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DeafDigest Sports – February 2, 2017

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

 

— basketball updates

— Gallaudet basketball updates

— Gallaudet football recruit

— wrestling updates

— Mason-Dixon girls basketball honors

— Rhode Island boys’ first win of season

Deaf Sports Collections update
– Gallaudet football NCAA-I recruits
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

Basketball won-lost records, as of 2/02/17
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/gallaudet-football-recruit/

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2017 Mason Dixon Trophy Winners
5th Place Trophy                               Louisiana War Eagles        
 4th Place Trophy                            Alabama Silent Warriors
3rd Place Trophy                             Tennessee Vikings
 2nd Place Trophy & Medals          Florida Dragons 
1st Place Trophy & Medals            Mississippi Bulldogs

Most Valuable Player Award        Kylisha Cathey – MissSD
Free Throw Champion                  Sydney Rednour – TennSD
3-Point Champion                         Krishawn Keasley – LaSD
All-Tournament Team                   Separate Sheet
Sportsmanship Trophy                 Virginia Cardinals

2017 Mason Dixon All-Tournament Team
Shadeedra Hubbard                    Mississippi
Kylisha Cathey                              Mississippi
Megan Lockner                            Florida
Destinee Harper                          Florida
Krishawn Keasley                         Louisiana
Cathleen Demovey                      Alabama
Amber Holmes                             Tennessee
Martha Evans                                North Carolina
Chynah Johnson                           Georgia
Zoe Andrews                                 Kentucky
Haley Futral                                   North Carolina
Tinija Mosley                                 Virginia
Zariah Clay                                     Georgia
Yudibel Gonzalez                           Eastern North Carolina
Kristen Latham                                   Alabama
 Abriana Norris                                   Kentucky

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Late rally propels Gallaudet to victory over Penn St.-Abington on the road

ABINGTON, Pa. – Momentum had slipped away from Gallaudet University in the
second half of Wednesday night’s North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC)
men’s basketball game at Penn St.-Abington. The visiting Bison needed a
spark to get them back on track as they had lost the lead to the Nittany
Lions. GU rallied to defeat Penn St.-Abington by three, 65-62.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mbkb/2016-17/releases/recap_psa2

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

Hot shooting not enough for Gallaudet on the road against Penn St.-Abington

ABINGTON, Pa. – The Gallaudet University women’s basketball team could not
get by Penn St.-Abington here Wednesday night as they fell to the Nittany
Lions 84-69 in a North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) contest.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wbkb/2016-17/releases/recap_psa2

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Gallaudet football

I’m Darrion Green: Gallaudet University, You Have My Word

Despite holding D1 offers, I’ve decided to go a different path. After my
official visit to Gallaudet University, I knew. They have such access with
total communication and a great Pre-Med program. Everyone made me feel
welcome and like family. I belong there.

full story at:
https://campusinsiders.com/news/darrion-green-gallaudet-university-commits-01-31-2017/

editor’s note:
He pretty much was written up in local newspapers several times in the
past.

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Arkansas basketball

Arkansas School for the Deaf VS Kansas 1/27/17 AT Oklahoma Robin Games

ASD Ladies Leopards lost to Kansas – 32 to 40
Sara Dobbs – 12 Points
Mikka Coburn – 8 Points
Jewel Brandon – 8 Points
Cieara Williams – 2 Points
Alerys Henriquez – 2 Points

ASD Men Leopards lost to Kansas – 28 to 60
Henry James III – 11 Points
Shaq’ke Robinson – 6 Points
Jamarian Sission – 4 Points
Stephen Cathcart – 3 Points
David Merriman – 2 Points
Ethan Pompeo – 2 Points

ASD VS Missouri 1/28/17 AT Oklahoma

ASD Ladies Leopards beat to Missouri – 44 to 23
Mikka Coburn – 14 Points
Sara Dobbs – 12 Points
Cieara Williams – 6 Points
Alerys Henriquez -6 Points
Karana Owens – 4 Points
Jewel Brandon – 2 Points

ASD Men Leopards Lost to  Missouri – 32 to 33
Shaq’ke Robinson – 15 Points
Henry James III – 9 Points
Stephen Cathcart – 3 Points
Ethan Pompeo – 5 Points

ASD VS Oklahoma 1/28/17 AT Oklahoma Homecoming

ASD Ladies Leopards Beat Oklahoma – 30 to 22
Cieara Williams – 11 Points
Mikka Coburn – 10 Points
Sara Dobbs – 5 Points
Jewel Brandon – 4 Points

ASD Men Leopards Beat Oklahoma  – 31 to 21
Henry James III – 11 Points
Stephen Cathcart – 10 Points
Shaq’ke Robinson – 3 Points
Ethan Pompeo – 3 Points
Hammad Khan – 2 Points
Donnell Robinson – 1 Point

Arkansas School for the Deaf VS New Life Christian 1/30/17 at ASD

ASD Ladies Leopards Lost to New Life Christian – 37 to 47
Mikka Coburn – 24 Points
Sara Dobbs – 6 Points
Cieara Williams – 4 Points
Jewel Brandon – 3 Points

ASD Men Leopards Beat New Life Christian  – 42 to 34
Henry James III – 18 Points
Shaq’ke Robinson – 14 Points
Stephen Cathcart – 9 Points
Ethan Pompeo – 3 Points

Arkansas School for the Def VS Arkansas Christian Academy 1/31/17 (Final Regular Season)

JRV Girls lost to ACA – 0 to 23

JRV Boys lost to ACA – 8 to 39

ASD Ladies Leopards Beat ACA – 40 to 37
Mikka Coburn – 16 Points
Jewel Brandon – 10 Points
Alerys Henriquez – 7 Points
Sara Dobbs – 4 Points
Cieara Williams – 3 Points

ASD Men Leopards Lost to ACA – 22 to 63
Henry James III – 11 Points
David Merriman – 4 Points
Jamarian Sission – 3 Points
Shaq’ke Robinson – 2 Points
Stephen Cathcart – 2 Points

NEXT GAMES:

AACS JRV Boys and Girls  STATE Tournament  – 2/3/17

27th Annual GPSD Basketball Tournament and Cheerleading Competition at ASD February 9 to 11, 2017

Win

Lost

ASD Junior Varsity Girls Record

0

8

ASD Junior Varsity Boys Record

0

13

ASD Varsity Ladies Leopards Record

11

6

ASD Varsity Men Leopards Record

5

17

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Colorado girls’ basketball

Csdb girls lost to Miami Yoder by a score of 72-17 last Tuesday.
Yea my biggest blowout of the season.  Will play pikes peak Christian
tonight and thorncreek Christian tomorrow night with only five players

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Eastern North Carolina basketball

ENCSD bball boys won agianst Hawilia 68-67 with overtime.  11-3

 No bball game for girls.

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Florida boys’ basketball

Always the highlight of our season, we travelled to Louisiana for the 65th
annual Boys Masson Dixon Basketball Tournament.  We came out in 3rd place. 
The boys had a great time playing ball and meeting new friends.  I’m proud
to say that each of our 11
players had decent playing time in all 4 of our games.  Other schools’
coaches kept telling me that they were impressed with our depth.  The
tournament was the last hurrah for our Seniors- Alan Horvath, Anthony
Wallace, Zak Williams, and manager Ivan
MacPeek.

Game 1: vs Kentucky. Won 62-35.
In this game, we took the lead immediately and never relinquished it.  Our
starters played minimal minutes in this one.  Enow Otto had a monster game
with 16 points and 12 rebounds.  Oh, did I mention that he’s an 8th grader
playing in his first ever
Mason Dixon game?  Yahir Rodriguez hit 3 3-pointers and ended up with 12
points.  Cody Newsome contributed 11 rebounds.

Game 2: vs North Carolina. Won 52-32.
This was a different game.  We found ourselves shellshocked and trailing
at the end of the 1st qtr 9-17.  They had a player on fire from beyond the
arc.  We regained our composure and put together a strong 2nd quarter to
outscore them 23-4.  In the 3rd
quarter we were lackadasical (8-11) before finishing strong in the 4th by
holding them scoreless (12-0) to put the game away.  10 of the 11 players
who dressed scored in this game!  Wallace Burrell led the way with 11
points and 12 rebounds.

Game 3: vs Alabama. Lost 35-49.
We kept the game close in the 1st half trailing by only 5 at halftime
13-18.  We just couldnt go on a long run to answer several of Alabama’s
mini-runs.  We did not play well on offense.  Alabama has a great defense
and against that kind of team, we must
capitalize on opportunities when we have the numbers advantage in
transition.  We didnt.  We committed way too many unforced errors.  We
also only shot 32% from the charity stripe.

Game 4: vs South Carolina. Won 76-21. Finished in 3rd place.
After a back-n-forth game in the beginning, we pulled away and encountered
very little resistance.  We tried to emphasize the inside game and to take
advantage of our size and the boys reponded very well!  Zak Williams had
our season high this year with
7 assists.  Alan Horvath scored 16 points, Yahir scored 13, and Wallace
scored 11.  Anthony Wallace contributed 11 rebounds along with 3 steals.

Misc Info:  Anthony Wallace and Yahir Rodriguez were selected as
All-Tournament players.  Yahir represented us in the Free Throw contest
and sank 19/25 to place in a tie for 2nd place.  Anthony participated in
the 3-pt contest and sank 5/12 to finish in
a tie for 4th place.

Season record: 9-13

Next game: NONE. Season is over.

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Georgia basketball

GIRLS:
GSD – 42…JOHNSON – 38, CLAY – 4
ADAIRSVILLE HIGH – 62

GSD – 40…CLAY – 17,JOHNSON – 15, HALL – 6, PHILLIPS – 2
ATLANTA JEWISH ACADEMY – 19

MASON – DIXON TOURNAMENT
GSD – 36…JOHNSON – 38,CLAY – 6,REYNOLDS – 2
FSDB – 50

GSD – 35…HALL – 10, JOHNSON – 9,REYNOLDS – 9, CLAY – 7
ENCSD – 22

GSD – 37…JOHNSON – 17, CLAY – 14, HALL – 4, PHILLIPS – 2
ASD – 38

GSD – 58…JOHNSON 47, HALL – 4,CLAY – 4, DePRINCE – 2, McINTOSH – 1
JACKSONVILLE CHRISTIAN – 68

GIRLS RECORD : 9-9-0

NEXT GAME THURSDAY 2/2/17 VS GAYLESVILLE HIGH

BOYS:
GSD – 54…DAVIS – 15,BROWN – 15, MILES – 10, WINDHOM – 6,PANTOJA – 4, ROYAL – 4
MORRIS INNOVATIVE – 49

GSD – 60…BROWN – 27, DAVIS – 15,WINDHOM – 8, ROYAL – 5, MILES -4
MORRIS INNOVATIVE – 37

GSD – 34…BROWN – 16, MILES – 6, ROYAL – 3,WINDHOM -3, PANTOJA – 2, DAVIS -2
ATLANTA JEWISH ACADEMY – 66

MASON DIXON TOURNAMENT
GSD – 41…BROWN – 25, DAVIS – 15, WINDHOM – 1
VSDB – 36

GSD – 44… BROWN – 28,DAVIS – 10,WINDHOM – 4, MILES – 2
ASD – 75

GSD – 43…BROWN – 19, DAVIS – 8, WINDHOM – 6, PANTOJA – 4, ROYAL – 4, MILES – 2
KSD – 26

GSD – 44… BROWN – 28, DAVIS – 9, WINDHOM – 5, MILES – 1, ROYAL – 1
LSD – 54

GSD – 59…BROWN – 51, MILES – 8
JACKSONVILLE CHRISTIAN – 84

BOYS RECORD .. 4-16-0
NEXT GAME THURSDAY 2/2/17 VS GAYLESVILLE HIGH

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Iowa boys’ basketball

ISD 37  ALHS 45

0-16

Regular season is done, only the GPSD tournament awaits.

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Iowa girls’ basketball

Lost to Abraham Lincoln 44-14
Record 0-16
Next game 2/9 vs Kansas at GPSD Tournament

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Kansas girls’ basketball

Kansas School for the Deaf, HS girls basketball team results since 5 games

Jan 26, 2017
KSD play vs Hyman Brand
We lost 42-47.
Overall record is 8-4

Jan 27, 2017
KSD play vs Arkansas School for the Deaf
We won, 40-32.
Overall record is 9-4

Jan 28, 2017
KSD play vs Oklahoma School for the Deaf
We lost 31-36.
Overall record is 9-5

KSD play vs Missouri School for the Deaf
We won 49-27.
Overall record is 10-5

Jan 31, 2017
KSD play vs Olathe Park and Rec
We won 28-13.
Now, it is overall record is 11-5

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Lexington Blue Jays Wrestling

January 27, 2017, Friday. 4:00 pm

Super Quad-Dual Matches:  Storm King (Cornwall NY), Blair “B” (Blairstown
New Jersey) and Phelps (Philadelphia PA) @ Storm King

* Blair “B”, NJ – 36*
*Lexington School for the Deaf, NY – 6*

Without forfeit we lost  6-54

128-   K. Sement (Blair) defeats J. Obando (Lex) (Fall 1:19)
134 – J. Gobencion (Blair) defeats F. Cardona (Lex) (Fall :18)
140 – S. Czajo (Blair) defeats S. Patel (Lex) (Fall 3:44)
147 – X. Pesqueria (Blair) defeats F. Sankanu (Lex) (Fall :27)
154 – T. Williams (Blair) defeats E. Martinez (Lex) (Fall :27)
162 – R. Mukhailov (Lex) defeats D. Tiwari (Blair) (Injury default)
184 – E. Anthony (Blair) defeats J.C.Diaz (Lex) (Fall 3:10)

*Lexington School for the Deaf,  NY – 30*
*Salesian High School, NY – 33*

Without forfeit we won 30-9

128-   J. Obando (Lex) defeats Caputo (Storm King) (Fall :57)
134 – S. Zucker (Storm King) defeats  F. Cardona (Lex) (Fall 3:39)
140 – S. Patel (Lex) defeats Flippo (Storm King) (Fall 1:00)
147 – H. Allemen  (Storm King) defeats F. Sankanu (Lex) (lost by decision
7-8)
154 -E. Martinez (Lex) defeats A. Gillespie (Storm King) (Fall 2:55)
162 – R. Mukhailov (Lex) defeats M. Akbaba (Storm King) (Fall :51)                                                                                                                        
172 – J.C.Diaz (Lex) defeats M. Katz (Storm King) (Fall 1:34)

*Lexington School for the Deaf,  NY – 36*
*Phelps High School, PA – 6*

Without forfeit we won 36-6

128-   J. Obando (Lex) defeats (Phelps) (Forfeit)
134 – F. Cardona (Lex) defeats (Phelps) (Forfeit)
147 – F. Sankanu (Lex) defeats (Phelps) (Forfeit)
154 – S. Patel (Lex) defeats A. Hope (Phelps) (Fall 2:35)
162 – R. Mukhailov (Lex) defeats  J. El-Amin (Phelps) (Fall :17)                                                                                                                                            
184 – J.C.Diaz (Lex) defeats D. Alessi (Phelps) (Fall :51)

January 31, 2017, Tuesday. 4:00 pm

Tri-Dual Match Martin Luther, NY and Queens Complex High School, NY @
Martin Luther

*Queen Complex, NY – 33*
*Lexington School for the Deaf, NY – 30*

Without forfeit we won 12-3

128-   S. Zgaljardic (Queens Complex) defeats J. Obando (Lex) (lost by
decision 4-8)
147 – F. Sankanu (Lex) defeats G. Best (Queens Complex) (Fall :55)
154 – S. Patel (Lex) defeats (Queens Complex) (Forfeit)
162 – E. Martinez (Lex) defeats (Queens Complex) (Forfeit)
172 – R. Mukhailov (Lex) defeats (Queens Complex) (Forfeit)                                                                                                                                           
184 – J.C.Diaz (Lex) defeats E. Molias (Queens Complex) (Fall 3:23)

*Martin Luther, NY – 26*
*Lexington School for the Deaf, NY – 12*

Without forfeit we lost 0-14

134-   J. Obando (Lex) defeats  (Martin Luther) (Forfeit)
147 – N. Urzia (Martin Luther) defeats F. Sankanu (Lex) (lost by decision
3-12)
154 – D. Cales (Martin Luther) defeats S. Patel (Lex) (Fall :26)
162 – J. Tabala (M<artin Luther defeats R. Mukhailov (Lex)  (lost by
decision 5-13)                                                                                                                                            
184 – J.C.Diaz (Lex) defeats (Martin Luther) (Forfeit)

Next game possible away to Storm King on February 8th and Our last home
game on February 9th Horace Mann.  Please come and support our last home
game>

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Marie Philip boys’ basketball

MPS 64 Waldorf 44

At Waldorf High School, this gym reminded me playing at Austine School for
the Deaf, Brattleboro, VT. A very small gym with narrow baselines and
sidelines. Adjusted backcourt was affected at this game but MPS managed
well to pull off a big victory over Waldorf 64-44. MPS got off a real good
start and never looked back with lead 39-19 in halftime. Lot of subs to
play at this game and we came up with good scoring.

Dylan Christoffels led the team in most categories with 23 points, 10
rebounds and 5 assists/steals while Kacey Monahan with 14 and 12 rebounds.
Bryce Callahan, senior came back with previous injury, added 10 points and
8 rebounds.

Next game is today against Brimmer & May II at 430pm at MPS.

Record is 12-1

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Model girls’ basketball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Monday, January 30, 2017 at 6:00 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 36

Berman Hebrew Academy : 45

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Model boys’ basketball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Tuesday, January 31, 2017 at 6:30 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 53

Sandy Spring Friends School: 71

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Monday, January 30, 2017 at 7:30 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 45

Berman Hebrew Academy : 47

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Model wrestling

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Wrestling

Wrestling

Date: Tuesday, January 31, 2017 at 5:00 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 36

St. Stephen’s and St. Agnes Sc: 39

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Wrestling

Wrestling

Date: Tuesday, January 31, 2017 at 5:00 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 9

Thomas Edison HS of Technology: 63

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Phoenix Deaf School Basketball Results

Varsity Girls Basketball

Phoenix Deaf School vs. Hayden – L, 32 – 59

Record: 13 – 7

Varsity Boys Basketball

Phoenix Deaf School vs. Hayden – L, 32 – 61

Record: 2 – 19

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Rhode Island boys’ basketball

The struggle is finally over — Rhode Island School for the Deaf boys’
basketball was finally able to earn their first victory of the 2016-17
season in their eighteenth game of the season! We played host to Governor
Baxter School for the Deaf and despite only dressing five players, our
Roosters came ready to play today. RISD jumped out to a huge 20-0 lead
thanks to fast break baskets before GBSD was finally able to get their
first basket of the game. From there, our coaches decided to control the
game and try to distribute the ball so that everybody had a chance to make
some plays on their own. We had a 28-6 lead at halftime and cruised
through
the second half en route to a 36-11 victory. Here’s to hoping that we can
turn that first win into a winning streak tomorrow when we travel to play
against Fanwood!

GBSD -   6    5  – 11
RISD -   28   8   – 36

*GBSD*
Alister – 6 Points
Karmar – 3 Points
Kailey – 2 Points

*RISD*
Ariel Gonzalez – SR – 13 Points
Jayden Elias – 8th – 13 Points
Juan Fernandez – SO – 6 Points
Timothy Jallah – FR – 2 Points
Nande Ramos-Montero – 7th – 2 Points

*RISD Boys Basketball Record:* 1-17 (0-11 CPL)
*Next Game:* Thursday, February 2nd @ NYSD-Fanwood (5:00 P.M.)

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Rochester girls’ basketball

The wildcats played host to Cornerstone last Thursday.  We had a hard time
getting going and fell behind early.  Courtney Gentzke scored 12 of our 19
points and added 10 steals in the loss.  Cah’ryn Moquette has steadily
improved her play and grabbed 11 rebounds

Final Score 19-30

Yesterday we took on a new team for us, New Life Christian.  We knew we
were outsized as soon as they entered the gym.  They had several girls
over
5’8″ and were able to own inside the paint against us.  We struggled to
get
any inside shots and suffered another defeat, 16-49.  Courtney Gentzke
again led the way for us with 12 points and 6 steals and Cah’ryn, playing
only half the game, had 7 rebounds.
Final score 16-39

Record 3-10

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Texas wrestling

In front of a great crowd honoring wrestling seniors last night, we
wrestled against UIL schools, Winston Churchill (San Antonio) and Dripping
Springs.

Texas defeated Churchill, 45-20 and lost to Dripping Springs, 48-30.  TSD
record, 11-1.  Next up is State!

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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

WPSD 23 – Robinson Township Christian Academy 8

Records
9 won and 10 Lost

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