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DeafDigest Sports – December 10, 2017

Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

— updated scores of  four basketball classics/tip offs

— other basketball scores

— a deaf soccer referee

— Gallaudet updates

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— two unusual football scores against same school
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/deaf-referee-in-soccer/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 12/10/17)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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21st Annual NJSD Tip Off Basketball Tournament Results

Girls Results
1st     Delaware
2nd    New Jersey
3rd     Rochester
4th     Rhode Island

Sportsmanship Award Winner
Rhode Island

All Tournament Team
Carolyn Russell – DSD
JJ Bratton – DSD
De’Avian Watson – NJSD
Alexis Holland – NJSD
Emma Kane – RSD
Yasmin Sicaju – RISD

Boys Results
1st     New Jersey
2nd     Rochester
3rd     Rhode Island
4th     Delaware

Sportsmanship Award Winner
Delaware

All Tournament Team
Chris Brown – NJSD
Naim Webb – NJSD
Bode Aggas – RSD
Levi Ruper – RSD
Juan Fernandez – RISD
Dominic Hecker – DSD

Game Results
Friday December 8th

New Jersey vs Rhode Island girls
New Jersey won 21 to 5

Rochester vs Delaware boys
Rochester won 36 to 30

Rochester vs Delaware girls
Delaware won 40 to 22

New Jersey vs Rhode Island boys
New Jersey won 26 – 19

Saturday December 9th
Rhode Island vs  Rochester girls
Rochester won 25 – 15

Delaware vs Rhode Island boys
Rhode Island won 40 – 16

New Jersey vs Delaware girls
Delaware won 42 – 14

Rochester vs New Jersey boys
New Jersey won 61 – 42

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Here is the result of the Oklahoma School for the Deaf Indian Classic this
past weekend.

Friday:
Girls Games

Oklahoma 10 Texas 48
Texas 52 Arkansas 14
Oklahoma 40 Louisiana 6

Boys Games
Oklahoma 32 Texas 68
Texas 59 Arkansas 26
Oklahoma 48 Louisiana 44

Saturday:
Girls Games
Arkansas 37 Louisiana 16
Louisiana 2 Texas 59
Arkansas 42 Oklahoma 33

Boys Games
Arkansas 41 Louisiana 18
Louisiana 26 Texas 69
Arkansas 50 Oklahoma 54

Girls:
Texas 3-0
Arkansas 2-1
Oklahoma 1-2
Louisiana 0-3

Boys:
Texas 3-0
Oklahoma 2-1
Louisiana 0-3

Free Throw Contest

Girls- Texas
Boys- Texas

3PTS Contest

Girls- Texas
Boys-   Texas and Oklahoma tied. Sudden Death on 1 spot TEXAS won

SPORTSMANSHIP- Louisiana Boys/Girls

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Hackney Classic

*Saturday, December 9*

*Girls*

Mississippi 46  Florida 38
Florida 32  Alabama 24

Maryland 2 – 0
Mississippi 2 – 1
Florida 1 – 2
Alabama 0 – 3

*Boys*

Maryland 57  Alabama 29
Mississippi 55  Florida 50
Alabama 46  Florida 31

Maryland 3 – 0
Mississippi 2 – 1
Alabama 1 – 2
Florida  0 – 3

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Western Pennsylvania Homecoming Weekend tip off

GAME #5  girls

PSD    7    14    11    0    32

OHIO  5    2        2   13   22

PSD – Yasmean Evans – 15; Mecca Scott – 8; Gia DiGiacomo – 6; Sarah
Mitchell – 2; and Trinity Rios – 1

OHIO – Nicole Greene – 14; Sabina Bajgai – 6; and Mierra Robinson – 2

GAME #6 girls

WPSD   10   10   6   7   33

KSD       11   9    1     7  28

WPSD – Cheyenne Sloan – 10; Danielle Fisher – 9; Ryane Smalley – 6; and
Olivia Larson and Cassie Friday – 4 each

KENTUCKY – Hailey Kircher – 12; Keaura Davis – 9; Adrianna Norris – 6; and
Zhirtain Warmack – 1

GAME #7 boys

WPSD   23   12   10   7   52

KSD       11     2     7   7   27

WPSD – Chad D’Amore – 14; David Harclerode – 11; Antoine Hunter – 6; Kyle
D’Amore, Justin Warke, Kyle Keracher, and Brandon Gomez – 4 each; Montae
Jackson – 3; and Braden Elliott – 2

KENTUCKY – Aaron Howard – 15; Richard Ward – 7; Payne Yance – 3; and Caleb
Vickery – 2

GAME #8 boys

PSD    16   10   10   8   44

OHIO   6      7    6    9   28

PSD – Nasir Ford – 17; Jacob Cross – 10; Hazim Haroun and Aquil Roane – 8
each; and Darnell Godblot – 1

OHIO – Zach Collins and Kayden William – 10 each; Joey Mendis and DOnald
Preston – 3 each; and Darrell Taylor – 2

GAME #9 girls

OHIO    4     8    12    8     32

KSD      4     1     5     11    21

OHIO – Nicole Greene – 16; SabinaBajgai – 12; and Mierra Robinson – 4

KENTUCKY – Keaura Davis – 12; Haylie Kircher – 5; and Abriana Norris – 4

GAME #10   girls

WPSD   16   10    5   9   40

PSD       12     4   16   2  34

WPSD – Olivia Larson – 15; Danielle Fisher – 12; Cheyenne Sloan and Ryane
Smalley – 4 each; Destiny Tanner – 3; and Cassie Friday – 2

PSD – Yasmean Evans – 21;Mecca Scott – 6; Sarah Mitchell – 3; and Trinity
Rios and Gia DiGiacomo – 2 each

GAME #11   boys

OHIO    15   12   14   11    52

KSD        4      6    11     3    24

OHIO – Zack Collins – 23; Joey Mendis – 9; Donald Preston – 6; Amin Ali
and Alex Brown – 4 each; and Hunter Davis, Kayden Williams, and Darrell
Taylor – 2 each

KSD – Aaron Howard – 12; Richard Ward – 7; Cameron Miller – 3; and Jordan
Dorn – 2

GAME #12  boys

WPSD   9   12   10   6   37

PSD      7    11   16   6   40

WPSD – Chad D’Amore – 17; Justin Warke and David Harclerode – 8 each; and
Kyle Keracher – 4

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Gallaudet men’s swimming

Sealts shatters 200-yard backstroke school record in NEAC double-dual meet at Cazenovia
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mswimdive/2017-18/releases/recap_cazcobleskill

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Gallaudet women’s swimming

Gallaudet splits NEAC double-dual meet at Cazenovia
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wswimdive/2017-18/releases/recap_cazcobleskill

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

Second-half comeback spurs Gallaudet to victory
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wbkb/2017-18/releases/recap_bac

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Bison edged out on the road at Bryn Athyn, 76-70
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mbkb/2017-18/releases/recap_bac

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Gallaudet baseball

Curtis J. Pride named Head Coach of the LS Warriors National Amputee
Baseball Team.  @CurtisPride is a former 11-year @MLB player now in his
9th year as head baseball coach @GallaudetU. He is also MLB’s Ambassador
For Inclusion.

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Fremont girls’ basketball

2nd Annual CSD Classic Tournament

Dec 8

Fremont Christian 27
CSD 49

Dec 9

Emery 36
CSD 42

With the championship, CSD’s record is now 5-3 with a 4-game winning streak.

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Fremont Classic

CSD Classic turned out awesome!  We welcomed 14 teams from 12 different
schools to Fremont where the games were very contested as eight games
ended up within 10 points or less and both Championship games went down
the wire.  Congratulations to Boys Champion, San Francisco Waldorf and
Girls Champion, CSD!

Below and attached are the tournament results.  We are already looking
forward to next year!

December 6-9, 2017 – Second Annual CSD Classic

Girls Results
Champion – CSD
Runner Up – Emery
3rd Place – Capuchino
3rd Place – Fremont Christian
5th Place – Overfelt
6th Place – Averroes

Boys Results
Champion – San Francisco Waldorf
Runner Up – Athenian
3rd Place – Drew School
4th Place – Impact Academy
5th Place – Leadership Hayward
6th Place – CSD
7th Place – Valley Christian Dublin
8th Place – Averroes

Girls Results
#32 Zainab Adam – FR, Averroes
#24 Joyce Jusay – SR, Overfelt
#32 Brc Tomson – SR, Fremont Christian
#2 April Tuason – FR, Capuchino
#4 Tahaira Mason – SR, Emery
#23 Stephanie Okawi – SO, Emery
#2 Jada Dawson – JR, CSD
#11 Jade Dawson – JR, CSD
MVP – #5 Malia Zornoza – JR, CSD

Boys All Tournament
#11 Shamil Magomedor – JR, Averroes
#5 Mitchell Friesen – JR, Valley Christian Dublin
#4 Tyler Harmount – SR, CSD
#23 Noah Fajarda – SR, Leadership Hayward
#0 Raymond Razon – FR, Impact Academy
#35 Tyler Yin – JR, Drew School
#12 Chika Amambgo – JR, Athenian
#3 Gabe Schwartz – SO, Athenian
#15 Orpheu Hanwright – JR, San Francisco Waldorf
#34 Kabir Karwal – SR, San Francisco Waldorf
MVP – #14 Simon Molesworth – SO, San Francisco Waldorf

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

Kentucky School for the Deaf vs Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf
in Pittsburgh, PA.

KSD – 11 2 7 7- 27
WPSD – 23 12 10 7- 52

KSD (0-7) Howard 15, Yance 3, Ward 7, Vickery 2.

WPSD- K. DяяAmore 4, C. DяяAmore 14, Warke 4, Keracher 4, Gomez 4,
Hunter 6, Elliott 2, Jackson 3, Harclerde 11.

KSD opened the game with a 6-2 lead which is unusual. Then turnovers came
back and haunt KSD once again. Also KSD didnяяt rebound at all. WSPD ran
up with 13 offense rebounds that helped them score inside as WPSD ran away
to a 23-11 after opening quarter. KSD just couldnяяt keep up with
everything. KSD has a total of 12 rebounds, all defensive.

Richard Ward- career high 7 points, 4 rebounds, two steals and a three
pointer (First varsity 3яяs)

Caleb Vickery, a seventh grader, scored in second straight game.

Next game- December 9th, 2017 vs Ohio School for the Deaf in Pittsburgh,
PA.

Kentucky School for the Deaf vs Ohio School for the Deaf in Pittsburgh,
PA.

KSD – 4 6 11 3- 24
OSD – 15 12 14 11- 52

KSD (0-8) -Howard 12, Ward 7, Miller 3, Dorn 2.

OSD – Collins 23, Taylor 2, Davis 2, Preston 6, Mendis 9, Ali 4, Williams
2, Brown 4.

KSD was not able to match up with OSDÿÿs physical and speed.

Jordan Dorn, Aaron Howard and Cameron Miller- two steals each while Howard
also has two blocks.

Next game- December 12th, 2017 at Frankfort Academy.

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Maryland boys’ basketball

December 9, 2017

Hackney Classic @ Alabama School for the Deaf
(Talladega, AL)

Maryland School for the Deaf @ Alabama School for the Deaf

              1     2      3     4    =  Total
MSD -  16   14    22     5    =   57
ASD  -  12     2     8      7    =   29

Halftime -  MSD led 30-14
MSD ORIOLES

Jaden Joseph – 3 points, 6 assists, 7 steals, 4 rebounds
John Werner, Jr. – 10 points, 7 assists, 3 rebounds
Rory Lewis – 18 points
Esteban Kovacs – 8 points, 5 assists, 4 rebounds
Miguel Pavao – 7 points, 3 rebounds
Stefan Anderson – 6 points, 7 rebounds
Ethan Sheppeck – 5 points

Team Total FG:  22
Team Total 3FG:  10 (Lewis 6, Kovacs 2, Sheppeck, Werner, Jr.)
Team Total FT:  3-6

ALABAMA SILENT WARRIORS

Jacob Darda – 2 points
Ke’Tiez Holman – 4 points
Marc Wallace – 2 points
Cory McKinnie – 16 points
Jaquan Rankins – 4 points
Keith Williams – 1 point

Team Total FG:  13
Team Total 3FG:  0
Team Total FT:  3-6

Record: 5-0

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Mississippi girls’ basketball

Varsity Girls Basketball

At Hackney Classic

Mississippi School f/t Deaf 48
Florida School f/t Deaf 26

MSD
1st quarter 16
2nd quarter 31
3rd quarter 41
4th quarter 48

MSD points
Korienea Guy 18 points
Alexis Roberts 12 points
Nilah Orey 10 points
Tamera Grant 4
Raegan Hendrix 4 points

Record: 8-1
Next Game 12/12 Louisiana School f/t Deaf at MSD

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Ohio Basketball

At Western Pennsylvania
12/9/17
Pennsylvania Girls 32 OSD 22
Pennsylvania Boys 44 OSD 28

OSD Girls 32 Kentucky 20
OSD Boys 52 Kentucky 24

Girls: 3-3
Boys: 3-3

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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

WPSD 40 – PSD 34

Record
4 won – 0 lost

Points
Olivia Larson – 15
Danielle Fisher – 12

WPSD 33 – KSD 28

Record
3 – 0

Points
Danielle Fisher – 9
Cheyenne Sloan – 8
Cassie Friday – 6
Ryane Smalley – 6

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a deaf referee in soccer

HEARING-IMPAIRED REFEREE BREAKING BARRIERS

Kirst has been a referee for 14 years. For the Colorado native, the main
obstacle and the questions he gets are always the same: can he prove to
coaches and teams that he is capable of his job despite his lack of
hearing? The answer to both is a resounding yes.

full story at:
https://www.ussoccer.com/stories/2017/12/09/20/11/20171209-feat-hearing-impaired-referee-breaking-barriers
 

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