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Dec
21

2017/12/21

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DeafDigest Sports – December 21, 2017

barry@deafdigest.com; barry.strassler@gmail.com

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

— basketball scores

— Helmet Bowl update

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— NFL quarterback with 100 percent passing average
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.net/main/still-surviving-in-helmet-bowl/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 12/21/17)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Helmet Bowl update

Gallaudet’s football helmet advances to quarterfinal round of first-ever
Helmet Bowl National Championship

WASHINGTON – All fall semester fans of Gallaudet University athletics had
been asked on social media to go and vote for the Bison football helmet in
the first Helmet Bowl National Championship. Thanks to Gallaudet’s strong
national and international following the Bison helmet has now advanced to
the quarterfinal round of the bracket. The Bison are one win away from
reaching the semifinals of the national tournament to find the best helmet
in the country.

Gallaudet’s helmet won its conference (Eastern Collegiate Football
Conference) and was seeded fourth in the East Region. In the first round,
Gallaudet dispatched No. 13 seed Cheyney Wolves (65 percent to 35
percent). In the second round, Gallaudet took down No. 6 seed The Ohio
State University Buckeyes in a huge way 63 percent to 37 percent. The
Bison helmet went up against its toughest opponent, thus far, in No. 8
seed Colgate University Raiders. The week-long voting period, which closes
every Tuesday at 1 p.m. (EST), saw Gallaudet down early (61 percent to 30
percent) before GU came back to take a brief lead before the Raiders
regained the lead. In the final two hours, Gallaudet added over 200 votes
to win (51 percent to 49 percent). The Bison had garnered 2,040 votes to
1,926 for the Raiders.

This week (Dec. 19-Dec. 26) the Bison will face the United States Military
Academy West Point (a.k.a. Army) the No. 3 seed in the East Region.

Gallaudet is the last NCAA Division III program among the final eight
teams in the Helmet Bowl National Championship. To help the Bison advance
they have partnered with the last remaining NAIA program in the College of
Idaho Coyotes, the No. 8 seed in the West Region. The Coyotes are going up
against the San Diego State Aztecs the No. 3 seed in the West Region.

The two fanbases are encouraged to vote for each other each week. The only
way Gallaudet and College of Idaho would face each other would be in the
final.

Fans can vote daily from all of their devices here:
http://helmettracker.comnational-championship

note:
Gallaudet is competing with College of Idaho against the mighty Army!

And speaking of Cheyney University that Gallaudet defeated in the
Helmet Bowl first round, this university announced last week they
were dropping football. Gallaudet defeated Cheyney 10-6, for the
only win in the Dirty Thirty season in 1970.

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American basketball

The Varsity Girls Basketball team lost 19-40 to Fishers Island School in a
very physical game between the two schools. ASD struggled with fouls and
playing with just five players through the game. Craichelle Morrison led
the team with 8 points and 6 rebounds while Oriana Foss contributed 6
points, Emily Pagan scored 5 points and grabbed 10 rebounds.

Team record drops to 6-3 heading into winter break.

American School Boys Basketball team overcame ice cold shooting at Fishers
Island and utilized a dominating third quarter to pull ahead for good in a
54-46 victory. Fishers Island School played with passion through the first
half staying even with the Tigers. ASD relied heavily on the “Twin Towers”
of Andrew Ray Taylor who contributed 17 points, 12 rebounds, 5 blocks and
Jarmal Puryear who scored 16 points and 10 rebounds. Dylan Mallach
contributed an efficient 10 points.

 Team record is 6-0 heading into winter break.

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Delaware Basketball

DSD vs. NJSD
DSD girls 48  NJSD 18
Record 4-2

DSD boys 28  MJSD 50
Record 0-6

Happy Holidays!

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Florida girls’ basketball

What a game at First Coast Christian. We played with only 7 players, our
starting player Lourdine couldn’t play, injured her ankle from day
before game. As the game processed, late 1st quarter our point guard
Olivia Brown sprained her ankle.
Fortunately, she was able to return to the game close to halftime. We held
high in first half then let it slide, 15 points behind entering 4th
quarter. We rallied but fell 7 points behind. Our girls gave their heart
and played really hard. The final
score was 36-43.

Points:
Olivia Brown 18
Ja’Myra Harris 12
Shylah Thomas 3
Keliah Williams 3

Record
3-9

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Marie Philip boys’ basketball

ast night game:  CCA 49 MPS 42 (Boys Varsity BBall)

We didn’t receive a sweet victory and gift from CCA. We simply gave away
our possible win. We got off with a good start and then fall apart at the
end of game. With foul troubling by our player and had to sat on the
bench. CCA came back with some nice scoring against us. We missed many
golden opportunity for an easy lay-up and jump shots in 4th quarter. That
was really cost to our game. We need to improve ourselves for next two
months.

Tonight game with Alumni at 630pm

Record 5-4; MBIL 2-2.

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Minnesota girls’ basketball

part of newspaper story – cannot link into a full story

The Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf girls basketball team has strung
together wins for the first time this season thanks to a commanding win
Wednesday

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Oregon boys’ basketball

part of newspaper story – cannot link into a full story

Falls City defeated Oregon School for the Deaf 66-22

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Riverside boys’ basketball

CSD-Riverside vs. CSD-Riverside Alumni

CSDR    = 72
CSDRAA   = 64

Record: 9-2

Next Game: January vs. MSSD (Clerc Classic)

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South Carolina girls’ basketball

SCSDB- 14
Whitmire- 59

0-7 record

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Washington basketball, as corrected

girls
WSD Lady Terriers
Record: 2-2 League: 0-1
12/5/17 – WSD 32 vs. OSD 22
12/7/17 – WSD 21 vs. Hudson’s Bay 14
12/12/17 – WSD 21 vs. Fort Vancouver 24
12/14/17 – WSD 16 @ Columbia Adventist Academy 52

boys
WSD Terriers
Record: 0-4 League: 0-1
12/5/17 – WSD 32 vs. OSD 39
12/7/17 – WSD 23 vs. Hudson’s Bay 40
12/12/17 – WSD 56 vs. King’s Way Christian 61
12/14/17 – WSD 30 @ Columbia Adventist Academy 76

 

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Dec
20

2017/12/20

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DeafDigest Sports – December 20, 2017

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

— basketball scores

— wrestling updates

— an important announcement

— Gallaudet wins Helmet Bowl round, moves on to next round

— 6’8 basketball player at deaf school

— professional lumberjack

— a deaf player in indoor football

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— football, shortlived teams at deaf schools
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/deaf-professional-lumberjack/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 12/20/17)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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an important announcement

at least four deaf schools were not able to send in their
recent basketball reports to deafigestsports

there is a glitch that is preventing deafdigestsports
from getting these basketball reports.

DeafDigestSports editor has been trying to fix the
glitch. Something to do with anti-spam filters.

In the meantime, please add barry.strassler@gmail.com
to your mailing list so that DeafDigest Sports can
continue to receive basketball reports from some schools.

Thank you for your attention to this announcement.

Again – barry.strassler@gmail.com  AND barry@deafdigest.com

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Gallaudet Helmet Bowl round win over Colgate

Gallaudet defeated Colgate, 51 percent to 49 percent of votes

next opponent is Army (US Military Academy)

go and vote for Gallaudet again!

Gallaudet is the only NCAA-III team; others are big time
football programs

vote for Gallaudet at:
http://helmettracker.com/national-championship/

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Florida boys’ basketball

Countryside Christian was kind enough to extend an invitation to our team
to participate in their holiday tournament.  We travelled to Gainesville
to take on Newberry Christian and the hosts.

We won both games and the team played very well.  Pretty much every one
had equal playing time and just about every one scored in both games. The
coaches challenged the team to play more unselfishly and to set your
teammates up for good looks.   The team
responded well to that challenge.  There were numerous pretty assists
throughout the day.

game1:
Dragons 58
Newberry Christian 42
Halftime score: FSDB 35-17 NC

Points: Samy Vital 8, Quintin Galpine 10, Enow Otto 8, Yahir Rodriguez 9,
Josiah Roberson 4, Kyle Prinzler 4, Walter Douglas 9, Luis Merced 2,
Darith Lopez 4.

game 2:
Dragons 65
Countryside Christian 40
Halftime score: FSDB 30-17 CC

Points: Samy Vital 4, Quintin Galpine 13, Enow Otto 7, Yahir Rodriguez 10,
Josiah Roberson, Kyle Prinzler 5, Walter Douglas 13, Luis Merced 11,
Darith Lopez 2.

Season record: 6-5

Next game: After the winter break, Away game on 1/9 at Oak Hall
(Gainesville). Tip off is at 6:30.  Girls also play at 5.

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Fremont boys’ basketball

12/12/17- Won vs Oakland Charter                          51 to 41
12/14/17- Won vs Making Waves Academy          53 to 22
12/16/17- Lost to CSD Riverside                                53 to 55
(OT)

Overall Record- 3-6 League Record- 1-0

Next game: Tuesday, December 19  VS Madison Academy

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Fremont girls’ basketball

Dec 16 – Battle of California

CSD 47
Riverside 24

At the half we were up 13-12

Dec 19

CSD 2
Madison Park Academy 0

Forfeit due to suspensions and sickness by MPA.

Record going into winter break: 9-3 with 8 game winning streak

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Fremont sports

Riverside was a great host for the Battle of California last weekend and
our student-athletes enjoyed themselves so much.  We head into the finals
week where our students will be studying hard but we do have an exciting
Alumni game on Wednesday evening!  CSDAA is looking for more female
alumni/staff on their roster so if you’re interested please email
CSDEagleAlumni@gmail.com<mailto:CSDEagleAlumni@gmail.com>.  Have a great
winter break!

Athlete of the Week ? ALEXANDRA HORRELL-SCHMITZ.  Our newcomer on the
Varsity Cheerleading greatly improved her commitment and teamwork with the
squad.  She had a fantastic performance at the Battle of California
cheering for CSD on the sideline and with our joint dance with CSDR at
halftime.
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Tuesday December 19
Varsity Girls Basketball Away Game
@ Madison Park, 5:00pm
400 Capistrano Drive Oakland 94603

JV Boys Basketball Away Game
@ Madison Park, 6:15pm
400 Capistrano Drive Oakland 94603

Varsity Boys Basketball Away Game
@ Madison Park, 7:30pm
400 Capistrano Drive Oakland 94603

JV Girls Basketball Away Game
@ Berean Christian, 6:30pm
245 El Divisadero Ave, Walnut Creek 94598
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Wednesday December 20
Varsity Girls Basketball HOME GAME
vs Alumni, 5:30pm

Varsity Boys Basketball HOME GAME
vs Alumni, 7:00pm

CSDAA Admission: $2 Adults, CSD Students Free
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Friday December 22
JV Wrestling Away Tournament
@ Liberty High School, 8am
805 Second Street Brentwood, 94513
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Saturday December 23
Varsity Wrestling Away Tournament
@ Liberty High School, 8am
805 Second Street Brentwood, 94513
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Indiana boys’ basketball

International 56
Indiana Deaf 46

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Lexington boys’ basketball

Lexington 56 Legacy 48

LSD 10-17-20-9
Legacy 4-19-13-12

Halftime- Lexington led 27-23

At first, Lexington had a few drops in our turnovers. However, after the
second halftime, Lexington had more control and defense against Legacy’s
team. That led us to win the game as Lexington rise much more above their
score.

Lexington leaders;

Points: Timar Harris 18, Jayden Orlang, 11, Steve Salmon, 8, David Perez
7.
Rebounds: Steve Salmon 12, Aaron Laikram 10, Jordan Laikram 8.
Steals: Steve Salmon 9, Timar Harris 9.
Blocks: Jayden Orlang 2, Aaron Laikram 1, Jordan Laikram 1.
Assists: Steve Salmon 5, Jayden Orlang 3.

LSD record (5-1)

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Lexington Wrestling

Lexington Blue Jays Wrestling

December 16, 2017, Saturday,  9:30 AM

At Trinity School   Nic Kau Tournament Quad Dual Meet
Bayard Rustin Educational Complex, Rye County Day School, Trinity School
and Lexington School for the Deaf

*Bayard Rustin Educational Complex – 44
*Lexington School for the Deaf, (NY)   -18

113 Brandon (BREC) defeats Linares (Lex) decision 7-20
145 Patel  (Lex) defeats Ty (BREC) fall 2:20
152 Martinez  (Lex) defeats BREC forfeit
160 Louvo (BREC) defeats Rashid (Lex) fall 4:17
170 Diaz (Lex) defeats Anthony (BREC) fall 1:11
182 Sebastian (BREC) defeats Safi (Lex) fall 0:43

*Trinity School  – 54
*Lexington School for the Deaf, (NY)   -11

113 Linares (Lex) defeats Abdlelhamid (Tri) decision 12-11
145 Vickery  (Tri) defeats Patel (Lex) fall 3:29
152 Martinez  (Lex) defeats Trinity forfeit
160 Andryc (Tri) defeats Rashid (Lex) fall 1:57
170 Diaz (Lex) defeats Miller (Tri) fall 0:40
182 Dubner (Tri) defeats Safi (Lex) fall 0:16

*Rye County Day School (Rye, NY)   – 48
*Lexington School for the Deaf, (NY)   -18

113 Linares (Lex) defeats R.Gomez (Rye) fall 1:58
145 Fox (Rye) defeats Patel (Lex) fall 0:48
152 Martinez  (Lex) defeats Mandell (Rye) fall 2:48
160  M. Gomez (Rye) defeats Rashid (Lex) fall 3:55
170 Diaz (Lex) defeats Sleeper (Rye) fall 1:17
182 Suliman (Rye) defeats Safi (Lex) fall 1:26

Our record now is 1-7

This coming December 20, 2017,  Wednesday, 4PM
Away game against New York Institute Special Education

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Marie Philip girls’ basketball

Last night the Lady Ghosts had a game against Rhode Island School for
the Deaf Lady Roosters. First half we started off very slow until
last 7 minutes of the first half the girls started to get ball
rolling leading 17-3 halftime. The Lady Ghosts carried their momentum
into second half and kept their fire going. The young players had a
good taste of varsity basketball level most of the second half. Lady
Ghosts never looked behind and led to a victory with the final score
of 34-6.

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Marie Philip boys’ basketball

At MPS,  MPS 57  RISD 13

There was a bit slow start for us at the beginning, we finally found our
game and controlled at most of the game. Couple of MS players have stepped
up to play their basketball better. 8th graders, Max Moulton and Jasper
Damas scored 7 points and 5 points. Junior Kacey Monahan led the team
scoring with 15 points while Dylan Christoffels added 10 points. Dylan
just recovered his illness and hope to have a breakthrough more games in
ahead.

We really want to have one more win today against CCA at their homecourt
at 4pm. It will add our sweet victory before the break!

Tomorrow we all are looking forward to play against our old alumnus
players at MPS, Girls at 5pm, Boys at 630pm.

Record now 5-3, MBIL 2-1.

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Maryland wrestling

Maryland School for the Deaf @ Our lady of St. Carmel on 12/19/2017
    (TriMeet)

Our lady of St. Carmel (OLSC); 62
Maryland School for the Deaf (MSD); 18

106: Peter Thang (MSD) won by Forfeit
113: Aidan Rose (OLSC) won over Colton Bazalewski (MSD)(Decision 6-4)
120: Timothy Le (OLSC) won by Forfeit
126: Tyler Trout (OLSC) won by Forfeit
132: Billy Trout (OLSC) won over Michael William (MSD) (Fall    1:53)
138: Alexsander Raimundo (MSD) won over Sean Martin (OLSC) (Fall 4:41)
145: Nick Rose (OLSC) won over Kenny Bissainthe (MSD) (Fall 0:29)
152: Calvin Oshamn (OLSC) won over Maurice Braxton (MSD) (Fall 3:00)
160: Joey Gunther (OLSC) won by Forfeit
170: Cameron Justice (OLSC) won over Calvin Johnson (MSD) (Fall 1:46)
182: Patrick Bisaha (OLSC) won over Tylique Gross (MSD) (Fall 0:56)
195: JJ Ygot (OLSC) won over Jason Lombardo (MSD) (Fall 1:03)
220: Bryan Pineda (MSD) won by Forfeit
285: Jerold Gaither (OLSC) won by Forfeit

Maryland School for the Deaf (MSD); 45
Annapolis Area Christian School (AACS); 6

106: Peter Thang (MSD) won by Forfeit
113: Colton Bazalewski (MSD) won by Forfeit
120: Double Forfeit
126: Double Forfeit
132: Michael William (MSD) won by Forfeit
138: Jamal Johnson (MSD) won by Forfeit
145: Alexsander Raimundo (MSD) won by Forfeit
152: Maurice Braxton (MSD) won over Kruger (AACS) (Decision 16-5)
160: Double Forfeit
170: Calvin Johnson (MSD) won over Arnold (AACS) (Fall 1:17)
182: Tylique Gross (MSD) won by Forfeit
195: Double Forfeit
220: Murray (AACS) won over Bryan Pineda (MSD) (Fall 2:58)
285: Double Forfeit

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Maryland boys’ basketball

Fairfax Hawks @ Maryland School for the Deaf

              1     2     3     4     =  Total
FH    -   23   16   20   20    =   79
MSD -     8   11   22   10    =   51

Halftime -  Fairfax led 39-19
MSD ORIOLES

John Werner, Jr. – 14 points
Rory Lewis – 17 points
Esteban Kovacs – 5 points
Miguel Pavao – 3 points
Stefan Anderson – 8 points
Ethan Sheppeck – 4 points

Team Total FG:  18
Team Total 3FG:  6 (Lewis 5, Werner, Jr.)
Team Total FT:  9-13

FAIRFAX HAWKS

Jacob Twadell – 24 points
Jack Guise – 5 points
Forrest Meyer – 3 points
Philip Tozier – 1 point
Haze Green – 26 points
Joe Ciola – 11 points
James Laing – 9 points

Team Total FG:  27
Team Total 3FG:  4 (Twadell 4)
Team Total FT:  21-36

Record: 6-2

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Maryland girls’ basketball

Fairfax Hawks @ Maryland School for the Deaf

             1     2     3     4    =  Total
MSD =  16    6     6    5   =   33
FH =     17   10     9   14   =  50

MARYLAND ORIOLES

S. Herzig Wilcox – 2 points, 1 steal
A. Patterson – 5 rebounds, 1 assist
C. Perry – 17 points, 10 rebounds, 4 steals, 1 assist
R. Guettler – 10 points, 10 rebounds, 5 steals, 1 assist
E. Beldon – 2 points, 2 assists
E. Kovacs – 2 points, 5 rebounds, 1 assist

Team FG: 15
Team 3-FG: 0
Team FT: 3-7

FAIRFAX HAWKS

M. Oliver – 10 points
M. Berger – 7 points
C. Smith – 12 points
I. Cassell – 11 points
M. Gareau – 3 points
N. Green – 7 points

Team FG: 13
Team 3-FG: 5 (Oliver – 2, Berger, Smith, Cassell)
Team FT:  9-18

Record: 5-2

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Michigan girls’ basketball

Today we lost to Valley 11-42, our team lead with Addison
Blair with 5 points, 4 rebounds, 1 assist, and 1 steal.
Wendy Chicky with 4 points, 1 steal, and 3
rebounds. Candace Fleming with 2 points and 2 rebounds.

Record: 0 win 2 lost

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Minnesota boys’ basketball

part of newspaper headline

MSAD boys basketball exacts revenge on Liberty Classical Academy

(was not able to get remainder of the story)

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Minnesota girls’ basketball

part of newspaper story

Coach Sabrina Hubmer has seen plenty of improvement from her Minnesota
State Academy for the Deaf girls basketball team this year. Just a few
weeks ago the Trojans (2-5) lost to Liberty Classical Academy (3-4) by 29
points

(was not able to get remainder of the story because of strict
newspaper registration guidelines)

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Model boys’ basketball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Tuesday, December 19, 2017 at 6:30 pm

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 48

Charles E Smith Jewish Day Sch: 40

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New Mexico boys’ basketball

6’8 player – part of newspaper story

New Mexico School for the Deaf is a dark horse. Imagine the smallest
school in the North with the biggest kid in the region (6-foot-8 Deven
Thompson). Add a couple of good guards, and the Roadrunners are turning
heads at 6-2. If they can finish top two in District 1-1A, NMSD will do
something it has never done in its program history — make the state
tournament.

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Pennsylvania basketball

On 11/30, we traveled to NJSD for our first basketball game. The boys were
ready to go some of our new players did really well too. We won, the top
scores were Jacob Cross with 12 points 7 rebounds 5 steals , Nasir Ford
with 16 points 4 rebounds 4 steals 4 blocks, Peter Dammer with 8 points 3
rebounds, also Hazim Haroun with 5 rebounds our new comer Darnell Godbolt
had 4 points. We are proud of all the boys with there hard work. If you
see them in the hall give a high five ..

Final Score 45-16

Record is 1-0

Today, 12/5, was our first home game against International Christian HS.
We lost but our boys played very hard never gave up kept up the them all
the way until the end. Nasir Ford had 27 points 3 rebounds 6 steals,
adding to that was Jacob Cross with 13 points and 13 rebounds. The rest of
the boys played awesome help out as well. If you see them in the hallways
give them a high five and good job.

Final Score 44-48

Record is 1-1

2/8-12/9, Over the weekend, the Boys Panthers traveled to WPSD for the
annual homecoming basketball tournament. We played against Kentucky, Ohio,
and Western Pennsylvania and finished the weekend with a 3-0 record.

On Friday, 12/8, the first game, boys Panthers won beat Kentucky 44-25.
Nasir Ford got 24 points, 4 rebounds, 4 assists, 9 steals and other helper
defensive Jacob Cross got 6 points, 11 rebounds, 5 assists 3 steals.

On Saturday, 12/9, 2nd game vs Ohio, the Boys Panthers got little more
challenge against them but had control ball in the game and trapped them.
We won, 44-28, Nasir Ford had 25 points, 4 rebounds, 4 assists, 9 steals.
Jacob Cross had double-double with 10 points, 11 rebounds. Also other
young freshman, Hazim Haroun stepped up with 8 points, 6 rebounds.

The Third game on Saturday night had a rivalry against WPSD. The game was
fought and hot competition to the end, the Boys Panthers got victory
40-37. WPSD were lead in the game but at the 2nd half time, the Boys
Panthers robbed them and stayed control. Nasir was on the fire in all
quarters got 28 points, 6 rebounds, 4 steals. Also not only himself, other
Jacob Cross helped with 11 points, 8 Rebounds and 3 steals. Addition, 8th
grade, Darnell Godbolt helped in defensive with 6 rebounds and 4 steals.

We saluted to our Boys Panthers had fought and team work to improving!
When you see Boys Panthers, please waves to them and proud of them.

Record 4-1

Today, 12/11 we traveled to Delaware (DSD) the boys were all ready came
out hot, we won. All the boys played did a awesome job  Nasir came with 22
pioints and 10 steals Jacob added 21 points  8 rebounds while Aquil had 8
points and 4 rebounds . The boys played great game offense and defense Im
very proud of them If you see then in the hallways or around tell great
job.

On 12/13, we will be travling to NYSD.

Tell the boys good luck and keep up the hard work..

Final score 52-19

Record 5-1

Today 12/13,  we traveled to NYSD , the boys Panthers battled hard one and
it was a close game all the way through until halftime. The second half,
the boys ran away with it and just played there hearts out, we won. Nasir
had 21 points 8 rebounds 10 steals while Jacob had 13 points 14 rebounds,
The other boys help out as well they all played hard . If you see them
tell them good job and keep up the hard work.

Tomorrow 12/14, away game @ Crefeld and if you see them tell good luck

Final Score 36-26

Record 6-1

Today, 12/14, we traveled to Crefeld HS, the Boys Panthers already ready
to scores leader fast and teamwork. But in the 2nd half time, the Boys
Panthers started sleep and no defensive. One of player Crefled, he made 3
PTS while fouled in, made one free throw to gave Crefeld lead 53-54 and we
only had 4 sec left chance to shoot but at the end, we lost 53-54. Nasir
got 34 points, 7 rebounds, and 8 steals. Jacob got double-double 13
points, and 19 rebounds.

Final score 53-54

Record: 6-2

Today, 12/18, our home game vs CAP, the Boys Panthers came out with
everything we was down by 10 points after came back for halftime. The boys
were on fire playing awesome came back they played with all they had never
gave up . Nasir drop 40 points and 9 steals while Jacob had 22 points 15
rebounds 7 assists. The team did worked hard to stayed on the house court,
tell them great job and keep it up!

final score 66-67

Records 6-3

On 11/30, our Lady Panthers played their first game against the New Jersey
School for the Deaf (NJSD). The girls worked hard and came home with a
victory! It was a great start to the season and the the girls are looking
forward to improving as a team. Senior Yasmean Evans had 10 points and 9
rebounds and sophomore Maysan had her first double-double of the season
with 14 points and 20 rebounds. We are proud of our girls!

Final Score 37-20

Record is 1-0

12/8-12/9,Over the weekend, the Lady Panthers traveled to WPSD for the
annual homecoming basketball tournament. We played against Kentucky, Ohio,
and Western Pennsylvania and finished the weekend with a 2-1 record.

On Friday the girls played Kentucky for the first time and the girls
played well. All the girls contributed to the win and by beating Kentucky
38-28. Yasmean had a double-double with 18 points and 18 rebound.
Defensively, Yasmean had 5 steals. Our other leading scorer, Mecca, had 10
points and 8 rebounds.

On Saturday the girls played 2 games. The first game was against Ohio. The
girls had a sleepy start, but woke up for the second half. The defense
worked hard for the win and the Lady Panthers came out on top with a 32-22
victory. Yasmean had triple double with 15 points, 11 rebounds, and 10
steals.

The third game on Saturday was against WPSD. Both teams were 2-0 at the
start of the game. It was a tough, competitive game throughout all 4
quarters. At the half, PSD was behind 10 points and by the end of the
third quarter finally the Lady Panthers took the lead. The Lady Panthers
fought hard in the 4th quarter but ended with a WPSD victory 34-40.
Yasmean had 23 points, 7 rebounds. Sarah had 7 rebounds and 3 points.

We are so proud of our girls and their success this weekend.

Our record is 3-1.

On December 14, the Lady Panthers took a trip to New York School for the
Deaf to take on the Lady Tornadoes. The girls played an excellent
defensive game and each player had the opportunity to get onto the court
to contribute to the win. Yasmean had another double double with 21 points
and 12 rebounds. Sarah scored 8 points and Trinity scored 7 in the win.

our record is 5-1

Final score: 50-26

Make sure you congratulate the girls on another win!

On December 18, the Lady Panthers played their first home game against
Community Academy of Philadelphia. The girls came ready to play and
dominated the whole game. The Lady Panther won 44-25. In the win, Gia
DiGiacomo was the high scorer with 13 points. Maysan Id-deen scored 11
points. Yasmean had 10 rebounds and 8 steals.

Final score 44-25

Our record is 6-1

Make sure you congratulate our girls on another fantastic win!

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Rhode Island basketball

RISD Boys Basketball*

On Friday night we opened our 2017-18 season at the New England Tip-Off
Tourney hosted by the American School for the Deaf. We played Marie Philip
School who is expected to be in top 2 teams in the Div 1 ESDAA Boys
tourney
this year. They started out very strong and we had a hard time against
their talented players but we did not stop playing from start to the end.
Timothy Jallah scored 7 points for the Roosters while playing the point
guard position and Juan Fernandez-Espinal scored 6 points. MPS won the
game
by the final score of 46 to 13.

On Saturday in the 3rd place game, we played Horace Mann School for the
Deaf and Hard of Hearing. We started off strong leading 12 to 0 in the
first quarter and never looked back. We showed great team work and played
hard on defense. Timothy Jallah, for the second straight game, handed the
ball as our point guard and kept the offense in control. Jallah scored 10
points and Juan Fernandez-Espinal added a season-high 14 points with our
forward Mario Pacheco chipping in 7 points.

RISD boys finished in 3rd place for the tournament and was awarded the
Sportsmanship award which we are proud of. Timothy Jallah was selected to
the Tournament All Star team.

Our record is now 1-1 and we play the NESD Tip-Off Tournament Champion
American School for the Deaf on Wednesday, 12/6/17.

*RISD Boys Basketball Record:* 1-1
*Next Game:* Wednesday, December 6th at American School for the Deaf (4:00
P.M.)

—–

*RISD Girls Basketball*

RISD Lady Roosters started this season with the New England Schools for
the
Deaf Basketball Tip-Off Tournament, hosted by American School for the
Deaf.
Our first game was against the host school ASD girls’ team.

Both teams started out the game a little sloppy as only 2 points was
scored
in the first quarter. ASD Girls started to pick things up with a strong
2nd
quarter and had a 17-2 halftime lead.

Our young team tried their best to improve in the second half by focusing
on improving ourselves and showed great effort the whole game. We lost the
game 33-6.

RISD -  0   2   0    4  – 6
ASD -   2  15  12  4  – 33

*RISD Girls*
Melissa E. – 4 Points
Ellie L. – 2 Points

On Saturday in the 3rd place game, we played Horace Mann School for the
Deaf and Hard of Hearing — this was a lot more competitive and a fun game
for both teams involved. The game was tense all the way from the beginning
to the end and the lead was never too big.

We got great contributions from unexpected players on both ends of the
court and actually held the lead through the first half before letting HMS
go on a run and take the lead, which they never surrendered. HMS would win
the game by the final score of 21-15.

HMS -  4   2   9    6  – 21
RISD – 6    2   4    3  – 15

*RISD Girls*
Melissa E. – 7 Points
Ellie L. – 6 Points
Lillian K. – 2 Points

*RISD Girls Basketball Record:* 0-2
*Next Game:* Wednesday, December 6th at American School for the Deaf (5:30
P.M.)

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*RISD Boys Basketball*

Our boys Roosters traveled to West Hartford, CT to face the American
School
for the Deaf. ASD jumped to a quick lead but our boys did not back down
and
worked hard facing the press that the Tigers put on us. ASD never gave up
their lead and defeated us by the score of 46-18.

Jayden E. led the Roosters with 6 points, hitting 4 out of 5 free throws.
Timothy added 4 points with 7 rebounds and Mario Pacheco chipped in with 5
points. Juan Fernandez- Espinal contributed with 9 rebounds.

We will next travel to Trenton, NJ for the MKSD Basketball Tip-off
Tournament this Friday-Saturday, December 8-9.

*RISD Boys Basketball Record:* 1-2
*Next Game:* Friday, December 8th vs. Marie Katzenbach School for the Deaf
(6:45 P.M.)

—–

*RISD Girls Basketball*

Our Lady Roosters played American School for the Deaf’s Girls Basketball
team for the second time in six days, and we were looking to improve upon
our performance from last weekend. Our girls struggled to contain ASD’s
one-girl attack in the first quarter as we got outscore 11-0 before
finally getting on the scoreboard with 4 points to end the first quarter.

We slowly started to eat away at their lead, coming as close as 4 points
in
the third quarter before ASD’s primary ball handler came on fire again and
scored 10 of her game-high 22 points in the last 10 minutes of the game.
RISD lost our scoring touch and struggled to maintain our offensive tempo
in the fourth quarter as ASD won the game by the final score of 26-13.

The coaches saw some positive things and we are glad our girls improved
compared to last weekend. We will next participate in the MKSD Basketball
Tipoff Tournament  against three other ESDAA Division 2 schools – which
will be a good preview of the ESDAA Tournament next February.

RISD -  4   2   6   1  – 13
ASD -   11  3   4   8  – 26

*RISD*
Yasmin S. – 4 Points
Lillian K. – 4 Points
Melissa E-G. – 3 Points
Ellie L. – 2 Points

*RISD Girls Basketball Record:* 0-3
*Next Game:* Friday, December 8th vs. Marie Katzenbach School for the Deaf
(3:00 P.M.)
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*RISD Boys Basketball*

On Friday we traveled to New Jersey to participate in the Marie Katzenbach
School for the Deaf Basketball Tip-Off Tournament as well as their
Homecoming. Our boys were scheduled against the host school’s boys team –
this was the third time we would play NJ as both schools met in the last
two ESDAA Boys Basketball Tournaments. This game was the battle from the
start, and MKSD capitalized on an off-shooting night from our team and
turnovers to win the game 26-19.
Mario P. led the Roosters with 6 points and 5 rebounds and Juan F-E-E
contributed 4 points and 11 rebounds.

On Saturday morning in the 3rd-Place game, we played Delaware School for
the Deaf. The coaches placed a strong emphasis on our defensive game plan
and our Roosters executed the plan very well, which helped us build a
quick
lead. We were able to hold the lead from the beginning to the end, winning
the game by the score of 40-16. Freshman point guard Jayden E. scored a
career-high 15 points and Juan F-E. recorded a double-double with 14
points
and 11 rebounds, which came on his eighteenth birthday. Juan was selected
as an Tournament All-Star.

*RISD Boys Basketball Record:* 2-3
*Next Game:* Monday, December 11th vs. Times Square Academy (5:00 P.M.)

—–

*RISD Girls Basketball*

Our RISD Girls’ Basketball Team traveled to Trenton, NJ for the MKSD
Basketball Tip-Off Tournament/Homecoming Weekend. Our girls didn’t have
much time to really warm up and mentally get in the game and this showed
in
the first quarter as MKSD jumped out to a 11-2 lead. Our girls were able
to
clamp down on defense, only allowing 10 points the rest of the game – but
our offense just wasn’t quite there today. MKSD won the game 21-5.

RISD -      2   0   0    3  – 5
MKSD -   11  0   6    4  – 21

*RISD Girls*
Melissa E-G – 2 Points
Lillian K. – 2 Points
Ellie L. – 1 Point

On Saturday in the 3rd place game, we played Rochester School for the Deaf
— this time, our girls were ready to play and it showed on the basketball
court! Our girls battled Rochester’s girls and the halftime score remained
very close at 12-8.

We had many chances to cut the lead or even take the lead for ourselves,
but the shots just wouldn’t fall through the net and Rochester was
eventually able to score a couple of times to build their lead One of our
starters got hurt in the second half, which allowed RSD to pull away with
the lead and win the game 25-15.

We will finally host our first home game this Monday afternoon, December
11th when Times Square Academy comes to our home gym.

RSD -   6    6   6    9  – 25
RISD -  4    4   1    6  – 15

*RISD Girls*
Melissa E. – 7 Points
Ellie L. – 6 Points
Lillian K. – 2 Points

*RISD Girls Basketball Record:* 0-5
*Next Game:* Monday, December 11th vs. Times Square Academy (3:00 P.M.)

=====

*RISD Boys Basketball*

On Monday December 11th, the RISD boys finally played their first home
game
of the 2017-18 season against Times Square Academy. Times Square showed
some quickness in the beginning but could not crack our defense and was
limited to taking a lot of their shots outside the paint which worked to
the coaches’ gameplan.

RISD led from the start and the lead would remain that way into halftime
with a 17-13 lead. Our players came out strong in the second half and was
able to pull away, allowing the coaches to play most of our reserves at
the
end which gave them valuable game experience. The Roosters won the game by
the final score of 35 to 23. Jayden E. led the scoring with 16 points and
12 rebounds. Juan F-E. also contributed another double-double with 14
points and 18 rebounds.

TSA -   13   10  -  23
RISD -  17   18  – 35

*RISD Boys Basketball Record:* 3-3
*Next Game:* Thursday, December 14th vs. Providence County Day School
(4:45
P.M.)

—–

*RISD Girls Basketball*

Our Lady Roosters hosted our first home game this season against Times
Square Academy. Our girls hadn’t won a game yet so we were ready to come
out and play hard today in hopes of earning our first win. Times Square
had
a point guard who showed very good ball handling skills and good shooting
form – our coaches switched our defense immediately to contain this point
guard and it worked. Our Lady Roosters was able to get contributions from
three players on offense and only had a 2-point halftime lead.

Times Square grabbed the lead early in the second half — our coaches
immediately called timeout to stop the momentum. Our girls made
adjustments
and were able to go on a big scoring run to seize the lead and hold on to
it to the end, winning 25-21! The coaches were proud of our
student-athletes for how they played today. We hope to build on our
success
in our next home game this Thursday against Providence County Day School.

TSA -   10   11  – 21
RISD -  12  13  – 25

*RISD*
Yasmin S. – 13 Points
Melissa E. – 6 Points
Olivia C. – 6 Points

*RISD Girls Basketball Record:* 1-5
*Next Game:* Thursday, December 14th vs. Providence County Day (3:30 P.M.)

=====

*RISD Boys Basketball*

In our 2nd game of the week, the Roosters’ boys basketball team played
host
to the Providence Country Day School here at RISD. It was an evenly
matched
game and all of our boys contributed in all aspects of the game.

PCD took a small lead in the first half, utilizing their key players who
had a height advantage, but our Roosters remained close especially with
the
buzzer-beating long three-point shot at halftime by Jayden E. who led the
Roosters with 15 points.

In the second half, we itched closer in the final few minutes and were
unable to tie the game despite coming within one possession and having the
ball in our hands. PCD would win the game by the final score of 27-24.
Juan
F. chipped in with 4 points and 4 rebounds.

RISD Boys Basketball Record: 3-4
*Next Game:* Friday, December 15th vs. San Miguel (3:30 P.M.)

—–

*RISD Girls Basketball*

Our Lady Roosters played host to Providence Country Day School — last
year, they beat us 31-21 so we were looking forward to seeing how both
teams matched up this year.

We were able to jump out to an early lead through the first eight minutes
of the game, but we allowed PCD to steal the lead away from us as the
halftime score was 11-10.

The second half was a NAIL-BITER! Both teams battled each other and the
lead switched back and forth until we had a three-point lead with few
minutes left. Our shots couldn’t fall through and PCD was able to tie the
game at 23-23 by the end of regulation!

So we played a three-minute overtime period and the game continued to be
tense. Our key player fouled out immediately in overtime, which forced our
other starters to step up and they did! We were fortunate to get a jump
ball in our favor with few seconds left, and our inbound play worked,
giving Lillian K. the ball and she recorded her first game-winning shot as
the time ran out in overtime! Our Lady Roosters definitely earned this
27-26 overtime win over PCD.

PCD -   5  6  6  6     3  – 26
RISD -  8  2  5  8     4  – 27

*RISD*
Yasmin S. – 15 Points
Lillian K. – 6 Points
Melissa E. – 4 Points
Olivia C. – 2 Points

*RISD Girls Basketball Record:* 2-5
*Next Game:* Tuesday, December 19th @ Marie Philip School (5:30 P.M.)

=====
*RISD Boys Basketball*

Last Friday, December 15th, we played host to San Miguel School here at
RISD. This would be the first meeting between these two schools who are
practically right around the corner from each other. San Miguel jumped out
early to a 10-2 lead and they scored most of their points in the paint
through drives and/or offensive rebounding and second chance shots. Our
Roosters did not shoot very well from the field as we finished the game
with a low field goal percentage.

We struggled a lot on both ends of the floor in the second half (our young
team going through growing pains) and both teams gave their bench players
valuable playing time to close out the game. San Miguel School won the
game, 44 to 17. Jayden E. led the Roosters with 7 points and 7 rebounds.
Daury A. chipped in with 4 points and 6 rebounds.

*RISD Boys Basketball Record:* 3-5
*Next Game:* Tuesday, December 19th @ Marie Philip School (4:00 P.M.)

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Rochester girls’ basketball

The Wildcats played against The Destiny team. We started off 12-0 run in
the first quarter. We controlled the game offensively with 38-17. Courtney
Gentzke scored 14 with 4 rebounds and 3 steals. McKenna Girod added 8
points and 5 rebounds.

Record: 4-2

Next game tomorrow at 4 pm vs Rapids.

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Virginia boys’ basketball

newspaper listing of scores

Virginia School for the Deaf 81, Shenandoah Valley Academy 52

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Washington basketball

boys
Record: 2-2 League: 0-1
12/5/17 – WSD 32 vs. OSD 22
12/7/17 – WSD 21 vs. Hudson’s Bay 14
12/12/17 – WSD 21 vs. Fort Vancouver 24
12/14/17 – WSD 16 @ Columbia Adventist Academy 52

girls
WSD Terriers
Record: 0-4 League: 0-1
12/5/17 – WSD 32 vs. OSD 39
12/7/17 – WSD 23 vs. Hudson’s Bay 40
12/12/17 – WSD 56 vs. King’s Way Christian 61
12/14/17 – WSD 30 @ Columbia Adventist Academy 76

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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

WPSD 30 – First Baptist Christian School 31

Record
5 won – 2 lost

Points
Danielle Fisher – 13
Olivia Larson – 8
Ryane Smalley – 6

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Western Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

First Baptist

FB 67 – WPSD 57

C. DяяAmore – 23 points
D. Harclerode – 17 points

Record 3 – 4

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professional lumberjack

Overseas axemen sharpen up for southern timber sports circuit

The axeman was 18 months old when he developed spinal meningitis. He had a
cochlear implant inserted in his left ear at 3.

full story at:
https://www.stuff.co.nz/southland-times/100038364/overseas-axemen-sharpen-up-for-southern-timber-sports-circuit

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a deaf player in indoor football

Edge add former Ole Miss cornerback Shepard

Tee Shepard, a 6-foot-1, 195-pound cornerback who finished his college
career at Mississippi, is the latest addition to the Edge roster as the
team returns to the Indoor Football League for 2018.

full story at:
http://www.pantagraph.com/sports/professional/football/indoor/edge/edge-add-former-ole-miss-cornerback-shepard/article_543ca72e-d6ae-54f2-8f99-7371f553d21b.html
 

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DeafDigest Sports – December 19, 2017

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

— a Gallaudet basketball honor

— Deaf Football announcement

— deaf-owned professional basketball team

— 3 overtimes to win a basketball game

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— a painful Gallaudet football game
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/aurora-defensive-end/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 12/19/17)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Deaf Football announcement

Athletic Directors Warren Keller of Fremont and Tony Barksdale of
Riverside made a joint video announcement about the annual football
“Big Game” between the two schools. With Riverside’s impending pla
n to move down to 8-man football and Fremont remaining at 11-man football,
both schools have decided not to play each other this fall.

comments:
DeafDigest Sports editor was surprised by the announcement and so,
asked around. It was learned that Riverside will only be having
15-16 players this coming 2018 football season. Riverside
made the correct decision for reasons of safety – and there is
hope that the school will go back to 11-man in 2 or 3 seasons
when manpower numbers go up.

What this means that only seven schools will be fielding
11-man teams in the 2018 season – Alabama, Florida, Fremont,
Indiana, Maryland, Model and Texas.

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Basketball coaches

a friendly warning. Basketball coaches that do not
regularly provide DeafDigest Sports with game scores
will not be invited to submit Deaf All-American nominations
at the end of their baskeetball seasons.

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Gallaudet women’s basketball
Neild named NEAC Women’s Basketball Student-Athlete of the Week for the second time this season

GANSEVOORT, N.Y. – The North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) announced
its conference student-athlete of the week awards for the week of Dec. 18
and Gallaudet University’s junior Hannah Neild (Litchfield, N.H.) was
selected as the NEAC Women’s Basketball Student-Athlete of the Week for
the second time this season.

Neild averaged 26.2 points per game in a two-game weekend. A junior
guard/forward for the Bison, Neild scored 25 points with 11 rebounds, six
steals and three blocks in a loss to Catholic University of America on
Dec. 16. She closed out the weekend with 28 points, 13 rebounds, seven
steals and one block in a 53-48 loss to St. Mary’s (Md.). Neild shot 46.2
percent from the field and from 3-point range while contributing 53
points, 24 rebounds, 13 steals, four blocks and one assist on the week. 

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 Alabama Basketball

*Lady Warriors*

Talladega County Central 81  Alabama 12
Wadley 62  Alabama 31

Season record: 3 – 11

*Silent Warriors*

Talladega County Central 57  Alabama 31
Wadley 68  Alabama 48

Season record: 7 – 8

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Florida girls’ basketball

We played very well, and we were one point behind in 1st quarter. In
second quarter, we were blown away by Interlachen. They scored 18 points
while we scored only 2 points. We brought our game back in 3rd quarter. We
scored as much as they did. However,
we couldn’t continue playing well like 1st and 3rd quarters. The final
score was 21-47.

Points:
Olivia Brown 12 points
Lourdine Jordonne 5 points
Ja’Myra Harris 2 points
Keliah Williams 2 points

Record
3-8

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Iowa boys’ basketball

ISD 9 Clarinda Academy 65

0-8

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Iowa girls’ basketball

Clarinda Academy 35  Iowa 11
Record 0-8

No games until January 4

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New Jersey Results

December 12th

Girls

@ NJSD  39

WilburForce Charter  42

The Lady Colts in their first game vs WF only scored 2 points…..what an
improvement. De’Avian Watson lead the team with 19 points, 6 rebounds, 3
assists, 4 blocks and 6 steals. Giezi Teuttle  added 10 points 4 rebounds,
1 assist and 4 steals. Alexis Holland added 5 points and pulled down 10
rebounds.

December 13th

@ NJSD 21

STEM Civics Charter  33

Alexis Holland lead the team with 11 points, 3 rebounds, and 2 steals.
De’Avian Watson was right behind her with 10 points, 7 rebounds, 1
assist,
2 blocks and 3 steals.

Next game December 19th vs DSD at home

Season Record: 1 – 4

Boys

December 12th

@ NJSD  37

WilburForce Charter  49

Naim Webb and Chris Brown both had 16 points!  Naim had a double double,
also pulling down 13 rebounds. Nasir Gurganus had 4 points and 7 steals.

December 13th vs STEM Civics – the officials never showed up

Next game December 19th vs DSD at home

Season Record: 2 – 3

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Western Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

Cornerstone Prep

CP 61 – WPSD 39

Record 3 – 3

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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

WPSD 36 – Cornerstone Prep 33
Three overtimes

Record
5 won and 1 lost

Points
Danielle Fisher – 16
Olivia Larson – 10

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deaf-owned professional basketball team

from a yahoogroup posting as is

From: Georgia Predators

     Deaf owned professional basketball team would like to invite all deaf
people to come to our games. We have a home game this Sunday at 2 pm at
590 Lavendar road Athens Georgia 30606. If you live in Athens and attend
to any of our middle schools or Madison county high school, you get half
off!

 

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DeafDigest Sports – December 18, 2017

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

— Gallaudet basketball updates

— first basketball win over deaf opponent since 1999 !

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— Gallaudet football, two defeats ruined unbeaten season
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/deaflympics-past-picture-gold-medal-winners/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 12/18/17)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

WASHINGTON – Gallaudet University’s men’s basketball defense could not
slow down the Prairie Wolves from Nebraska Wesleyan University here Sunday
afternoon in the Field House on Padden Court. The visiting Prairie Wolves
were unstoppable from outside as they made 18 of 36 shots from 3-point
range en route to a 99-77 victory.

Gallaudet (2-9) dropped its fourth straight game this month as it only
made 28.6 percent of its shots in the first half and trailed 43-27 at the
break. In the second half, GU played a more even game as it made 58.1
percent of its shots and went 6-for-12 from 3-point range. The Bison were
outscored 56-50 in the second half by the Prairie Wolves (9-0).

Nebraska Wesleyan, a West Region powerhouse and NCAA tournament tested
program, demonstrated why they are one of the top 3-point shooting
programs in Division III and also the top team in the country for assists
per game. The Prairie Wolves assisted on 32 of its 37 shots made from the
field.

GU had three players in double figures led by sophomore guard Noah
Valencia (Riverside, Calif.), who scored 21 points and made five
3-pointers. Senior forward Andy Cruz (Bronx, N.Y.) tallied 20 points,
grabbed nine rebounds, made two steals and one block. Freshman guard
Preston Kelly (Fishers, Ind.) scored a career best 15 points as he made a
team best six assists and five steals.

This was Nebraska Wesleyan’s second time playing at Gallaudet. The Bison
upset the nationally-ranked Prairie Wolves back during the 1989-90 season
in overtime, 78-75, when Nebraska Wesleyan was ranked No. 13th in the
country. That season the Prairie Wolves finished the season 22-7 and lost
in the NCAA West/Midwest sectional.

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

Gallaudet gets clipped by Seahawks, 53-48

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University women’s basketball team lost a
chance to end the fall semester on a high note as it lost 53-48 to St.
Mary’s College of Maryland here Sunday afternoon in the Field House on
Padden Court in a non-conference game.

The two teams played a close game throughout the contest. The teams were
tied after the first quarter (14-14) and at the half (25-25). In the
second half, the teams changed leads four times and saw four more ties
before the Seahawks (3-6) came away with the five-point win late.
Gallaudet (5-7) held a two-point lead, 42-40, in the fourth quarter with
four minutes left in regulation.

Gallaudet junior Hannah Neild (Litchfield, N.H.) scored a game-high 28
points to go with 13 rebounds. She also made a game-high seven steals and
had one block in the loss. Freshman Emelia Beldon (Frederick, Md.) led the
team with seven assists and was second with 10 rebounds before she fouled
out.

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Riverside boys’ basketball

CSD-Riverside vs. California – Fremont

CSDR         = 55
CSDF         = 53

Record: 8-2

Next Game: December 20 vs. CSDR Alumni

The drought ENDED. Riverside finally beat Fremont since 1999.
That’s when Coach Valencia was a player!
 

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DeafDigest Sports – December 17, 2017

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

— basketball scores

— Gallaudet basketball updates

— a dumb football tweet question

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— first USA Deaflympics gold medal winner
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/former-gallaudet-football-player/
he became special later in life

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

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Fast start by Bison gets erased by Catholic on the road

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University men’s basketball team got off to a
hot start here Saturday against Catholic University of America at the
DuFour Center in a non-conference game.

The Bison led 7-0 three minutes into the game and held a lead over the
Cardinals (3-5) until seven minutes remained before halftime. Gallaudet
(2-8) tied the game two more times before halftime where Catholic led
42-37.

Catholic outscored Gallaudet 49-27 in the second half and won by 27
points, 91-64.

Senior forward Andy Cruz (Bronx, N.Y.) led the Bison with 23 points as he
made 9 of 15 shots from the field and grabbed four rebounds, made three
blocks and two steals. Sophomore guard Noah Valenica (Riverside, Calif.)
scored 15 of his 18 points on five 3-pointers, all in the first half.

Catholic was led by guard Andre Mitchell’s game-high 33 points as he made
9 of 18 shots from the field and went 11-for-12 from the free throw line.
The Cardinals had four players in double figures in the win.

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

Bison turn over lead to Catholic in non-conference game

WASHINGTON – Gallaudet University controlled the first half of Saturday’s
non-conference women’s basketball game at the DuFour Center against
Catholic University of America but lost the lead in the second half as the
host Cardinals won 71-47.

Gallaudet (5-6) took its first lead of the game, 7-6, at the 3:48 mark in
the first quarter when junior Hannah Neild (Litchfield, N.H.) made a
layup. GU went on a 11-3 run during the final five minutes of the opening
quarter as the Bison led 13-9 after the first 10 minutes of play.

The Bison took their largest lead in the second quarter when freshman
Emelia Beldon (Frederick, Md.) made a jump shot at the 5:34 mark to give
Gallaudet a 21-15 lead. Catholic (5-1) went on a 8-2 run to close out the
quarter and take a 24-23 lead into the locker room.

Catholic outscored the Bison 47-24 in the second half and used a 14-0 run,
during a four-minute span in the fourth quarter, to put the game away. The
Cardinals had three scorers in double figures led by Payton Smith’s 17
points.

Neild scored a game-high 25 points as she made 9 of 17 shots from the
field, including 5 of 8 from 3-point range, to go with 12 rebounds, six
steals and three blocks. This is Neild’s second double-double of the
season.

Junior forward Kelli Barnes (Hope Mills, N.C.) was second on the team with
a season-high 14 points. Beldon led the team with six assists while Neild
led the team in points, rebounds, steals and blocks.

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Phoenix basketball

The Desert Duel (formerly called The Big Game)

ASDB @ PDSD

PDSD Girls won 26-21, first victory of season!  Now 1-8.

PDSD Boys lost 62-7.  Now 0-10.

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South Carolina girls’ basketball

SCSDB- 12
Whitmire- 56

Overall record 0-6

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Tennessee basketball

from newspaper

Greenback 58  TSD 18  Girls  3-6

Greeback 62 TSD 27  Boys 2-7

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A dumb football tweet question

Why do the refs have whistles in that deaf football players commercial?

response by DeafDigest Sports:
because opponents are hearing
 

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DeafDigest Sports – December 16, 2017

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

— basketball scores

— two updates in college football

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— mainstreamed athlete’s difficult choice 
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/kicker-with-duke-football-team/
http://deafdigest.com/duke-football-walkon-kicker/
(see the story in this edition)

Basketball won/lost records (as of 12/16/17)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Gallaudet men’s swimming

Gallaudet’s Benjamin Sealts named NEAC Men’s Swimmer of the Week for a
third time

GANSEVOORT, N.Y. – The North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) announced
its conference student-athlete of the week awards for the week of Dec. 12
and Gallaudet University’s freshman Benjamin Sealts (Ottawa, Ohio) was
selected as the NEAC Men’s Swimmer of the Week for the third time this
season.

In a double-dual meet with SUNY Cobleskill and Cazenovia College, the
rookie swimmer finished first in three events. Sealts won the 100-yard
backstroke with a time of 55.39 and placed first in the 200-yard
individual medley with a time of 2:04.86. He set his fifth school record
this season as he erased the Bison’s 200-yard backstroke record posted
in 2008. Sealts was over four seconds faster than the previous school
mark, taking the event with a time of 1:58.41. Sealts was also a member of
the 200-yard medley relay team that placed second.

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Maryland girls’ basketball

Maryland School for the Deaf @ Covenant Life

              1    2     3    4  = Total
MSD =   9   14   15   9  =  47
CL =      7     6     6    4  =  23

Maryland Orioles

A. Glennon- 1 rebound

S. Herzig-Wilcox- 2 points, 3 rebounds, 2 steals and 3 assists

A. Patterson- 4 rebounds and 1 steal

C. Perry- 23 points, 6 rebounds, 4 steals, 1 assist and 4 blocks

R. Guettler- 13 points, 9 rebounds, 3 steals and 3 assists

H. Johnston-Shaw- 1 point, 1 steal and 1 assist

E. Beldon- 6 points, 2 rebounds, 2 steals and 4 assists

M. Luebehusen- 3 rebounds

E. Kovacs- 2 points, 5 rebounds and 1 block

Team FG: 17
Team 3-FG: 2 (Beldon – 2)
Team FT: 7-21

Covenant Life

S. Campbell – 3 points
A. Brewer -  2 points
M. Brewer – 4 points
A. Stockton – 6 points
S. Campbell – 6 points
A. Malcolm – 2 points

Team FG: 10
Team 3-FG: 1 (Campbell)
Team FT: 0-0

Record: 5-1

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Maryland boys’ basketball

Maryland School for the Deaf @ Covenant Life School

              1     2     3     4     =  Total
MSD -   15   20   17   14    =   66
CLS  -     7     8   17   13    =   45

Halftime -  MSD led 35-15
MSD ORIOLES

Jaden Joseph – 2 points, 8 rebounds
John Werner, Jr. – 22 points, 6 rebounds, 4 steals
Rory Lewis – 22 points, 3 rebounds
Esteban Kovacs – 5 assists, 3 rebounds
Stefan Anderson – 10 points, 8 rebounds, 6 assists
Jason Werner – 10 points, 4 rebounds

Team Total FG:  28
Team Total 3FG:  6 (Lewis 6)
Team Total FT:  4-4

COVENANT LIFE COUGARS

A. J. Thomas – 25 points
Andrew Stoy – 8 points
Garfield Torres – 9 points
Kendrick Petit – 3 points

Team Total FG:  12
Team Total 3FG:  9 (Thomas 7, Stoy 2)
Team Total FT:  12-16

Record: 6-1

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deaf kicker in a bowl game

Duke vs Northern Illinois in the Quick Lane Bowl on Dec. 26.

part of newspaper story

Also on Friday, Cutcliffe said redshirt senior William Holmquist will be
the team’s kicker, and possibly its punter, for the Quick Lane Bowl.
Austin Parker handled both duties this season before he was kicked off the
team and suspended from school on Dec. 8 for violating Duke’s academic
policy.

Holmquist kicked and punted at Division III Tufts University for three
seasons before joining the Blue Devils as a graduate transfer walk-on this
summer. While at Tufts, he made 21 of 31 field goals, including making a
48-yarder, and connected on 57 of 62 extra-point kicks. He punted 153
times, averaging 36.9 yards per attempt, and showed accuracy with 41 punts
downed inside the opponent’s 20 yard line against seven touchbacks.

Born partially deaf, Holmquist wears hearing aids but removes them when
playing football to sharpen his focus.

He lost the starting kicking job to Parker in preseason practices last
August. But, on Nov. 18 against Georgia Tech, he made his only extra-point
attempt of the season.

“Willie has been outstanding in the practices we’ve had,” Cutcliffe
said. “He’s such a quality young man. He’s a great story, so I think
he’ll definitely take advantage of this. I expect him to play really
well in the game.”

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deaf participant in NCAA-III championship game

Khevon Shepard, a deaf freshman with the Mary Hardin-Baylor
football team, participated in the game as a special
teams player. His team lost 12-0 to perennial champions
Mount Union 12-0 last night.

He registered no special teams stats.

 

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DeafDigest Sports – December 15, 2017

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

— basketball scores

— Gallaudet football tweet from an ignorant fan!

— wrestling update

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— ASL not permitted in a football game
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/forced-to-remove-ci/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 12/15/17)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Gallaudet football

copied from a tweet:

a college I went to has a reputation for beating
a deaf college in a football game, getting REAL
cocky and screaming their plays  and losing miserably
because deaf people know how to read lips.

DeafDigest Sports comment:
Gallaudet football players do not read lips during
the games, and they win because they play better
than the hearing opponents.  This above comment
is false.

It is a fact, though, that hearing opponents hate
to lose to Gallaudet, not just in football but
in all other sports.

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American basketball

ASD Girls and Boys travelled to face Midstate Christian in Meriden last
night. The girls team defeated Midstate by a score of 42-13.
Boys JV team followed suit racing out to a 20-0 lead enroute to a 47-26
victory. There was no boys’ varsity game.

Girls are 5-2
JV Boys are 2-0

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Delaware Basketball

DSD vs. Towle

DSD Girls
DSD 37  Towle 26
Record 3-2

DSD Boys
DSD 33  Towle 42
Record 0-5

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Florida girls’ basketball

 FSDB GBB Results vs Trinity Christian

Our girls played well in 1st quarter then imploded afterwards by Trinity
Christian. Our high scorers were Olivia Brown, 10 points, and Lourdine
Jordonne, 7 points. The most improved player was Shylah Thomas. She played
hard and had an outstanding
performance on defense. The final score was 22 to 51.

Record 3-7

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Fremont girls’ basketball

Dec 12

Oakland Charter 2
CSD 65

Dec 14

CSD 48
Making Waves 7

Next game: @ CSD Riverside for Battle of California event on Dec 16

Record: 7-3 with 6 game winning streak.

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Illinois girls’ basketball

part of newspaper story

Calhoun’s girls basketball team hosted Illinois School for the Deaf and
recorded an 85-20 win

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Indiana boys’ basketball

Union         41
Indiana Deaf  89

2-2 record

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Indiana girls’ basketball

from a newspaper report

University 62, Indiana Deaf 37

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Iowa boys’ basketball

ISD 11  Heartland Christian 53

0-7

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Iowa Girls Basketball

With 5 girls in uniform lost to Heartland Christian 45-4.

Record 0-7

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Marie Philip girls’ basketball

Lady Ghosts Recap

12/14/17: MPS @ Winchendon (L 16-30)

Upcoming games:

12/19/17: Rhode Island School for the deaf vs MPS
12/20/17: Conveant Christian Academy vs MPS
12/21/17: Fun filled game against the alumni

All games next week will be at TLC.

Record: 5-1 (GIL 2-0)

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Marie Philip boys’ basketball

Last night game CHCH 65 MPS 62

CHCH’s three points were our nightmare, we were not able to stop their hot
shooting from trey area. It looked to me that home court was their favored
to beat us. We got bad start from the beginning which CHCH were up 14
points lead over us. We fought and fought back to the game and got back
within 4 points down in halftime. The second half we got off with better
start and climbed up with 6 points lead. CHCH came back with their 3
points scoring. It was battle from there to the end. CHCH escaped with a
victory. They scored 12 – 3 points area. They also played their double
trapping all over the court and was able to sub their 5 players on every
two – 3 minutes on every quarters. We only played with our top 5-6 players
while they subbed all of their ten players. I am so proud of our boys at
they fought back and was able to keep the game close till the end. Kacey
Monahan led the team with 18 points, 15 rebounds and 2 blocks. While Dylan
Christoffels added 16 points respectively a
nd Kyle Florio only played two quarters with 11 points.

MBIL record 2-1

Overall record 4-3.

Next game vs. Rhode Island at MPS at 4pm;  Dec 20 at CCA at 4pm.

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Mississippi girls’ basketball

Mississippi School f/t Deaf 76
Piney Woods 37

MSD
1st quarter 28
2nd quarter 41
3rd quarter 60
4th quarter 76

MSD points
Raegan Hendrix 28 points
Alexis Roberts 19 points
Nilah Orey 14 points
Korienea Guy 11 points
Tamera Grant 4 points

Record: 10-1
Next Game 1/5&6/2018 at Arkansas SD

Now We are taking Christmas & Holiday break…

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Mississippi boys’ basketball

66-62 (L) – MSD vs. Piney Woods

5-6 record

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Missouri boys’ basketball

Missouri School for the Deaf    6     11     13     5   = 35
Calvary Lutheran JV                      6     15     16   16   =53

MSD boys
Mikal Meriwether – 25 points, 15 rebounds and 1 steal and 1 assist.
Dacota Pierson- 5 points , 4 rebounds, 1 steal and 1 assist .
Hezeki  Smoot – 3 points , 4 rebounds, 3steals and 2 assists
Conner Luper- 2 points , 4 rebounds and 1 steal.

Record  0 – 4

CL boys
Grant Going- 13 points
Sam Owens – 13 points

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Model girls’ basketball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Wednesday, December 13, 2017 at 4:30 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 42

Oakcrest School: 45

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Model wrestling

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Wrestling

Wrestling

Date: Thursday, December 14, 2017 at 4:30 pm

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 36

Covenant Life School: 12

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Model boys’ basketball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Thursday, December 14, 2017 at 6:30 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 31

St. Anselm’s Abbey School: 57

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Ohio Basketball

12/14/17
Genoa Christian Academy at OSD
Girls: GCA 30, OSD 16
Boys: GCA 41, OSD 21

Both are 3-5.

Happy Holidays to you and yours.

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Phoenix football

USA Today video
https://www.usatoday.com/videos/news/humankind/2017/12/14/football-prepares-deaf-students-life-beyond-gridiron/108607374/

a warning:

video may be very slow in loading

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Phoenix Basketball

We played against Academy of Tucson at home.

Girls lost 48-30.  Now 0-7.
Boys lost 68-32.  Now 0-8.

Next up for both teams:  @ Hayden, Friday the 15th.

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Riverside boys’ basketball

CSD-Riverside vs. California Lutheran

CSDR    = 81
CL         = 53

Record: 6-2

Next Game: December 16 vs. CSD- Fremont 2:30 PM.

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St Mary’s boys basketball

The SMSD Bisons took on The Falk JV team this afternoon in their 2017-18
season opener in Gallagher Gym.  The game started off fast with both teams
running the court and playing a fast style of basketball.  Nick Barrus and
Kassim Kassim ran an up tempo and aggressive backcourt.  The frontcourt 
consisted of Christian Lawrence, Ryan Brzezinski and Isa Habeeb.  Dalton
Planty returned to the Bisons squad this season and contributed on both
ends of the court.  The Bisons have a good mix of size and speed this year
and it helped them to a 62-39 win over Falk.  Nick Barrus led all scorers
with 33 points and 7 steals.  Isa Habeeb had a solid performance at center
with 10 points and 8 rebounds.  Adnan Abdi and Givon Blackwell game off
the bench and showed hustle and court presence as well.

Our next game is Thursday, December 21st against NYSSD Rome.

Record 1-0

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South Carolina boys’ basketball

We lost to Whitmire tonight by 42-35. At halftime they led us by 25-20.
Good game tonight. We will be at Whitmire next Wednesday and hope we will
win against them.

2-4 record

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Tennessee basketball

Girls

Jellico 62  Tennessee 29

3-5

Boys

Jellico 59 Tennessee 27

2-6
 

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14

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DeafDigest Sports – December 14, 2017

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

— basketball scores

— wrestling update

— Gallaudet vs Colgate

— two interesting Gallaudet tidbits

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— pro soccer team helped by deaf school
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/bonnie-sloan/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 12/14/17)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Helmet Bowl

Gallaudet vs Colgate

last week Gallaudet defeated Ohio State University

now it is Colgate

go to:
https://twitter.com/helmettracker

and vote for Gallaudet

you can vote once per day

thank you

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Top Women’s NCAA-III sharpshooter

do vote for Gallaudet’s Hannah Neild

https://division3sports.com/2017/12/12/vote-who-is-the-top-sharpshooter-in-d3-womens-basketball/

note:
she transferred to Gallaudet after playing two seasons with
NCAA-II Merrimack College, and is the major reason for
the Lady Bison’s 5-5 overall record; 3-1 conference record.
At Merrimack, she was a full time starter and led the
team in most minutes played on the floor! A big time
gain for Gallaudet, it certainly is!

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Facebook likes

part of newspaper story

LIKING FACEBOOK

Mount Union also went over the 10K mark on Facebook recently. They lead
Division III with 10,494 likes while Gallaudet University is second with
10,203. They’re the only Division III schools to crack the 10K mark.

note:
Mount Union is a football factory, a NCAA-III program masquerading as
a NCAA-I program, whereas Gallaudet is competitive in all sports,
something for the deaf to be proud of.

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Colorado boys’ basketball

12-8-17
CSDB 30
NMSD 56

12-8-17

CSDB 36
ASDB 54

12-9-17

CSDB 35
PDSD 25

DuChea High earned RRC all Star.
CSDB Boys got 3RD Place in Roadrunner Classic at NMSD

12-12-17

CSDB 32
Swallows Academy 52

CSDB-         0        3             15           14= 32
Swallows- 10      17          17              8=52

CSDB- DuChea High 7-5-8-19, Obed Orozco Salais 0-0-0-6, TJ Bannister
1-1-2-3, Vinny Garcia 1-0-0-2, Daniel Cruz 1-0-0-2.
3 point made- Obed Orozco Salais 2.

Record: 2-4

Next game: Cripple Creek Victor at CSDB on 12-19-17

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Lexington boys’ basketball

Lexington Boys decisively beat Hallen 40-24. Hallen is the defending Metro
League champions and is still considered very competitive in Metro League.

Lexington- 6-14-12-8
Hallen 4-3-6-11

Lexington:

Points: Salmon, 16 and Orlang 11
Rebounds: Salmon, 18 and Laikram, A. 8
Steals: Salmon, 3
Blocks: Laikram, J  1

Record: 4-1

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Maryland boys’ wrestling

St. Anselm`s Abbey School @ Maryland School for the Deaf on 12/13/2017.

Maryland School for the Deaf (MSD) vs St. Anselm`s Abbey School (SAAS)

120: Double Forfeit
126: Crosse Herpin (MSD) won by Forfeit.
132: Michael Williams (MSD) won by Forfeit.
138: Quin  Howe (SAAS) won by Forfeit.
145: Alexsander Raimundo (MSD) won over Hollis Howe (SAAS) (Decision 11-6)
152: Sheran Perera (SAAS) won over Maurice Braxton (MSD) (Fall 3:07)
160: Konrad Wampler (SAAS) won by Forfeit.
170: Calvin Johnson (MSD) won by Forfeit.
182: Jason Lombardo (MSD) won by Forfeit.
195: John-Paul Libanati (SAAS) won over Tylique Gross (MSD) (Fall 1:10)
220: Bryan Pineda (MSD)  won by Forfeit.
285: Brody McAfee (MSD) won over Xavier Scott (SAAS) (Fall 2:36)
106: Colton Bazalewski (MSD) won over Issac Smoker (SAAS) (Fall 3:24)
113: Peter Thang (MSD) won by Forfeit.

Final score: MSD won 51-24

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Mississippi boys’ basketball

53-34 (W) – MSD vs. Louisiana SD

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Rochester basketball

part of newspaper story

Scoring stars
Section V boys basketball’s top 10 single-game scoring efforts:

65: Gordon Enderle (Cuba), 1978-79.

62: Tyrone McDaniel (West), 1969-70.

60: Russ Cuffee (Middlesex Valley), 1966-67.

60: Matt Verkey (Mynderse), 1991-92.

58: Rimas Kaukenas (Prattsburgh), 1995-96.

57: Matt Verkey (Mynderse), 1991-92.

56: Brian Quinlan (Dansville), 1994-95.

54: Andy Marchand (C.G. Finney), 2006-07

54: Charles Palmer (Rochester School for the Deaf), 2001-02.

note:
Palmer currently coaches girls’ basketball at his alma mater.
He was the DeafDigest Sports Player of the Year in
boys’ basketball in the 2001-02 season. He played a season
of basketball at RIT and then a season of football at
Gallaudet before moving on.

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St Mary’s basketball

Michigan contacted us and cancelled the basketball games we had
scheduled for this Saturday…Dec 16th
 

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DeafDigest Sports – December 13, 2017

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

— basketball scores

— wrestling update

— Gallaudet vs Ohio State University; Gallaudet wins!

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Deaf Sports Collections update
– wealthy retired deaf pro athlete
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

 

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/group-picture-usa-national-women-soccer-team/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 12/13/17)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Gallaudet defeats Ohio State University

In a national football helmet design contest,
Gallaudet polled 63 percent of votes to
defeat Ohio State, which only polled 37 percent.

It is on to the next round.

DeafDigest Sports is mentioned in these
Helmet Bowl tweets at:
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just scroll down the screen until you see
Helmet Bowl copying DeafDigest Sports’
comments!

DeafDigest Sports did not send that comment
to Helmet Bowl, but the powers of the
google alerted Helmet Bowl people to it.

Anyway, again, please vote for Gallaudet.

Thank you.

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American basketball

12/12

ASD Boys traveled to NYSD (Fanwood) today. The Boys team played without
two key senior starters. Bench players started in their spots and stepped
up today. ASD was able to control the tempo from the opening tip onward.
Dylan Mallach led all scorers with 23 points as the Boys team rolled to a
62-47 victory to move their record to 5-0 on the season.

ASD Girls team traveled to NYSD (Fanwood) today. The girls had just five
players due to injury and available players. The game was closely
contested until the team’s leading scorer suffered an injury in the game
in which ASD was forced to play 4 v 5 for the rest of the game. Fanwood
was able to pull away. With 2 minutes remaining in the game ASD suffered
another injury to a player and the game was called with two minutes to
play. ASD lost 17-35, dropping their record to 4-2 on the season.

12/7

ASD Varsity girls team traveled to face Horace Mann School for the Deaf
and Hard of Hearing. The team was able to control the game immediately.
Girls won 29-13 to up their record to 4-1

ASD JV boys traveled to face Horace Mann School for the Deaf and Hard of
Hearing for their first game of the season. The JV team worked on their
play sets and utilized strong fundamentals taking control of the game and
walking away with a 40-20 victory. JV team record is 1-0.

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Arkansas basketball

Arkansas School for the Deaf (ASD)5 vs Cornerstone Christian (Tillar) –
December 11, 2017

 

Varsity Teams

ASD Girls Beat CCT – 31 to 27

 

ASD Boys Beat CCT – 49 to 26

 

Arkansas School for the Deaf (ASD)5 vs Victory Christian (Camden) –
December 12, 2017

 

Varsity Teams

ASD Girls Beat Victory – 49 to 9

 

ASD Boys Lost to Victory – 44 to 53

 

Now we are taking Christmas and Holiday break.

 

Next game will be January 4, 2018 against Christian Ministries (CMA) at
Hot Springs – 4 Games

 

January 5 to 6, 2018 – Arkansas School for the Deaf will hosting the
Homecoming game at ASD along with Mississippi and Kansas.

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Delaware Basketball

DSD vs. Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)

DSD Girls
DSD 30  FCA 31
Carolyn Russell scored 1,000 career points tonight.
Record 2-2

DSD Boys
DSD 21  FCA 53
Record 0-4

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Eastern North Carolina basketball

part of newspaper story

Hornets’ big 2nd half beats Northeast

The Eastern North Carolina School for the Deaf boys basketball team broke
open what had been a tight game against visiting Northeast Academy in the
first half Monday night as the Hornets outscored the Eagles 19-6 in the
third quarter on the way to a 68-50 triumph.

Jeremiah Deans had a game-high 36 points to lead the Hornets, who remained
unbeaten through eight games, believed to be the best start in school
history. Deans, who also had 16 rebounds, four steals and three assists,
was complemented by Naheim Carlton with 16 points, six rebounds and four
steals and Alfonza Robinson with 11 points, four steals and three
rebounds.

The Eagles were led by J.T. Simmons and Larry Barnes with 13 points each.

Northeast, which fell to 2-6, led by as many as seven points in the first
half before the Hornets trimmed the margin to 27-26 by halftime.

“Northeast presented a tough challenge for us,” Hornets head coach
Leonard Baker said. “Our kids showed a lot of toughness and heart in the
second half. The game was much closer than the final score. We are real
proud of the progress of this team. We can’t get satisfied and we have
to keep getting better.”

The Hornets will visit North Carolina High School Athletic Association 1-A
member Creswell High on Wednesday.

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Florida girls’ basketball

This night, Lady Dragons were outplayed everywhere by St. Joseph Academy.
We can see the weariness of our player after 3 games weekend in Alabama
then another game yesterday and another one tonight. Most players blamed
the new shoes which were not broken
into yet. Basically, we did not “show up”.

Lourdine Jordonne: 6 points
Ja’Myra Harris: 4 points
Shanna Cooley: 2 points
Olivia Brown: 2 points

Record: 3 – 6

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Florida boys’ basketball

Dragons 32
St. Joseph’s Academy 58

Halftime score: FSDB 14-42 SJA

We came out flat for this game and had no energy.  We will forget about
this game and take advantage of our 2 days of practice to get ready for
the rest of the season.

Season record: 4-5

Next game: Holiday Classic on 12/18 at Countryside Christian in
Gainesville.  2 games: 2pm vs Newberry Christian and 5pm vs Countryside
Christian.

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Georgia basketball

GSD VS VALLEY HEAD HIGH SCHOOL (VHHS)
GIRLS:
GSD – 39….CLAY – 14, JOHNSON – 11, REYNOLDS – 6, HALL – 6, DePRINCE – 2
VHHS – 43
RECORD: 5-2-0

BOYS:
GSD – 43….BROWN – 27, GREEN – 16
VHHS – 72
RECORD: 0-7-0

NEXT GAME WILL BE AT THE KENTUCKY CLASSIC IN DANVILLE, KY. VS KENYUCKY, ATLANTA AREA, ILLINOIS 1/5-6/18

MAY EVERYONE HAVE A SAFE AND WONDERFUL CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR HOLIDAYS!!!!

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Iowa boys’ basketball

ISD 32  Cornerstone Christian 65

we are now 0-6

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Iowa girls’ basketball

Lost to Cornerstone Christian last night.

Record is now 0-6

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

Kentucky School for the Deaf vs Frankfort Academy in Frankfort, KY.

KSD – 3 8 0 16- 27
FCA- 17 12 10 9- 48

KSD (0-9) -Yance 8, Ward 12, Collins 2, Rhodes 2, Haynes 3.

FCA- Sams 3, Kincaid 10, Barron 2, Samons 7, Vebel 6, Semones 6,
Riddorikheff 8, Watson 4, Foster 2.

KSD had to play without its leading scorer, Aaron Howard and Jordan Dorn,
both out due to illnesses. KSD had a season-low 14 turnovers but it
wasnяяt enough to beat Frankfort. KSD was able to make a run of 16-9
after switching to man and man defense in the final quarter.

Richard Ward- 12 points and 14 rebounds. Second KSD player with
doubles-doubles this season.

Gerod Haynes scoring for the first time this season with a three pointer.

Payne Yance 8 pts, 1 assist and 1 steal.

Next game- on January 5th.

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Marie Philip girls’ basketball

Tuesday 12/12/17: MPS @ Bradford Christian Academy (W 38-16)

Upcoming game: Thursday, 12/13/17 at Winchendon.

Record: 5-0 (GIL 2-0)

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Michigan girls’ basketball

Today we lost to Valley 13-27. Wendy Chicky lead her team in points and
rebounds with 10 points and 7 rebounds. Allison Blair got her 3 points as
well. It was our first game at home as next game will be on December 19,
against once again Valley which it will be away game.

0-1 record

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Mississippi girls’ basketball

Varsity Girls Basketball

Mississippi School f/t Deaf 57
Louisiana School f/t Deaf 25

MSD
1st quarter 13
2nd quarter 23
3rd quarter 42
4th quarter 57

MSD points
Alexis Roberts 23 points
Korienea Guy 12 points
Raegan Hendrix 10 points
Nilah Orey 7 points
Tamera Grant 4 points

Record: 9-1
Next Game 12/14, Piney Wood @ Msd

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Missouri basketball

Boys

New Bloomfield JV  10   16   12    6    = 44
MSD                               9     12     7    12  = 40

Missouri School for the Deaf
Mikal Meriwether- 21 points,  14  rebounds, 2 steals, and 1 block.
Hezeki Smoot- 10 points and  6 steals.
Dacota Pierson -7 points,  3 rebounds and 5 steals.

Record- 0-3

New Bloomfield JV
Kaleb Brandt- 15 points
Tanner Payne 10 points
Keaton Herron 12 point.

Girls
New Bloomfield JV  46
MSD                                4

MSD
Delanzia Hayes 4points and 5 rebounds
Melissa Davis    7 rebounds and assist
Record 0-3

New Bloomfield JV
Kylie Quinn 13 points
Melunna Branch 15 points

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Nodel wrestling

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Wrestling

Wrestling

Date: Tuesday, December 12, 2017 at 4:30 pm

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 39

Washington Latin Public Charter School: 6

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Model girls’ basketball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Tuesday, December 12, 2017 at 4:30 pm

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 52

Edmund Burke School: 8

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Model boys’ basketball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Tuesday, December 12, 2017 at 5:30 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 29

Sandy Spring Friends School: 94

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New Jersey basketball

Boys
November 30th

@ NJSD 16
PSD  45
Naim Webb lead the team with 6 points, 2 rebounds, 1 assist and 1 block.
Chris Brown added 4 points, 1 rebounds, 2 assists, and 1 block.

Girls
@ NJSD 20

PSD  37
De’Avian Watson lead the team with 15 points, 8 rebounds, 7 blocks and 3
steals. Alexis Holland added 4 points, 5 rebounds and 6 steals.

December 4
Girls
@ Wilburforce Charter  45

NJSD  2

The first game for our very young girls team was not good. Wilburforce
continued to steal and fast break the entire game. Our starting point
guard
was out sick and the only point of the game came from Alexis Holland. A
very frustrating game for the Lady Colts.

Boys
@ Wilburforce Charter  41
NJSD 29

Naim Webb lead the Colts with a double double – 10 points, 14 rebounds, 2
blocks and 8 steals. Nasir Gurganus added 6 points, 5 rebounds and 4
blocks. Evan Bell had 5 points and 5 steals.

21st Tip Off Tournament @ NJSD

Girls
December 8th

NJSD 21

RISD  5

December 9th
Championship Game
NSJD 14
DSD  42

Season Record: 1 – 3

Boys
December 8th
NJSD 26
RISD  19

Naim Webb lead the team with his second double double in three games with
13 points, 24 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 blocks and 4 steals. Chris Brown
added
6 points, 13 rebounds, 1 block and 2 steals.

December 9th
Championship Game
NJSD  61

RSD 42
This game was close until the Colts had a 24 point third quarter. The
combination of Naim Webb, Chris Brown and Nasir Gurganus pulled the Colts
ahead for good. Those three all scored in double digits along with Stanley
Uka.  Naim, Chris, and Nasir all recording double doubles. Naim had 20
points, 19 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 block and 4 steals. Nasir had 10 points,
13 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 block and 4 steals, all a career high as he is a
freshman. Chris Brown had 15 points, 13 rebounds, 3 assists and 3 steals

all career highs. Stanley Uka chipped in 10 points and 5 assists. A great
win for the Colts and the first time they have won since 2012!

Season Record: 2-2

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Ohio basketball

Village Academy at OSD

Girls: Village 53, OSD 14
Boys: Village 34, OSD 31

Both dropped to 3-4 after the losses.

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Oklahoma girls’ basketball

20-22 Lost

record 1-7

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Phoenix basketball

In a home opener,

Girls lost to Anthem Prep, 50-25.  Now 0-6.
Boys lost to North Phoenix Prep, 51-40.  Now 0-7.

Next up for both teams:  vs. Academy of Tucson, Thursday, Dec. 14th.

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Rochester girls’ basketball

Game 3: The Wildcats traveled to New Jersey School for the Deaf for
Tip-Off Tournament.  The Wildcats played the first game against Delaware
School for the Deaf. We start off only score 4 in the first half.  We
figured it out to play better in the 2nd half to score 18 in the 2nd half
to finished 39-22 lost to Delaware. Emma Kane scored 10 and hit 3 points
twice. McKenna Girod added 6 points and 9 rebounds.

Game 4: We played against Rhode Island School for the Deaf for 3rd place
in
Tip Out Tournament. We won 25 to 15 to grab a 3rd place for the
tournament.
Emma earned all-star for the tournament after total 17 points in 2 games.

Record: 2-2

Next game today at 4 pm at St. John Bosco.

Tuesday 12/12/17: MPS @ Bradford Christian Academy (W 38-16)

Upcoming game: Thursday, 12/13/17 at Winchendon.

Record: 5-0 (GIL 2-0)

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South Carolina girls’ basketball

SCSDB- 14
Ware Shoals- 58

Moss- 8 pts
Crute 4 pts
Brown 2 pts
Season record 0-5…  Next game: December 14th, 2017 home vs Whitmire High School

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South Carolina boys’ basketball

Varsity Boys Basketball Score

Ware Shoals – 60
SCSDB – 34

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Tennessee basketball

Girls

Cosby 80 Tennessee 17

Boys

Cosby 74 Tennessee 16

Girls 3-4
Boys 2-5
 

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

— basketball scores

— a broken down car led to a long career

— wrestling update

— Hackney Classic comments

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— deaf 1,000 yard rusher in pro football
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/coach-taking-charge/

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

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Hackney Classic comments

Boys:
This tournament pretty much looks like Clerc because of
these four outstanding teams – Alabama, Florida, Maryland
and Mississippi. Maryland is a Clerc team whereas the three
others are occassional Clerc guests.

These non-Clerc teams were fast and very athletic according
to an observer.

Yet another school, not in the Hackney Classic, seems to
be a threat – Eastern North Carolina.

These four schools will battle it out next month at the
Mason-Dixon boys’ tournament.

Girls:
Mississippi just might be the best non-Clerc team in
the nation. They fought tooth and nail with Maryland
before losing in a close game.

The team is young and figures to be very strong for
the next several seasons.

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Alabama basketball

Lady Warriors

Victory Christian 32  Alabama 18
Mississippi 52  Alabama 10
Florida 32  Alabama 24

Season record: 3 – 9

Silent Warriors

Victory Christian 44  Alabama 34
Mississippi 63  Alabama 48
Maryland 57  Alabama 29
Alabama 46  Florida 31

Season record: 7 – 6

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Delaware Basketball

DSD vs. PSD

Girls Basketball
DSD 29  PSD 49
Record 2-1

Boys Basketball
DSD  19   PSD  52
Record 0-3

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Eastern North Carolina basketball

encsd boys won against northeast prep 68-50  (8-0)

encsd girls lost against northeast prep. (2-6)

next game Creswell (12/13)

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Florida girls’ basketball

Two weeks ago, the Varsity Lady Dragons played against Taylor Pierson, and
we lost by 6 points (27 to 21). Tonight, we won against them! The score
was 38 to 22. We improved our offense as we were able to make some good
plays. We will play at St.
Joseph’s Academy tomorrow at 3:30 PM.

Lourdine Jordonne: 15 points

Oceana Brown: 13 points

Olivia Brown: 8 points

Ja’Myra Harris: 2 points

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Florida boys’ basketball

Dragons 58
Taylor HS 48

Halftime score: FSDB 28-20 THS

We accomplished two things tonight: Kept our home record unblemished and
snapped our 4-game losing streak.  We exploded in the 3rd quarter with 26
points to bust the game open and enter the 4th period with a 54-31 lead. 
Our backups played pretty much
the entire final stanza.  It was good for them to get extensive playing
time.  It will pay off down the road.

Points: Samy Vital 11, Quintin Galpine 8, Wallace Burrell 12, Enow Otto 4,
Yahir Rodriguez 13, Cody Newsome 4, Josiah Roberson 2, Kyle Prinzler 2,
Walter Douglas 2.

Season record: 4-4

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Fremont boys’ basketball

CSD Classic-

12/7/17 Lost to Impact                                50-54 (OT)
12/8/17 Won vs Valley Christian- Dublin               45-43
12/9/17 Lost to Leadership                            29-51

Overall Record- 1-5

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Georgia basketball

SD vs Gaylesville High School (GHS)
JV boys:
GSD – 21…JOHNSON – 12,LANG – 7, RODRIGUEZ – 2
GHS – 42
RECORD: 0-4-0…. NEXT GAME VS EXCEL CHRISTIAN, 1/8/18

Varsity Girls:
GSD – 33… JOHNSON – 19, CLAY – 8, HALL – 2, BENNETT – 2, REYNOLDS – 2
GHS – 32
RECORD: 5-2-0 …NEXT GAME VS VALLEY HEAD HIGH, 12/12/17

Varsity Boys:
GSD – 32…BROWN – 25, ROYAL – 7
GHS – 67
RECORD: 0-7-0 …NEXT GAME VS VALLEY HEAD HIGH, 12/12/17

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Kentucky sports

a broken car led to a long coaching and athletic career

His car broke down in Kentucky nearly 30 years ago. He got a job and stuck
around.

full story at:
http://www.kentucky.com/sports/high-school/prep-basketball/article189205799.html

note:

At Gallaudet Billy Lange was one of the best quarterbacks
in campus history. Opponents feared his long-range
touchdown bombs. Unfortunately, an injury cut short his
promising Gallaudet career, not just in football but
basketball, too.

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Lexington wrestling

Lexington Blue Jays Wrestling

December 8, 2017, Friday,  4:15PM

*Collegiate (New York, NY)                     – 33
*Lexington School for the Deaf, (NY)   -18

145 H. Suttan (Collegiate) defeats Patel (Lex) fall 3:14
152 H.Kussie  (Collegiate) defeats Martinez (Lex) by decision 9-10
160 Rashid (Lex) defeats  (Collegiate) forfeit
170 Diaz (Lex) defeats N. Boyd (Collegiate) fall 3:58
182 Safi (Lex) defeats (Collegiate) forfeit
Our record now go to 1-4

Our next match game will be on Saturday, December 16th at Trinity for Quad-dual Meeting

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Marie Philip boys’ basketball

12/8 MPS 66 NYSD 35 @ MPS

MPS boys got off with good start and lead all the way 37-11 in half time.
We continued playing great till the end of game with score of 66-35.
Junior, Kacey Monahan and Senior, Dylan Christoffels shared 20 points each
while Kacey had 21 rebounds and Dylan with 6 assists.

12/11 last night, Lexington Christian Academy 61 MPS 44 @ MPS

LCA’s strong 5 players mastered our boys at the end of the game. They kept
going on press defense on us. We tried our best to keep the game close as
we led most in first half but were down by 5 in halftime. Then onto second
half we came back within 1 point down. All of sudden we made several
turnovers that resulted their able to go on fast breaks. It was a very
learning experience for us in that game which we know that LCA was former
champion of NEPSAC Class D two years ago. They had a group of basketball
players. We are still proud of ourselves for our hard work all the way.

Dylan led with 15 points and Kacey made some key rebounds.

Next opponents:

12/13 Away game vs. Commonwealth at 3:30pm

12/14 Away game vs. Chapel Hill Chauncy Hall at 5pm

Record now 3-2; MBIL 1-0.

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Marie Philip girls’ basketball

12/8/17: MPS vs New York School for the Deaf (W 37-34)

Upcoming games of the week:
12/12/17 @ Bradford Christian Academy
12/14/17 @ Winchendon

Record: 4-0 (GIL 1-0)

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Maryland boys’ basketball

December 11, 2017

Maryland School for the Deaf @ Mt. Airy Christian Academy

              1     2     3     4    =  Total
MSD   -  8   18     2   14    =   40
MACA -  8     8   14   12    =   42

Halftime -  MSD led 26-16
MSD ORIOLES

John Werner, Jr. – 10 points, 3 rebounds, 3 assists, 4 steals
Rory Lewis – 10 points, 4 rebounds
Esteban Kovacs – 3 points, 4 assists, 3 steals
Stefan Anderson – 9 points, 11 rebounds
Jason Werner – 8 points

Team Total FG:  16
Team Total 3FG:  2 (Kovacs, Lewis)
Team Total FT:  6-11

MACA LIONS

Michael Faragalla – 8 points
Xavier Marmol – 4 points
Mark Webster – 8 points
Austin Finch – 9 points
Will Brethaur – 13 points

Team Total FG:  17
Team Total 3FG:  2
Team Total FT:  6-12

Record: 5-1

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Maryland girls’ basketball

Maryland School for the Deaf @ Mount Airy Christian Academy

             1     2    3     4  =  Total
MSD -   20   3   18   12   =  53
MACA – 6    12   5    17  =   40

MARYLAND ORIOLES

A. Glennon – 1 rebound
S. Herzig-Wilcox – 6 points, 9 rebounds, 1 steal, 1 assist
A. Patterson – 2 rebounds, 1 steal
C. Perry – 19 points, 10 rebounds, 6 steals, 2 assists, 1 block
R. Guettler – 14 points, 6 rebounds, 4 steals, 1 assist
H. Johnston-Shaw – 2 points, 2 steals
E. Beldon – 6 points, 5 steals, 2 assists
M. Luebehusen – 2 points, 4 rebounds
E. Kovacs – 4 points, 5 rebounds, 1 steal, 1 assist

Team FG:  23
Team 3-FG:  0
Team FT:  7-14

MT AIRY

Gilbert – 4 points
Shaffer – 2 points
D’ambrosio – 10 points
Bowen – 11 points
Eppich – 13 points

Team FG:  17
Team 3-FG:  1 (Eppich)
Team FT:  3-9

Record: 4-1

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New Mexico basketball

What a fantastic weekend!  Parents, family, fan, alumni, and staff
witnessed our boys winning the Roadrunner Classic championship. (ASDB 42 
NMSD 61)  Congratulations to our boys basketball team!  I am heartbroken
for our girls, they lost by 1 point against ASDB in the championship game.
(ASDB 14  NMSD 13). The girls received the 2nd place award while the
Academic Bowl team placed 3rd. Our Roadrunners also showed their GREAT
class and sportsmanship on and off the court during RRC weekend!

All tourney honors
Freshman Victoria Baca
Sophomore Lindsay Hand
8th grade  Bruce Brewer Jr.

MVP of Tournament: Junior Deven Thompson

THE RRC Classic was very successful.  Many thanks and hats off to our
awesome RRC chairperson Kim Olivas and her committee & volunteers. Also
thanks to  the maintenance dept., cafeteria staff, housekeeping, and
security.  Many thanks to all!  HAPPY HOLIDAYS :)

girls’ scores
Friday, December 8th
NMSD 33  PDSD 12

Saturday, December 9th
ASDB 14   NMSD 13

boys’ scores
Friday, December 8th
PDSD 23  NMSD 62
CSDB 30  NMSD 56

Saturday, December 9th
NMSD 61  ASDB 42

Boys- 5-1

Girls 2-3

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Oklahoma girls’ basketball

Osd vs Turner

12-48

Our record is 1-5

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Oregon girls’ basketball

part of newspaper story

On Thursday of last week, Jewell led 15-0 after one quarter in a 48-16
league win over Oregon School for the Deaf.

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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

WPSD 25 – Trinity Christain 32

Records
Won 4
Lost 1

Points
Cheyenne Sloan – 12
Danielle Fisher – 9

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Western Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

@ Calvary Baptist Academy

WPSD 44 – CB 32

C. D’Amore – 16 pts

Record 3-2, League 0-1
 

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