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DeafDigest Sports – January 10, 2018

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

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

— basketball scores

— three coaching positions at a deaf school

— Gallaudet basketball scores

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— three undefeated state champions facing each other
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/olympic-epee-fencer/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 01/10/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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three coaching positions at deaf school

The Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind Athletic Department is
seeking coaches for the following sports:

  *   Middle School Track Head Coach
  *   Middle School Football Head Coach
  *   High School Football Head Coach

For further information about the coaching position or to make an
appointment for an interview, please contact Cody Kerekes via e-mail,
athletics@csdb.org<mailto:athletics@csdb.org> or videophone, 719-358-2628.

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

GU tripped up on the road to begin new year

LANCASTER, Pa. – A strong start by Gallaudet University was erased by
Lancaster Bible College in the second quarter here Tuesday night in a
North Eastern Athletic (NEAC) women’s basketball game at the Horst
Athletic Center.

Gallaudet (5-8, 3-2 NEAC) took a 13-7 lead and later increased it to 16-9
before Lancaster Bible (7-7, 5-0 NEAC) responded. The Chargers trimmed the
lead to three, 18-15, after the first 10 minutes of play.

GU built its lead to 22-18 to start the second quarter before Lancaster
Bible went on a 15-0 run and took a 37-27 lead into halftime.

The Bison were outscored 39-26 in the second half including the decisive
fourth quarter where LBC scored 19 points to GU’s nine.

Junior guard Sabina Shysh (Tucson, Ariz.) scored a season-high 18 points
as she made 7 of 13 shots from the field. Freshman Emelia Beldon
(Frederick, Md.) added 14 points while junior Hannah Neild (Litchfield,
N.H.) had an off night. Neild only made 2 of 10 shots from the field as
she was held to a career low eight points.

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Bison drop first game of new year to Lancaster Bible

LANCASTER, Pa. – Gallaudet University men’s basketball began the new year
here Tuesday night in a key North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC)
contest against Lancaster Bible College at the Horst Athletic Center. The
Bison came up short and lost the close affair, 78-71.

Gallaudet (2-10, 2-3 NEAC) kept the game close, throughout, but never
regained the lead after it took a 23-20 lead on a made three-pointer by
sophomore guard Noah Valencia (Riverside, Calif.) at the 6:41 mark in the
first half.

Lancaster Bible (9-4, 5-0 NEAC) closed out the first 20 minutes of the
game on a 16-7 run as the host led 36-30 at intermission.

In the second half, Gallaudet kept Lancaster Bible at bay as the lead
never got out-of-reach. The Bison pulled to within three, 62-59, on a made
three-pointer by freshman Preston Kelly (Fishers, Ind.) with 6:06 left in
regulation.

GU never was able to get the lead back.

Valencia made one of his eight shots on the night with 3:55 left to cut
the Charger lead back to three, 68-65, after it jumped up to seven.

LBC closed things out by making free throws down the stretch.

Valencia finished with a game-high 25 points as he made 8 of 12 shots from
the floor including going 4-for-7 from three-point range. Senior forward
Andy Cruz (Bronx, N.Y.) added 15 points while junior Jawaun Jackson
(Downey, Calif.) scored 10.

GU shot 56.3 percent from the field (27 of 48) and three-point range (9 of
16) in the game.

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Atlanta Area

AASD, this past weekend the basketball teams went to Kentucky School for
the Deaf and they had a BLAST even though it was FREEZING. At one point,
it was 0 degrees! Both basketball teams were not used to playing more than
one games so they were tired. Thankfully, they had one day of rest
yesterday because they needed it from playing hard and lack of sleep :)  
We played against KSD and GSD more than once because Illinois School for
the Deaf were unable to come due to their weather conditions.

Highlights:

·         Marquise King broke his own record twice for most points in a
game over the weekend.

·         Last November, he broke Jesus O.’ record of 35 points and
Marquise scored 36 points.

·         First game on Saturday, Marquise scored 37 points and then the
last game, he scored 38 points.

·         Myles Morman scored 3 threes :)

·         Ahmeen definitely put a show with his fancy dunks that everyone
enjoyed :)

·         Ahmed, Ahmeen and Marquise received “All Team” Award. (Top
three overall players on the team)

·         Tatiana, Shar, and Rusia received “All Team” Award.

·         The boys team were undefeated with the record of 4-0

·         The girls team battled and were 1-2

Here are the results:

BOYS:

v  Vs. KSD

o   Won 62-31

o   Ahmeen scored 27 points with 13 rebounds

o   Marquise scored 24 points

v  Vs. GSD

o   Won 73-57

o   Marquise scored 37 points

v  Vs. KSD

o   Won 62-48

o   Jamaria Dixon scored 21 points

§  His highest points in game in his career :)

v  Vs. GSD

o   Won 86-66

o   Marquise scored 38 points

o   Ahmeen scored 18 points with 17 rebounds

o   FUN FACT: GSD player, DeMarco #10 broke his own record twice also for
most points in a game- 1st game: 55 points and then he scored 61 out of 66
points in this game! Proud of him!

GIRLS: 1-2

v  Vs. KSD

o   Won 20-18

o   Brianna scored 9 points

o   Tatiana scored 6 points

v  Vs. GSD

o   Lost 22-40

o   Brianna scored 15 points

v  Vs. KSD

o   Lost 20-27

o   Tatiana scored 9 points

o   Brianna scored 6 points

We had so much fun and we are looking forward to many more basketball
tournaments in the future. Thank you for your continuous support for our
players and we hope to see you tomorrow night for our DOE Exhibition game
at 5:30pm.

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Florida girls’ basketball

FSDB Girls at Oak Hall

We got off in fast track leading 6-0 then some mental mistakes. However we
managed to score points that we struggled in the past.  After 2 weeks of
no practice, girls remained upbeat and played hard. Sure are proud of
girls, a total of 7 ice packs were
needed after the game. LJ continues to improve and become an inside
threat. The final score was 33 to 65.

Lourdine Jordanne 17 points
Ja Myra Harris 8 points
Olivia Brown 4 points
Samantha Suarez and Keliah Williams 2 points each

3-10 record

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Fremont girls’ basketball

Fremont Christian 39
CSD 37

Record: 9-4 going into Clerc Classic

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Fremont sports

Our student-athletes and their coaches have been sacrificing practicing
hard here during the last week of the break getting ready for the Clerc
Basketball and Cheerleading Classic this week and Willigan Wrestling
Tournament next week!  At Clerc, for those wishing to avoid the cold back
east with the comforts of your couch, there will be Pay-Per-View
livestreaming for the contests at
https://www.mssdclercclassic.org/livestream-1https://www.mssdclercclassic.org/livestream-1

Remember, aren’t you lucky and proud to be an EAGLE!
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Tuesday January 9
Varsity Girls Basketball HOME GAME
vs Fremont Christian, 4pm

Varsity Boys Basketball HOME GAME
vs Fremont Christian, 5:30pm

*CSD Admission $3 General, $2 Seniors/Students, CSD Students Free
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Thursday January 11
Varsity Girls Basketball @ Clerc Classic
vs Model Secondary School for the Deaf, 5:15pm EST

Varsity Boys Basketball @ Clerc Classic
vs Texas School for the Deaf, 7:00pm EST

Clerc Classic Admission -
Combo $45/35/25, Per Day – $25/20/15, Pay Per View – $7, Under 10 Free
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Friday January 12
Varsity Girls Basketball @ Clerc Classic
vs Maryland School for the Deaf, 5:15pm EST

Varsity Boys Basketball @ Clerc Classic
vs TBA

Clerc Classic Admission -
Combo $45/35/25, Per Day – $25/20/15, Pay Per View – $7, Under 10 Free
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Saturday January 13
Varsity Cheerleading @ Clerc Classic
Cheerleading Competition, 12:45pm EST

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Iowa Girls Basketball

Underwood 53  Iowa Girls 11
Record 0-10

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Marie Philip boys’ basketball

After a long layover from our xmas break and the snowstorm, ASD and MPS
boys looked rusty on playing basketball but in the second half they played
better. We (MPS) had only three practice days in three weeks. It does not
look good to go but we had to do.

Results:  MPS 54  ASD 41

MPS handed ASD’ first losses of the season. We got off with good start but
later in the minutes of first half we didn’t score much. In halftime we
led 24-14. Onto the second half we maintain to control whole the game and
was up by 18 at most then ASD got back to close game. Junior, Kacey
Monahan led the team scoring with 23 points, 15 rebounds and 5 blocks. 8th
grader, Kyle Florio put his best game of the season with 19 points, 4
rebounds and 3 assists. He scored 3 out of 4 shots on trey area. Senior
Dylan Christoffels didn’t have his best shooting day but he contributed to
different role of the game by 10 rebounds, 9 assists and 2 steals.

Our next opponents for this week are: Friday at BUA @ 5pm

                                                                    
Saturday at MPS vs. Lexington School for the Deaf at 330pm.

Record 6-4, MBIL 2-2

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Missouri basketball

Girls
MSD                2    11   6    7 = 26
Higbee JV     15   14  10  2 = 41

MSD
Delanzis Hayes     17 points, 8 rebounds and 3 steals
Cristin Khol        5 points ,5 rebounds and 3 steals
Sara farmer       2 points, 4 rebounds
Melissa  Davis   2 points and 3 rebounds

Record 0 – 5

Higbee jv
Devin Clark  11 points
Madison Welch  9 points

Boys

MSD          4     2      7    5    = 18
Higbee   17     17  14  7     =  55

MSD
Dacota Pierson -  8 points, 3 rebounds and 3 steals
Mikal Meriwether- 6 points, 13 rebounds, and 2 steals
Damar Washington- 2 points , 2 rebounds, and 3 steals

Record 0-6

Higbee
John Schell         16 points
William Gibson  9 points

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Oregon basketball

newspaper scores

boys:
Crosshill Christian 102, Oregon School for Deaf 33

girls:
Crosshill Christian 29, Oregon School for Deaf 5

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Rochester girls’ basketball

The Wildcats went to Hope Hall School for basketball game. We started with
19-4 in first halftime. We kept leading for the rest of the game. McKenna
Girod scored 12 and 8 rebounds. Courtney Gentzke score 10 points.

The final score is 37-16

Ailani Johnson – 5 points and 4 steals
Emma Kane – 6 points
Shanya Alvarez – 4 points and 8 rebounds

Record: 6-2

Next game tomorrow vs St. Mary’s School for the Deaf at 3 pm

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South Carolina girls’ basketball

SCSDB- 10
Calhoun Falls- 46

Record 0-8
Next game vs Dixie High School on Thursday, January 11th

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St Mary’s girls basketball

The lady Bisons finally had their first game of the season today against
Central Baptist. After several cancelations these girls were a little
nervous but ready to see what they could do. They came out strong in the
1st quarter and kept it close throughout the first half, But after dealing
with strong pressure from the other team they quickly fell behind. Kioney
Alvira-Juardo lead the team both as the point guard and as our leading
scorer with a total of 24 points. Elise Watson was a major help both
offensively and defensively and Emma Foster came out strong as an
aggressive (but controlled) defender. Shout out to Tatyana Bean for making
her first points of the season with a far outside shot late in the 3rd
quarter. Though the score says they lost, still congratulate these girls.
They’ve really learned to play as a team and no one left the court as
discouraged as they could have. We’ll have another chance to see what we
can do this Thursday in Rochester for the I-90 classic. Hopefully we can
learn from this game and go in strong Thursday.

Game: SMSD vs Central Baptist 32:61

0-1 record

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St Mary’s boys basketball

The Bisons finally took to the court after a long layoff.  Due to severe
winter weather, the last 4 games scheduled were cancelled.  The Bison
missed games against Michigan, Rome, Fanwood and Pennsylvania.  The Bisons
traveled to Falk in what proved to be another physical match up against
the Falcons.  It was a fast paced game for 32 minutes with many lead
changes.  Kassim Kassim finished with 2 points and continued to create
chaos on defense.  Nick Barrus led all scorers with 14 points and 
orchestrated the offense.  Christian Lawrence had 11 points and 12
rebounds along with Dalton Planty who scored 10 points and had 6 rebounds. 
Isa Habeeb finished with 6 points and 5 boards.  Ryan Brzezinski played
well defensively and used his size down low to help us win the rebound
battle.  The Bisons played a very balanced game and showed composure late
in the game as they finished with the win…43-36.

Our next game is Thursday in Rochester as we take on the Wildcats in the
I-90 Classic.
Record 2 wins -0 losses
Coach LeRoy and Coach Carmody

Game: St. Marys Deaf vs Falk JV 43:36

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Texas boys’ basketball

Our last game before Clerc Classic did not go well. We looked ahead, I
thought. We scored zero in the first quarter against John Paul II’s
tenacious defense.

We trailed 20-3 in late second quarter. We executed better and forced OT
at 38 apiece, but we lost 44-40 in overtime.

Hopefully, it is a lesson learned for our boys before we travel to MSSD
and play Fremont on Thursday night at 7 pm.

Record: 13-4
District: 1-1

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Western Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

@ Plants & Pillars

WPSD 51 – P&P 63

K. DяяAmore – 14 pts
D. Harclerode – 14 pts
C. DяяAmore – 11 pts
K. Keracher -10 pts

Record 4 – 5

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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

WPSD 15 – Plants and Pillars 46

Points
Cheyenne Sloan – 5
Dani Fisher – 4

Record
5 won – 4 lost

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Wisconsin basketball

Girls team won 50-41 vs. Union Grove Christian

Record: 5-5

Boys team lost 46-44 vs. Union Grove Christian
Record 3-8
 

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