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DeafDigest Sports – January 25, 2018

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

 

 
— basketball scores

— Mason-Dixon girls honors

— wrestling updates

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— past NCAA-I athletes at Gallaudet
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/one-of-gallaudet-starters/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 01/25/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Mason-Dixon girls’ basketball honors

Mason Dixon Awards
Distinguished Service Award –Roger Tullos

4th place –Alabama School for the Deaf
3rd place  – Florida School for the Deaf
2nd – Tennessee School for the Deaf

1st – Mississippi School for the Deaf

The “Camilla A. Ramborger” traveling trophy Mississippi School for the
Deaf

Sportsmanship Award –Florida School for the Deaf

Sportsmanship Travel Trophy Florida School for the Deaf

_Free Throw Champion from Tennessee_- Sydney Renour_
3 point champion from Virginia Danyeal Davis

MVP – Ralph Vice president MS Gulf Coast Nilah Orey

 2018 All Tournament Team
Haliey Robinson  Tenn 
MarCreshia Phillips    Tenn 
Danyeal Davis    Virginia   
Silvia Lara Virginia   
Kate Scott  Louisiana  
Shaniya Guidry   Louisiana  
Nilah Orey  Mississippi
Raegan Hendrix   Mississippi
Alexis Roberts   Mississippi
Olivia Brown     Florida    
Lourdine Jordonne Florida    
Addison Smith    Alabama    
Zackeshia Jordon Alabama    
Jasmine Culpepper Alabama    
Chyna Johnson    Georgia (honorable mention)

Note: Georgia could not participate at the tournament

Out of respect, Chyna Johnson was selected as a honorable mention

She was an all-star past three seasons

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American basketball

ASD Boys Game – ASD sent a mix squad of varsity/jv players to RISD. Tigers
raced out to a 26-6 lead by halftime. Team used a variety of defensive
formats in the second half.  ASD won the game 51-13.

ASD Girls Game – Forfeit due to not enough players to start the game
(Flu). Girls played a scrimmage game against RISD. ASD lost by a score of
14-24.

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Arkansas basketball

Arkansas School for the Deaf (ASD) vs Southwest Christian Academy –
January 23, 2018

 

JR Varsity Team

ASD Girls Lost to SCA – 4 to 34

 

Varsity Teams

ASD Girls Lost to SCA – 28 to 46

 

ASD Boys Lost to SCA – 23 to 57

 

Next game will be Thursday,  January 25, 2018 against Premier High School
in Little Rock only Varsity Boys

 

This weekend Friday and Saturday, January 26th to 27th at Oklahoma School
for the Deaf (Homecoming) including ARK, Kansas, and Missouri.

JR varsity Girls Win 0 Lost 7

 

JR Varsity Boys Win 0 Lost 7

 

Varsity Girls Win 4 Lost 10

 

Varsity Boys Win 3 Lost 13

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Delaware Basketball

DSD vs Tome School

DSD Girls  21  Tome 39
Record 5-5

DSD Boys  17  Tome JV 37
Record 0-10

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Eastern North Carolina boys’ basketball

part of newspaper story

A disturbing trend continued for the Eastern North Carolina School for the
Deaf boys basketball team Tuesday night inside Barney Williamson Gym. The
Hornets, for the second straight game, endured a spate of poor play and
giveaways — both of which led to a 71-31 loss at the hands of North East
Carolina Prep

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Fremont girls’ basketball

California Crosspoint 13
CSD 72

CSD record now stands at 14-6 (5-1 Bay Counties League) on a 4 game
winning streak with 6 games remaining.

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Georgia basketball

vs Atlanta Area School for the Deaf

GSD VS AASD

1/23/18

GIRLS:
GSD – 32… JOHNSON – 10, CLAY – 7,DEPRINCE – 4,REYNOLDS – 4,BENNETT – 2, CASH – 2,SOILBERRY – 2,HALL – 1
AASD – 12
RECORD – 9-3-0

BOYS:
GSD – 53… BROWN – 43, ROYAL – 6, PANTOJA – 4
AASD – 76
RECORD – 1-11-0

NEXT GAME VS GAYLESVILLE HIGH 1/25/18

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Marie Philip boys’ basketball

CCA 49  MPS 44

It was a bittersweet loss for us but at the same time we were happy to see
our player, Dylan Christoffels had reached his 1000th points last night.
Dylan scored quickly all of his 8 points then one point left to go. He
made a good drive to the basket and got a foul. It send him to free throw.
He scored at first try. Finally the 1000th points reached, we stopped the
game for briefly with nice pictures along with parents and teammates.
After that we got back to work. We got back to even the game in halftime
with 26-26.  In second half, CCA scored quickly and lead all the way. We
tried to get back but no luck with our side. They took it a victory from
us.  Kacey Monahan had 24 points and 8 rebounds. Dylan had 15 points and 4
assists. Only three players scored on our team, that was not enough to
help our team to win this game.

Our next game at Waldorf of Mass Bay at 515pm tomorrow.

Our record now is 8-7, MBIL 2-4.

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Maryland wrestling

Maryland School for the Deaf (MSD) 54.00 vs. McLean School of Maryland
(MSOM) 6.00
MSD won 54-6

106: Peter Thang (MSD) won by forfeit.
113: Colton Bazalewski (MSD)  won by forfeit.
120: Double Forfeit
126: Double Forfeit
132: Crosse Herpin (MSD) won by forfeit.
138: Michael Williams (MSD) won by forfeit.
145: Kenny Bissainthe (MSD) won by forfeit.
152: Alexsander Raimundo (MSD) won by forfeit.
160: Calvin Johnson (MSD) pinned over Hunter Ruderman (MSOM) (Fall 1:37)
170: Joseph Schlager (MSOM) pinned over Tylique Gross (MSD) (Fall 0:26)
182: Double Forfeit
195: Bryan Pineda (MSD) pinned over Daniel Adum (MSOM) (Fall 3:25)
220: Double Forfeit
285: Brody McAfee (MSD) pinned over Peter Coccaro (MSOM) (Fall 1:20)

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Mississippi girls’ basketball

Varsity Girls Basketball

Mason Dixon Basketball at MSD

Mississippi School f/t Deaf 46
Alabama School f/t Deaf 11

MSD points
Nilah Orey 13 points  2 blk, 2 stl
Koreiona Guy 11 points
Alexis Roberts 6 points  12 Reb, 1 blk
Raegan Hendrix 6 points 5 Reb, 3 blk
Tamera Grant 3 points
Korea McCray 2 points
Guan Smith 2 points

Record 13-1

1/20/18

Mississippi School f/t Deaf 47
Tennessee School f/t Deaf 32

MSD points
Nilah Orey 20 points  2 Reb, 1 ast,2 stl
Alexis Roberts 14 points  7 Reb, 2 ast
Raegan Hendrix 6 points 4 Reb, 2stl
Koreiona Guy 5 points
Tamera Grant 2 points

       Mason Dixon 2018
Mississippi Girls Champion!!

Record 14-1
Next Game 1/25 Jackson Academy @ MSD

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Model wrestling

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Wrestling

Wrestling

Date: Wednesday, January 24, 2018 at 4:00 pm

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 42

St. Anselm’s Abbey School: 18

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Rhode Island basketball

RISD Boys Basketball

Our Roosters’ boys basketball team played host to American School for the
Deaf — our team started off slow and sluggish and didn’t score until
nearly halfway through the first half. ASD took advantage of this and
jumped out to a commanding lead – they would substitute and use most of
their bench players. ASD won the game by the final score of 51-13.

RISD Boys Basketball Record: 3-13
Next Game: Monday, January 29th vs. West Bay Christian Academy (5:15 P.M.)

RISD Girls Basketball

Unfortunately ASD did not bring enough eligible girls to play a regulation
game and thus forfeited the game. But we permitted them to use their
overage manager as the fifth player so that both teams could gain valuable
game experience from this scrimmage.

RISD and ASD kept the game close until halfway through the second half
when RISD holding a four-point lead, started to find our shooting touch.
Our Lady Roosters went on a 8-2 run, enabling us to pull away and win the
scrimmage 24-14.

ASD – 0 (Forfeit)
RISD – 2

RISD Girls Basketball Record: 3-10
Next Game: Monday, January 29th vs. West Bay Christian Academy (4:00 P.M.)

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Riverside boys’ basketball

CSD-Riverside vs. California Lutheran

CSDR = 17-10-12-14= 53
CL     =  15- 12- 9- 20= 56

Record: 10-6

Next Game: Jan 24 vs. @La. Sierra Academy

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Rochester girls’ basketball

The Wildcats start with only score 14 for the whole first 3 quarters. We
were losing 14-24 in end of third quarter. We were struggling with our
offense since we couldn’t make easy layups and break their defense. We
knew
that we couldn’t answer it for the whole 3 quarters. But again, RSD girls
Basketball team didn’t stop playing in 4th quarter. All of the sudden, The
WIldcats score 14-4 run in 4th quarter to bring us in overtime and won in
overtime.

Final score – 30-28 W

McKenna Girod – 10 points and 15 rebounds
Courtney Gentzke – 8 points and 7 rebounds

The Wildcats host the game against Eugenio team. RSD girls basketball team
learned so much from Eugenio team’s defense almost the whole game. My
assistant coach, Vicki Nordquist and I think it was a great game, even
though we lost the game 29-46. But again, these girls kept playing the
whole game and learned as much as they can from the game.

Courtney Gentzke – 13 points, 5 rebounds, and 5 assists
Julia Ott – 8 points and 3 rebounds

Final score- 29-46 L
Record: 9-3
Next game today vs Destiny at 4 pm

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South Carolina girls’ basketball

SCSDB- 8
Ware Shoals- 48

Season record 0-10

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Tennessee basketball

Girls
Hancock Co 57 Tennessee 28

4-9

Boys
Hancock Co 66 Tennessee 43

2-12

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Texas boys’ basketball

         1st  2nd  3rd 4th  Final
TSD   28   14   14   19     75
SJD    0      2    13   0       15

Current Record: 16-6
District: 2-2
 

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