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DeafDigest Sports – January 29, 2018

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

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

— basketball scores

— deaf baseball player not in hall of fame
(hint, not Dummy Hoy or Dummy Taylor)

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— deaf players in college football bowl games
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/old-timer-baseball-player-better-than-hoy/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 01/29/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Colorado boys’ basketball

1-25-18

CSDB 32
Kiowa 54

CSDB     12           5              6              9= 32
Kiowa    7              19           18           10= 54

Record: 4-7 (2-2)

1-26-18

CSDB 40
Manzanola 73

CSDB                     10           13           12           5= 40
Manzanola          17           20           10           26= 73

Record: 4-8 (2-2)

Next game: CSDB at Miami-Yoder 1/30

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Fremont boys’ basketball

1/23/18-  Making Waves Academy           50- 28 (W)
1/24/18- California Crosspoint                   46-40 (W)
1/25/18- Averroes                                           44-35 (W)

Overall Record- 8- 11
League Record- 3-3

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Georgia basketball

GIRLS:
GSD – 51- JOHNSON – 38, CLAY – 6, REYNOLDS – 4, DEPRINCE – 2, HALL – 1
GAYLESVILLE HIGH – 48
10-3-0

BOYS:
GSD – 19 -  BROWN – 13, ROYAL – 4, DAGGETT – 2
1-12-0

NEXT GAME VS KENTUCKY AT KSD HOMECOMING WEEKEND.

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Lexington boys’ basketball

PSD 31 – Lex 27

Lexington Leaders

Jordan Liakram 8 pts with 8 rebounds

Jayden Orlang 8pts

Steve Salmon 8 pts

Aaron Liakram 9 rebounds

Record – 6-7

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Mississippi girls’ basketball

Varsity Girls Basketball

Mississippi School f/t Deaf 29
Indiana School f/t Deaf 60

MSD points
Alexis Roberts 24 points
Nilah Orey 2 points
Koreiona Guy 3 points

Record 15-2
Next Game 2/1 @ Piney Wood

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Missouri basketball

Girls
Arkansas School for the Deaf    8     11    10   10 =  39
Missouri School  for the Deaf    5       4     6       9 = 24

MSD girls
Delanzia Hayes  21 points, 8 rebounds, and 6 steals
Cristin Kohl  3 points , 2 rebounds, and 3 steals

Record 1 – 10

ASD girl
Mikka Coburn 17 points

Boys

Arkansas School for the Deaf     10    11     10    19  = 50
Missouri School for the Deaf      18      4     14    10   = 46

MSD had cost game by 22 turnovers

Dacota Pierson- 20 points and 3 steals
Mikal Meriwether  19 points and 11 rebounds

Record 1- 10

Arkansas
Shaq Robinson  20 points

On January 27  8:30 am

Girls

Kansas School for the Deaf   23    16    16   0 = 55
Missouri School for the Def    8       5     9    2 = 24

MSD girls
Delanzia Hayes -  10 points, 10 rebounds, and 2 assists
Sara Famer    -   8 points and 12 rebounds
Cristin Kohl – 6 points, 4 rebounds, and 4 steals

Record 1 – 11

KSD
Madison Welch 22 points
Kaylee Wells  20 points

Boys

Kansas School for the Deaf      14   12   20   16 =  62
Missouri School for the Deaf     8   15      4   10 =  37

MSD
Mikal  Meriwether   18 points and 17 rebounds
Hezeki Smott             12  points, 3 rebounds, 2 assists, and 2 steals

Record 1 – 11

KSD
Jayman Washington 28 points
January 27   6 pm

Girls
Missouri School for the Deaf      0     2     0 =  2
Oklahoma School for the Deaf  10   17   2 = 29

3rd quarter MSD coach called game due injuries.

MSD girl
Cristin Kohl- 2 points, 6 rebounds, and steal.

Record 1- 12
OSD
Miracle Person- 12 points

Boys
Missouri School for the Deaf       13    14   16    10   =  53
Oklahoma School for the Deaf    16    27   11    15   =  69

MSD
Halftime MSD were behind 19 points. End of 3rd quarter the score was 43 to
53. In the 4 quarter and 5  minutes left the score was 50 to 57. We MSD
could not stop at OSD shooter 3 points.

Mikal Meriwether -  33 points and 23 rebounds
Dacota Pierson -  13 points and 2 steals
Hezeki Smott  – 5 points, 6 rebounds, 3 steals, and 2 assists

Record 1 – 11

OSD
Dylan Evans-  22 points
Isaiah holt- 33 points

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Oklahoma girls’ basketball

Oklahoma vs Kansas School for the Deaf  29-48  Lost

Oklahoma vs Arkansas School fro the Deaf  36-32  Won

Oklahoma vs Missouri School fro the Deaf  29-2   Won   Completed at 3rd
quarter due to too many injuries

OSD record is 3-15

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Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

On Saturday1/27 We had a home game against Lexington. This was intense
game it went back and forth the boys really played there hearts out on
this one . Very proud of them keep the hard work. Scoring leader is Nasir
with double double 19 points 11 rebounds 6 steals while Jacob had 8 points
and 4 rebounds. PSD WON 31-27 in a great game..

Record 9-5

On 1/29, we traveled to CAP for a away game

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Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

On January 27, Lexington came to PSD for a rematch from last week. Just
like last week’s game, it was very competitive. At the end of the fourth
quarter, Lexington scored to tie the game which continued the game into
overtime. In overtime, PSD pulled away by hitting important foul shots
which led PSD to another victory. This is the second time PSD has beat
Lexington! Yasmean Evans had an a double-double by scoring 25 points, 14
rebounds, and 5 steals. Maysan Id-Deen also contributed a double-double to
the win with 10 points and 10 rebounds.

Final Score: 50-44

Record: 12-1

We are so proud of how our girls have been playing this season and so
grateful for the fans who come out to support our Lady Panthers!

Our next game is away at Community Academy of Philadelphia on Monday
January 29.

Our next home game is PSD’s Homecoming on Saturday February 3 at 1:00.
We hope to see PSD students, staff, and alumni at the game!

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a deaf baseball player not in Hall of Fae

part of web posting

Twelve players who spent 10-or-more years in MLB have an adjusted OPS of
160 or higher. Three aren’t in the Hall of Fame: Barry Bonds (182), Mark
McGwire (163), and Pete Browning (163).

Many of you aren’t familiar with the latter, whose mysterious absence in
Cooperstown has nothing to do with PEDs. Here is a snapshot look at the
19th-century legend.

Browning played from 1882-1894, mostly with the Louisville Colonels, with
whom he won two of his three batting titles. He was the first player to
use a bat made by what became the Louisville Slugger company, which was
ultimately named after him. According to his SABR Bio Project entry,
Browning was both deaf and illiterate. He also reportedly battled
alcoholism, once saying “I can’t hit the ball until I hit the
bottle!”
 

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