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Jan
31

2019/01/31

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DeafDigest Sports – January 31, 2019

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– basketball scores

– Gallaudet basketball wins

– random deafsports thoughts

– long time athletic director retires

– school seeks a football game

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 1/31/19)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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seeking a football game

California School for the Deaf is looking for a football game on 9/20 or
10/26 and host or travel the following year.  We will play anybody.
Contact wkeller@csdf-cde.ca.gov

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Gallaudet basketball

men’s
Bison win second straight at home as Gallaudet takes down St. Elizabeth,
83-79

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University men’s basketball team won its second
straight game at home here Wednesday night as the Bison defeated the
College of Saint Elizabeth by four points, 83-79, on Padden Court in the
Field House in a North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) South Division
contest.

Gallaudet (4-15, 4-7 NEAC) led for the majority of the game as St.
Elizabeth (10-8, 5-5 NEAC) was only able to tie the game four times but
never got the lead. GU led 41-27 at the half and scored 42 points in the
second half.

women’s
GU wins fifth straight as Bison clip Eagles

WASHINGTON – A strong fourth quarter led the Gallaudet University women’s
basketball team to an 82-69 win Wednesday night over the College of Saint
Elizabeth in a showdown between the top two teams in the North Eastern
Athletic Conference (NEAC) South Division.

Gallaudet (12-8, 9-2 NEAC), who has won five straight games, flexed its
muscle in the final 10 minutes as the Bison scored 24 points to break open
a six-point game, 58-52. The Bison made 12 field goals as they shot 57.1
percent from the field while St. Elizabeth (8-6, 7-3 NEAC) went cold. The
visiting Eagles only made 4 of 19 shots from the field (21.1 percent) and
if not for 9-for-10 from the free throw line the game would of been a
runaway.

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Arkansas basketball

January 28th Community Christian at ASD

Girls
CC – 32
ASD – 21

Boys
CC – 65
ASD – 41

January 29th – Senior Night
Victory Christian School at ASD

Girls
VCS – 21
ASD – 26

Boys
VCS – 42
ASD – 51

ASD Girls record 2 – 17
ASD Boys record 4 – 17

Next game for Boys, Monday February 4th at Premier

Next game for Girls, Thursday February 7th vs New Mexico at GPSD
Minnesota.

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Lexington boys basketball

Lexington School for the Deaf 26
Winston Prep 17

Record: 12-2

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New Jersey sports

Martha Fowler is retiring as athletic director. Her last
day is today.

Taking over from her for the remaining school year is
Jody Caseiro

Susan Speigel will be athletic director starting September 2019

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Phoenix basketball

Boys
Salome 74, PDSD 36
Record: 2-17

Girls
Salome 38 PDSD 9
Record: 6-17

Up Next:
Western States Basketball Classic at
Washington School for the Deaf
Jan. 31-Feb. 2

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Western Pennsylvania basketball

West Virginia boys

WVSDB 34 – WPSD 58

DAmore – 18 points
Harclerode – 18 points
Keracher – 12 points

Record 10 – 9

MIDDLE SCHOOL BOYS -lost to The Neighborhood Academy, 16-33

LEAGUE RECORD 1-9

OVERALL RECORD 1-12

MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS – did not play

LEAGUE RECORD 0-8

OVERALL RECORD 0-10

JV BOYS – lost to Portersville Christian, 19-38

OVERALL RECORD 3-3

BOYS – lost to Portersville Christian, 30-74

LEAGUE RECORD: 3-4

OVERALL RECORD: 9-9

GIRLS – lost to Portersville Christian, 28-51

LEAGUE RECORD: 0-4

OVERALL RECORD: 6-9

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Wisconsin basketball

Wisconsin varsity basketball games have been cancelled three times in the
past 2 weeks.

Next game on Tuesday vs Union Grove then we will travel to Minnesota for
our annual Great Plains Schools for the Deaf Basketball/ Cheerleading
Tournament on Wednesday.

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random deafsports thoughts

everytime an athletic director retires and someone new
becomes the replacement, there is always a worry for
DeafDigest Sports editor – will the new athletic director
send in the scores and updates? Some retiring athletic
directors explain this with the replacement, and some
of them don’t.

And even when the the retiring athletic director
explains, always some replacements that will listen
and that some won’t!

Deaf athletes lose out on recognition if the
new athletic director don’t send in updates!

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Jan
30

2019/01/30

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DeafDigest Sports – January 30, 2019

barry@deafdigest.com
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Hot DeafSports News at:
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– basketball scores

– Gallaudet honors

– random deafsports thoughts

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 1/30/19)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

Neild selected as NEAC Women’s Basketball Student-Athlete 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 Jan. 28
and Gallaudet University senior guard/forward Hannah Neild (Litchfield,
N.H.) was selected as the NEAC Women’s Basketball Student-Athlete of the
Week for a third time this season.

Neild averaged 26.0 points and 12.7 rebounds as the Bison went 3-0 in NEAC
play last week. On Jan. 21 against Penn College, Neild became the first
Gallaudet player since 2009 to record a triple-double with 23 points, 18
rebounds and 10 assists. The GU senior guard/forward also scored a
career-best 39 points with 12 rebounds at Penn St.-Berks before adding 16
points and eight rebounds at Morrisville State. Neild had 78 points on the
week with 38 rebounds, 17 assists, 10 steals and two blocks.

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Gallaudet women’s swimming

Miller-Notestone earns third NEAC Women’s Swimmer of the Week award

GANSEVOORT, N.Y. – The North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) announced
its conference student-athlete of the week awards for the week of Jan. 29
and Gallaudet University junior Julia Miller-Notestone (Medford, Ore.) was
selected as the NEAC Women’s Swimmer of the Week for the third time this
season.

Miller-Notestone won three events in Gallaudet’s 74-70 win over Sweet
Briar last Saturday. The junior won the 200-yard freestyle with a time of
2:16.34 and was also first to touch the wall in the 100-yard backstroke
(1:09.27) and 500-yard freestyle (6:07.41). This is Miller-Notestone’s
second straight week earning the NEAC Women’s Swimmer of the Week honor.

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Colorado boys’ basketball

Elbert – 44
CSDB – 40

Overall: 6-6
League: 2-2

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Lexington Girls Basketball

Winston Prep at Lexington

WP – 1 – 0 – 0 – 0 = 1
LEX-17- 6 -17- 8 = 48

LEX led at Halftime: 23 – 1

Gigi Zheng – 11 pts, 4 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 block, 3 steals
Dorgianny Flores – 10 pts, 5 rebounds, 3 steals
Ava Vitucci – 7 pts, 3 assists, 2 steals
Juilanna Vitucci – 6 pts, 5 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 block, 2 steals
Alysha Muniz – 6 pts, 4 rebounds,
Heidy De La Rosa – 6 pts, 3 rebounds, 4 assists, 1 block, 2 steals
May Tun – 5 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals
Brianna Roberts – 10 rebounds, 1 steal
Alexandra Quiroz – 8 rebounds, 1 assist
Jayda Merejo – 2 pts, 1 rebound

Record: 10 – 3

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Mississippi School for the Deaf
Varsity Girls Basketball

MSD vs Mt Olive CANCELLED due Winter storm

Next Game 2/4 @ Jackson Academy

Record 13-7

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Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

1/28/19, we traveled to International Christian for the rematch. We were
playing a good first half, which we were leading 25 to 18. Unfortunately,
we let them outbound us in 2nd half and climbed ahead of us. But we
finally woke up but it was too late with a missed game buzzer shot. We
lost 53 to 54.

Jacob Cross lead the team with 25 points and 9 rebounds. Hazim Haroun
notched with a double-double with 11 points and 11 rebounds. Aquil Roane
helped with 6 points and 7 rebounds.

Final score: 53-54

Record: 8-8

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Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

1/28/19,  the Lady Panthers traveled to Christian International School.
Our defense came out ready but struggled to defend against 3 point
shooters. It was a hot game throughout all 4 quarters, but our girls
played tough until the end and came out with a win! Offense showed a
fantastic team effort to bring home a W! In the win, Gia had 9 points and
6 rebounds, Maysan had 8 points and 10 rebounds. Natalya had 7 points and
was the rebound champ with 17 rebounds.

Final score: 25-23

Record: 11-3

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Rhode Island basketball

RISD Boys Basketball

1/24

Our Rooster boys’ basketball team traveled to West Hartford, CT to take on
American School for the Deaf’s JV Boys team. Our team jumped off to a
strong start and was able to maintain control of the lead throughout the
game – while ASD JV Boys team made things exciting in the second half, we
were able to maintain control and broke our five-game losing streak in a
great team win effort.

RISD – 43
ASD – 37

Timothy J. – 16 Points, 8 Rebounds, 7 Steals
Juan F. – 14 Points, 6 Rebounds, 4 Steals
Jayden E. – 9 Points, 11 Rebounds

RISD Boys Basketball Record: 5-9

1/29

Our RISD Boys’ Basketball team played host to Horace Mann School for the
Deaf and held our annual Seniors’ Night ceremony, where we honored three
boys’ basketball student-athletes for their efforts and dedication to the
basketball program over the years.

It was a very nice ceremony and our boys were fired up to win this game
for
our seniors. We got off to a strong start and held a 10-point lead at
halftime while rotating in most of our players. In the second half, we
ramped up the pressure on defense and were able to force Horace Mann into
turnovers, converting them into fast break points. We subbed out our
seniors with less than 2 minutes remaining, giving them the proper sendoff
while getting a sneak peek at what our team next year might look like.

HMS – 13    8   – 21
RISD – 23   17  – 40

Juan F. – 16 Points
Tim J. – 8 Points
Mario P. – 6 Points

RISD Boys Basketball Record: 6-9
Next Game: Wednesday, February 6 vs. Providence Country Day School (3:30
P.M.)

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RISD Girls Basketball

1/24

We were finally able to field a full team, bringing 9 girls to the game
against American School for the Deaf’s girls team. This game would be a
good test for us going up against equal competition and it ended up being
a
defensive battle with baskets at a premium.

We held the lead through halftime – ASD was able to seize the lead away
from us in the third quarter and we struggled offensively and couldn’t get
our lead back, losing the game 16-13.

RISD – 4  6  2  1 – 13
ASD -  4  4  6  2 – 16

Yasmin S. – 11 Points, 6 Rebounds, 6 Steals
Melissa E – 2 Points, 9 Rebounds
Lillian K. – 12 Rebounds, 3 Steals, 3 Blocks

RISD Girls Basketball Record: 4-8

1/29

On January 29th, we invited Horace Mann School for the Deaf to participate
in a girls’ basketball game on the same night we honored our lone senior
manager, who was a vital part of our basketball team for two seasons.

The first half was an offensive struggle for both teams as they committed
a
fair amount of turnovers and missed easy shots. Our coaches instilled some
urgency in our girls, especially with two weeks left in our basketball
season, to salvage and try to finish strong. Our girls responded very well
and we were finally making the shots that we were missing and pulled away
for a 28-8 victory as six out of our nine players made a basket this game.

HMS -  0   8   – 8
RISD -  6  22  – 28

Yasmin S. – 14 Points
Melissa E. – 6 Points

RISD Girls Basketball Record: 5-8
Next Game: Tuesday, February 5 vs. Sophia Academy (3:45 P.M.)

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Riverside Boys Basketball

We lost a good game at United Christian Academy, 53-39.  Record: 1-18 (0-9).

We went to Sherman Indian and lost 50-38.  Record: 1-17 (0-8).

Next up: LAST game of season and Senior Night at home against California
Lutheran, Thursday the 31st.

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Rochester  basketball

Girls:
The wildcats played host to Freedom Village, a team we have not played in
several years so we didn’t know what to expect.  The wildcats came out
strong and took a 16-0 1st quarter lead.  We were able to sub freely
during
the game and everyone got plenty of playing time.  Courtney Gentzke led
with way scoring 14 points.  Others contributing with points included:
Ailani Johnson-2
Avion Henderson-3
Neriyah McPherson-3
McKenna Girod-6
Shanya Alvarez-6
Julia Ott-8

Final score  42-11
record 11-5

Next game is scheduled for Thursday at home for senior night.

Boys:
The Wildcats were in action on Tuesday against Cornerstone. We
started off very slow, perhaps the long weekend made an impact on
us.▒ Coach Palmer got us fired up in the second half and we played
much better but not good enough to pull off the win.▒ We lost 39-37
On Thursday we took on Houghton.▒ We were able to stay with them
through the first 3 quarters but Houghton pulled away in the 4th.

Houghton 48 RSD▒ 27

Record 10-4

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Washington basketball

Lady Terriers 22 vs. Columbia Adventist 50

WSD – 4-3-8-7

Record 5-9 (League 0-6)

Ashantay Truong – 9pts

Tessa Williams

Jennifer Tudor – 4pts

Emma McKinney – 7pts

LeAnna Clearbrook – 2pts

Maya Schaut

Juliana Sanchez

Lora Torres

CAA – 20-11-15-4

Terriers 41 vs. Columbia Adventist 64

WSD – 10-11-12-8

Record 0-12 (League 0-8)

Ramon Varaja

Raymond Singkeo

Osvaldo Cruz – 6pts

Jose Ramirez – 17pts

Juan Ramirez – 16pts

Kevin Diaz – 2pts

Abraham Castro-Reyes

CAA – 25-11-20-8

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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

WPSD 28 – Portersville Christian School 51

Points
Ryane Smalley  – 9
Danielle Fisher – 8
Cheyenne Sloan  – 7

Record
6 won 9 lost

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Western Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

@ Portersville Christian

WPSD 30 – PC 74

DяяAmore – 11 points

Record 9 – 9

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random deafsports thoughts

There is a big difference between deaf high school
basketball and hearing high school basketball.

In all regions, except for the Eastern region, Clerc
and regional tournaments take place in January. Then
for some deaf schools, they deal with season-ending
stretch of games and local league/conference
tournaments.

Hearing tournaments take place at the end of the season.

Big difference, though!

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Jan
29

2019/01/29

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DeafDigest Sports – January 29, 2019

barry@deafdigest.com
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Hot DeafSports News at:
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– basketball scores

– random deafsports thoughts

– new athletic director at Colorado

– Wheelchair basketball, deaf player is the best player on hearing team

– all-time high school leading scorers

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 1/29/19)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Colorado boys’ basketball

Evangelical Christian (Colorado Springs, CO)    34 – 75 L
Arizona School for the Deaf & Blind (Tucson, AZ)        42 – 51 L
Thomas MacLaren School (Colorado Springs, CO)   35 – 64 L
Phoenix Day School for the Deaf (Phoenix, AZ)   46 – 34 W
New Mexico School for the Deaf (Santa Fe, NM)   39 – 64 L
Miami-Yoder (Rush, CO)  52 – 38 W
Deer Trail (CO) 41 – 44 L
Aguilar (CO)    49 – 30 W
Edison (Yoder, CO)      47 – 39 W
Hanover (Colorado Springs, CO)  61 – 43 W

5-5 record

Jaimie Valencia is the new athletic director. His first day
on job was yesterday.

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Florida girls’ basketball

Florida girls’ basketball
The Wildcats were in action on Tuesday against Cornerstone. We started off
very slow, perhaps the long weekend made an impact on us.  Coach Palmer
got
us fired up in the second half and we played much better but not good
enough to pull off the win.  We lost 39-37

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Florida boys’ basketball

Hello Dragon fans! We just got back from the highlight of our season- the
annual Mason Dixon Tournament.  This year it was hosted by Mississippi
School for the Deaf.  We had a smooth trip to and fro and lugged back home
the 3rd place trophy.  Naturally,
we wanted to go back-to-back, but I’ll take a 3rd place finish with our
Sophomore 5 lineup.

Before I go on, Florida was done proud by the championship teams of the
tournament- the Florida Girls team and the Florida Cheerleaders are able
to now call themselves Mason Dixon Champions!  Major kudos to these two
teams!!

We were seeded #4 heading into the tournament.  We cruised past #5
Virginia 44-4 in the first round, fell to #1 Alabama 33-40 in the
semifinals, and then defeated #2 Eastern North Carolina 51-41 in the third
place game.  You can see our individual game
writeups below.  Mississippi edged out Alabama by 2 points in the
championship game.

Allen Rosales represented us in the free throw contest and came out 3rd.
Josiah Roberson was our 3-pt shooting contestant.   Allen, Josiah, and
Walter Douglas garnered All-Tournament honors as voted on by the
tournament’s 11 coaches.

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1/24 vs Virginia:  Won 44-4. Our starters logged 7 minutes of court time
in this game.  Our depth players played a lot in this game and they
performed well.  Here are the players who scored- Marcus Guillou had 9
points, Justin Cabrera 7, Devon Markham 5,
Darith Lopez 4, Bryan Raffa 2, Andre Pellicer 2.  Will Devis did not score
but dished out 3 assists and had 3 steals.

1/25 vs Alabama. Lost 33-40. This was a defensive battle.  We lost to
Alabama by 15 points earlier in the year.  This game was undecided up
until 30 seconds to go.  Hats off to Alabama for making the clutch baskets
late in the game.  Allen Rosales had a
great game with 14 points, 12 rebounds, and 2 blocks.

1/26 vs Eastern North Carolina. Won 51-41.  We clinched 3rd place by
beating ENCSD.  This was a back and forth game up until late in the 4th
quarter.  Our fortunes were reversed from the Alabama game and we were
able to come up with baskets as the game
drew close to the final buzzer.  ENCSD has arguably the best player in the
tournament and is certainly in the top 5 of players in Deaf Schools in
America.  Walter Douglas was tasked with keeping him in check.  He did
admirably even though the player
scored 19 points.  He had to really work for his points and was worn down
at the end.  Our defense throughout the tournament really impressed the
spectators.  As a team, we totaled 15 assists on 23 baskets.  We had 3
players nab double digit rebounds- AJ
Rosales pulled down 13 rebounds, Matthew Guillou had 11, and Walter had
10.

Season record: 8-10

Next games: Today, 1/28 at HOME vs First Baptist Church Palm Coast at
7:30.  Tuesday, 1/29 we will play Beacon of Hope at Solomon Calhoun Gym at
7:30.  Thursday, 1/31, we will host SJCD at 7:00.

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Fremont sports

The Eagles will head to the last week of league play in Basketball,
Cheerleading, and Wrestling where we will be busy before we head into
league playoffs next week and then the Northern Coast Section.

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Georgia basketball

GIRLS AT MASON DIXON
1/24/19
GSD – 34, WILLIAMS – 16, CLAY – 14, BENNETT – 4
NCSD – 10

GSD – 14, CLAY – 6, BENNETT – 6, WILLIAMS – 2
MSD – 51

1/25/19
GSD – 31, CLAY – 23, WILLIAMS – 6, BENNETT – 2
VSDB – 16

1/26/19
GSD – 32, CLAY – 22, BENNETT – 6, WILLIAMS – 4
LSD – 29

RECORD: 2-12-0
NEXT GAME VS JACKSONVILLE CHRISTIAN  1/31/19

BOYS AT MASON DIXON
1/24/19
GSD – 15, JOHNSON – 14, MOORMAN – 1,
TSD – 70
1/25/19
GSD – 46, JOHNSON – 22, GREEN – 19, MOORMAN – 5
SCSDB – 64

RECORD 6-15-0
NEXT GAME VS JACKSONVILLE CHRISTIAN  1/31/19

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Indiana girls’ basketball

lost 61-51 to Dugger Union

14-8 record

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missouri school for the Deaf boys’ basketball

January 26, 2019

Kansas School for the Deaf      11    8    4    6  = 29
Missouri School for the Deaf   14  11  11  10 = 46

MSD

Jayden Riordan -15 points, rebounds, 2 assists and 4 steals.
Mikal Meriwether- 15 points, 7 rebounds, and 6 steals.
Conner Luper – 9 points and 3 steals.
Hezeki Smoot – 5 points and 5 steals

3- 6  Overall 6 – 6

KSD

Tyler Mayfield- 11 points
Tayle McCaskey – 6 points

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Rochester boys’ basketball

Here’s some stats from Game # 16

Game # 16 vs. Hope Hall

Score: 64-80 lost

Led by Thomas with 38 points and 11 steals and 9 rebounds followed by
Mikalo 8 points and 6 rebounds

Player of the game goes to Thomas

Record: 6-11

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Texas girls’ basketball

newspaper rankings

4A TAPPS

1. Lubbock Trinity Christian, 22-8; 2. Austin Texas For Deaf, 28-0; 3.
Colleyville Covenant Christian, 20-6; 5. Lubbock Christian, 23-10; 4.
Houston Lutheran North, 11-9; 6. Boerne Geneva Boerne, 16-10; 7. League
City Bay Area Christian, 16-9; 8. Schertz John Paul II Catholic, 15-10; 9.
Tyler All Saints Episcopal, 13-13; 10. Arlington Grace Prep, 14-11.

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Western Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

Portersville Christian

PC 70 – WPSD 33

Harclerode – 16 points

Record 9 – 8

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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

WPSD 23 – Portersville Christian School 31

Points
Ryane Smalley – 10
Olivia Larson  – 6

Records
6 won 8 lost

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Wheelchair basketball

The Cincinnati Dragons wheelchair basketball team won the Ft Wayne Junior
Regional Championship this weekend.  The team went 5-0 behind the efforts
of Kentucky School for the Deaf sophomore Kerwin Haake who had 64 points
in 5 games including 20 in the championship game.  The Dragons, currently
ranked #10 in the nation, are now 21-7 on the season and have won 3 of the
6 tournaments they’ve entered.

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all-time high school scorers

from a posting today

4. Bennie Fuller, 4,896 points from 1968 to 1971, Arkansas School for the Deaf in Little Rock, Ark.

13. Steve Blehm, 3,859 points from 1970 to 1973, North Dakota School for the Deaf in Devils Lake

note:
DeafDigest Sports thinks Fuller played some basketball in junior college but not sure

Steve Blehm enrolled at Minot State University but quickly transferred to Gallaudet
after a semester. He was a 4-season starter with the Gallaudet basketball team,
deadly with his outside shooting when open with the ball.

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random deafsports thoughts

from a tweet

I went to high school in frederick where the Maryland school for the
deaf is. We could never steal signs on their baseball team

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Jan
28

2019/01/28

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DeafDigest Sports – January 28, 2019

barry@deafdigest.com
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Hot DeafSports News at:
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– basketball scores

– random deafsports thoughts

– wrestling update

– Gallaudet swimming

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 1/28/19)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Gallaudet women’s swimming

Gallaudet women’s team swims past Sweet Briar to victory

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University women’s swimming and diving program
defeated Sweet Briar College here Saturday afternoon with a 74-70 win in
the Field House pool.

Gallaudet (2-6) won five of the 10 events that took place against Sweet
Briar (2-11).

Junior Julia Miller-Notestone (Medford, Ore.) led the way with three
first-place victories. Miller-Notestone began the day with a win in the
200-yard freestyle event with a time of two minutes, 16.34 seconds. She
followed that with wins in the 100-yard backstroke (1:09.27) and 500-yard
freestyle (6:07.41).

Junior Jessica Monroe (Senoia, Ga.) won the 100-yard butterfly (1:20.16)
while senior Jana Kiefer (Leander, Texas) took first in the 100-yard
breaststroke with a personal best time of 1:33.57.

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Colorado girls’ basketball

November 29

We opened our season at Shining Mountain with only 5 players suited up and
2 unable to play due to injuries. Shining Mountain got of to a fast start
in the first quarter with the score showing 17 to our 0. We struggled to
get going offensively and were not able to, as we did not score until the
4th quarter with 2 points. Shining Mountain dominated the game scoring
double digits in 3 of their 4 quarters. Junior Priscilla Needs scored our
lone 2 points of the game along with 3 blocks. Senior Rose Longbine had a
defensive game coming up with 3 blocks, 1 steal, and an offensive rebound.
Seniors Chantelle Morales, Daniela Lopez, and Freshman Marie Padilla had a
quiet game with 1 rebound apiece.

Shining Mountain – 45
CSDB – 2

Record 0-1

Coaches Roderick Stickley and Chelsea Elstad

December 4

Our second game of the season we traveled to Deer Trail. We still had only
5 players dressed for the game. Deer Trail started with a strong start in
the first half with the score of 29 to our 2 points. In the second half,
we were able to slow down their offense, unfortunately, that did not give
us a spark for our offense. Junior Priscilla Needs led the way with 6
points, 8 rebounds, and 2 steals. Freshman Marie Padilla scored her first
2 points of her career, along with 2 rebounds, and a block. Senior Rose
Longbine came up big with 14 rebounds (11 of them being defensive
rebounds) and 2 steals. Seniors Chantelle Morales, and Daniela Lopez both
played hard and received 1 rebound a piece. Both of these players may have
not showed up on the stat line, however, their presence in the game was
recognized.

Deer Trail – 47
CSDB – 8

Record 0-2

Coaches Roderick Stickley and Chelsea Elstad

December 6

On our third game of the season on the road, we were headed to Aguilar. We
continued to have a slow start in the first half scoring 7 to Aguilarяяs
32 points. We finished the game scoring our season high points with 21.
Junior Priscilla Needs led the way with 11 points, 3 rebounds, 2 blocks,
and a steal. Senior Rose Longbine scored her first 8 points of the season,
with 4 rebounds, 2 steals, and a block. Freshman Marie Padilla came up
with 4 offensive rebounds and 2 points. Seniors Chantelle Morales and
Daniela Lopez each came up with 1 rebound apiece. This was our last game
to prepare for the RoadRunner Classic in New Mexico.

Aguilar – 50
CSDB – 21

Record 0-3

Coaches Roderick Stickley and Chelsea Elstad

December 14

Our first matchup in the RRC (RoadRunner Classic) was against ASDB. We
came out battling in the first quarter with ASDB leading 8 to our 5
points. Unfortunately, in the second quarter ASDB had found their spark
and continued to dominate us scoring 10 points to our 1. We were unable to
continue to find that fire, to help us on the offensive side of the ball,
as we only scored 10 points to ASDBяяs 11. Senior Diana Enriquez came
back from injury and exploded with 9 points and 10 rebounds. One point shy
of a double double, along with 6 steals. Senior Rose Longbine contributed
with 6 points, 5 rebounds, and 2 steals. Freshman Marie Padilla came up
with 1 point and 2 rebounds. Senior Alexis Stines, who also came back from
injury, played a key role in the game helping us grab 8 rebounds and 3
steals. Seniors Chantelle Morales and Daniela Lopez, both grabbed 1
rebound and a steal apiece.

ASDB – 29
CSDB – 16

Our second matchup of the RRC tournament we played NMSD, and for our team
we finally had all 7 players suited up. We were unable to stop their
offense as they roared with a 22-10 lead at halftime. Their offense
continued to be relentless, scoring 19 and 16 points in the 3rd and 4th
quarters, to our 6 and 6 respectively. Senior Diana Enriquez scored 8
points, 1 rebound, and her quick hands earned her 4 steals. Senior Rose
Longbine had 5 points and a rebound. Junior Priscilla Needs came up with 4
points, 6 rebounds, and 2 steals. Senior Alexis Stines contributed with 3
rebounds and a steal. Senior Daniela Lopez worked to get her 2 rebounds
and earned 1 steal. Freshman Marie Padilla grabbed 2 rebounds.

NMSD – 57
CSDB – 22

December 15

Our third matchup of RRC we played PDSD. The game was a very well hard
fought one. We went back and forth and it literally came down to the final
seconds. Unfortunately, we came up short by 3 points. Senior Diana
Enriquez had a double double with 12 points and 11 rebounds, 5 steals, 2
assists, and a block. Junior Priscilla Needs came up with 7 points, 3
steals, 3 rebounds, and a block. Senior Alexis Stines grabbed 3 rebounds,
earned 3 steals with her quick hands, and 1 point. Senior Rose Longbine
had a defensive game that she earned with 6 defensive rebounds, 4 steals,
and a assist. Freshman Marie Padilla contributed with 4 rebounds. Seniors
Chantelle Morales and Daniela Lopez both contributed to the team even
though it did not show on the stat line. Senior Rose Longbine received an
All-Star award during the tournament. This concludes our weekend at the
RoadRunner Classic.

PDSD – 23
CSDB – 20

Record 0-6

Coaches Roderick Stickley and Chelsea Elstad

December 18

We played our first home game against Miami-Yoder. It was a close fought
game as we did our best to keep the distance close. Unfortunately, when we
scored they answered back twice. We closed the first half being down 10 to
3. We did a much better job on offense in the second half scoring 11
points, but Miami-Yoder answered with 23. Senior Rose Longbine led the
team with 8 points, 3 rebounds, 3 steals, and an assist. She also had 1
charge. Junior Priscilla Needs came up with 9 rebounds, 2 steals, 1 block,
and 2 points. Freshman Marie Padilla pulled down 9 rebounds, 2 points, and
1 assist. Senior Alexis Stines contributed with 2 points, 5 rebounds, 4
steals, 1 assist, and also earned 1 charge. Senior Chantelle Morales
helped the team with 4 rebounds and 2 steals.

Miami-Yoder – 33
CSDB – 14

Record 0-7

Coaches Roderick Stickley and Chelsea Elstad

January 9

Our first game back from New Years and it was clear that we were not ready
after a long break. Edison roared with a 31 – 9 halftime lead, and did not
look back. They finished the game scoring 26 second half points to our 4.
Senior Rose Longbine and Junior Priscilla Needs both led the team with 5
points. Longbine grabbed 3 rebounds, 2 steals, and an assist. Needs pulled
down 7 rebounds and 2 steals. Senior Alexis Stines contributed with 3
points and a block and steal apiece. Freshman Marie Padilla had a quiet
game and grabbed 1 rebound. Senior Chantelle Morales had 1 steal.

Edison – 57
CSDB – 13

Record 0-8

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Florida girls’ basketball

The Wildcats were in action on Tuesday against Cornerstone. We started off
very slow, perhaps the long weekend made an impact on us.  Coach Palmer
got
us fired up in the second half and we played much better but not good
enough to pull off the win.  We lost 39-37

On Thursday we took on Houghton.  We were able to stay with them through
the first 3 quarters but Houghton pulled away in the 4th.

Houghton 48 RSD  27

Record 10-4

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Indiana boys’ basketball

part of newspaper story

Bulldogs lead early, but suffer one-point loss

Visiting Dugger Union doubled the score on Indiana Deaf School in the
first quarter — 22-11 — but the hosts outscored the Bulldogs 37-25
over the final three quarters to record a 48-47 victory in a high school
boys basketball game on Saturday night in Indianapolis.

Deaf School, who improved to 7-9, was led by Kyle Jenkins, who scored 18
points. Jared Beckler added 12.

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Maryland wrestling

Cougar Invitational Tournament 1/26/19

Host: Our Lady Mount Carmel High School

106- Peter Thang (4-0) 1st place
126- Crosse Herpin (3-1) 2nd place
138- Michael Williams (1-4)
170- Calvin Johnson (0-4)
182- Truth Dorsette (5-0) 1st Place
195- Bryan Pineda (2-3)

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Mississippi girls’ basketball

Varsity Girls Basketball

MASON DIXON GIRLS BASKETBALL @FSDB

MSD 51

GSD 14

Alexis Roberts 12 points 3 Def Reb. 3 Off Reb. 5 Stl

Raegan Hendrix 8 points 3 Off. Reb 8 Def. Reb

Koreiena Guy 10 points 3 Stl 4 assist

Korea Mccray 6 points 5 Stl 3 assist

Keiarah Barnes 5 points

Nilah O’rey 5 points  1 Off. Reb  2 Def Reb 3 Stl 2 assist

Wyomi Martin 3 points

MSD 38

KSD 16

Raegan Hendrix 11 points

Keiarah Barnes  7 points

Alexis Roberts  7 points

Korea Mccray 6 points

Ty’Kayha Doyle 4 points

Wyomi Martin 3 points

MSD 52

FSDB 59

Alexis Roberts 24 points  7 Def Reb. 2 Stl 1 assist

Raegan Hendrix 16 points  7 Def Reb 2 Off. Reb 2 Stl 1 Blk 1 assist

Koreiena Guy 6 points 3 Stl

Mason Dixon 1st All Tournament awards

Alexis Roberts

Raegan Hendrix

Most 3 points Contest awards

Koreiena Guy

Record 13-7

Next Game 1/29 @ Mt Olive

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Rochester girls’ basketball

The Wildcats were in action on Tuesday against Cornerstone. We started off
very slow, perhaps the long weekend made an impact on us.  Coach Palmer
got
us fired up in the second half and we played much better but not good
enough to pull off the win.  We lost 39-37

On Thursday we took on Houghton.  We were able to stay with them through
the first 3 quarters but Houghton pulled away in the 4th.

Houghton 48 RSD  27

Record 10-4

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Western Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

Mid-American Basketball Classic @ Ohio School for the Deaf

Michigan

MSD 8 – WPSD 48

D’Amore – 19 points

Harclerode – 12 points

Light School (Kentucky)

WPSD 32 – LS 40?

Keracher – 10 points

Ohio

WPSD 75 – OSD 60

Harclerode – 22 points

D’Amore – 18 points  (1,000 career points)

Johns – 17 points

Keracher – 12 points

Record 9 – 7, League 3 – 2

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random deafsports thoughts

The huge turnout at the John Perry memorial service
held yesterday was amazing.

Friends came from all parts of USA to pay respects.

They came from New York, Georgia, Arizona and other
states.

They represented basketball on all levels – Gallaudet,
deaf clubs, deaf schools and international levels.

And not just basketball only; coaches and athletes
from other sports were present, too.

In one way or other John touched all of their lives,
DeafDigest Sports editor included.

We all will miss you, John!

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– basketball scores

– Mason-Dixon results

– random deafsports thoughts

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 1/26/19)
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This is a short edition; DeafDigest Sports editor is
attending memorial services at Gallaudet this morning
for John Perry that departed us last week.

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Mason-Dixon basketball tournaments

boys at Mississippi
championship:
Mississippi 51 Alabama 49

third place:
Florida defeated Eastern North Carolina

girls at Florida
championship:
Florida 59 Mississippi 52

third place:
Tennessee defeated Kentucky

 

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other basketball scores:
Gallaudet women 75 Morrisville women 73
Morrisville men 92 Gallaudet 86

Missouri boys 46 Kansas boys 29
Western Pennsylvania girls 46 Ohio girls 16
Ohio boys 52 Michigan boys 12
Western Pennsylvania boys 48 Michigan boys 8
Light boys 48 Michigan boys 13
Light girls 43 Michigan girls 12

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random deafsports thoughts

Nothing beats home-cooked food!

Mason-Dixon girls hosts Florida won the championship

Mason-Dixon boys hosts Mississippi won the championship

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– random deafsports thoughts

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Mason-Dixon basketball tournaments

boys at Mississippi
Friday semi finals scores
Alabama 40 Florida 33
Mississippi 65 Eastern North Carolina 38

Saturday championship game
Alabama vs Mississippi

girls at Florida
Friday semi finals scores
Florida 43 Tennessee 29
Mississippi 38 Kentucky 16

Saturday championship game
Florida vs Mississippi

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Arizona boys’ basketball

Jan 15

valley union 53 vs ASDB 41 we lost

jan 21

Baboquivari  73 vs ASDB 59 we lost

Jan 22

we won by forfeit

Jan 24

the gregory school 73 to asdb 32 we lost

so the record shows 10 -7

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Florida girls’ basketball

January 24 vs Tennessee School for the Deaf

Score: FSDB 43, TSD 29

What a game! In the first half, TSD gave us some headaches here and there
but maintained the lead into halftime. We switched our defense and start
pressing them full court. The third quarter we did extremely well on
defense and kept our lead of at least
10 points and to the end. TSD had 5 seniors, we sympathize them for
robbing their night but we are thrilled for the win. Lourdine had another
stellar night with double double, 15 points, 11 rebounds and 2 steals.
Ja’Myra did outstanding defense job by
having 5 steals, 3 blocks and swished 8 points. Olivia maintained the
control the game and grabbed 14 points plus 6 steals, 5 assist and a
block. Her younger sister, Oceana basketed 6 points with 8 steals and 2
blocks. Off to the championship game with
Mississippi at 8 PM.

Stats:

Oceana Brown:  6 pts, 1 reb, 2 ast, 8 stl, 2 blk

Olivia Brown:  14 pts, 4 reb, 5 ast, 6 stl, 1 blk

Kayla Debrow:  1 reb, 2 stl, 1 blk

Emma Hancock:  1 reb

Ja’Myra Harris:  3 reb, 5 stl, 3 blk

Lourdine Jordonne:  15 pts, 11 reb, 1 stl, 1 asst, 2 blk

Taria Pellicer:   1 ast

Samantha Suarez:  1 stl

Keliah Williams:  4 reb, 2 stl, 1 ast

Record 15 – 5

Girls Basketball Result vs LSD during MD

January 24 vs Louisiana School for the Deaf

Score: FSDB 49, LSD 6

We cruised this one with our stingy defense. Although, we applaud LSD
girls for playing hard, they definitely have improved a lot as compared to
last year. All of our players except for Shana Cooley, sprained hand,
played equally and each of them have
contributed big time to this victory. Lourdine Jordonne once again made
double double by having 14 points and 12 rebounds plus 5 steals and an
assist. Oceana grabbed 9 points while the birthday girl, Olivia, had 8
points. Taria contributed 5 points and
others made some points. We are mighty proud of our girls but quickly get
ourselves focused to our next game against Tennessee School for the Deaf
tonight at 8 PM.

Stats:

Oceana Brown: 9 pts, 2 reb, 3 ast, 3 stl

Olivia Brown: 8 pts, 3 ast, 3 stl, 3 ast

Kayla Debrow: 4 pts

Emma Hancock: 1 ast, 1 stl

Ja’Myra Harris: 1 reb,  1 ast, 3 stl

Lourdine Jordonne: 14 pts, 12 reb, 5 stl, 1 asst

Taria Pellicer:  5 pts, 2 reb, 2 stl

Shylah Thomas: 2 pts, 1 reb

Samantha Suarez: 2 pts, 1 stl

Keliah Williams: 3 pts, 5 reb, 2 stl, 1ast

Record 14 -5

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Fremont boys’ basketball

January 24

Summit K2 58
CSD 67

CSD is now 9-11 (5-2 BCL) with 3 games left – all league games – in the
season including Orange & Black Senior Night on January 31st for our lone
senior on the team, Luke Bella.

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Kentucky School for the Deaf boys vs Tennessee

Game Report- January 25th, 2019 Kentucky School for the Deaf vs Tennessee
School for the Deaf at Mississippi School for the Deaf in Jackson, Miss.

KSD 4 2 7 9- 22
TSD 21 24 5 5- 55

KSD (0-15) Collins 4, Ward 7, Haynes 7, Vickery 2, Rhodes 2

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Lexington girls’ basketball

January 25, 2019
Game #12

Martin Luther at Lexington

ML – 20 – 20 – 17 – 16 = 73
LEX-16 -  8  -   4 -   7 = 35

ML led at Halftime: 40 – 24

May Tun – 9 pts, 1 rebound, 1 block, 1 steal
Julianna Vitucci – 8 pts, 4 rebounds
Dorgianny Flores – 6 pts, 4 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals
Gigi Zheng – 6 pts, 1 rebound, 1 assist
Heidy De La Rosa – 4 pts, 2 rebounds, 3 assists, 2 steals
Ava Vitucci – 4 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 blocks, 1 steal
Lawryn Hernandez – 7 rebounds, 1 steal
Alexandra Quiroz – 2 pts, 3 rebounds, 1 assist

Record: 9-3

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Michigan girls’ basketball

We played against well educated and talent basketball team, Western
Pennsylvania School for the Deaf, with final scores 4-42. Our team have
two
tied lead score with 2 points each, Addison Blair and Taylor Stebbins.
Tomorrow we will play against Light Homeschool for last day of tournament
at Ohio School for the Deaf.

1Q. 2Q. 3Q. 4Q. Final

MSD. 2. 0. 2. 0. 4
WPSD. 20. 8. 8. 6. 42

Record 0-7 League 0-2

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Missouri School for the Deaf  our home game

January 24th, 2019
Missouri School for the Deaf     8      10     11      15 =    44
Illinois School for the Deaf        14       9      16     20 =    59

MSD
Jayden Riordan  22 points and  4 assists
Hezeki Smoot    9 points, 5 rebounds, and 2 assists
Mikal Meriwether  9 points and 11 rebounds

2-6 overall   5-6

ISD
Jovenany Carmona 20 points
Dajour Wallace and Shannon Mcneal 12 points each

Tomorrow night we will play against  Kansas School for the Deaf for our
homecoming at 6 pm

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Ohio

Results for Ohio School for the Deaf Vs Light Homeschool

1/25/19 Homecoming OSD vs Light Eagles results (second Day)

Girls:

OHio Deaf girls vs Light Homeschool (KY)

OSD 2-0-4-4-10
Light 10-19-15-3-47

Results 7-7

Ohio Deaf Boys vs Light Homeschool (KY)

OSD 9-12-8-17-46
Light 7-17-14-23-61

Record 12-5

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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

WPSD 42 – Michigan School for the Deaf 4

Points
Danielle Fisher  – 12
Cheyenne Sloan – 10
Ryane Smalley  – 10

Record
5 won  6 Lost

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random deafsports thoughts

This is not a joke.

A confused deaf basketball player, selected to the Deaf All-American
basketball team, thanked DeafDigest Sports editor for the “draft”!

It was difficult to explain to that player the difference between
a NBA draft and an All-American team selection.

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Mason-Dixon basketball tournaments

boys at Mississippi
Thursday championship round scores
8:30 AM     1     KSD V SCSD  27/56
10:15 AM2   GSD v TSD   13/70
12:30 PM3   NCSD v LSD  31/50
2:15 PM     4     VSD v FSDB  4/44
4:00 PM     5     MSD v SCSD  62/27
6:30 PM     6     ENCSD v TSD 62/49
8:15 PM     7     ASD v LSD   64/32

girls at Florida
Thursday championship round scores
Louisiana 46 South Carolina 25
Kentucky 26 Virginia 10
Georgia 34 North Carolina 10
Florida 49 Louisiana 6
Tennessee 42 Alabama 23
Kentucky 23 Eastern North Carolina 12
Mississippi 51 Georgia 14

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American basketball

On Thursday ASD hosted RISD in boys and girls basketball games.

JV Boys took on RISD to start the day. RISD took off on an early 8-0 run
to start the first quarter. After the boys settled down and started to get
back to their fundamentals they were able to trim the lead down to 3
points, RISD responded with a fury of scoring to push the lead back out to
9 in the fourth quarter. ASD players made several turnovers down the
stretch feeling the pressure from the RISD defense. Teams traded buckets
in the final two minutes but the Tigers could never close the gap losing
36-43. JV boys record on the season is now 3-6.

Varsity Girls Basketball took on RISD in the nightcap in a low scoring
affair as both teams displayed aggressive and physical defense. The Tigers
suffered early foul trouble with every starter getting two foul calls
within the first quarter. Neither team was able to muster any offensive
attack through the game. ASD was able to eek out a win 16-13. Girls
Basketball moves to 5-9 on the season.

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Fremont boys’ basketball

Clerc Classic XIX

First Round
Model 51
CSD 29

Consolation Semifinals
Marie Philip 24
CSD 69

Consolation Finals
New Mexico 71
CSD 49

January 22 – Bay Counties League Matchup
Contra Costa Christian 29
CSD 61
(We were up 21-18 at halftime)

January 23 – Bay Counties league Matchup
Making Waves 37
CSD 47

CSD is now 8-11, 5-2 in BCL with four games remaining on our schedule

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Illinois girls’ basketball

Illinois Deaf: 16 Kansas:54
Illinois Deaf: 24 Iowa:21
Illinois Deaf: 0 Triopia: 76,
Illinois Deaf: 11 West Central: 71,
Illinois Deaf: 3 Brussels:79,
Illinois Deaf: 6 North Greene: 54,
Illinois Deaf: 7 Carrollton:62,
Illinois Deaf: 12 Northwestern: 59,
Illinois Deaf: 7 Calhoun: 60.

1-9 record

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Indiana boys’ basketball

defeated Fortune Academy 78-28

6-9 record

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Indiana girls’ basketball

lost 64-53 to Tindley

14-7 record

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

Game Report- January 24th, 2019 Kentucky School for the Deaf vs South
Carolina School for the Deaf at Mississippi School for the Deaf in
Jackson, Miss.

KSD 7 2 14 2-25
SCSDB 16 22 5 13-56

KSD (0-14) Collins 2, Ward 14, Dorn 5, Vickery 4

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Maryland girls’ basketball

High School Varsity Girls Basketball Game #18

Maryland School for the Deaf vs. Loudoun County Patriots

1    2    3   4  =   Total
MSD -  18  13   16   6 =  53
LC -      12   6    10   8  =  36

MSD

C. Lummer – 2 points, 6 rebounds, 2 steals, 1 assist
C. Perry – 17 points, 11 rebounds, 5 steals, 6 assists, 5 blocks
‪R. Guettler – 16 points, 2 rebounds, 3 steals, 9 assists
E. Kovacs – 2 points, 5 rebounds, 1 steal, 1 block
H. Johnston-Shaw – 1 rebound, 1 steal
A. Cohen – 3 points, 2 rebounds, 1 steal, 2 assists
C. Salit – 11 points, 3 rebounds, 1 steal, 5 assists
M. Luebehusen – 4 points, 1 rebound, 1 block

Team FG: 20
Team 3-FG: 3 (Guettler 2, Salit)
Team FT: 4-6

LOUDOUN COUNTY PATRIOTS

E. Kuzma – 12 points
K. Craig – 2 points
M. Wadman – 8 points
A. Thrash – 10 points
L. Robrer – 4 points

Team FG: 18
Team 3-FG: 0
Team FT: 0-8

Record: 15-3

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Michigan girls’ basketball

Today we played against Ohio School for the Deaf which they played really
well and their performance was really impressive that they beat us, 17-41.
Our team was leading by Senior Addison Blair with 7 points while other
Senior Chloe Woggerman got 5 points. Rina Manssora, Senior, got 3 points
and Crystal Katcher, Senior, got 2 points. Next game will be against
Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf at tomorrow evening in OSD gym.

1Q. 2Q. 3Q. 4Q. Final

OSD. 7. 9. 15. 10. 41
MSD. 3. 0. 2. 12. 15

Record 0-6 League 0-2

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missouri School for the Deaf boys traveled to Missouri Military Academy

January 24, 2019

Missouri School for the Deaf    4    6    5   10  = 25
Missouri Military Academy     16  17   10   9  = 52

MSD
Jayden Riordan   15 pints, 2 rebounds, and 6 steals
Hezeki Smoot 5 points, 4 rebounds, and 2 steals
Mikal Meriwether 5 points and 7 rebounds

2-5 , overall  5-5

MMA

Zane Jewell and Bruno Pozzani   10 points each
Jacob Hughey  9 points

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Ohio basketball

Ohio School for the Deaf Basketball Results vs Michigan SD

Ohio School for the Deaf vs Michigan results:

OSD Deaf girls

OSD 7-9-15-10-41
MSD 3-0-2-12-17.

Record: 7-6

OSD Deaf Boys

OSD 23-19-7-3-52
MSD 6-3-2-1-12

Record: 12-4

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Rhode Island boys’ basketball

RISD Boys Basketball

Our Roosters hosted San Miguel School, a school just a couple of blocks
around the corner, in a boys basketball home game on Wednesday 1/23. Last
year, San Miguel ran all over us – this year, we were hoping to make
things
more interesting.

The first half was very intense with both teams trading baskets back and
forth. We were able to capitalize on San Miguel’s fouls, hitting the 1-1
bonus with a couple of minutes left in the half and got one of their key
guard in foul trouble. San Miguel would end the first half with a narrow
14-13 lead.

In the second half, it was more of the same with our Roosters keeping the
game within a single possession the entire way and got San Miguel into
foul
trouble once again, causing two of their players to foul out before the
end
of the game. We came close and had the ball with one last chance to tie
the
game with few seconds remaining in the game. But we couldn’t get a good
shot off and lost a nail-biter, 39-37.

SM -    14   25   – 39
RISD – 13   24   – 37

Jayden E. – 23 Points
Juan F. – 7 Points
Timothy J. – 6 Points

RISD Boys Basketball Record: 4-9
Next Game: Thursday, January 24 @ American School for the Deaf (3:30 P.M.)

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Riverside girls’ basketball

We continued our four games winning streak with a 44-29 victory over
Hamilton to remain in third place in our league standings
Bree Goldstein led all scorers with 18
points and all but one player scored tonight.
Record:  11-7

CSDR girlsÿÿ varsity showed some improvement in play, including the
Clerc Classic.  Here are the results from the past two weeks:

Cal Lutheran 50 CSDR 42. B. Williams 9 points

Clerc Classic:
Maryland 58, CSDR 18. L. DeSimone 4, Gisella Visco 4

CSDR 45, Kansas 33.  Bree Goldstein 12 points

CSDR 35, MSSD 33 2 OTs.  Bree Goldstein 17 points

CSDR 46, LaSierra 26. Bree Goldstein 11

Current record. 10-7
Third in Arrowhead League standings.

Next game:  at Hamilton tonight.

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Riverside boys’ basketball

Lost to Hamilton, 68-32 with only 8 players. Record: 1-16 (0-7). Next up:
@ Sherman Indian, Monday the 28th.

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Tennessee basketball

Tennessee

Girls

Hancock Co 56  Tennessee  52

3-11

Boys

Hancock Co  67 Tennessee  31

1-13

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Texas basketball & wrestling

TSD Varsity Girls Basketball
Record: 28-0

1     2     3    4  = Total
TSD  14    20  12    7     53
HC      8    11    2  13     24

TSD
S. Schmidjorg: 16 points
K. Ketchum 15 points
M. Kelley: 8 points
A. Etkie: 7 points
J. Coons: 2 points
I. Egbert: 2 points
A. Harlicker: 2 points
B. Leiker: 1 point

Hill Country
L. Innis: 12 points
C. Cottrell: 6 points
M. Vacek: 5 points
C. Kelly: 1 point

TSD Varsity Boys Basketball
Record: 12-10

1     2    3     4  = Total
TSD  15  11  27   14     67
HC    10  13    7   14     44

TSD
R. Rohde: 16 points
J. Hazelett: 13 points
J. Scarboro: 8 points
J. Johnson: 7 points
C. Sexton-Ruiz: 6 points
J. Leeper: 5 points
Z. Nathanson: 5 points
R. Stewart: 2 points
L. Rosko: 2 points
K. Lee: 3 points

Hill Country
C. Lyncher: 20 points
M. Burleson: 8 points
M. DeLaCruz: 8 points
K. Orred: 4 points
Z. Pryor:  2 points
H. Jackson: 1 point
R. Boatright: 1 point

TSD JV Girls
Hill Country, 34, TSD, 30.

TSD Wrestling
TSD  wrestling team defeated New Braunfels Christians 66-12 and
TSD beat Canyon High School 72-0.

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Washington basketball

Lady Terriers 44 vs. Fort Vancouver JV 47

WSD – 14-10-6-6-8

Record 5-8 (League 0-5)

Ashantay Truong – 18pts

Tessa Williams

Jennifer Tudor – 6pts

Emma McKinney – 11pts

LeAnna Clearbrook – 9pts

Maya Schaut

Juliana Sanchez

Lora Torres

FTV – 8-9-10-9-11

Terriers 39 vs. Fort Vancouver “C” 61

WSD – 9-12-10-8

Record 0-11 (League 0-7)

Ramon Varaja – 2pts

Raymond Singkeo – 5pts

Osvaldo Cruz – 2pts

Jose Ramirez – 13pts

Jayson Cabaniza

Juan Ramirez – 8pts

Kevin Diaz

Alexz Schaut – 9pts

Abraham Castro-Reyes

FTV – 17-10-25-9

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random deafsports thoughts

Was in a discussion today with a past basketball coach.

The coach said that when his school basketball team marged
with a nearby private school basketball team, the
private school coach used his hearing players more than
the deaf players.

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– The Cave

– Gallaudet basketball updates

– basketball scores

– random deafsports thoughts

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 1/24/19)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Time expires on Gallaudet’s comeback bid

READING, Pa. – The Gallaudet University men’s basketball ran out of time
here Wednesday night and lost to Penn St.-Berks, 82-81, in a North Eastern
Athletic Conference (NEAC) South Division game.

Gallaudet (3-14, 3-6 NEAC) led comfortably for the majority of the first
half and took a 43-37 lead into intermission. The Bison continued to hold
the lead over Penn St.-Berks (2-15, 2-7 NEAC) in the second half until the
Nittany Lions took the lead for good at the 5:55 mark.

GU’s Steve Valencia-Biskupiak featured in D3hoops.com Around The Nation
story

Read this story online at /sports/mbkb/2018-19/releases/d3hoops-steve

Gallaudet women’s basketball

Career nights pace Bison to victory in season sweep of Penn St.-Berks

READING, Pa. – A strong second half led Gallaudet University to a 98-83
North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) women’s basketball victory here
Wednesday night against Penn St.-Berks.

Gallaudet (10-8, 7-2 NEAC) was knotted at 40 with Penn St.-Berks (5-9, 4-5
NEAC) at the half but outscored the host Nittany Lions, 58-43 in the final
20 minutes of play.

Senior guard/forward Hannah Neild (Litchfield, N.H.) scored a career best
39 points as she made 16 field goals, five from 3-point range, to go with
12 rebounds, five steals, four assists and one block. Neild scored 22 of
her 39 points in the second half

Gallaudet women’s swimming

Miller-Notestone earns second NEAC Women’s Swimmer of the Week award

ANSEVOORT, N.Y. – The North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) announced
its conference student-athlete of the week awards for the week of Jan. 22
and Gallaudet University junior Julia Miller-Notestone (Medford, Ore.) was
selected as the NEAC Women’s Swimmer of the Week.

Miller-Notestone won two individual events in a win over Penn St.-Altoona,
including the 200-yard backstroke where she set a new personal best with a
time of 2:25.80. She also was part of the 200-yard medley relay team that
placed first with a time of 2:33.15. Miller-Notestone also picked up a
first-place finish in the 500-yard backstroke against Stevenson and had
three second-place finishes on the weekend

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Mason-Dixon basketball tournaments

boys at Mississippi

girls at Florida

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2020 Clerc

this tournament will be hosted by Indiana School for the Deaf

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Arkansas basketball

ASD @ Southwest Christian Academy

Girls

ASD – 19
SCA – 61

Girls record 1 – 16

Boys

ASD – 45
SCA – 64

Boys record 3 – 14

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Fremont girls’ basketball

CSD won 51-4 by Making Waves.

The new record is 15-4.

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Illinois girls’ basketball

High School girls basketball game results last night vs Kincaid.

Illinois Deaf: 5 Kincaid: 44

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New Mexico basketball

V girls
NMSD 36
MDS 33

Greetings NMSD Community!
We won a close game tonight with a final score of 36-33. Lindsay Hand made
24 points and 9 rebounds. Mya Malone made 18 rebounds and 6 points.
Martina Estrada-Rodarte made 4 points and 10 rebounds. Our girls played
hard, and we are proud of them!

Overall record: 6-6

V boys
NMSD 59
MDS  66

What a overtime as we ended the 4th quarter tied at 53 points each.  We
took the lead and were up 5 points. During the last 2 minutes, we did not
do well on defense and made mental mistakes.  Hat tip to MDS for their
determination  and showing great class. They deserved the win. Senior
Deven Thompson made 29 points, Junior Luis Villalobos contributed 14
points and their teammate Bruce Brewer Jr shot 12 points.

Next game:   Thursday, January 24th  NMSD vs To’Hajillee @ To’Hajilee @
6:30 pm
Overall record: 11-5

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Phoenix

Girls:
11/18: San Pasqual 56, PDSD 12
11/22: PDSD 34, Mingus Mountain 26
Record: 6-14

Boys:
11/18: San Pasqual 63, PDSD 34
Record: 2-14

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Riverside’s Cave – site of last weekend’s Clerc

Everyone raved about the Cave.

Why?

Said one athletic director from another school:

It is huge!  There are two full courts inside.  The main court can seat 950
and has gym capacity of 2,500.

They have their own wrestling room with bleachers and scoreboard

The weight room is huge

The training room is huge

There are plenty of office space for administrators and coaches

Note:
Why the name – Cave?

Riverside’s nickname is Cubs, and cubs sleep in caves
during hibernation.

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Riverside boys’ basketball

Riverside Boys

Lost a good game to La Sierra Academy, 55-49 at home. Record: 1-17 (0-6).

Next up: @ Hamilton, Thursday the 24th.

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random deafsports thoughts

a football tweet today was a posting of the
score of the 1907 football game between Ohio
University and Ohio School for the Deaf.

Ohio University won 47-0.

College men versus high school boys?

No.

In these days deaf schools allowed boys to graduate at
the age of 21, so these boys became men during that time.

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– John Perry write up

– Gallaudet swimming honor

– basketball scores

– wrestling update

– random deafsports thoughts

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 1/23/19)
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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Gallaudet mourns the passing of Men’s Basketball Assistant Coach John C. Perry

Dear Campus Community:

On behalf of the Athletics Department, I welcome you back for the spring
semester.

It is my sad duty to share with you that John Charles “Bird” Perry, ’96,
who was involved with our men’s basketball program for nearly two decades,
passed away on January 15. John was 47 years old.

John played basketball for four years and served as an assistant coach for
15 years. His knowledge of fundamentals, his strategic thinking, and his
keen sense of how best to motivate players were enormous assets to our
program.

remainder of write up:
https://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mbkb/2018-19/releases/coachperry

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Gallaudet men’s swimming

Sealts earns fifth NEAC Men’s Swimming & Diving Student-Athlete of the Week honor

GANSEVOORT, N.Y. – The North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) announced
its conference student-athlete of the week awards for the week of Jan. 22
and Gallaudet University sophomore Ben Sealts (Ottawa, Ohio) was selected
as the NEAC Men’s Swimming & Diving Student-Athlete of the Week for the
fifth time this season.

Sealts led Gallaudet last week with a split in two home meets. On Jan. 18,
Sealts finished first in the 200-yard backstroke (2:07.21) and 200-yard
individual medley (2:09.41) against Penn St.-Altoona. He also placed
second in the 200-yard butterfly and 400-yard freestyle relay. The next
day against Stevenson University, Sealts won the 200-yard butterfly with a
personal best time of 2:12.27. He also won the 200-yard backstroke
(2:08.63), 200-yard individual medley (2:11.13) and 400-yard freestyle
relay (5:15.17).

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Fremont basketball

The Eagles returned home from Clerc Classic with heavy hearts for the
seniors but a lot of good experience and optimism for our underclassmen.
The Girls Basketball team finished in 4th place and the Boys Basketball
team came out in 6th.  The level of the cheerleading competition kept on
rising every year and this year was absolutely over the top!  Our team did
a beautiful job but because all of the scores were very close, little
mistakes put us in 4th.

We return home with a lot left to play for in the BCL and the NCS the rest
of the way.  We have a full slate of games this week including four home
games on Thursday

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Maryland wrestling

Tri-Meeting (St.James & Mercersburg)

Wrestling Results (St. James School 60.0 Maryland School for the Deaf
24.0)

220: Bryan Pineda (MSD) Pinned  Daniel Peacher (SJS) (Fall 3:01)
285: Ben Couling (SJS) over   (MSD) (Forfeited)
106: Peter Thang (MSD) Pinned  Benson Riser (SJS) (Fall 1:32)
113: Daris Javed (SJS) over   (MSD) (Forfeited)
120: Tom Tang (SJS) over   (MSD) (Forfeited)
126: Griffin Almany (SJS) over   (MSD) (Forfeited)
132: Crosse Herpin (MSD) Pinned  Asa Hammer (SJS) (Fall 2:20)
138: Michael Williams (MSD) Pinned  Tres Starkoski (SJS) (Fall 1:38)
145: Dayebga Yanou (SJS) over   (MSD) (Forfeited)
152: Nicklas Pank (SJS) over   (MSD) (Forfeited)
160: William Wu (SJS) over   (MSD) (Forfeited)
170: TJ Quelet (SJS) Pinned  Calvin Johnson (MSD) (Fall 1:40)
182: Jack Guillard (SJS) over   (MSD) (Forfeited)
195: Philip Lau (SJS) over   (MSD) (Forfeited)

Wrestling Results (Mercersburg Academy 60.0 Maryland School for the Deaf
12.0)

106: Peter Thang (MSD) over   (MEAC) (Forfeited)
113: Jack LaBolle (MEAC) over   (MSD) (Forfeited)
120: Ed Quick (MEAC) over   (MSD) (Forfeited)
126: Aiden Lorson (MEAC) over   (MSD) (Forfeited)
132: Crosse Herpin (MSD) over Tommy Quick (MEAC) (Fall 0:39)
138: Thomas Yonke (MEAC) over Michael Williams (MSD) (Fall 3:24)
145: CJ Hoffman (MEAC) over   (MSD) (Forfeited)
152: John Xu (MEAC) over   (MSD) (Forfeited)
160: Aurelius Dunbar (MEAC) over   (MSD) (Forfeited)
170: Davis Anderson (MEAC) Pinned  Calvin Johnson (MSD) (Fall 1:36)
182: Grady Cole (MEAC) over   (MSD) (Forfeited)
195: Double Forfeit
220: McGee Schnarrs (MEAC) Pinned  Bryan Pineda (MSD) (Fall 1:49)
285: Double Forfeit

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Msryland girls’ basketball

High School Varsity Girls Basketball Game #17

Maryland School for the Deaf vs. Rockbridge Academy

1    2    3   4  =   Total
MSD -  21  10   7   12 =  50
RA -      6    0    8    9  =  23

MSD

S. Herzig-Wilcox – 2 points
C. Lummer – 3 points, 2 rebounds, 1 steal, 1 assist
C. Perry – 18 points, 10 rebounds, 5 steals, 4 assists, 1 block
R. Guettler – 18 points, 2 rebounds, 3 steals, 6 assists,
E. Kovacs – 2 points, 4 rebounds, 5 steals
H. Johnston-Shaw – 1 steal, 2 assists
A. Cohen – 2 rebounds, 5 steals, 1 assist
C. Salit – 3 points, 3 rebounds, 4 steals, 4 assists
M. Luebehusen – 4 points, 4 rebounds, 1 block

Team FG: 20
Team 3-FG: 1 (Salit)
Team FT: 7-8

ROCKBRIDGE ACADEMY

E. McLaughun – 5 points
E. Williams – 2 points
A. Craig – 14 points
S. Grey – 2 points

Team FG: 10
Team 3-FG: 1 (McLaughun)
Team FT: 0-6

Record: 14-3

Senior Cassidy Perry recorded her 1,000th career rebound today. She is the
first member of the girls basketball program in school history to record
1,000 points and 1,000 rebounds.

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Maryland SD Boys’ Basketball – Game #16

Game #16

January 22, 2019

Rockbridge Academy @ Maryland School for the Deaf

1   2     3     4   =  Total
RA    -    9  10  14   10   =   43
MSD -  16   9   23   23   =   71

Halftime -  MSD led 25-19

MSD ORIOLES
Eric Long – 15 points, 7 rebounds
Ethan Sheppeck – 5 points
Rory Lewis – 10 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists
Miguel Pavao – 20 points, 7 steals, 5 rebounds, 1 block
Jaden Joseph – 5 points, 6 rebounds, 7 assists, 5 steals
Amaree McKenstry-Hall – 3 points
Enow Otto – 7 points, 3 rebounds, 2 blocks
Jason Werner – 6 points, 4 assists, 3 rebounds, 1 block

Team Total FG:  23
Team Total 3FG:  7 (Lewis 2, Long 2, Pavao 2, Sheppeck)
Team Total FT:  18-24

ROCKBRIDGE ACADEMY

Ben Ault – 13 points
David Lyitkainen – 8 points
Tobi Ajuwon – 2 points
Tim Tatterson – 7 points
Luke Sweeney – 11 points
Paul Ward – 2 points

Team Total FG:  17
Team Total 3FG:  4 (Lyitkainen 2, Ault, Sweeney)
Team Total FT:  5-7

Record:  14-2

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Michigan boys’ basketball

Tartars contended and lost to Merrit 12 to 51. Merritt demonstrated great
basketball with great sportsmanship! MSD is now 0-7.

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Michigan girls’ basketball

Last night we played against Merritt which have more veterans players that
complete control the whole game that they beat us, 9-41. Our team was
leading with freshman Taylor Stebbins, 4 points 2 blocks 3 steals. Two
others players did get score as well. Addison Blair, Senior, with 3 points
and Chloe Woggerman, Senior, with 2 points. Our next game will be against
Ohio School for the Deaf on Thursday for their homecoming.

1Q.        2Q.        3Q.       4Q.   Final
MSD.         3.          2.           2.          2.       9
Merritt.     10.        8.           14.        9.       41

Record: 0-5 League 0-2

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Missouri School for the Deaf boys basketball traveled to Columbia Independent rematched

January 22, 2019

Missouri School For the Deaf     11   13  13  11 = 48
Columbia Independent                 8    15  14  21=  58

MSD
Mikal Meriwether  18 points, 11 rebounds, and 3 assists
Jayden Riordan       17 points, 6 rebounds, 2 assists, and 5 steals
Hezeki Smoot          10 points, 5 rebounds, 2 assists, and 2 steals

Record 2- 4   overall 5- 4

Columbia Independent
Dylan Sayers  17 points
Wyatt Burks   15 points

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Ohio Deaf Boys

OSD vs Olney Friends

OSD  19-17-12-7-55
OF     6-11-9-13-39

Record: 11-4

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Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

Today (1/22/19), Crefeld came to our home and playing against us for
rematch from the last game Crefeld team won. At first half, we were
sluggish and no energy due to long weekend. During the halftime, coach Al
and David gave the team a strong pep talk that fired up the team. Then in
2nd half, PSD team finally woke up and won beat Crefeld, 46-38.

Jacob Cross led the team with 19 points, 5 rebounds, and 5 steals while
our freshman, Darnell Godbolt helped with 10 points and 2 steals. Peter
Dammer led the defense with 7 steals while Hazim Haroun contributed with 7
points and 9 rebounds.

Final score: 46-38

Record: 8-7

The next game is on Monday (1/28/19) at International Christian School

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Rhode Island boys basketball

RISD Boys Basketball

The RISD boys played an away game at Blackstone Valley Prep last Friday
1/18/19. For the first time we dressed all 9 players and it was a game for
us to figure out the best rotation and continue to get some in-game
conditioning after a lengthy holidays break.

BVP jumped off to a 20-15 halftime lead and they were able to extend the
lead with 5 three pointers early on in the second half. BVP would win the
game by the final score of 43 to 30. Timothy led our Roosters with 10
points and 6 rebounds. Jayden Elias added 9 points and 10 rebounds.

RISD -  15   15  – 30
BVP -   20    23  – 43

RISD Boys Basketball Record: 4-8
Next Game: Wednesday, January 23 vs. San Miguel School (4:30 P.M.)

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Rochester boys’ basketball

Here▒^@^Ys some stats from Game # 14 and #15

Game # 14 vs.Desntiny

Score: 16-71 lost

Led by Thomas with 6 points 5 Rebs, followed by Bode 4 points.

Player of the game goes to Cayne

Game # 15 vs HSA

Score: 40-50 lost

Led by Thomas with 14 points and 9 rebounds, followed by Bode 13 points
and
7 rebounds and 4 blocks and Clarence with 8 points and 10 rebounds.

Player of the game goes to Thomas

Record: 6-9

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South Carolina girls’ basketball

SCSDB 17
Whitmire 54

Next game vs LSD at FSDB Mason Dixon Tournament on Jan 24th

Record 1-10

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Tennessee

Girls

Berean Christian 64 Tennessee 33

3-10

Berean Christian 67 Tennessee 44

1-12

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Texas basketball

Clerc Classic Summary – TSD

*Varsity Boys – *

On Thursday, we played a tough New Mexico  team and a 6’10” guy. We
led by
only four by halftime but went on to win the battle in the second half as
we won 61-46.

We faced Indiana in the semifinals and we led the entire game until the
final minute when Indiana found a way to win the game on a 9-1 run. The
loss was devastating for everyone of us. We had to move on quickly and
prepare for the third place game against Model.

Model boys played really hard and gave us our second loss of the
tournament. Our record stands at 11-9.

Jonah Hazelett was the lone selection to the all tournament team.

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*Varsity Girls*
Our girls basketball team began the 2019 Clerc Classic with our perfect
season being the talk of the tournament.  Upon arrival, it did not take
long for fans, coaches, and other participating athletes to bring up our
perfect season in casual conversations.  The players handled the pressure
with extreme maturation as we approached the first game of the tournament
against #8-seeded Arizona (2-12).  The team made quick work against
Arizona
with three players scoring double-figures.  The final result was 67-17.
Each player scored during the game and played an important role in the
victory.
The second game would pair us against #4-seeded CSD-Fremont (12-2) and
fans
questioning our ability to handle a solid team led by a veteran coach,
David Hamilton.  As with the Arizona game, three players scored
double-digit points as the team put up a solid defensive effort.  CSD
Fremont scored the lowest point total of the season against us, continuing
our focus as a “defense-first” team. The result for the semi-final game:
43-23.

The championship game would be the fifth straight match up against
#2-seeded Maryland (13-2).  It did not take long for Maryland to build an
early 10-3 lead before the team woke up and held them to three points in
the 2nd quarter.  Our halftime lead would be 19-11.  The Texas girls came
out strong in the second half and our defensive pressure became too much
for Maryland as we steadily built a lead that went as high as 19 points.
Maryland would cut into the lead late in the 4th quarter but could not
steal the momentum from us as we went on to win by 11 points, 47-36.  This
would be our second straight Clerc Classic victory over Maryland as the
team now has their sights set on finishing their season strong with
district and state competitions.

*TSD Cheerleading*
The experience at Clerc Classic was GREAT! All of us really enjoy meeting
many old and new faces! We were very nervous about the cheerleading
competition, but we nailed it and came in third place out of six schools!
BIG CONGRATULATIONS to Kourtney Dolliole and Annabelle Scroggins on
winning
the All Star Cheerleader award!! We are very proud to bring of our
accomplishment.

*Varsity Girls *
TSD 57, Reicher Catholic 38
Record; 27-0

*Varsity Boys*
TSD 41, Reicher Catholic 60
Record: 11-10

*JV Boys*
TSD 42, Reicher Catholic 39
Record: 6-4

newspaper rankings

4A TAPPS

1. Lubbock Trinity Christian, 21-8; 2. Austin Texas For Deaf, 26-0; 3.
Colleyville Covenant Christian, 19-6; 4. Lubbock Christian, 21-9; 5.
Houston Lutheran North, 10-8; 6. Boerne Geneva Boerne, 16-10; 7. League
City Bay Area Christian, 14-9; 8. Tyler All Saints Episcopal, 13-12; 9. SA
Lutheran, 12-9; 10. Arlington Grace Prep, 11-10.

note:

not sure if newspaper is saying that Texas girls’ is ranked #2 best
in the state TAPPS Class 4A rankings

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Washington basketball

WSD Girls and Boys Basketball Scores: 1/22/19

Lady Terriers 35 @ Three Rivers Christian 43
WSD – 4-18-7-6
Record 5-7 (League 0-5)
Ashantay Truong – 10pts
Tessa Williams
Jennifer Tudor – 4pts
Emma McKinney – 16pts
LeAnna Clearbrook – 3pt
Maya Schaut – 2pts
Juliana Sanchez
Lora Torres

TRC – 16-6-7-14

Terriers 37 @ Three Rivers Christian 80
WSD – 10-7-7-13
Record 0-10 (League 0-7)
Ramon Varaja
Raymond Singkeo
Osvaldo Cruz – 6pts
Jose Ramirez – 16pts
Jayson Cabaniza
Juan Ramirez – 13pts
Kevin Diaz
Alexz Schaut – 2pts
Abraham Castro-Reyes

TRC – 9-35-25-11

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random deafsports thoughts

For some reason DeafDigest Sports editor does not understand,
there are some schools that would regularly send in their
game reports. This is great – but would, for some reason,
stop sending in their reports.

When reports are stopped, it places – in serious jeopardy,
their invitations to submit All-American nominations.

In other words, do continue sending in reports – do not stop!

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– Gallaudet twin basketball wins

– basketball scores

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Smith nearly perfect with 35-point game as GU defeats Penn College

WASHINGTON – Freshman guard Corey Smith (Miami, Fla.) had a game to
remember here Monday against Penn College in a North Eastern Athletic
Conference (NEAC) men’s basketball contest. Smith was on fire as he shot
90.9 percent from the field en route to a career best 35-point game as
Gallaudet University won 87-77.

Smith made his first seven field goals before he missed a shot seven
minutes into the second half. He didn’t miss again as he made 10 of 11
shots, including a perfect 4-for-4 from 3-point range, and 11 of 12 from
the free throw line in 32 minutes off the bench. Smith added three
assists, three rebounds and two steals.

Gallaudet (3-13, 3-5 NEAC) had four players in double figures including
Smith, junior guard Noah Valencia (Riverside, Calif.) netted 20 and junior
center Steve Valencia-Biskupiak (Riverside, Calif.) and sophomore guard
Preston Kelly (Fishers, Ind.) added 12 points each

Gallaudet women’s basketball

Neild’s triple-double powers Bison past Wildcats

WASHINGTON – Senior guard/forward Hannah Neild (Litchfield, N.H.) recorded
her first career triple-double as she led Gallaudet University to a
dominating 98-52 North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) women’s
basketball victory over Penn College here Monday in the Field House.

Neild recorded 23 points as she made 10 of 19 shots from the field,
including three 3-pointers, and grabbed a game-high 18 rebounds and passed
out 10 assists in the win. She added four steals and one block. This is
the first triple-double for the GU women’s basketball program since Dec.
12, 2009, when Easter Fa’afiti tallied17 points, 12 steals and 11 rebounds
against CCNY.

Gallaudet (9-8, 6-2 NEAC) led from start to finish as the Bison built up a
24-12 lead in the first quarter and the buff and blue took a 59-22 lead
into halftime. GU sailed from thre as the entire team played and eight of
the nine players scored points

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Maryland SD Boys’ Basketball – Game #15

Game #15

January 19, 2019

Clerc Classic XIX
California School for the Deaf, Riverside – Riverside, CA
(Championship Game)

Maryland School for the Deaf vs. Indiana School for the Deaf

1    2     3    4   =  Total
ISD     -   9    8   11  16   =   44
MSD   -  14   9   28  13   =   64

Halftime -  MSD led 23-17

MSD ORIOLES
Eric Long – 12 points, 4 rebounds, 3 assists
Rory Lewis – 22 points, 4 rebounds, 4 assists, 3 steals
Miguel Pavao – 4 points, 6 steals, 3 assists, 3 rebounds
Jaden Joseph – 4 points, 8 rebounds, 7 assists, 1 block
Enow Otto – 5 points, 5 rebounds
Jason Werner – 17 points, 8 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 block

Team Total FG:  24
Team Total 3FG:  8 (Lewis 6, Long 2)
Team Total FT:  8-19

INDIANA ORIOLES
Zachary Bippus – 1 point
Tyler Gordon – 4 points
Jared Beckler – 17 points
Kyle Jenkins – 10 points
Chase Kanable – 7 points
Franco Bippus – 2 points
Jerell Edwards – 2 points
Joshua Saaty – 1 point

Team Total FG:  16
Team Total 3FG:  4 (Becker 2, Jenkins, Kanable)
Team Total FT:  8-14

MSD capture back-to-back Clerc Classic boys basketball championships and
sixth overall (2007, 2010, 2011, 2016, 2018, 2019) in the school history.

Rory Lewis was named Most Valuable Player of the Clerc Classic tournament
for the second year in a row. Jaden Joseph and Jason Werner were selected
to the Clerc Classic XIX All-Tournament team.

We would like to give special recognition to the California School for the
Deaf, Riverside PE/Athletics Supervisor Laura Edwards, Athletic Director
Jesse J. Bailey, and tournament committee for the wonderful hospitality
and
successful tournament through the weekend.

For more information on the tournament, please visit www.clercclassic.com.

Record:  13-2

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New York basketball

Girls basketball:

1/15- The Lady Golden Tornadoes played an exciting game against American
School for the Deaf (ASD). With a tie score going into half time the Lady
Golden Tornadoes regrouped and picked up their intensity. They outscored
ASD 15- 6 in the 4th quarter leading to their victory. Each player
recorded at least one steal and the team total steals was a season high of
17.  The final score was 25-18.

Their next home game is January 16th at 3:30pm vs Rhode Island School for
the Deaf.

Game Highlights:
Britney P: 8 points, 1 rebound, 4 steals
Silmara C.: 7 points, 1 assist, 4 steals

1/16- The Lady Golden Tornadoes played another great game against the
Rhode Island School for the Deaf. They outscored the Roosters in each
quarter. The final score was 39 to 19. Three of the players scored 10
points or more. Senior, Samantha P. recorded a double double in scoring
and rebounding! The team shared the ball and played great defense. The
Lady Golden Tornadoes are working hard and improving each practice and
game in preparation for the ESDAA tournament next month.

Game Highlights:
Samantha P: 10 points, 21 rebounds,1 assist, 7 steals
Britney P: 17 points, 4 rebounds, 1 assist, 3 steals
Silmara C.: 10 points, 4 rebounds, 2 assists, 5 steals

1/18- The Lady Golden Tornadoes played a hot game against Education First
International School (EF). It was a race from the start. Britney P. scored
10 points in the 2nd quarter helping with the lead 16-13 at half. The game
continued to go back and forth between the teams until the 4th quarter
when EF scored 3 baskets back to back. The final score was 23-28.

Game Highlights:
Britney P.: 13 points, 4 rebounds, 3 assists, 3 steals
Samantha P.: 6 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists, 3 steals, 1 block

Record: 5-10
Next game at Education First Academy on Monday, January 28.

Boys Basketball Scoreboard

New York 65, American 64

1/15- New York School for the Deaf got away with a huge victory over
American School for the Deaf (ASD) in double overtime. The final score was
65-64. Alnord Deski had an amazing performance as he scored career-high 31
points on 67% shooting. Jaykuss got his first career triple play with 13
points, 15 rebounds, and 13 assists. Ehadji Ndoye played a pivotal role on
defense to contain ASD from scoring.

Game Highlights:
Alnord D.: 31 points, 12 rebounds, 2 steals, 1 assists
Jaykuss F: 13 points, 15 rebounds, 3 steals, 13 assists
Christian G.: 21 points, 8 rebounds, 3 steals, 3 assists

New York 62, Rhode Island 40

1/16- New York School for the Deaf (NYSD) cruised to a victory over Rhode
Island School for the Deaf. Christian G. scored career-high 39 points.
Jaykuss F. had 18 points, 35 rebounds, and 9 assists, one shy away of
triple-double. Kevin F., Andy D., Ricardo V., and Afnan R. played a lot of
minutes and did very well.

Education First Academy 60, New York 46

1/18- New York School for the Deaf faced a tall task against EF
International. It turned out to be a very physical game. NYSD was only
down by 6 points in the beginning of 4th quarter and did everything as
they could to attempt a comeback, but was not enough. The final score was
60-46. Christian G finished with 24 points and 7 rebounds. Alnord D. and
Jaykuss F. scored 12 points and 10 points respectively.

Record: 5-10
Next game at Education First Academy on Monday, January 28.

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Wheelchair basketball

The Cincinnati Royals adult wheelchair basketball team finished in 2nd
place at the Bluegrass Invitational in Louisville this weekend.  Kerwin
Haake, sophomore at Kentucky School for the Deaf, was the team’s second
leading scorer with 63 points in 5 games.  Kerwin plays for both the
Cincinnati Dragons (high school team) and the Cincinnati Royals (adult
Division II team).

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random deafsports thoughts

Transportation a problem in deaf sports?

This year in Great Britain, a new national deaf soccer league
was formed – to give teams opportunities to play against
better teams everywhere in the nation.

As a result, some teams are dropping out of the new national
league, unable to afford the additional costs of transportation.

Seems it is back to local and regional deaf leagues!

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