2019/01/15

DeafDigest Sports – January 15, 2019

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deaf schools won/lost records (as of 1/15/19)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Sunflower Classic @ Kansas

Friday, January 11

*Girls*
Iowa      15
Kansas 43

*Boys*
Iowa       17
Kansas   37

Missouri   40
Illinois       53

Saturday, January 12

*Girls*
Illinois  24
Iowa     21

Kansas 54
Illinois   16

*Boys*
Iowa   29
Missouri 61

Kansas 31
Illinois   41

Illinois  50
Iowa    18

Missouri  45
Kansas   35

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Alabama Basketball

Alabama

Mississippi 41  Lady Warriors 20
Lady Warriors 29  Arkansas 12

Season record: 5 – 14

Mississippi 63  Silent Warriors  53
Silent Warriors 62  Arkansas 31

Season record: 12 – 7

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Fremont sports

The Wrestling Team arrived today from Maryland after being snowed out last
weekend.  We are happy you’re back home safely!  The team came in 6th
place in teams competition since we had only five wrestlers in fourteen
weight classes but everybody played hard and had a great experience.

This weekend we will go to the second largest deaf prep athletic event of
the year where ten schools across America will attend the Clerc Classic
(Boys/Girls Basketball and Cheerleading) in Riverside!  You can follow us
or view livestreaming on the website here https://clercclassic.com/ and
see the attached schedule for more information.  Furthermore, we will be
doing updates on Twitter and Instagram as usual.  Good luck to all the
teams!

Why is this the second largest event?  The single largest event is the
Berg Seeger Classic (Track and Field) in Fremont again on Saturday April
6!  Last year, we had 21 schools here and so far we already have 15
schools committed!

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: George Quirie – Our senior wrestler had a great
weekend, finishing 3rd place in the weight class of 152.  George has
demonstrated a lot of leadership and determination this season leading
this small team.

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Georgia JV basketball

OUR JV BOYS PLAYED AASD’S BOYS LAST NIGHT.
GSD: 47, LANG – 29, REAL – 8, CLAY – 6, MOORMAN – 4
AASD: 50
RECORD: 1-5-0

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New Jersey boys’ basketball

January 10th

Boys

@ Solid Rock Christian Academy. 18. 12. 9. 22 = 66

NJSD. 0. 7. 18. 5. = 30

Nasir Gurganus lead the Colts in a losing cause with 19 points, 11
rebounds, 3 blocks and 1 steal. Chris Brown chipped in 6 points, 5
rebounds, 4 blocks and 4 steals.

Season Recorded: 3-3

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New York boys’ basketball

Boys Basketball results

1/9- New York School for the Deaf came short against Lexington School for
the Deaf 58-51. Christian Gonzalez finished with 21 points. Jaykuss
Figueroa had 16 points and pulled down 8 rebounds. Alnord Deski scored 12
points.

Record: 2-9

1/11- In the first game of the Western NY trip, New York School pulled a
big comeback in the 4th quarter against St. Mary’s School for the Deaf,
but
came short. The final score was 65-62. Christian did an amazing job on
both
sides as he scored career-high 33 points and made some significant steals.
Alnord Deski finished with 15 points.

1/12- In the second game of the Western NY trip, New York School for the
Deaf played very well and beat Rochester School for the Deaf 71-49.
Christian Gonzalez had a huge game as he scored 26 points. Jaykuss
Figueroa
finished with 22 points. Alnord Deski had 19 points and snatched 16
rebounds.

Record: 3-10

Next game at home this week- 1/15 vs ASD, 1/16 vs RISD, 1/18 vs EF
(League)

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Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

On 1/11, the Lady Panthers traveled to Rochester School for the Deaf to
play the Wildcats. Rochester’s defense came out strong and PSD struggled
to put points on the board. By halftime, was only down by 10 points!
However, Rochester’s defense took advantage of our mistakes and won the
game 29-47. In the loss, Maysan had 13 points and Gia scored 7.

Final Score: 29-47

On 1/12 the Lady Panthers traveled to St. Mary’s School for the Deaf to
play the Lady Bison. The girls did a better job today playing as a team
and working together on offense to take an early lead. PSD was able to
keep the lead the whole game and came out on top with a win! In the win
Gia had 21 point and 8 rebounds. Maysan scored a double double with 19
points and 13 rebounds.
Natalya and Trinity both had an outstanding game rebounding. Natalya had
15 and Trinity had 16 rebounds.

Final score: 46-26

Record 9-3

Our next game is HOME against Delaware on 1/16 at 4:00. Come support your
Lady Panthers !

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Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

On 1/11, we traveled to Rochester School for the Deaf to compete with
them. It was a hot game that went into OT but RSD was able to pulled away
with victory, we lost 46-49.

Final score: 46-49

Jacob Cross led the team with 30 points and 9 rebounds while Peter Dammer
chipped in with 8 points, 3 rebounds, and 2 steals.

On 1/12, we traveled to St. Mary’s to play against them. We played with
hungry and passion after a bitter OT loss last night. We played a strong
defense and were able to pulled away a victory!

Final score: 37 – 25.

Jacob Cross led the team with 17 points and 8 rebounds. Hazim Haroun spent
whole game prowess around the rim and got 20 rebounds along with 8 points!

Record: 6-7

The next game is on 1/16 against Delaware at our home. Please come and
support our Boys team.

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Phoenix Basketball

Phoenix:

Boys:
PDSD 64, Academy of Tucson 23
Record: 2-12

Girls:
Academy of Tuscson 44, PDSD 26
Record: 5-12

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Rochester boys’ basketball

Game # 11 vs. PSD

Score: 50-46 won

Led by Thomas with 24 points and 11 steals and 7 rebounds, followed by
Bode
22 points and 6 blocks and 3 assists.

Record: 6-5

Game # 12 vs. Fanwood

Score: 49 – 71 lost

Led by Thomas with 20 points and 3 steals, followed by Bode with 18 points
and 7 rebounds and three steals.

Player of the games goes to Bode

Record: 6-6

Game # 13 vs. St. John

Score: 37-64 lost

Led by Bode with 12 points and 9 steals and 2 blocks, followed by Clarence
10 points and 5 rebounds.

Player of the game goes to Dylan

Record: 6-7

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South Carolina girls’ basketball

SCSDB 12
High Point Academy 71

SCSDB Lady Hornets will play at McCormick High this week Wednesday.

Record 1-9
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WSD Girls Score: 1/14/19

Lady Terriers 27 @ Battle Ground 25
WSD – 6-9-10-2
Record 5-5 (League 0-3)
Ashantay Truong – 10pts
Tessa Williams
Jennifer Tudor – 8pts
Saray Fortunato
Emma McKinney – 6pts
LeAnna Clearbrook – 1pt
Alondra Lopez-Alcaraz
Maya Schaut – 2pts
Juliana Sanchez
Lora Torres

BG – 4-6-8-7

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random deafsports thoughts

The won lost records as posted on
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

are only as accurate as what the coaches post on their game results
to DeafDigest Sports

Some won/lost records are 100 percent accurate

Some won/lost records contain some errors

DeafDigest Sports editor cannot manually count the games won and
count the games lost. There are about 50 schools that play basketball
and this task would take forever.

Thank you for understanding

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