2019/01/25

DeafDigest Sports – January 25, 2019

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deaf schools won/lost records (as of 1/25/19)
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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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