2019/01/28

DeafDigest Sports – January 28, 2019

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— wrestling update

— Gallaudet swimming

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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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