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DeafDigest Sports – February 10, 2019

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– ESDAA-I girls NOTICE

– basketball scores

– Gallaudet indoor track updates

– Gallaudet basketball updates

– ESDAA tournament scores

– random deafsports thoughts

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 2/10/19)
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ESDAA-I girls NOTICE

With weather looming we have decided to move the game times
half hour earlier

Third place to begin at 1015 am instead of 1045

The championship game will begin at 12 noon
instead of 1230 pm

Keep this in mind if you wish to watch it on livestream

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ESDAA-I scores (43rd Annual ESDAA Girls Basketball Tournament)

DAY 2 of the 43rd ESDAA Girls Basketball Tournament

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9th

SKILL COMPETITIONS

TEAM FREE THROWS CHAMPIONS – Lexington

TEAM LAY-UPS  CHAMPIONS – Lexington

TEAM 21 CHAMPIONS – Lexington

INDIVIDUAL HOT SHOT CHAMPION – Gigi Zheng – Lexington

KNOCK OUT CHAMPION – Ryane Smalley, Western PA

GAME #3

NYSD    9    4    11    11    35

ASD     12  4       6      2     24

NYSD – B. Pon – 17, Campos – 7, Persaud – 6, S. Pon – 3, and K. Herrera -
2

ASD – Page – 12, Pagan – 6, Casella – 4, and Vasquez – 2

GAME #4

PSD     8    5    7    5    3    28

LEX     4    12   3   6    6    31

PSD – Id-deen – 20, Gilmore – 7, and DiGiacomo – 1

LEX – De La Rosa – 12, Zheng – 8, A. Vitucci and Tun – 4 each, and
Flores-Reyes – 3

GAME #5

MPS         0     8    3    10    21

WPSD     11    8    7    10    36

MPS – Rochette – 11, Elliott-Mendelsohn – 8, and Child – 2

WPSD – Sloan and Fisher – 12 each, Smalley – 10, and Larson – 2

TOMORROW (Sunday, February 10th)

9:00 a.m. – (EXHIBITION GAME) American vs New York-Fanwood

10:45 a.m. – THIRD PLACE GAME – Pennsylvania vs Marie Philip

12:30 p.m. – CHAMPIONSHIP GAME – Lexington vs Western Pennsylvania

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ESDAA-II girls’ basketball tournament scores

*Friday*
Rochester 44   Bye Team-Cornerstone  46
Rhode Island 22  Delaware  28
St. Mary’s 42  New Jersey 46

Saturday results from Girls Division II
MKSD 39. Bye Team Destiny 57
RI 18. SMSD 40
Delaware 21 Rochester 46 (championship finals)

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Great Plains boys’ championship finals

Oklahoma – 62
Kansas – 60

Great Plains girls’ championship finals

Championship – 4 seat vs 2 seat
4 – Oklahoma 37
2 – Wisconsin 28

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Gallaudet basketball

men’s
Bison storm back to upend Keuka in overtime

KEUKA PARK, N.Y. – The Gallaudet University men’s basketball team rallied
in the second half and forced overtime here Saturday against Keuka College
in a North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) cross-divisional game. In
the extra period, GU scored 19 points to hand the Wolves a 91-84 defeat.

Gallaudet (5-17, 5-8 NEAC) erased a 15-point lead Keuka (9-11, 6-7 NEAC)
held early in the second half. The Bison were able to whittle down the
margin and forced the extra frame after sophomore guard Preston Kelly
(Fishers, Ind.) made a jumper with six seconds left.

In overtime, junior guard Noah Valencia (Riverside, Calif.) made eight of
his game-high 40 points, including two of his eight 3-pointers. Valencia
finished with 40 points, four steals, three assists and three rebounds.

women’s
Gallaudet’s six-game win streak snapped by Keuka on the road, 76-73

KEUKA PARK, N.Y. – A final 3-point attempt by Gallaudet University’s
women’s basketball team came up short as the visiting Bison fell, 76-73,
to Keuka College here Saturday in a key North Eastern Athletic Conference
(NEAC) cross-divisional game.

Gallaudet (13-9, 10-3 NEAC) trailed Keuka (17-4, 12-1 NEAC) by four
points, 76-72, with five seconds left when sophomore forward Juliana Bahan
(Frederick, Md.) came down with a rebound and got fouled. Bahan went to
the free throw line and made the first attempt to cut the margin to three.

Bahan missed the second free throw attempt but got her own rebound as the
final seconds began to tick off the scoreboard. The ball got kicked out to
sophomore guard Emelia Beldon (Frederick, Md.), who heaved up a final
3-point attempt as time expired but didn’t go in.

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Gallaudet indoor track

men’s
PRINCESS ANNE, Md. – The Gallaudet University men’s track and field team
finished in fifth place here Saturday at the Eastern Shore Invite/Combined
Events Meet hosted by University of Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES) in the
Hytche Center.

The host Hawks of UMES won the indoor two-day meet with 196 team points
followed by Delaware State University (108), Salisbury University (108),
Bryant & Stratton College (47), Gallaudet (34) and Wesley College (eight).
Gallaudet, Salisbury and Wesley are NCAA Division III programs.

Gallaudet’s 4×400 meter relay team finished third with a time of 3:38.07
as Delaware State’s top two relay teams took first and second place.

women’s
PRINCESS ANNE, Md. – The Gallaudet University women’s track and field team
finished in fifth place here Saturday at the Eastern Shore Invite/Combined
Events Meet hosted by University of Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES) in the
Hytche Center.

The host Hawks of UMES won the indoor two-day meet with 148 team points
followed by Salisbury University (139), University of the District of
Columbia (105), Delaware State University (101), Gallaudet (33) and Bryant
& Stratton College (five). Salisbury and Gallaudet were the lone NCAA
Division III programs present.

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Colorado girls’ basketball

It was senior night for our team and Bethune was our guest opponent. Just
like our team, they had only 5 players suited up to play this game. We
opened the first quarter battling it out and finished it being down 14-7.
As the second quarter was rolling, we got Bethune in some foul trouble.
Unfortunately, we could not capitalize on the free throws. In the third
quarter, Bethune went hot with a 20 point quarter to our 5 points. We
finished the game losing, 46-24. For the last time on home court, senior
Diana Enriquez continued her streaky hot hand with 19 points, 7 rebounds,
4
steals, and 3 blocks, as she fouled out in the remaining seconds of the
game. Senior Rose Longbine came up with 5 points, 5 rebounds, 2 steals,
and
a block. Senior Daniela Lopez had a solid night with 4 rebounds, 3 steals,
and a block. Freshman Marie Padilla grabbed 3 rebounds, and a steal.
Senior
Chantelle Morales contributed with 2 rebounds. We will sorely miss the
seniors, but we still have one last game with them next week!

Bethune – 46
CSDB    – 24

Record 0-16

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Illinois Boys Basketball

Illinois Deaf    60
Pheasant Hill 56  OT

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

Kentucky School for the Deaf

OSD 8 12 11 24- 55
KSD 1 9 6 8- 24

KSD (0-18) Dorn 6, Gilbert 3, Haynes 2, Rhodes 4, Vickery 4, Collins 5

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Missouri School for the Deaf boys took 2nd place in GPSD

February 9th, 2019

Missouri School for the Deaf           2     4     7    6   = 19
New Mexico School for the Deaf   16   27   16    0   = 59

Missouri
2nd place in GPSD

Jayden Riordan    9 points
Mikal Meriwether   8 points and 7 rebounds

6- 10 overall 10- 10

New Mexico  – 1st place in GPSD

Devin Thompson ( tall 6-8)  18 points
Luis Villalobos  16 points

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Ohio basketball

2/9/19 (Saturday)2 Games for Ohio School for the Deaf vs Georgia School
for the Deaf and Kentucky School for the Deaf @ Kentucky School for the
Deaf Homecoming

Girls:

Ohio Deaf Girls vs Georgia

OSD 6-4-11-2-23
GSD 9-10-1-13-33

Results 9-9

Ohio Deaf Girls vs Kentucky

OSD 8-12-8-6-34
KSD 8-4-12-6-30

Results: 10-9

Boys:

Ohio Deaf Boys vs Georgia

OSD 9-15-8-1-33
GSD 23-14-26-8-71

Record 13-7

Ohio Deaf Boys vs Kentucky

OSD 8-12-11-24-55
KSD 1-9-6-8-24

Record 14-7

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Oklahoma Boys Basketball

02/07/2019 – GPSD Tournament

Oklahoma – 54
Minnesota – 40
Record: 10-11

02/08/2019 – GPSD Tournament

Oklahoma – 41
New Mexico – 64
Record: 10-12

02/09/2019 – GPSD Tournament

Oklahoma – 62
Kansas – 60
Record: 11-12

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Oklahoma girls’ basketball

First Games – 4 seat vs 5 seat
4 – Oklahoma 48
5 – Minnesota 14

Semi-finals – 1 seat vs 4 seat
4 – Oklahoma 45
1 – Kansas 34

Championship – 4 seat vs 2 seat
4 – Oklahoma 37
2 – Wisconsin 28

Final Record
9 wins – 14 losses

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St Mary’s girls basketball

The Lady Bisons took on the Colts from New Jersey yesterday in the 3rd
seed vs 4th seed matchup of the ESDAA DII Girls Basketball Championship in
Rochester.  The opening minutes of the game had both teams working out
their jitters.  New Jersey managed to take a 1st quarter lead after Kioney
Alvira-Jurado was forced to sit after a collision.  This was a physical
and knock down type of game as the officials let both teams play.  The
Lady Bisons trailed 21-15 at the half but were still in the game despite
the score.  After some half time changes, The Lady Bisons came out and
went on a 21-2 run to take the lead.  Emma Foster led the attack on
defense. Kioney Alvira-Jurado and Cami Cole found their shot on offense.
Julia Bronneberg and Elise Watson helped defensively as well as on the
boards.  Early in the 4th quarter Alvira-Jurado picked up a disputed 5th
foul.  The Colts began to chip away at the lead.  There were many
turnovers by both teams and the 4th quarter dragged on long
enough for the Colts to take the lead with 13.7 seconds 44-42.  As the
seconds ticked off the clock, the Colts managed to score again before the
buzzer and the game finished 46-42 in favor of the The Colts.

The Bisons play Rhode Island today at 3pm for game two of the ESDAA.

Our record is 1 Win and 10 losses.

The Lady Bisons tipped off against Rhode Island yesterday in the second
round of the ESDAA DII Tournament.  The Lady Bisons took the lead at the
tip
off and never trailed the entire game.  They controlled the boards on both
ends of the court which was a key component in their performance.  All
players saw action in this game and The Lady Bisons worked the ball well
on
offense.  Kioney Alvira-Jurado led all scorers with 19 points and 11
rebounds.  Cami Cole had 14 points and 7 rebounds.  Julia Bronneberg had 5
points and 4 rebounds.  Aleyshka Rivera-Nieves finished with 2 points.

The Lady Bisons play The Delaware Hawks today at 11:00am for 3rd /4th
place.
This will conclude our 2019 season.

Our record is 2 wins and 10 losses.

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Tennessee basketball

Girls

Jellico 56 Tennessee 49

Boys

Jellico 75 Tennessee 49

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random deafsports thoughts

one reason why one has to be careful with tweets is
because of so much misinformation about the deaf in
sports. And these misinformed comments are retweeted
and then retweeted!

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