DeafDigest Sports – February 22, 2020

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Hot DeafSports News at:

— random deafsports thoughts

— basketball updates

— indoor track

— Gallaudet updates

— Don Padden

— quarterfinals game tonite

— wheelchair basketball


Gallaudet mourns the passing of Donald A. Padden, ’45

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University community mourns the passing of
Donald A. Padden, ’45, on Wednesday morning, February 19 in Frederick,
Maryland. Don was 98 years old. He had been a part of the Gallaudet
community for nearly 80 years, as a student, an athlete, a teacher, a
coach, a revered mentor and father figure to generations of students, an
alumni association officer, and an elder statesman of the Gallaudet and
Deaf communities.

Don was the last surviving member of the Five Iron Men, the 1942-1943
men’s basketball team that won the Mason-Dixon conference championship.
The team had a losing record during the regular season, and was seeded
last of eight teams in the conference tournament. Gallaudet won three
straight games to win the tournament, with all five team members playing
every minute of every game.

Upon graduation in 1945, Don joined the Gallaudet faculty. He stayed for
42 years, with two stints as men’s basketball coach. He also expanded the
intramural program and directed it for ten years, and served on the design
committee for the Field House. He was inducted into the Gallaudet
Athletics Hall of Fame in 1995, and the Field House gymnasium floor was
named in his honor in 2017.

Don was married for 72 years to Agnes Minor Padden, ’47, who also taught
at Gallaudet for nearly four decades. Together, the Paddens were one of
the most recognizable and iconic couples in our history, giving countless
hours to the university and the community. For 28 years, they wrote and
edited the Mileposts column in the Gallaudet Alumni Newsletter. Don was
treasurer of the Gallaudet University Alumni Association from 1982 to
1989, and chaired the GUAA centennial reunion in 1989.

Agnes Padden passed away on October 3, 2019.

Note: He is a Gallaudet-lifer, simply put! A great man!


Gallaudet women’s basketball

Time runs out on Bison comeback against Fighting Tigers

COBLESKILL, N.Y. – The Gallaudet University women’s basketball team lost
83-77 on the road here Friday night to SUNY Cobleskill in a North Eastern
Athletic Conference (NEAC) game.

Gallaudet (9-15, 7-8 NEAC) trailed for the majority of the game against
SUNY Cobleskill (11-13, 6-9 NEAC) in the Iorio Gymnasium. The Fighting
Tigers outscored the Bison 21-16 in the opening quarter and took a 45-37
lead into halftime.

The Bison made things interesting in the fourth quarter when GU came back
from 12 points down. The Bison cut the Fighting Tigers’ lead to one,
75-74, on a Kendall Hudson (Blissfield, Mich.) layup at the 3:08 mark. The
game was stuck at 79-77 for over a minute as the game headed towards the
end of regulation. GU missed two shots during that stretch, which would’ve
tied the game.

SUNY Cobleskill scored its final four points at the free throw line in the
closing seconds to secure the win.


Gallaudet’s Noah Valencia earns CoSIDA Academic All-District Men’s
Basketball honors for a second straight yea

February 21, 2020

WASHINGTON  – The 2019-20 Academic All-District® Men’s Basketball Teams,
selected by CoSIDA (College Sports Information Directors of America), were
released and Gallaudet University senior guard Noah Valencia (Riverside,
Calif.) was named to the District 2 first team for Division III. Valencia
will now be added to the national ballot for the chance to earn Academic
All-America honors, which will be announced on Wednesday, March 11.


Gallaudet men’s basketball

GU lose to SUNY Cobleskill on the road, 84-70

COBLESKILL, N.Y. – Senior guard Noah Valencia (Riverside, Calif.) scored a
game-high 33 points but it wasn’t enough to lift Gallaudet University past
SUNY Cobleskill here Friday night in a North Eastern Athletic Conference
(NEAC) men’s basketball game.


Gallaudet baseball

GU can’t warm up against Mustangs as Bison Baseball Classic begins

WASHINGTON – Gallaudet University dropped the first game of the Bison
Baseball Classic here on a frigid Friday at Hoy Field. The Bison lost 31-5
to Stevenson University in nine innings


Fremont boys’ basketball

Our #2 Seeded CSD Boys Basketball Team won their NCS First Round Game on
Wednesday and they will play in the Quarterfinals against #7 Jewish
Community who beat us
in the season opener.  The game will be at CSD on Saturday February 22 at

North Coast Section Division 6 Playoffs – First Round
Bracket link: http://cifncs.org/sports/basketball/20BBSKD6.pdf

#15 Valley Christian Dublin – 70
#2 California School for the Deaf – 77

CSD was up 71-56 with 1:34 remaining in the fourth quarter then VCD all of
a sudden hit four straight 3-pointers in 1 minute. They had only one 3pt
make in the entire game before that point to make the score closer than it should be.

CSD advances to the NCS Quarterfinals. We will play #7 Jewish Community on
Saturday Feb 22 at 8pm. JCS defeated CSD 54-42 in our first game of the


Maryland indoor track

the result of Jesuit Invitational meets at Georgetown Prep School in the
afternoon today

Chelsea Lyere
55 meter 8.5 in the 6th place

Jaleah Nutter
800 m in 3:55.0

Ashley Ober
Shot Put  20ft 7 inches in third place at meets

Yireh Sanchez
800 m in 3:36.0

Truth Dorsette
55 meter in 6.83 in 9th place at meets

Migeul Pavao
800 m in 2:16.0 4th place at meets

It is the end of Indoor track season and looking forward to see
Outdoor track season


Wheelchair basketball

Both the Cincinnati Dragons and Cincinnati Royals wheelchair basketball
teams have qualified for the National Wheelchair Basketball Association
National Tournament in March.  The top 16 teams from each division will
play at nationals in Wichita.  The Dragons are currently ranked #5 in the
country in the high school division.  Kerwin Haake, a deaf junior from
Kentucky, is the starting point guard for the Dragons.  The Royals adult
wheelchair basketball team is currently ranked #2 in the national adult
Division II rankings.  Kerwin Haake mentioned above is also a starter for
the Royals and Tim Fausnaugh, deaf adult from Cincinnati, comes off the
bench.  Final seedings and brackets for the tournament will be announced
on March 3 and then the tournament will take place from March 12-15.


random DeafSports thoughts

See above story – wheelchair basketball. DeafDigest Sports editor,
as a young man years ago, watched wheelchair basketball with a
deaf sports-loving friend, at Queens College (NY).

It is rough. It is not a sport for the faint-hearted. It is great
to see Kerwin Haake, still attending high school, hold his
own against the nation’s best wheelchair players – many of them
military vets that were wounded in recent wars.





DeafDigest Sports – February 20, 2020

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— basketball updates

— ESDAA-I boys results


ESDAA-I boys results

long list, posted at the bottom of this edition


Maryland boys’ basketball

Maryland School for the Deaf @ Greater Grace Christian Academy
* MIAC Semifinals *

1      2     3     4   =  Total
MSD   –  14    9   12   20   =   55
GGC   –  22  19   18   18   =   77

Halftime –  Greater Grace led 41-23

Jory Valencia – 11 points
Miguel Pavao – 6 points
Jaden Joseph – 8 points, 8 rebounds, 7 assists
Enow Otto – 19 points, 8 rebounds, 1 block
Zion Ortiz – 11 points

Team Total FG:  22
Team Total 3FG:  7 (Ortiz 3, Valencia 3, Pavao)
Team Total FT:  4-8

Jack Brigham – 13 points
Myles Tanksley – 3 points
Justin Lynch – 26 points
Colby Dunbar – 16 points
Ronnie Daniels – 5 points
James Carter – 14 points

Team Total FG:  26
Team Total 3FG:  11 (Lynch 5, Dunbar 4, Carter, Daniels)
Team Total FT:  11-15

Record: 21-5  (Season End)


Maryland girls’ basketball

Maryland School for the Deaf vs. Covenant Life School

1      2     3     4   =   Total

MSD –    12    22   10    11  =      47

CLS –      2      2     2      1  =        7


C. Lummer – 18 points, 9 rebounds, 4 steals, 2 assists, 1 block

C. Salit – 11 points, 8 rebounds, 7 assists, 1 block

Ar. Zfati – 2 rebounds, 3 steals, 1 assist

H. Weiss – 10 points, 5 rebounds, 4 steals, 2 assists, 1 block

A. Cohen – 1 rebound

S. Herzig-Wilcox – 4 points, 4 steals, 2 assists

N. Whittaker – 4 points, 2 steals

B. Finkle – 1 rebound, 1 steal

Team FG: 23

Team 3-FG: 1 (Salit)

Team FT: 0-3


S. Campbell – 2 points

A. Brewer – 4 points

A. Rodriguez – 1 point

Team FG: 3

Team 3-FG: 0

Team FT: 1-6

Record: 19-6

MSD will play RockBridge Academy for the MIAC Championship this Saturday
at 2pm.


Michigan boys’ basketball

MSD vs Faithway Christian

Tartars got to stomp faith 52 to 32 with Jake Zanavich basketing 20
points, Morgan Squire with 16, and Japhet Ogu got 10 points. We are 2 wins
and 16 losses.


Minnesota girls’ basketball

Lost 13-36. This ends our season with a 8-11 record.


Missouri boys’ basketball

Missouri School for the Deaf hosted Missouri Military Academy

February 20, 2020

Missouri Military Academy    15    11    15   15   = 56

Missouri School for the Deaf  6     13    10   10   =  39


Mikal Meriwether  23 points, 4 rebounds, and 2 steals

Conner Luper           6 points and 3 assists

Mason Daum            5 points

Allen Cass                  3 points

Hezeki Smoot           2 points and 9 rebounds

Record con 7- 10 , Overall  9 -11

This Saturday at 12:00   MSD Boys( 8th seeding )  will play against
Tuscumbia 9th seeding) for Class 1 District 9 tournament in Jefferson


Gunner Stugart  17 points

Bruno Pozzani    14 points


Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Basketball


Date: Thursday, February 20, 2020 at 4:30 PM

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 40

Sandy Spring Friends School: 42


Rhode Island basketball

Rhode Island Boys BB Recap

WBCA – 17  10 – 27
RISD –   17  18 – 35

Jayden E. – 24 Points

RISD Boys BB Final Record: 5-10

With everybody returning next season – the boys’ basketball team should be
much better next year.


Rhode Island Girls BB Recap


WBCA – 6  1  – 7
RISD – 7  20 – 27

2/14 – ESDAA Div. 2 Girls BB Tournament Day 1

#3 RISD –  12  14  – 26
#2 SMSD –  8  11  – 19

2/15 – ESDAA Div. 2 Girls BB Tournament Day 2

HMS  –  8     9   – 17
RISD –  17  13  – 30

2/16 – ESDAA Div. 2 Girls BB Tournament Championship Game

#3 RISD –  6     6   – 12
#1 RSD –  14   16  – 30

Girls BB Final Record: 9-8

First time into the top-2 of Division 2 Girls Basketball Tournament since
2008! Big accomplishment for the girls despite the loss in the
championship game. We hope
our younger players are ready to step up next season as we will lose one
key senior.


random DeafSports thoughts

What bothers DeafDigest Sports while he reads deaf news

That there are many, many deaf sports stories in newspapers
in Great Britain, Australia, New Zealand, India, Canada
and other English-speaking nations.

USA newspapers? Not that really too many!




ESDAA results:

Friday, February 14th:

LEX – 58
PSD – 20

ASD – 56
OSD – 28

MPS – 80
MKSD – 36

NYSD – 84
WPSD – 66

Saturday, February 15th:

MKSD – 52
WPSD – 78

OSD – 53
PSD – 44

LEX – 67
ASD- 65
(2 Overtimes)

MPS – 75
NYSD – 61

Sunday, February 16th:

PSD – 59
MKSD – 47

OSD – 61
WPSD -48

ASD – 69
NYSD – 56

MPS – 67
LEX – 56

On Thu, Feb 20, 2020 at 8:33 PM Matt Bujak <mattbujak@psd.org> wrote:
88th Annual Eastern School for the Deaf Athletic Association (ESDAA) Div 1
Boys Basketball tournament @ Pennsylvania School for the Deaf – results:

Champions – MPS
Runner-up – LEX
3rd Place – ASD
4th Place – NYSD
Consolation – OSD
6th Place – WPSD
7th Place – PSD
8th Place – MKSD

Most Valuable Player – Amogne Konkel-Harmon

Joe Giordano Sportsmanship team Award – PSD

All Stars:
Slavik Sukhovtsev MPS
Kyle Florio MPS
Luke McBrine MPS
Adem Mahassini LEX
Tayqwan Richardson LEX
Jayden Orlang LEX
Joshua Robinson ASD
Johan Garofalo ASD
Jaykuss Figueroa NYSD
Jordan James OSD
Ashton Johns WPSD
Jacob Cross PSD
Nasir Gurganus MKSD


42nd Annual ESDAA Cheerleading Competition results:

Champions – MSD
Runner up – LEX
3rd place – WPSD

Spirit Award – WPSD
Creative Movement – LEX

Most Valuable Cheerleader – Kathylean Colon PSD
Individual Cheer – Ariellia Zfati MSD
Individual Jump – Jalen Whitehurst MSD

All Stars:
Silmara Campos NYSD
Xiaoli Carr WPSD
Thalia Guettler MSD
Aaron Laikram LEX
Jordan Laikram LEX
Manar Muatan PSD
Niah Taylor MNM
Valerie Walkup MSD


DeafDigest Sports – February 20, 2020

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New Jersey boys basketball news

Final game for the season
NJSD vs Cap

Cap won 59-33
Nasir Gurganus leads the scoring 24 points

Final season record is 7-14


New Mexico basketball

NMSD VG BB recap

V girls


ECA   50

We had our last game of the regular season last night versus ECA. We lost with a
final score of 50-21. We tried to keep up with them using our strong defense,
but some of their players were able to beat our defense and maintained their
lead throughout the game. By halftime we had a score of 11-21, but we did not
play as well during the last two quarters.  Our top scorers of tonight include
Victoria Baca with 11 points, 3 steals and 2 assists and Mya Malone with 8
points and 15 rebounds. We want to thank the NSMD community for supporting us
throughout the regular season. We look forward to regrouping and having practice
tomorrow to prepare for the districts tournament next week.

Record: 9-14


Tennessee basketball


District Tourneys

Washburn  59 Tennessee 8



Jellico  89 Tennessee 43



random DeafSports thoughts

Basketball All-Americans?


DeafDigest Sports editor waits for school’s
basketball seasons to end before extending
an invitation to submit nominations.

Same rule as always in the past – schools
that do not send in scores on a regular
basis will not be invited. It does not matter
if the school has a 25-0 record or a 0-25
record,  or won a deaf regional championship or
is considered to be among the best in the
nation; if that school does not turn in basketball
scores on a regular basis, it remains uninvited.

DeafDigest Sports editor has gotten responses
from these non-invited schools, saying  “go look
us up on our web site”  OR “go look us up
on maxpreps”

Sorry, these schools MUST turn in their
scores, without saying – go to maxpreps
or go to web site.

So far, DeafDigest Sports has been getting
nominations from invited schools.

Thank you for understanding.




DeafDigest Sports – February 19, 2020

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— basketball updates

— Gallaudet basketball

— dedication to an all-time Gallaudet legend


Dedication to the longest living Iron Man basketball player

DeafDigest Sports dedicates this edition to Donald
Padden, the sole surviving member of the famed 1943
Gallaudet Iron Men basketball team that won the
Mason-Dixon Conference basketball championship
despite a losing overall season record.

He just departed us.

to look at the group picture of the Gallaudet Iron Men:

Padden is the one with jersey #9


Gallaudet women’s basketball

Gallaudet tripped up by Penn College on Senior Night

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University women’s basketball team dropped its
final home regular-season game of the season here Tuesday night to Penn
College, 85-80, before a crowd of 340 in the Field House on Senior Night
and “Play4Kay” night.


Gallaudet men’s basketball

ison lose NEAC playoff berth to Penn College on Senior Night

WASHINGTON – The goal was clear to both teams here Tuesday night. Win and
you’re in the North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) men’s basketball
tournament next week.

Gallaudet University (5-18, 5-9 NEAC) had a golden opportunity to make the
postseason but coughed up the chance to play next week as they ran into a
hot-shooting Penn College (7-16, 5-9 NEAC) squad and lost, 92-60. The
32-point loss is the third largest this season for the Bison.


Delaware girls’ basketball

Final scores for all our games at Girls Division II ESDAA:

Friday against West Virginia(5): Win


Saturday against Rochester(1): Lost


Sunday against Saint Mary’s(2): Win



We also won the Kelly Butterworth Lay Up Team Competition with 35 points!

A shout out to our All Stars:

Megan Hopkins

Sheimyllian Morales Sanchez

Final record: 6-10


Fremont sports

BCL LEAGUE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT – The CSD Girls had another thriller in a
semifinals game against Holy Names and unfortunately lost 52-48.  The CSD
Boys beat
Contra Costa Christian 63-27 in the semifinals and then Oakland Military
Institute 59-49 to win the League Championship.  Congratulations to both

NCS BASKETBALL – The Girls team are on a roll having won 7 of our last 10
to propel us in the NCS Playoffs!  They will be the #15 seed and look
forward to going to
#2 Calistoga on Wednesday.   The Boys team are also on fire, winning 10 of
our last 11 and they have earned the #2 seed and will host #15 Valley
Christian Dublin on
Wednesday.  Please come and support our teams!  Attached is our brackets.

WRESTLING – George Quirie got eliminated at the MVAL Tournament and our
season has ended.  Congratulations to George and everyone else!

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK –  LEONARDO VERGARA – Our senior speedster had a
memorable week starting from Senior Night on February 6 to League Playoffs
on February 15.  Leo
helped us win the BCL Playoff Championship with excellent defense,
disrupting the opposing team’s offensive rhythm. Leo also scored 17 points
in both BCL Playoff
games including 5 three-pointers in the championship game to punch our
ticket into the North Coast Section Playoffs!


Kentucky boys’ basketball

Kentucky School for the Deaf at Frankfort Christian in Frankfort, Kentucky

KSD 9 4 4 18-35
FC 16 10 5 18-49

KSD (0-15) Collins 15, Gilbert 9, Tucker 6, Frahler 5.


Maryland boys’ basketball

Rockbridge Academy @ Maryland School for the Deaf
* MIAC Quarterfinals *

1      2     3     4   =  Total
RA    –  10    14   12   13   =   49
MSD –  20    13   28   14   =   75

Halftime –  MSD led 33-24

Ethan Sheppeck – 20 points, 3 assists
Nathan Sheppeck – 6 points
Miguel Pavao – 6 points, 7 rebounds, 5 assists, 5 steals
Jaden Joseph – 12 points, 10 assists, 6 steals, 4 rebounds, 2 blocks
Enow Otto – 20 points, 9 rebounds, 3 steals
Zion Ortiz – 11 points, 4 rebounds, 5 steals

Team Total FG:  31
Team Total 3FG:  7 (Et. Sheppeck 6, Ortiz)
Team Total FT:  6-13

Ben Ault – 22 points
Tim Tatterson – 4 points
Luke Williams – 12 points
Alex Lawing – 4 points
Luke Sweeney – 5 points
Paul Ward – 2 points

Team Total FG:  20
Team Total 3FG:  5 (Williams 4, Sweeney)
Team Total FT:  4-6

MSD advance to the semifinals of the Maryland Independent Athletic
Conference (MIAC) tournament and will face the top seed from East
Division, Greater Grace
Christian Academy in Baltimore on Thursday, February 20 at 5:30pm.

Record: 21-4


Maryland girls’ basketball

Maryland School for the Deaf vs. Carroll Christian Schools

1      2     3     4   =   Total
MSD –    12    22   10    11  =      55
CCS –     8     16     4    16  =     44


C. Lummer – 25 points, 8 rebounds, 4 steals, 4 assists
C. Salit – 14 points, 4 rebounds, 2 steals, 6 assists
Ar. Zfati – 7 points, 3 rebounds, 4 steals
A. Cohen – 1 rebound
S. Herzig-Wilcox – 7 points, 1 rebound, 5 steals, 4 assists
N. Whittaker – 2 points, 4 rebounds, 3 steals, 1 assist

Team FG: 22
Team 3-FG: 6 (4 Salit, 1 Ar. Zfati, 1 Herzig-Wilcox)
Team FT: 5-7


C. Echegeyen – 8 points
S. Wooden – 10 points
K. Goldsmith – 4 points
L. Truedale – 2 points
S. Wedge – 4 points
A. Day – 16 points

Team FG: 21
Team 3-FG: 0
Team FT: 2-4

Record: 18-6


Michigan boys’ basketball

MSD at Austin Catholic

Tartars showed up today different than last time, but came short. We lost
25 to 30.


Minnesota girls’ basketball

Won 45-20 against Metro Deaf School for our last home game of the season.
controlled the game in the first half, had a lot of missed shots and were
not driving to the basket. In the second half, we made adjustments and
advantage of their miscues and ran out a good lead and allowed our bench
play lengthy minutes. Final game this upcoming Thursday.

Record 8-10

H. Sheets- 6 points and 1 assist
J. Johnson (#5)- 22 points, 5 rebounds, 5 steals and 1 assist
E. Olakunle- 5 points, 8 rebounds and 1 assist
R. Hernandez-Gutierrez- 2 points, 7 rebounds and 1 steal
D. Schwartz- 8 points, 2 assists, 3 rebounds and 3 steals
B. Roggow- 2 points, 2 steals, 1 rebound and 1 assist
A. Gillespie- 3 rebounds


Missouri boys’ basketball

Missouri School for the Deaf    6    10   8  10 = 34

Calvary Lutheran                        21  10   4   11= 46

MSD boys

Mikal Meriwether  16 points, 8 rebounds, and 3 Steals

Conner Luper           10 points

Hezeki Smoot            7 points and 8 rebounds

Jayden Riordan did not play that night.

Record  conf 7-9 , overall 9- 10


New Mexico basketball

2/13/20  V girls


Jemez Valley 50

We lost to Jemez last night with a final score of 29-50. We were able to
score more during the fourth quarter. A lot of missed shots and rushing
lost us the game.
We look forward to regrouping and having practice next week. Some of our
top scorers include Mya Malone with 14 points and 17 rebounds, Martina
Rodarte-Estrada with
9 points and 8 rebounds, Victoria Baca had 5 steals. Mya Malone reached
her milestone of one thousand rebounds.

Record 9-13

2/13/20  V boys


Jemez Valley 73

In the second game of back to back games against Jemez Valley at Larson,
The Warriors came out hot and kept making baskets despite our best
defensive efforts. The
Roadrunners couldn’t overcome a cold start and played catch-up through the
night to no avail. Senior Luis Villalobos had 18 points, 9 rebounds and 4
assists despite
being double-teamed all night with Sophomore Bruce Brewer Junior making 15
points and 8 rebounds along with 4 assists despite being double-teamed
also. Kieran
Vollmar had 11 points and 6 rebounds with Adrien Ercolino chipping in 6
points. The team, currently 15-6, is having a long weekend off before
travelling to Walatowa
for their fourth district game in a row.

Record 15-6


Texas sports


TSD wrestling went to McKinney Christian Academy for the TAPPS state
tournament on Feb. 15th and we have to say the team did great!
Individually 106 lbs Hawkins Morgan and 113 lbs Brandon Brentham had tough
matches in the championship game and they finished second, 120 lbs Jay
Gorosestia and 285 lbs Xavier Morris finished 3rd, and 152 lbs Joseph
Kwalah finished 4th. We the coaches couldn’t be any more prouder of our
boys for competing so hard at a tough tournament. The team also finished
6th out of 19 schools which is an awesome result for us.

Brian Laird

Boys Basketball
Area Playoffs – Feb. 18
TSD Rangers (22-7)  will travel to Houston to face St. Thomas Episcopal
(19-4) at 5:15 pm.

Girls Basketball
Area Playoff – Feb. 18
TSD Lady Rangers (31-2) will take on Bay Area Christian (5-12) at Seeger
gym (TSD) at 5:15 pm.

Boys Basketball
TSD, 59
St. Thomas Episcopal, 90

Record: 22-8
End of Season

Girls Basketball
Bay Area Christian, 22
TSD, 55

Record: 32-2




WPSD 29 – PC 57






BOYS BASKETBALL: lost to Portersville Christian, 29-57   SEASON ENDS

LEAGUE RECORD: 2-6 – clinched playoff spot (4th place)


MS BOYS BASKETBALL: did not play



V GIRLS BASKETBALL: lost to Portersville Christian, 22-56    SEASON ENDS

LEAGUE RECORD: 3-5 – clinched playoff spot (3rd place)



Wisconsin basketball

Girls Basketball team won vs. Early View  35-28 last night.
Record 5-17

Boys Basketball team lost to Early View 26-78 last night
Record 6-15

Both seasons has ended.

Track & Field will begin practice on March 2nd.
Girls Coaches: Karla Gunn & Therese Pohl-Markowitz
Boys Coaches: Casey Kelly & Kevin Annen


random DeafSports thoughts

Don Padden has departed us.

He was a firm believer in the level playing field
in sports.

He just hated it when a team was much too strong
over a weaker team in any sport. And he has took
action into his hands, removing top players from
the stronger team to make even things out for the
weaker team.

This was in reference to Gallaudet intramural




DeafDigest Sports – February 18, 2020

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— basketball updates

— team wins second championship


Fremont girls’ basketball

Bay Counties League Playoffs

BCL Semifinals – Feb 13

#4 Contra Costa Christian 27
#1 CSD 63

BCL Finals – Feb 15

#2 Oakland Military Institute 49
#1 CSD 59

CSD is now 21-5 on the season. CSD has also won both BCL Regular Season
and Playoff Championships.

It is only the second time in school history CSD Boys Basketball has won
the BCL Playoff Championship in the past 42 seasons, first was in 2012. It
is the first
time CSD has won both Regular and Playoff BCL championships in the same

CSD has earned the #2 seed in the North Coast Section Division 6 Playoffs.
First game is Feb 19.


Kentucky boys’ basketball

Homeschool Light at Kentucky School for the Deaf in Danville, Kentucky.

Light 12 9 13 10-44
KSD 5 8 6 9-28

KSD (0-14) Collins 16, Dorn 3, Gilbert 9


Kentucky Girls BB

GIRLS’ BB, 2/17/2020:

L.I.G.H.T. Sports Home School 37, KSD 22

L.I.G.H.T. ended the game with a 15-2 run after KSD was within 22-20.

Record: 3-17 (End of regular season)

Next up: Garrard County, 45th District Tournament at Lincoln County,
Tuesday, February 25 at 6:00


New Jersey boys’ basketball news

Esdaa division 1 at psd
Game 1. NJSD vs MPS.
MPS won 80-36

NJSD Nasir Gurganus leads scoring  24 points

Game 2  NJSD vs WPSD
WPSD won 78-52
NJSD Christian Ayers leads scoring
19 points

Game 3 NJSD vs PSD
PSD won 59-47
NJSD Nasir Gurganus leads scoring 33 point

Very proud of our boys working hard and doing their best effort.

One more game today.

Record is 7- 13


Riverside girls’ basketball

In their first playoff action of the year against Faith Baptist of Canoga
Park, the girls’ varsity team got off to a slow start in the first
quarter, 15-4, but
found their momentum in the second quarter to bring themselves within 10
points by halftime, at 24-14.   The Cubs owned the third quarter
outscoring FB 15 to 8, but
could not overcome their 4th quarter mistakes and lost to FB by the score
of 45-36, to end their season.

Overall, the girls did a terrific job this season, posting a 17-7 season
record, which is an improvement from 14-10 last year.   The good news is
that we have
everyone returning next year.   I want to thank Norman Weiss, Ida Dotson
and Peter Trzesniewski for their time, excellent coaching, and patience
with the girls.
We look forward to the off season work with the girls and with
improvement on their skills and basketball IQ, the future looks bright for
the 2020-2021 Cubs.

Onward to next year!


St Mary’s girls basketball

The Lady Bisons travelled to Olean face New Life Christian.  New Life is
the top
team in the IAC and they proved to be too much for the Bisons.  The final
was 43-17.  Laci Stoffer  had 11 points and hit 3 three pointers.  Kioney
Jurado finished with 6 points.

Record 4-8 Overall and 2-4 in the league.

Next game is Thursday Feb. 6th against Gilead.


Texas girls’ basketball

newspaper rankings


1. Austin Texas School for the Deaf, 30-2; 2. Boerne Geneva, 23-2; 3.
Dallas Shelton, 17-2; 4. Lubbock Christian, 22-8; 5. Kennedale Fellowship,
22-9; 6. Flower Mound Coram Deo, 22-8; 7. Houston Lutheran North, 13-7; 8.
Waco Reicher, 17-12; 9. Lubbock Trinity Christian, 11-7; 10. Austin Hill
Country Christian, 15-12.




WPSD 66 – NYSD 84

NJSD 52 – WPSD 78

OSD 61 – WPSD 48

RECORD  7 – 15


random DeafSports talk

Clerc as nation’s toughest high school
tournament, either deaf or hearing?

Yes, DeafDigest Sports thinks so!

We’ve had teams that “don’t do well”
at Clerc, yet come home and whip all
these hearing teams in their own

Something deaf basketball fans could
be proud of.




DeafDigest Sports – February 16-17, 2020

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Hot DeafSports News at:

— random deafsports thoughts

— ESDAA-I boys finals

— ESDAA-II girls’ finals

— Gallaudet champions in men’s swimming

— big Gallaudet women’s basketball win

— Gallaudet baseball doubleheader sweep

— other Gallaudet updates

— basketball and wrestling updates

— deaf athlete mocked for his deafness

— British rugby player


ESDAA Div. 2 Girls BB Day 2 Results / Day 3 Matchups

Day 2 Results
Skills Competition Results
Team “21” – Rochester
Team Free Throw – St. Mary’s
Team Layups – Delaware
Manager’s – Horace Mann

2:00 P.M.
Horace Mann – 17
Rhode Island – 30

3:30 P.M.
#5 West Virginia – 17
#2 St. Mary’s – 37

5:00 P.M.
#4 Delaware – 10
#1 Rochester – 35

Day 3 Schedule

9:00 A.M.
Horace Mann vs. #5 West Virginia

10:30 A.M. – 3rd/4th Place Game
#4 Delaware vs. #2 St. Mary’s

12:00 P.M. – Championship Game
#3 Rhode Island vs. #1 Rochester

Interesting Note: This is Rhode Island’s first championship game appearance
since 2008 while Rochester is looking to defend their title. These two
schools also met in the championship game three straight years from 2006-2008.

ESDAA Div. 2 Girls BB Final Results

Sunday 2/16
9:00 A.M.
Horace Mann – 19
West Virginia – 30

10:30 A.M. – 3rd Place Game
Delaware – 20
St. Mary’s – 19

12:00 P.M. – Championship Game
Rochester – 30
Rhode Island – 12


Final Results
1st – Rochester
2nd – Rhode Island
3rd – Delaware
4th – St. Mary’s
5th – West Virginia

Team Sportsmanship – West Virginia


ESDAA-I boys scores


MPS beat Lexington for the title, 68-57


Gallaudet updates

men’s swimming

Gallaudet wins fourth NEAC men’s swimming championship, Sealts and Curran
take top honors

COBLESKILL, N.Y. – The Gallaudet University men’s swimming and diving
program celebrated its fourth North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC)
championship here Sunday evening in the Bouck Hall Natatorium on the SUNY
Cobleskill campus.

This is Gallaudet’s first NEAC championship since 2014. GU also won
back-to-back titles in 2011 and 2012.

The Bison team was announced as the winner during the awards ceremony and
accepted the team trophy, took some photos and then jumped into the pool,
one more time, to celebrate the win.

GU coasted to victory on Sunday as it finished with 615 team points to
pull away from the host Fighting Tigers of SUNY Cobleskill, who finished a
distant second with 478 points. Wells College (84 team points) and
Cazenovia College (37) battled it out for third place as both teams had
two swimmers each at the meet.

Junior Ben Sealts (Ottawa, Ohio) was named 2020 NEAC Men’s Swimmer of the
Year as he finished the championship weekend with three individual wins
and one relay victory. This is the third straight year Sealts has been
named NEAC Men’s Swimmer of the Year.

Gallaudet baseball

Gallaudet makes Valley Forge see double in season opener

WASHINGTON – Gallaudet University began its 2020 baseball season with a
clean sweep of University of Valley Forge on a sunny and cold Saturday at
Hoy Field. The Bison (2-0) won the first game 22-6 in seven innings. GU
posted 22 more runs in the second game to win 22-5 in five innings as the
game was called due to darkness.

women’s basketball

GU stuns SUNY Morrisville on Alumni Madness Day

WASHINGTON – It was a joyous celebration here Saturday evening for the
Gallaudet University women’s basketball team as it defeated SUNY
Morrisville, 73-62, in a North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) contest
on Alumni Madness Day in the Field House before a crowd of 408.

men’s basketball

Bison can’t catch Mustangs on Alumni Madness Day

WASHINGTON – Earlier this week the Gallaudet University men’s basketball
team took down the top team in the North Eastern Athletic Conference
(NEAC) in Penn St. Harrisburg, who is the top team in the South Division.
On Saturday, Gallaudet had the chance to take down the top NEAC school in
the North Division but at the end of the game it was SUNY Morrisville who
celebrated an 81-65 victory to spoil GU’s Alumni Madness Day in the Field

Gallaudet (5-17, 5-8 NEAC) scored its average of 65 points as it held a
slim lead early in the contest. SUNY Morrisville (14-8, 11-2 NEAC) broke
open a 20-20 game with a 12-3 run as the visitors led 32-23 with five and
a half minutes left before intermission. The Mustangs took a 44-29 lead
into the locker rooms

women’s swimming

Gallaudet women’s swimming finish fifth at 2020 NEAC championships

COBLESKILL, N.Y. – The Gallaudet University women’s swimming and diving
program finished fifth at the 2020 North Eastern Athletic Conference
(NEAC) championships hosted by SUNY Cobleskill in the Bouck Hall


Maryland wrestling

Maryland Independent Schools States Results


Peter Thang (33-9) placed 7th and scored 10.0 team points.

*  Champ. Round 1 – Peter Thang (Maryland School for the Deaf) 33-9 received a
bye () (Bye)
*  Champ. Round 2 – Peter Thang (Maryland School for the Deaf) 33-9 won by fall
over Cole Rodia (DeMatha Catholic) 29-24 (Fall 3:16)
*  Quarterfinal – Coleman Nogle (Mount Saint Joseph) 37-7 won by fall over
Peter Thang (Maryland School for the Deaf) 33-9 (Fall 1:01)
*  Cons. Round 4 – Peter Thang (Maryland School for the Deaf) 33-9 received a
bye () (Bye)
*  Cons. Round 5 – Julianne Moccia (John Carroll) 25-11 won by decision over
Peter Thang (Maryland School for the Deaf) 33-9 (Dec 17-10)
*  7th Place Match – Peter Thang (Maryland School for the Deaf) 33-9 won by
injury default over Tank Spelta (Georgetown Prep) 29-13 (Inj. 2:49)


Michael Williams (28-9) place is unknown and scored 0.0 team points.

*  Champ. Round 1 – Michael Williams (Maryland School for the Deaf) 28-9
received a bye () (Bye)
*  Champ. Round 2 – Kyree Day (Loyola-Blakefield) 13-7 won by fall over Michael
Williams (Maryland School for the Deaf) 28-9 (Fall 3:12)
*  Cons. Round 2 – Michael Williams (Maryland School for the Deaf) 28-9
received a bye () (Bye)
*  Cons. Round 3 – Hayward Smith-Cassidy (DeMatha Catholic) 16-13 won by fall
over Michael Williams (Maryland School for the Deaf) 28-9 (Fall 1:48)


Alexsander Raimundo (15-4) place is unknown and scored 0.0 team points.

*  Champ. Round 1 – Genaro Quodala (Bullis School) 43-5 won by fall over
Alexsander Raimundo (Maryland School for the Deaf) 15-4 (Fall 1:16)
*  Cons. Round 1 – Alexsander Raimundo (Maryland School for the Deaf) 15-4
received a bye () (Bye)
*  Cons. Round 2 – Dylan Kamenetz (Gilman School) 9-20 won by decision over
Alexsander Raimundo (Maryland School for the Deaf) 15-4 (Dec 10-8)


Jamal Johnson (15-18) place is unknown and scored 4.0 team points.

*  Champ. Round 1 – Jamal Johnson (Maryland School for the Deaf) 15-18 received
a bye () (Bye)
*  Champ. Round 2 – Jordan Scarbrough (Saint Mary`s Ryken) 38-18 won by fall
over Jamal Johnson (Maryland School for the Deaf) 15-18 (Fall 1:25)
*  Cons. Round 2 – Jamal Johnson (Maryland School for the Deaf) 15-18 received
a bye () (Bye)
*  Cons. Round 3 – Jamal Johnson (Maryland School for the Deaf) 15-18 won by
fall over Matt Smith (Glenelg Country School) 3-6 (Fall 1:14)
*  Cons. Round 4 – William Riley (Archbishop Curley) 34-11 won by fall over
Jamal Johnson (Maryland School for the Deaf) 15-18 (Fall 0:42)


Truth Dorsette (7-4) place is unknown and scored 0.0 team points.

*  Champ. Round 1 – Truth Dorsette (Maryland School for the Deaf) 7-4 received
a bye () (Bye)
*  Champ. Round 2 – Dominic Solis (McDonogh School) 38-6 won by fall over Truth
Dorsette (Maryland School for the Deaf) 7-4 (Fall 0:37)
*  Cons. Round 2 – Truth Dorsette (Maryland School for the Deaf) 7-4 received a
bye () (Bye)
*  Cons. Round 3 – Christiano Navarra-Petrovic (Good Counsel) 12-25 won by fall
over Truth Dorsette (Maryland School for the Deaf) 7-4 (Fall 2:56)

Maryland Independent Schools JV States Results for Maryland School for the Deaf


Crosse Herpin (5-1) placed 3rd and scored 19.0 team points.

*  Champ. Round 1 – Crosse Herpin (Maryland School for the Deaf) 5-1 received a
bye () (Bye)
*  Champ. Round 2 – Benson Riser (St. James School) 3-5 won by forfeit over
Crosse Herpin (Maryland School for the Deaf) 5-1 (For.)
*  Cons. Round 2 – Crosse Herpin (Maryland School for the Deaf) 5-1 received a
bye () (Bye)
*  Cons. Round 3 – Crosse Herpin (Maryland School for the Deaf) 5-1 won by fall
over Arden Lawson (Gilman School) 0-2 (Fall 0:45)
*  Cons. Round 4 – Crosse Herpin (Maryland School for the Deaf) 5-1 won by fall
over Carson Fruman (Saint Paul`s School) 3-8 (Fall 2:00)
*  Cons. Round 5 – Crosse Herpin (Maryland School for the Deaf) 5-1 won by
major decision over Connor Peterson (Archbishop Curley) 2-2 (MD 16-6)
*  Cons. Semi – Crosse Herpin (Maryland School for the Deaf) 5-1 won by
decision over Marcello Procopio (Mount Saint Joseph) 2-2 (Dec 10-6)
*  3rd Place Match – Crosse Herpin (Maryland School for the Deaf) 5-1 won by
fall over Henry Mitchell (The Heights School) 6-7 (Fall 1:51)


Calvin Johnson (0-2) place is unknown and scored 0.0 team points.

*  Champ. Round 1 – Calvin Johnson (Maryland School for the Deaf) 0-2 received
a bye () (Bye)
*  Champ. Round 2 – Calvin Johnson (Maryland School for the Deaf) 0-2 received
a bye () (Bye)
*  Quarterfinal – Alex Fichter (Loyola-Blakefield) 3-0 won by fall over Calvin
Johnson (Maryland School for the Deaf) 0-2 (Fall 0:25)
*  Cons. Round 4 – Calvin Johnson (Maryland School for the Deaf) 0-2 received a
bye () (Bye)
*  Cons. Round 5 – Calvin Johnson (Maryland School for the Deaf) 0-2 received a
bye () (Bye)
*  Cons. Semi – Brett Stoll (Loyola-Blakefield) 3-1 won by fall over Calvin
Johnson (Maryland School for the Deaf) 0-2 (Fall 1:42)


Ohio boys’ basketball

Feb 15



OSD. 21-9-8-15-53. Won
PSD 2-11-14-17-44

Feb 16th

OSD vs Western Penn. school for the Deaf

OSD. 14-9-21-17-61 -won
PSD. 17-12-8-11-48

We played fifth place out of 8 teams.


Oklahoma boys basketball

OSSAA B Class District tournament
February 14, 2020

Wapanucka – 52
Oklahoma – 43

Record: 14-10

It was the end of our basketball season, but we had a great successfully
basketball season.  We already had marked some of our goal

Included named GPSD champion which we didn’t have since 1990 and we didn’t
have winning seasons since 2011 until now.  I will lose three senior
players, but we still have good and loaded players next year.  Look
forward to see more successful games next year.


Rochester girls’ basketball


The wildcats opened up the tourney seeded first and playing the bye team, Horace
Mann. Mariana Menzynski had 12 points to lead the way.

Final score 43-28

Next up was Delaware. The wildcats came out strong and played solid defense!
Emma Kane was on fire scoring 14 points with 3-3 pointers. Ailani Johnson added
10 points and the wildcats pulled off a 35-10 victory to advance to the
championship game against the host school, Rhode Island.

Championship games always come with the jitters, this one was no different. We
started off slow and missed a few easy baskets. As usual Coach Palmer settled
the girls down and we started to play wildcat basketball! We had a balanced
offense with McKenna Girod scoring 8 points, 11 rebounds, Mariana Menzynski had
7 points and Julia Ott added 6 to bring the championship trophy back to RSD.

Final Score was 30-12

Wildcats won the Team 21 contest.

Congrats to our all stars: Mariana Menzynski, Julia Ott and Emma Kane

Championship game MVP went to McKenna Girod


St Mary’s girls basketball

The SMSD Lady Bisons beat West Virginia today 37-17.  We face Delaware
tomorrow at 10:30am for 3rd place.

The lady Bisons lost a heart breaker this morning to Delaware. The final
score was 20-19.  The girls finished in 4th place.


deaf rugby

part of newspaper story

Jodie Ounsley: England rugby player risking hearing loss to reach the

“They say not to play impact sports. If the magnet in my head gets
dislodged I might not be able to hear again.”

Jodie Ounsley is profoundly deaf. She can hear with a cochlear implant,
but runs the risk of losing that ability by playing rugby.

Jodie Ounsley also dreams of the Olympics. And she refuses to let her
hearing stop her getting there.

The 19-year-old became the first deaf female rugby player to be selected
for an international sevens squad and won her first England cap in October

Now, she is hoping to secure a place in the Great Britain squad that will
compete at the Tokyo Games this summer.


British soccer

part of newspaper story

Deaf Peterborough footballer grateful for support after opposition player
banned for abusing him

A deaf footballer from Peterborough has thanked people for supporting him
after being abused by an opposition player who has now been banned by the

Will Palmer (18) from Hampton was playing for Stamford in an FA Youth Cup
match against Lincoln United last September when he claimed offensive
language referring to his deafness was used against him.

He also alleged that the same player later mocked him during the match.

Lincoln suspended their player while an investigation was carried out, and
he has since been banned for seven matches by the Lincolnshire FA.


random DeafSports talk

with respect to the above story about a deaf soccer player being mocked
for his deafness, has this ever happened to DeafDigest Sports editor while
he was young, growing up and playing baseball, basketball and football.


Thank goodness




DeafDigest Sports – February 15, 2020

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Hot DeafSports News at:

— random deafsports thoughts

— ESDAA-I boys scores

— ESDAA-II girls’ scores

— Gallaudet men’s swimming leads after first day

— Gallaudet baseball & women’s swimming

— Texas updates


ESDAA-I boys’ basketball tournament

Lexington 58
Pennsylvania 20

American 56
Ohio 28

Marie Philip 80
New Jersey 36

Fanwood 84
Western Pennsylvania 66

today’s semi finals
Marie Philip vs Fanwood

American vs Lexington


ESDAA Div. 2 Girls BB Day 1 Results / Day 2 Matchups

Day 1 Results

4:30 P.M.
Horace Mann School – 28
#1 Rochester – 43

6:00 P.M.
#3 Rhode Island – 26
#2 St. Mary’s – 19

7:30 P.M.
#5 West Virginia – 12
#4 Delaware – 29

Day 2 Schedule

2:00 P.M. –
Horace Mann vs. Rhode Island

3:30 P.M. –
#5 West Virginia vs. #2 St. Mary’s

5:00 P.M. –
#4 Delaware vs. #1 Rochester


Gallaudet baseball

Season Preview – Strong team chemistry ready to propel Bison in 2020

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University baseball team is healthy and ready
to embrace the 2020 season after suffering five season-ending injuries
last season. The Bison return the majority of its team from last year as
the team chemistry is high heading into the new season.

GU head coach Curtis Pride, now in his 12th season, is excited with what
he has seen thus far in the preseason training camp. With a lot of
talented veterans returning combined with the team’s positive attitude and
motivation, Gallaudet should have a strong chance to move up the North
Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) standings this season.

“This year’s team chemistry is the best I have ever had,” said Pride. “We
just want to compete, taking this season one game at a time. Our goal is
to make the NEAC tournament and just continue to improve.”


Gallaudet men’s swimming

Gallaudet men’s swimming jumps out in front on Day 1 of the 2020 NEAC

COBLESKILL, N.Y. – The Gallaudet University men’s swimming and diving
program began the 2020 North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC)
championships hosted by SUNY Cobleskill here Friday at the Bouck Hall
Natatorium and after the first day of competition the Bison are in first

Gallaudet racked up 205 team points and are in front of SUNY Cobleskill
(172 points) by 33 points while Wells College (13) checks in at third
place and Cazenovia College (12) is in fourth place.

Junior Ben Sealts (Ottawa, Ohio) won the 200-yard IM for a third year in a
row. Sealts posted a time of 2:03.02 and was over 42 seconds ahead of the
second-place swimmer. Sealts just missed out on his NEAC record of 2:02.19
set in 2018.


Gallaudet women’s swimming

Bison women’s swimming in fifth on first day of 2020 NEAC championships

COBLESKILL, N.Y. – The Gallaudet University women’s swimming and diving
program began the 2020 North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC)
championships hosted by SUNY Cobleskill here Friday at the Bouck Hall
Natatorium and after the first day of competition the Bison are in fifth

Wells College sits in first place with 157 team points followed by the
host Fighting Tigers of SUNY Cobleskill (143) in second, Cedar Crest
College in third (123), Cazenovia College in fourth (94) and the Bison in
fifth (60).


Fremont girls’ basketball

After beating Holy Names last Thursday on a buzzer beater, CSD
met Holy Names again last night in the semi-final of the BCL tournament.
The game was tied @ 45-45 & went into overtime. Esther Biser finished
with a game high 31 points, but CSD fell short losing 48-52. The mighty
Eagles are playing well & will qualify for the California North Coast
Section Tournament that begins next Wednesday. Place & time TBA.


Maryland boys’ basketball

Maryland School for the Deaf @ Loudoun County Patriots

MSD –  18    10   19   17   =  64
LCP –     8      8     7   12   =  35

Halftime –  MSD led 28-16

Ethan Sheppeck – 14 points, 5 steals
Jory Valencia – 8 points, 6 rebounds
Miguel Pavao – 14 points, 3 steals
Jaden Joseph – 13 points, 7 assists, 6 rebounds, 5 steals, 1 block
Enow Otto – 12 points, 12 rebounds, 3 assists
Zion Ortiz – 3 points, 5 assists

Team Total FG:  25
Team Total 3FG:  4 (Et. Sheppeck 2, Valencia 2)
Team Total FT:  10-26

Chris Ziemnick – 14 points
Baker Stewart – 6 points
Sebastian Starry – 6 points
Jayden Thrash – 4 points
Terran Hays – 4 points
Grant Rohrer – 1 point

Team Total FG:  14
Team Total 3FG:  1 (Stewart)
Team Total FT:  6-9

Head Coach James DeStefano becomes MSD’s All-Time Winningest Boys Basketball
Coach with 243 career wins. Coach DeStefano eclipsed the old record held by
James A. McVernon (1924-1942).

MSD extends the current streak of six (6) consecutive 20-win seasons since the
2014-2015 season.

Record: 20-4


Maryland girls’ basketball

Maryland School for the Deaf vs. Loudoun County Patriots

MSD –    8    12   12   11  =      43
LCP –     12    17   13  15  =     57


C. Lummer – 13 points, 7 rebounds, 2 steals, 2 assists
C. Salit – 8 points, 6 rebounds, 5 steals, 3 assists
H. Weiss – 12 points, 5 rebounds, 4 steals, 1 block
Ar. Zfati – 2 points, 3 rebounds, 5 steals
S. Herzig-Wilcox – 8 points, 1 rebound, 4 steals, 3 assists

Team FG: 16
Team 3-FG: 0
Team FT: 11-17


E. Kuzma – 14 points
Z. Thrash – 20 points
L. Rohrer – 7 points
C. Andrews – 4 points
T. Thrash – 7 points
B. Lowder – 5 points

Team FG: 21
Team 3-FG: 4 (3 A. Thrash, 1 T. Thrash)
Team FT: 11-13

Record: 17-6


Ohio boys’ basketball

Subject: Feb 14 at ESDAA Boys Division 1 tournament results:  Ohio Deaf vs American School for the deaf

Feb. 14 – First Game.

OSD boys  9-17-21-28
ASD boys. 10-21-39-56

Next game against Pennsylvania SD on Saturday Feb 15 at 11:30am.


Texas sports

Varsity Girls
Waldorf, 18
TSD, 46

Record: 31-2

Next game:

Area Playoffs: Bay Area Christian (5-12) vs Texas (31-2) on Feb. 18th at 5:15 pm. (home game)

Varsity Boys

Area Playoffs: TSD (22-7) vs St. Thomas Episcopal (19-4) on Feb. 18 at 5:15 pm. (away game)


14 Wrestlers will participate in 2020 TAPPS State Wrestling Tournament this
Saturday at McKinney Christian Academy at 9: 00 am. We wish them the best of luck!

106- hawkins morgan
113- Brandon Brentham
120- Jay Gorosestia
126- Titus Sterling
132- Zachary Williamson
138- Zaccaria Stein
145- Taran Johnson
152- Joseph Kwalah
160- Shadow Tollison
170- Tylik Lockett
182- Zachary Hurt
195- Luis Orduna
220- Gerry Robertson
285- Xavier Morris


random DeafSports thoughts

Here’s to last heavy basketball tournament action
of the season – ESDAA-I boys and ESDAA-II girls

May the best team win.




DeafDigest Sports – February 14, 2020

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— random deafsports thoughts

— basketball updates

— ESDAA-II girls’ basketball schedule

— college deaf athlete, basketball

— Gallaudet swimming


2020 ESDAA Division 2 Girls Basketball Tournament
2/14 – 2/16 at Rhode Island School for the Deaf

Friday 2/14 Games

4:30 — Guest Horace Mann School vs. #1 Rochester

6:00P — #3 Rhode Island vs. #2 St. Mary’s

7:30P — #5 West Virginia vs. #4 Delaware


Gallaudet swimming

Gallaudet swim teams ready for 2020 NEAC championships at SUNY Cobleskill this weekend

COBLESKILL, N.Y. – The Gallaudet men’s and women’s swimming & diving teams will
head north this weekend for the 2020 North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC)
championships (Feb. 14-16) at SUNY Cobleskill in the Bouck Hall Natatorium.

The preliminary rounds will begin each day at 10 a.m., followed by the
championship round races starting at 6 p.m. except on Sunday, Feb. 16, when the
championship rounds will begin at 4:45 p.m. The three-day championships will
also be livestreamed and can be viewed at the following link at the bottom of
this release.

GU’s women’s swimming and diving team finished 0-13 overall and 0-4 in NEAC
competition this year. Last year, the Bison finished the three-day championship
meet in fifth place after accumulating 213 points in 20 events. Cazenovia won
its fifth consecutive NEAC championship in 2019 with 595 points. Wells College
took second place with 476 points while Cedar Crest College took third (470) and
Cobleskill took fourth (229).

Gallaudet’s men’s swimming and diving team went 2-8 overall and 2-1 in NEAC
competition during the 2019-20 regular season. At the NEAC championships in 2019
the Bison finished in third place with a total of 244 points in 20 events. SUNY
Cobleskill took home first place with 358 points, the third consecutive title
for the Fighting Tigers.

“No matter how far you have to go, push on until you finish the race. Mental
endurance is tougher than physical endurance but I have confidence in our
swimmers that they will be successful this weekend with some PRs (personal
records) accomplished,” said Gallaudet assistant coach Chelsea Newberry, when
asked about the upcoming championships.

Gallaudet last won a NEAC swimming championship in 2014 when the Bison men’s
team won their third title. GU men’s titles earned came in 2010-11, 2011-12 and
2013-14. The Gallaudet women’s team has one NEAC title (2010-11).

let us just hope that Ben Sealts, just about the top swimmer
in the conference, will pick up more honors during the conference
meet.  He is the best Gallaudet swimmer in the past 5-6 seasons.


St Mary’s boys basketball

Subject: Box Score for game: SMSD 2019-2020 vs Falk

The Bisons took on Falk yesterday evening for their final game of the regular
season. Both teams were neck and neck for most of the game, but the Bisons were
able to go on a little run in the 2nd half to take control of the game. The team
was active on defense by recording 16 steals as a team. Nick Barrus led the team
with a solid 26 points, followed by Kassim Kassim with 17 points, Ryan
Brzezinski had 4 points and Ethan Antone and Isa Habeeb each had 2 points for
the Bisons. The team finished their regular season on a strong note and have
earned this break. Congratulate the team if you see them today for all their
hard work in the past few weeks. Go Bisons!

Record: 7-12

Next game: TBD

GAME: SMSD 2019-2020 VS FALK 51:43


Texas boys’ basketball

part of newspaper story


play McKinney Christian in an area-round matchup. In Class 4A, Veritas
will face San Antonio Lutheran in a bi-district contest this weekend,
while Texas School for the Deaf (22-7) will play Houston St. Thomas in an
area-round game


college deaf athlete

Missy Sadler


women’s basketball

St Thomas Aquinas College (New York, NCAA-II)

started 20 of her team’s 21 games

13.5 points per game average

she is 6 foot tall and plays either guard or forward


random DeafSports thoughts

Many, many basketball updates sent me few days ago,
to just one basketball update today?  Yes, as
basketball season nears the end and as more deaf
schools finish their seasons, stories are less
but it means one thing – spring season is
coming up (track, baseball, softball)




DeafDigest Sports – February 13, 2020

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— random deafsports thoughts

— basketball updates

— Fremont football reasons for 8-man

— ESDAA-II girls’ basketball schedule

— huge Gallaudet men’s basketball upset

— Gallaudet women wins, too in basketball


2020 ESDAA Division 2 Girls Basketball Tournament
2/14 – 2/16 at Rhode Island School for the Deaf

Friday 2/14 Games

4:30 — Guest Horace Mann School vs. #1 Rochester

6:00P — #3 Rhode Island vs. #2 St. Mary’s

7:30P — #5 West Virginia vs. #4 Delaware


Gallaudet men’s basketball

Gallaudet upsets top team in NEAC on the road Wednesday night

MIDDLETOWN, Pa. – Gallaudet University stepped off its Academy Bus on fire
here Wednesday night as the Bison men’s basketball team took down Penn St.
Harrisburg, the top team in the North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC),
with a 67-62 victory.

Gallaudet (5-16, 5-7 NEAC) shot 43.8 percent from the field and made 7 of
12 (58.3 percent) shots from 3-point range in the first 20 minutes of the
game against Penn St. Harrisburg (14-7, 10-2 NEAC).

Senior guard Noah Valencia (Riverside, Calif.) made 16 of his game-high 23
points in the first half as he sank 4 of 5 shots from 3-point range. The
Bison trailed early before they went on a 29-4 run to take a 29-8 lead
with 6:43 left before halftime.

GU went into halftime up, 39-21.

In the second half, the buff and blue stretched its lead to 22 points in
the first 10 minutes. The Lions went on their own 21-5 run to close the
gap to 55-49 with six minutes left in regulation.

Gallaudet was able to keep Penn St. Harrisburg at an arm’s length away
down the stretch to secure the key South Division win to keep GU’s playoff
hopes alive.

Senior center Steve Valencia-Biskupiak (Riverside, Calif.) scored 10 of
his 12 points in the first half and grabbed six rebounds. Junior guard
Preston Kelly (Fishers, Ind.) finished with 11 points, eight assists,
seven rebounds and one steal.


Gallaudet women’s basketball

Bison take down Penn St. Harrisburg on the road, 91-83

MIDDLETOWN, Pa. – The Gallaudet University women’s basketball team made it
a clean sweep here Wednesday night as the Bison defeated Penn St.
Harrisburg, 91-83, in an important North Eastern Athletic Conference
(NEAC) South Division game. Gallaudet (8-13, 6-6 NEAC) outscored Penn St.
Harrisburg (10-11, 8-4 NEAC) in three of the four quarters as the Bison
tallied 23 points in three straight quarters en route to victory.


Colorado basketball




PPCS 52   CSDB 12


Hanover 50 CSDB 18


Elbert 53 CSDB 1

1-15 record






Hanover 44  CSDB 32


Elbert 55 CSDB 33

2-15 record


Fremont reasons for move to 8 man football

from athletic director Warren Keller:

you could link this YouTube link  https://youtu.be/CKqYMuWGERU

it explains, in ASL, the reasons for the switch to
8-man football


Michigan boys’ basketball

Merritt Academy stomped the tartars 69 to 30.

We are 1 win 12 losses.


Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Basketball


Date: Wednesday, February 12, 2020 at 6:00 PM

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 49

Edmund Burke School: 20


New Jersey boys’ basketball


We lost to a good team
34-46. Great game !

Nasir Gurganus leads scoring 18 points 15 rebounds 6 steals 4 block shots and 5

Record 7-10


New Mexico basketball

V boys


Jemez Valley 52

Before a packed Larson Gym crowd, the fans had an entertaining night watching
sophomore Bruce Brewer, Junior have a fabulous performance in scoring his
1,000th career point, record a triple double with 16 points, 11 rebounds and 10
assists along with 5 steals despite being constantly double-teamed and make the
winning shot at the buzzer to help the boys defeat a hard-charging Jemez Valley
team in an important district game, 54-52.  The night was not without its
travails as the Roadrunners allowed the Warriors to creep back into the game
after sprinting to an 18 point lead, giving them the chance to tie the game at
52-all before having the game ball with 12 seconds left – setting up Brewer’s
drive through the Warriors defense to make an elbow shot that gave the
Roadrunners their 15th victory.  Senior Luis Villalobos, battling foul trouble,
was able to contribute 22 hard earned points with 16 rebounds and 4 blocks.
Freshman Kieran Vollmar chipped in with 16 points.  The boys will again face
Jemez Valley tonight at Larson Gym in the second end of a home and home

The team is now 15-5.

V girls


Jemez Valley 52

Our Girls’ Varsity Basketball lost our game yesterday versus Jemez Valley with a
final score of 24-52. We opened the game slow. We did not have practice on
Wednesday, our players only had one day of rest. Our turnovers cost us the game,
but we are looking forward to a rematch today. Some of our top scorers were Mya
Malone with 8 points and 12 rebounds, Martina Rodarte-Estrada with 8 points and
8 rebounds, Sophia Martinez with 10 rebounds and 3 points, and Victoria Baca
with 5 points and 4 steals.

Tonight is Senior Night and our last home game. Please come and support our
seniors and the team!



St Mary’s boys basketball

Yesterday the Bisons played their first game since winning the ESDAA tournament.
GOW came to visit the Bisons and the team was looking to prove to the IAC that
they can compete with them. The game was close all game with GOW holding onto a
slight lead all game that they were able to maintain and ended up winning 54-62.
The Bisons tried to go on a run and take the lead, but GOW was able to hold off
the team. Nick Barrus led the way with 22 points, Ryan Brzezinski had 14 points,
Ethan Antone 10 points, Isa Habeeb 4 points and Saul Alvira and Kassim Kassim
each had 2 points. The team competed with GOW a lot better than they did last
time and are proud of their efforts. Thank you to all that came to support the
team. Go Bisons.

Next game: Wednesday 2/13 @ Falk

Record: 6-12

GAME: SMSD 2019-2020 VS GOW 54:62


Tennessee basketball


Jellico  41 Tennessee 12


Jellico  73 Tennessee  63


Washington boys’ basketball

WSD Boys Playoff Game Basketball Score: 2/12/20

Final game of the season; great job Terriers!

Terriers 37 @ Mary M Knight 46

WSD – 3-16-7-11

Record 11-10 (League 3-5)

Ramon Varaja

Wylee Rogers – 11

Osvaldo Cruz

Jose Ramirez – 16

Jace Lewandowski – 4

Juan Ramirez – 4

Kevin Diaz – 2

Tye Gonzalez

MMK – 13-6-15-12


random DeafSports thoughts

cannot help but think of St Mary’s
6-man football program during the
late 1940’s when comparing it with
Fremont’s switch to 8-man.

St Mary’s produced powerful 6-man
teams. They were so strong that
no 6-man teams in the Western
New York/Buffalo area were willing
to schedule them again.

There were two options –
to move up to 11-man football
(no 8-man football in the area)


to drop football.

St Mary’s did not have enough roster
numbers to field 11-man teams and
so it was not an option.

This is the reason why St Mary’s
dropped its successful, but shortlived
football program!

Interestingly enough, New York State
(Rome) had their own 6-man football
teams. For some reason both schools
never played each other in a game.




DeafDigest Sports – February 12, 2020

for options, click on the above deafnews tab

Hot DeafSports News at:

— random deafsports thoughts

— basketball updates

— Fremont football schedule clarification

— ESDAA-II girls’ basketball schedule

— Great Plains, as revised


2020 ESDAA Division 2 Girls Basketball Tournament
2/14 – 2/16 at Rhode Island School for the Deaf

Friday 2/14 Games

4:30 — Guest Horace Mann School vs. #1 Rochester

6:00P — #3 Rhode Island vs. #2 St. Mary’s

7:30P — #5 West Virginia vs. #4 Delaware


Great Plains results, as revised

for the Deaf on Feb 6-8, 2020


Champion: Oklahoma

Runner-up: New Mexico

3rd place: Kansas

4th place: Wisconsin

5th place: Minnesota

6th place: Iowa

7th place: Arkansas

8th place: Missouri


Fremont football clarification

Yesterday’s DeafDigest Sports announced
Fremont’s football schedule

There is a clarification. The varsity
will play 3 games against deaf teams
(Riverside, Maryland and Phoenix)

The JV team will play against Washington’s
varsity team.

For Washington, it is their varsity game.

Rest are against hearing teams

The Maryland game takes place at Frederick
at the same time Maryland is hosting the
Spike Out.


Maryland boys’ basketball

Frederick Force @ Maryland School for the Deaf

FF    –   12     6    10   12  =   40
MSD –   21   20    22   22  =   85

Halftime –  MSD led 41-18

Ethan Sheppeck – 14 points, 3 rebounds, 3 assists, 3 steals
Jory Valencia – 20 points, 4 rebounds, 3 assists
Miguel Pavao – 9 points, 8 rebounds, 4 assists
Ethan Guettler – 2 points, 4 rebounds
Jaden Joseph – 10 points, 8 assists, 5 rebounds, 4 steals
Enow Otto – 18 points, 13 rebounds, 2 blocks
Zion Ortiz – 10 points, 4 assists, 4 steals, 3 rebounds
Jamaal Porter – 2 points

Team Total FG:  37
Team Total 3FG:  5 (Valencia 4, Pavao)
Team Total FT:  6-9

Nathan Bowes – 4 points
AJ Switzer – 10 points
Sammy Bowes – 11 point
Berghen Sigulinsky – 11 points
Caleb Page – 4 points

Team Total FG:  18
Team Total 3FG:  4 (Sigulinsky 3, Sa. Bowes)
Team Total FT:  0-0

Record: 19-4


Missouri boys’ basketball

Columbia Independent            7   15    26   19 = 67
Missouri School for the Deaf  14   14   10   17 = 54

Jayden Riordan 31 points, 5 rebounds, and 3 steals
Mikal Meriwether 19 points and 9 rebounds

Record conf 7-9, 9-9

Dylan Saylers and Marcus Havan 18 points each


New Mexico basketball

GPSD BB weekend

Last weekend, we enjoyed our time at the GPSD basketball tournament in Oklahoma.
I was very impressed with our boys and girls who showed their class and
sportsmanship on and off the court.  Both our teams received 2nd place. They did
well! When you see them, please congratulate them!  Please take a look at our
NMSDtrue Instagram for GPSD basketball tournament photos and awards.

See below for our coaches’ GPSD basketball tournament weekend recap.

V girls


Minnesota 18

Thursday: We played versus Minnesota State Academy. They gave us a challenging
game. We got our lead and controlled the game with a final score of 32-18.


Kansas 26

Friday: We played versus Kansas School for the Deaf. We lost to them last year
and got 4th place. We won with a score of 33-26. Our top scorers include Mya
Malone with 13 points, 26 rebounds and 2 steals, Victoria Baca with 11 points
and 3 assists, Sophia Martinez with 4 points and 10 rebounds.


Oklahoma 47

Saturday: We played versus Oklahoma School for the Deaf for the championships
title. We started slow, but we were able to climb up during the last two
quarters. We fell short with a score of 47-31. Our top scorers are Victoria Baca
with 13 points, Stacy Vargas with 8 points and Sophia Martinez with 6 points.

We are so proud of our players. They worked hard all weekend and worked together
on court. We look forward to their success for the rest of the season.


V boys


Minnesota 38

The Roadrunners won an opening game over the Trojans with everyone contributing
in all areas.  The team was led by sophomore point guard Bruce Brewer’s 22
points, 8 rebounds and 5 assists. Senior Luis Villalobos had a solid 18 points
and 8 rebounds in limited playing time. Freshman post Kieran Vollmar had 6
points and 7 rebounds.  8th grade Adrien Ercolino had 8 points and 4 steals.
Freshman John Hernandez made a basket and both of his free throws.

The team is now 12-4.


Iowa 32

In a game where the boys started slow against the much taller and athletic
Iowans, the second quarter was where they turned the “on” switch and began
running the fast break efficiently.  Brewer had a complete all around game with
29 points, 6 rebounds, 7 assists and 4 steals.  Villalobos was dominant all over
the court, making 33 points inside and outside and snatching 17 rebounds. In the
closing seconds of the 4th quarter, freshman Jose Miranda, two months from
picking up a basketball for the first time ever, made his first career basket on
a nice three foot jumper from the low block, setting a mini-celebration off for
the boys as he has worked hard to improve his skills all winter and headed to
the Great Plains championship game for the third year in a row.

The team is now 13-4.

Oklahoma 53

Roadrunners 52

This game was an example of a team “crashing the wall” at the most inappropriate
time.  Already short-handed with a very thin and inexperienced 3 man bench, the
team got off slowly, didn’t showcase their customary speed and pretty much was
sluggish after a long day’s wait for the 8:30p tip off.

Oklahoma jumped out to a 7-0 lead before our first basket and the boys slowly
fought their way back into the game. In the second quarter, the boys
semi-exploded for a continuous stream of points which saw us enter halftime with
a 3 point lead, 29-26.  This was despite Oklahoma physically manhandling our
team continuously and a case of us being unable to actually have the ball go
through the basket on shots we normally make. In the third quarter, our lead
remained sizeable, however, foul calls went against our senior post/wing
Villalobos which saw him sit almost all of the third quarter and in which
Oklahoma use their size advantage along with their junior star guard, Isiah
Holt’s hot hand to stay close to us.  We were also unable to capitalize on the
Indians’ constant turnovers, which were aplenty. The fourth quarter saw a game
of defensive nip and tuck as both teams played great defense with a very low
scoring output.  The balls simply didn’t drop for either team on the offensive
end.  The referees called Villalobos for his fifth foul with two minutes left
and us up by five. We also missed six free throws and an ensuing possession off
an Oklahoma technical foul within those last minutes. Holt, who finished with 38
for the Indians, snatched an free-throw miss on our end and dribbled down court,
heavily guarded to make a nice pass inside to a post player who scored, putting
them up 53-52 with seven seconds left.  On the ensuing possession, Brewer made a
full court dash to attempt a layup, probably a step early, which then
agonizingly rimmed inside and out with a second left.  Oklahoma rebounded and
the game clock simply ran out of time for our boys.

Brewer finished with 21 points, 4 rebounds, 8 assists and 3 steals. Villalobos
has 19 points and 15 rebounds despite battling foul trouble and sitting on the
bench. Vollmar had 12 points and 3 rebounds. The team made 9 of 19 free throw
attempts.  Brewer was the tournament’s top vote getting All-Star and Villalobos
was also chosen to the All-Star team. The team also finished 2nd in the
free-throw team competition. We brought the 2nd place trophy home and our return
also begins a four day stretch of basketball games, starting tonight with a home
game against Walatowa.

The Team is 13-5.


V boys


Walatowa 35

In a tight district game, the Boys were able to sprint ahead in the final four
minutes at home.  Weary from a long weekend, the boys started out lethargic and
without senior post Luis Villalobos, who was resting for the night due to
injuries.  Thanks to our tight defense and heady play by our players, we were
able to claim victory number 14.

Bruce Brewer Jr had 36 points, 8 rebounds and 5 steals with Kieran Vollmar
chipping in 6 points, 9 rebounds and two steals. Adrien Ercolino ran the team
from the point guard spot and had a steady night with 2 points, 3 assists and a
steal. Jesus Rios had 2 points, 5 rebounds and a pair of steals.

The team is now 14-5.

V girls


Walatowa 50

Our varsity basketball girls played a great game last night versus Walatowa
Charter School. They were pretty tired from the long weekend filled with great
games. We started with a leading score of 9-2. We ended the first half with
18-17. We lost our lead during third quarter with some turnovers. The finals
core is 33-50. Our top scorers include Mya Malone with 13 points and 18
rebounds, Stacy Vargas with 9 points, and Victoria Baca with 7 points. We look
forward to a rematch next week.

Current Record 9-10


Ohio girls basketball

ESDAA Tournament final results for Ohio School for the Deaf Feb. 7-9, 2020

An error on the second game.  It’s not PENN. SD  it’s America SD

First Game: Lost

Ohio SD                                3-12-16-24

Pennsylvania SD              3-16-28-45

Second Game: Won

Ohio SD                                8-14-22-31

American SD               2-6-9-11

Third Game for 5th/6th place out of 8 teams : Lost

Ohio SD                                2-7-16-20

NYSD                                     3-9-14-29

OHIO SD Girls won 6th place out of 8 teams


Riverside basketball

Boys basketball season came to an end.  We were not selected for the
playoffs as
at large team.  Record: 8-12 (5-5).

Girls basketball team’s first CIF-SS playoffs game will be this coming
here at CSDR!  Game time will be either 3pm or 4pm.  We will play the
winner of
Faith Baptist-Indio.  They play this Thursday. We got a bye in the first
so Saturday’s game is in the second round.


St Mary’s boys basketball

SMSD 2019-2020 vs RISD

The Bisons had a bye on Friday of the tournament and received a well earned
extra day of rest. So on Saturday they played their first game of the tournament
against Rhode Island School for the Deaf. The Bisons came out quick and didn’t
look back from there and beat Rhode Island 61-23 to advance to the championship
game. An excellent display of teamwork was shown by the Bisons. Nick Barrus led
the team with another near triple double of 19 points, 13 rebounds and 6
assists, Isa Habeeb had 18 points, Ryan Brzezinski 11 points, Saul Alvira 5
points and Kassim Kassim and Ethan Antone had 4 points for the Bisons. The team
wanted to carry the momentum they built from this game into the championship
game against Rochester on Sunday. Go Bisons!

Next Game: Championship game against Rochester 2/9

Record: 5-11

SMSD 2019-2020 vs RSD

On Sunday the Bisons took on Rochester for the championship game of the
tournament. Earlier in the season, Rochester beat the Bisons when the Bisons
made the trip to Rochester. The Bisons were looking for some payback and that’s
exactly what they achieved. The team beat Rochester 59-52 and were crowned
champions of the ESDAA tournament. The team stuck together and worked for what
they wanted, to bring back a championship to St. Mary’s. Nick Barrus led the
Bisons with 19 points, Ryan Brzezisnki had 13 points, Kassim Kassim 12 points,
Isa Habeeb 11 points and Saul Alvira and Ethan Antone each had 2 points. The
team is ecstatic about winning the championship and we are all very proud of
them. Thank you to everyone who watched from home and supported us. The team has
a few more IAC games left in the season and are looking to finish strong. Go

Next game: 2/12 vs GOW 5pm

Record: 6-11


Washington girls’ basketball

WSD Girls Playoff Basketball Scores 2/11/20

Final game of the season; great job Lady Terriers!

Lady Terriers 21 @ Wishkah 50

WSD – 6-9-2-4

Record 7-13 (League 0-6)

Jennifer Tudor – 6

Emma McKinney – 2

LeAnna Clearbrook – 2

Janet Tuz-Manrique – 9

Juliana Sanchez

Lora Torres – 2

Ella Stromberg

Alondra Lopez-Alcaraz

Ashley Balcazar

Yarizbeth Aparicio

Wishkah – 15-11-16-8


random DeafSports thoughts

Fremont JV football team against Washington
varsity team?


No, way back in the 1950’s the
South Carolina varsity team played
against North Carolina’s JV team.

And Washington football has an interesting
history. In 1961 their varsity team fought
LaCenter HS JV team to a tie. The angry
Washington varsity then challenged LaCenter
varsity to a game on an open date.

And yes, Washington won!

So, are we saying that LaCenter JV
is better than LaCenter varsity???????