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12

2018/02/12

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DeafDigest Sports – February 12, 2018

barry@deafdigest.com; barry.strassler@gmail.com

Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

— basketball scores

— deaf regional tournaments scores

— Riverside boys makes it to the CIF playoffs

— Texas girls in tie-breaker game for seeding purposes

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— deaf running back most frustrating season
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/top-ranking-athlete/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 02/12/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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ESDAA-I boys basketball tournament

Champions                                   American

Runner-Ups                        Marie Philip

3rd place                                          Pennsylvania

4th place                                          Lexington

Consolation Champions              New York-Fanwood

Championship Game MVP       Kacey Monahan, MPS

Joe Giordano Sportsmanship Award

                                                 Ohio

All-Tournament Team

Dylan Christoffels, MPS              Robert Milone, ASD

Andrew Ray Taylor, ASD       Kyle D’Amore, WPSD

Nasir Ford, PSD                            Jaykuss Figueroa, NYSD

Kacey Monahan, MPS              Jacob Cross, PSD

Steven Hopkins, OSD              Jarmal Puryear, ASD

Steve Salmon, LEX                     Kyle Florio, MPS

SKILLS COMPETITIONS

Team Free Throws                     Marie Philip

Team Lay-Ups                             American

Team Twenty-One                     Marie Philip

Knock-Out Champion              Kyle Florio, MPS

Hot-Shot Champions              Tyler Furzland, MPS

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2018 ESDAA Girls Basketball Tournament at Delaware School for the Deaf

Fri., Feb. 9:              Game 1         New York-Rome 12  New Jersey 52
                                    Game 2         Rhode Island 23  St.
Mary’s 19

Sat., Feb 10:            Game 3        New Jersey 18  Delaware  37
                                   Game 4         Rhode Island 8 
Rochester 30

Sun., Feb. 11:          Game 5        New York-Rome 14 vs. St. Mary’s 22            
5th Place Game
                                    Game 6       Rhode Island 10 vs. New
Jersey 29                  3rd Place Game

                                    Game 7       Rochester 47 vs. Delaware
49                           Championship Game

Anne Leo Girls’ Award for Courage – Tatyana Bean, St. Mary’s
Manager Award – Ana Maria Devora, New Jersey
Tom Berry Team “21″ Award – Delaware
Anne Kist Team Free Throw Award – Delaware
Kelly Butterworth Lay-up Award – Delaware
Broken Clipboard Award – St. Mary’s Coach Wendy Chuba

ESDAA Division II Girls Basketball All-Tournament Team
Katie Hence – New York-Rome
Cameron Cole – St. Mary’s
Yasmin Sicaju – Rhode Island
Olivia Collins – Rhode Island
Giezi Teufle – New Jersey
De’Avian Watson – New Jersey
Sara Hopkins – Delaware
JyAjia Bratten – Delaware
Carolyn Russell – Delaware
McKenna Girod – Rochester
Mariana Menzynski – Rochester
Courtney Gentzke – Rochester

Most Valuable Player – Carolyn Russell, Delaware

Jim McCarthy Team Sportsmanship – New York-Rome

Fifth Place – St. Mary’s
Third Place – New Jersey
Second Place – Rochester

2018 ESDAA Division II Girls Basketball Champions – Delaware

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American boys’ basketball

ESDAA Games for ASD

Friday – Boys seeded #1 had a bye.

Saturday:
 ASD Boys faced PA school for the Deaf in the semifinal. ASD raced out to
a quick lead in the first period. Led 19-10 but faced heavy foul trouble
early. The team relied on its young starter and young bench to keep the
pace the in the second quarter. Led 34-18 at halftime.
 PSD came out of halftime with a new game plan that was successful in
matching up the teams evenly. ASD continues to struggle to avoid foul
trouble and the bench stepped up with critical contributions.
 Boys won 60-41 to advance to the Championship game.
 Andrew Ray Taylor: 16 pts, 11 reb, 6 blocks
 Jarmal Puryear: 10 pts, 10 rebs
 Omar Shariff: 10 pts, 5 rebs, 9 steals

Sunday:
 ASD Boys faced Marie Philip School for the Deaf. MPS started the game
with dominating energy and took advantage of a poor shooting start by ASD.
MPS led 8-2 after the first quarter. In the second quarter, Robert Milone
put the team on his back scoring 8 points in the quarter to pace the
Tigers. Halftime MPS led by a score of 25-23.
 ASD changed up the game plan at halftime to take control in the third
quarter outscoring MPS 12-4 in the third. Andrew Ray Taylor dominated the
boards. The fourth period was a back and forth affair with both teams
going on 10-0 runs in the period. ASD was able to hold on in the end
winning 50-48 over MPS for their second straight championship (last time
won two straight was 1980).
Andrew Ray Taylor: 19 pts, 24 reb, 8 blocks
Robert Milone: 13 pts, 8 rebs, 4 assists
Dylan Mallach: 7 pts, 4 rebs, 1 assist.

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Georgia basketball

GSD VS TSD (TENNESSEE) 2/10/18
MIDDLE SCHOOL BOYS:
GSD – 41…CLAY – 19, LANG – 13, JOHNSON – 5, MOORMAN – 2, RODRIGUIZ – 2
TSD – 25

GIRLS:
GSD -  42…JOHNSON – 27, CLAY – 9, HALL – 4, REYNOLDS – 2
TSD – 39
RECORD 15-4-0

    VERY EXCITING GAME…. TSD GIRLS HIT 3 LATE 3 POINTERS TO TIE THE GAME
AT 39. THEN WITH UNDER 5 SECONDS LEFT GSD’S ZARIAH CLAY GOT A 3 POINTER
OFF, WHICH STRIPPED THE NET AS TIME EXPIRED.  TO GIVE US THE 42 – 39
VICTORY. GREAT GAME BY BOTH TEAMS.

BOYS: GAME WAS CANCELED

   OUR APPOLIGIZIES TO THE TSD VARSITY BOYS TEAM, DUE TO INJURY AND
ILLNESS THE GSD BOYS WERE NOT ABLE TO FIELD A TEAM FOR THE GAME. MANY
THANKS TO THE TSD TEAM, COACH SWAFFORD AND THE TSD HOMECOMING CROWD FOR
UNDERSTANDING.

  ALSO HATS OFF TO AD LUKE BENSON, THE TSD STAFF AND FACULTY FOR A GREAT
HOMECOMING WEEKEND. OUR PLAYERS, MANAGERS, COACHES AND STAFF REALLY
ENJOYED OUR STAY.

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Riverside boys’ basketball

CSDR IN for CIF playoffs!

We will play on Wednesday, Feb 14th vs. @ Cornerstone- 7:00 PM

#24 vs. Sherman

CSDR- 45
Sherman- 65

We jump big led in first quarter 18-10. After that, we lost the led rest
of the game.

Record: 13-11

However, we made it to CIF- HOW? Many coaches (even Notre Dame’s head
coach- one of the top basketball programs in Riverside country, because we
had a scrimmage during winter break) recommended our team to CIF and we
are IN.

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Rochester girls’ basketball

The Wildcats traveled to Delaware for the ESDAA tournament last weekend.
Our first game of ESDAA tournament was last Saturday. We won the first
game
30 – 8 against Rhode Island School for the Deaf.

Courntey Gentzke – 12 points and 5 rebounds
McKenna Girod – 10 points and 9 rebounds

Reuslt – 30-8

We entered the championship game on Sunday against Delaware. We start off
lead by 21 to 16 in halftime. We were trying to keep leading the game.
However, Delaware finally took a lead after ending of 3rd quarter (30-34)
We never give up in the 4th quarter. We fought it hard for the whole game.
We were tie 47-47 in few seconds left. Carolyn Russell (Delaware) drives
and made a lay up and took a lead 49-47. We weren’t able to score in last
9
seconds left. Coach Palmer, I am proud of my team so much and I couldn’t
ask for more from them. They improved a lot from the beginning to the end
of season. I really am looking forward to having them back for next
season.

Courtney Gentzke – 23 points, 4 out of 8 for 3 pts, 7 rebounds, and 3
steals
Mariana Menzynski – 7 points and 5 assists
McKenna Girod – 6 points and 13 rebounds

Result: 47-49 L

Record: 14-6

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St Mary’s girls basketball

The lady Bisons traveled to Delaware this weekend for the ESDAA girls
basketball tournament. They played in two games and came in fifth
overall.

In their first game Friday night they took on RISD in what turned out
to be one of the closest games of the weekend. The Bisons had a hard
time breaking through the RI defense and with starter Elise Watson
getting sick and missing the second half of the game, the girls had a
lot of floor to cover. Though they trailed most of the game by 2-3
points, they never gave up and eventually tied up the game late in
the 4th quarter. It all came down to the last minute of play when RI
put in two baskets quickly ending our chance of advancing. Kioney
Alvira-Jurado lead the team with 9 points while Cami Cole and Kearah
Kelly both helped out with 4 each.

After a day of competitions and watching others play on Saturday, we
had the first game of the day on Sunday. We took on New York State
school for the Deaf (Rome) for 5th place. Knowing how our last
meeting with Rome ended, we made the smart move to start Elise Watson
as point guard with Aleyshka Nieves-Rivera, Tatyana Bean, Julia
Bronneberg, and Kearah Kelly making up the rest of the roster. The
girls played strong against Rome and kept it close throughout the
first half of the game. Elise Watson ran into foul trouble early in
the game and had to be replaced by Kioney Alvira-Jurado and Cameron
Cole at point. The girls took turns this game running against Rome,
but coming into the second half our starters quickly took, and
maintained, the lead. Cameron Cole lead the team with 11 points this
game with Kioney adding 8 and Kearah adding 3 for the win in this
22-14 victory.

Though they only finished in 5th place the girls showed great
sportsmanship throughout the weekend.

Senior Tatyana Bean won the Ann Leo award for courage

Sophomore Cameron Cole was named to the tournament all-star team

The girls finished their season with a final record of 2 wins-5 loses

Game: SMSD vs Rhode Island 19:23

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Texas girls’ basketball

Well, the girls battled hard last night and we just came up short.  We now
know we can hang with the #3 team in the state.  With the loss, we now
have to play a tie-breaker game with Brentwood to decide who will be the #2/#3
seed for our district heading into the state playoffs.

The tie-breaker game vs Brentwood will be on Tuesday night (7p) at San
Juan Diego’s new gym.

The first round of the playoff game (Area) will be Tuesday, Feb. 20th-
either vs Woodlands (at Woodlands, if we are #3 seed), or vs Bay Area
Christian (at TSD, if we are #2 seed)
 

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Feb
11

2018/02/11

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DeafDigest Sports – February 11, 2018

barry@deafdigest.com; barry.strassler@gmail.com

Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

— basketball scores

— deaf regional tournaments scores

— ESDAA cheerleading honors

— Gallaudet basketball wins

— deaf pro tennis player Duck Hee Lee

— comment by goalie Hope Solo (not deaf)

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— deaf champion in ski jump
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/old-new-york-giants-baseball-team/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 02/11/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Great Plains tournament – partial information

boys’ champion – New Mexico defeated Minnesota

girls’ champion – Kansas defeated Arkansas

scores not known at this point

other scores:
Girls
Missouri School for the Deaf  0   2    4    7   =  13
Iowa School for the Deaf        2   0    6     0  =  8

MSD Girls
MSD girls got 7th place.
Melissa Davis. 11 points and 9 rebounds
Addisyn Tapella   13 rebounds
Record 2-16

ISD girls
Emily Lachin And jade Bushman  3 points each

Boys
Missouri School for the Deaf    2     6     10     7  =  25
Iowa School for the Deaf          4     13   10     8  = 35

MSD boys did not play well and got last place 8th.
Mikal Meriwether 14 points and 22 rebounds
Dacota Pierson  7 points
Record 2-16

ISD boys
Layne Guerrero  19 points

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2018 ESDAA-II Girls Basketball Tournament at Delaware School for the Deaf

Fri., Feb. 9:              Game 1         New York-Rome 12  New Jersey 52

                                    Game 2         Rhode Island 23  St.
Mary’s 19

Sat., Feb 10:            Game 3        New Jersey 18  Delaware  37

                                   Game 4         Rhode Island 8 
Rochester 30

Sun., Feb. 11:         
Game 9         9am – New York-Rome vs. St. Mary’s    
5th Place Game
                                   
Game 10       10:30am – Rhode Island
vs. New Jersey  3rd Place Game
                                   
Game 11       12:15pm – Rochester vs.
Delaware  Championship Game

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ESDAA-I boys’ basketball tournament

2nd day of ESDAA

Ohio beat WPSD, 32-28

ASD beat PSD, 60-43

MPS beat Lexington, 42-26

TOMORROW’S SCHEDULE

9:00 a.m. – NYSD vs Ohio (consolation game0

10:30 a.m. – 3rd place game – PSD vs Lexington

12 noon – Championship game – ASD vs MPS

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ESDAA cheerleading awards

Champions – MARYLAND

Runner-Ups – LEXINGTON

3rd place – NEW YORK-FANWOOD

SPIRIT AWARD – NEW YORK-FANWOOD

Individual Cheer – Yasmine Cintron – NY-Fanwood

Individual Jump – Carina Trainor, Maryland

Creative Movement – Maryland

ALL-STAR

Jordan Laikram, Lexington

Aaron Laikram, Lexington

Bianca Llorens, Mill Neck Manor

Freya Seremeth, Maryland

Thalia Guether, Maryland

Alora Johnson, NY-Fanwood

Manar Muatan, Pennsylvania

Xiaoli Carr, Western Pennsylvania

Most Valuable Cheerleader – Yasmine Cintron, NY-Fanwood

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

Bison dispatch Patriots in largest home win of the season

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University’s women’s basketball team collected
a 91-47 win against University of Valley Forge in a non-conference game
here Saturday in the Field House on Padden Court.

Gallaudet (10-13) came out of the gates on fire and played at a high level
as its energy levels dictated the tempo of the game against Valley Forge
(10-8). GU led from start-to-finish and scored over 21 points in every
quarter. The Bison took a 46-18 lead into halftime and outscored the
Patriots in the second half, 45-29.

Junior guard/forward Hannah Neild  (Litchfield, N.H.) finished with a
game-high 31 points as she made 12 of 20 shots from the field and went
4-for-7 from three-point range. She added nine assists, six steals, three
blocks and three rebounds. Freshman guard Emelia Beldon (Frederick, Md.)
matched Neild with a season-high nine assists as she ripped down eight
boards and made four steals.

Junior guard Sabina Shysh (Tucson, Ariz.) spun heads and sunk shots as she
finished with a career-high 29 points, seven assists, five rebounds and
five steals. Senior forward Kelsey Hudson (Blissfield, Mich.) recorded the
only double-double of the game with 11 points and a game-high 13 rebounds.

The energy continued when senior forward Lawjen Ashmore (Fairbanks,
Alaska) entered off the bench and played aggressive defense. Ashmore
finished the game with nine rebounds, four steals and six points.

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Gallaudet fends off late charge by Valley Forge to win, 61-60

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University’s men’s basketball team eked out a
61-60 victory over University of Valley Forge here Saturday in a
non-conference game in the Field House on Padden Court.

Gallaudet (8-15) held off a charging Valley Forge (3-14) squad, who
outscored the Bison 36-27 in the second half, and had a chance to win the
game in the waning seconds.

The Patriots stepped out of bounds with three seconds left to turn the
ball over to the Bison. Valley Forge fouled sophomore guard Noah Valencia
(Riverside, Calif.), who missed the 1-and-1 attempt at the free throw
line. The Patriots’ Arthur Wilborn (15 points, 13 rebounds) gathered the
defensive rebound and chucked the ball the distance of the court but
missed the basket as time expired.

GU celebrated its fifth win at home this season as the Bison turn their
attention back to conference play next week.

Valencia finished with 14 points, six assists, four rebounds and two
steals. Senior forward Andy Cruz (Bronx, N.Y.) chipped in 12 points, six
rebounds, three blocks and two steals while sophomore Trace Martin
(Shingle Springs, Calif.) was the third Bison in double figures with 10
points.

Gallaudet coach Kevin Kovacs went to his bench, early and often, as he
played 11 players who logged seven or more minutes in the game. Freshman
Wilford Troup (Snellville, Ga.) scored a career best seven points while
juniors Cody Crace (Westfield, Ind.) and Jawaun Jackson (Downey, Calif.)
added six points off the bench.

Martin drained a buzzer-beater three-pointer, right before the end of the
first half, as Valencia found Martin on the left side of the arc. Martin
threw up an off-balance shot as time expired and sent Gallaudet into the
locker room up 34-24.

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Tennessee basketball

Girls

Greenback 53 Tennessee 33

Boys

Greenback 75 Tennessee 43

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deaf pro tennis player Duck Hee Lee

part of newspaper posting

Hearing impairment no hindrance for Lee

South Korea’s Duckhee Lee was born deaf but that hasn’t stopped him from
adjusting to the tough grind of professional tennis.

Lee’s best performance was when he reached the final of the Kaohsiung
ATP Challenger in 2016, losing to country-mate Hyeon Chung.  On Chung, who
became the first South Korean to enter the semifinals of a Grand Slam  —
the 2018 Australian Open — Lee said he has known Chung from the
elementary school. “I am trying to play catch-up now,” said Lee,
ranked 207 in the world.

Lee said he is young, has a lot of opportunities to learn and travel to
gauge his strengths. His aim is to get back to his best-ever ranking of
130 he achieved in last year. “I want to do well in Majors sooner than
later,” he said.

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comment by Hope Solo (not deaf)

she was campaigning for the presidency of the
US Soccer Federation but did not win.

She said:
“I believe the Federation has lost its way, and forgotten its
fundamental obligation, as a national governing body, to develop the sport
for all. Our youth, our adults, our recreational players, our futsal
teams, our Paralympic athletes, and our U.S. deaf team. Everyone,” Solo
said.

note:
DeafDigest Sports editor thinks it was the first time a candidate,
for presidency of any athletic federation, mentioned the deaf.

Hope did not get too many votes for one reason – she’s very
unpopular, though she was a great goalie.
 

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Feb
10

2018/02/10

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DeafDigest Sports – February 10, 2018

barry@deafdigest.com; barry.strassler@gmail.com

Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

— basketball scores

— deaf regional tournaments scores

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— chess is considered a sport in Great Britian
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/one-of-earliest-known-deaf-players-in-pro-basketball/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 02/10/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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ESDAA-I boys’ basketball tournament

Marie Philip beat Ohio, 57-34

Lexington beat WPSD, 46-36

Pennsylvania beat NY-Fanwood, 54-36

American (bye – #1 seed)

TODAY’S SCHEDULE

5:00 p.m. – WPSD vs Ohio

6:45 p.m. – American vs Pennsylvania

8:30 p.m. – Marie Philip vs Lexington

all games and cheerleading competition (12 to 5 p.m. today) are
livestreamed (go to http://www.wpsd.org or WPSD’s Facebook page

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2018 ESDAA-II Girls Basketball Tournament
at Delaware School for the Deaf

Fri., Feb. 9:              Game 1         New York-Rome 12  New Jersey 52

                                    Game 2         Rhode Island 23  St.
Mary’s 19

Sat., Feb 10:            Game 3        6:00pm – New Jersey vs. Delaware

                                   Game 4         7:45pm – Rhode Island
vs. Rochester

Sun., Feb. 11:          Game 9         9am – New York-Rome vs. St. Mary’s    

5th Place Game

                                    Game 10       10:30am – 3rd Place Game

                                    Game 11       12:15pm – Championship

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Great Plains basketball tournament
(partial scores)

GPSD at Olathe, Kansas

Girls

Missouri School for the Deaf   4    6     1    4 = 15
Kansas School for the Deaf    16  17   6     4 =  43

MSD girls

Delanzia Hayes 10 points and 5 rebounds

Record 1- 15
MSD girl will face ( New Mexico will play against OKLAHOMA tonight at 7
pm) Friday morning at 11 am.

KSD girls
Madison Welch 18 points

Boys
Missouri School for the Deaf           6      5     13     19  = 51
New Mexico School for the Deaf    21     14    8        8 = 43

MSD boys
Mikal Meriwether 15 points and 11 rebounds
Dacota Pierson 26 points
Record 2-14
MSD boys will face ( Wisconsin will play Against Arkansas tonight at 8:30
pm) Friday morning at 9:30 am.

NMSD boys
Jon Garcia 15 points
Deven Thompson 13 points

Girls
Missouri School for the Deaf    2      2      1      3 =   8
Oklahoma School for the Deaf 3     14     5      6 =  28

MSD girls
Delanzia Hayes 5 points and 11 rebounds and 3 steals
Addisyn Tapella 2 points and 4 rebounds
Sara farmer  11 rebounds
Record 1- 16

MSD girls will face Iowa School for the Deaf Saturday morning at 9:30 am
for 7th and 8 th

OSD girl
Miracle Pearson 13 points

Boys

Missouri School for the Deaf      12      9      8       8  =    37
Arkansas School for the Deaf     14    13     7       8   =  42

MSD boys
Dacota Pierson 22 points  and 1 steal
Mikal Meriwether 10 points, 14  rebounds and 2 steals
Record is 2- 15

MSD boys will face Iowa School for the Deaf Friday morning at 11 am for
7th and 8th

ASD
Shaq Robinson 20 points

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Illinois boys’ basketball

newspaper

JACKSONVILLE, Ill. — Three players scored at least 15 points for the
Pleasant Hill boys basketball team in a 56-25 victory over the Illinois
School for the Deaf in non-conference action Friday

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Indiana boys’ basketball

ndiana Deaf         49

Indianapolis
Lighthouse South 74

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Maryland girls’ basketball

Mount Airy Christian Academy @ Maryland School for the Deaf

               1     2     3    4  =  Total

 MSD -  19  20   19   20 = 78

MACA -  9   13   12   11  = 45

MARYLAND ORIOLES

A. Glennon — 4 points, 3 rebounds, 1 steal, 1 assist

S. Herzig Wilcox — 2 points, 2 rebounds

A. Patterson — 2 points, 1 rebound, 2 steals, 2 assists

C. Perry — 29 points, 19 rebounds, 10 steals, 6 assists

R. Guettler — 20 points, 10 rebounds, 3 steals, 5 assists

H. Johnston-Shaw — 1 rebound

E. Beldon — 12 points, 2 rebounds, 10 steals, 6 assists

M. Luebehusen— 4 points, 2 rebounds, 2 steals, 1 assist

E. Kovacs — 5 points, 4 rebounds, 1 steal, 1 assist

Team FG: 33

Team 3-FG: 2 (Guettler 2)

Team FT: 6-19

MOUNT AIRY

E. Eppich — 13 points

K. Shaffer — 5 points

C. Gilbert — 10 points

J. Bowen — 3 points

G. Hegler — 6 points

K. Bowen — 8 points

Team FG: 10

Team 3-FG: 4 (Eppich 3, Shaffer)

Team FT: 13-21

Record: 18-4

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Maryland boys’ basketball

Mt. Airy Christian @ Maryland School for the Deaf

                1     2    3   4   =  Total
MACA  -  13  14    4  12  =  43
MSD    -  11    5   10  13  =  39

Halftime -  MACA led 27-16

MSD ORIOLES

Jaden Joseph -  2 points
John Werner, Jr. – 9 points
Rory Lewis – 8 points
Esteban Kovacs – 6 points
Miguel Pavao – 2 points
Stefan Anderson – 10 points
Jason Werner – 2 points

Team Total FG:  14
Team Total 3FG:  8 (Anderson 2, Kovacs 2, Lewis 2, Werner Jr. 2)
Team Total FT:  3-6

MT. AIRY CHRISTIAN LIONS

Xavier Marmol – 7 points
Nathan Stein – 2 points
Will Brethauer – 17 points
Mark Webster – 11 points
Austin Finch – 6 points

Team Total FG:  15
Team Total 3FG:  5 (Brethauer 3, Webster 2)
Team Total FT:  8-17

Record: 19-5

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Model basketball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Thursday, February 8, 2018 at 6:00 PM

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 64

Grace Brethren Christian School: 70

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Thursday, February 8, 2018 at 4:30 PM

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 40

Grace Brethren Christian School: 48

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Tennessee basketball

Girls

Jellico 49  Tennessee 19

Boys

Jellico 64 Tennessee 28
 

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Feb
09

2018/02/09

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DeafDigest Sports – February 9, 2018

barry@deafdigest.com; barry.strassler@gmail.com

Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

— basketball scores

— #1 seed clinched in league playoffs

— more on Jovana Stevanović

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— clay shooting champion retired too young
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/national-women-soccer-team-deaf-member/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 02/09/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Fremont girls’ basketball

CSD 62
Oakland Military Institute 25

With the Senior Night victory over OMI, we have concluded the regular
season with a 20-6 record, 11-1 league on a 10-game winning streak and
clinched the #1 seed in the upcoming league playoffs.

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Georgia basketball

GIRLS:
GSD VS ATLANTA JEWISH ACADEMY(AJA)
GSD – 42… JOHNSON – 21, HALL – 10, CLAY – 9, REYNOLDS – 2
  AJA – 30

RECORD: 14-4-0

NEXT GAME VS TENNESSEE (TSD) AT TSD HOMECOMING WEEKEND 2/10/18

BOYS VS AJA
GSD -  27…LANG – 13, JOHNSON – 10, CLAY – 4
AJA – 45

RECORD 1-18-0

NEXT GAME VS TENNESSEE (TSD) AT TSD HOMECOMING WEEKEND 2/10/18

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Mississippi girls’ basketball

Mississippi School f/t Deaf 33
Jackson Academy 53

MSD points
Koreiona Guy 12 points
Raegan Hendrix  10 points
Alexis Roberts 8 points
Nilah Orey 2 points
Tamer Grant 1 points

Record 16- 3
Basketball Season over

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Oregon boys’ basketball

newspaper

Perrydale 69, Oregon School for Deaf 39

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Oregon girls’ basketball

newspaper

Perrydale 39, Oregon School for Deaf 14

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Rochester boys’ basketball

Lost to HSA tonight 14-55…

Overall record: 2-14

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St. Mary’s Boys Basketball results

The Bisons took on Falk for the third time this season.  Once again it was
a physical game that played itself out to a Bison victory.  Dalton Planty
led all players with 12 points and 7 rebounds.  Nick Barrus had 8 points
and 6 steals.  I say Habeeb chipped in 8 points and had 3 blocked shots. 
Christian Lawrence netted 7 points and Kassim Kassim had 4 points.

Our record is 8 wins…2 losses.  Next game is Tuesday Feb. 13th at home
against Central Baptist.

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Tennessee basketball

Girls

Berean Christian 42 Tennessee 18
3-13

Boys

Berean  Christian 54 Tennessee 27
2-16

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Texas girls’ basketball

We’ve had a very busy week this week with a make up district game and then
3 district tournament games (4 games in 5 days).

Monday: beat Concordia (52-20) **make up game from last week
Tuesday: beat Concordia (57-24) 1st Round of District Tournament
Thursday: beat Brentwood (36-26) 2nd Round of District Tournament
Friday: vs Faith Academy (6:30p)

TSD girls have never beaten Brentwood in basketball.  Brentwood Christian
is ranked #7 in the state for 4A.  Faith Academy is ranked #4.  We play in
one of the toughest districts for TAPPS 4A as Brentwood and Faith Academy
always make deep runs in the state playoffs so last night’s win vs
Brentwood was a very good win for us. 

Tonight’s game against Faith Academy has big playoff implications for us.

Overall record: 27-6 (27 wins already broke the previous high of season
wins- 26)

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Western Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

@ Portersville Christian

WPSD 25 – PC 57

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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

WPSD 14 – Portersville Christian School 29

Points
Danielle Fisher – 8
Cheyenne Sloan – 4

Record
6 – 12

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more on Jovana Stevanović

Jovana Stevanović,a new member of th eBosnia
and Herzegovina U-16 women’s soccer team,
scored 25 goals for her hearing team in the
U-17 national Premier Women’s soccer
league. This was the reason the national
U-16 team invited her to join.

 

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Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

— basketball scores

— deaf girls’ basketball team clinches regular season championship

— Riverside’s very important basketball game tonite

— wrestling update

— Gallaudet basketball wins; men qualify for playoffs

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— Gallaudet’s only NCAA-III football All-American first-teamer
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/number-one-deaf-basketball-player-up-to-1950/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 02/08/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

GU hangs on to sweep season series with Bryn Athyn on Pink Night

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet women’s basketball team secured a tight 68-65
win over Bryn Athyn College in a close North Eastern Athletic Conference
(NEAC) South Division game here Wednesday night in the Field House on
Padden Court.

Gallaudet (9-13, 7-7 NEAC) saw its fourth quarter six-point lead switch in
favor of Bryn Athyn (6-17, 3-11 NEAC) with 3:41 left in regulation as the
Lions led 61-59. Junior guard Hannah Neild (Litchfield, N.H.) came down
and hit a clutch three-pointer followed by a jumper to give Gallaudet the
64-61 lead at the 2:45 mark. The Bison made some key free throws down the
stretch and led 67-65 with just 16 seconds left when Bryn Athyn turned the
ball over, on a double-dribble call, to hand GU the game.

Neild scored a game-high 28 points while junior forward Sabina Shysh
(Tucson, Ariz.) added 20 points and a game-high seven assists. Neild added
six rebounds, five assist, four steals and one block. Senior forward
Kelsey Hudson (Blissfield, Mich.) grabbed a team-high 12 rebounds to go
with seven points

Gallaudet trailed Bryn Athyn by 11 points, 14-3, early in the first
quarter but went on a 11-3 run to cut the Lions’ lead to three, 17-14, at
the end of the first. GU finally took the lead right before halftime where
it led 35-32.

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Bison punch postseason ticket with win over Bryn Athyn

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University men’s basketball team picked up a
crucial North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) South Division victory
here Wednesday night as the Bison led from start-to-finish in an 81-63
victory over Bryn Athyn College in the Field House on Padden Court.

The win helps to clinch a conference tournament berth for Gallaudet (7-15,
7-7 NEAC) as it now stands 6-4 in NEAC South Division games with two
conference contests left. The top four teams from the North and South
Division will make the NEAC tournament based off their divisional records.
The Bison can still improve their tournament seeding with games against
Wilson and Penn St.-Abington, both ahead of GU in the South Division, in
the next two weeks.

Sophomore guard Noah Valencia (Riverside, Calif.) scored 17 of his
game-high 31 points in the second half as he made 5 of 7 shots from
three-point range. He made 11 of 18 shots from the field in the game,
grabbed four rebounds and passed out three assists. Senior forward Andy
Cruz (Bronx, N.Y.) added 13 points, nine rebounds, four steals, two
assists and one block. Freshman Lance Wood (Fishers, Ind.) came off the
bench and scored a career best 10 points and ripped down six boards.
Freshman guard Preston Kelly (Fishers, Ind.) passed out a career-high nine
assists, grabbed seven rebounds, two steals and scored six points in the
win.

Gallaudet led 41-32 at the half after Valencia drained a three-pointer at
the buzzer to give the Bison a nine-point lead the momentum.

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Fremont girls’ basketball

CSD 68
Holy Names 39

CSD is now 19-6, 10-1 League on a 9-game winning streak.

With this victory over Holy Names, we have clinched the Bay Counties
League Regular Season Championship and will be the #1 seed in the upcoming
BCL playoffs on Feb 15 and 17

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Kentucky Girls basketball

Girls’ BB, 2/6/18

Riverside Christian 39, KSD 29

Record: 3-13

Next up: Red Bird Christian, away, 2/13/18

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Lexington boys’ basketball

Lex 44 – Summit Queen 30

Lexington Leaders

Jayden Orlang – 21 pts, 5 steals

Steve Salmon – 10 Pts, 17 rebounds

Tayqwan Richardson – 8 rebounds

Record 8-7

LEX 48 – Hallen 25

Lexington Leaders

Jayden Orlang- 23 pts, 7 steals

Steve Salmon- 11 rebounds, 9 Steals, 6 Assist

Timar Harris- 11 pts 6 steals

Jordan Laikram – 10 pts, 11 rebounds

9-7

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Model sports

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Tuesday, February 6, 2018 at 7:00 PM

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 31

Berman Hebrew Academy: 39

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Wednesday, February 7, 2018 at 6:30 PM

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 49

Edmund Burke School: 42

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Wrestling

Wrestling

Date: Wednesday, February 7, 2018 at 5:00 PM

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 21

St. Stephen’s and St. Agnes School: 29

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Wrestling

Wrestling

Date: Wednesday, February 7, 2018 at 5:00 PM

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 39

Randolph-Macon Academy: 13

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Riverside boys’ basketball

*Game #18*
CSDR 63
Carnegie 99

*Game #19 *
CSDR 32
Carneige 98

*Game #20*
CSDR 31
Upland Christan 57

*Game #21*
CSDR 69
Hamilton 45

*Game #22*
CSDR 85
La Sierra Academy 48

*Game #23*
CSDR 58
Upland Christian 61

Record: 12-10

Next Game: Feb 8 vs. Sherman Indian

*If we lose tonight then we end our season, if we win we should enter CIF
plays-off. *

 

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Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

— basketball scores

— Gallaudet updates

— revised ESDAA-II girls’ pairings

— wrestling update

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— first deaf pro hockey player (not Jim Kyte)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/program-book-first-national-deaf-basketball-tournament/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 02/07/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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ESDAA-II girls’ basketball tournament revised pairings

West Virginia School for the Deaf backed out of the tournament
this weekend. We are down to 6 teams.

Here is updated tournament brackets

General Schedule for Girls ESDAA Basketball Tournament

February 9, 10, 11, 2018

Friday, February 9, 2018
2:30pm – Open Gym
4:30pm – 6pm – Dinner in cafeteria
6pm – Game 1 – New York – Rome vs. New Jersey
7:45pm – Game 2 – Rhode Island vs. St. Mary’s
9:15pm-10:30pm – Social for players in cafeteria
Coaches meeting in staff lounge
10:30pm – Return to hotel/dorm

Saturday, February 10, 2018
7am-8:30am – Breakfast at Red Roof Inn
9am-12pm – Team Competitions
Free Throw
Team 21
Half Court Lay up
Manager Competition

12pm-1pm – Lunch in cafeteria
1:30pm – Open Gym/Free time
4:30pm-6:00pm – Dinner in cafeteria
6:00pm – Game 3 – Winner Game 1 vs. Delaware
7:45pm – Game 4 – Winner Game 2 vs. Rochester
9:15pm-10:30pm – Social for players in cafeteria
Coaches meeting in staff lounge
10:30pm – Return to hotel/dorm

Sunday, February 11, 2018
7am-8:30am – Breakfast
9:00am – Game 5 – 5 th Place
10:30pm-12:30pm – Box Lunch – pick up at cafeteria
10:30am – Game 6 – 3 rd Place game
12:15pm – Game 7 – Championship Game
2pm – Awards Ceremony/Departure

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Gallaudet women’s basketball honors

Neild earns third NEAC Women’s Basketball Student-Athlete of the Week award

Neild averaged 33.7 points per game in a three-game week for the Bison.
She opened the week with 30 points and 10 rebounds in a 79-65 win at Penn
State Abington. She added a career-high 37 points a loss at Morrisville
State and finished the weekend with 34 points in a loss to SUNY Poly

This is Gallaudet’s third NEAC Women’s Basketball Student-Athlete of the
Week honor this season and Neild’s third of her career.

Nov. 27: Hannah Neild
Dec. 18: Hannah Neild
Feb. 05: Hannah Neild

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Alabama basketball

*Lady Warriors*

Donoho 64  Alabama 17
Jacksonville Christian Academy 47  Alabama 22

Class 1A Area 7 Tournamnet
Talladega County Central 64  Alabama 8

Season record: 6 – 23

*Silent Warriors*

Donoho 56  Alabama 50
Jacksonville Christian Academy 54  Alabama 39

Class 1A Area 7 Tournamnet
Winterboro 72  Alabama 43

Season record: 15 – 15

Both girls’s and boys’ seasons have concluded.

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Delaware Basketball

DSD vs. Aquinas Academy

DSD Girls 16  Aquinas 32
Record  6-10

DSD Boys 23  Aquinas JV 36
Record 0-16

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Florida girls’ basketball

District Game – FSDB vs Providence

The Lady Dragons, the sixth-seeded, played against Providence, the
third-seeded last night. That game concluded our basketball season. The
girls really played hard, although they were still mentally and physcially
exhausted after a long month in January.
After their Winter Break on 7th, girls have played 15 games. Last
Thursday, our regular season ended. We didn’t have any chance to practice.
However, girls played really hard because our goal was to improve from the
last game against Providence. Girls
achieved that goal because the final score was 21 to 56 while the first
game against them was 21 to 59. Girls made little less turnovers. Girls
took more shots outside. Girls were not afraid being tough. Girls stay
positive no matter what. Girls knew
they could play better than that, but coaches and I are still proud of
them. Give them high fives!

Points:
Olivia Brown 12
Ja’Myra Harris 5
Oceana Brown 2
Lourdine Jordonne 2

Regular season record 9-17
Post season record 0-1

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Fremont girls’ basketball

CSD 47
Contra Costa Christian 17

CSD is now 18-6, 9-1 League on a 8-game winning streak. We play 8-1 Holy
Names on 2/8 for the right to the league championship

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Fremont boys’ basketball

1/31/18- Oakland Military Institute      22 to 60 (L)
2/1/18- California Crosspoint              48 to 22 (W)

Overall Record- 9- 12
League Record- 4-4

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Indiana boys’ basketball

Shortridge    78
Indiana Deaf 45

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Maryland boys’ basketball

Maryland School for the Deaf @ CHEN

                1     2    3   4   =  Total
MSD  -    18  22  15  24  =  79
CHEN -    2    3   13  10  =  28

Halftime -  MSD led 40-5

MSD ORIOLES

Jaden Joseph -  17 points, 9 rebounds, 6 steals, 5 assists
John Werner, Jr. – 17 points, 3 assists
Rory Lewis – 11 points, 5 rebounds, 4 assists, 1 block
Esteban Kovacs – 12 points, 5 assists, 3 rebounds
Miguel Pavao – 5 points, 7 rebounds
Stefan Anderson – 2 points, 3 assists
Jason Werner – 6 points, 5 rebounds
Ethan Sheppeck – 5 points
Janos Giuranna – 4 points, 4 rebounds

Team Total FG:  32
Team Total 3FG:  9 (Kovacs 3, Lewis 3, Werner Jr. 2, Sheppeck)
Team Total FT:  6-12

CHEN CHARGERS

Josh Fadeley – 3 points
Riley Fahs – 1 point
Alek Graham – 6 points
Luke Tomlinson – 3 points
Kobe Collins – 4 points
Ethan Merritt – 5 points
Ryan McCoy – 6 points

Team Total FG:  9
Team Total 3FG:  5 (McCoy 2, Fadeley, Graham, Tomlinson)
Team Total FT:  5-8

Record: 19-4

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Maryland girls’ basketball

Spencerville Adventist Academy @ Maryland School for the Deaf

            1    2    3    4   = Total
MSD – 18  18  22   14  = 72
SAA -  5    6   9     7   = 27

MARYLAND ORIOLES

A. Glennon — 3 points, 3 rebounds
S. Herzig Wilcox — 8 points, 2 rebounds, 2 steals, 2 assists
A. Patterson — 3 rebounds
C. Perry — 24 points, 18 rebounds, 7 steals, 3 assists, 1 block
R. Guettler — 22 points, 9 rebounds, 4 steals, 6 assists
H. Johnston-Shaw — 1 point, 1 assist
E. Beldon — 5 points, 4 rebounds, 5 steals, 4 assists
M. Luebehusen, 5 points, 9 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 block
E. Kovacs — 4 points, 2 rebounds, 2 steals, 2 assists, 1 block

Team FG: 32
Team 3-FG: 1 (Guettler)
Team FT: 5-11

SPENCERVILLE

V. Slack – 15 points
K. Smith – 4 points
E. Tran – 1 point
A. Sudhaker – 7 points

Team FG: 5
Team 3-FG: 5 (Slack 4, Sudhaker)
Team FT: 2-8

Record: 17 – 4

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Michigan girls’ basketball

Today we played against New Life Christian Academy whose we lost to them
last time 4-54 (Jan.18). We played much better against them but lost game
with better result. The final scores were 19-33 and it was our highest
point of the season. Our team was lead with Wendy Chicky, JR, 14 points 8
rebounds (6 defense 2 offense) and 1 steal. Haley Cooper, SR, 4 points 3
assists, 7 rebounds (all defense). Rina Manssora, JR, 1 point, 4 rebounds
(1 offense 3 defense) 1 steal and 1 block.

Our next game will be this Thursday (Feb. 8) against Merritt on our home
court.

Our records are 0-7 and league 0-5

              1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
NLCA.    11.  4.   10.   8.    33
MSD.      6.   4.    3.    6.    19

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Model wrestling

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Wrestling

Wrestling

Date: Tuesday, February 6, 2018 at 4:30 PM

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 45

St Andrew’s Episcopal School: 30

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North Carolina boys’ basketball

The Master’s Academy    5   11    12   16-44
NCSD                                   6   19    12     9-46

Nycobian made a final field goal as the time expired.  It was my first
time in my coaching
Career that my team won or lost in last shot as the time expired.

Feb 2 at Kentucky SD
NCSD                    10     8     12   17-47
Kansas SD            10    14    18   19-61

Feb 3 at Kentucky SD
Georgia SD          4   1    11   8-24
NCSD                    15  12  15  0-42

It is unfortunate that GSD lost their explosive player as he broke his
hand and his scoring average is over 90% of the total team points.
GSD had only 5 players.

Feb 3 at Kentucky SD
NCSD                    17   22    11    3-53
Kentucky SD        5       8    10    5-28

Feb 6 at NCSD
Virginia SDB        5    7    5    9-26
NCSD                    12   6    16   14-48

End of the basketball season
Team record is 5-10

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Oklahoma girls’ basketball

OSD 19- Bray Doyle 46

Our record  3-18

This weekend we go to GPSD at KSD and we will play
New Mexico on Thursday

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Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

On 2/6, Tuesday, our home game against NJSD. The PSD boys were off and
can’t handle the defense. NJSD lead in 1st and 2nd qt but PSD boys found a
way to robbed them and became a lead in the half time. In the 2nd half
time, PSD boys team still lead until at the end of game, we won 47-37.
Nasir got 30 points and Jacob got double double play with 12 points and 10
rebounds.

Final score 47-37

Record 11-7

This weekend, 2/9 – 2/11, @ WPSD for ESDAA DIV I Boys Basketball
Tournament. Wish PSD team good luck!!

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Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

On February 6, NJSD came to PSD to play the Lady Panthers. With almost
half the team out due to sickness, 6 girls were rotated throughout the
game to bring home another victory! In the win, Yasmean had another double
double with 15 points and 11 rebounds. Maysan also had a double double
with 16 points and 12 rebounds. Gia contributed 12 points to the win.

Make sure you congratulate our girls if you see them!

Final score: 53-14

Record: 15-1

Our next game is Home on Tuesday February 13 against the City School of
Philadelphia. Come support your Lady Panthers in their last home game of
the season!

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Phoenix boys’ basketball

LAST game of season, we lost on the road to North
Phoenix Prep, 59-38.   3-21 for the season.

Looking forward to next year!

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Rhode Island basketball

RISD Boys Basketball

On February 6th, we traveled to Boston to play the Horace Mann School for
the Deaf. We were eager to get revenge after HMS beat us on our home court
in December right before the holidays break. Our Roosters started strong
with a great display of defense. Our offense stumbled into foul trouble
early on as we started slow.

Then in the second half, we finally exploded on offense to keep the lead
all the way through the end of the game, coming away with a well-deserved
victory. The final score was 28 to 18.

Juan Fernandez-Espinal led the Roosters with 14 points and 9 rebounds.
Timothy Jallah chipped in with 12 points.

RISD Boys Basketball Record: 5-14
Next Game: Tuesday, February 13th vs. Friends Academy (4:45 P.M.)

RISD Girls Basketball

In our last tuneup game before the ESDAA Div. 2 Girls Basketball
Tournament this weekend, we traveled to Boston to play against Horace Mann
School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. They beat us first week of
December and we won the second game right before the holidays break, so
this would be the rubber match between the two schools to see who won the
season series.

Our girls were able to jump out to an early lead and cruised to a 17-10
halftime lead. Our girls continued their great play with a 11-4 second
half, winning the game 28-14. Our girls reigned supreme inside the paint,
recording a grand total of 55 offensive rebounds for the entire game!
While our girls’ did not make the most of their second-chance shots, but
we were able to make more than enough to win the game.

Our girls now prepare themselves for the big end-of-season tournament that
we’ve been preparing for all season long! Off to Newark, Delaware this
Friday we go in hopes of bringing back home some trophies.

RISD -   17    11  – 28
HMS -   10     4   – 14

RISD
Yasmin S. – 16 Points
Melissa E-G – 6 Points
Lillian K. – 4 Points
Olivia C. – 2 Points

RISD Girls Basketball Record: 4-14
Next Game: ESDAA Division 2 Girls’ Basketball Tournament @ Delaware School
for the Deaf
Friday, February 9th vs. St. Mary’s School for the Deaf (7:45 P.M.)

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Rochester girls’ basketball

Cornerstone starts off 10-2 in the first quarter. Courtney hits 3 points
in
2 rows to keep in the game at the end of the 1st quarter. Cornerstone team
decided to use box and one against Courtney for the most of the game.
However, we managed it well because we were only down by 2 in end of the
3rd quarter. However, We weren’t able to take a lead in 4th quarter. We
lost 34-41.

Courtney Gentzke got 14 points and 8 rebounds
McKenna Girod got 12 points and 12 rebounds

Record- 13-5

Next game on Saturday against either Rhode Island School for the Deaf or
St.Mary’s School for the Deaf at Delaware. (ESDAA)

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St Mary’s boys basketball

The lady Bisons took on New Life Christian yesterday in their final home
game of the season. It was a rocky start with a lot of rookie mistakes
along the way. In the second half, Elise Watson had a chance to lead the
team as point guard. Though it was a new experience for her she really
shined as a leader for the team. The girls struggled to compete against
New Life’s strong defense and ended up falling short with a loss of 6-39.
Also congrats to Tatyana Bean and Aleyshka Rivera who saw more playing
time in this game. The girls will definitely take this as a learning
experience as they gear up for the ESDAA tournament this weekend in
Delaware.

Game: SMSD vs New Life Christian 6:39

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St Mary’s boys basketball

The Bison took on New Life Christian today and couldn’t match up with
them.  New Life Christian had more size, speed, and depth and was the best
team we have seen all season.  The Bisons never gave up and worked hard as
they prepare for the upcoming ESDAA tournament in 10 days.  Nick Barrus
led all players with 21 points 5 steals.  Isa Habeeb had 12 points and 12
rebounds.  Christian Lawrence has 7 points and Kassim Kassim had 2 points.
Record 7 wins…2 loses.  Our next game is Thursday Feb. 8th at Falk.

Game: St. Marys Deaf vs New Life Christian 42:69

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Texas boys’ basketball

TSD Boys beat Faith Academy 63-22 in the first round of district playoffs.

We beat Faith Academy by 18 when we played them two weeks ago. We needed
this win to guarantee a spot in state playoffs.

It was gratifying to coach my boys tonight  as they played the best half
of the season as we took a commanding 46-10 lead by halftime. Clock ran in
second half and we cruised to an easy 63-22 win.

We will play John Paul in the semifinals of our district playoffs on
Thursday. They beat us in overtime when we played them in early January.
They raced to a 18-0 lead. We managed to come back and force OT, but our
boys ran out of gas. We lost by three. They play a pesky man to man high
trap defense, and I hope we will be able to avenge the loss. We will earn
a higher seed for state playoffs if we beat them on Thursday.

Congratulations to our boys for earning a spot in the state playoffs! For
that, I’m proud of my boys!

Current Record: 21-6

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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

WPSD 20 – Cheswick Christian Academy 21

Points
Ryane Smalley – 6
Danielle Fisher – 6

Record
6 – 11

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Western Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

Cheswick Christian

CC 51 – WPSD 50

C. DяяAmore – 21 points
K. DяяAmore – 10 points
D. Harclerode – 10 points

Record 6 – 11
 

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Hot DeafSports News at:
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– basketball scores

– Gallaudet basketball player

– ESDAA-I boys’ basketball tournament pairings

– deaf member of national U-16 soccer team

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Deaf Sports Collections update
– deaf heavyweight boxer twice floored heavyweight champion
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/
DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/a-1947-basketball-timeout/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 02/06/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Gallaudet basketball

Lakeland’s Daniels getting on to court at Division III Gallaudet

part of newspaper story

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Shawn Daniels stood near midcourt in the final
seconds of a recent college basketball game in the nation’s capital, and
the freshman guard clapped his hands excitedly as a referee’s call went
in favor of a teammate.

But most of the several hundred fans in attendance at the NCAA Division
III contest couldn’t hear those hands being clapped by the Lakeland High
graduate.

That is because Daniels plays for Gallaudet University, the only college
in the world specifically for the deaf and hard of hearing. While Division
III Gallaudet doesn’t attract the attention or attendance numbers of
nearby Division I Maryland and Georgetown, that doesn’t dismay the
energetic Daniels.

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ESDAA-I boys’ basketball tournament pairings

86th Annual ESDAA Basketball Tournament and Cheerleading Tournament

Friday February 9th, 2018

 

5:00 PM – GAME #1 – #2 Marie Philip vs #7 Ohio

4:00 to 7:00 PM – DINNER

6:45 PM – GAME #2 – #3 Lexington vs #6 Western Pennsylvania

8:30 PM – GAME #3 – #4 Pennsylvania vs #5 New York-Fanwood

10:00 PM COACHES’ MEETING

Saturday, February 10th, 2018

6:00 to 8:00 AM – BREAKFAST

8:30 to 11:30 AM SKILLS COMPETITION

10:30 AM to 1:00 PM – LUNCH

12:00 N CHEERLEADING COMPETITION

5:00 PM GAME #4 – Losers of GAMES #1 and #2

4:00 to 6:30 PM – DINNER

6:45 PM GAME #5 – #1 American vs winner of GAME #3

8:30 PM GAME #6 – winners of GAMES #1 and #2

10:00 PM COACHES’ MEETING

 

Sunday, February 11th, 2018
7:00 to 8:30 AM – BREAKFAST

9:00 AM GAME #7 (5th/6th place game)

10:30 AM GAME #8 (3rd place game)

12:00 N GAME #9 CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

1:45 PM AWARDS

2:30 PM DEPARTURE

 

all games and cheerleading competition will be livestreamed
program book will be posted on the WPSD’s website

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Arkansas basketball

Arkansas School for the Deaf (ASD) vs Faulkner Falcon Home School –
January 30, 2018

JR Varsity Teams

ASD JR G Girls Lost to FFHS 4 to 29

 

ASD JR V Boys Lost to FFHS 51

 

Varsity Teams

ASD VG lost to FFHS 27 to 54

 

ASD VB lost to FFHS 27 to 59

AACS JR Varsity State Basketball Tournament on February 2, 2018

 

ASD JR Girls Varsity – Lost to Columbia Christian 8 to 43

 

ASD JR Boys Varsity – Lost to Victory Christian 16 to 46

 

 

Records for the JR Girl Varsity – Won 0 Lost 9

Records for the JR Boy Varsity – Won 0 Lost 9

Records for the Varsity Girls – Won 7 Lost 13

Records for the Varsity boys – Won 4 Lost 19

 

Next: GPSD Basketball Tournament and Cheerleading competition at Kansas
School for the Deaf on February 8 to 10, 2018.

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Delaware Basketball

DSD vs. Tri-State Christian Academy (TSCA)

DSD Girls 43 TSCA 50
Record 6-9

DSD Boys 22 TSCA JV 48
Record 0-15

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Florida boys’ basketball

2/5 vs First Coast Christian (Jax):
Dragons 62
FCC 47
Halftime score: FSDB 30-20 FCC

The Seniors managed to walk off the Settles Gym court winners for the 15th
time this season. Since 1970, this is the 3rd time the Varsity Boys team
at FSDB has posted 15 or more wins.

We jumped off to a great start tonight and never relinquished the lead.
FCC did come up within 5 midway in the 4th quarter before we pulled away
for a comfortable win.

We didn’t play with the flair or pizzazz as we did last week, but we took
advantage of opportunities to score enough times to post a winning total.
As is customary with our recent teams, the scoring was distributed nicely
among our players.

Leading scorers tonight: Quintin Galpine 14, Samy Vital 14, Wallace
Burrell 12, Yahir Rodriguez 11, Walter Douglas 8, Luis Merced 2, Cody
Newsome 1.

Season record: 15-8

Next game:
None. Our season has concluded

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Fremont sports

This week, we will have NINE sports teams going on as we begin tryouts of
the spring teams while concluding some of the winter sports seasons. Good
luck to everyone!

On Thursday, our big event is the ORANGE and BLACK out night which is also
our senior night. There will be giveaways at the door and there will be
four teams performing all night, come and support us and remember don’t
wear RED! Open the attached flyer for more information.

Also, this weekend, four of our girls wrestlers will be participating in
the NCS girls-only tournament. Best of luck to them!

Athlete of the Week – MARK KOZYK. Our JV Boys Basketball has looked so
much better as of late showing a lot of teamwork and hustle so the coaches
felt that Mark is one big reason why. Last year he was hesitant on
joining the sport but has improved so much this year that he has
contributed in so many areas. Congratulations!
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Indiana boys’ basketball

ndiana Deaf 61
Columbus Christian 64

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Lexington boys’ basketball

Lexington 49 – RISD 10

Steve Salmon- 11 pts 9 steals

Timar Harris – 12 pts

Jayden Orlang- 10 pts 7 steals

Jordan Laikram 6 rbs

Record 7-7

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Lexington girls’ basketball
Lowell at Lexington

LOWELL – 0 – 0 – 0-10= 10
LEX -14 -10- 5- 4 = 33

Halftime: LEX led 24 – 0

Gigi Zheng – 17 pts, 2 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 block
Lawryn Hernandez – 6 pts, 10 rebounds, 2 assists, 5 steals
Heidy De La Rosa – 4 pts, 2 steals
May Tun – 2 pts, 6 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 block, 1 steal
Dorgianny Flores – 2 pts, 3 rebounds, 3 assists, 2 steals

Record: 9-2

 

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Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

On 1/3, Saturday, our home homecoming game, we played DSD, what a game
boys came out all ready. They all played with great heart and as team.
Nasir had 16 points while kevin added 10 points Jacob with 8 points 4
rebounds , Hazim had 4 points and Aquil added 5 points great job by all
the boys . If you see them tell them great job.

Score was 51-25, we won.

Record 10-7

Next game on 2/6, our home against NJSD.

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Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

On Saturday, February 3, the Lady Panthers hosted Delaware School for the
Deaf in our annual Homecoming game. The girls had a sleepy start, but woke
up in the second half to win the game 40-30. In the win, Yasmean had a
double-double with 16 points and 10 rebounds. All of the girls were able
to be a part of the win.

We want to thank all PSD students, staff, alumni, family, and friends for
coming out and supporting our Lady Panthers.

Final score 40-30

Our record: 14-1

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Rhode Island basketball

RISD Boys Basketball

On Saturday February 3rd, the Lexington School for the Deaf traveled from
New York City to Providence RI for a Div 1 vs Div 2 match up.
Unfortunately the Roosters only had 5 players and was still missing our
leading scorer plus a veteran starter. Lexington’s size and speed was too
much and won the game with the score of 49 to 10. Timothy Jallah scored 5
points with 8 rebounds and Juan Fernandez Espinal contributed with 5
points and 6 rebounds.

LSD – 24 25 – 49
RISD – 5 5 – 10

RISD Boys Basketball Record: 4-14
Next Game: Tuesday, February 6th @ Horace Mann School for the Deaf and
Hard of Hearing (4:15 p.m.)

RISD Girls Basketball

Our girls’ basketball team played host to Lexington School for the Deaf.
They are one of the top-three girls’ team in ESDAA Div. 1 so this would be
a huge test for us. Lexington proved itself to be a very strong team and
executed their gameplan on both sides of the court. We struggled to
maintain ball possession and Lexington capitalized on our mistakes en
route to easy shots. Our girls did not give up as they continued to battle
throughout the whole game, losing by the final score of 42-10.

We have one more game left this week before the ESDAA Div. 2 girls’
tournament – we will definitely be hard at work in practice all week long!

LSD – 23 19 – 42
RISD – 6 4 – 10

RISD
Yasmin S. – 6 Points
Ellie L. – 3 Points
Melissa E – 1 Point

RISD Girls Basketball Record: 3-14
Next Game: Tuesday, February 6th @ Horace Mann School for the Deaf and
Hard of Hearing (3:00 P.M.)

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Rochester girls’ basketball

We had a basketball game last Thursday at Hope Hall. We controlled the
whole game. Courtney lead score 15 while Neriyah McPherson scored 6 and 16
rebounds to win the game 48 to 29

Record: 13-3

Today, We will play against Houghton at 5:30 pm

 

The Wildcats kept fighting against Houghton for the whole game. We were
down by 7 at the end of 3rd quarter. We were trying to keep scoring and
catching up the score. Unfortunately, We finished 29-45 lost to Houghton.

Courtney Gentzke scores 18, 10 rebounds, and 4 steals.
Mariana Menzynski scores 6 and 6 steals.

Record: 13-4
Next game today at Cornerstone at 4 pm
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Texas boys’ basketball

TSD 21 25 21 6 73
Concordia 4 6 9 2 21

Current Record: 20-6
District Record: 6-2

Note: We completed our regular season schedule. Our first district playoff
game begins tomorrow. We must do well to qualify for the state playoffs.

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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

WPSD 35 – Redeemer-Lutheran 20

Points
Cheyenne Sloan – 12
Danielle Fisher – 11
Olivia Larson – 6
Ryane Smalley – 6

Record
6 – 10

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Western Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

Redeemer Lutheran

RL 52 – WPSD 48

D. Harclerode- 18 points
C. DяяAmore – 17 points

Record 6 – 10
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deaf member of U-16 national soccer team

The Bosnia-Herzegovina U-16 national girls’
soccer team has a deaf player – Jovana Stevanović

The players and the coaches have learned sign language
to make her feel at home

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Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

— basketball scores

— Gallaudet basketball

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— American Athletic Association of the Deaf
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/old-deaf-sports-button/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 02/05/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

GU hangs tough with NEAC’s top team from the North Division

MARCY N.Y. – The Gallaudet University women’s basketball team fell to the
top team in the North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) North Division
here Sunday as the host Wildcats defeated the Bison, 80-71.

The Bison (8-13, 6-7 NEAC) went back-and-forth with SUNY Poly (15-6, 11-1
NEAC) for the lead in the first quarter as GU grabbed the lead twice. The
Wildcats led 13-12 after the first 10 minutes of play. SUNY Poly used
multiple runs in the second and third quarters to distance itself from
Gallaudet.

The Wildcats, who led 33-25 at the half, gained their largest lead of the
game in the third quarter by 13 points, 38-25, at the 9:21 mark.

Junior guard/forward Hannah Neild (Litchfield, N.H.) scored a game-high 34
points, six rebounds and three steals. Junior guard Sabina Shysh (Tucson,
Ariz.) followed up with 16 points, six rebounds and three steals. Senior
forward Kelsey Hudson (Blissfield, Mich.) continues to dominate the boards
as she grabbed a game-high 18. Freshman guard Emelia Beldon (Frederick,
Md.) recorded nine points, passed out a game-high eight assists and five
rebounds in the loss.

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Lead slips away from Bison in closing minutes on the road

MARCY, N.Y. – The Gallaudet men’s basketball team gave up a close game in
a five-point loss, 82-77, to SUNY Poly here Sunday in a North Eastern
Athletic Conference (NEAC) game.

The Bison (6-15, 6-7 NEAC) led early in the first half before they finally
relinquished the lead in the final minutes to the Wildcats (15-6, 11-1
NEAC), who pulled ahead with a three-point lead, 39-36, at intermission.

GU came out hot in the second half as the Bison went on a 15-2 run.
Gallaudet made four three-pointers from long range and added three more
points on a lay up and foul shot. The Bison led 51-41 at the 15:56 mark.

Gallaudet held the lead for the majority of the second half until the
final two minutes. The Wildcats ramped up their pressure and made some key
shots to complete the comeback win.

Senior forward Andy Cruz (Bronx, N.Y.) scored a double-double with
team-high 28 points and 10 rebounds. He drained a three-pointer with seven
seconds left to cut SUNY Poly’s lead to one, 78-77.

Freshmen guard Preston Kelly (Fishers, Ind.) added 18 points and three
assists while sophomore Noah Valencia (Riverside, Calif.) chipped in 15
points.

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Delaware Basketball

DSD vs. PSD

DSD girls 30. PSD 40

Record 6-8

DSD boys. 25. PSD 51

Record 0-14

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Georgia basketball

Weekend games at Kentucky Homecoming Weekend
GEORGIA, KENTUCKY, NORTH CAROLINA

Girls:
GSD – 37… JOHNSON – 13, HALL – 6, REYNOLDS – 6, CLAY – 5, CASH – 4
KSD – 21

GSD – 26… HALL – 10, CLAY – 4, JOHNSON – 4, REYNOLDS – 3, CASH – 2,
BENNETT – 2, THOMPSON – 1
NCSD – 14

RECORD: 13-4-0

Boys:  GEORGIA, KENTUCKY, KANSAS, NORTH CAROLINA
GSD – 23… ROYAL – 13, DAGGETT – 6, JOHNSON – 4
KSD – 48

GSD – 28 … ROYAL – 16, JOHNSON – 4, DAGGETT – 4, PANTOJA – 2, EVANS – 2
KSD – 55 (KANSAS SCHOOL)

GSD – 24… JOHNSON – 9, ROYAL – 8, PANTOJA – 5, JOHNSON – 4, DAGGETT – 2
NCSD – 42

RECORD: 1-17-0

Next game vs Atlanta Jewish Academy  on 2/8/18

Thanks to the Kentucky School and all their staff and faculty for a
wonderful Homecoming Weekend.
 

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DeafDigest Sports – February 4, 2018

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Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

— basketball scores

— Gallaudet basketball

— a Gallaudet basketball honor

……………………………………………..

Deaf Sports Collections update
— land speed racer
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/powerful-t-shirt-message-at-hearing-olympics/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 02/04/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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a Gallaudet basketball honor

Gallaudet’s Andy Cruz named Division III Men’s Basketball HERO of the Week

BELLEVUE, Wash. – Gallaudet University senior forward Andy Cruz (Bronx,
N.Y.) was named the Division III Men’s Basketball HERO of the Week as
announced Friday by HERO Sports for his performance last week against
North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) foe College of Saint Elizabeth on
Jan. 27.

Cruz scored 21 points, grabbed 11 rebounds, made six blocks, five steals
and passed out two assists in a 79-72 victory over the Eagles in the Field
House on Padden Court.

Cruz collected 175 votes to win 75.11 percent of the weekly vote over nine
other top Division III players from last week.

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

GU tripped up on the road at Morrisville St.

MORRISVILLE, N.Y. – The Gallaudet University men’s basketball team fell
79-63 to Morrisville State College on the road Saturday in a North Eastern
Athletic Conference (NEAC) game.

Gallaudet (6-14, 6-6 NEAC) outscored Morrisville St. (12-8, 10-2 NEAC) in
the second half by one, 38-37, but the Bison entered halftime down 42-25.

Freshmen guard Preston Kelly (Fishers, Ind.) netted 15 of his game-high 19
points in the second half. Senior foward Andy Cruz (Bronx, N.Y.) and
junior center Jamal Garner (Jacksonville, Ill.) scored 13 points each in
the loss.

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

Bison duo combine for 63 points against Morrisville St. on the road

MORRISVILLE, N.Y. – The Gallaudet University women’s basketball team lost
a shootout with Morrisville State College, 92-81, here Saturday in a North
Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) game.

Gallaudet (8-12, 6-6 NEAC) fell behind early as Morrisville St. (11-9, 9-3
NEAC) jumped out to a quick 27-11 lead after the first quarter. From there
GU outplayed Morrisville but came up just short in this NEAC divisional
crossover contest.

Junior guard Hannah Neild (Litchfield, N.H.) scored 23 of her career-high
37 in the first half where GU trailed 54-40 to the Mustangs. Neild made 5
of 7 three-pointers and was a perfect 8-for-8 from the free throw line.
She also recorded a game-high eight steals to go with four assists, two
rebounds and two blocks.

Fellow junior Sabina Shysh (Tucson, Ariz.) complimented Neild with a
career best 26-point game as she made 12 of 25 shots. Shysh was second to
Neild with four steals, four assists and two rebounds.

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Homecoming Weekend at Kentucky Deaf:

Friday, Feb. 2:

BOYS-
Kansas Deaf 61, NC Deaf 47
Kentucky Deaf 48, Georgia Deaf 23

GIRLS-
Georgia Deaf 37, Kentucky Deaf 21

Saturday, Feb. 3:

BOYS-
Kansas 55, Georgia 28
Kansas 51, Kentucky 36
North Carolina 42, Georgia 24
North Carolina 53, Kentucky 28

GIRLS-
Georgia 26, North Carolina 14
Kentucky 44, North Carolina 29

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Indiana girls’ basketball

from a newspaper

A balanced offensive attack has the University Lady Trailblazers in the
Class 1A Sectional 58 championship. Lindsey Syrek led three Trailblazers
in double figures with 18 points, as University earned a 63-50 win over
the Indianapolis School for the Deaf Hoosiers Friday night.

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

Game Report- Feb 2, 2018 North Carolina School for the Deaf at Kentucky
School for the Deaf (KSD Homecoming)

NCSD- 17 22 11 3- 53
KSD- 5 8 10 5-28

NCSD- Futrail 17, Evans 9, Lineberger 20, Hernande 2, Anderson 1, Giron 4.

KSD (1-17) Howard 13, Ward 4, Miller 4, Yance 2, Dorn 1, Tucker 1, Haynes
3.

KAN- 24 10 11 6- 51
KSD- 6 8 6 16- 36

KAN- Reese 6, Welch 8, Melgar 11, Washington 14, Rolofson 2, McCastley 10.

KSD (1-16) Howard 14, Ward 8, Yance 4, Vickery 6, Collins 4.

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Lexington Girls Basketball

February 3, 2018

Game # 10

Lexington at Rhode Island School for the Deaf

LEX – 23 – 19 = 42
RISD-  6 -   4 = 10

Halftime: LEX led 23 – 6

Dorgianny Flores – 16 pts, 2 assists, 4 steals
Gigi Zheng – 12 pts, 13 rebounds, 5 assists, 6 steals
May Tun – 6 pts, 8 rebounds, 5 assists, 3 blocks, 3 steals
Heidy De La Rosa – 6 pts, 4 rebounds, 2 blocks, 3 steals

Record: 8 – 2

 

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Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

— basketball scores

……………………………………………..

Deaf Sports Collections update
— minor league umpire
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/hero-of-the-week/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 02/03/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Delaware basketball

DSD vs. Aquinas Academy

DSD girls 28. Aquinas 39
Record  6-7

DSD boys 17  Aquinas JV 36
Record 0-13

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

Georgia School for the Deaf at Kentucky School for the Deaf (KSD
Homecoming)

GSD- 7 6 5 5- 23
KSD- 8 11 18 11-48

GSD- Royal 13, Johnson 4, Pantija 6.

KSD (1-15) Ward 12, Howard 26, Collins 4, Yance 4, Vickery 2.

KSD has earned its first victory this season with a win over Georgia SD.
KSD was able to make a run after halftime to a 19 point lead after third
quarter. KSD defense played a big part. Both teams played well.

Aaron Howard 26 points, 13 rebounds, 2 assists and 5 steals. An all-round
player.

Payne Yance- 9 assists

Richard Ward a double-double:
12 points and 11 rebounds

Cameron Miller 8 rebounds.

Next game vs Kansas School for the Deaf

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Oregon boys’ basketball

from a newspaper

Crosshill Christian 77, Oregon School for Deaf 42.

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Phoenix basketball

We had Senior Night honoring 4 seniors (one cheerleader, 2 boys basketball
players, and one boys basketball manager).

Then, we played Duncan.

Girls lost 31-18.  Now 4-18.  Next up:  St. Augustine at home tomorrow
(last game of season).

Boys lost 56-28.  Now 3-20.  Next up:  @ North Phoenix Prep, Monday, Feb.
5th (last game of season).

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Wisconsin basketball

1/25
Girls lost to Salam 28-43

2/1
Girls lost to Union Grove Christian 35-43

Record 5-9

Boys

1/30
Boys lost to Grace Christian 43-55

2/1
Boys lost to Union Grove Christian 45-70
(played with 5 players this week)

Record 4-12
 

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