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DeafDigest Sports – May 13-14, 2017

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

— 2018 Clerc needs one more boys/girls teams

— ESDAA track update

— deaf pro golfer

— incoming college basketball player

Deaf Sports Collections update
— Golf country club course deaf superintendent
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/deaf-pro-golfer/

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Clerc Classic XVIII – basketball

Needs one more boys & girls teams for
Clerc Classic XVIII in January 2018

Model Secondary School for the Deaf will be hosting the Clerc Classic
XVIII tournament in January of 2018 (January 10-14).

We need to find one more varsity girls/boys basketball and a cheer
team to be part of this experience.

After all, you will be in the nation’s capital!

Filling in this slot will complete the tournament. Please contact John
Castrese, MSSD Athletic Director at john.castrese@gallaudet.edu as soon as
possible.

More information will be forthcoming, meanwhile save the date!

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ESDAA track scores

Maryland School for the Deaf Boys and Girls teams won the ESDAA Track &
Field Championships at Frederick, Maryland.

Complete team scores (Boys)
1) Maryland. 186 points
2) American. 63 points
3) St. Mary’s  47 points
4) Pennsylvania  42 points
5) Lexington. 38 points
6) New Jersey 33 points
7) New York. 30 points
8) Cleary School  26 points
9) Rochester 17 points
10) Rhode Island 8 points
11) Marie Phillips School 2 points

Complete Team Scores (Girls)
1) Maryland 182 points
2) St. Mary’s 65 points
3) Lexington 56 points
4) Pennsylvania 41 points
5) American 39 points
6) Rochester 38 points
7) New Jersey 36 points
8) Rhode Island 16 points
9) Mill Neck Manor 2 points
10) Cleary School 1 point

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Indiana boys’ track

The Eastern Hancock Royals boys track team breezed to victory Thursday
night during a home tri meet.

The Royals won 10 events en route to 92 team points. Indiana School for
the Deaf was second with 33 points and Indiana Math & Science Academy West
was third with 26 points.

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deaf pro golfer

Golfer Kaylin Yost embraces hearing impairment, shares her story

Yost was the Big South’s Player of the Year as a sophomore and senior and
turned pro after her 2014 graduation. The Symetra Tour, a stepping stone
to the LPGA circuit, was her 2015 home, and like many fledglings, Yost
stumbled early and often, missing eight cuts in 11 starts and never
finishing among the top 45.

full story at:
http://www.dailypress.com/dp-spt-teel-column-kaylin-yost-kingsmill-20170513-column.html

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Maryland track (at ESDAA)

 ESDAA Championship (Track & Field) Results

Saturday, May 13, 2017
Maryland School for the Deaf Boys and Girls teams won the ESDAA Track &
Field Championships at Frederick, Maryland.

Complete team scores (Boys)
1) Maryland. 186 points
2) American. 63 points
3) St. Mary’s  47 points
4) Pennsylvania  42 points
5) Lexington. 38 points
6) New Jersey 33 points
7) New York. 30 points
8) Cleary School  26 points
9) Rochester 17 points
10) Rhode Island 8 points
11) Marie Phillips School 2 points

Complete Team Scores (Girls)
1) Maryland 182 points
2) St. Mary’s 65 points
3) Lexington 56 points
4) Pennsylvania 41 points
5) American 39 points
6) Rochester 38 points
7) New Jersey 36 points
8) Rhode Island 16 points
9) Mill Neck Manor 2 points
10) Cleary School 1 point

MSD Boys 1st place finishers:
High Jump: Egan Seremeth 5’8″
3200M : Bobga Tete 10:52.63
Triple Jump: John Werner 37’3.25″
110M Hurdles: Egan Seremeth 16.24
4x100M Relay: Brady Perry, Bobga Tete, Austin Wilson, and Eric Long  44.52
(New ESDAA Meet record)
1600M: Bobga Tete 4:53.31
100M: Brady Perry 11.18
4x200M Relay: Austin Wilson, Maurice Braxton, Eric Long, and Stefan
Anderson 1:39.44
300M Hurdles: Egan Seremeth 43.33
200M: Brady Perry 22.64
800M: Bobga Tete 2:05.67
4x400M Relay: Osayomore Ufumwen, Crosse Herpin, Miguel Pavao, and Austin
Latin 4:07.97

MSD girls  1st place winners:
Long Jump: Cassidy Perry 14’5.25″
Shot Put: Cassidy Perry 29’0″
High Jump: Karita Lewis 4’6″
Discus: Freya Seremeth 74’11″
3200M : Emelia Beldon 14:47.13
Triple Jump: Rajena Guettler 30’1.50″
100M Hurdles: Emelia Beldon 17.47
400M: Karita Lewis 68.66
800M: Emelia Beldon 2:43.72
4x400M Relay: Kaitlyn Weeks, Freya Seremeth, Ernelina Beldon, and Lera
Walkup  5:22.13

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Maryland baseball

MSD lost to Mt. Airy Christian Academy during semifinal game, 3-1.

Stefan Anderson pitched 6 innings. 8 strikeouts. 0 earned run. 4 hits
allowed

Brady Perry, 2-3
John Werner, 2-3
Eric Long, 1-3

MSD final record: 7-7-1

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St Mary’s boys track (at ESDAA)

St. Mary’s Boys Track Results/ESDAA Track and Field Championships

The Bisons traveled to Frederick, Maryland for the ESDAA Track and Field
Championships hosted The Maryland School for the Deaf Oriels.  The Bisons
finished in 3rd place overall out of 11 teams and scored 47 points.  Ryan
Brzezinski took 1st place in the Shot Put and the Discus.  See results
below….

Men – Team Rankings – 16 Events Scored
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    1) Maryland School for the De 186        2) American                  
63
    3) St. Mary’s School for the   47        4) Pennsylvania              
42
    5) Lexington                   38        6) New Jersey                
33
    7) New York                    30        8) Cleary School for the Dea  
26
    9) Rochester                   17       10) Rhode Island               
8
   11) Marie Philip School          2

Date-  May 13thth, 2017
ESDAA Track and Field Championships@ Frederick, Maryland
Score-  St. Mary’s 47 points/3rd Place Overall out of 11 teams
BoysTrack Results
Long Jump

Isa Habeeb…14’7″…Nick Barrus…16′ 5″

Triple Jump

Habeeb 26′ 9″…Barrus 32′ 4 1/4″

Shot Put

Ryan Brzezinski …36′ 8″PR(1st Place)
Christopher Martin 26’8″

Discus

Brzezinski  101’11 1/2″‘PR (1st Place) …Martin 92′ 1/2″PR

100M

Givon Blackwell…13.61…Jon Allen…16.61

1600M

Barrus…6:26.34PR Kassim Kassim 6:29.80PR

400M

Blackwell…1:08.39.2…Habeeb…1:15.46(1st Place)

800M

Martin 2:46.66PR…Abdi…3:07.48PR

200M

Blackwell…DQ…Allen…37.88

3200M

Kassim…13:56.26

4 X400

Kassim/Bajdo/Allen/Abdi…6:06.59

4×100

Brzezinski/Bajdo/Allen/Abdi ….1:08.90

4×200

Brzezinski/Bajdo/Allen/Abdi ….2:31.95

High Jump

Martin 4’8″

110 HH

Barrus…21.80PR

300 IH

Blackwell…59.00….Habeeb…1:06.09

Personal Records
8

Points
Ryan Brzezinski

20

Christopher Martin

12

Nick Barrus

11

Givon Blackwell

2

Kassim Kassim

1.25

Steven Bajdo

.25

Jon Allen

.25

Adnan Abdi

.25

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incoming college basketball player

Neumann Goretti Point Guard Overcomes Challenges For College Scholarship

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A star point guard from Neumann Goretti High School
is headed to the prom, and he’s overcome major challenges to score a
full scholarship and seat on the University of Kentucky’s basketball
team.

full story at:
http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2017/05/12/neumann-goretti-point-guard-overcomes-challenges-for-college-scholarship/
 

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