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DeafDigest Sports – December 3, 2017

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

— basketball updates

— New England Tip Off scores

— wrestling update

— Gallaudet basketball wins

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— #1 high school long jumper in USA
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/gallaudet-football-player-becomes-police-officer/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 12/03/17)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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2017 DeafDigest Sports volleyball All-American team
will be announced tomorrow (Monday)

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New England Tip Off, Day 2

Games started in the morning with 3rd place games:

 In the first match up between Rhode Island School for the Deaf and Horace
Mann School for the Deaf Girls, Horace Mann used steady and strong play
from the point guard position to control the tempo throughout the game.
Horace Mann was able to secure a 21-15 victory.

In the second game of the day, Horace Man School for the Deaf boys took on
Rhode Island School for the Deaf. RISD dominated from the opening tip off,
leading by as much as 15 points early in the game. RISD was able to avoid
any critical mistakes down the stretch to secure a 31-13 victory.

In the Girls Championship game between American School for the Deaf and
Marie Philip School for the Deaf, both teams fought through early scoring
trouble. After Marie  Philip took a 7-2 lead, American dominated the final
3 minutes of the first half to take 8-7 lead at halftime. Marie Philip was
able to hit three three-pointers in the second half to retake the lead for
good at 16-7 and MPS would never relinquish the lead, winning by a final
score of 22-16.

In the Boys Championship game between American School for the Deaf and
Marie Philip School for the Deaf, was the game of the tournament. MPS
raced out to a dominating 12-3 first quarter lead and 26-9 halftime lead
playing with far more energy than ASD and taking full advantage of early
foul trouble and missed shots. It was a very physical game on both ends of
the court. ASD closed the gap to 10 points making the score 37-27 at the
end of the third period. ASD continued their torrid shooting and defense
to take the lead for good with 4 minutes remaining the game, sealing the
44-38 victory with late free throws.

Girls:

1st – MPS

2nd – ASD

3rd – HMSD

4th – RISD

Boys:

1st – ASD

2nd – MPS

3rd – RISD

4th – HMSD

Sportsmanship:

Girls: Horace Mann School for the Deaf

Boys: Rhode Island School for the Deaf

All – Stars:

Boys:

Mohammed Abanoor (HMSD)

Timothy Jallah (RISD)

Dylan Christoffels (MPS)

Kacey Monahan (MPS)

Omar Shariff (ASD)

Andrew Ray Taylor (ASD)

Girls:

Jenasia Butler (HMSD)

Olivia Collins (RISD)

Craichelle Morrison (ASD)

Emily Pagan (ASD)

Emily Dy (MPS)

Shayla Rochette (MPS)

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

Bison win back-to-back NEAC games as they get by St. Elizabeth

MORRISTOWN, N.J. – The Gallaudet University women’s basketball team picked
up its first North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) road win here
Saturday with a 69-53 victory over College of Saint Elizabeth.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wbkb/2017-18/releases/recap_cse

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Cruz scores career-high 30 in NEAC win over St. Elizabeth

MORRISTOWN, N.J. – Senior forward Andy Cruz (Bronx, N.Y.) scored a
career-high 30 points to help lead Gallaudet University to a 95-88 victory
here Saturday over College of Saint Elizabeth in a North Eastern Athletic
Conference (NEAC) men’s basketball game.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mbkb/2017-18/releases/recap_cse

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Indiana wrestling

part of newspaper story

Bulldogs cruise to invite win

Alfredo Calderon, Centerville High School footballBuy Photo
Alfredo Calderon, Centerville High School football (Photo: Jesus
Jimenez/Palladium-Item)
Centerville crowned six weight-class champions and went 4-0 as a team to
win the Lincoln 6-way Invitational.

Tyler Vredeveld (106), Austin Wilmont (113), Gabe Phillips (132), Elijah
Phillips (138), Alfredo Calderon (182) and Chris Pritchett (195) all went
4-0 as Centerville defeated Indiana School for the Deaf 59-24, Blue River
78-6, Eastern Hancock 45-33 and Lincoln 57-24.

Josh Miles (126) and Noah Hancock (170)  won weight classes for Lincoln,
as the Golden Eagles went 1-3, defeating Blue River 72-6 and falling to
Centerville, Indiana Deaf 46-36, Eastern Hancock 55-24.

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

Kentucky School for the Deaf vs South Carolina School for the Deaf at
Tennessee School for the Deaf in Knoxville, Tennessee.

KSD- 4 7 6 10ÿÿ27
SCSDB- 13 17 16 8ÿÿ54

KSD (0-4) Howard 16, Dorn 2, Miller 3, Collins 2, Rhodes 2, Tucker.

SCSBD – Smith 12, Beritez 5, Moore 34, Vincent 3.

KSD completed the Viking Classic by going winless. South Carolina raced to
a 9-point lead after first quarter. First quarter has been a thorn to KSD
so far in the early part of season. KSD needs to work on passing and
rebounding. KSD has a season high 30 turnovers which limited their field
goal attempts to 29.

Aaron Howard-16 points, 6 rebound, and 2 blocks but had 11 turnovers.

Micah Tucker and Dakota Rhodes scored a bucket as itÿÿs their first
Varsity points. Congrats to them!

John Collins- two steals.

KSD has no three pointers.

Next game on Dec. 5, 2017 vs Riverside Christian at KSD.

Kentucky School for the Deaf vs Tennessee School for the Deaf at Tennessee
School for the Deaf in Knoxville, Tennessee.

KSD- 1 9 2 1ÿÿ 13
TSD- 18 12 10 10ÿÿ 50

KSD (0-3) Yance 3, Howard 8, Dorn 1, Vickery 1.

TSD (?-?) Davidson 2, Harris 6, Freeman 8, Williams 9, Williamson 9,
Currie 8, Staggs 4, Mould 4.

It was KSDÿÿs first game of two games today. Tennessee opened the game
by scoring the gameÿÿs first 16 points. KSD wasnÿÿt able to match
Tennesseeÿÿs aggressiveness and quickness. Turnoversÿÿ hurting KSD so
far this season as KSD having 21 turnovers this morning. We have to work
on everything (fundamental). Hope we play better tonight.

Richard Ward- 7 rebounds
KSD shot 2-7 on free throws.
Caleb Vickery- 1 point. His first varsity point.
Miller and Howard- 1 block each

Next game on Dec. 2, 2017 vs South Carolina School for the Deaf in
Knoxville, Tennessee.
(Viking Classic)

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South Carolina girls’ basketball

SCSDB  0      2    4     0 = 6
ASD       18   14    2    5 = 41

Y. Crute made 6pts

SCSDB   6    0    3     7= 16
KSD        17  13   14   4= 49

A.Moss made 8 pts, D.Miller made 5 pts, Y. Crute made 2 pts, and A. Plifer made 1 pts

Overall record 0-3

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Tennessee girls’ basketball

part of newspaper story

Girls basketball top performers in the Knoxville area

Marcreshia Phillips, Tennessee School for the Deaf: Phillips had 47
combined points in this week’s win against the South Carolina School for
the Deaf and loss to Hancock Couunty.

Hancock Co 65
Tennessee 43

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Tennessee boys’ basketball

part of newspaper story

Knoxville area high school basketball top boys performers

DeSean Freeman, Tennessee School for the Deaf: Freeman scored 14 points in
a 62-35 loss to Hancock County.

Hancock Co 62
Tennessee 35

 

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