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DeafDigest Sports – February 11, 2019

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– tournament championship scores

– Gallaudet basketball updates

– random deafsports thoughts

– Texas girls basketball

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 2/11/19)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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

GAME #6 – EXHIBITION GAME

NYSD      2    8    2   4    16

ASD        0    1    2    2      5

NYSD – Persaud, Ariza, and Herrera – 4 each and Pon, B. and Campos – 2
each

ASD – Vasquez – 3 points and Page – 2 points

GAME #7 (Third place game)

PSD      9    6    11    2    28
MPS    4     7      7   16   35

PSD – Id-deen – 11, DiGiacomo and Gilmore – 7 each, Rios – 2, and Colon -
1

MPS – Elliott-Mendelsohn – 14, Toledo – 8, Rochette – 7, Child – 3,
Fernsebner – 2, and Perez – 1

GAME #8 (CHAMPIONSHIP GAME)

WPSD    6   2   1   7   16
LEX        3   3   4   4   14

WPSD – Fisher – 5, Smalley – 4, Sloan – 3, and Larson and Therrien – 2
each

LEX – De La Rosa and Zheng – 5 each and Flores-Reyes – 4

AWARDS

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Champions                                   Western PA School for the Deaf

Runner-Ups                        Lexington School for the Deaf

3rd place                                          Marie Philip School for
the Deaf

4th place                                          Pennsylvania School for
the Deaf

Consolation Champions              New York School for the Deaf16

Championship Game MVP       Cheyenne Sloan, WPSD

, and

Vicki White Sportsmanship Award

New York School for the
Deaf

All-Tournament Team

Emily Pagan – ASD                            Maysan Id-deen – PSD

Gigi Zheng – LEX                            Dorgianny Flores-Reyes – LEX

Zora Elliott-Mendelsohn – MPS       Danielle Fisher – WPSD

Britney Pon – NYSD                            Shayla Rochette – MPS

Cheyenne Sloan – WPSD                     Ryane Smalley – WPSD

Heidy De La Rosa – LEX

SKILLS COMPETITIONS

Team Free Throws                     Lexington School for the Deaf

Team Lay-Ups                             Lexington School for the Deaf

Team Twenty-One                     Lexington School for the Deaf

Knock-Out Champion              Ryane Smalley, WPSD

Hot-Shot Champions              Gigi Zheng, Lexington

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ESDAA Division II Girls

Here is todays update
3rd/4th place game     St. Mary’s beat Delaware
Championship Game  RSD  68  MKSD  30

Champions:  Rochester
2nd Place MKSD
3rd Place SMSD
4th Place Delaware
5th Place Rhode Island

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Gallaudet basketball

men’s
Overtime gets the best of Gallaudet on the road

AURORA, N.Y. – For a second straight day, Gallaudet University had to play
an overtime game but this time the Bison found themselves on the short end
of the stick as they lost, 71-66, here Sunday to Wells College in a North
Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) men’s basketball cross-divisional game.

women’s
GU bounces back with win over Wells, 61-37

AURORA, N.Y. – Gallaudet University bounced back here Sunday with a 61-37
victory over Wells College in a North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC)
women’s basketball game.

Gallaudet (14-9, 11-3 NEAC) made three straight 3-pointers to start the
game and jumped out to a 22-8 lead in the first quarter. The Bison took a
31-22 lead into halftime in the Schwartz Center.

The Bison shut down Wells (3-20, 2-12 NEAC) in the second half as they
only allowed six points in the third quarter and nine in the fourth.

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Fremont  basketball

part of two newspaper stories

girls
North Hills Christian is a No. 15 seed in D-6 and will travel to No. 2
California School for the Deaf on Wednesday.

boys
No. 13 California School for the Deaf (12-13) at No. 4 Mendocino (19-5), 7 p.m.

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Georgia basketball

2/8-9/19 KENTUCKY HOMCOMING WEEKEND.
Many thanks to the KSD staff and faculty for their hospitality over the Homecoming weekend.
Kentucky (KSD), Ohio (OSD), North Carolina(NCSD)
Girls:
2/8/19
GSD – 39, CLAY – 27, WILLIAMS – 6, BENNETT – 4, THOMPSON – 2
KSD – 42
2/9/19
GSD – 33, CLAY – 15, BENNETT – 10, WILLIAMS – 8
OSD – 23
GSD – 49, CLAY – 31, WILLIAMS – 16, BENNETT – 2
NCSD – 24

SEASON FINISHED: 4-16-0

BOYS:
2/8/19
GSD – 50, BROWN – 22, JOHNSON – 14, GREEN – 8, MOORMAN – 4, EVANS – 2
KSD – 26
2/9/19
GSD – 71, BROWN – 28, JOHNSON – 18, GREEN – 17, MOORMAN – 6, DAGGETT – 2
OSD – 33
GSD – 60, BROWN – 34, JOHNSON – 13, GREEN – 7, EVANS – 4, MOORMAN – 2
NCSD – 55

SEASON FINISHED: 10-16-0

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Kentucky girls’ basketball

Kentucky Homecoming games

2/8 & 2/9

KSD games

KSD vs GSD 42-39

KSD vs Ohio 30-34

KSD vs NCSD 38-27

Records of 2/10 is 4-14

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Model boys’ basketball

10-10 record to date; season is still continuing

went 3-3 since Clerc tournament

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St Mary’s girls’ basketball

The Lady Bisons finished in 3rd place this weekend at the ESDAA Girls
Division II Basketball Tournament.  They defeated The Delaware Hawks by a
score of 28-19.  The Lady Bisons took the early lead and held the lead the
entire game.  Delaware managed to  narrow  the lead late in the second
quarter.  In the second half, the Lady Bisons began a run and went on  to
pull off the victory.  Cami Cole lead all scorers with 15 points and 11
rebounds.  Kioney Alvira-Jurado finished with 8 points and 15 rebounds.
Julia Bronneberg scored 4 points and worked hard on the defensive end.

Cami Cole and Kioney Alvira-Jurado were selected to the  Tournament All
Star Team.

The completes the 2019 season.  We would like to thank everyone for their
support and are looking forward to next season!

Final Record….3 wins and 10 losses.

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Texas girls basketball

newspaper story
https://www.statesman.com/sports/20190209/perfect-so-far-tsd-girls-season-rings-loud-and-clear

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random deafsports thoughts

Will Texas girls’ basketball team continue unbeaten? If they do, this means
they are state TAPPS (private and parochial schools champions, class 4A)

DeafDigest Sports editor remembers Lexington girls going unbeaten
one season in the early 1990′s.

Nebraska School for the Deaf went unbeaten and won state, all classes
championship during the 1930′s.

There may be other unbeaten basketball teams but DeafDigest Sports editor
only knows of Lexington girls and Nebraska boys.

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