2019/02/13

DeafDigest Sports – February 13, 2019

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— random deafsports thoughts

— ESDAA Div II Boys Basketball Results

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 2/13/19)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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ESDAA Div II Boys Basketball Results

Friday Games
Marie Katzenbach defeated Rhode Island:  57 – 35
St. Mary’s defeated Virginia: 59 – 41
Rochester defeated Delaware: 61 – 23
West Virginia defeated New York State School: 42 – 33

Saturday Games
Virginia defeated Rhode Island: 27 – 20
New York State School defeated Delaware: 45 – 41
Marie Katzenbach defeated St. Mary’s: 53 – 51
Rochester defeated West Virginia: 59 – 33

Sunday Games
Virginia defeated Delaware: 50 – 31
Rhode Island defeated New York State School: 41 – 28
St. Mary’s defeated West Virginia: 58 – 38
Rochester Defeated Marie Katzenbach: 65 – 46

Final Standing
1st: Rochester
2nd: Marie Katzenbach
3rd: St. Mary’s
4th: West Virginia
5th: Rhode Island
6th New York State School
7th: Delaware
8th: Virginia (invited Team)

Awards

MVP: Bode Aggas – Rochester

All Tourney Team:
Jon Allen – NYSSD Rome
Cayne Aggas  – Rochester
Bode Aggas – Rochester
Thomas Coats – Rochester
Timothy Jalluh – Rhode Island
Nick Barrus – St. Mary’s
Isa Habeeb – St. Mary’s
Enrique Martinez-Sandovial – Delaware
Halo Warner – Marie Katzenbach
Chris Brown – Marie Katzenbach
Nasir Gurganus – Marie Katzenbach
Zack Stump – West Virginia
Tishawn Manning – Virginia

Sportsmanship Award: Delaware
Team 21 – Rochester
Team Layup – Rochester
Team Free Throw – Marie Katzenbach

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Illinois Deaf Boys Basketball

Routt Catholic 71
Illinois Deaf      20

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

Light Eagles At Kentucky School for the Deaf

Light 16 10 9 14- 49
KSD 4 3 0 16-23

KSD (0-20) Dorn 3, Gilbert 5, Haynes 4, Vickery 6, Collins 5

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Missouri School for the Deaf boys’ basketball

February 12, 2019

Calvary Lutheran JV                        12     10      7     10  =   39
Missouri School for the Deaf        15     16     20    15  =   66

MSD
Jayden Riordan         20 points, 6 rebounds, 8 assists, 6 steals
Mikal Meriwether    16 points, and 13 rebounds
Hezeki Smoot            11 points, 6 assists, and 3 steals
Damar Washington  11 points, 6 rebounds, and 3 steals
Marques Ray               2 points and 2 rebounds

MSD Record   6 – 10    overall 11- 10

Calvary Lutheran JV
Will Struthman  13 points
Cody McFurland  8 points

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Ohio School for the Deaf girls vs Liberty Christian at OSD

2/12/19. Ohio School for the Deaf vs Liberty Christian at OSD –
Basketabll.
Girls:

Ohio Deaf Girls vs LC

OSD 0-0-3-2-5
LC 12-8-9-12-41

Results 9-10

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Rhode Island

RISD Girls Basketball Recaps 2/8-2/10

RISD Girls Basketball

*Friday 2/8*

Our girls’ basketball team made the trip over to Rochester, NY to
participate in the ESDAA Division 2 Girls’ Basketball Tournament — we
were
only able to bring six players out of a full team of 9 with two missing
starters, so this could be a challenging weekend for us. Our team was the
#4 seed, so we opened things against #5 Delaware – we had played each
other
back in December at New Jersey’s Tip-off Tournament, which was a narrow
win
for us.

The game remained close all the way through the first half as both teams
traded leads. Delaware had a 14-11 halftime lead and never relinquished
even though we came within single possession on a number of times.
Delaware
won the game 28-22.

DSD –   6  8  8  6 – 28
RISD –  5  6  5  6 – 22

*Saturday 2/9*

Our girls’ team were determined to make up for our first-day loss — the
winner of this game would go on to play in the 3rd/4th place game while
the
loser would finish in 5th place and have no game on Sunday.

St. Mary’s jumped out to a huge 16-4 first quarter lead as our girls
weren’t fully prepared for the Bison’s offensive gameplan. Our team was
also plagued by foul troubles and we had to sit one of our key starter
throughout the entire game in an effort to avoid fouling out, which really
threw us off. But kudos to our girls for continuing to persist and play
through the whole game as St. Mary’s would win 40-18.

RISD –     4   3  5  6 – 18
SMSD –  16  6  9   9 – 40

*RISD Girls’ Basketball Record*: 7-10
*Next Game*: Thursday, February 14 vs. Community Prep (3:30 P.M.)

We had a game scheduled for today (Tuesday 2/12) – but it was cancelled
due
to the pending snowstorm that will hit New England today. This Thursday
will be the final game of our girls’ 2018-19 basketball season.

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Tennessee girls’ basketball

Girls

District Tournament

Cosby 58 Tennessee 24

5-16 record

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Wisconsin girls’ basketball

WSD girls won at Berean Baptist 37-34 last night.

WSD lost to Oklahoma in GPSD championship game this past weekend after
winning first 2 games over Iowa and New Mexico.

Record 13-7

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random deafsports thoughts

a tweet said:
Kenny Walker was the first deaf player in the Canadian
Football League

This is not totally true. CFL has had a number of deaf
players in the past; one of them was muscleman Lou
Ferrigno.

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