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DeafDigest Sports – December 24-25, 2018

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– 8-man football team seeks homecoming opponent

– NFL player Derrick Coleman

– college deaf golfer

– random deafsports thoughts

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 12/22/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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there was no DeafDigest Sports edition on December 24, 2018

DeafDigest Sports editor was on the road, visiting family
during the Holiday Season

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8-man football team seeks homecoming opponent

Riverside 8-man football is in dire need of scheduling a deaf school for
our Homecoming next fall which will be on either Friday night or Saturday
night, Oct. 3rd or 4th.  We will also host Spike Out tournament (will have
both Div. 1 and Div. 2, up to 6-8 teams each) here that weekend so you may
bring your VB team along to make your trip worthwhile.

Please contact JJ Bailey, Athletic Director, jbailey@csdr-cde.ca.gov as
soon as possible.

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college deaf golfer

Taryn Simmons

junior

University of North Alabama (NCAA-I)

a junior college transfer

during the fall golf season, she averaged 80.7 per round,
third best on the team

now looking forward to spring season golf

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Athlete of the Year

LSU Swimmer Matthew Klotz has been named the 2018 International Committee
of Sports for the Deaf (ICSD) Sportsman of the Year

note:
he will be swimming for Hungary in the Olympics but was swimming for
USA in Deaflympics.

What if he decides to take part in the next Deaflympics and if
Hungary does not have deaf swimmers? Or will Hungary set up
a group of deaf swimmers just to take advantage of Klotz’s
presence?

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NFL player Derrick Coleman

word is around the league that Derrick Coleman is
pretty much an established fullback and special teams
player and that he is winning respect from his peers
for his play on the field.

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random deafsports talk

Derrick Coleman (see above) plays fullback which is
an obsolete position, in other words, a dying breed.

He also plays special teams, which is never obsolete.

What this means it will always be a roster struggle
for him every summer in the training camp. If the
coaches like him, he makes the team. If coaches don’t
like him then it becomes an issue come the decisions
on final cuts.

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DeafDigest Sports – December 23, 2018

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– 8-man football team seeks homecoming opponent

– basketball “half-story”

– college deaf basketball player

– random deafsports thoughts

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 12/22/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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8-man football team seeks homecoming opponent

Riverside 8-man football is in dire need of scheduling a deaf school for
our Homecoming next fall which will be on either Friday night or Saturday
night, Oct. 3rd or 4th.  We will also host Spike Out tournament (will have
both Div. 1 and Div. 2, up to 6-8 teams each) here that weekend so you may
bring your VB team along to make your trip worthwhile.

Please contact JJ Bailey, Athletic Director, jbailey@csdr-cde.ca.gov as
soon as possible.

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Minnesota boys’ basketball

MSAD basketball falls in overtime to AFSA
The Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf basketball team played its first
overtime game of the season Thursday. The Trojans (0-6) were unable to
pull it out at home in extra time, falling 70-67 to the …

note:
DeafDigest Sports calls it a half-story because of newspaper
paywall issues.

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college deaf basketball player

Connor Ortman

freshman

Lakeland College (Wisconsin)

is listed on the roster but has not shown up on stats sheets

his profile:
#32 Connor Ortman
Position: Forward
Height: 6-4
Weight: 180
Class: Freshman
Hometown: Norway, Mich.
High School: Norway

High School: Four-year letter winner on basketball and football teams and
also lettered two years each in baseball and track & field… Captain on
basketball team, where he was a three-year starter and three-time
all-Skyline Conference performer… Named conference player of the year as
a senior, when he was also named first team all-Upper Peninsula…
1,000-point career scorer… Named all-conference and all-U.P. in football
and track & field as a junior and senior.

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elite deaf athletes

Eunate Arraiza

women’s soccer

member of national Spanish (hearing) women’s soccer team

A recent newspaper story said that she is so valued a
member of her local and national soccer teams that
her hearing teammates go out of their way to make
communications easier for her.

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random deafsports talk

just letting all subscribers know that when there is
down time in deaf schools sports (holidays or summer
months) then DeafDigest Sports focuses on deaf athletes
on hearing college teams and on elite deaf athletes in
all sports from anywhere in the world.

Mainstreamed athletes? No, sorry. Many schools have
privacy issues. It is different with college and elite
sports!

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DeafDigest Sports – December 22, 2018

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Hot DeafSports News at:
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– 8-man football team seeks homecoming opponent

– basketball updates

– random deafsports thoughts

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 12/22/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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8-man football team seeks homecoming opponent

Riverside 8-man football is in dire need of scheduling a deaf school for
our Homecoming next fall which will be on either Friday night or Saturday
night, Oct. 3rd or 4th.  We will also host Spike Out tournament (will have
both Div. 1 and Div. 2, up to 6-8 teams each) here that weekend so you may
bring your VB team along to make your trip worthwhile.

Please contact JJ Bailey, Athletic Director, jbailey@csdr-cde.ca.gov as
soon as possible.

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American basketball

ASD Boys and Girls Varsity have reached the winter break. Teams played on
Thursday evening. Boys played at Hebrew High School of New England,
winning by a score of 63-32. Coaches spent a majority of the game
experimenting with different line ups and positions. Jey Cruz-Cotto led
the team with 19 points, 6 steals, 5 assists, Dylan Mallach added 12
points, 15 rebounds, 4 assists, Joshua Robinson had 8 points, 19 rebounds.
Boys up their record to 4-5 entering the break. Will return on action on
January 10 at Faith Prep.

Girls hosted a new opponent in Capital Prep from Bridgeport on Thursday.
The Tigers played a very solid first quarter to lead 9-8, however Capital
Prep took control with an 18-0 second quarter. ASD was able to battle
through the second half but could not close the gap losing 36-17. Jatara
Page scored 11 points, 6 steals, 3 rebounds, Tearah Rogers, Kim Vasquez,
Phurichaya Bunsroem all scored 2 points each. Kim also took down 6
rebounds while battling the other team’s two twin towers. Girls are 3-6
entering the break and will resume games on January 10 vs Faith Prep

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Kentucky School for the Deaf

As of Dec. 21st –

Tuesday, Dec. 19th

Boys game vs Danville Christian Academy

18                              55

Girls’ game vs Riverside Christian

17                          47

Thursday, Dec. 21st

Boys game vs Beth Haven

16                          64

Girls’ game vs Beth Haven

16                          35

Boys’ records is 0-8

Girls’ record is 0-5

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Phoenix Basketball

Boys
San Pasqual 54, Phoenix 33
Record:1-10

Girls
San Pasqual 56, Phoenix 19
Record: 5-9

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RISD Boys Basketball

Rhode Island’s boys basketball team traveled to Horace Mann School for the
Deaf to play them in our final game of the 2018 calendar year. Our
Roosters
got off to a strong start as we saw strong play from our three key players
- Juan, Timothy and Jayden. Our defense switched between several
formations
in order to give our players experience adjusting in-game.

Our Roosters held a strong 17-5 halftime lead and continued our strong
play
en route to a 41-15 victory – a nice way to wrap up 2018 with a win. Juan
led our team with 16 points and Tim and Jayden added 15 and 10 points
respectively. We head into the Holidays break with a 4-4 record and look
forward to building on our success over last couple of weeks into 2019.

RISD -  17   24  – 41
HMS -    5    10  – 15

*RISD Boys Basketball Record*: 4-4
*Next Game*: Tuesday, January 8th vs. Paul Cuffee School (5:15 P.M.)

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St Mary’s boys basketball

The Bisons faced Rochester Thursday night in the I-90 Classic. Rochester
came out fast and gained an early lead and the Bisons were not able to
close the gap. The team struggled to take care of the ball and transition
up and down the floor. The Bisons look to correct their errors and bounce
back in the new year when they travel to Central Baptist on January 8th at
6pm. Adnan Abdi led the Bisons with 11 points, Kassim Kassim 6 points, Isa
Habeeb 5 points, Michael Norris 4 points, Givon Blackwell 3 points and
Ryan Brzezinski and Ethan Antone had 2 points. Michael Norris also brought
down 11 rebounds.

Record 1-5

Game: SMSD vs Rochester 33:52

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Tennessee basketball

Girls

Tennessee  36  Clinch 29

3-7

Boys

Clinch 61 Tennessee 38

1-9

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random deafsports talk

The Harlem Globetrotters is the world’s most famous
entertainment basketball team.

For several years in the early fifties, Bill Schyman,
who was hard of hearing, played for the Globetrotters’
opposing team.

Could a deaf person play for the Globetrotters?

Why not? He must have basketball clowning skills as well
as with real basketball skills.

Just clowning and no basketball skills will not qualify
anyone for the Globetrotters team.

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DeafDigest Sports – December 21, 2018

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– football udpate

– wrestling updates

– basketball updates

– random deafsports thoughts

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 12/21/18)
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Florida boys’ basketball

Hello Dragon fans! We had a 3 game slate this week and came out 1-2.
We’re making progress in many areas of our game and with such a young
team, it’s nice to see.  However, we still need to keep our hard hats on
and continue working.

On 12/17 we hosted River City Science Academy. We lost 39-59.  We were
unable to overcome RCSA’s torrid 2nd and 3rd quarter scoring sprees.  The
Guillou brothers, Matthew and Marcus each had 3 steals in this game.

On 12/18 we bussed over to Orange Park to face St. Johns Country Day. We
lost our early lead and the final score was in SJCD’s favor, 27-45.  We
got off to a blistering start, but then became ice cold after the 1st
quarter. It was a great learning
experience for our boys in that there are 4 quarters to play in a game.
AJ Rosales was our leading rebounder with 10.

On 12/18 the annual pilgrimmage to Pierson to challenge Taylor HS took
place. Despite trailing for 31:59 of the game, we managed to escape their
gym with an incredible 43-42 victory thanks to Mr. Ice in His Veins Josiah
Roberson’s freethrow with 1 second
left in the game.  We were down by 10 at halftime and down by 9 entering
the 4th quarter.  What happened last night vs SJCD was reversed in this
game.  We got on fire and chased down loose balls and got good looks at
the basket.  This led to our
incredible 16-6 4th quarter run and pulled off the upset.  Bryan Raffa
gave us an incredible spark in the last stanza and spurred us on with his
rebounding and outlet passes.  We had 3 players score in double figures,
Roberson with 11, Walter Douglas
with 12, and Matthew Guillou with 12.

That was a great way to wrap up our first semester schedule.  Now its time
to rest up and work on individual skills over the break and be ready and
raring to go when we return.

Season record: 4-6

Next games: 1/8 away vs Halifax (8:00) & 1/9 HOME vs Oak Hall (6:30)

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Florida girls’ basketball

December 17 at River City Science Academy
Score: FSDB 54, RCSA 18

We started off very slow and finished strong. All girls were able to play.
Our player of game was Olivia Brown who had 22 points, 11 rebounds, 4
assists, a steal and a block. Another Brown had a great night also. Oceana
made 10 points, 7 rebounds, 5
assists, and 5 steals. Lourdine Jordonne grabbed 15 rebounds with 10
points and 2 steals.

Stats:
Oceana Brown: 10 Points, 7 reb, 5 ast, 5 stl
Olivia Brown: 22 Points, 11 reb, 4 ast, 1 stl, 1 blk
Taylor Burcham: 0 Point
Shanna Cooley: 2 Points, 3 reb, 1 stl
Emma Hancock: 2 Points, 2 reb, 1 stl
JaíMyra Harris: 4 Points, 4 reb, 4 ast
Lourdine Jordonne: 10 Points, 15 reb, 2 stl
Taria Pellicer: Did not play – Injured
Samantha Suarez: 0 Points, 6 reb
Shylah Thomas: 2 Points, 1 reb
Keliah Williams: 2 Points, 7 reb, 2 stl

Record 8-2

December 18 at St. Johns Country Day
Score: FSDB 38, SJCD 54

If you know what cold feels like, we played cold most of the night missing
near shots, missing many opportunities and our defense was like a sieve
allowing SJCD to score 54 points. Our girls were definitely not in the
game mentally.  This time Lourdine
Jourdonne had the double double with 14 points and 10 rebounds. She also
had 5 steals. Two Brown sisters had 4 assists and steals each. Olivia
Brown had 10 points with 6 rebounds while her young sister Oceana had 2
points with 2 rebounds and 3 blocks.
Taria Pellicer chipped in 7 points. Hats off to SJCD for wanting the win
more.

Stats:
Oceana Brown: 2 Points, 2 reb, 4 ast, 7 stl, 3 blk
Olivia Brown: 10 Points, 6 reb, 4 ast, 7 stl
Kayla Debrow: 2 Points, 3 reb, 1 ast, 1 stl
Shanna Cooley: 2 Points, 1 stl
Emma Hancock: 1 stl
JaíMyra Harris: 3 reb
Lourdine Jordonne: 14 Points, 10 reb, 1 ast, 5 stl, 1 blk
Taria Pellicer: 7 pts, 4 reb, 1 ast, 1 stl
Keliah Williams: 1 Point, 4 reb, 1 stl

Record 8-3

December 19 at Taylor Pierson
Score: FSDB 42, TP 16

Jolly nice to close out the yeah 2018 with a victory.  Lourdine Jordonne
led the team with 16 points and while Oceana Brown with 810points. Our
defense played better in the second half. In this game, all players played
to their best. Coaches are mighty
proud of our girls and hope to start strong in the new year 2019!

Stats:
Oceana Brown: 10 Points, 5 reb, 2 stl, 2 blk
Olivia Brown: 6 Points, 7 reb, 3 ast, 4 stl, 2 blk
Kayla Debrow: 2 Points, 1 reb, 2 stl
Taylor Burcham: 1 reb
Shanna Cooley: 1 ast
Emma Hancock: 2 reb, 1 ast
JaíMyra Harris: 4 Points, 5 reb, 1 ast, 4 stl
Lourdine Jordonne: 16 Points, 8 reb, 1 ast, 1 stl, 1 blk
Taria Pellicer: 2 reb, 1 ast, 3 stl
Samantha Suarez: 4 reb
Shylah Thomas: 2 Points, 1 reb, 1 stl
Keliah Williams: 2 Points, 2 reb, 2 stl

Record 9-3

After our Winter Break, we will have two away games and one home game.

1/8 at Halifax at 6:30 PM
1/9 vs Oak Hall at 5:00 PM
1/10 at Bishop Snyder at 6:00 PM

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Fremont girls’ basketball

CSD 54
Athenian 23

Overall: 9-2
League 3-0

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Fremont boys’ basketball

CSD 42
Athenian 64

CSD closes the 2018 portion of our season with 4-6 record, 2-1 Bay
Counties League. Our next game is January 4 against Fresno Christian.

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Illinois football

part of newspaper story

Eight teams are committed to playing 8-man football with the I8FA for the
2019 season, with Illinois School for the Deaf in Jacksonville also
playing 8-man football against deaf schools in other states.

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Indiana boys’ basketball

Indiana Math and Science Academy 57, Indiana Deaf 53

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Indiana girls’ basketball

Indpls Shortridge 55, Indiana Deaf 34

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Iowa Girls Basketball

Record now 0-8 after losing to Cedar Bluffs.  We have played the
last 3 games with only 5 players in uniform.  To their credit the girls
play hard the entire game and continue to show improvement.   Next game
January 10th.

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

Beth Haven At Kentucky School for the Deaf

BH- 22 16 15 11-64
KSD- 0 6 5 5-16

KSD (0-7) Collins 4, Haynes 3, Tucker 2, Rhodes 2, Vickery 2, Gilbert 3.

KSD is still winless this season. Two eighth graders started the game.

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Maryland SD Boys’ Basketball – Game #7

Game #7

December 20, 2018

Washington Latin Public Charter @ Maryland School for the Deaf

1    2    3    4  =  Total
WL   -   6     7    8  23  =  44
MSD – 22   13  19  21  =  75

Halftime -  MSD led 35-13

MSD ORIOLES
Eric Long – 6 points, 5 rebounds, 5 assists, 3 steals
Ethan Sheppeck – 6 points
Rory Lewis – 23 points, 6 rebounds
Miguel Pavao – 6 points, 4 rebounds
Jaden Joseph – 8 points, 7 rebounds, 7 assists, 5 steals
Da’Kai Bryant – 1 point
Amaree McKenstry-Hall – 2 points
Enow Otto 17 points, 10 rebounds, 1 block
Jason Werner – 6 points, 5 rebounds, 3 assists

Team Total FG:  32
Team Total 3FG:  6 (Lewis 6)
Team Total FT:  5-10

WASHINGTON LATIN LIONS
N. Tate – 13 points
T. Tate – 3 points
Mikc – 6 points
Jackson – 8 points
D. Steen – 8 points
J. Gordine – 2 points
N. Fisher – 4 points

Team Total FG:  18
Team Total 3FG:  2 (N. Tate 2)
Team Total FT:  6-11

Record: 6-1

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Maryland wrestling

Maryland School for the Deaf @ Washington Latin Public Charter

Maryland School for the Deaf (MSD) 30.0
Washington Latin Public Charter (WLPC) 18.0

132: Crosse Herpin (MSD) over   (WLPC) Forfeited
138: Michael Williams (MSD) Pinned (WLPC) (Fall 1:22)
145: Double Forfeit
152: Jake Bell (WLPC) Pinned Kenny Bissainthe (MSD)
160: Double Forfeit
170: Calvin Johnson (MSD) Pinned Alford-James Mason (WLPC) (Fall 0:21)
182: Justin Waters (WLPC) over (MSD) Forfeited
195: Double Forfeit
220: Bryan Pineda (MSD) Pinned Diego Novelo (WLPC) (Fall 0:49)
285: Double Forfeit
106: Peter Thang (MSD) Pinned Joseph Davies (WLPC) (Fall 0:45)
113: Double Forfeit
120: Cedric Tyson (WLPC) over (MSD) Forfeited
126: Double Forfeit

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Michigan boys’ basketball

The tartars just faced a basketball savvy team. Madison dominated them 61
to 14. MSD is now 0-3.

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Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

Yesterday (12/20/18), we traveled to Crefeld in Philadelphia to challenge
for a rematch against Crefeld. We had a good start but we does not have
defense game against them and they overwhelming us and lost 56-67. Jacob
Cross lead the team with 30 points and 6 rebounds and Hazim Haroun scored
4 points and 15 rebounds and 2 blocks. William Sepulveda 5 points, 5
rebounds, and 2 steals.

Final score 56-67

Record 5-4

The next game will be against Lexington at their home on January 4th,
2019.

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Rochester girls’ basketball

Yesterday was the day that we look forward to on the schedule, the annual
I90 Classic when we match up with St. Mary’s.  We arrived and the team had
the usual pre-game jitters.  As soon as the tip off happened it seemed all
those jitters went away as the Wildcats can out storming!  The wildcats
led
all the way in this one taking a 34-11 lead into halftime.  The offense
was
clicking and shots were falling!  Coach Palmer was able to sub freely and
it was truly a team victory.   Shanya Alvarez, 8th grade, had a breakout
game scoring 8 points and grabbing  14 rebounds.  The team was led by
Courtney Gentzke scoring 11 points and McKenna Girod adding 8 in the
victory.
Final score 49-29 and the wildcats are now 6-1 on the season and are off
for the holidays.  We will return to action on January 8 when we take on
Hope Hall in an away game.

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Rochester boys’ basketball

December 12th 2018

Back to .500 once again

Here’s some stats from Game # 6

Game # 6 vs.Arch Angel

Score: 44-27 won

Led by Thomas 25 points and 12 rebounds and 8 steals, followed by Bode 10
points 4 assists and 2 blocks and Clarence with 16 rebounds.

Player of the game goes to Thomas C.

Record: 3-3

December 11th 2018

Here’s some stats from Game # 5

Game # 5 vs. Hope Hall

Score: 46-50

Led by Thomas with 13 points and 9 rebounds and Bode with 13 points and 8
assists and 5 rebounds/steals/blocks, follow Clarence with 12pt and 10
rebounds (double/double) and Micheal with 9 rebounds.

Player of the game goes to Thomas C.

We had our very first two games 2 days in a row of the basketball season
on
Dec 4th and 5th. Both opponent teams did great job with their defense and
they were able to slow down our offense plays. We didn’t win either
games
but it is a great experience for us as this help us to prepare us for our
first basketball NJ Tip Off tournament at New Jersey School for the Deaf.

Here’s some stats from two previous games:

Game #1 vs. BVM JV

Score: 32-54

Led by Clarence with 11 points with 5 rebounds, followed by Bode with 9
points and 2 assists and Thomas with 8 points and 3 steals!

Player of the game goes to Clarence.

Record: 0-1

Game #2 vs. St John Bosco

Score: 26-61

Led by Thomas with 15 points and followed by Clarence with 10 points and a
total of 7 rebounds!

Player of the game goes to Marcos because he played neat and he didn’t
made
lot of turnover. He did great job with box out to help our players to be
able to do rebounds.

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St.Mary’s Girls Basketball Results

The Lady Bison took hosted The Rochester Wildcats in the second game of
the I-90 Classic this afternoon.  The Wildcats brought their high powered
offense and aggressive play and jumped out to an early lead. The Bisons
tried to keep up with them but couldn’t outmatch their size and speed. The
result was a 49-29 loss for the Lady Bisons.  Cameron Cole lead all
scorers with 18 points.  Emma Foster had 4 steals and 5 points.  Julia
Bronneberg had 4 points and Aleyshka Rivera-Nieves had 2 points.
Our record is… 1 win and 3 losses.
Our next game is January 3rd against Global Charter.  This is a
rescheduled game from December 6th.
Game: St. Marys Deaf vs Rochester/I-90 Classic 29:49

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Tennessee

Girls

Greenback 54 Tennessee 31

2-7

Boys

Greenback 60 Tennessee  28

1-8

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Washington basketball

WSD Girls and Boys Basketball Scores: 12/20/18

Lady Terriers 37 vs. Three Rivers Christian 43 – Double Overtime Game!
WSD – 8-2-10-9-6-2
Record 4-3 (League 0-2)
Ashantay Truong – 12pts
Tessa Williams
Jennifer Tudor – 8pts
Saray Fortunato
Emma McKinney – 11pts
LeAnna Clearbrook – 2pts
Alondra Lopez-Alcaraz
Maya Schaut – 4pts
Juliana Sanchez
Lora Torres
Three Rivers Christian – 5-9-7-8-6-8

Terriers 13 vs. Three Rivers Christian 73
WSD – 5-1-5-2
Record 0-5 (League 0-3)
Ramon Varaja – 2pts
Raymond Singkeo – 6pts
Osvaldo Cruz – 2pts
Jose Ramirez
Jayson Cabaniza
Juan Ramirez
Kevin Diaz
Alexz Schaut – 3pts
Abraham Castro-Reyes
Three Rivers Christian – 28-21-14-10

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Western Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

Cornerstone Prep

CP 82 – WPSD 66

Harclerode – 16 points
DяяAmore – 15 points, 11 rebounds
Keracher – 10 points
Johns – 10 points

Record 5 – 4, League 1 – 3

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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

WPSD 29 – Cornerstone Prep Christian Academy 41

Points
Danielle Fisher – 15
Cheyenne Sloan – 4
Destiny Tanner – 4

Record
3 Won – 5 Lost

YESTERDAY’S RESULTS -

MIDDLE SCHOOL BOYS – lost to East Liverpool Christian, 29-42

LEAGUE RECORD 1-4

OVERALL RECORD 1-7

MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS – lost to East Liverpool Christian, 13-24

LEAGUE RECORD 0-5

OVERALL RECORD 0-7

JV BOYS – did not play

OVERALL RECORD 2-1

BOYS – lost to Cornerstone Prep Christian, 66-82

LEAGUE RECORD: 1-2

OVERALL RECORD: 5-4

GIRLS – lost to Cornerstone Prep, 29-41

LEAGUE RECORD: 0-2

OVERALL RECORD: 3-5

HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO EVERY ONE OF YOU!!!

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random deafsports talk

wrestling used to be fielded by a good number of deaf
schools in the past.

Right now not too many schools field this sport.

Reason may be lack of qualified coaches, lack of available
wrestlers, and students’ avoidance of hard work and of
dieting to make the weight.

Wrestling may look easy but it is very exhausting, and
one has to be in perfect shape.

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Arizona basketball

ASDB girls lost to Immaculate Heart 17-40
ASDB boys won against Immaculate Heart 46-42

boys:
Last night we won against academy of Tucson

AOT 31 vs. Arizona 102

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Indiana basketball

boys
lost 67-55 to International
2-4 record

girls
defeated Arsenal Tech 47-44
8-1 record

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Lexington Girls Basketball

December 19, 2018
Game #7
Lexington at Avenues School

LEX – 5 – 2 – 10 – 7 = 24
AVE -10- 4 – 15 -16= 45

At Halftime: AVE led 14 – 7

Ava Vitucci – 6 pts, 9 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 block, 2 steals
Dorgianny Flores- 6 pts, 4 rebounds, 2 assists, 5 steals
Gigi Zheng – 5 pts, 6 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 block, 3 steals
May Tun- 2 pts, 6 rebounds, 2 assists, 3 blocks, 2 steals

Record: 5 – 2

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Lexington boys basketball result

Lexington School for the Deaf 53
Opportunity Charter School 22

5-2 record

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Marie Philip girls’ basketball

MARIE PHILIP SCHOOL LADY GHOSTS BASKETBALL- DECEMBER 18 & DECEMBER 19 GAME
REPORTS -

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18

Marie Philip School Lady Ghosts traveled to Rhode Island School for the
Deaf for a basketball game.  Our team started off with a lead and never
looked back.  Won the game, 36-16

Stats -

Zora Elliott-Mendelsohn – 4 points, 7 rebounds, 2 steals, 1 assist

Belinda Toledo – 4 points, 6 rebounds, 2 steals, 1 assist

Carleigh Babbit – 4 rebounds, 1 assist

Shayla Rochette – 22 points, 7 rebounds, 6 steals, 1 assist

Rita Child – 1 rebound

Zarita Toledo – 1 rebound

Samantha Fernsebner – 4 points, 3 rebounds, 2 steals

Anya Sukhovtsev – 1 steal

Naralee Perez – 2 points, 1 rebound

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19

The Lady Ghosts hosted Commonwealth School for the last game of 2018
season.  We build our lead and held on with the lead for the rest of the
game. We also got to see more of our young players playing in this game.
Won the game, 33-15.

Stats -

Laine Elliott-Mendelsohn – 1 rebound, 1 assist

Zora Elliott-Mendelsohn – 9 points, 4 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 steal

Belinda Toledo – 12 points, 7 rebounds, 6 steals

Carleigh Babbit – 2 points, 3 rebounds, 1 assist

Shayla Rochette – 6 points, 7 rebounds, 3 assists, 5 steals

Zarita Toledo – 2 points, 1 steal

Rita Child – 2 points, 1 rebound

Chloe Martin – 3 rebounds, 1 steal

Samantha Fernsebner – 4 rebounds

Naralee Perez – 1 rebound

Amabelys Cordero – 10 rebounds

Next Games – Friday, December 21 vs. Alumni and Friday, January 4 vs.
Waldorf School of Boston

Record: 7-3

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Mississippi School for the Deaf

Varsity Girls Basketball

MSD 40

Pisgah 43

Raegan Hendrix 17 points 13 Off. Reb 8 Def. Reb 3 Blk  3 Stl

Alexis Roberts 15 points 13 Def Reb. 11 Off Reb.  2 Blk  2 Stl 1 Assist

Nilah O’rey 8 points  3 Stl 2 Assist

Record 7- 6

Next Game 1/8/19 Piney Wood @ MSD

Happy Holiday & Happy New Years!

Mississippi
MSD Boys 58
Pisgah 70

Record 5-8

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Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Wednesday, December 19, 2018 at 6:00 PM

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 36

Washington Waldorf: 43

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Wednesday, December 19, 2018 at 4:30 PM

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 34

Washington Waldorf: 18

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New Jersey

Girls Basketball

December 18th

@ NJ UCA. 36

NJSD 39

The Lady Colts traveled to NJ United Christian Academy in Cream Ridge, NJ
for their 6th game of the season. They were behind 30-20 at half time. The
caught up within 3 points at the end of the third. The fourth was a tough
battle when UCA went box and one on De’Avian Watson. The girls fought
back
and De’Avian put in a 3 pointer to put the Lady Colts ahead. A great win
for the entire team. De’Avian lead the team with 17 points 15 rebounds,
1
assist, 2 blocks and an unbelievable 12 steals.  This is De’Avian’s
4th
double double of the season. Alexis Holland was right behind with 16
points, 8 rebounds, 1 block and 6 steals. Naiajah Wilson had a great game,
her best of the year, with 6 points, 7 rebounds, 4 assists, 3 blocks and 2
steals.

The next game is at Delaware on January 3rd.
Season record: 3-3

Boys Basketball

@NJ UCA. 55

NJSD. 38

Nasir Gurganus lead the Colts with 20 points, 11 rebounds (his 4th double
double of the season), 1 assist, 3 steals. Christian Ayers added 12
points.
The Colts defense just could not stop the UCA offense.

Season record: 2-3

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Phoenix Basketball

Girls
Rancho Solano 37, Phoenix 15
Record: 5-8

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Rhode Island basketball

RISD Boys Basketball

The RISD Roosters played host to Marie Philip School, a familiar foe as we
played them three weeks ago at the New England Tipoff Basketball
Tournament. Our boys were ready and play hard with goals to focus on
improving specific areas of weakness. MPS took a lead from the start and
freely substituted but our boys made them earn their points. MPS led 20-15
at the half, which was very encouraging for our team.

In the second half, MPS ramped up their defensive press, causing us to
commit turnovers and we gave away a lot of easy baskets. MPS would
outscore
us by 20 points in the second half to pull away with the 47-22 victory.
Jayden E. led the Roosters with 18 points, 6 rebounds and 3 steals.
Timothy
J. had a busy game starting the press break and half court offense, which
he did very well and added 4 points and 5 rebounds.

MPS -  20   27  – 47
RISD – 15    7   – 22

*RISD Boys Basketball Record:* 3-4
*Next Game:* Thursday, December 20 @ Horace Mann School for the Deaf (2:30
P.M.)

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RISD Girls Basketball

After 7 games on the road, our Lady Roosters finally hosted their first
home game of the season against Marie Philip School in our final game
before the Holidays break. MPS defeated us at the New England Basketball
Tip-Off Tournament on the first weekend of December, so we were looking to
improve up on our performance.

MPS jumped out to an early 22-6 halftime lead, but our Lady Roosters kept
on fighting despite the score as we started to control our ball and
offensive possessions better in the second half, and lost the game 36-16.
Our girls showed improvements in some areas, but also a lot of areas for
improvement in other areas, which we will continue to work on in January
after the break. Melissa E led our team with 6 points and 13 rebounds
while
Ellie L. and Yasmin S. added 12 and 10 rebounds respectively.

MPS -  22   14  – 36
RISD -  6    10  – 16

*RISD Girls Basketball Record*: 4-4
*Next Game*: Tuesday, January 8th vs. Paul Cuffee School (4 P.M.)

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Rochester girls

The girls played host to Destiny Christian yesterday in the crosstown
matchup.  We were clicking on all cylinders except one yesterday, the
ability to finish!  The wildcats executed play after play and several
times
came up empty on a missed shot.  Despite our poor shooting we were able to
take a 28-13 lead into halftime.  We continued to execute our offense and
get great shots.  As the second half wore on we continued to lead going
into the 4th, 37-24.  This is where things got interesting!  Everything
Destiny threw up went in and the wildcats went cold again.  We struggled
down the stretch but prevailed winning 49-46.
We travel to St. Mary’s tomorrow for the I90 Classic!

Record 5-1

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St Mary’s boys basketball

The Bisons went up against Central Baptist Tuesday night in a very
competitive game. The Bisons found themselves in a deficit early, but
battled back and kept the game close the rest of way. Unfortunately the
Bisons were unable to overcome that deficit and ended up falling short to
Central Baptist. The team never gave up and continued to work hard and
hustle throughout the whole game. On January 8th, the team travels to
Central Baptist and will look for a different final outcome. Isa Habeeb
led the Bisons with 21 points, Adnan Abdi had 8 points, Ryan Brzezinski
had 7 points and Michael Norris, Kassim Kassim and Givon Blackwell all
tacked in 4 points for the Bisons. The Bisons took care of the ball and
minimized their turnovers Tuesday night and only had 11. The teams next
game is Thursday December 20th in the I-90 Classic at home against
Rochester at 5pm.

Game: SMSD vs Central Baptist 48:52

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Wisconsin basketball

WSD girls won 59-35 over Union Grove Christian

WSD 28  31   =59
UG    13  22   =35

Record 4-5

Boys lost to Union Grove 41-62

WSD   13  28  =41
UG      31  31  =62

Record 2-7

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more newspapers are setting up paywalls, meaning
one has to register and to pay in order to read.

DeafDigest Sports editor refuses to register and
pay because he will never know if the article is
good or not good to be reprinted in DeafDigest Sports.

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– Gallaudet basketball honor

– basketball updates

– random deafsports thoughts

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 12/19/18)
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Gallaudet women’s basketball

Hudson named NEAC Women’s Basketball Student-Athlete of the Week

GANSEVOORT, N.Y. – The North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) announced
its conference student-athlete of the week awards for the week of Dec. 17
and Gallaudet University junior Kendall Hudson (Blissfield, Mich.) was
selected as the NEAC Women’s Basketball Student-Athlete of the Week.

Hudson averaged 17 points and seven rebounds in two games last week. She
recorded 11 points and five rebounds in a loss against Catholic University
of America on Dec. 15 before closing out the weekend with 23 points and
nine rebounds at Marymount (Va.) University last Sunday. Hudson had 34
points, 14 rebounds, two assists, three steals and two blocks for the
week.

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Alabama Basketball

Alabama

Atlanta Area 38  Lady Warriors 31
Ragland 49  Lady Warriors 19

Season record: 4 – 10

Silent Warriors 55  Atlanta Area 30
Ragland 71  Silent Warriors 51

Season record: 9 – 5

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American basketball

Tough night on the basketball court for the Tigers. ASD Girls lost by a
score of 47-2 against a very solid Cornerstone Christian School.
Cornerstone was sound on defense and was able to pick apart the Tigers
throughout the game as the Tigers had no energy. Jatara Page had 2 points
and 4 steals but was forcing it at times leading to 10 turnovers. Kim
Vasquez and Tearah Rogers combined for 15 rebounds. Tigers drop to 3-5 on
the season. Will have their last game before the winter break on Thursday
at ASD.

Varsity Boys battled Cornerstone Christian in the nightcap but were unable
to keep up with the size and speed falling 56-35. Cornerstone raced out to
a 9-0 lead early but the Tigers were able to close the gap by halftime and
kept it close as it was 19-25 at the half. Cornerstone came out in the 3rd
period and blew the doors off the Tiger defense using their superior size
outscoring ASD 24-8 in the period and then coasted through the fourth
period. Juan Castro came off the bench to lead the team with 13 points, 2
rebounds, 1 assist. Jey Cruz Cotto scored 9 points, 4 rebounds and 5
steals. Dylan Mallach chipped in 7 points and Dennis Atkinson took down 10
rebounds. Joshua Robinson posted 5 blocks. Boys are now 3-5 on the season
and will play on Thursday at HHNE for one more game before the break.

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Arkansas basketball

Girls

ASD – 29
VCS – 38

Girls 1 – 11

Boys

ASD – 57
VCS – 50

Boys 3 – 9

We are done until next year. Happy Holidays!!!

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Delaware basketball

DSD had their first home game tonight.

Final scores:
Girls:
DSD 14-PSD 35
Record: 1-3

Boys:
DSD 16-PSD 50
Record: 0-4

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Georgia basketball

GEORGIA VS ATLANTA AREA SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF(AASD)

JV BOYS
GSD – 28, LANG – 15, CLAY – 12, REAL – 1
AASD – 30
RECORD: 1-4-0

VARSITY BOYS
GSD – 53, BROWN – 37, JOHNSON – 8, WILLOUGHBY – 5, DAGGETT – 1
AASD – 82
RECORD 2-9-0

NEXT GAME 1/9/19 AT AASD

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Indiana boys’ basketball

Defeated Union (Modoc) 63-42

2-3 record

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

Game Report- December 18th, 2018. Danville Christian Academy At Kentucky
School for the Deaf

DCA- 10 13 19 13- 55
KSD- 0 0 12 6- 18

KSD (0-7)Ward 7, Collins 9, Haynes 2.

KSD is still winless this season. Two eighth graders started the game.

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Lexington Girls Basketball

December 18, 2018
Game #6

Lexington at Opportunity Charter

LEX – 9 – 12 – 8 – 10 = 39
OC  – 0 -   2 -17-   8 = 27

At Halftime: LEX led 21-2

May Tun: 14 pts, 10 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 block
Gigi Zheng: 11 pts, 8 rebounds, 4 assists, 2 blocks 5 steals
Heidy De La Rosa: 6 pts, 1 rebound, 1 steal
Ava Vitucci: 5 pts, 4 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 block, 1 steal
Dorgianny Flores: 2pts, 8 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 block, 5 steals

Record: 5-1

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Minnesota basketball

stories limited to just these headers:

MSAD boys basketball at Lakes Int’l Language Academy
Second-half stops were tough to come by Monday for Minnesota State Academy
for the Deaf. On the road at Lakes International L…

MSAD girls basketball falls at Nova Classical Academy in final game of
2018
In its final game of the calendar year, the Minnesota State Academy for
the Deaf girls basketball team fell 35-21 on Tuesday evening at Nova
Classical Academy in St. Paul. The Trojans (2-5) were led b…

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Pennsylvania basketball

girls:
On 12/18 the Lady Panthers traveled to Delaware School for the Deaf. All
of the players got playing time and all stayed out of foul trouble! The
girls walked away with another win! In the win, Maysan had another double
double with 14 points and 13 rebounds. She also had 5 blocked shots. Gia
contributed 7 points and had 8 steals, Natalya had 8 points and 13
rebounds, and Trinity had 6 points and 8 rebounds.

Final 35-14

Record: 7-1

When you see your Lady Panthers, congratulate them on another win!

boys:
12/18, we visited Delaware School for the Deaf to play against them. We
were ready to play with hard defense and able to pulled away another
victory!! Jacob Cross lead the team with 14 points and 7 steals while
Aquil
Roane helped with 10 points, 7 rebounds and 5 steals. Anel Petion came off
from bench 2 points, 9 rebounds, and 6 steals.

Final Score 50-16.

Record: 5-3.

Next away game at Crefeld High School on 12/20.

Please show the boys the PSD Panthers Pride!! We are proud of them!

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Phoenix Basketball

Girls
Phoenix 32, North Valley Christian 16
Record: 5-7

Boys
North Valley Christian 87, Phoenix 43
Record: 1-9

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South Carolina girls’ basketball

SCSDB- 19
Ware Shoals- 42

Next game is at Calhoun Falls Charter School on January 8th.

Record 1-5

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St. Mary’s Girls Basketball Results

The Lady Bisons hosted Central Baptist this evening.  Central Baptist used
their size and hustle to out play the Bisons for most of the game. The
Lady Bisons struggled shooting from the floor. The Lady Bisons stepped it
up in the 4th quarter but it was unfortunately too late of a run to
overcome the deficit.  Cami Cole finished with 14 points and 9 rebounds.
Julia Bronneberg, Briona Zuppa and Aleyshka Rivera-Nieves each had 2
points.  Elise Watson and Emma Foster each had a point.

Our record is 1 win and 2 losses.  Our next game is Thursday, December
20th.  St. Mary’s hosts the I-90 Classic against Rochester.

Game: St. Marys Deaf vs Central Baptist 22:36

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Washington basketball

WSD Girls and Boys Basketball Scores: 12/18/18

Lady Terriers 40 vs. Battle Ground C Team 23
WSD – 10-10-14-6
Record 4-2 (League 0-1)
Ashantay Truong – 16pts
Tessa Williams
Jennifer Tudor – 6pts
Saray Fortunato
Emma McKinney – 9pts
LeAnna Clearbrook – 3pts
Alondra Lopez-Alcaraz
Maya Schaut – 6pts
Juliana Sanchez
Lora Torres
BG – 4-9-6-4

Terriers 16 @ Firm Foundation 69
WSD – 0-0-0-0
Record 0-4 (League 0-2)
Ramon Varaja
Raymond Singkeo
Osvaldo Cruz
Jose Ramirez
Jayson Cabaniza
Juan Ramirez
Kevin Diaz
Alexz Schaut
Abraham Castro-Reyes
Firm Foundation – 0-0-0-0

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Western Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

First Baptist

FB 60 – WPSD 72

DяяAmore – 23 points, 9 assists
Johns – 16 points
Keracher – 15 points, 10 assists
Elliott – 12 points

Record 5 – 3, League 1 – 3

YESTERDAY’S RESULTS -

MIDDLE SCHOOL BOYS – did not play

LEAGUE RECORD 1-2

OVERALL RECORD 1-5

MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS – did not play

LEAGUE RECORD 0-3

OVERALL RECORD 0-5

JV BOYS – beat First Baptist Christian, 27-12

OVERALL RECORD 2-1

BOYS – beat First Baptist Christian, 72-60

LEAGUE RECORD: 1-2

OVERALL RECORD: 5-3

GIRLS – did not play

LEAGUE RECORD: 0-2

OVERALL RECORD: 3-4

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A DeafDigest Sports subscriber from Canada wanted to know
which deaf schools in Canada had football teams and also
were there deaf vs deaf games and the scores?

Sorry.

The information DeafDigest Sports editor has only
consists of deaf football in USA.

DeafDigest Sports editor vividly recalls Bill Gregory,
who quarterbacked one of the deaf school teams in Ontario.
He enrolled at Gallaudet and played football for three
seasons; quarterbacking the team one season and playing
other positions two other seasons. That was during late
sixties/early seventies.

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Gallaudet basketball

Gallaudet drops Mauro Panaggio Invitational consolation game to Nazareth

Gallaudet (1-10) was paced by junior center Steve Valencia-Biskupiak
(Riverside, Calif.), who scored a season-best 22 points as he made 10 of
15 shots from the field, including one 3-pointer. He added seven rebounds,
two blocks, two steals and one assist. For his efforts he was named to the
all-tournament team.

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American basketball

ASD traveled to face Central Christian Academy.

Girls Varsity kicked things off facing a very well coached and tough CCA
girls squad. Tigers has just five players today due to player conflicts in
schedule. CCA raced out to an early lead and never looked back winning by
a score of 52-20. Jatara Page led the team with 14 points, 8 steals and 5
rebounds and Olivia Casella chipped in 4 points, 6 rebounds and 4 steals.
Girls are now 3-4 on the season

Boys varsity followed against a young CCA team in what was a defensive
affair from both sides as teams struggled offensively to get the ball in
the basket. ASD was down 9-4 after the first quarter and was never able to
fully close the gap falling 36-42 as the team struggled to rebound in the
fourth period. The Tigers collectively shot 35 from the floor and made
just 7/16 free throws.
Dylan Mallach led the team with 10 points, 7 rebounds, 6 steals. Joshua
Robinson added 6 points and 5 rebounds. Jey Cruz-Cotto and Dennis Atkinson
chipped in 7 points each.
Boys are now 3-4 on the season

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Eastern North Carolina boys’ basketball

ENCSD boys won vs haliwa Tribal  72-68

encsd boys records 5-5.

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Fremont boys’ basketball

3rd Annual CSD Classic

Dec 13
First Round
Ferndale 46
CSD 43

Dec 14
Consolation Bracket Second Round
Madison Park Academy 65
CSD 40

Dec 15
7th/8th Matchup
Impact Academy of Arts & Technology 34
CSD 74

CSD is now 4-5  (2-1 BCL) entering the last game of 2018 against Athenian
this Wednesday, Dec 19

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Georgia boys’ basketball

GEORGIA VARSITY BOYS VS MORRIS INNOVATIVE HIGH SCHOOL(MI)

GSD – 61, BROWN – 46, JOHNSON – 9, GREEN – 6
MI – 58

RECORD: 2/8/0

NEXT GAME VS ATLANTA AREA SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF 12/18/18

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Kansas boys’ basketball

On Thurday, December 13 at 7:00 PM, Kansas School for the Deaf played
against Ozanam School for the Great Plains Athletics Conference (GPAC).
The KSD Boys beat Ozanam, 57 to 29. They ended their losing streak (three
straight games)!! The coaches were thrilled that the boys had such a great
victory for their last game in 2018.  Presently, KSD has 5 wins and 4
losses.

The KSD Boys basketball team will face a big challenge as they compete in
the Sunflower Classic at the Kansas School for the Deaf Gymnasium on
Friday, January 11 and Saturday, January 12. The key is to get a good
seeding for GPSD.

Sunflower Classic:

*Friday, January 11*

*Saturday, January 12*

3:00 PM – Iowa vs Kansas (Girls)

4:30 PM – Iowa vs Kansas (Boys)

6:30 PM – Missouri vs Illinois (Boys)

8:00 AM   –  Missouri vs Iowa (Boys)

9:30 AM   –  Illinois vs Kansas (Boys)

11:00 AM –  Illinois vs Iowa (Girls)

3:30 PM   –  Iowa vs Kansas (Boys)

6:00 PM   –  Illinois vs Kansas (Girls)

7:30 PM   – Missouri vs Kansas (Boys)

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Michigan boys’ basketball

The Tartars had a good start even with the shortage players. Valley
handled
and tired the boys to the finish. MSD lost 30 to 44. Colin handled to make
another 10 points. Jake rebounded 6 times.

0-2 record

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Michigan girls’ basketball

Michigan School for the Deaf hosted to Valley last night basketball game
and we lost 10-26. Our player, Addison Blair, Senior Guard led with 10
points while Valley, their player, Beth Frank led with 16 points. Our next
game will be this Thursday which we will host Madison.

1Q .   2Q .   3Q .  4Q .   F
Valley .  6 .     12 .     4 .    4 .     26
MSD .   0 .      4 .       3 .   3 .     10

First game of season, 0-1 record

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Missouri School for the Deaf traveled Yeshivat Kadimah H.S.

December 17, 2018

Missouri school for the Deaf            20      14       15       8  = 57
Yeshivat Kadimah H.S.                         2      12       8         8
= 30

MSD boys

Jayden Riordan    -      17 points, 10 rebounds and 4 steals
Mikal Meriwether   -   14 points, 11 rebounds and 2 steals
Damar Washington -   10  points and 12 rebounds
Hezeki Smott       -          9 points, 6 rebounds and 5 assists
Conner Luper     -            5 points and 8 rebounds
Marques Ray       -           2 points

Record 3- 0

Yeshivat Kadimah

YaaHor   13 points

Head coach -Kenneth Hartman

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New York (Fanwood) basketball

Boys:

12/11

New York School for the Deaf (NYSD) steamrolled Delaware School for the
Deaf 58-27. Christian Gonzalez scored 23 points. Jaykuss Figueroa finished
with 21 points and 11 rebounds. Chris Marin-Palafox did a great job on
defense as he pulled down 9 rebounds and made 3 steals.

DSD      0 – 15 – 4 – 8 = 27

NYSD 30 – 0 – 21 – 7 = 58

Record 2-5

12/13

New York School for the Deaf (NYSD) led by 5 points in the halftime but
could not provide much offense in the second half. Penn School for the
Deaf
(PSD) came back with a string of three-pointers in the third quarter to
beat NYSD 46-33. Thomas Kiani had 5 points and grabbed 5 rebounds while
Christian Gonzalez scored 16 points.

PSD   6 – 12 – 16 – 12 = 46
NYSD 16 – 9 – 5 – 3 = 33

Record: 2-6

Girls:

12/11
The Lady Golden Tornadoes lost a heartbreaking game to Delaware School for
the Deaf (DSD) 23-26. They started out the game outscoring DSD in the
first
quarter. As the game continued both teams went basket for basket. In the
end, DSD pulled out with the win by 3 points.

Game Highlights:
Silmara Campos 13 points, 3 rebounds, 4 steals
Kiara 6 points, 2 assists, 3 rebounds, 1 steal

DSD   4 – 6 – 8 – 8 = 26
NYSD 6 – 4 – 4 – 9 = 23

Record: 2-5

12/13
The Lady Golden Tornadoes lost to Pennsylvania School for the Deaf (PSD)
25-37.  At halftime, the Lady Golden Tornadoes were winning 20-14.
However,
they could not hold the lead and was outscored by PSD in the second half
of
the game. The girls battled hard and played the game without any members
of
the team fouling out. Our next game is on Wednesday, December 20th against
Montfort Academy at 4:30 pm. Come and support!

Game Highlights:
Silmara Campos 14 points 3 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals
Britney Pon 8 points, 8 rebounds, 1 assist

PSD   2 – 12 – 9 – 14 = 37
NYSD 11 – 9 – 2 – 3 = 25

Record: 2-6

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North Carolina boys’ basketball

Dec 12 at SCSDB-cancelled due to snow

Dec 17 home
Haywood Christian          25   16   15   24-80
NCSD                                     11     6   13   13-43

Team record 0-4

Next game is at The Way on Jan 3

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OSD Deaf Girls Basketball at Northside Christian
12/17/18

OSD Deaf  Girls 2-6-2-8-18
Northside Christian 8-5-6-9-28
Record:  4-4

OSD Deaf Boys  15-12-12-19-58
Northside Christian JV 6-18-18-2-44

Record: 7-3

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Oregon basketball

Girls’

Dec.11: at OSD 19   Perrydale 54

Dec. 13: OSD 24   at Jewell 25

League Record 0-4
Overall Record 1-4

Boys’

Dec.11: at OSD 43   Perrydale 44  (3 pts. at buzzer by Pirates!)

Dec. 13: OSD 90   at Jewell 34

League Record 2-2
Overall Record 3-2

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Texas

High School Varsity Basketball

Girls Basketball
Mississippi School for the Deaf at Texas School for the Deaf

1    2    3    4 = Total
MSD     7    1    9    3 =   20
TSD    19    5    5    5 =   34

MSD
K. Hendrix – 8 points
A. Roberts – 9 points
N. O’Rey– 3 points

TSD
A. Etkie – 12 points
L. Sicoli – 4 points
S. Schmidjorg – 6 points
K. Ketchum– 4 points
J. Coons – 4 points
M. Kelley – 4 point

Boys Basketball
Mississippi School for the Deaf at Texas School for the Deaf

1    2    3    4  = Total
MSD     9  13   12  12 =   46
TSD    13  12  10   15 =   50

MSD
K. Meeks – 15 points
M. Campbell – 22 points
F. Nelson – 2 points
D. Meeks – 3 points
A. Jones – 4 points

TSD
R. Stewart – 4 points
J. Hazelett – 12 points
Z. Nathanson – 8 points
J. Johnson – 14 points
C. Sexton-Ruiz – 2 points
J. Scarboro – 10 point

Texas girls 16-0
Texas boys 5-4

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West Virginia boys’ basketball

WVSD buys basketball lost a tough game to Lighthouse Christian Academy by
the score of 53-42.

Jacob Hundley – 18 points
Zack Stump – 14 points
Jeffrey Simpson – 8 points
Jacob Buchanan – 2 points

Record 0-3

Next game is Wednesday December 19 at Hancock HS.

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random deafsports talk

another varsity sport that DeafDigest Sports overlooked.

Power lifting by Louisiana School for the Deaf.

But will the school continue with it since their
head coach Darren Gremillion has retired.

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DeafDigest Sports – December 17, 2018

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– basketball updates

– random deafsports thoughts

– Gallaudet basketball upates

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 12/17/18)
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Gallaudet basketball

men
Bison stumble against The College at Brockport in Florida

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Gallaudet University’s men’s basketball team flew
south to Florida over the weekend to partake in the Mauro Panaggio
Tournament. The Bison went up against The College at Brockport and lost
100-63 here Sunday afternoon.

Gallaudet (1-9) will face Nazareth College, who lost to Washington and Lee
University 94-68 in the other Sunday game.

The Bison were led by freshman guard Corey Smith (Miami, Fla.) with 19
points in his return trip to his home state. Juniors Noah Valencia
(Riverside, Calif.) and Steve Valencia-Biskupiak (Riverside, Calif.) added
12 points each. Senior Jamal Garner (Jacksonville, Ill.) ripped down a
game-high 15 rebounds.

women
Gallaudet falls to Marymount on the road to close out semester

ARLINGTON, Va. – The Gallaudet University women’s basketball team closed
out the fall semester here Sunday with a 77-60 non-conference loss to
Marymount (Va.) University.

Gallaudet (5-6) found itself in a high-scoring first half where Marymount
(8-3) led 49-34 at halftime. The two teams then combined to score only 54
points in the second half.

The Saints broke open a 19-12 lead, after the first quarter, with a
30-point second quarter. GU hung tough and netted 22 points as senior
guard Sabina Shysh (Tucson, Ariz.) scored eight of her 15 points in the
game.

Junior guard Kendall Hudson (Blissfield, Mich.) finished the game with 23
points, nine rebounds, two assists and two steals. Senior guard/forward
Hannah Neild (Litchfield, N.H.) had an off day as she tallied 10 points,
10 rebounds, five assists, two blocks and one steal.

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Mississippi School for the Deaf

Varsity Girls Basketball

MSD 20

Texas School f/t Deaf 34

Alexis Roberts 9 points 2 Def Reb. 4 Off Reb. 2 Stl

Raegan Hendrix 8 points 9 Off. Reb 10 Def. Reb 2 Blk 4 Stl

Record 7- 5

Next Game 12/18 Pisgah at MSD

Mississippi
MSD Boys 46
Texas School f/t Deaf 50

Record 5-7

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New Jersey Basketball Results

*Boys Team*

NJSD Tip Off First Round

December 7th

@ NJSD. 64

Delaware. 27

Nasir Gurganus lead the Colts with 28 points, 7 rebounds, 1 assist, 7
steals. Chris Brown and Christian Ayers each added 10 points. Marco
Espinoza had 8 points, 5 rebounds, 3 assist, 1 block and 6 steals.

NJSD Tip Off Championship Game

December 8th

@ NJSD.  53

Rochester  67

At the end of the first quarter the Colts were ahead by a point. Their
starting guard, Marco Espinoza went down with a badly ankle injury. He was
taken to the hospital. The Colts were down to only 6 players now and only
scored 8 points in the second quarter without Marco. They played a decent
second half but could not make up the difference. The Colts sophomore
Nasir
Gurganus lead both teams with 32 points, 17 rebounds, 10 assists and 3
steals. His first triple double. Chris Brown had a double double himself
with 12 points, 10 rebounds, 1 assist, 4 blocks and 1 steal.  Nasir
Guganus
and Marco Espinoza both were named to the All-Tournament Team.

December 12th

@NJSD. 32
Wilburforce. 58

The Colts are still struggling without their leading guard, Marco. Chris
Brown lead the Colts with another double double 18 points, 14 rebounds, 3
blocks and 1 steal. Nasir Gurganus added his own double double with 10
points, 15 rebounds, 1 assist, 4 blocks.

Season Record: 2 – 3

Next game at NJ United Christian Academy on December 18th

*Girls Team*

December 7th

NJSD Tip Off First Round

@NJSD 31

Delaware. 12

Alexis Holland lead the Lady Colts with 21 points, 8 rebounds, 1 block and
6 steals. Lanasia Ware and De’Avian Watson each chipped in 4 points.
De’Avian also had 7 steals.

Tip Off Championship Game
December 8th

@ NJSD 21

Rochester. 21

Alexis Holland again lead the Lady Colts with 11 points, 6 rebounds and 2
steals. De’Avian Watson added 8 points, 9 rebounds, 4 blocks and 5
steals.
Alexis Holland and Sinmiloluwa Folaranmi were named to the All-Tournament
Team.

December 12th

@ NJSD. 17

Wilburforce. 37

Only two girls were able to get through Wilburforce’s great defense to
score. Alexis Holland had 10 points, 8 rebounds, 1 block and 6 steals.
De’Avian Watson added 7 points, 6 rebounds, 3 blocks and 5 steals.

Season Record: 2-3

Next game at NJ United Christian Academy on December 18th

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random deafsports talk

Yesterday’s DeafDigest Sports mentioned sports such
as rugby, indoor track and archery that just one deaf
school in USA may field.

There is another sport – golf.

Oklahoma SD has had a golf team for the past five
years.

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DeafDigest Sports – December 16, 2018

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Hot DeafSports News at:
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– basketball updates

– winning lay up with 1/2 seconds remaining

– wrestling updates

– random deafsports thoughts

– Gallaudet women’s basketball

– indoor track, a new sport at a deaf school

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 12/16/18)
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Gallaudet women’s basketball

Bison clipped by Cardinals, 76-64

WASHINGTON – Gallaudet University chased The Catholic University of
America up and down Padden Court here Saturday in the Field House before
the Bison fell 76-64 in a non-conference women’s basketball contest.

Gallaudet (5-5) led early in the first quarter but had to play from behind
for the remainder of the contest. Catholic (5-4) led 21-14 after the first
quarter and took a 41-26 lead into halftime. The Cardinals led by as much
as 25 points in the third quarter before the Bison cut the margin to 10
points, twice, in the final minutes of the fourth.

Three different Bison reached double figures led by senior guard Sabina
Shysh (Tucson, Ariz.), who scored 22 points, grabbed five rebounds and
passed out three assists. Fellow senior guard/forward Hannah Neild
(Litchfield, N.H.) added 18 points, nine rebounds, three assists and
junior guard Kendall Hudson (Blissfield, Mich.) chipped in 11 points.

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Fremont basketball

The 3rd Annual CSD Classic has ended with San Francisco Waldorf Boys and
CSD Girls bringing back-to-back title home!  This tournament was set up to
give small schools in Division 5 and 6 a platform to compete with each
other and this is quickly becoming one of the most desirable tournament to
be at.  This is the first year with a full 8-team bracket on both Boys and
Girls side and this is the first year with two out of area teams staying
at a hotel.

I wanted to congratulate you all for playing hard, bringing your
intensity, and showing excellent sportsmanship.  Thank you for keeping CSD
Classic going and we will be back on the same week next year.  Here are
the results and best of luck to you all for the rest of your season!

Girls Results
1)  CSD
2) Ferndale
3) South Fork
4) Emery
5) San Francisco Waldorf
6) Overfelt
7) Impact Academy
8) Averroes

Boys Results
1) San Francisco Waldorf
2) South Fork
3) Emery
4) Ferndale
5) Madison Park
6) Averroes
7) CSD
8) Impact Academy

Girls All Tournament
#15 Awa Mar, SO – Averroes
#25 Nia Munson, JR – Impact Academy
#32 Ayanna Williams, SO – San Francisco Waldorf
#30 Rojanae Traylor, SR – Emery
#10 Kylie Messenger, SR – South Fork
#11 Kaylei Valk, SO – South Fork
#32 Bryleigh Busick, SR – Ferndale
#13 Kyersten Borges, SR – Ferndale
#0 Jada Dawson, SR – CSD
#3 Esther Biser, JR – CSD
MVP: #5 Malia Zornoza, SR – CSD

Boys All Tournament
#30 Armann Dhaliwal, FR – Impact Academy
#20 Miles Gonzalez, JR – CSD
#4 Hazem Charback, SR – Averroes
#21 Jerrell Teague, SR – Madison Park
#10 Kyler Becksted, SR – Ferndale
#11 Anthony Weathers, JR – Emery
#32 Riley Gallagher, SO – South Fork
#33 CJ Van Metter, SR – South Fork
#10 Calder Appel, JR – San Francisco Waldorf
#14 Simon Molesworth, JR – San Francisco Waldorf
MVP: #11 Jobim Hainwright, SO – San Francisco Waldorf

CSD Girls 67 over South Fork 47
this past Thursday

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Maryland indoor track

Mercersburg Season Opener – Track & Field Meet

Results from Mercersburg Academy Season Opener (Indoor track and field)

MSD started their first ever varsity indoor track team in our
school history.

MSD brought 9 athletes to compete in Mercersburg yesterday.
Rajena Guettler competed in four events and finished first in 400m,
third in 200m, second in 4×200 relay and third in 4×400 relay

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Maryland wrestling

Mercersburg Classic Duals

MSD 18
Sidwell 30

MSD 21
Randolph Macon Academy 60

MSD 25
Solebury School 24

MSD 24
Germantown Friends School 36

MSD 6
St Albany’s School 60

106- Peter Thang 4-0
113- Peter Thang 0-1
138- Michael Williams 2-3
160- Calvin Johnson 2-3
182- Tylique Gross 3-2
220- Bryan Pineda 5-0

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Phoenix Basketball
At Roadrunner Classic, NMSD

Girls
New Mexico 38, Phoenix 24
Phoenix 30, Arizona 14
Phoenix 23, Colorado 20
Phoenix 19, New Mexico 14 (championship)
Record: 4-7

Boys
New Mexico 70, Phoenix 27
Arizona 61, Phoenix 31
Colorado 46, Phoenix 34
Record: 1-8

For the boys championship, New Mexico defeated Arizona,
41-40, on a layup with an half second remaining.

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random deafsports thoughts

How many schools have sports that other deaf schools do
not have?

Example:
Model fields a rugby team
Maryland fields an indoor track team
NYC 47 School has an archery team

what about lacrosse, golf, tennis?

Who knows some day – what if a school has so many immigrants,
then a cricket team may be a possibility?

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DeafDigest Sports – December 15, 2018

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– Gallaudet athletics on-line store

– basketball updates

– random deafsports thoughts

– honor at a national championship football game

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 12/15/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Gallaudet Athletics Department launches online store

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University Athletics Department announced
Friday the opening of its online store, GallaudetBisonShop.com.

In a partnership between the Athletics Department and Advanced-Online,
GallaudetBisonShop.com is your source for all Gallaudet Bison
athletic-related apparel and goods.

“We are thrilled to launch our new online store and thank Advanced-Online
for working with Gallaudet Athletics to get this up and running,” said
Gallaudet Athletic Director Victor Mansure. “This is something our alumni,
parents, fans, and supporters have been asking for and now they will have
the ability to make quick and secure purchases from the comfort of their
home, office or on the go through their mobile device.”

GallaudetBisonShop.com features more than 2,000 items for sale including
apparel as well as fashion, tailgate products, home and office accessories
and novelties. There is apparel done in American Sign Language, LGBTQ+
pride products and a special “Huddle Up” football huddle products. The
store will also feature regular promotions throughout the year and around
special events. Follow @GallaudetBison on social media (Facebook, Twitter,
Instagram) to be the first to know of these specials. A percentage of the
proceeds go directly back to help support the Athletics Department.

GallaudetBisonShop.com is operated by Advanced-Online, a Texas based
company owned by Follett Corporation. Advanced-Online is a unique provider
of online merchandise stores for the collegiate and corporate market. With
over 400 clients across collegiate sports, Advanced-Online specializes in
providing technology for online stores and also has an on-demand and
in-house production model that allows for orders to be placed, produced
and shipped within 24 hours.

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national championship football game

announcement from Fremont:

CSD in College Football National Championship Game!

CSD is in the media once again!

I am proud to announce that our Senior Cheerleader Samantha Medina-Vazquez
will be doing the honors of signing the National Anthem at the College
Football National Championship Game in our backyard at Levi Stadium on
Monday January 7, 2019 at 5pm, Pacific Time!

She will be performing along with a singer that is yet to be determined in
front of 70,000 spectators, as well as millions more watching on TV.  The
National Championship Football Game will feature the winner of Alabama
against Oklahoma and Clemson against Notre Dame in the playoffs on
December 29.

Congratulations and Go Eagles!

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Alabama Basketball

Alabama

TCC 34  Lady Warriors 27
Lady Warriors 46  Wadley 44

Season record: 4 – 8

TCC 60  Silent Warriors 41
Wadley 56  Silent Warriors 38

Season record: 8 – 4

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Florida girls’ basketball

FSDB Varsity Girls BB at University Christian

December 13 vs University Christian

Score: FSDB 19, UC 68

Our game against University Christian was unmatched and unequal. Our girls
played hard and clean. The officiating crew was one of worse we have
experienced. For example, they did not make it clear to our girls which
ball it was, our girls thought it was
our ball and run to the offensive side, official gave the ball to UC and
they made easy shot thus the unequal game that we would love to forget. We
were proud of our banged up girls for not giving up. We saw some positives
with our defense and offense.
We will be ready for our next game at River City Science Academy on
Monday, December 17th.

Stats:

Olivia Brown: 3 Points, 2 reb, 2 stl

Lourdine Jordonne: 4 Points, 7 reb, 1 stl

Oceana Brown: 4 Points, 3 reb, 1 ast, 1 stl, 1 blk

Keliah Williams: 2 Points, 4 reb, 1 stl, 1 blk

Ja’Myra Harris: 4 Points

Samantha Suarez: 2 Points

Shylah Thomas: 1 reb, 1 stl

Record 7-2

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Marie Philip boys’ basketball

MPS 65 Chapel Hill Chauncy Hall 64

Last night our boys Varsity basketball had an amazing comeback to beat the
defending Division 2 champion team, CHCH.  Last year they swept us two
games. Each of this games were close but we lost two.  This year, CHCH
decided to move up to Division 1 and it was a great sweet revenge win on
them.

We got off with good start then CHCH built up with big lead after they
scored couple of treys. We couldn’t stop their hot shooting. We were down
by 14 points in half time with score of 43 to 29.

In the second half, they continued to rally up to 17 points. We fought
back and finally found our way to beat their zone press. They were getting
their cold shooting. Our point guard, freshman, Kyle Florio made 4 out of
7 on treys that brought us to life. We began to find some nice drive to
the baskets, they couldn’t stop our offense attack. Some of our bench
players put their important roles to keep up with our game on CHCH.
Finally we came back to lead, it went some tied and lead changes.  Good
thing that their best player converted 1 out of 2 foul shots, that gave us
a rebound with less than 10 seconds. Dakota passed to Kyle and he dribbled
to the half court. Somehow his ball hit his foot and it went out of the
court. Good thing that it was at baseline instead of sideline. With 2.4
seconds, CHCH called timeout to see if they could make the last shot. They
ended up with bad shot from the half court. Good relief for us!

Max Moulton with 1 steal

Kyle Florio with 19 points, 7 rebounds, 5 assists, 3 steals

Slavik Sukhovtsev with 2 points, 3 rebounds, 3 steals

Luke McBrine with 7 points, 6 rebounds, 1 assist

Kacey Monahan with 17 points, 12 rebounds, 9 assists, 2 block and 1 steal

Dakota Rochette with 7 points, 10 rebounds, 1 assist

Bradley Johnstad with 3 rebounds

Amogne Konkel-Harmon with 7 points, 9 rebounds, 2 assists and 1 steal

Tyler Furzland with 6 points, 4 offense rebounds

Next two games before the winter break : Tuesday at RISD, Wednesday at MPS
vs. Commonwealth at 4pm.

Record is now 7-1.

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Ninnesota basketball

from newspaper (full story blocked by paywall)

SSM sweeps crosstown doubleheader with MSAD
A pair of Faribault schools were pitted against one another in Wednesday’s
basketball doubleheader. Shattuck-St. Mary’s playe…

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Missouri School for the Deaf Middle School Basketball Results 12/13/18

On Thursday, December 13th, 2018, your Missouri School for the Deaf Middle
School Eagles took on the fierce competitors of St. Joes in Laddonia, MO.
It was our 8th graders last game, and they played their hearts out.
Highlights of the game include:

MSD

2

5

10

8

25

St. Joes

12

4

8

4

28

-Allen Cass: 17 points, 2 rebounds, 12 steals
-Nina Beamish: 2 points, 6 rebounds, 2 steals
-Hailey Luper: 7 rebounds
-Myia Dandle: 2 points, 1 steal
-Brayden Falder: 4 points
We want to thank everyone for an awesome year with continuous support. We
wish our 8th graders the best of luck as they move up to high school
sports, and we look forward to continuing improvement with our 6th graders
next year!

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Rhode Island basketball

RISD Boys Basketball

Our boys’ team played host to Nativity Prep in the first basketball
matchup
between the two schools. Nativity Prep proved to be a very good matchup
for
us as both teams traded the lead back and forth through the first half.
Our
team utilized this game as a good opportunity to try out some of our new
strategies and concepts and it worked to our advantage as we held a 25-18
lead at halftime.

Coming back on the floor for the second half, it looked like the Nativity
Prep coach struck fire in his team as NP would go on fire in the second
half, shooting the ball very well from everywhere on the floor and turned
up their defensive pressure – we weren’t able to adjust fast enough and
lost the lead. While we came back as close as one possession, we were
never
able to seize the lead again and lost the game 61-45. Jayden led the
Roosters with 24 points and 11 rebounds and Timothy added 13 points and 14
rebounds.

NP       18  43  – 61
RISD   25  20 – 45

*RISD Boys Basketball Record:* 3-3
*Next Game:* Tuesday, December 18 vs. Marie Philip School (4:00 P.M.)

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RISD Girls Basketball

Our RISD Girls basketball team traveled to Horace Mann School for the Deaf
to play out our second matchup of the season. We jumped out to a strong
12-0 halftime lead and utilize this opportunity to freely substitute,
using
all 8 of our players in order to gain valuable playing time throughout the
second half.

Our girls would win the game 16-6, picking up our fourth win of the
season.
Yasmin and Melissa led our team with 6 points apiece to go along with 16
and 20 rebounds respectively. Lillian added 14 rebounds and 9 blocks.

RISD -    12   4  – 16
HMS -      0    6  – 6

*RISD Girls Basketball Record*: 4-3
*Next Game*: Tuesday, December 18 vs. Marie Philip School (5:30 P.M.)

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Riverside girls’ basketball

The Cub girls exploded for 19 points in the 4th quarter to put away La
Sierra Academy, 44-37, last night.  Bree Goldstein had 15 points and
Serenity Fry followed with 11 points.  La Sierra dropped to 6-2 and CSDR
improved to 5-5.  Next week is finals week and the girls will face CSDR
Alumni at 5 pm on Wednesday, December 19th.

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Western Pennsylvania basketball

MIDDLE SCHOOL BOYS – lost to Plants and Pillars, 20-22

LEAGUE RECORD 1-1

OVERALL RECORD 1-5

MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS -lost to Plants and Pillars, 7-18

LEAGUE RECORD 0-2

OVERALL RECORD 0-4

JV BOYS – did not play

OVERALL RECORD 1-1

BOYS – lost to Plants and Pillars, 48-54

LEAGUE RECORD: 0-2

OVERALL RECORD: 4-3

GIRLS – lost to Plants and Pillars, 13-28

LEAGUE RECORD: 0-2

OVERALL RECORD: 3-4

WPSD Boys

Plants & Pillars

P&P 54 – WPSD 48

DяяAmore – 24 points, 12 rebounds
Harclerode – 11 points

Record 4-3, League 0-3

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West Virginia boys’ basketball

t was a tough very evenly matched game with Virginia School for the Deaf.
The lead changed many times thought out the game.  Final score VASD 28
WVSD 23.

Record is now 0-2

Zack Stump – 2 points

Jacob Hundley – 6 points

Jacob Buchanon – 8 points

Jeffrey Simpson – 7 points

Next game Monday December 17 against Lighthouse Christian Academy.

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Wisconsin girls’ basketball

Girls lost to Rock County Christian 58-35, on Tuesday, 12/11

RCCS 22   36  =58
WSD   22   13  =35

Girls team response and bounce back with victory over Early View 57-11 on Thursday, 12/13

WSD  35   22 =57
EV      7     4  =11

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random deafsports thoughts

Years ago some deaf schools in Canada had
football teams. Not any more.

There have been a few football games between
deaf Canadian schools and deaf American schools.

To the best of DeafDigest Sports editor’s
recollection, New York State (Rome) and
West Virginia SD had games with Canadian
teams. That was years ago.

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