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Aug
13

2014/08/13

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DeafDigest Sports – August 13, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

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- death of Deaflympics gold medalist

- misc sports stuff

 
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Dedication

DeafDigest Sports dedicates this edition to
Edwin Kipkosgei Kipchumba who departed us.

Do read the story at:
Defylympics athlete Edwin Kipkosgei Kipchumba collapsed
yesterday morning and died while training with his
colleagues along Eldoret-Kimumu road.

rest of story at:
http://allafrica.com/stories/201408130490.html

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Indiana football

Dugger Union to be part of football challenge

The Bulldogs, along with Traders Point Christian
and the Indiana School for the Deaf, will be part
of the Southern Hoosier Challenge.

full story at:
http://www.gcdailyworld.com/story/2108921.html

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Minnesota football & volleyball

After strong 2013 campaigns, Faribault Minnesota State Academy
for the Deaf volleyball, football kick off 2014 season
looking to continue success

The year is officially underway for the Trojans, two
teams that basked in success last season.

full story at:
http://www.southernminn.com/faribault_daily_news/sports/article_682f924b-dc1e-50fe-af0f-ad1b99d54484.html

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Deaf rugby player

Southland prop Morgan Mitchell breaking sound barrier

A little-known Southland prop will make history if he takes
the field in his team’s ITM Cup season opener against Bay
of Plenty in Invercargill on Friday night.

rest of story at:
http://tvnz.co.nz/rugby-news/southland-prop-morgan-mitchell-breaking-sound-barrier-6055948

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Golf

must be a hearing person to play golf?

Golf teachers say most golfers use vision, sound
and feel. Deaf golfers have vision and feel.
But deaf golfers cannot hear. Is sound important
for deaf golfers? Well, hearing golfers listen
to the sound of their clubs hitting the balls
to know if the club is good or bad. Deaf golfers
cannot hear, but can use the feel to know if the
club is good or bad.

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hockey

USA vs Canada

The national deaf teams of USA and Canada will play against
each other on August 16th and 17th at the old
Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto. It is a pre-Deaflympics
match up between two premier deaf teams.

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August football games (updated again)

Aug 16 Texas at O’Connell
Aug 21 Florida at Christ’s Church Academy (pre-season game, unofficial)
Aug 22 Alabama hosts Waterloo
Aug 22 Indiana hosts Trader Point
Aug 22 Texas hosts Lutheran South
Aug 23 Mississippi at Arkansas
Aug 23 Tennessee at Georgia
Aug 28 Minnesota hosts West Lutheran
Aug 28 Louisiana hosts BRHS
Aug 28 Florida hosts Oak Hall
Aug 28 Colorado hosts South Park
Aug 28 Tennessee at St Andrew’s
Aug 28 Michigan hosts Owen-Gage
Aug 29 Model at Options Charter
Aug 29 Phoenix at Gila Bend
Aug 29 Maryland hosts Silver Oak Academy
Aug 29 New Mexico hosts Lake Arthur
Aug 29 Texas hosts Dallas Christian
Aug 30 Fremont at Upper Lake

season starts in September
Carolinas
Illinois
Iowa
Kansas
Missouri
Oklahoma
Riverside
South Carolina
Washington
Wisconsin

no deaf opponents
Phoenix
Texas

finally deaf opponents after many years
Illinois

no football team this season
Arizona

not sure if it has a team or not
Oregon

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Aug
12

2014/08/12

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DeafDigest Sports – August 12, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

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- Gallaudet football article

- August football games (updated again)

- a new elite deaf basketball player
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August football games (updated again)

Aug 16 Texas at O’Connell
Aug 21 Florida at Christ’s Church Academy (pre-season game, unofficial)
Aug 22 Alabama hosts Waterloo
Aug 22 Indiana hosts Trader Point
Aug 22 Texas hosts Lutheran South
Aug 23 Mississippi at Arkansas
Aug 23 Tennessee at Georgia
Aug 28 Minnesota hosts West Lutheran
Aug 28 Louisiana hosts BRHS
Aug 28 Florida hosts Oak Hall
Aug 28 Colorado hosts South Park
Aug 28 Tennessee at St Andrew’s
Aug 28 Michigan hosts Owen-Gage
Aug 29 Model at Options Charter
Aug 29 Phoenix at Gila Bend
Aug 29 Maryland hosts Silver Oak Academy
Aug 29 New Mexico hosts Lake Arthur
Aug 29 Texas hosts Dallas Christian
Aug 30 Fremont at Upper Lake

season starts in September
Carolinas
Illinois
Iowa
Kansas
Missouri
Oklahoma
Riverside
South Carolina
Washington
Wisconsin

no deaf opponents
Phoenix
Texas

finally deaf opponents after many years
Illinois

no football team this season
Arizona

not sure if it has a team or not
Oregon

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Gallaudet football

GALLAUDET FOOTBALL SEEKING TO SUSTAIN EXCELLENCE

The NCAA Division III football playoff field is typically stacked
with the usual national powerhouses, including Mount Union,
Wisconsin-Whitewater, Mary Hardin-Baylor and Wesley.
In 2013, Gallaudet University joined the select group.

rest of story at:
http://www.pressboxdc.com/2014/08/07/gallaudet-football-seeking-to-sustain-excellence

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Adham Talaat’s tryout with New York Giants

It was learned that Gallaudet’s Adham Talaat had a tryout with
New York Giants.

This is interesting. As a young man getting into the coaching
profession, Giants coach Tom Coughlin began his career as a
head coach of the RIT’s club football team. Several of his
club players were NTID students. One of these deaf players
said Tom was tough but fair.

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city to provide interpreter for deaf soccer player

The city of Greensburg, PA agreed to provide an interpreter
for a deaf kid, even though he does not reside in the city,
so he could play youth soccer. His father filed the lawsuit,
hence the settlement.

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Australian deaf woman named to Australian national U-19 hearing
basketball team

Basketballer Demi Skinner beats obstacles to gain under-19 national squad selection

JUST as Demi Skinner’s basketball journey began, her life almost ended.

Demi, 17, was selected in the Australian under-19 girls’ basketball
squad this month – almost a decade after she followed her brother
into the sport and narrowly escaped a bushfire.

rest of story at:
http://www.heraldsun.com.au/sport/basketball/basketballer-demi-skinner-beats-obstacles-to-gain-under19-national-squad-selection/story-fni2u9cl-1227022228572

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Aug
11

2014/08/11

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DeafDigest Sports – August 11, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

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- miscellaneous articles

- August football games (updated)
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August football games (updated)

Aug 16 Texas at O’Connell
Aug 21 Florida at Christ’s Church Academy (pre-season game, unofficial)
Aug 22 Indiana hosts Trader Point
Aug 22 Texas hosts Lutheran South
Aug 23 Mississippi at Arkansas
Aug 23 Tennessee at Georgia
Aug 28 Minnesota hosts West Lutheran
Aug 28 Louisiana hosts BRHS
Aug 28 Florida hosts Oak Hall
Aug 28 Colorado hosts South Park
Aug 28 Tennessee at St Andrew’s
Aug 28 Michigan hosts Owen-Gage
Aug 29 Model at Options Charter
Aug 29 Phoenix at Gila Bend
Aug 29 Maryland hosts Silver Oak Academy
Aug 29 New Mexico hosts Lake Arthur
Aug 29 Texas hosts Dallas Christian
Aug 29 Alabama hosts Waterloo
Aug 30 Fremont at Upper Lake

season starts in September
Carolinas
Illinois
Iowa
Kansas
Missouri
Oklahoma
Riverside
South Carolina
Washington
Wisconsin

no deaf opponents
Phoenix
Texas

finally deaf opponents after many years
Illinois

no football team this season
Arizona

not sure if it has a team or not
Oregon

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Gallaudet basketball

Ellenbecker twins ready to play basketball at Gallaudet

ST. JOSEPH – After successful high school careers at the Minnesota
State Academy for the Deaf in Faribault, twins Tommy and Sam
Ellenbecker weren’t ready to part with athletics.

full story at:
http://www.sctimes.com/story/sports/college/2014/08/10/ellenbecker-twins/13872001/

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former Gallaudet soccer player

part of newspaper story (New Jersey)

James Rummo, a 23-year-old recently graduated from Gallaudet University
where he played forward on the school’s Division 3 soccer team.
He was also among the 20-man roster on the U.S. National Deaf Men’s
soccer team that competed internationally.

He competed in the Warrior Dash, which is a competitive “fun” event
that involves running a course through the woods and encountering
obstacles along the way, which one must crawl through or climb over.

 

 

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May
11

2014/05/11

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DeafDigest Sports – May 11, 2014

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– Gallaudet updates

– deaf school sports updates

– tennis player at NCAA and also an award

– a top referee

– Talaat invited to tryout with the Seahawks

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Gallaudet sports (go to http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/landing/index)
to read the following stories

– Gallaudet football
Gallaudet’s Adham Talaat invited to tryout with the Seattle Seahawks

(editor’s note: That Talaat was not drafted has nothing to do with his playing
skills; NFL teams traditionally do not draft NCAA-III players. Talaat was one
of the few NCAA-III players listed on the d3football.com web site as draftable
candidates – yet for the 2nd year in a row, no one from NCAA-III was drafted.
What this means is that the Seahawks invited him to tryout. He is not the
property of the Seahawks, since no contract was offered. If another NFL team
came up and offered him a contract, he is free to walk away from the Seahawks
to accept the offer. But if the Seahawks offer him a contract after the
tryouts, he is the team’s property. Yes, if he makes the team he will be
Derrick Coleman’s teammate!)

– Gallaudet baseball
Bison bats come alive against Penn St.-Abington, as GU earns a share of the NEAC regular season title
Six Bison earn All-NEAC honors, Hicks named Player of the Year, Holsworth earns a second Pitcher of the Year award
SUNYIT ends pitchers’ duel in 11th inning to beat Gallaudet in NEAC tournamen
Errors end Gallaudet’s run in the NEAC tournament

– Gallaudet basketball
Gallaudet University Fundamentals Basketball Camp
at California School for the Deaf in Fremont

June 16-19, 2014

Boys and Girls ages 9-18 years old
(Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Hearing, CODA or SODA are all welcome)

More information- Kevin Kovacs at kevinkovacs@csdf-cde.ca.gov or 510 344-6022

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ESDAA track and field championships

Men – Team Rankings – 16 Events Scored
1) Maryland School for the Deaf 164
2) New Jersey 113
3) New York 71
4) Pennsylvania 50
5) American 29
6) St. Mary’s  26
7) Lexington 18
8) Rochester 16
9) Rhode Island 5

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Alabama track

AHSAA 1A Section 2

Lincoln High School

April 25-26, 2014

 

Team Rankings

Girls

Cedar Bluff – 180 points (1st place)

Loachapoaka – 113 (2nd place)

ASD – 110 (3rd place)

 

Champions

400M Dash – Ashley Laster

3200M Run – Jasmine Culpepper

 

100H – TeChana Dunklin – 2nd place, Marissa Wesley – 3rd place

300H – TeChana Dunklin – 2nd place

400R – 2nd place

3200R – 2nd place

 

Team Rankings

Boys

Cedar Bluff – 127 points (1st place)

ASD – 120 points (2nd place)

 

Champions

Shot Put – Eddie Thomas

High Jump – Joshua Edwards

3200M Run – Holden Hess

3200M Relay

 

110H – Matthew Lowry – 2nd place

PV – Matthew Lowry – 2nd place

TJ – Joshua Edward – 2nd place, Anthony Scott – 3rd place

1600M Run – Holden Hess – 2nd place

400R – 2nd place

Congrats to Lady and Silent Warriors

 

AHSAA 1A State Track Meet

Selma, AL

May 2-3, 2014

 

Team Rankings

Girls

ASD – 12 points (15th place)

 

200M Dash – Ashley Laster (5th place)

100H – TeChana Dunklin – (4th place)

300H – TeChana Dunklin – (6th place)

 

Team Rankings

Boys

ASD – 13 points (15th place

 

Champions

Shot Put – Eddie Thomas – 2014 1A State Champion in shot put.

 

High Jump – Joshua Edwards (7th place)

Pole Vault – Matthew Lowry (8th place)

 

 

 
Track Results

 

AHSAA 1A Section 2

Lincoln High School

April 25-26, 2014

 

Team Rankings

Girls

Cedar Bluff – 180 points (1st place)

Loachapoaka – 113 (2nd place)

ASD – 110 (3rd place)

 

Champions

400M Dash – Ashley Laster

3200M Run – Jasmine Culpepper

 

100H – TeChana Dunklin – 2nd place, Marissa Wesley – 3rd place

300H – TeChana Dunklin – 2nd place

400R – 2nd place

3200R – 2nd place

 

Team Rankings

Boys

Cedar Bluff – 127 points (1st place)

ASD – 120 points (2nd place)

 

Champions

Shot Put – Eddie Thomas

High Jump – Joshua Edwards

3200M Run – Holden Hess

3200M Relay

 

110H – Matthew Lowry – 2nd place

PV – Matthew Lowry – 2nd place

TJ – Joshua Edward – 2nd place, Anthony Scott – 3rd place

1600M Run – Holden Hess – 2nd place

400R – 2nd place

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Indiana baseball

(newspaper story)

Cougars beat Deaf Hoosiers 11-7

The South Decatur varsity baseball team reached the even mark of the
season Tuesday.

The Cougars improved to 5-5 with an 11-7 win over visiting Indiana School
for the Deaf.

South took a 1-0 lead in the first inning, and expanded it to 3-0 after
three innings.

The Deaf Hoosiers put up six runs in the fourth inning to take a 6-3 lead.
South, though, plated two runs in the bottom of the fourth, pulling to
within a run at 6-5. The Cougars went ahead 7-6 with two more runs in the
fifth, but Indiana Deaf tied it in the sixth.

A big sixth inning lifted the Cougars as South scored four runs to take
the lasting 11-7 advantage.

South tallied eight hits and committed two errors, while the Deaf Hoosiers
tallied seven hits and committed two errors.

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Learning Center softball

After spring break and dealing with inclement weather,  we finally had
third game of the season; This time, it is our first home game ever in TLC
History. We played against Elizabeth Seton Academy.  We lost by the score,
15-2. We got off to a rusty start by making mental mistakes. However, we
finally played better in the last inning.

Top Performers:

6th grader Sabrina Rodrigues (1-1, 2 run inside the park home run and a
walk ) She hit her first inside the park home run! She is second player to
hit a home run in TLC History.

Freshman Jasmine Casella (1-2 Single, SB and run) She pitched today and
got 2 strikeouts.

Senior Neyshkady Melendez (1-2 Single) She made two great defensive plays
as 1B!

Next game, Thursday, May 8th 4pm, At Nashoba Brooks School
Record (0-3)

TLC Lady Ghosts traveled to a beautiful town, Concord, to take on Nashoba
Brooks School. We lost a very close game, 10-9. If it was not for mental
mistakes, we could have win. Overall, it was a great game.

Top Performers:

6th grader Sabrina Rodrigues (0-0 3 walks and 3 RBI)

6th grader Leah Kaftan (0-0 3 walks 2 runs)

Freshman Jasmine Casella  (1-1 Single, 2 walks, 2 runs)

Next game, Monday, May 11th 4pm, At Boston Trinity Academy
Record (0-4)

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Louisiana track

Class C championship

Boys
Team scores: 1, New Living Word, 122. 2, Johnson Bayou, 81. 3, Epps, 56.
4, Jehovah Jireh, 50. 5, Holy Rosary, 48. 6, Gibsland-Coleman, 45. 7,
Hackberry, 40. 8, Family Christian, 28. 9, Louisiana School for the Deaf,
24. 10, Phoenix, 20. 11, First Baptist, 18. 12, Atlanta, 12. 13, Reeves,
4. 14, Singer. 3.

Girls

Team scores: 1, Hackberry, 190. 2, Epps, 84. 3, First Baptist, 67. 4,
Louisiana School for the Deaf, 66. 5, Johnson Bayou, 37. 6, New Living
Word, 32. 7, Gibsland-Coleman, 27. 8, Family Christian, 21. 9, Starks, 12.
10, Kilbourne, 10. 11, Lutheran, 7. 12, Jevovah-Jireh, 2. 13, Singer, 1.

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Maryland baseball

MSD beats Arlington Baptist school, 13 to 1.

Carey Ballard, 2-4, 1 RBI
Jad Gore, 2-4, 1 RBI
Giovanni Maucere, 3-4, 3 RBI

MSD currently record, 5-8

MSD lost to Mt. Airy, 7 to 1

Carey Ballard 2-3.
Jake Bonheyo and damon Biskupiak, both got 1-3.

MSD currently record 5-9

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Michigan sports

New athletic director is Sonia D. Breed and the assistant is
Micki Lewis.

the school will be having a new football coach, come this fall

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Model rugby

MSSD won tonight 49-31 over the Heights thou it was ugly but we will
take the win.    

It was the work of the forwards tonight that took control in all
phases of the game.     We were able to score at will but miscues
also did us in.     If it was versus a better team we might have been
in trouble but glad the boys keep it cool and finish out strong
scoring the last four tries to escape with  a win. 

Our next game is this Friday vs TC Williams at MSSD field.   Kickoff
is set for 6:00pm.

Scoring recaps:
First half -
7-0 – Travis Waddel / Conversion kick good 
7-5 – Heights / kick failed
14-5  - Marcus Pointer / conversion kick good
14-12 – Heights / conversion kick good 
14 – 17 – Heights / kick failed
21 – 17 – Nsikak Umoren / kick good 
Half
Second half -
21-24 – Heights / kick good
21-31 – Heights / kick good
28 – 31 – Luis Naranjo / kick good
35 – 31 – Philip Adeyeye / kick good
42 -31 – Justin Rutledge / kick good
49 – 31 – Nsikak Umoren / kick good

Luis Naranjo – 7 for 7 in conversion kicks

Man of the Match – Nsikak Umoren & Marcus Pointer 

Current record – 3-1

Model Rugby -

Last night the MSSD boys finish out the regular season defeating TC
Williams 28-5.    Going into this match both team have identical conference
record 3-2 and the outcome of this match would decided who would be 3rd and
4th seeded in the playoffs next week.

This match was a fierce one fighting for the 3rd seed spot.    The bright
spot was our defense and counter-attacking as they started kicking the ball
but we were prepared for that.    The forwards once again controlled the
game in the scrum and in the line out.

Scoring recaps -
7-0    MSSD – Donte Dos Santos / conversion kick good
14-0  MSSD – Luis Naranjo / conversion kick good
Half
21 – 0 MSSD – Marcus Pointer / conversion kick good
21-5 TC / conversion kick failed
28-5 MSSD – Nsikak Umoren / conversion kick good

Luis Naranjo – 4 for 4 conversion kicks

Miguel Barrios – Man of the Match for his superior rucking

The top four teams in the 7 team division enters the MAVRC Division II
playoffs.  MSSD earns a trip for the first time to the playoffs.   We will
travel to #2 Landon on Tuesday, May 13th for a 5:00pm start.    #4 TC
Williams will play at Good Counsel.

Our boys know they are in control of their destiny as if we do win the
semifinals.   The site of the Finals will be at MSSD field on Friday, May
16th. Current record 4-2

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St Mary’s boys track

The Bison’s hosted their first meet of the season yesterday.  The
weather finally cooperated and allowed us to compete.  It was a four
way meet with Rochester School for the Deaf, The Falk School and
Health Sciences Charter attending.  This was the first time  for the
Bison’s hosting a four way meet and there were some great
performances on the track and in the field.  The final score and
results are listed below. Our next meet is this Saturday May, 10th as
we travel to Maryland for the ESDAA Track and Field Championships.

Score   May 5th 2014…BOYS

 

The Falk School                144

St. Mary’s                               96

Health Sciences                   79

Rochester                               69

 

Individual Results
Long Jump          Oliver….12′ 11 ½”….Planty….12′ 5 ½”

Triple Jump        Oliver 28′ 10 ½”…..Planty….26′ 10 ½”

Shot Put               Robinson 37’8 ½”(PR) First Place…
Rodgers…22’6 ¼”(PR)

Discus                   Robinson 91′ First Place……Rodgers…42′
3″(PR)

High Jump          No entry

100M                     Cannizzaro 17.5(PR)….Smith…19.4

1600M                  Meyers…6:02.7 (PR) First
Place….Oliver…7:06.8(PR)

400M                     Cannizzaro…1:31.9….Smith1:41.5
800M                     Planty 3:02.3

200M                     Robinson…29.75…..Rodgers…39.16

3200M                  Meyers…14:17.5…First Place

4x400M                (Planty/Meyers/Robinson/Oliver)….5:26.1

4x100M                (Rodgers/Meyers/Smith/Cannizzaro)….1:13.5

 

6 Personal Records (PR)

 

Points Scored
Robinson             25

Meyers                21.5

Oliver                    17

Planty                   10

Rodgers               9.5

Cannizzaro          4.5

Smith                    2.5

at the ESDAA track and field championships

Long Jump           Isa Habeeb….13′ 4″…. Dalton Planty….12′ 1″
Triple Jump        Habeeb 27′ 8″…..Planty….25′ 5″
Shot Put               Dustin Robinson 38’9 ½”(PR) 2nd place… Cole Rodgers…23’6 “(PR)
Discus                   Robinson 97′ 3 ½” 4th place……Rodgers…42′ 6″(PR)
High Jump          No entry
100M                     Drew Cannizzaro 17.55….Smith…17.55(PR)
1600M                   Joshua Meyers…6:29.94….Habeeb…6:46.27
400M                     Tyler Mondo-Goodrich…1:19.46….Christian Lawrence….1:29.5
800M                     Planty 3:14.68….Lawrence…3:30.66
200M                     Rodgers…36.68(PR)….Christopher Martin…43.22
3200M                  Meyers…13:11.50(PR)…3rd place
110 H                     Robinson…21.44 5th place
300 H                     Planty….1:07.18…5th place
4x400M                (Martin/Good-Rich/Lawrence/Habeeb)….6:24.60
4x200M                (Robinson/Rodgers/Mondo-Goodrich/Meyers)….2:19.82…5th place
4x100M                (Martin/Mondo-Goodrich/Lawrence/Cannizzaro)….DQ(disqualified)

6 Personal Records (PR)

Points Scored

Robinson                             14.5
Meyers                                6.5
Planty                                   2
Mondo-Goodrich             1
Martin                                  1
Rodgers                               .5
Habeeb                                .5

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St Mary’s girls track

The Lady Bisons hosted 3 track teams yesterday (Falk, Rochester
School for the Deaf, and Health Sciences Charter)  and we all scored
each other head to head.  The Lady Bisons dominated the field events
and sprints which in turn raised our point total towards victory.  We
had some fresh faces mixed in with some wily veterans that made for a
fun meet.  This was our first and last competitive warm-up before we
head to the annual ESDAA tournament in Maryland.  Please wish the
girls luck.

Final Score:
SMSD- 107

RSD- 78

HS- 70

FALK-5

 

Individual Accomplishments:

 

Shakenya Ward-Brassell: 1st place (High Jump, 100m, 200m)

Tracy White: 1st place (Long Jump, Triple Jump)

Jasmine Hollingsworth: 1st place (Shot Put, Discus)

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Tennessee track

Gashaw Duhamel, Sophomore at the Tennessee School for the Deaf,
finished 3rd overall in the Run for the Deaf this past weekend with a
time of 17:09.4!  This was his first 5k!  He will be running the
1600m and the 3200m at the East Sectional meet this Thursday and may
qualify for the Regional meet and possibly the State Championships!

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Texas track

Final results from the TAPPS State track meet

DISCUS. 1. Tori Hauser, Coll. Covenant, 105-1; 2. Caitlin Kight, Aus. Sch.
For the Deaf, 98-10; 3. Reya Ybarra, TB Rosehill, 87-0

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Wisconsin track

Congratulations to WSD’s ladies track team, and coaches Karla Gunn and
Therese Pohl-Markowitz on taking 1st place in the Indian Trails Conference
Championships last Tuesday May 6, 2014!

Boys team finished 2nd place.

Kori Koss broke conference record with 16.55 (convert to FAT 16.79) at 100m HURDLES

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Tennis player at NCAA

Laura Chapman is going to the NCAA Tennis Final again
http://www.csucougars.com/sports/wten/2013-14/releases/201405053rl3w7#.U2gOjhwd16A.facebook

Laura Chapman received the ITA Women’s Southeast Arthur Ashe Jr.
Sportsmanship & Leadership award.

The purpose of the Arthur Ashe Collegiate Award is to honor Arthur Ashe
and the vision which he embodied of the importance of education, sportsmanship and
leadership.  Tennis opened the door of higher education for Arthur.
Tennis and college offered him a springboard into a life of vast achievement; first
as a world-class athlete, then as an educator and international humanitarian.

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A top referee

Emma Cairnduff is a field hockey referee. She just refereed the national
U-18 women’s field hockey championship, and will also referee the women’s
national U-21 field hockey championship. It is in Australia, and Emma is
deaf. People are saying she is the best referee around.

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Deaf rugby

England and Wales national deaf rugby teams are bitter rivals.
They play each other once a year for the Broadstreet Cup,
that the winning team holds for one year. This match takes place
this weekend

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Campbell golf

Kaylin Yost, who is deaf, is a senior with the women’s golf team
at Campbell University. As a senior, Yost led the Big South Conference
with a 73.2 average. She has four career victories. She plans to
compete in the first stage of LPGA Q-School in August and turn professional.
 

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DeafDigest Sports – March 24-26, 2014

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– Gallaudet updates

– where is Kenny Walker?

– a deaf player in a major league pre-season game

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Gallaudet baseball

GU has ‘Strong’ showing against Frostburg St.
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/bsb/2013-14/releases/recap_frostburg

editor’s note: so far this season, Gallaudet has defeated these strong
NCAA-III baseball programs – McDaniel, Shenandoah, Rivier, Christopher
Newport, Ramapo, Rowan and Frostburg. Other wins were over weak programs.

O’Donnell earns NEAC Baseball Pitcher of the Week award
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/bsb/2013-14/releases/neacsaow-mar24

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Gallaudet football

  2014 Gallaudet University Football Schedule

Sep. 06     SHENANDOAH     7 p.m.
Sep. 20     @ Rochester    Noon
Oct. 04     @ Anna Maria*  Noon
Oct. 11     BECKER*        Noon
Oct. 18     @ Husson*      Noon
Oct. 25     MOUNT IDA*^    1 p.m.
Nov. 01     @ Norwich*     Noon
Nov. 08     CASTLETON*     Noon
Nov. 15     SUNY MARITIME* Noon

BOLD = Home game
* = ECFC Conference game
^ = Homecoming

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Gallaudet softball

Lee picked as NEAC Softball Player of the Week
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/sball/2013-14/releases/neacsaow-mar24

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as revised

2014 DeafDigest Sports Boys’ Basketball All-American team

Alabama – Eddie Thomas
American – Robert Milone
Colorado – Brian Fuller
Delaware – Quinton Ferrell
Eastern North Carolina – Drequawn White
Florida – Eduardo Soler
Illinois – Jamal Garner
Indiana – Preston Kelly
Iowa – Elias Perez
Kentucky – Dillon Maynard
Learning Center – Iromilison “Ro” Centeio
Lexington – Samer Abualya
Maryland – Yave Sanchez
Minnesota – Sammy Ellenbecker
Missouri – Nick Jones
Model – Arthur Hart
New Jersey – Fuquan Howard
New York/Fanwood – Dennis Williams
Oklahoma – Alex McCool
Rochester – Tim Artinian
South Carolina – Raheem Jenkins
Tennessee – Tory Lipford
Western Pennsylvania – Travis Frye
Wisconsin – Gunner Hahn

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Alabama boys’ basketball

newspaper story

The Alabama School for the Deaf had three players to earn All-County
honors. Eddie Thomas earned first team honors, while Anthony Scott earned
second team honors and Holden Hess earned a spot on the honorable mention
team.

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Florida tennis

FSDB tennis 3/24 @ SAHS

We visited the friendly confines of the Jacket tennis courts.  A huge
congrats are in order for Oscar Snead! He picked up our first boys
singles win this year! As the #1 seed, too!!  He must have played
tennis during the break as he improved a whole lot.

GIRLS lost 0-7 (0-5)
1. Shua Clay lost 3-8 (0-5)
2. Melody Cruz lost 1-8 (0-4)
3. Von Burdsall lost 0-8 (0-5)
4. Asheli Kleckley lost 2-8 (0-5)
5. Alyssa Hanbury lost 2-8 (0-5)
exhib. Joline Durand lost

1. Shua / Melody lost 6-8 (1-4)
2. Asheli / Von lost 0-8 (0-5)

BOYS lost 1-6 (0-5)
1. Oscar Snead WON 8-4 (1-4)
2. Diego Garcia lost 0-8 (0-5)
3. Cody Newsome lost 0-8 (0-5)
4. Jonathan Maldonado lost 1-8 (0-4)
5. Samy Vital lost 2-8 (0-5)

1. Oscar / Diego lost 4-8 (1-4)
2. Samy / Cody lost (1-4)
exhib. Nick / Jonathan lost

FSDB tennis 3/25 vs Trinity

What a day of “firsts”!! We hosted our first match of the season and
we also dominated our opponent for our first team WIN of the year!!!
 Well done Lady Dragons!!!

GIRLS WON 4-3 (1-5)
1. Shua Clay WON 8-2 (1-5)
2. Melody Cruz WON 8-1 (1-4)
3. Asheli Kleckley lost 2-8 (0-6)
4. Joline Durand lost 2-8 (0-1)
5. FSDB forfeited

1. Shua / Melody WON 8-4 (2-4)
2. Asheli / Joline WON 8-1 (1-5)

***HOME MATCH ALERT*** Our next match is tomorrow 3/26 vs SAHS (boys
only), 3:30 start time.  This is our season ending match.

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Louisiana powerlifting

Eight boys and seven girls qualified for this year’s State
Powerlifting Championships held this past Thursday in West Monroe,
LA.

LaErica Hayes, a 7th grader, won the 181 lb. class and tied a State
Record with a 350 lb. Deadlift. Akela Fellows placed 2nd in the 123
lb. class and Sarah Cash placed 3rd in the 220 lb. class. On the boys
side, Matthew Brown placed 3rd in the 123 lb. class.

 

Around 10 of the lifters will participate in the APF High School
Nationals on March 26th in Baton Rouge, LA.

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Where is Kenny Walker?

Kenny Walker played two seasons in the NFL, one season in
CFL and coached one season with the Gallaudet football team.

Where is he now?

Working as a teacher’s aide in a high school in the Denver
area, and is also assistant track coach with the
Highlands Ranch team; he uses an interpreter to give
coaching instructions to his tracksters

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a deaf player in a major league pre-season game

Nich Hamilton, who is deaf, plays in the Cleveland
Indians farm system. He was called up to play one
pre-season game with the Indians two days ago.
In his only at-bat he grounded out to first.
 

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– Lake Tahoe Deaf Skiing week

– basketball updates

– updated basketball won/lost records

– Gallaudet updates

– pictures of Kevin Milligan Gallaudet jersey retirement ceremony

– a team advances in state playoffs

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basketball won/lost records (as of 2/18/14)

http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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pictures of Kevin Milligan Gallaudet jersey retirement ceremony
with some facts about his playing days

http://deafdigest.com/kevin-milligan-gallaudet-basketball-jersey-retirement-ceremony/

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Gallaudet men’s swimming

Bison sit in first after Day One of 2014 NEAC swimming and diving championships
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mswimming/2013-14/releases/neacday1

GU men’s swimming in second place after Saturday’s finals at NEAC championships, Bison six points out of first
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mswimming/2013-14/releases/neacday2

Gallaudet claims its third NEAC men’s swimming and diving championship
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mswimming/2013-14/releases/neacday3

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Gallaudet women’s swimming

Bison break two school records, one NEAC record as they sit in second place after first day of championship weekend
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wswimming/2013-14/releases/neacday1

Polivanchuk sisters set the pace for Gallaudet women’s swimming at NEAC championships on Day 2
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wswimming/2013-14/releases/neacday2

Bison finish third overall at 2014 NEAC womens swimming and diving championship, school records fall
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wswimming/2013-14/releases/neacday3

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Gallaudet men’s basketball team plays in 4 OT thriller against Penn St.-Abington
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mbkb/2013-14/releases/recap_psa2

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

Bison send out the seniors in style with a 50-44 win over Penn St.-Abington
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wbkb/2013-14/releases/recap_psa2

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Great Plains basketball tournament

Third Place
Wisconsin Girls
Iowa Boys

Second Place
New Mexico Girls
Minnesota Boys

First Place
Minnesota Girls
Missouri Boys!

Missouri boys repeat as GPSD Champions.

Sportsmanship Award Wisconsin Girls—-New Mexico Boys

 

Cheer Award

Third Place Arkansas

Second Place Oklahoma

First Place Minnesota

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American girls’ basketball

Game 1: The Lady Tigers opened ESDAA tourney as #2 seed and was scheduled
to
play against West Virginia School for the Deaf. Unfortunately due to the
bad
storm, WVSD was unable to participate as we won by the forfeit and played
against Valentine Irish team instead. The Lady Tigers never looked back
throughout the game as we dominated in the paint and defeated Valentine
Irish 54-36.

Tanasia LaFrazier – 20 points, 12 rebounds, 1 assist, 2 steals, 2 blocks.

Zoie Haggarty – 17 points, 1 rebound, 1 assist, and 1 steal.

Regina Fuller – 12 points, 12 rebounds, 5 assists, 3 steals.

Game 2: The Lady Tigers faced Delaware School for the Deaf in the semi
final
to fight for the championship game. The Lady Tigers jumped out quickly and
cruised the entire game by scoring points from fastbreak and out of bound
plays. The Lady Tigers defeated DSD 65-28.

Regina Fuller – 20 points, 10 rebounds, 3 assists.

Zoie Haggarty – 19 points, 1 rebound, 2 assists, 3 steals.

Tanasia LaFrazier – 18 points, 9 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals, 1 block.

Game 3: The Lady Tigers faced #1 seed team out of Rochester School for the
Deaf with the championship title under the belt. The championship game was
exciting as both team exchanged the basket throughout as the Lady Tigers
trailed 4 points going into halftime. We were forced to make a defensive
adjustment due to two starters with four fouls after halftime. Rochester
Wildcats took advantage on our foul trouble and we struggled on the free
throw where we shot 3/18 from the stripe. We would like to extend our
congratulation to RSD for winning 2nd straight ESDAA Division 2 title.

Regina Fuller – 18 points, 6 rebounds, 1 assist, 4 steals.

Tanasia LaFrazier – 12 points, 10 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 block.

Zoie Haggarty – 12 points, 3 steals.

ESDAA Recap: Eighth grader Nikita Mallach continued to dazzle the coaching
staff and fans with her performance at ESDAA by averaging 2 points, 3
rebounds, 7 assists, 2 steals, and 1 block per game. Freshman stand out
Edmarie Burgos showed her physical toughness with her presence inside the
paint and averaged 4 points, 12 rebounds, 2 steals, and 1 block per game.

ESDAA Awards:
Edmarie Burgos – Honorable Mention
Regina Fuller – Second Team All Star
Zoie Haggarty – Second Team All Star
Tanasia LaFrazier – First Team All Star

Record: 16-5
Deaf Schools: 11-1

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Delaware girls’ basketball

ESDAA Girls Basketball at NYSSD-Rome

Game 1 DSD 40  Rhode Island 12
Game 2 (semi-final)  DSD 28  American 65
Game 3 (3 place)  DSD 47  St. Mary’s 68 (DSD played with 3 players in 4th quarter)

DSD finished 4th place in ESDAA
DSD won McCarthy Sportsmanship Award.

Hailey Henshaw – 1st team All Star
Kayla O’Brien – Honorable Mention
JyAjia Bratten – Honorable Mention

Thanks to NYSSD for an outstanding tournament.

MIL playoff tomorrow – DSD girls forfeit Towle due to small number of players as DSD girls had bad luck with injuries.

Basketball season is over for DSD girls.

Final Season Record 7-14

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Illinois boys’ basketball

ISD 75  Pleasant Hill 61
Record (4-15)

Jamal Garner threw down four slam dunks on his way to a game-high 27
points, and Jordan Manges lit it up from outside with five 3-pointers
and 26 points. 

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Iowa boys’ basketball

Feb. 13
Great Plains School for the Deaf tourney (GPSD)

ISD VS Wisconsin School for the Deaf
55-21
(Won)

Elias Perez 21 pts/14 reb
DJ Meyer 5 ast/ 10 reb
Austin Gaines 10pts/ 9 reb/ 2 blk
Taylor Peterson 11pts/ 3 ast

Feb. 14
ISD VS Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf
40-54
(Lost)

Elias Perez 15pts/ 9 reb
DJ Meyer 11 pts/ 6 reb
Marcos Ibarra 7 pts/ 2 ast

Feb. 15
ISD VS Oklahoma School for the Deaf
75-64
(Won)

Elias Perez 24 pts/ 23 reb
DJ Meyer 8pts/ 7 ast
Marcos Ibarra 21 pts/ 8 reb
Taylor Peterson 8pts/8 reb

Result of GPSD tourney ISD boys 3rd place.

Our record for the 2013/2014 season is 13-9

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Learning Center girls’ basketball

2013-2014 Girls Independent League (GIL) All League Selections

TLC -
 *  Sara Goulart (#12)

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Minnesota basketball

Our girls defeated New Mexico, 57 to 25, to win the championship.

Our boys lost to Missouri for the championship

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Model boys’ basketball

MSSD 39
Spencerville 56

Arthur Hart 12 points, 11 rebounds
Kyle Lauderbaugh 11 points, 3 assists

MSSD 44
Lanham Christian 61

Arthur Hart 8 points, 8 rebounds
Marcus 7 points, 5 rebounds
Kyle Lauderbaugh 12 points, 4 rebounds
Rodney Burford 8 points
Antonio Jackson 6 points

MSSD 44
Spencerville 67

Arthur Hart 24 points, 9 rebounds
Kyle Lauderbaugh 9 points
Wilford 8 points, 5 rebounds

Team Record 8-14

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Oklahoma basketball

Thursday, February 13th
Girls

OSD – 35
Kansas – 51

Boys

OSD – 58
New Mexico – 43

Friday, February 14th

Girls 

OSD – 60
Iowa – 12

Boys

OSD – 37
Missouri – 48

Saturday, February 15th

Girls – Consolation Championship
OSD – 35
Missouri – 28

Boys – 3rd place game
OSD – 64
Iowa – 75

Girls record: 9 – 11
Boys record: 11 – 9

Cheerleading Competition

OSD – Runner-up and tied spirit stick

ALL-Tournament team:

Girls – Haley Runels
Boys – Alex McCool and Kentrell McCoy
Cheer squad: Montrell Adams and Va’Lecia Penney

Season is completed

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Rochester girls’ basketball

The Rochester Girls basketball team have repeated as ESDAA Division
II Champions with a win over American School for the Deaf. The
wildcats defeated the Tigers 55-45. Congratulations go out to Brianna
DiGiovanni and Gabby Simons for being named as first team all-stars.
 Allison Higgins was selected as a second team all-star and Marlena
Rauber as an honorable mention all-star. Congrats to all!!’

12-9 record

 

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Rochester boys’ basketball

RSD.             4.   19.    10.    8- 41
Syr Homeschool.  15.  15.     6.    8- 44

Chris Mitchell- 14 pts, 21 rebs, 2 asts, 7 stls, 7 bs
Tim Artinian- 11 pts, 3 rebs, 11 asts, 16 stls
Ryan Clark-Sulkey- 10 pts, 14 rebs, 8 stls
Dylan Benjamin- 6 pts, 1 rebs, 2 treys
Av DiGiovanni- 10 rebs, 4 stls

Record: 16-6
Deaf School: 9-1(lost to Indiana deaf school)
Conf: 4-4. Will play against Freedom Village in the playoff on Feb
24, Monday at Lyons Community Center 7:30 pm

Next game will be at Maryland School for the Deaf, ESDAA Div 1
tournament next weekend, will play against MSD on Feb 21, Friday,
8:00.

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Rochester girls’ basketball

The wildcats are at the ESDAA Division II Tournament this weekend. As
the first seed we had a bye in the first round. Today we took on St.
Mary’s in the semis. RSD jumped out with an early lead in the first
quarter and never looked back. Gabby Simons had a career best 28
points shooting 77% from 2- point range. Brianna DiGiovanni  had 17
points and Allison Higgins added 8 in the 55-30 victory!

We are 11-9 on the season and will take on the winner of the ASD vs
Delaware game in the championship.

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St Mary’s boys basketball

          The Bison’s had two games this week against Falk on
Tuesday,February 11th and West Seneca Christian on Thursday,Feb 13th.
The Bison’s improved greatly in these last two games!

 

On Tuesday against The Falk School, we lost by the score of 46 to 41.
Dustin Robinson had 29 points and 19 rebounds as well as 2 steals!
Baylen Oliver scored 6 points and grabbed 11 rebounds with 4 steals.
Dalton Planty chipped in with 6 points, 9 rebounds, and 3 steals.

 

West Seneca Christian was our last game of the season. We led many
times throughout the game but West Seneca walked out of our gym with
a victory by the score of 54 to 47. Dustin Robinson performed his
best and earned himself 29 points, 8 rebounds and 3 steals. Baylen
Oliver and Dalton Planty each scored 6 points as well as had 6
steals. Cole Rodgers and Joshua Meyers assisted by getting 4 points
and 2 points respectively.

 

Overall record: 1 win 12 loss  

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Tennessee boys’ basketball

Tennessee District 2A Tournament

#4 TSD Vikings defeat #5 Washburn 53-38

Advance to second round to play #1 Cosby tomorrow at 5:30

 

Record 15-9

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Wisconsin boys’ basketball

2/11/14
Wisconsin         56
Union Grove      45

2/13/14
Wisconsin      21
Iowa               55

2/14/14
Wisconsin     47
Arkansas      28

2/15/14
Kansas         29
Wisconsin     54

WSD boys basketball team finished 5th place for GPSD tournament.
Tanner Evans selected All-Tournament. We will play against
Oak Hill Christian tomorrow afternoon.

Overall Record: 8 – 11

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Wisconsin girls’ basketball

GPSD Tournament

2/13/14 
Arkansas         2      13      8       10      =33     
Wisconsin       18      10      14      0       =42
            

2/14/14
After team’s cold shooting night, Firebirds unable to hold lead in
loss to NM in 4th quarter. The Game began late after 10pm.

Wisconsin       8       8       11      5       =32
New Mexico      13      3       11      10      =37

3/4th Place
Lady Firebird bounced back and win 59-28 over Kansas for 3rd place.
Kori Koss scored high with 39 points with clock running. Ka Youa
Xiong added 10 points.

Wisconsin       26      10      19      4       =59
Kansas          4       8       8       8       =28

Lady firebirds also received Sportsmanship award

All tournament team:
Kori Koss
Anna Dorst

Record: 10-8

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Lake Tahoe Event 2014
U.S. Deaf Skiers and Snowboarders Association
March 19 – March 22, 2014
at Lake Tahoe

more information
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– Lake Tahoe Deaf Skiing week

– basketball updates

– updated basketball won/lost records

– Gallaudet updates

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

Warren’s 20-point career game sparks GU’s comeback over SUNY Cobleskill in OT
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wbkb/2013-14/releases/recap_cobleskill

Gallaudet men’s basketball

GU men’s basketball turns it over to SUNY Cobleskill
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mbkb/2013-14/releases/recap_cobleskill2

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

Saturday morning game

Kentucky School for the Deaf 69, North Carolina School for the Deaf
31

N.C. School f/t Deaf                4     11    20    31
Kentucky School f/t Deaf           28     43    53    69

N.C. School for the Deaf- Lucha 14, Isaac 11, Boone 4, Shelf 2, Duran
0.

KY School f/t Deaf (11-11)- Dillon Maynard 4, Ryan Mayes 8, Adam
Turner 7, Irvin Herrera 4, Bruce Gemmer 4, Ricky Hubbard 7, Cody
Downey 5, Jeffrey Couch 14, Jonathan Demaree 4, Jeremy Davis 8, Payne
Yance 4.

KSD- 31 of 57 from the field, 46 rebounds, 20 assists, 19 steals

Jeffrey Couch- 12 rebounds

Jeremy Davis- 9 rebounds

Bruce Gemmer- 6 assists, 5 rebounds, 3 steals

Irvin Herrera- 5 assists, 3 steals

Ryan Mayes and Payne Yance- 4 assists each

Saturday evening game

Kentucky School for the Deaf 54, Georgia School for the Deaf 24

Georgia School f/t Deaf             1       3     15    24
Kentucky School f/t Deaf           16      30     42    54

Georgia School for the Deaf- McTaggart 6, Martinez 7, Johnson 2,
Walton 5, Miles 2, Estrada 2.

KY School f/t Deaf (12-11)- Dillon Maynard 18, Ryan Mayes 8, Adam
Turner 19, Irvin Herrera 4, Bruce Gemmer 1, Jeffrey Couch 2, Payne
Yance 2.

KSD- 21 of 40 from the field, 49 rebounds, 15 assists

Adam Turner- 14 rebounds

Dillon Maynard- 13 rebounds

Ryan Mayes and Irvin Herrera- 4 assists each

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Model boys’ basketball

MSSD 52
Grace Christian Academy 70

Tarik Wallace 12 points, 3 steals
Arthur Hart 20 points, 12 rebounds
Wilford Troup 13 points
Antoine Jackson 6 rebounds

MSSD 41
King’s Christian Academy 57

Arthur 15 points, 14 rebounds
Kyle Lauderbaugh 7 points
Wilford Troup 7 points

MSSD 54
Maryland SD 64

Arthur 19 points, 20 rebounds
Kyle Laudberabugh 10 points
Wilford Troup 7 points, 5 rebounds
Marcus 5 points

Team Record:  8-11

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Phoenix girls’ basketball

Girls:

The PDSD girls’ regular season ended on sour note with a 50-19 loss
to Scottsdale Christian,  dampening their state playoffs hopes. The
second and third top scorers did not play due to conflicts and
injuries, and to make the matter worse, another starter was injured
and taken out of the game. The loss snapped its four game winning
streak.

The current record is 12 wins and 9 losses, a great improvement over
last season, thanks to three freshman starters. The two leading
scorers are freshmen. By next week, the team should hear from AIA
whether or not they will be in playoffs.

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Lake Tahoe Event 2014
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March 19 – March 22, 2014
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more information
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– Lake Tahoe Deaf Skiing week

– basketball updates

– wrestling update

– updated basketball won/lost records

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Atlanta Area basketball

Girls

AASD 32  Mill Spring Academy 13

Camry 10 points on game/74 on season/ 9 games = 8.2 point per game

Alondra Zepeda 14 points on games/ 68 on season/9 games = 7.6 points
per game

Record: 7-9

 

Boys

AASD 54 Mill Spring Academy 37

Justice Pyne 22 on games/87 on season/9 games = 9.6 point per game

Blair Roberts Jr  8 on games/72 on season/ 9 games= 8 point per game

Record: 10 – 6

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Iowa boys’ basketball

Feb. 2nd
ISD VS Sindey
59-29
(Won)

Feb. 6
ISD VS Heartland Christain
75-48
(Won)

ISD win/loss record
11-8

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

Kentucky School for the Deaf 54, Michigan School for the Deaf 23

Michigan School f/t Deaf      6      9     15    23
KY School f/t Deaf           10     29     43    54

Michigan School for the Deaf- Collins 11, Buckendahl 4, Robinson 2,
Mitchell 4, Blair 2.

KY School f/t Deaf (10-11)- Dillon Maynard 21, Ryan Mayes 14, Adam
Turner 13, Bruce Gemmer 3, Cody Downey 1, Jeffrey Couch 2.

With this win, KSD doubled the number of last season’s wins which was
five.

Dillon Maynard- Career-high 18 rebounds, 10 of 14 from the field, 3
assists

Adam Turner- 8 rebounds, 3 steals

Irvin Herrera- 3 steals, 3 assists

Cody Downey- 7 rebounds, 4 steals

Jonathan Demaree- 7 rebounds

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Lexington wrestling

Here the last 4 games before the New York State Tournament is
tomorrow!

 

January 28,2014  —- Wrestling Match – away

Results:  Lexington 12 — Martin Luther 48

Season Match Record 2-7

 

Finals Results:

108 Jamar Hughes — lost by pin, :53 sec.

122 Noah Aljahmi — lost by pin, :24 sec.

134 Tanvir Chowdhury — lost by pin, 2:35

147 Raymond Mukhailov — won by pin, :59 sec.

162 Randy Bayley — lost by pin, 3:57

197 Jesus Briones — lost by pin, 3:59

222 Taher Chowdhury — won by forfeit

 

January 29, 2014 —– Wrestling Match  — away

Results:  Lexington 21 —  MTA 15

 

Finals Results:
115 Jamar Hughes — lost by pin, 3:38

122 Noah Aljahmi — won by decision 7-5

132 Tanvir Chowdhury — lost by pin, 2:55

147 Raymond Mukhailov — won by pin, 1:23

162 Randy Bayley — lost by decision 2-9

192 Jesus Briones — won by pin, 1:24

222 Taher Chowdhury — won by pin, :27 sec.

But we lost by 5 forfeit and the Final score is 21-45

Season Match Record 2-8

 

 

February 4, 2014 —- Wrestling Match — home

We had the last home meet (Senior day) SOAR HIGH!! GO BLUEJAYS!!!

Results: Lexington 22 — Queens High School Application
Communication 18

 

Finals Results:

115 Jamar Hughes — won by decision 17-5

122 Noah Aljahmi — won by decision 9-8
128 Steven Ciprian — lost by pin, 3:25

134 Tanvir Chowdhury — lost by pin, 5:32

147 Raymond Mukhailov — won by pin, 2:30

162 Randy Bayley — won by decision 6-2

197 Jesus Briones — lost by pin, 4:40

222 Taher Chowdhury — won by pin, :43 sec.

But we lost by 4 forfeit and the Final score is 21-39

Season Match Record 2-9

 

February 6, 2014 —- Wrestling Match — away

Results: Lexington 30 — Knox 18

Season Match Record 3-8

 

Finals Results:

115 Jamar Hughes — won by forfeit

122 Noah Aljahmi — won by pin, 4:48

128 Steven Ciprian — won by pin, 1:25

134 Tanvir Chowdhury — lost by pin, 4:15

147 Raymond Mukhailov — lost by pin, 2:10
172 Randy Bayley — won by disqualification

184 Jesus Briones — lost by pin, 5:38

222 Taher Chowdhury — won by pin, 1:39

 

We wish our boys the best of luck New York State Tournament
 tomorrow at Long Island Lutheran High School in Brookville N.Y.

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Lexington boys’ basketball

Friday, February 7th
 
Lexington 32 Portledge 73
 
Locust Valley, N.Y. – Lexington traveled to Portledge with shorten
roster as Suraj Ghale could not play due to an injury, and another
player decided to quit at the last minute so we got walloped by a
GREAT team. Their playing talent were 3 times better than ours!
Portledge demonstrated great defense and great passing game. They
also had plenty of weapons as they made a lot of 3 pointer shots.
This was the highest 3 points made against us of the season. This was
Lexington’s final regular season game as we head off to ESDAA
Division 1 Basketball tournament next weekend.
 
Box Score:
Lexington: 8-3-13-8 = 32
Portledge: 27-9-13-22 = 73
 
Game Stats Leaders:
Points: Samer Abualya (14) & Jorge Ortega (13)
Rebounds: Jia Cheng Huang (5- 4 defensive)
Assists: Jorge Ortega & Jesse Grossman (2 each)
Blocked Shots: Jesse Grossman (4)
Steals: 4 tied with 1 steal each
 
Season Record: 8-8
 
Next game: ESDAA Division 1 Basketball Tournament Hosted by Maryland
School for the Deaf on February 14 – 16, 2014. We will face
Pennsylvania (PSD) in 1st round on Friday at 3 PM.

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Maryland boys’ basketball

Game #21

Model Secondary School for the Deaf @ Maryland School for the Deaf 

MSSD  -   8    18   15    13   =   54
MSD    -  15   17   18    14   =   64

Halftime –  MSD lead 32-26

MSD ORIOLES
Jake Grindstaff - 3 points
Carey Ballard - 3 points
Noah Valencia – 13 points, 10 assists
Jake Bonheyo - 8 points
Austin Latin – 2 points
Giovanni Maucere - 10 points, 6 rebounds, 5 assists, 4 steals
Tobi Lisoyi – 5 points, 4 rebounds
Yave Sanchez - 19 points
Jad Gore – 1 points

Team Total FG: 23
Team Total 3FG: 4 (Valencia 2, Ballard, Bonheyo)
Team Total FT: 14-34

MODEL SECONDARY EAGLES
Tarik Wallace – 6 points
Kyle Lauderbaugh – 10 points
Juan Sosa – 2 points
Duke Smith – 2 points
Arthur Hart – 19 points
Antonio Jackson – 2 points
Wilford Troup – 7 points
Ethan Ettienne – 1 point
Marcus Pointer – 5 points

Team Total FG: 18
Team Total 3FG: 1 (Wallace)
Team Total FT: 17-36

14-7 record

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Maryland girls’ basketball

February 7, 2014

Maryland Girls vs. Model Secondary School for the Deaf (MSSD)

Maryland      7      10     6    22= 45
MSSD          9       1     11    8= 29

Maryland  (16-7)
DeSimone 6, Weeks 2, K. Lewis 10, T. Lewis 21, Bahan 4, Bonheyo 2
Total – 19 – 7- 12= 45

Rebounds- T. Lewis 5, K. Lewis 10, Bonheyo 6
Steals- T. Lewis 7
Assists- DeSimone 6, T. Lewis 7

MSSD

Kingston 16, DeLao 2, Bodine 2, Wolcott 3, Scurry-Burns 6
Total – 10 – 8 – 11= 29

3-PT FG – 1 (Kingston)

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Wisconsin boys’ basketball

Early View Acad.    21    12    24    14     71
Wisconsin            8    10    14     8     40

Next game: Union Grove Christian away on February 11th

Record: 5 – 10

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March 19 – March 22, 2014
at Lake Tahoe

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– Lake Tahoe Deaf Skiing week

– basketball updates

– updated basketball won/lost records

– Gallaudet updates

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Gallaudet updates:

men’s basketball
Bison can’t weather the Storm in the second half, fall in overtime 67-63
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mbkb/2013-14/releases/recap_keuka2

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CSSD Girls
1st Wisconsin
2nd Indiana JV
3rd Michigan
4th Illinois
5th Ohio

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Indiana girls’ basketball

girls sectionals
Tindley vs. Indiana Deaf.

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Michigan girls’ basketball

1st game Thursday
ILLnois 6  2  0  5 = 15
MichSD4  8  2  5 = 18
Lynnette Dawson 11 pts & 6 steals
Hannah Wears 8pts & 4 rebounds

2nd game Friday
Indiana. 30  7   30   2 = 71
MSD.      7  10   7   2 = 23
L. Dawson 2 pts
H. Wears 13 pts
Rachel Chicky 8 pts & 11 rebounds

3rd game ( 3rd place )
ILL.   4   6   8   2 = 20
MSD. 5  5   12  3 = 25
Rebecca Davis 7 pts & 9 steals
L. Dawson  9 pts
H. Wears 6pts & 5 rebounds
R. Chicky 3 pts

All Star – Hannah Wears

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Model boys’ basketball

MSSD 83
Yeshiva 47

Tarik Wallace 13 points, 7 assists, 5 steals
Kyle Laudberbaugh 13 points, 4 rebounds
Arthur Hart 16 points, 9 rebounds, 6 steals
Antoine Jackson 10 points, 6 rebounds
Ethan Ettienne 11 points, 5 rebounds

MSSD 54
Calverton 50

Arthur Hart 9 points, 8 rebounds
Kyle Lauderbaugh 13 points
Duke Smith 10 points
Marcus Pointer 10 rebounds
Rodney Burford 9 points

MSSD 46
Calverton 59

Arthur Hart 21 points, 15 rebounds
Marcus Pointer 10 points, 6 rebounds

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Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

On February 1st, the Lady Panthers played host to the Lady Blue Jays
from Lexington School for the Deaf for our Annual Homecoming Game.
Our PSD girls fought tooth and nail for the Home Crowd, but came up a
little short by the score of 31-16. However, our young players
continue to show improvement. Yasmean Evans (8th grade) had another
busy day at the office with 6 points, 7 boards, 6 steals, 1 assist,
and 1 block. First year player Mecca Scott (6th grade) showed promise
by knocking down 2 baskets, 4 rebounds, and 1 steal. Freshman Biona
Hayes contributed with 3 points and 5 rebounds and Amanda Oritz (Fr.)
chipped in with 3 boards and a steal. Junior Kim Nguyen got into the
action with 3 points, 3 rebounds, and a couple of steals.
Our next game is on February 4th at Delaware School for the Deaf. It
is our last game before we head down to Maryland School for the Deaf
on Feb. 14-16 for the Annual ESDAA Tournament.

Season Record: 0-9

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Phoenix basketball

The Phoenix boys and girls teams brought home two championship
trophies from the Western States Basketball Classic that took place
at Washington School for the Deaf Jan. 30th-Feb. 1st.  In the
finales, the boys defeated Utah, 40-38, and the girls edged Arizona,
33-32 in overtime.These championships are the third one for the boys
and the fifth for the girls in school history.

Many thanks to the WSD community for the great atmosphere and
wonderful food, covering the games on its network, and taking care of
all the logistics.

Girls:
PDSD 33, Arizona 32 (OT) (WSBC Championship)
Record: 11-8
Next: Veritas Prep, Home, Tues., 5:30 pm

Boys:
PDSD 40, Utah 38 (WSBC Championship)
Record: 4-14
Next: Veritas Prep, Home, Tues., 7:00 pm

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Wisconsin boys’ basketball

Indiana JV      3     16    2     7        28
Wisconsin      11     10    7     12       40

1/31/14
Wisconsin       3     4     8     7       22
Illinois       12    17    14     4       47

2/1/14
Wisconsin     8      8     4     9      29
Ohio          7     17     1     9      34

* Note* : 13 out of 32 Free Throw attempts (Blow chance to retake
lead in 2nd half)

CSSD All-Tournament
Gunner Hahn
Damon Hopp
Jerome Payne

We will play against Early View (good team) tomorrow evening.

Record: 4 – 9

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March 19 – March 22, 2014
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– Lake Tahoe Deaf Skiing week

– wrestling update

– basketball updates

– updated basketball won/lost records

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Alabama girls’ basketball

 
Mason-Dixon Tournament at Virginia School for the Deaf

 

ASD 37  Mississippi  29

ASD 41  Virginia 26

 

Championship game:

 

ASD 42  Florida 39  

 

Next game: Winterboro at 5:00 tomorrow.  

 

Record: 14-6 

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Florida wrestling

Wrestling Match – Parker Duals Tournament @ Terry Parker HS
Result: placed 4th out of 15
teams                      

Season Match Record: 20 – 2  (Season End)

Result:  Paxon  (69 – 6) WIN
            Interlachen (66 – 18) WIN
            Robert Lee (60 – 24) WIN
            Mandarin (39 – 36) WIN
            University Christian (36 – 45) 1st Lost (Heartbreaking)
         Stanton (60 – 18) WIN
         Andrew Jackson (64 – 18) WIN
            Terry Parker (33 – 45) 2nd Lost

Last Friday, we traveled to Terry Parker HS for Parker Duals
Tournament.  There were 15 teams with two different pools.  In the
first three matches, FSDB showed strong determination and played hard
on the mat.  In the fourth and last match before the end of the day,
we played against a much larger school, Mandarin, who wrestled a very
competitive match.  We started at 126lbs. and we were down by 3
points going into the last match at 120lbs.  AJ Rice secured the team
and won his victory by pin.  FSDB grapplers continued to carry with a
winning streak of 18.  On the second day, we wrestled against
University Christian, #4 NE Florida Matmen. FSDB boys played hard and
didn’t give up until very last bout.  Again, AJ faced his “last
chance to win” but lost by a pin.  He and his opponent tried to pin
each other back and forth like a ping pong game.  It was by far the
best match FSDB grapplers wrestled.  The rest of day, the boys
continued to wrestle hard with a great and positive attitude and won
2 more matches before the consolation final.  In the final match, we
did not win this time but we, the coaches, are still proud of our
team for an overall great tournament.  We finally have something to
bring home, a beautiful trophy!   We really are proud of the boys for
putting in 110% effort and hard work.  Our final record is 20 – 2
season end.  Please congratulate the boys on their efforts when you
see our wrestlers.  

This Saturday, we will travel to Episcopal High School at 9 AM for
the district so come out and support our boys.  Go Dragons!

Individual Stats: Summary 8 matches (record for tournament)
106: Diego Garcia (3-2)
106: Sean Cosslett (3-0)
113: Jake Tesser (7-1)
120: AJ Rice (2-1)
120: Nick Thompson (2-1)
120: Tyree Singleton (2-0)
126/132: Setth Snow (8-0)
132/126: Jose Mercado (8-0)
138: Marcus Maldonado (7-1)
145: Kyle McCreath (3-5)
152: Nick Stanfield (2-6)
160/170: Wesley Homewood (7-1)
170/160: Michael Shoemaker (3-5)
182: Imed Touahri (6-2)
195: Thad Smith (4-4)
220: Jordan Philyor (6-2)
HWT: None

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Florida girls’ basketball

FSDB vs Alabama School for the Deaf             1/25/14
Varsity Lady Dragons
1st Quarter- 7-8                        Record: 11-8
2nd Quarter- 15-17                      
3rd Quarter- 22-34                                              
4th Quarter- 39-43

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Indiana boys’ basketball

Indiana Boys Basketball stands at 7-4 after school closing and
cancelled games.

In the Clerc: 

ISD 61-54 over Rochester
ISD 44-38 over Model
ISD lost to CSD 34-44
ISD defeated Baptist Academy 61-60

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Learning Center boys’ basketball

TLC played final home game against league opponent International
School of Boston. We played very decent with strong defense however
they got advantage of our miscues and poor FT’s. We lost 33-46. We
had senior night for our only senior Darlyn Vidal. We appericated and
pleased that he played very hard and big passion to the game. We will
miss him!

For the 3 C’s, the core values of The Learning Center for the Deaf,
we would like to recognize following players for their excellent
demonstration of those values-

Character- Darlyn Vidal 8 rebounds, 3 assists, 2 steals.
Competence- Ro Centeio 9 points, 6 rebounds, 2 assists, 3 steals.
Community- Ian Christian 11 points, 9 rebounds, 2 steals.

Next game – Wednesday, January 29, At Newman School, league oppoent

Record 4-10

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Learning Center girls’ basketball

Elizabeth Seton Academy (ESA) came to The Learning Center for the
Deaf for a league contest.  ESA was leading most of the game. We
changed our defense and finally led at the end of the game. However,
ESA made game winning free throw shot with 1.6 seconds left of the
game.  It was a good hard fought game for both of us.

For the 3 C’s, the core values of The Learning Center for the Deaf,
we would like to recognize following players for their excellent
demonstration of those values-

Character – Isabella Bucci (6th) – 3 rebounds, 1 assist & 1 steal

Competence- Heather Hall (fr) – 6 points, 5 rebounds, 1 block

Community- Sara Goulart (sr) – 9 points, 19 rebounds, 4 assists & 3
 steals

Next game: Tuesday, 1/28 at Boston University Academy

Record: 4 – 14

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Model boys’ basketball

MSSD 73
Southern MD Christian 38

Arthur Hart 27 points, 14 rebounds, 4 blocked shots
Ethan Ettienne 15 points, 8 rebounds
Wilford Troup 14 points

Record 5-7

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South Carolina boys’ basketball

NCSD-  2  4  14 11-31
SCSDB- 24  16  6 6-52

SCSDB- 12 20 16 14-62
KSD-  8 12 17 6 -43

SCSDB-14 3 5 8- 30
ASD-  15 15 8 8- 56

TSD- 15 22 22 13-72
SCSDB- 22 7 13 14 – 56

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Tennessee basketball

The basketball games tonight at Clinch High School will be
rescheduled due to school closings.

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Lake Tahoe Event 2014
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