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15

2019/02/15

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DeafDigest Sports – February 15, 2019

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– basketball scores

– random deafsports thoughts

– Gallaudet baseball & swimming

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 2/15/19)
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Gallaudet swimming

Gallaudet swim teams ready for 2019 NEAC championships at Cazenovia this
weekend

CAZENOVIA, N.Y. – The Gallaudet men’s and women’s swimming & diving teams
will head north this weekend for the 2019 North Eastern Athletic
Conference (NEAC) championships (Feb. 15-17) at Cazenovia College in the
Schneeweiss Athletic Complex.

Sophomore Ben Sealts (Ottawa, Ohio) took home 2018 NEAC Men’s Swimmer of
the Year and 2018 NEAC Men’s Rookie of the Year. GU head coach Larry
Curran was named the 2018 NEAC Men’s Swimming & Diving Coach of the Year.

DeafDigest Sports note:
just hope Sealts will continue his top notch performances. He is the
reason why the Gallaudet swimming program is competitive.

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Gallaudet baseball

GU baseball ranked eighth in NEAC coaches preseason poll

GU finished the 2018 season with a 9-29-1 record and a 6-12 NEAC mark. The
Bison received 26 total points in the 10-team poll.

2019 NEAC Baseball Preseason Poll

Penn St.-Berks (6)
Penn College (3)
Penn St.-Abington (1)
Keuka
Lancaster Bible
SUNY Polytechnic
Wells
GALLAUDET
Cazenovia
SUNY Cobleskill

DeafDigest Sports note:

Just hope the baseball team will break into the double-digit win totals
this season.

In the past four seasons, the team won 9, 9, 9 and 8 games, so there
definitely is a 10-win glass ceiling!

This is the final season for senior Cameron Upton. He had a great season
last season and hope he will exceed it this season.

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Arizona boys’ basketball

Our Boys  basketball season is over.. Our final record is 15- 8.

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Fremont

CSD girls basketball won two games.

CSD (70) vs Holy Names (38)

CSD (90) vs North Hills (16)

The new record is 22-4

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Fremont sports

We are still continuing our winter sports season.  Girls Basketball will
host the NCS Quarterfinals on Saturday at 7pm against South Fork and the
Cheerleaders will continue their season along the way.  The last remaining
qualifying wrestler, Amanda Vega will wrestle in the female sectionals
tomorrow.

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Illinois Deaf Boys Basketball

Carrollton    66
Illinois Deaf 41

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Maryland SD Boys’ Basketball – Game #23

Game #23

February 14, 2019

Loudoun County Patriots @ Maryland School for the Deaf

1     2     3     4    =  Total
LCP -  12     6   20     6   =   50
MSD – 14   12     8    13  =   47

Halftime -  MSD led 26-24

MSD ORIOLES
Eric Long – 5 points, 5 steals, 4 rebounds
Rory Lewis – 22 points, 3 assists, 5 steals
Miguel Pavao – 3 points,5 rebounds, 3 assists, 4 steals
Enow Otto – 7 points, 8 rebounds, 2 blocks
Jason Werner – 7 points, 3 rebounds, 4 assists
Rayston Fonseca -  3 points, 3 rebounds

Team Total FG:  15
Team Total 3FG:  5 (Lewis 3, Long, Pavao)
Team Total FT:  12-19

LOUDOUN COUNTY PATRIOTS
Noah Mitchell – 10 points
Scott Mitchell – 6 points
Chris Zemnick – 3 points
John LaRock – 15 points
Seth Richardson – 16 points

Team Total FG:  20
Team Total 3FG:  7 (Richardson 4, N. Mitchell 2, Zemnick)
Team Total FT:  3-5

Record:  18-5

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High School Varsity Girls Basketball Game #24

Maryland School for the Deaf vs St. Maria Goretti

1      2     3     4   =  Total

MSD -    17    13    12    13   =  55

SMG -    13     7     11    13   = 44

MSD

C. Lummer – 4 points, 3 rebounds, 2 steals, 3 assists

C. Perry – 19 points, 8 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 block

R. Guettler – 14 points, 4 steals, 1 assist

E. Kovacs – 4 points, 5 rebounds, 1 steal, 1 assist, 1 charge

C. Salit – 14 points, 1 rebound, 2 steals, 4 assists

M. Luebehusen – 1 assist

Team FG: 18

Team 3-FG: 4 (Guettler, Salit 3)

Team FT: 7-12

ST. MARIA GORETTI

P. Kirchner – 9 points

B. Dockman – 2 points

A. Jean-Jacques – 8 points

J. Hockaday – 2 points

P. Demory – 8 points

M. Rice – 8 points

C. Ziniach – 7 points

TEAM FG: 18

TEAM 3-FG: 1 (Kirchner)

TEAM FT: 5-9

Record: 21-3

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Missouri School for the Deaf boys’ basketball

February 14, 2019

Missouri Military Academy     18   16   6    7  =  47
Missouri School for the Deaf   5    11   6   11 = 33

MSD
Mikal Meriwether  19 points, and 5 rebounds
Jayden Riordan          7 points,  4 rebounds, and 5 assists
Hezeki Smoot            4 points, 4 assists and 6 steals

6- 11 overall 11-11

MMA
Conner Stugart and Kalisa Clavis 10 points each

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New Mexico basketball

V boys
Wednesday, 2/13
NMSD 86
Jemez Valley 64

NMSD boys defeated Jemez Valley HS with a final score of 86-64 for our
19th win of the basketball season. NMSD boys team also improved to 3-0 in
District 7A.

At halftime, we led 40-33.  In order to stop their hot outside shooter, we
told our boys that their defense needs to be more consistent and alert.
As a team, everyone stepped up and we dominated Jemez Valley. Mission
accomplished.  Deven Thompson led a trio of MONSTER scoring with 42 points
and 17 rebounds (a double-double) while Bruce Brewer Jr added 19 points (5
treys) and 12 assists. Luis Villalobos finished with 17 points and 3
steals.

Record 19-5
District 3-0

Tuesday, 2/12
NMSD 65
Walatowa 51

Our boys did well against Walatowa considering they were worn out from
GPSD weekend.  We were impressed with our boys because they were able to
move on from bad calls that were made throughout the game.  Senior Deven
Thompson made 25 points, 25 rebounds and 8 rebounds. Freshman Dustin Hand
added 12 points of his own.

Overall record 18-5
District 2-0

V Girls
Wednesday 2/13
NMSD 22
Jemez Valley

Our girls lost to Jemez Valley. We lost with a final score of 62-22. We
were able to keep up with them until the last quarter. Our girls have
improved since the last game versus Jemez Valley. Lindsay Hand made 11
points. Victoria Baca had 3 steals. Mya Malone made 7 points and 15
rebounds. Our girls played hard throughout the game, and we are proud of
them.

Record 7-13
District 0-7

Tuesday 2/12
NMSD 21
Walatowa 68

Our girls lost to Walatowa Charter School with a final score of 21-68. The
girls had a slow start and played catch up during the rest of the game.
The stats for the game includes Lindsay Hand with 13 points. Victoria Baca
had 6 points. Martina Estrada-Rodarte had 10 rebounds.

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Rhode Island

RISD Boys Basketball Recaps 2/8 – 2/10

RISD Boys Basketball

*Friday 2/8*

RISD – 35
MKSD – 57

*Saturday 2/9*

RISD -   – 20
VSDB -  – 27

*Sunday 2/10*

NYSSD – 28
RISD – 41

*RISD Boys Basketball Record*: 8-11
*Next Game*: Thursday, February 14 vs. Community Prep (4:45 P.M.)

RISD finished in 5th place for the 4th consecutive year. We hope to
improve
upon this for next year, but it will be tough with us losing three valued
contributors. We will wrap up our season as an guest team at ESDAA
Division
1 Boys’ Basketball Tournament, hosted by Marie Philip School on
Saturday/Sunday.

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Tennessee girls’ basketball

District tournament

Cosby 82 Tennessee 26

5-18

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West Virginia boys’ basketball

We are down to 6 players due to injuries and they played some of their
best basketball.  We lose to Legacy Christian Academy 59-50.

Jeffrey Simpson – 25 points

Zack Stump – 17 points

Jacob Buchanan – 8 points.

Record so far is 2-9. Have 2 more games in the season.  2/19/19 against
Hancock and 2/21/19 against Lighthouse Christian Academy

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random deafsports thoughts

newspaper story headline today

New Jersey limits high school football practices to 15 minutes
of tackling per week

would it help improve football roster numbers at deaf schools
if the 15-minute tackling per week rule was enforced?

Even at the bigger “Clerc-sized” deaf schools, football
roster numbers have alwys been low – around 20 boys
per season!

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Feb
14

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DeafDigest Sports – February 14, 2019

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– basketball scores

– Gallaudet basketball; a high scoring game; a stunning last second upset

– random deafsports thoughts

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 2/14/19)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Gallaudet basketball

women’s:
Bison keep it 100 against Lancaster Bible

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University women’s basketball team swept
Lancaster Bible College for the first time in program history here
Wednesday night. The Bison dispatched the Chargers and won 100-85 on
Padden Court in the Field House on “Play4Kay” night.

men’s
Martin’s last-second shot stuns Lancaster Bible as GU celebrates Senior
Night

WASHINGTON – Junior guard Trace Martin (Shingle Springs, Calif.) made one
basket on Wednesday night but it was the most important one.

Martin’s late-game heroics propelled Gallaudet University to a stunning
73-71 upset of Lancaster Bible College in a North Eastern Athletic
Conference (NEAC) South Division showdown. The Bison (6-18, 6-9 NEAC)
handed the Chargers (14-10, 11-4 NEAC) their first south division loss
this season.

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Gallaudet baseball

Gallaudet season opener vs. Valley Forge moved up to Friday

WASHINGTON – The 2019 season opener for the Gallaudet University baseball
team has been moved up to Friday, Feb. 15, due to inclement weather in the
forecast for this weekend.

The Bison will play host to the University of Valley Forge at noon. The
non-conference doubleheader will take place at Hoy Field.

The season opener was originally scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 17.

Last year, Gallaudet swept the season opener against Valley Forge with 6-0
and 5-1 wins.

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Fremont basketball

boys:
newspaper score
No. 4 Mendocino 79, No. 13 California School for the Deaf 57

girls:
newspaper score
No. 2 California School for the Deaf 90, No. 15 North Hills Christian 16

girls’ next game:
from newspaper
No. 7 South Fork (10-13) at No. 2 California School for the Deaf (23-3), 7 p.m.

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Maryland boys’ basketball

Mount Airy Christian Academy @ Maryland School for the Deaf

1     2     3     4    =  Total
MAC -  12   13   10   22   =   57
MSD -  31   16   19   23   =   89

Halftime -  MSD led 47-25

MSD ORIOLES
Eric Long – 14 points
Rory Lewis – 30 points
Miguel Pavao – 7 points
Amaree McKenstry-Hall – 2 points
Enow Otto – 8 points
Jason Werner – 18 points
Rayston Fonseca -  8 points
Gabriel Asante-Kwakye – 2 points

Team Total FG:  35
Team Total 3FG:  9 (Lewis 6, Long 2, Pavao)
Team Total FT:  10-12

MT. AIRY CHRISTIAN LIONS
Jacob Brethauer – 3 points
Nathan Stein – 12 points
Christian Eppich – 8 points
Sam Finch – 1 point
Sam Carroll – 6 points
Connor Gilbert – 5 points
Mark Webster – 19 points
Micah Lawson – 3 points

Team Total FG:  21
Team Total 3FG:  7 (Webster 5, Brethauer, Gilbert)
Team Total FT:  8-15

Record:  18-4

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Maryland girls’ basketball

High School Varsity Girls Basketball Game #23

Maryland School for the Deaf vs Mount Airy Christian Academy

1      2     3     4   =  Total

MSD -    11     16    22    16   =  65

MACA -   12    11    14    17   = 54

MSD

C. Lummer – 2 points, 1 rebound, 1 steal, 3 assists

C. Perry – 20 points, 6 rebounds, 3 steals, 5 assists, 1 block

R. Guettler – 22 points, 3 steals, 6 assists

E. Kovacs – 6 points, 6 rebounds, 1 steal, 2 assists

A. Cohen -  2 points, 1 assist

C. Salit – 7 points, 4 rebounds, 1 steal, 8 assists

M. Luebehusen – 6 points, 6 rebounds, 1 steal, 1 block

Team FG: 29

Team 3-FG: 1 (Salit)

Team FT: 4-5

MOUNT AIRY CHRISTIAN ACADEMY

E. Eppich – 14 points

V. D’Ambrosi – 7 points

J. Bowen – 12 points

G. Hegler – 8 points

K. Bowen – 13 points

TEAM FG: 19

TEAM 3-FG: 3 (Eppich 2, K. Bowen)

TEAM FT: 7-9

Record: 20-3

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Michigan boys’ basketball

Landmark defeated  the Tartars with the score of 61 to 17. We are
now 0-13.

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Minnesota boys’ basketball

part of newspaper story

The Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf boys basketball team was unable
to grab a road win Wednesday in Edina. Host Chesterton Academy (10-5)
downed the MSAD Trojans (4-13) 55-34.

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Model boys’ basketball

Washington International School 36
Model School 60

Record:  11-10

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New Mexico boys’ basketball

newspaper story

New Mexico School for the Deaf 82, Jemez Valley 64

The Roadrunners improved to 3-0 in 7-1A play and are a win away from
hitting the 20-win mark and tying the school record for wins in a season
they set last year.

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New York girls’ basketball

The Lady Golden Tornadoes were seeded 6th seed entering the 43rd ESDAA
Division 1 Tournament hosted by Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf
(WPSD).

The first game was against the 3rd seed, Marie Philip School (MPS). During
the 1st half the Lady Golden Tornadoes went basket for basket with MPS
until the ending the 2nd quarter trailing by 6 points. In the 2nd half,
MPS outscored the Lady Golden Tornadoes and ending the game with a final
score of 15-36.

The next day the Lady Golden Tornadoes played in the Consolation
Championship (5th place) against American School for the Deaf (ASD).
Trailing in the first half by 3 points, the Lady Golden Tornadoes
regrouped and with a great team effort they defeated the ASD tigers 35-24,
winning the Consolation Championship!

The Lady Golden Tornadoes returned home with 3 awards. Consolation
Champions, the Sportsmanship Award, which was voted by coaches from the
other teams in the tournament, and Britney P. made the All-Tournament
Team.

Congratulations Lady Golden Tornadoes!

The season is not over yet! Our next game is against EF for the WIAA
playoffs on Monday, February 25th.

8-13 record

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Rochester boys’ basketball

Game # 20 vs. Hope hall

Score: 37-72 lost

Led Thomas 13 points and 7 steals, followed Mikalo 10 points and 10
rebounds.

Player of the game goes to Micheal Pachuilo

Record: 9-12

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random deafsports thoughts

Seems many sports writers do not understand the
difference between NCAA-I and NCAA-III rules.

They write up announcements of local high school
athletes signing papers, accepting NCAA-III athletic
scholarships, including those that are Gallaudet-bound!

Gallaudet has never offered athletic scholarships;
in fact, it is not allowed at all. Academic scholarships,
yes, but athletic scholarships, no.

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Feb
13

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DeafDigest Sports – February 13, 2019

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Hot DeafSports News at:
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– basketball scores

– random deafsports thoughts

– ESDAA Div II Boys Basketball Results

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

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ESDAA Div II Boys Basketball Results

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

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

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

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

Awards

MVP: Bode Aggas – Rochester

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

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

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Illinois Deaf Boys Basketball

Routt Catholic 71
Illinois Deaf      20

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

Light Eagles At Kentucky School for the Deaf

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

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

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Missouri School for the Deaf boys’ basketball

February 12, 2019

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

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

MSD Record   6 – 10    overall 11- 10

Calvary Lutheran JV
Will Struthman  13 points
Cody McFurland  8 points

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Ohio School for the Deaf girls vs Liberty Christian at OSD

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

Ohio Deaf Girls vs LC

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

Results 9-10

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Rhode Island

RISD Girls Basketball Recaps 2/8-2/10

RISD Girls Basketball

*Friday 2/8*

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

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

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

*Saturday 2/9*

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

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

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

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

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

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Tennessee girls’ basketball

Girls

District Tournament

Cosby 58 Tennessee 24

5-16 record

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Wisconsin girls’ basketball

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

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

Record 13-7

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random deafsports thoughts

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

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

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12

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DeafDigest Sports – February 12, 2019

barry@deafdigest.com
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Hot DeafSports News at:
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– basketball scores

– ESDAA-II girls’ basketball scores and awards

– random deafsports thoughts

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 2/12/19)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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ESDAA-II girls’ basketball scores and awards

The Wildcats bring home both crowns!  Here is more information about the
Girls tournament.

*42nd Girls ESDAA Division II Basketball Tournament Results-2019*

*Hosted by Rochester*

Competitions

Tom Berry Team 21

Rochester

Kelly Butterworth Team Lay-ups

Rochester

Anne Kist Team Foul Shooting

Rochester

Managers Competition

JyJija Bratten Delaware

All Stars

Most Valuable Player

School

Courtney Gentzke

Rochester

School

1   Courtney Gentzke

Rochester

2.   McKenna Girod

Rochester

3.   Julia Ott

Rochester

4.   De’Avian Watson

MKSD

5.   Kallie Ruggieri

MKSD

6.    Najajah Wilson

MKSD

7.  Cameron Cole

SMSD

8.  Kioneyshka Alvira-Jurado

SMSD

9.  Amelia Berg

DSD

10.  Yasmin Sicaju

Rhode Island

*Jim McCarthy Team Sportsmanship *

Selected by the coaches and given to the team that demonstrates the ideals
of sportsmanship:   ____MKSD_____________

*Anne Leo Courage Award:    ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­_Avion
Henderson RSD / Emely
Benitez DSD*

*Broken Clipboard Award  __Carolynne_Reed__MKSD______*

3rd Place __St. Mary’s___________

2nd Place __MKSD___________

John Carty Champions:  ______Rochester________

Games

*Friday:*

RSD 44 vs. Cornerstone 46

#4 Rhode Island  22  #5 Delaware 28

#2 New Jersey  46    # 3 St. Mary’s 42

*Saturday:*

MKSD 39  Destiny 57

RI 18  SMSD 40

Del. 21 RSD 46

*Sunday:*

SMSD 28   Del  19

RSD 68   MKSD 30

Seedings for 2020

1.     Rochester

2.    St. Mary’s

3.    Delaware

4.    Rhode Island

5.    MKSD

6.    Rome

7.   West Virginia

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Fremont sports

Welcome to the Northern Coast Section!  The Girls Basketball team earned
the #2 seed in the Division Six playoffs after a dominating finish,
winning the BCL League Championship.  The Boys team has improved so much
in the last three weeks and battled hard in the BCL League Championship
game and got themselves in the NCS as a #13 seed.  Good luck to both teams
and the Cheerleaders for continuing a very long season!

The Wrestling team has one more individual left who has qualified for the
NCS, best of luck to Amanda Vega this weekend!  The Track and Field team
has very many athletes who are still playing winter sports but they have
their first League Meet on Thursday with some athletes.

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: ESTHER BISER – Our junior point guard is a big reason
why our girls has finished the regular season strong and enter the NCS
with high aspirations.  She is important to our defense on the top of the
key with her length and speed which often leads to fast break
opportunities.  On offense, she keeps a good control of our plays as a
point guard and has been hitting big three pointers.  Most importantly,
she has been playing hard with a great attitude all year long!

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Fremont boys’ basketball

Bay Counties League Championship – Feb 9

#1 Oakland Military Institute – 52
#3 CSD – 45

CSD had a 29-21 halftime lead but OMI with their 7 seniors came back with
a 31-16 second half to win their third straight BCL Championship.

Leo Vergara and Enos Zornoza received all-tournament honors.

Leo Vergara 1st Team All-League
Luke Bella 2nd Team All-League
Miles Gonzalez Honorable Mention

However, season is not over as we received an at-large bid to play in the
North Coast Section Division 6 Playoffs. We are the #13 seed and will play
#4 Mendocino which is 188 miles away on Wednesday, Feb 13.

CSD is now 12-13 on the season.

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Illinois Deaf Boys Basketball

Calhoun       63
Illinois Deaf 32

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North Carolina boys’ basketball

February 8 at Kentucky SD gym
NCSD                     7      14   4  16-41
Ohio SD                17   15   6   6-44

February 9 at Kentucky SD gym
NCSD                     20   11   17   7-55
Georgia SD          15   10   16  19-60

NCSD                     10   4    16   11-60
Kentucky SD       7     7      6     4-24

End of the season

Team record 5-13

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Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

PSD Girls Panthers ESDAA 43rd Annual Tournament Basketball result, 2/8 -
2/10

On Saturday 2/9, the Lady Panthers played Lexington in the semi finals.
The Lady Panthers played an outstanding game on both offense and defense.
The game was competitive throughout all 4 quarters and even went in to
overtime! However, there were some mistakes PSD made in overtime that put
Lexington ahead to win the game. Although it was a heartbreaking loss, the
girls played with so much passion and heart. We were so proud. In the
game, Maysan had a double double with 19 points and 13 rebounds. Natalya
had 7 points, 14 rebounds and 4 blocks.

Final Score:
PSD-28 Lex-31

On Sunday 2/10, the Lady Panthers played the last game of the season Marie
Philips in a battle for 3rd place. The girls were still a bit off from the
game verse Lex, and came into the game on their heels. MPS was able to
stop our offense by playing very physical defense and were able to shoot
three pointers to win the game. MPS ended up beating PSD for 3rd place. In
the game, Maysan had 11 points and 9 rebounds, Natalya had 7 points, and
14 rebounds. Gia had 9 points and 6 steals. Trinity had 11 rebounds.

Final score :
PSD-28 MPS-35

In the tournament, the Lady Panthers finished in 4th place. Maysan Id-deen
also won a spot on the All Star team!

Please congratulate your Lady Panthers on a great season. We are so proud
of them and can’t wait until next season! Thanks for all the staff who
supported us this season and showing your #PSDPride!

Final Record: 14-6

Champions: Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf
Runner-up: Lexington School for the Deaf
3rd Place: Marie Philip School for the Deaf
4th Place: Pennsylvania School for the Deaf
Consolation Champions: New York School for the Deaf
6th Place: American School for the Deaf

Vicki White Sportsmanship Award: New York School for the Deaf

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St Mary’s boys basketball

The Bisons had their last game before the tournament tonight as they faced
New Life Christian. The Bisons hung around within striking distance, but
were unable to catch up. The team hopes to improve and correct errors
before they head to West Virginia this weekend. Isa Habeeb led the team
with 9 points, Nick Barrus had 7 points, Ryan Brzezinski had 4 points,
Adnan Abdi had 3 points and Michael Norris and Givom Blackwell each had 2
points for the Bisons.

Record 2-12

Game: SMSD vs New Life Christian 27:53

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Tennessee basketball

Girls

Berean Christian 60 Tennessee 39

Boys

Berean Christian 65 Tennessee 35

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Western Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

@ Cornerstone Prep

WPSD 58 – CP 86

Elliott – 18 points
DяяAmore – 17 points
Harclerode – 13 points

Record 11 – 12

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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

WPSD 29 – Cornerstone Prep Christian Academy 44

Points
Danielle Fisher – 14
Olivia Larson  – 5
Ryane Smalley  – 4
Cheyenne Sloan  – 4

Record
8 won – 12 lost

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random deafsports thoughts

If one reads the sports pages about University of
Mississippi forfeiting 33 football wins because of
recruiting violations, then it was mentioned that
past coach Houston Nutt lost six wins.

His father was Houston Nutt, Sr. Past coach
Nutt, Jr is a Coda.

The late father was a long time coach and athletic
director at Arkansas School for the Deaf, and has
the athletic complex named after him.

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– basketball scores

– tournament championship scores

– Gallaudet basketball updates

– random deafsports thoughts

– Texas girls basketball

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

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

GAME #6 – EXHIBITION GAME

NYSD      2    8    2   4    16

ASD        0    1    2    2      5

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

ASD – Vasquez – 3 points and Page – 2 points

GAME #7 (Third place game)

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

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

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

GAME #8 (CHAMPIONSHIP GAME)

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

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

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

AWARDS

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Champions                                   Western PA School for the Deaf

Runner-Ups                        Lexington School for the Deaf

3rd place                                          Marie Philip School for
the Deaf

4th place                                          Pennsylvania School for
the Deaf

Consolation Champions              New York School for the Deaf16

Championship Game MVP       Cheyenne Sloan, WPSD

, and

Vicki White Sportsmanship Award

New York School for the
Deaf

All-Tournament Team

Emily Pagan – ASD                            Maysan Id-deen – PSD

Gigi Zheng – LEX                            Dorgianny Flores-Reyes – LEX

Zora Elliott-Mendelsohn – MPS       Danielle Fisher – WPSD

Britney Pon – NYSD                            Shayla Rochette – MPS

Cheyenne Sloan – WPSD                     Ryane Smalley – WPSD

Heidy De La Rosa – LEX

SKILLS COMPETITIONS

Team Free Throws                     Lexington School for the Deaf

Team Lay-Ups                             Lexington School for the Deaf

Team Twenty-One                     Lexington School for the Deaf

Knock-Out Champion              Ryane Smalley, WPSD

Hot-Shot Champions              Gigi Zheng, Lexington

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ESDAA Division II Girls

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

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

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Gallaudet basketball

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Fremont  basketball

part of two newspaper stories

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

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

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Georgia basketball

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

SEASON FINISHED: 4-16-0

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

SEASON FINISHED: 10-16-0

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Kentucky girls’ basketball

Kentucky Homecoming games

2/8 & 2/9

KSD games

KSD vs GSD 42-39

KSD vs Ohio 30-34

KSD vs NCSD 38-27

Records of 2/10 is 4-14

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Model boys’ basketball

10-10 record to date; season is still continuing

went 3-3 since Clerc tournament

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St Mary’s girls’ basketball

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

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

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

Final Record….3 wins and 10 losses.

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Texas girls basketball

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

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random deafsports thoughts

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

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

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

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

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– ESDAA-I girls NOTICE

– basketball scores

– Gallaudet indoor track updates

– Gallaudet basketball updates

– ESDAA tournament scores

– random deafsports thoughts

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 2/10/19)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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ESDAA-I girls NOTICE

With weather looming we have decided to move the game times
half hour earlier

Third place to begin at 1015 am instead of 1045

The championship game will begin at 12 noon
instead of 1230 pm

Keep this in mind if you wish to watch it on livestream

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

DAY 2 of the 43rd ESDAA Girls Basketball Tournament

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9th

SKILL COMPETITIONS

TEAM FREE THROWS CHAMPIONS – Lexington

TEAM LAY-UPS  CHAMPIONS – Lexington

TEAM 21 CHAMPIONS – Lexington

INDIVIDUAL HOT SHOT CHAMPION – Gigi Zheng – Lexington

KNOCK OUT CHAMPION – Ryane Smalley, Western PA

GAME #3

NYSD    9    4    11    11    35

ASD     12  4       6      2     24

NYSD – B. Pon – 17, Campos – 7, Persaud – 6, S. Pon – 3, and K. Herrera -
2

ASD – Page – 12, Pagan – 6, Casella – 4, and Vasquez – 2

GAME #4

PSD     8    5    7    5    3    28

LEX     4    12   3   6    6    31

PSD – Id-deen – 20, Gilmore – 7, and DiGiacomo – 1

LEX – De La Rosa – 12, Zheng – 8, A. Vitucci and Tun – 4 each, and
Flores-Reyes – 3

GAME #5

MPS         0     8    3    10    21

WPSD     11    8    7    10    36

MPS – Rochette – 11, Elliott-Mendelsohn – 8, and Child – 2

WPSD – Sloan and Fisher – 12 each, Smalley – 10, and Larson – 2

TOMORROW (Sunday, February 10th)

9:00 a.m. – (EXHIBITION GAME) American vs New York-Fanwood

10:45 a.m. – THIRD PLACE GAME – Pennsylvania vs Marie Philip

12:30 p.m. – CHAMPIONSHIP GAME – Lexington vs Western Pennsylvania

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ESDAA-II girls’ basketball tournament scores

*Friday*
Rochester 44   Bye Team-Cornerstone  46
Rhode Island 22  Delaware  28
St. Mary’s 42  New Jersey 46

Saturday results from Girls Division II
MKSD 39. Bye Team Destiny 57
RI 18. SMSD 40
Delaware 21 Rochester 46 (championship finals)

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Great Plains boys’ championship finals

Oklahoma – 62
Kansas – 60

Great Plains girls’ championship finals

Championship – 4 seat vs 2 seat
4 – Oklahoma 37
2 – Wisconsin 28

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Gallaudet basketball

men’s
Bison storm back to upend Keuka in overtime

KEUKA PARK, N.Y. – The Gallaudet University men’s basketball team rallied
in the second half and forced overtime here Saturday against Keuka College
in a North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) cross-divisional game. In
the extra period, GU scored 19 points to hand the Wolves a 91-84 defeat.

Gallaudet (5-17, 5-8 NEAC) erased a 15-point lead Keuka (9-11, 6-7 NEAC)
held early in the second half. The Bison were able to whittle down the
margin and forced the extra frame after sophomore guard Preston Kelly
(Fishers, Ind.) made a jumper with six seconds left.

In overtime, junior guard Noah Valencia (Riverside, Calif.) made eight of
his game-high 40 points, including two of his eight 3-pointers. Valencia
finished with 40 points, four steals, three assists and three rebounds.

women’s
Gallaudet’s six-game win streak snapped by Keuka on the road, 76-73

KEUKA PARK, N.Y. – A final 3-point attempt by Gallaudet University’s
women’s basketball team came up short as the visiting Bison fell, 76-73,
to Keuka College here Saturday in a key North Eastern Athletic Conference
(NEAC) cross-divisional game.

Gallaudet (13-9, 10-3 NEAC) trailed Keuka (17-4, 12-1 NEAC) by four
points, 76-72, with five seconds left when sophomore forward Juliana Bahan
(Frederick, Md.) came down with a rebound and got fouled. Bahan went to
the free throw line and made the first attempt to cut the margin to three.

Bahan missed the second free throw attempt but got her own rebound as the
final seconds began to tick off the scoreboard. The ball got kicked out to
sophomore guard Emelia Beldon (Frederick, Md.), who heaved up a final
3-point attempt as time expired but didn’t go in.

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Gallaudet indoor track

men’s
PRINCESS ANNE, Md. – The Gallaudet University men’s track and field team
finished in fifth place here Saturday at the Eastern Shore Invite/Combined
Events Meet hosted by University of Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES) in the
Hytche Center.

The host Hawks of UMES won the indoor two-day meet with 196 team points
followed by Delaware State University (108), Salisbury University (108),
Bryant & Stratton College (47), Gallaudet (34) and Wesley College (eight).
Gallaudet, Salisbury and Wesley are NCAA Division III programs.

Gallaudet’s 4×400 meter relay team finished third with a time of 3:38.07
as Delaware State’s top two relay teams took first and second place.

women’s
PRINCESS ANNE, Md. – The Gallaudet University women’s track and field team
finished in fifth place here Saturday at the Eastern Shore Invite/Combined
Events Meet hosted by University of Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES) in the
Hytche Center.

The host Hawks of UMES won the indoor two-day meet with 148 team points
followed by Salisbury University (139), University of the District of
Columbia (105), Delaware State University (101), Gallaudet (33) and Bryant
& Stratton College (five). Salisbury and Gallaudet were the lone NCAA
Division III programs present.

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Colorado girls’ basketball

It was senior night for our team and Bethune was our guest opponent. Just
like our team, they had only 5 players suited up to play this game. We
opened the first quarter battling it out and finished it being down 14-7.
As the second quarter was rolling, we got Bethune in some foul trouble.
Unfortunately, we could not capitalize on the free throws. In the third
quarter, Bethune went hot with a 20 point quarter to our 5 points. We
finished the game losing, 46-24. For the last time on home court, senior
Diana Enriquez continued her streaky hot hand with 19 points, 7 rebounds,
4
steals, and 3 blocks, as she fouled out in the remaining seconds of the
game. Senior Rose Longbine came up with 5 points, 5 rebounds, 2 steals,
and
a block. Senior Daniela Lopez had a solid night with 4 rebounds, 3 steals,
and a block. Freshman Marie Padilla grabbed 3 rebounds, and a steal.
Senior
Chantelle Morales contributed with 2 rebounds. We will sorely miss the
seniors, but we still have one last game with them next week!

Bethune – 46
CSDB    – 24

Record 0-16

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Illinois Boys Basketball

Illinois Deaf    60
Pheasant Hill 56  OT

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

Kentucky School for the Deaf

OSD 8 12 11 24- 55
KSD 1 9 6 8- 24

KSD (0-18) Dorn 6, Gilbert 3, Haynes 2, Rhodes 4, Vickery 4, Collins 5

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Missouri School for the Deaf boys took 2nd place in GPSD

February 9th, 2019

Missouri School for the Deaf           2     4     7    6   = 19
New Mexico School for the Deaf   16   27   16    0   = 59

Missouri
2nd place in GPSD

Jayden Riordan    9 points
Mikal Meriwether   8 points and 7 rebounds

6- 10 overall 10- 10

New Mexico  – 1st place in GPSD

Devin Thompson ( tall 6-8)  18 points
Luis Villalobos  16 points

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Ohio basketball

2/9/19 (Saturday)2 Games for Ohio School for the Deaf vs Georgia School
for the Deaf and Kentucky School for the Deaf @ Kentucky School for the
Deaf Homecoming

Girls:

Ohio Deaf Girls vs Georgia

OSD 6-4-11-2-23
GSD 9-10-1-13-33

Results 9-9

Ohio Deaf Girls vs Kentucky

OSD 8-12-8-6-34
KSD 8-4-12-6-30

Results: 10-9

Boys:

Ohio Deaf Boys vs Georgia

OSD 9-15-8-1-33
GSD 23-14-26-8-71

Record 13-7

Ohio Deaf Boys vs Kentucky

OSD 8-12-11-24-55
KSD 1-9-6-8-24

Record 14-7

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Oklahoma Boys Basketball

02/07/2019 – GPSD Tournament

Oklahoma – 54
Minnesota – 40
Record: 10-11

02/08/2019 – GPSD Tournament

Oklahoma – 41
New Mexico – 64
Record: 10-12

02/09/2019 – GPSD Tournament

Oklahoma – 62
Kansas – 60
Record: 11-12

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Oklahoma girls’ basketball

First Games – 4 seat vs 5 seat
4 – Oklahoma 48
5 – Minnesota 14

Semi-finals – 1 seat vs 4 seat
4 – Oklahoma 45
1 – Kansas 34

Championship – 4 seat vs 2 seat
4 – Oklahoma 37
2 – Wisconsin 28

Final Record
9 wins – 14 losses

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St Mary’s girls basketball

The Lady Bisons took on the Colts from New Jersey yesterday in the 3rd
seed vs 4th seed matchup of the ESDAA DII Girls Basketball Championship in
Rochester.  The opening minutes of the game had both teams working out
their jitters.  New Jersey managed to take a 1st quarter lead after Kioney
Alvira-Jurado was forced to sit after a collision.  This was a physical
and knock down type of game as the officials let both teams play.  The
Lady Bisons trailed 21-15 at the half but were still in the game despite
the score.  After some half time changes, The Lady Bisons came out and
went on a 21-2 run to take the lead.  Emma Foster led the attack on
defense. Kioney Alvira-Jurado and Cami Cole found their shot on offense.
Julia Bronneberg and Elise Watson helped defensively as well as on the
boards.  Early in the 4th quarter Alvira-Jurado picked up a disputed 5th
foul.  The Colts began to chip away at the lead.  There were many
turnovers by both teams and the 4th quarter dragged on long
enough for the Colts to take the lead with 13.7 seconds 44-42.  As the
seconds ticked off the clock, the Colts managed to score again before the
buzzer and the game finished 46-42 in favor of the The Colts.

The Bisons play Rhode Island today at 3pm for game two of the ESDAA.

Our record is 1 Win and 10 losses.

The Lady Bisons tipped off against Rhode Island yesterday in the second
round of the ESDAA DII Tournament.  The Lady Bisons took the lead at the
tip
off and never trailed the entire game.  They controlled the boards on both
ends of the court which was a key component in their performance.  All
players saw action in this game and The Lady Bisons worked the ball well
on
offense.  Kioney Alvira-Jurado led all scorers with 19 points and 11
rebounds.  Cami Cole had 14 points and 7 rebounds.  Julia Bronneberg had 5
points and 4 rebounds.  Aleyshka Rivera-Nieves finished with 2 points.

The Lady Bisons play The Delaware Hawks today at 11:00am for 3rd /4th
place.
This will conclude our 2019 season.

Our record is 2 wins and 10 losses.

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Tennessee basketball

Girls

Jellico 56 Tennessee 49

Boys

Jellico 75 Tennessee 49

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random deafsports thoughts

one reason why one has to be careful with tweets is
because of so much misinformation about the deaf in
sports. And these misinformed comments are retweeted
and then retweeted!

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– basketball scores

– Gallaudet indoor track updates

– ESDAA-I girls’ scores

– random deafsports thoughts

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

DAY 1 OF 43rd ESDAA GIRLS BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT

GAME #1

American       4    0   3    5    12

Pennsylvania 5    9   8    6    28

American scorers – J. Page – 8 points, E. Pagan – 3, and O. Casella – 1

Pennsylvania scorers – G. DiGiacomo – 13, M. Id-deen – 12, K. Colon – 2,
and T. Rios – 1

GAME #2

New York-Fanwood   4    2       2   7   15

Marie Philip                6    8    11  11   36

NY-Fanwood – K. Herrera – 6, B. Pon – 5, and S. Campos and S. Pon – 2 each

Marie Philip – S. Rochette – 22, Z. Elliott-Mendelsohn – 10, and N. Perez
and A. Cordero – 2 each

TOMORROW

GAME #3 (CONSOLATION GAME) – New York-Fanwood vs American

GAME #4 – Pennsylvania vs Lexington

GAME #5 – Marie Philip vs Western Pennsylvania

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Great Plains championship finals today

boys:
Missouri vs New Mexico

girls:
information not made available

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Gallaudet indoor track

women’s:
First day in the books at Eastern Shore Invite for GU women’s track and
field

PRINCESS ANNE, Md. – The Gallaudet University women’s track and field team
participated here Friday afternoon at the Eastern Shore Invite/Combined
Events Meet hosted by University of Maryland Eastern Shore in the Hytche
Center.

Sophomore Carina Dominguez Can (Hillsboro, Ore.) led the Bison throwers in
the shot put event. Dominguez Can placed fifth with a top throw of 7.35
meters that got recorded on the fifth of six throws. Freshman Tyler
Mitchell (Perrysburg, Ohio) was sixth with a toss of 6.52 meters while
freshman Jaelynn King (Springfield, Pa.) was seventh (5.00 meters).

GU placed fifth in the 4×200 meter relay with a time of 2:05.75. The
University of District of Columbia won the five-team event with a time of
1:44.55. Gallaudet’s relay team consisted of sophomore Jarita Bustamante
(Riverside, Calif.), junior Anyia Brown (Wilmington, Del.), freshman Demi
Bingham (Jefferson, Md.) and freshman Cassie Friday (Flinton, Pa.

men’s
Bison 4×200 meter relay team sprints into school record book

PRINCESS ANNE, Md. – The Gallaudet University men’s indoor track and field
4×200 meter relay team ran into the program record book here Friday
afternoon as they posted a time of 1:34.54 at the Eastern Shore
Invite/Combined Events Meet hosted by University of Maryland Eastern Shore
in the Hytche Center.

The Bison indoor relay team consisted of freshman Eric Gregory (Metairie,
La.), freshman Omar Harvey (East Orange, N.J.), senior Michael Haynes
(Olivette, Mo.) and senior Toraneau Varice (Deerfield Beach, Fla.). The
previous school record was 1:36.08 set on Feb. 18, 2017, at the
Susquehanna Invitational in Selinsgrove, Pa. Varice was on that
record-breaking relay team as well.

Junior JaQuan Thomas (Midway, Ga.) finished seventh in the shot put with a
toss of 10.94 meters. Thomas reached that mark on his first throw of six.

note:
University of Maryland Eastern Shore is a NCAA-I program

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Fremont girls’ basketball

CSD won two games by Holly Names (66-40) and Fremont Christian (63-16).

The new record is 20-4.

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

Kentucky School for the Deaf

GSD 21 13 14 2- 50
KSD 8 4 10 4- 26

KSD (0-17) Collins 14, Haynes 11, Gilbert

Next game vs Ohio School for the Deaf.

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Maryland SD Boys’ Basketball – Game #21

Game #21

February 8, 2019

Shenandoah Valley Christian Academy @ Maryland School for the Deaf

1     2     3     4    =  Total
SVC  -  11   19   19   21   =   70
MSD -  30   18   23   17   =   88

Halftime -  MSD led 48-30

MSD ORIOLES
Eric Long – 7 points, 8 rebounds, 5 assists, 5 steals
Rory Lewis – 38 points, 8 rebounds, 4 assists
Miguel Pavao – 17 points, 7 rebounds, 7 steals
Enow Otto – 4 points, 3 rebounds
Jason Werner – 15 points, 8 rebounds, 7 assists
Rayston Fonseca – 5 points, 4 rebounds

Team Total FG:  33
Team Total 3FG:  9 (Lewis 8, Pavao)
Team Total FT:  11-20

SHENANDOAH VALLEY CHRISTIAN PATRIOTS
Luke Ihartness – 15 points
Sanford Silver – 24 points
Daryin Lewis – 4 points
Hunter Dumore – 6 points
Javion Moore – 13 points
Noah Payton – 2 points
Khail Redman – 6 points

Team Total FG:  30
Team Total 3FG:  2 (Silver 2)
Team Total FT:  8-14

Rory Lewis tied the school record for three-point baskets in a game held
by
Brandon McMillan (2005-06) and himself (twice last year) with eight
three-pointers
for a career-high 38 points tonight.

Record:  17-4

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Maryland High School Varsity Girls Basketball Game #22

Maryland School for the Deaf vs Shenandoah Valley Christian Academy

1      2     3     4   =  Total
MSD -   26   17    12   9   =  64
SVCA -  2      0     3    6   = 11

MSD

S. Herzig-Wilcox – 2 points, 1 rebound
C. Lummer – 8 points, 4 rebounds, 3 assists
C. Perry – 23 points, 11 rebounds, 2 steals, 7 assists, 1 block
R. Guettler – 20 points, 3 rebounds, 1 steal, 1 assist
E. Kovacs – 4 points, 3 rebounds
A. Cohen -  1 steal
C. Salit – 2 points, 7 rebounds, 3 steals, 10 assists
M. Luebehusen – 5 points, 4 rebounds, 1 assist

Team FG: 23
Team 3-FG: 2 (Guettler)
Team FT: 12-21

SHENANDOAH VALLEY CHRISTIAN ACADEMY

G. Bodwell – 2 points
M. Tee – 2 points
B. Marcey – 4 points
C. Salyers – 3 points

TEAM FG: 4
TEAM 3-FG: 0
TEAM FT: 3-9

Record: 19-3

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Mississippi girls’ basketball

Mississippi School for the Deaf

Varsity Girls Basketball

MSD 48

Hartfield Academy 56

Raegan Hendrix 19 points 11 Off. Reb 7 Def. Reb 3 Assist 1 Blk 4 Stl

Alexis Roberts 18 points 12 Off Reb 3 Def. Reb 2 Assist 2 Blk 3 Stl

Keiarah Barnes 6 points 2 Stl

Koreiena Guy 4 points 4 Assist 4 Stl

Senior Night – Three Girls Player -

Record 13-8

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Missouri School for the Deaf boys
GPSD at Faribault, Mn

Yesterday, Missouri School for the Deaf won by Arkansas School for the
Deaf forfeited.
5-9 overall 9 – 9

February 8, 2019

Missouri School for the Deaf  14   11   12   11 = 48
Kansas School for the Deaf      7    5   10   13 = 35

Missouri boys
Hezeki Smoot     18 points and 5 assists
Jayden Riordan   16 points, 3 assists, and 3 steals
Mikal Meriwether  14 points and 9 rebounds

6- 9 overall 10- 9
Tomorrow night at 6:30 pm Missouri School for the Deaf will Face New
Mexico for Champion. New Mexico is number 1 seeding .

Kansas
Ty Mayfield and Quentavis Reese 10 points each

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Ohio basketball

2/8/19 (Friday) Ohio School for the Deaf vs North Carolina School for the
Deaf @ Kentucky School for the Deaf Homecoming

Girls:

Ohio Deaf Girls vs NCSD

OSD 6-7-6-10-29
NCSD 1-7-6-13-27

Results 9-8

Boys:

Ohio Deaf Boys vs NCSD

OSD 17-15-6-6-44
NCSD 7-14-4-6-41

Record 13-6

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random deafsports thoughts

if you love baseball and plan to visit the
National Baseball Hall of Fame at Cooperstown,
NY, then to make sure to look up the
Deaf Uniform!

The uniform worn by minor league manager
Buddy Bailey, Myrtle Beach Pelicans,
during the Deaf Awareness Night was
given to the Hall of Fame.

Just make sure it is on exhibit – because
many museums rotate their exhibits on
a timely basis. What is not on exhibit
may be in storage and not open to public?

This uniform has fingerspelled signs on
the front and the back.

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DeafDigest Sports – February 8, 2019

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Hot DeafSports News at:
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– basketball scores

– ESDAA-I girls’ pairings

– boys’ & girls’ teams advance in state regional playoffs

– wrestling update

– list of Riverside spring season coaches

– random deafsports thoughts

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 2/08/19)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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ESDAA schedule (43rd Annual ESDAA Girls Basketball Tournament)

$10.00 per day

all games will be live-streamed (FREE)

Friday February 8th

4:00 to 7:00 PM – DINNER

6:00 PM  – GAME #1 – American vs Pennsylvania

7:30 PM – GAME #2 -New York-Fanwood vs Marie Philip

9:00 PM – SOCIAL TIME in LIONS’ DEN until 11:00 PM

9:00 PM – Coaches’ meeting

Saturday, February 9th

8:30 to 10:00 AM – BREAKFAST

10:00 AM to 1:00 PM – SKILL COMPETITIONS

1:00 PM – LUNCH

3:30 PM – GAME #3 (Consolation Game) Losers of Games 1 and 2

4:00 to 6:30 PM – DINNER

5:00 PM – GAME #4 – Lexington vs Winner of Game 1

7:00 PM – GAME #5 – Western PA vs Winner of Game 2

9:00 PM – Coaches’ meeting

SOCIAL TIME in Lions’ Den til 11 PM

Sunday, February 10th

7:00 to 8:30 AM – BREAKFAST

9:00 AM – GAME #6 (Exhibition Game) Losers of Games 1 and 2

10:30 AM – 1:00 PM – LUNCH

10:45 AM – GAME #7  (Third Place Game) Losers of Games 4 and 5

12:30 PM – GAME #8 (Championship Game) Winners of Games 4 and 5

2:15 PM – AWARDS

3:00 PM – DEPARTURE

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Colorado girls’ basketball

We played our second to last away game of the season at (PPCS) Pikes Peak
Christian School, searching for our first victory of the season. It was a
defensive battle in the first half as we were down 12-6. PPCS was able to
slow down our two scorers on the team, and take advantage of getting
points on their end. We came out flat in the second half and could not
convert our free throws to stay in the game. PPCS did a great job keeping
the ball in front of them on defense. Senior Diana Enriquez finished the
night with a double double, scoring 10 points, 17 rebounds, 3 assists, 2
blocks, and a steal. Senior Rose Longbine helped give the team a spark in
the first half, finishing the game with 7 points and 6 rebounds. Freshman
Marie Padilla grabbed 10 rebounds and a steal. Senior Chantelle Morales
and Daniela Lopez each contributed to the team with their aggressive play.
Morales with 5 rebounds. Lopez with 2 rebounds and 2 steals. Tomorrow at
our final home game, we will be honoring
our five seniors on our home floor one last time.

PPCS – 28
CSDB – 17

Record 0-15

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Fremont boys’ basketball

Bay Counties League First Round Semifinals – Thursday, February 7

#1 Oakland Military Institute 56
#4 California Crosspoint 38

#2 Fremont Christian 37
#3 California School for the Deaf 44

#3 CSD (12-12) will play #1 OMI (13-11) this Saturday, February 9 for the
BCL Championship. Winner receives automatic entry to the North Coast
Section Playoffs.

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Illinois Boys Basketball

Lovejoy       78
Illinois Deaf 49

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Maryland boys’ basketball

Maryland SD Boys’ Basketball – Game #20

Game #20

February 7, 2019

Frederick Force @ Maryland School for the Deaf

1     2     3     4    =  Total
FF    -  12   24    8    20   =   64
MSD -  10    9   21   16   =   56

Halftime -  Force led 36-19

MSD ORIOLES
Eric Long – 4 points, 3 assists, 4 steals
Rory Lewis – 25 points, 4 rebounds
Miguel Pavao – 6 points, 4 steals, 3 rebounds
Enow Otto – 15 points, 12 rebounds, 1 block
Jason Werner – 6 points, 3 rebounds, 3 assists

Team Total FG:  22
Team Total 3FG:  5 (Lewis 5)
Team Total FT:  7-15

FREDERICK FORCE
Nathan Bowes – 3 points
AJ Switzer – 2 points
David Poole – 12 points
Isaac Blickenstaff – 22 points
Matt Csiszar – 3 points
Clay Stumper – 22 points

Team Total FG:  23
Team Total 3FG:  6 (Blickenstaff 3, Bowes, Csiszar, Poole)
Team Total FT:  12-14

Record:  16-4

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Maryland girls’ basketball

Maryland School for the Deaf vs Perry Hall Christian School

1      2     3    4   OT  =  Total

MSD -   14     6    13   6    8      =  47

PHCS – 10    12    9    8    6      = 45

MSD

C. Lummer – 8 points, 10 rebounds, 2 assists

C. Perry – 17 points, 12 rebounds, 2 steals, 4 assists, 2 blocks

R. Guettler – 11 points, 5 rebounds, 5 steals, 3 assists

E. Kovacs – 8 points, 5 rebounds

H. Johnston-Shaw – 1 assist

A. Cohen -  1 rebound, 1 assist

C. Salit – 3 points, 7 rebounds, 1 steal, 4 assists, 1 block

M. Luebehusen – 1 rebound

Team FG: 17

Team 3-FG: 2 (Guettler, Salit)

Team FT: 7-8

PERRY HALL CHRISTIAN SCHOOL

V. Holland – 26 points

O. Manager – 4 points

S. Yost – 4 points

S. DeIaco – 11 points

TEAM FG: 14

TEAM 3-FG: 2 (Holland)

TEAM FT: 11-22

Record: 18-3

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Maryland wrestling

Tri-Meet (Silver Oak Academy/ Covenant Life School)

Maryland School for the Deaf (MSFT) 36.0 Silver Oak Academy (SOA) 0.0

106: Peter Thang (MSD) over   (SOA) (For.)
113: Double Forfeit
120: Double Forfeit
126: Double Forfeit
132: Crosse Herpin (MSFD over   (SOA) (For.)
138: Michael Williams (MSD) over   (SOA) (For.)
145: Kenny Bissainthe (MSD) over   (SOA) (For.)
152: Double Forfeit
160: Double Forfeit
170: Tylique Gross (MSD) over   (SOA) (For.)
182: Truth Dorsette (MSD) over   (SOA) (For.)
195: Double Forfeit 220: Double Forfeit
285: Double Forfeit

Maryland School for the Deaf (MSFT) 24.0 Covenant Life School (CLS) 18.0

106: Peter Thang (MSD) over   (CLS) (For.)
113: Double Forfeit
120: Double Forfeit
126: Double Forfeit
132: Crosse Herpin (MSD) over   (CLS) (For.)
138: Michael Williams (MSD) over   (CLS) (For.)
145: Double Forfeit
152: David Fedeli (CLS) Pinned Kenny Bissainthe (MSD) (Fall 3:51)
160: Double Forfeit
170: Matthew Swinford (CLS) Pinned Tylique Gross (MSD) (Fall 1:43)
182: Truth Dorsette (MSD) Pinned Eric Stancik (CLS) (Fall 0:35)
195: Double Forfeit
220: Double Forfeit
285: Caleb-Joshua Buchanan (CLS) over   (MSD) (For.)

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Michigan boys’ basketball

Merritt beat MSD 62 to 18. We are 0-13.

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Riverside girls’ basketball

The freshmen were big tonight as our team rolled over Wiseburn-DaVinci
tonight by the score of 62-21.  Bree Goldstein led all scorers with 22
points, while Zoei Porter and Gisella Visco had 10 each.  But it was our
defense that enabled numerous fast breaks for us and that wore down the
Wolves.

Record is 13-8 after this win.   Second round is this coming Saturday
against Saddleback at a location to be determined

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Riverside athletics

Coaching Staff for Spring 2019!

Girls Softball
Head Coach: Tyler Bayarsky
Ass?t Coaches: Traci Price & Adele Idy Fass

Boys Baseball
Head Coach: Leo Willey
Ass?t Coaches: John Lawson V & Damon Biskupiak

Track & Field
Boys Head Coach: Don Cochran
Girls Head Coach: Michael Spady-Bachman
Ass?t Coaches: Darren Hause & Hiro Nakama

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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

WPSD 26 – Jefferson County Christian 38

Points
Cheyenne Sloan  – 8
Danielle Fisher – 7
Ryane Smalley  – 6

Record
6 won – 11 lost

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random deafsports thoughts

DeafDigest Sports has brought this up many times in the
past.

This concerns blow out scores in team sports.

The key issue is – level playing field.

If there is no level playing field then blow outs become
more frequent.

More and more difficult to find level playing field opponents
(both deaf and hearing).

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Hot DeafSports News at:
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– basketball scores

– ESDAA-I girls’ pairings

– random deafsports thoughts

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 2/07/19)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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ESDAA schedule (43rd Annual ESDAA Girls Basketball Tournament)

$10.00 per day

all games will be live-streamed (FREE)

Friday February 8th

4:00 to 7:00 PM – DINNER

6:00 PM  – GAME #1 – American vs Pennsylvania

7:30 PM – GAME #2 -New York-Fanwood vs Marie Philip

9:00 PM – SOCIAL TIME in LIONS’ DEN until 11:00 PM

9:00 PM – Coaches’ meeting

Saturday, February 9th

8:30 to 10:00 AM – BREAKFAST

10:00 AM to 1:00 PM – SKILL COMPETITIONS

1:00 PM – LUNCH

3:30 PM – GAME #3 (Consolation Game) Losers of Games 1 and 2

4:00 to 6:30 PM – DINNER

5:00 PM – GAME #4 – Lexington vs Winner of Game 1

7:00 PM – GAME #5 – Western PA vs Winner of Game 2

9:00 PM – Coaches’ meeting

SOCIAL TIME in Lions’ Den til 11 PM

Sunday, February 10th

7:00 to 8:30 AM – BREAKFAST

9:00 AM – GAME #6 (Exhibition Game) Losers of Games 1 and 2

10:30 AM – 1:00 PM – LUNCH

10:45 AM – GAME #7  (Third Place Game) Losers of Games 4 and 5

12:30 PM – GAME #8 (Championship Game) Winners of Games 4 and 5

2:15 PM – AWARDS

3:00 PM – DEPARTURE

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Florida girls’ basketball

February 5 vs University Christian

FSDB 12  – UC 66

We close our season with 20-6 record. What a season we had, especially
without any seniors! We are very proud of our Lady Dragons. Regardless of
the blowout last night by UC with a score of 12-66, our girls played their
heart out without Lourdine, out
sick with severe flu.  Without our core player-Lourdine, we still managed
to make points. However we are in 4A division (should be either 2 or 3A),
we feel that UC should belong to a bigger school division due to their
recruitment of many great players.
Our girls were disappointed but glad at the same time because they see
there are a lot of areas to improve, the possibilities of growing into a
better team next year. Olivia was our player of game, grabbed 7 points and
Taria made a great 3 pointer shot!
Thanks to great parents and fans, you all contributed to our successful
season!

Stats:

Oceana Brown, 3 reb, 4 stl

Olivia Brown, 7 pts, 3 reb, 1 ast, 4 stl

Shanna Cooley, 1 reb

Kayla Debrow, 2 reb

Taria Pellicer, 3 pts, 1 reb, 1 stl

Shylah Thomas, 2 pts, 2 reb

Samantha Suarez, 1 reb

Keliah Williams, 3 reb, 2 stl

Record 20-6

Stats from Bishop Snyder (2/4/19)

Oceana Brown, 6 pts, 5 reb, 3 ast, 7 stl, 2 blk

Olivia Brown, 14 pts, 2 reb, 7 ast, 9 stl

Shanna Cooley, 4 reb, 1 stl

Kayla Debrow, 1 reb

Emma Hancock 1 reb

JaMyra Harris, 4 pts, 2 reb, 2 stl

Lourdine Jordonne, 23 pts,  9 reb, 3 ast, 3 stl

Samantha Suarez, 4 reb, 1 stl

Keliah Williams, 2 pts, 3 reb

Record 20-5

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Michigan girls’ basketball

Today we played against other league opponent, Landmark and they outscored
and shut us down with good defense. We created many good shots that didn’t
go in. The final scores were 0-47. Next game will be tomorrow play against
other league opponent, Merritt for second time this season and this time
will be at our home court.

Record 0-11 League 0-5

1Q.  2Q.  3Q.  4Q.  Final
Landmark.      8.    17.  12.   10.    47
MSD.                0.     0.    0.      0.      0

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Michigan boys’ basketball

Tartars managed to basket more points in the game, but lost to Landmark 20
to 52

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Rhode Island boys’ basketball

RISD Boys Basketball

In our last game before the upcoming ESDAA Division II Boys’ Basketball
Tournament at West Virginia — our boys’ basketball team played host to
Providence Country Day School. We had momentum on our side and were
looking
to continue that. Our Roosters jumped to a strong 11-6 start, but we
allowed one player from PCD to get hot with his shooting and both teams
walked into their halftime huddles tied at 14 apiece.

Our boys came back on the court with fire and renewed energy and we kept
on
attacking PCD with sharp passes, good looks and converting on our drives
to
go along with aggressive defense. Within five minutes, we were able to
break through and started to pull away — finishing up the game by
outscoring PCD 30-13 in the second half to earn a strong 44-27 victory.

Seven out of our nine players scored a basket and we look forward to
competing this weekend in hopes of earning our first ESDAA Div. II Boys’
Basketball Championship since 2015.

PCD -   14  13  – 27
RISD  – 14  30  – 44

RISD Boys Basketball Record: 7-9
Next Game: Friday, February 8 vs. Marie Katzenbach School for the Deaf at
West Virginia – 2 P.M. (ESDAA Div. II Boys Basketball Tournament)

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Rochester girls’ basketball

Game 16 – RSD vs Freedom Village – We started off with 16 to 0 in the
first
quarter. Then we kept up with the game to win 42 to 11. Courtney Gentzke
scored 14 points.

Game 17 – RSD at Cornerstone- We took a lead by 2 in the first quarter.
Unfortunately, we struggled in second quarter to score 3 points in 2nd
quarter and we also didn’t score one in the fourth quarter to lose the
game, 23-47.

Game 18 – We went to Destiny School and we had a good game. We won 57 to
44. Courtney Gentzke scored 15 points and Mckenna Girod scored 14 points.

Record – 12-6

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Western Pennsylvania basketball

YESTERDAY’S RESULTS -

MIDDLE SCHOOL BOYS – did not play

LEAGUE RECORD 1-10

OVERALL RECORD 1-13

MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS – beat Ellis School, 26-8

LEAGUE RECORD 0-9

OVERALL RECORD 1-11

JV BOYS – did not play

OVERALL RECORD 3-3

BOYS – did not play

LEAGUE RECORD: 4-5

OVERALL RECORD: 11-10

GIRLS – did not play

LEAGUE RECORD: 0-5

OVERALL RECORD: 6-10

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random deafsports thoughts

The NFL would not honor the deaf community as the Super Bowl
pre-game ceremony cut off the ASL signing of the national
anthem.

As a result, the NFL is embarassed right now due to
on-line video getting over one million hits.

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DeafDigest Sports – February 6, 2019

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– basketball scores

– ESDAA-I girls’ pairings

– random deafsports thoughts

– girls’ basketball team wins a playoff game

– unbeaten team continues unbeaten

– Gallaudet men’s basketball

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 2/06/19)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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ESDAA schedule (43rd Annual ESDAA Girls Basketball Tournament)

$10.00 per day

all games will be live-streamed (FREE)

Friday February 8th

4:00 to 7:00 PM – DINNER

6:00 PM  – GAME #1 – American vs Pennsylvania

7:30 PM – GAME #2 -New York-Fanwood vs Marie Philip

9:00 PM – SOCIAL TIME in LIONS’ DEN until 11:00 PM

9:00 PM – Coaches’ meeting

Saturday, February 9th

8:30 to 10:00 AM – BREAKFAST

10:00 AM to 1:00 PM – SKILL COMPETITIONS

1:00 PM – LUNCH

3:30 PM – GAME #3 (Consolation Game) Losers of Games 1 and 2

4:00 to 6:30 PM – DINNER

5:00 PM – GAME #4 – Lexington vs Winner of Game 1

7:00 PM – GAME #5 – Western PA vs Winner of Game 2

9:00 PM – Coaches’ meeting

SOCIAL TIME in Lions’ Den til 11 PM

Sunday, February 10th

7:00 to 8:30 AM – BREAKFAST

9:00 AM – GAME #6 (Exhibition Game) Losers of Games 1 and 2

10:30 AM – 1:00 PM – LUNCH

10:45 AM – GAME #7  (Third Place Game) Losers of Games 4 and 5

12:30 PM – GAME #8 (Championship Game) Winners of Games 4 and 5

2:15 PM – AWARDS

3:00 PM – DEPARTURE

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

GU drops non-conference game to Widener on Tuesday night

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University men’s basketball team ventured
out-of-conference here Tuesday night and played host to Widener University
on Padden Court in the Field House. The Bison came up short as they lost
by 15 points, 80-65.

Gallaudet (4-17) trailed the entire game as Widener (12-10) outscored the
host 39-28 in the first half and 41-37 in the second half.

The Bison were paced by junior guard Noah Valencia (Riverside, Calif.) as
he scored a game-high 20 points as he made 5 of 8 shots from the field,
including three 3-pointers. Freshman guard Corey Smith (Miami, Fla.) came
off the bench to add 11 points.

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Alabama Basketball

Alabama

*Girls*
Fayetteville 47  Lady Warriors 16
Jacksonville Christian Academy 57  Lady Warriors 37

Class 1A Area 9
Victory Christian 40  Lady Warriors 32

Season record: 8 – 20 (season is over)

*Boys*
Silent Warriors 50  Fayetteville 44
Jacksonville Christian Academy 52  Silent Warriors 20

Class 1A Area 9
Silent Warriors 56  Victory Christian 53

Next game: vs Talladega County Central (Thursday, Feb 7)

Season record: 16 – 11

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Arizona boys’ basketball

Immaculate Heart 39 vs. ASDB 41

WSBC  Thursday

OSD 47 vs ASDB 45

ASDB 52 VS WSD 49

Friday

PDSD  39 vs ASDB 48

Saturday

Utah 9 vs. ASDB 57

Championship game

OSD 31 vs. ASDB 38

1st ASDB

2nd OSD

3rd PDSD

4th WSD

Record 15 -8

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Colorado girls’ basketball

With our second to last home game matchup against Hanover, we were hoping
to
get payback after losing on their home floor just a few weeks ago. We came
out battling in the first quarter, with Hanover leading 14 to 8. Hanover
took advantage of our mistakes and turnovers in the second quarter and
inflated their lead 36 to our 12. We came out the second half continuing
to
fight and battle back. Unfortunately, as a team we were not able to have a
balanced scoring attack. Despite being double teamed the whole game,
Senior
Diana Enriquez had the best game of her career, finishing with a triple
double. 22 points, 19 rebounds, and 10 blocks, 6 steals, and 2 assists.
Senior Rose Longbine, despite having a cold shooting night, continued her
floor general leadership, earned 2 points, 6 steals, 2 rebounds, an assist
and a block apiece, while playing with 4 fouls throughout the second half.
Freshman Marie Padilla had a monster game on the boards, pulling down her
career high 14 rebounds, along with 4 points and an assist. Senior
Chantelle
Morales did a great job contributing on the floor earning herself 2
points,
4 rebounds, and a steal. Senior Daniela Lopez played aggressive basketball
the whole game, and was able to chip in with 4 rebounds, an assist and a
steal apiece.

0-14 record

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Florida girls’ basketball

February 4 vs Bishop Snyder at University Christian

FSDB 49 – Bishop Snyder 40

Sweet victory! We started well with a 13 point run at the beginning of
first quarter. Since then, we maintained our lead until the final buzzer.
We were able to kill the time better this time after giving 6 points with
our turnovers in fourth quarter.
Our bench players contributed to this win by playing stingy defense while
some starters had their rest. Olivia managed to get 14 points. Bishop
Snyder could not stop Lourdine with her shooting and rebounding. Lourdine
was definitely our player of the
game with 23 points.

Stats will be shared later today.

Tonight, we will play against University Christian at 7 PM. Come and
support us at the UC gym!!! If we win tonight, we will be in the
championship game this Friday.

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Georgia boys basketball

GSD vs Morris Innovative High School
GSD – 56, BROWN – 23, GREEN – 17, JOHNSON – 10, MOORMAN – 6
MIHS – 44

NEXT GAMES AT KENTUCKY HOMECOMING 2/8-9/19. KENTUCKY, OHIO AND NORTH
CAROLINA

RECORD: 7-16-0

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Illinois Boys Basketball

Griggsville-Perry   54
Illinois Deaf           35

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

Kentucky School for the Deaf At Burgin.

KSD 5 2 2 8- 20
Burgin 22 10 13 12-57

KSD (0-15) Collins 13, Dorn 2, Gilbert 3, Vickery 2

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Maryland SD Boys’ Basketball – Game #19

Game #19

February 5, 2019

Maryland School for the Deaf @ Covenant Life School

1     2    3     4   =  Total
MSD -  10    7  15   18   =   50
CLS  -  15    6    7     8   =   36

Halftime -  CLS led 21-17

MSD ORIOLES
Eric Long – 12 points
Rory Lewis – 8 points, 8 rebounds, 3 assists, 4 steals
Miguel Pavao – 11 points, 8 rebounds, 3 assists, 5 steals
Da’Kai Bryant – 2 points
Enow Otto – 6 points, 5 rebounds
Jason Werner – 11 points, 8 rebounds

Team Total FG:  21
Team Total 3FG:  1 (Long)
Team Total FT:  7-13

COVENANT LIFE COUGARS
Noah Segui – 5 points
Andrew Stoy – 3 points
Nick Bentley – 4 points
Mason Jones – 10 points
Kendrick Petit – 1 point
Garfield Turner – 13 points

Team Total FG:  13
Team Total 3FG:  3 (Bentley, Segui, Stoy)
Team Total FT:  7-18

Record:  16-3

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High School Varsity Girls Basketball Game #20

Maryland School for the Deaf at Covenant Life

1      2     3    4  =  Total

MSD -   20  18   13    16  =  67

CL -       6    6      9    9  = 30

MSD

C. Lummer – 4 points, 2 rebounds, 1 steal, 2 assists

C. Perry – 30 points, 14 rebounds, 4 steals, 6 assists

R. Guettler – 15 points, 5 rebounds, 1 steal, 5 assists

E. Kovacs – 10 points, 8 rebounds

H. Johnston-Shaw – 6 points, 1 steal, 2 assists

A. Cohen – 2 points, 1 rebound, 1 assist

Team FG: 26

Team 3-FG: 3 (Guettler, Johnston-Shaw 2)

Team FT: 6-8

COVENANT LIFE

S. Cambell – 3 points

K. Balloa – 2 points

A. Brewer – 9 points

M. Brewer – 6 points

A. Stockton – 4 points

S. Cambell – 4 points

L. Eller – 2 points

TEAM FG: 12

TEAM 3-FG: 1 (A. Brewer)

TEAM FT: 3-6

Record: 17-3

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Michigan girls’ basketball

Today we did play against New Life Christian Academy second time this
season and we lost 3-44. We did give them hard time in first quarter which
we limited them just 3 points compared when we played them first time
which
they scored 12 points in first quarter. We couldn’t keep that defense
momentum going so they started to create many great shots. Our lead score
was Chloe Woggerman, Senior, with 3 points. Our next game would be
tomorrow
against league opponent, Landmark at our home court.

Record 0-10 League 0-4

1Q.   2Q.  3Q.  4Q. Final
NLCA.  3.     14.  13.   14.    44
MSD.    0.     0.     3.      0.     3

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North Carolina boys’ basketball

Monday, Feb 4 at King Mountain

NCSD                                     5              9              8
5-27
Grace Christian                  10           15           6
14-45

Tuesday, Feb 5 at Forest City

NCSD                                                     6              9
7              15-37
The Master Academy                     9              15           13
11-48

Team Record 4-10

Next game is against Ohio SD at Danville, Ky on Feb 8 for KSD’s homecoming
weekend.

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Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

Yesterday, 2/5/19, we traveled to Community Academy of Philadelphia for
our last game of this season. Unfortunately, CAP already prepared and made
us overwhelmed on the court. Boys struggled with offensive and not able to
make few scores in, CAP’s defensive stopped us all quarters. We lost 6-58.

Hazim Haroun and William Sepulveda each scored 3 points. Aquil roane had 9
rebounds and 4 blocks.

2/15 – 2/17, ESDAA Boys basketball tournament @ MPS. PSD vs ASD in the
first round. Please remind boys to keep play hard and not give up during
week.

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Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

Yesterday, 2/5/19, Lady Panthers traveled to Community Academy of
Philadelphia. The girls started the game sluggish and by the end of the
first quarter were down by 10 points. By halftime the girls woke up and
were back in the game, only down by 4 points. The game was competitive
until the last few minutes of the 4th quarter when CAP took the lead to
win the game. In the game, Gia had 17 points and 9 rebounds and Trinity
had 10 points with 7 rebounds. Natalya contributed 2 points and 7
rebounds.

Final score: 29-36

Record 13-4

2/8 – 2/10, Friday against ASD in the ESDAA tournament @ WPSD this
weekend. Wish our girls luck this weekend!

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Rhode Island girls’ basketball

In our last game before the ESDAA Division 2 Girls’ Basketball Tournament
– our girls were determined to keep our two-game winning streak alive and
maintain our momentum heading toward Rochester, N.Y. for the upcoming
ESDAA
Division 2 Girls’ Basketball Tournament.

Our girls started off great as we were able to convert a lot of our
out-of-bound plays as well as fast break opportunities to jump out to a
17-0 halftime lead. We experimented with different things and rotations
throughout the second half of the game, including trying to get some of
our
younger players to build up their confidence by shooting the ball. We were
able to secure a solid win by the final score of 27-6.

We look forward to our tournament this weekend, starting with a rematch
against Delaware School for the Deaf this Friday evening.

SA -       0    6    – 6
RISD – 17   10  – 27

Melissa E. – 17 Points, 8 Rebounds
Yasmin S. – 4 Points, 12 Rebounds, 5 Steals

RISD Girls Basketball Record: 7-8
Next Game: Friday, February 8 vs. Delaware School for the Deaf at
Rochester, NY (ESDAA Division 2 Girls’ Basketball Tournament)

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Riverside girls’ basketball

In their first playoff action this year, the Riverside girls easily put
away
Public Safety Academy by the score of 55-21.  Gisella Visco led all
scorers
with 15 points and 15 rebounds.    Next game will be against
Wiseburn-DaVinci School in El Segundo, on Thursday at 7 p.m.

13-7 record

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Rochester boys’ basketball

Game # 19 vs. Cornerstone

Score: 70- 53 won

Led by Thomas with 22 points and 5 rebounds and 4 steals, followed by Bode
18 points and 6 rebounds and 6 steals and Clarence 11 points and 8 rebounds
and Cayne 9 points.

Player of the game goes to Clarence

Record: 8-11

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South Carolina boys’ basketball

Last night, we lost basketball game to Dixie. It was last game of the
season. We have a special honorable senior night. We have a very young
players and rebuild basketball program. Our overall records 6 wins and 13
lost. Im very proud of my mighty Hornets. Track season is about the corner

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St Mary’s girls basketball

The Lady Bisons took on New Life Christian yesterday in Olean, NY.  This
was our first game back on the court since Jan 11th .  Our last two games
were cancelled due to weather conditions and The Buffalo Blizzard of 2019
had school closed for days.  Needless to say, we were rusty and came out
slow due to the lack of time in the gym.  This was also the first time all
season we had all 8 players in uniform and together as a team.  The result
was a 47-20 loss to New Life Christian.
Kioney Alvira-Jurado was back in uniform and led the Lady Bisons with 14
points and 15 points and our first double/double of the season.  Cami Cole
had 6 points as well for the Lady Bisons.

The girls showed improvement despite the loss and are looking forward to
the weekend. They will be facing The Marie Katzenbach School for the Deaf
of New Jersey on Friday night. The ESDAA Girls Division II Championships
are being hosted by Rochester.

Record…1 Win and 9 losses

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Tennessee basketball

Tennessee

Girls

Washburn 46 Tennessee 20

Boys

Washburn 59 Tennessee 36

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Texas basketball

*Varsity Girls *

Veritas 14, TSD 63

Record: 30-0

*JV Girls *

Ann Richards 6, TSD 43

Record: 12-9

*Varsity Boys*

Veritas 31, TSD 77

Record: 14-12

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Western Pennsylvania basketball

YESTERDAY’S RESULTS -

MIDDLE SCHOOL BOYS – did not play

LEAGUE RECORD 1-10

OVERALL RECORD 1-13

MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS – did not play

LEAGUE RECORD 0-9

OVERALL RECORD 0-11

JV BOYS – did not play

OVERALL RECORD 3-3

BOYS – beat East Liverpool Christian Academy, 66-37

DяяAmore – 20 points
Johns – 11 points
Elliott – 11 points
Harclerode – 10 points

LEAGUE RECORD: 4-5

OVERALL RECORD: 11-10

GIRLS – did not play

LEAGUE RECORD: 0-5

OVERALL RECORD: 6-10

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random deafsports thoughts

does it pay to spy on other deaf team’s practice

In 1974, the USA national deaf hockey team (not AHIHA
but a separate organization) toured Czechoslovakia
to play games against their national deaf team.

The wealthy hearing father of one of the players
“bribed” the national Czechoslovakia team to watch
their practice. The suspicious Czech players knew
the spy was with the USA team. They changed their
practice drills to hide everything.

The father told the team captain and the team coach
that the Czech team was bad; the goalie couldn’t stop
shots; the skating and the shooting and the passing
was terrible, etc.

Result – the Czech team won the first game easily.

The Americans, however, won the second game to fly
home happy with the victory.

note:
Czechoslovakia was once a whole nation; it has been
split into two nations – the Czech Republic and
Slovakia.

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