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Feb
21

2018/02/21

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DeafDigest Sports – February 21, 2018

barry@deafdigest.com; barry.strassler@gmail.com

Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

— Gallaudet basketball updates

— basketball updates

— football quarterback in hall of fame

— track meet results

— girls’ basketball team advances to Elite 8 round

— boys’ basketball team advances to conference semi finals

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— an ugly deaf sports lawsuit
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/long-time-deaf-pro-in-rugby/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 02/21/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Bison don’t get the right bounce in NEAC tournament quarterfinal at Wilson

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. – An unlucky bounce ended the Gallaudet University men’s
basketball season here Tuesday night as the Bison’s bid for an upset in
the 2018 North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) tournament quarterfinal
game against Wilson College fell short, 75-73.

Gallaudet (9-17) came back from being down by 10 points to the Phoenix
(20-6) in the second half and had a chance to win it at the buzzer.

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

Gallaudet women advance to NEAC semifinals after home win over Penn
St.-Berks

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University women’s basketball team prevailed
67-62 over Penn St.-Berks in the 2018 North Eastern Athletic Conference
(NEAC) tournament quarterfinals here Tuesday night in the Field House on
Padden Court.

Gallaudet (13-13) will advance to the NEAC championship weekend being
hosted by SUNY Poly in Marcy, N.Y. The Bison will face Keuka College
(19-5) in the second semifinal on Saturday, Feb. 24, at 4 p.m.

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Florida track

Girls Track: Panther Invitational Recap

2/15

The Girls Track and Field team traveled to Ridgeview HS last week Thursday
to compete against 8 other schools in the Panther Invitational. It was the
first meet of the year. With just three practices under their belts, the
girls did not disappoint.

Oceana Brown and Zoe Wilson stole the show with their performances in the
100 meter sprint and 1600 meter run, respectively.

Oceana captured first place in the 100 meter sprint clocking in at 13.11
seconds. Not only she was the fastest in the field of 30, but also the
youngest. Oceana is already making a name for herself and is on track for
a bright future!

Zoe, a first-year member of the team and a multi-sport athlete, who is
completely blind, used a cane to run the mile in 7 minutes and 33 seconds.
This is nothing short of miraculous as she ran 3/4 of a lap without her
cane after dropping it near the
halfway point of the race. Poor track conditions played a factor but
luckily, the cane was returned to her by a spectator and she was able to
finish the race with flying colors. She may have placed 11th out of 17 but
she captured 1st place in the hearts
of the many athletes and fans who were cheering her on. Definitely a
goosebump moment and one I’ll never forget! Zoe is the epitome of Courage
and Never Quit!!

Assistant coach Von Bursdall and I liked what we saw from our speedsters
in the sprinting relay events as we placed 3rd and 5th in the 4x100m and
4x400m, respectively. With practice and hard work, and Olivia Brown back
in the mix, it will only get better
from here on out.

Rookies Pinen Deshi (100, 4×100, 4×400), Katrina Kalis (1600), Nikayla
Merced (400), and Samantha Suarez (Shot Put, Discus) had the opportunity
to get their feet wet. The sky’s the limit for these girls!

Click the links below for meet results.

Our next two meets are at home, and the dates and times are as follows:
March 5 and 8 @ 3pm. Come one, come all!

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Fremont sports

he Boys Basketball team ended their season during the BCL Playoffs last
week and the Girls Basketball team won the BCL Championship and broke a
school record with 22 wins in a season.  Girls basketball will continue
their season at the Northern Coast Section Playoffs in which we are the
number 3 seed and slated to host the first two games.

For our Wrestling team, Cruz Ascencio went 2nd place in the MVAL League
tournament in the weight class of 106 and will be the lone CSD
representative at the NCS this weekend as the number 5 seed.  Open the
attached brackets and lets rally up behind the teams for what should be
another exciting postseason run!

Athlete of the Week – JARON LEMASTER.  Our sophomore rising guard on the
JV Basketball team has willingly filled in for Varsity on a few occasions
this year.  When the team became shorthanded in the league playoffs, Jaron
not only stepped in to learn some new plays and fit in his role in but he
actually played the entire game last Saturday.  Congratulations!

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Idaho girls’ basketball

part of newspaper story

a girls basketball team that won its first basketball game (and its
second) in a decade.

note:
way back in the late eighties, the basketball team only had five girls.
The 5th girl badly hurt her knee in the game just before the Holiday
Season. If she couldn’t play after the Holidays, the season would have
been cancelled. The injured girl came back with a brace on her knee,
and practically limped her way for the remainder of the season. The
team won several games, making the season a success. The team’s
best player eventually played at Gallaudet.

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Maryland boys’ basketball

Perry Hall Christian School @ Maryland School for the Deaf
(MIAC Quarterfinals)

PHC  -      5    5    9    2  =   21
MSD  -     13   21   24   32  =  90

Halftime -  MSD led 34-10

MSD ORIOLES

Jaden Joseph -  16 points, 6 rebounds, 3 steals
John Werner, Jr. – 6 points, 5 assists, 5 steals
Rory Lewis – 13 points, 7 rebounds, 5 steals, 3 assists
Esteban Kovacs – 9 points, 4 assists, 4 steals
Ethan Sheppeck – 7 points, 3 steals
Miguel Pavao – 11 points, 8 rebounds, 5 assists, 3 steals, 1 block
Stefan Anderson – 19 points, 16 rebounds
Janos Giuranna – 9 points

Team Total FG:  36
Team Total 3FG:  3 (Kovacs, Lewis, Werner Jr.)
Team Total FT:  15-25

PERRY HALL PANTHERS

Adonis Stokes – 4 points
Nick Bruno – 6 points
Silvio Morisi – 4 points
Griffin Rodgers – 3 points
Nicholas Bailey – 2 points
Stephen Peterson – 2 points

Team Total FG:  7
Team Total 3FG:  1 (Bruno)
Team Total FT:  6-10

Record: 22-5

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Riverside boys’ basketball

Feb 20, 2018 (CIF Quarterfinals)

CSD-Riverside vs. #1 Duarte

CSDR  15-10-14-20= 59
Duarte  22-24-32-14= 92

End season with 15-12

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Texas girls’ basketball

We beat #7 ranked Woodlands Christian (Houston) 35-20 to advance to the
Area (Elite 8) round of the TAPPS 4A State Playoffs.  Our next opponent
will be #3 ranked Faith Academy (who is also in our district) on Saturday.

The winner will advance to the State Championship rounds played in Waco,
TX next weekend.

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inducted into county hall of fame

Johnny Olinger, who quarterbacked the Virginia School for the
Deaf and Blind football team to an unbeaten 10-0-0 record
in the 1969 season, has been inducted into the Smyth County
Hall of Fame.

Art Kruger, the Deaf American magazine sports editor was
faced with a difficult choice – which team was better as
the Team of the Year, 10-0-0 Virginia or 9-0-0 Illinois
School for the Deaf. He simply chose both schools to share
the Team of the Year honor.

Both schools did not face each other that season. Illinois
did defeat Virginia 73-0 in that season, but it was
Virginia High School (hearing) and not Virginia School
for the Deaf and Blind!
 

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Feb
20

2018/02/20

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DeafDigest Sports – February 20, 2018

barry@deafdigest.com; barry.strassler@gmail.com

Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

— Gallaudet updates (playoffs and another honor)

— basketball updates

— USADB hall of fame inductee little-known facts

— boys’ basketball team now in district championship finals

— girls’ team wins league championship

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— deaf player on national high school hearing All-American team
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/deaf-running-back-in-fifties/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 02/20/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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USADB hall of fame inductee little-known facts

They are the newest inductees

Darnell Woods – never played basketball in high school;
was a football star; after the Gallaudet football season,
he walked on the basketball team and made a big impact

Ron Emerson – played one season of college basketball
at Prairie View A&M and was immediately a fan favorite
despite playing very little. When games were nearly over,
fans screamed and clamored for the coach to play Ron.
The coach wouldn’t, but the fans screamed louder,
forcing the coach to give up and play Ron. He assisted
with the Gallaudet basketball team one season

Hubert Anderson – pulled off a feat that is impossible
for today’s coaches to duplicate – coaching the
Gallaudet team and the Washington Diplomats deaf club
team at the same time. Needless to say, the Diplomats
was considered Gallaudet’s unofficial farm team!
As a Gallaudet prep, he averaged 29 points a game with the
prep basketball team.

Michael Stultz – it it was impossible to separate him
from David Hamilton; they played together for years;
it was Stultz that made Hamilton look great – and
also it was Hamilton that made Stultz look great.
On these fast breaks, it was always either Hamilton
with the ball and Stultz at the wings – or -
Stultz with the ball and Hamilton at the wings -
very interchangeable and it led to many uncontested
layups.

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Road challenge for GU men’s basketball at Wilson in NEAC tournament
quarterfinal Tuesday night

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University men’s basketball team will hit the
road Tuesday and head to Wilson College to take on the Phoenix in the 2018
North Eastern Athletic Conference tournament quarterfinal round on at 7
p.m.

Season Series: Gallaudet, the No. 3 seed in the NEAC South Division, was
swept this season by Wilson, the No. 2 seed in the NEAC South Division.
The Phoenix won 75-61 on Jan. 17, 2018, at Gallaudet and last week Wilson
won 96-60 on its home court.

For a fourth time Neild named NEAC Women’s Basketball Student-Athlete of
the Week

GANSEVOORT, N.Y. – The North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) announced
its conference student-athlete of the week awards for the week of Feb. 19
and for a fourth time this season Gallaudet University’s junior
guard/forward Hannah Neild (Litchfield, N.H.) was selected as the NEAC
Women’s Basketball Student-Athlete of the Week.

Neild  continued her consistent play by averaging 27.5 points and 6.5
rebounds in a 2-0 week for the Bison. In a 78-76 win at Wilson, Neild
netted 28 points with nine rebounds, two assists, three steals and three
blocks. She added 27 points, four rebounds, two steals and three blocks in
a 65-56 win against Penn St.-Abington to help the Bison secure the No. 2
South seed. Neild finished the regular season as the NEAC leader with 591
points, 23.6 points per game and 93 steals. She also ranks nationally in
nearly a dozen offensive categories.

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

Gallaudet women’s basketball set to host Penn St.-Berks in NEAC
quarterfinal on Tuesday night

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University women’s basketball team will host
Penn St.-Berks in the 2018 North Eastern Athletic Conference tournament
quarterfinal round on Tuesday, Feb. 20, at 7 p.m. in the Field House on
Padden Court.

The GU athletics department invites the campus community to come out and
show its buff and blue spirit by packing the Field House and cheering on
the Bison!

Season Series: Gallaudet and Penn St.-Berks split the season series this
year. The Bison began conference play against the Nittany Lions back on
Nov. 29, 2017, with a 78-63 at home. The two teams met up, again, on Jan.
20, 2018, as Penn St.-Berks won 78-67 on its home court.

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Fremont girls’ basketball

CSD wins 2nd ever BCL Championship,
    breaks school season record for wins

Feb 17

Bay Counties League Championship Game
CSD  60
Holy Names  43

CSD is now 22-6 on a 12-game winning streak.

in addition to the championship victory, the team has broke the school
record for most wins in a season held by the 2014 and 2016 basketball
teams.

With the BCL Championship, we have earned an Automatic Qualifier for the
California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) North Coast Section (NCS)
Division VI Playoffs as known as the CIF NCS Div 6 Playoffs.

We found out that we are the #3 seed and will play Jewish Community, who
we defeated 53-17 on December 5 for our sixth game of the season.

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

Game Report- Feb 19th, 2018
KSD vs Garrard County at Danville HS (45th District)

KSD- 0 4 10 7яя 21
GC- 31 18 14 12-75

KSD (1-19) Ward 5, Collins 8, Yance 5, Haynes 3.

After losing in the district tournament, KSD has ended their season with
the record of 1-19.

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Kentucky girls’ basketball

Girls’ BB, 2/19/18:

45th District Tournament at Danville High School

Garrard County 61, KSD 11

Record: 3-16

This concludes the girls’ basketball season.  A big thank you to those who
have supported the 2017-18 KSD girls’ varsity basketball team!  GO
COLONELS!

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Lexington girls’ basketball

Lexington Girls Basketball

February 18, 2018

Game # 16

ESDAA Championship : Lexington vs Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf

LEX     -  6 – 2 – 8 – 4 = 20
WPSD -  2 – 4 – 6 – 7 = 19

Lexington won first Division One  ESDAA Championship in 20 years since
1998.

Heidy De La Rosa – 8 points, 2 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 steal ( MVP of the
tournament )
Dorgianny Flores – 6 pts, 1 rebound, 1 assist, 1 block, 7 steals
Gigi Zheng – 6 pts, 3 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 blocks, 1 steal
Yenifer Garcia – 7 rebounds
May Tun – 2 rebounds, 4 steals

Record: 14 – 2

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New Mexico basketball

V Girls (2/16)
NMSD -18
Walatowa – 50

Our final regular season game ended up in a disappointing loss with
Walatowa cruising to a win. Walatowa led at the half 30 – 9. We played
with much better defense in the second half limiting them to 20 points.
Sophomore Mya Malone led the team with 7 points, 5 rebounds, and 1 assist.
Sophomore Lindsay Hand came up with 6 points, 5 rebounds, 2 assists, 2
steals, and a block. Freshman Victoria Baca had 6 rebounds, 3 steals, 2
points, and a block. Sophomore Andrea Leyba came up with 3 steals, 1
rebound and a point. Senior Antonia Martinez with her quick hands earned 5
steals, 2 points, and a rebound. Senior Sherrena Bob came up big on the
glass earning 9 rebounds. 8th grader Olivia Haley saw a lot of action on
the court and earned herself a rebound.

Record 5 – 15
Coaches Roderick and Katie

V Boys (2/16)
NMSD 59
Walatowa 58

What an incredible game! In the 4th quarter, with 5 seconds left, 
Walatowa made a free throw which took them up by one point.  Without any
time outs left, Bruce Brewer Jr dribbled down the court and passed the
ball to Jonathan Garcia who then decided to drive to the basket. Sure
enough, Walatowa fouled on Jonathan RIGHT before the buzzer to end the
game went off. Jonathan went to the free throw line and he looked so
confident. He made both free throws, both hitting nothing but net.  Our
boys ran to Jonathan and celebrated the fact that we broke the school
record with 19 wins!  Leo and I want to say hats off to our boys for
believing that the game is not over until the clock runs out.   Senior
Jonathan got 23 points and Junior Deven Thompson made 17 points.

See you this coming Saturday for the District Championship game, please
share this with other NMSD alumni, family, and friends!

Clarification regarding district title and district championship…  we
have the district title which means we have an automatic bid in the state
tournament because of our first place rank in District 1A standings.  We
do not have the District championship yet, but we are the number 1 seed 
for the district basketball playoffs, We will need to win the district
championship game to be considered district champions and bring the
DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIP TROPHY home!  So please come this Saturday and cheer
our team on.

Next game:  District championship game, Saturday, February 24th @ NMSD @ 5
pm (see admission info below)
Overall record 19-4
District record 7-1
 

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Feb
08

2018/02/08

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DeafDigest Sports – February 8, 2018

barry@deafdigest.com; barry.strassler@gmail.com

Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

— basketball scores

— deaf girls’ basketball team clinches regular season championship

— Riverside’s very important basketball game tonite

— wrestling update

— Gallaudet basketball wins; men qualify for playoffs

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— Gallaudet’s only NCAA-III football All-American first-teamer
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/number-one-deaf-basketball-player-up-to-1950/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 02/08/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

GU hangs on to sweep season series with Bryn Athyn on Pink Night

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet women’s basketball team secured a tight 68-65
win over Bryn Athyn College in a close North Eastern Athletic Conference
(NEAC) South Division game here Wednesday night in the Field House on
Padden Court.

Gallaudet (9-13, 7-7 NEAC) saw its fourth quarter six-point lead switch in
favor of Bryn Athyn (6-17, 3-11 NEAC) with 3:41 left in regulation as the
Lions led 61-59. Junior guard Hannah Neild (Litchfield, N.H.) came down
and hit a clutch three-pointer followed by a jumper to give Gallaudet the
64-61 lead at the 2:45 mark. The Bison made some key free throws down the
stretch and led 67-65 with just 16 seconds left when Bryn Athyn turned the
ball over, on a double-dribble call, to hand GU the game.

Neild scored a game-high 28 points while junior forward Sabina Shysh
(Tucson, Ariz.) added 20 points and a game-high seven assists. Neild added
six rebounds, five assist, four steals and one block. Senior forward
Kelsey Hudson (Blissfield, Mich.) grabbed a team-high 12 rebounds to go
with seven points

Gallaudet trailed Bryn Athyn by 11 points, 14-3, early in the first
quarter but went on a 11-3 run to cut the Lions’ lead to three, 17-14, at
the end of the first. GU finally took the lead right before halftime where
it led 35-32.

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Bison punch postseason ticket with win over Bryn Athyn

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University men’s basketball team picked up a
crucial North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) South Division victory
here Wednesday night as the Bison led from start-to-finish in an 81-63
victory over Bryn Athyn College in the Field House on Padden Court.

The win helps to clinch a conference tournament berth for Gallaudet (7-15,
7-7 NEAC) as it now stands 6-4 in NEAC South Division games with two
conference contests left. The top four teams from the North and South
Division will make the NEAC tournament based off their divisional records.
The Bison can still improve their tournament seeding with games against
Wilson and Penn St.-Abington, both ahead of GU in the South Division, in
the next two weeks.

Sophomore guard Noah Valencia (Riverside, Calif.) scored 17 of his
game-high 31 points in the second half as he made 5 of 7 shots from
three-point range. He made 11 of 18 shots from the field in the game,
grabbed four rebounds and passed out three assists. Senior forward Andy
Cruz (Bronx, N.Y.) added 13 points, nine rebounds, four steals, two
assists and one block. Freshman Lance Wood (Fishers, Ind.) came off the
bench and scored a career best 10 points and ripped down six boards.
Freshman guard Preston Kelly (Fishers, Ind.) passed out a career-high nine
assists, grabbed seven rebounds, two steals and scored six points in the
win.

Gallaudet led 41-32 at the half after Valencia drained a three-pointer at
the buzzer to give the Bison a nine-point lead the momentum.

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Fremont girls’ basketball

CSD 68
Holy Names 39

CSD is now 19-6, 10-1 League on a 9-game winning streak.

With this victory over Holy Names, we have clinched the Bay Counties
League Regular Season Championship and will be the #1 seed in the upcoming
BCL playoffs on Feb 15 and 17

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Kentucky Girls basketball

Girls’ BB, 2/6/18

Riverside Christian 39, KSD 29

Record: 3-13

Next up: Red Bird Christian, away, 2/13/18

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Lexington boys’ basketball

Lex 44 – Summit Queen 30

Lexington Leaders

Jayden Orlang – 21 pts, 5 steals

Steve Salmon – 10 Pts, 17 rebounds

Tayqwan Richardson – 8 rebounds

Record 8-7

LEX 48 – Hallen 25

Lexington Leaders

Jayden Orlang- 23 pts, 7 steals

Steve Salmon- 11 rebounds, 9 Steals, 6 Assist

Timar Harris- 11 pts 6 steals

Jordan Laikram – 10 pts, 11 rebounds

9-7

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Model sports

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Tuesday, February 6, 2018 at 7:00 PM

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 31

Berman Hebrew Academy: 39

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Wednesday, February 7, 2018 at 6:30 PM

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 49

Edmund Burke School: 42

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Wrestling

Wrestling

Date: Wednesday, February 7, 2018 at 5:00 PM

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 21

St. Stephen’s and St. Agnes School: 29

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Wrestling

Wrestling

Date: Wednesday, February 7, 2018 at 5:00 PM

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 39

Randolph-Macon Academy: 13

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Riverside boys’ basketball

*Game #18*
CSDR 63
Carnegie 99

*Game #19 *
CSDR 32
Carneige 98

*Game #20*
CSDR 31
Upland Christan 57

*Game #21*
CSDR 69
Hamilton 45

*Game #22*
CSDR 85
La Sierra Academy 48

*Game #23*
CSDR 58
Upland Christian 61

Record: 12-10

Next Game: Feb 8 vs. Sherman Indian

*If we lose tonight then we end our season, if we win we should enter CIF
plays-off. *

 

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Feb
02

2018/02/02

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DeafDigest Sports – February 2, 2018

barry@deafdigest.com; barry.strassler@gmail.com

Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

— basketball scores

— wrestling update

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— deaf punter in CFL
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/rookie-in-semi-pro-football/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 02/02/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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American basketball

 Girls game vs Central Christian was cancelled due to lack of players.
Team is still working around illnesses.

 Boys played at Central Christian, getting off to a slow start in the
first half. Central Christian played a very strong game taking care of the
basketball and taking smart shots. ASD found themselves down 16-33 at
halftime. Coaches made some defensive adjustments in the second half and
the team started to roar back. ASD ran out of time to complete the
comeback falling by a score of 50-58. Andrew Ray Taylor had 18 points,
Robert Milone chipped in 15 points. Team record is now 10-5.

 Boys JV opened up play against the West Hartford Youth League. The team
was sharp in the opening minutes of the game taking a quick and early
lead. Players were rotated into the game, many of them getting their first
playing experiences. Tigers entered the fourth quarter down 13 points and
rallied back making it a 1 point game with 30 seconds to play. Tigers
missed several lay ups in the final seconds. After a foul the team had the
ball down 2 points with 8 seconds to play. The team went for the win and
saw a game winning three point attempt bounce off the front of the rim.
Lost 36-38.

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Florida boys’ basketball

Dragons 62
CC 55
Halftime score: FSDB 23-26 CC

I’m not sure how to open up this game recap, so I’m gonna pay homage to
the late Keith Jackson, “WHOOOOOOOOAAAAAA NELLIE!”.  The boys played
harmoniously once again and toppled CC 62-55 in a wild game at Settles
Gym.

Coming into this game, we knew Calvary was a great team.  They annhiliated
all of our common opponents including a team we just lost to by 25 last
week.  But our boys were up to the task and more.  I’m going to continue
with the dinner table analogy from
last night and say that we carved up their press for easy baskets in the
beginning.  That forced them to lay back and play honest defense.

That threw us off guard a little bit as we only scored 9 points in the 2nd
quarter.  In the second half we started hot and stayed that way to score
18 and 19 points in the 3rd and 4th quarters.

The best part of the game came in the end with 5 seconds left when they
were playing tight man to man defense and Wallace Burrell executed a
perfect screen to spring Quintin Galpine loose and Samy Vital hit him in
stride towards the basket and Quintin
finished with a thunderous dunk!  The gym went crazy and we nearly brought
down the roof!

Leading scorers tonight: Galpine 19, Yahir Rodriguez 15, Samy Vital 13,
Luis Merced 7, Burrell 4, Walter Douglas 4.

We have a last minute addition to our schedule. See below

Season record: 14-8

Next game:
2/5 HOME vs First Coast Christian. Tipoff at 6.

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Fremont girls’ basketball

CSD 60
California Crosspoint 21

CSD is now 17-6 on a 7-game winning streak, 8-1 league with 3 games
remaining.

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Indiana boys’ basketball

Lighthouse East 78
Indiana Deaf       76

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Iowa girls’ basketball

Lost to Riverside 36-7
Record 0-17

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Iowa boys’ basketball

ISD 37  Riverside JV 46

0-18

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Lexington Girls Basketball

Game #8

Lexington at Pennsylvania School for the Deaf

LEX – 8 – 7 – 13 – 12 – 4 = 44 OT
PSD-14 -3  – 12 – 11-10 = 50

Halftime – PSD led 17 – 15

Heidy De La Rosa – 22 pts, 5 rebounds, 4 assists, 8 steals
Gigi Zheng – 14 pts, 4 rebounds, 2 blocks
Dorgianny Flores – 6 pts, 4 assists, 6 steals
May Tun – 2 pts, 6 rebounds,  1 steal
Yenifer Garcia – 2 rebounds, 3 steals, 2 blocks

Record: 6 – 2

Stevenson at Lexington

Stevenson gave a forfeit game to Lexington today.

RSL – 0 = 0
LEX – 2 = 2

Record – 7 – 2

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Marie Philip boys’ basketball

MPS 39 Commonwealth 36

We got off with good start with 20-5 leading then started to falling
apart. Commonwealth played tough man to man defense against us. We battled
and let Commonwealth came back to tied us in second half. Turnovers and
bad selection on our shots that lead them to came back. We finally got out
of the misery action then we put ourselves back to lead the game. Junior,
Kacey Monahan led the team with 24 points, 7 rebounds and 2 steals. We
also didn’t have three starters in the game which it gave Commonwealth
hope for upset. We are clinched third place for our MBIL (Mass Bay
Independent League) will face Chapel Hill on first round playoff.

Next game vs. Waring today at MPS @ 515pm.

Record now 11-7 MBIL 5-4

This one is our last game before we hit the road onto WPSD’s host ESDAA
Tourney next weekend.

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Maryland girls’ basketball

Maryland School for the Deaf @ Rockbridge Academy

             1    2    3   4  =  Total

MSD – 17  10   8   6  =  41

RA –     8    6    6   2  =  22

MARYLAND ORIOLES

A. Glennon – 2 points

S. Herzig Wilcox – 6 points, 3 rebounds, 2 steals,

A. Patterson – 1 steal

C. Perry – 15 points, 16 rebounds, 2 steals, 3 assists, 4 blocks

R. Guettler – 14 points, 12 rebounds, 10 steals, 5 assists

H. Johnston-Shaw – 2 steals

E. Beldon – 2 points, 3 rebounds, 6 steals, 5 assists

M. Luebehusen – 2 points, 3 rebounds

E. Kovacs – 1 rebound

Team FG:  20

Team 3-FG:  0

Team FT:  1-4

ROCKBRIDGE ACADEMY

V. Grey – 6 points

S. Williams – 4 points

J. Blazer – 2 points

A. Craig – 2 points

M. Taiwo – 8 points

Team FG:  11

Team 3-FG:  0

Team FT:  0-4

Record: 16-4

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Maryland boys’ basketball

Maryland School for the Deaf @ Rockbridge Academy

               1     2    3   4   =  Total
MSD -    12  18  20 10  =  60
RA    -     6   11  16  10  =  43

Halftime -  MSD led 30-17

MSD ORIOLES

Jaden Joseph -  4 points, 3 rebounds
John Werner, Jr. – 3 points, 4 rebounds, 5 assists, 3 steals
Rory Lewis – 29 points, 7 rebounds, 3 steals
Esteban Kovacs – 5 assists
Miguel Pavao – 1 point
Stefan Anderson – 12 points, 8 rebounds
Jason Werner – 11 points

Team Total FG:  19
Team Total 3FG:  10 (Lewis 8, Anderson 2)
Team Total FT:  12-21

ROCKBRIDGE SCOTS

Ben Autt – 4 points
James Jackson – 4 points
David Lyt – 17 points
Elijah Bongs – 3 points
Tim Sohmer – 12 points
Jim Tatterson – 2 points
Tobi Ajuwon – 1 point

Team Total FG:  18
Team Total 3FG:  5 (Lyt 3, Bongs, Sohmer)
Team Total FT:  2-10

Record: 18-4

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Mississippi girls’ basketball

Mississippi School f/t Deaf 49
Piney Woods 23

MSD points
Alexis Roberts 21 points
Raegan Hendrix 7 points
Nilah Orey 10 points
Tamer Grant 5 points
Guan Smith 4 points
Koreiona Guy 2 points

Record 16- 2
Next Game 2/8 @ Jackson Academy

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Missouri basketball

Missouri School for the Deaf hosted Fulton St. Albans

February 1, 2018

Girls

Fulton St. Albans                            14     2    11    7  =  34
Missouri School for the Deaf       4     4    12    8  = 28

MSD Girls
Delanzia Hayes  -   14 points, 7 rebounds, and 2 steals.
Melissa Davis      -   8 points, 4 rebounds, and 2 steals.
Cristin Kohl        -      4 points, 11 rebounds, and 7 steals.
Sara Farmer -         2 points, 11 rebounds, and   3 steals.

Record 1- 14

Fulton St. Albans girls
Miss Douglass  10 points
Miss Ritchey 8 points

Boys

Fulton St. Albans                               2       8     10     12  
=  32
Missouri School for the Deaf      14    15      14    15   =  58

MSD boys-  our boys played very well on defense and even we used our
fastbreak and scored often.

Mikal Meriwether – 27 points, and 16 rebounds.
Docato Pierson     -   15 points, 2 rebounds,  and 3 steals.
Conner Luper        -  10 points, and 18 rebounds.
Hezeki Smott          -   4 points, 2 rebounds,  4 assists, and 3 steals.

Record  2 – 13

Fulton St. Albans boys
Joseph Alt-  12 points
Josiah Currier -10 points

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Model boys’  basketball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Thursday, February 1, 2018 at 6:30 PM

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 39

Georgetown Day School: 55

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New Jersey Basketball Results

February 1, 2018 @ NJSD

Girls

NYSD 39

NJSD  27

This was a close game until the fourth quarter when the Lady Colts (only 6
players but one fouled out) did not have the energy to hold off a 16 – 4
run by the Tornados. Alexis Holland lead the team with 14 points.
De’Avian
Watson had 5 points, 8 rebounds, 6 blocks and 6 steals. Giezi Teuttle
added
6 points, 11 rebounds and 3 steals. Naiajah Wilson had 2 points, 1
rebound,
2 assists, 1 block and 2 steals.

Season Record: 2 – 8

Boys

NYSD 47

NJSD 32

The Colts started off with a handicap with their best rebounds not playing
and the Colts had a hard time on the boards. Freshman Nasir Gurganus lead
the team with 13 points. Chris Brown had 8 points and another freshman
Marco Espinoza added 6 points. Chris Ayers added the last 3 points.

Season record: 3 – 5

The next games for both teams will be at PSD Tuesday February 6th.

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New Mexico girls’ basketball

V Girls (1/30)
NMSD – 35
Wagon Mound – 18

The roadrunners broke their three game losing slump with a good
performance at Wagon Mound. We started off not doing a great job on the
defensive side, being down at the end of the first quarter with Wagon
Mound leading 9-8. During the second quarter, we did a great job shutting
them down and not letting them score a point, while we went off on a 10
point quarter. At the half we were leading 18 -9. However, the team was
not satisfied with their performance and knew that they could play better.
We finished the third quarter with a 14 point performance to Wagon Mound’s
6. And cruised to a win 35 – 18.

Sophomore Lindsay Hand had a double- double with 18 rebounds, 16 points,
and 2 blocks. Freshman Victoria Baca with her quick hands contributed to
the team with 10 points, 5 steals, and 2 rebounds. Sophomore Mya Malone
continued her dominance on the board with 15 rebounds, 2 steals, and a
block and a point a piece. Sophomore Andrea Leyba’s shooting woes
continued, however, she scored a basket, had 1 assist, 1 steal, and a
rebound. Her presence on the court did not show on the stat sheet, but her
energy and positive demeanor was much needed for the team. 8th grader
Sophia Martinez, continues to prove to the team that she is a valuable
asset and a force to be reckoned with when asked to step in. Senior
Sherrena Bob, who did a fantastic job preventing second chance points on
the defensive side by doing all the little things such as; boxing out and
challenging the shooter, helped the team with 2 points, 3 rebounds, and 1
assist. Senior guard, Antonia Martinez, who unfortunately ha
d a brief injury scare, was able to contribute to the team with her 2
points, 1 rebound and a block before her night was cut short. The team
looks forward to continue being consistent playing hard and aggressive,
with our next game being on February 6th on our home floor against
Walatowa.

Record 4 – 7

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Phoenix basketball

We went down to Tucson to play Academy of Tucson.

Girls lost 27-15.  Now 4-17.  Next up:  vs. Duncan tomorrow night (our Senior Night).

Boys won 51-23.  Now 3-19.  Next up: vs. Duncan tomorrow night (our Senior Night)

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Rhode Island girls’ basketball

RISD Girls Basketball

Our girls’ basketball team played host to Sophia Academy on Wednesday,
January 31st — the second of four games for our girls’ this week as they
continue their preparations for the upcoming ESDAA Div. 2 Girls’
Basketball Tournament next week in Delaware.

Sophia Academy had a strong duo, a point guard and a center who did most
of the work for their team, scoring 30 of 38 team points. Our girls
struggled to stop these duo consistently. We focused instead on the
positives that our team showed including more girls scoring baskets and
attempting shots.

Sophia Academy won the game 38-20.

SA -       20  18  - 38
RISD -  10   10  – 20

RISD
Lillian K. – 6 Points
Ellie L. – 4 Points
Yasmin S. – 4 Points
Olivia C. – 4 Points

RISD Girls Basketball Record: 3-12
Next Game: Thursday, February 1st @ Lincoln School (4:00 P.M.)

RISD Girls Basketball

Our RISD Girls’ Basketball team traveled to Lincoln School to play the
first basketball game between these two schools. This turned out to be one
of the most competitive game our girls have had — we were barely hanging
on to a 14-12 halftime lead. In the second half, our girls woke up and we
were able to pull away, holding a 10-point lead at one point. Fatigue set
in on our girls and we slowly started to allow the lead to slip away and
would ultimately lose on a buzzer-beating layup by Lincoln School’s
leading scorer (who finished with 14 points).

The coaches hope that this game will serve as a good stepping stone for
our girls – shows all of our starters were able to score, and with a lead
– we must protect it, not cruise toward the end of the game! Only two
games left for us before we travel to Delaware for the 2018 ESDAA Div. 2
Tournament!

RISD – 14  10  – 24
LS     – 12   14  – 26

RISD
Yasmin S. – 8 Points
Melissa E-G. – 6 Points
Lillian K. – 4 Points
Olivia C. – 4 Points
Ellie L. – 2 Points

RISD Girls Basketball Record: 3-13
Next Game: Saturday, February 3rd vs. Lexington School for the Deaf (2:30
P.M.)

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St. Mary’s boys basketball result

The Bisons headed south to face The Gow School.  The Ravens had redemption
on their minds from the last game.  The Bisons, tired and on their third
game of the week started fast as they normally do.  Nick Barrus continued
to “steal” the show and finished with 11 steals along with 15 points. 
Christian Lawrence had 10 points and 8 boards.  Dalton Planty had 9
points.  Kassim Kassim chipped in 8 points and Isa Habeeb had 7 points. 
The Bisons headed north back to Buffalo with another win for the season. 
Final score was St. Mary’s 49…Gow 38.

Our record is 7 wins…1 loss.  Next game is Tuesday February 6th against
New Life Christian.

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Tennessee basketball

Girls

Berean Christian 38  Tennessee 33

4-12

Boys

Berean Christian 74 Tennessee 35

2-15

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Texas wrestling

TSD pulled the Win over McNeil High School.   45-33.

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Texas girls’ basketball

We had two games this week (originally scheduled for 3 but Concordia
Lutheran had to close their school for the rest of the week due to a
serious flu outbreak).

Tuesday:
Beat Geneva Boerne 53-24

Wednesday:
Beat San Marcos Academy 56-6 (halftime score was 44-2)

We have our final game of the regular season on Monday (rescheduled game)
vs Concordia then we begin our 3-game District playoffs.  This will
determine which of the top 4 teams will advance to the 4A State playoffs
from our district. 

We are currently ranked #8 in the state for TAPPS 4A with two other teams
in our district ranked #7 (Brentwood Christian- we lost to by 3) and #3
(Faith Academy Marble Falls- we lost to by 8).

We are now 24-6 overall, 4-2 in district (one more district game left on Monday)

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Washington basketball

Lady Terriers 23 vs. Woodland 43

WSD – 7-2-8-6

Record 5-12 (League 0-6)

Ashantay Truong – 7 

Emma McKinney   

Annie Kvamme – 2

LeAnna Clearbrook – 4

Jessane Rogers

Kelly Gutierrez – 8    

Ashley Balcazar  

Etasha Stone

Jenifer Tudor – 2        

 

Woodland JV – 7-9-14-13

 

Terriers 37 vs. Firm Foundation 42

WSD – 11-4-6-16

Final Season Record 3-14 (League 0-8)

Cristian Martinez-White – 14         

Ricardo Pineda – 2

Taylor Payne – 4       

John Smart

Osvaldo Cruz 

Juan Ramirez – 15     

Ramon Varaja

Jose Ramirez – 2    

Yovany Barragan

Abraham Castro

 

FF – 15-7-9-11

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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

WPSD 26 – First Baptist Christian School 37

Points
Danielle Fisher – 15
Ryane Smalley – 5

Record
5 – 10

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Western Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

@ First Baptist

WPSD 51 – FB 49

C. DяяAmore – 19 points
D. Harclerode – 12 points

Record 6 – 9
 

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DeafDigest Sports – January 27, 2018

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Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

— basketball scores

— Western Schools Basketball Classic scores

— hockey family

— Gallaudet’s pre-season All-American

— Football All-Star game

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— deaf enforcer in NHL                                                                                         
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/hockey-family/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 01/27/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Gallaudet softball

GU’s Alyssa Barlow named to Fastpitch News’ preseason All-American softball team

WASHINGTON – Fastpitch News, an online women’s softball newspaper, named
its 2018 preseason NCAA DIII All-American Softball Team and selected
Gallaudet University senior pitcher/first baseman Alyssa Barlow (Chandler,
Ariz.) for the second team. This is the first Fastpitch News honor in
program history.

Barlow, last season, posted an .518 batting average where she tallied 58
hits, 10 doubles, four triples, 28 runs, 23 runs batted in, 76 total bases
and 11 walks. In the field, she had a .958 fielding percentage with 150
putouts and 33 assists. In the circle, she won six games in 16 starts,
made two saves, completed 14 games, pitched 99.2 innings and recorded 73
strikeouts.

Barlow is one of five selections from the North Eastern Athletic
Conference

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Western Schools Basketball Classic scores
hosted by Phoenix Day School for the Deaf

8:30 a.m.   Girls Oregon      Utah  OSD: 37 | USD: 7
10:00 a.m.  Boys  Oregon      Utah  OSD: 53 | USD: 19
11:30 a.m.  Girls Washington  Arizona     WSD: 13 | ASD: 41
1:00 p.m.   Boys  Washington  Arizona     WSD: 32 | ASD: 47
2:30 p.m.   Girls Utah  Phoenix     USDB: 16 | PDSD: 42
4:00 p.m.   Boys  Utah  Phoenix     USDB: 39 | PDSD: 47
5:30 p.m.   Girls Arizona     Oregon      ASD: 28 | OSD: 25
7:00 p.m.   Boys  Arizona     Oregon      ASD: 29 | OSD: 30

8:30 a.m.   Girls Phoenix     Washington  PDSD: 26 | WSD: 20
10:00 a.m.  Boys  Phoenix     Washington  PDSD: 48 | WSD: 51
11:30 a.m.  Girls Utah  Arizona     USDB: 19 | ASD: 39
1:00 p.m.   Boys  Utah  Arizona     USDB: 18 | ASD: 62
2:30 p.m.   Girls Washington  Oregon      WSD: 26 | OSD: 24
4:00 p.m.   Boys  Washington  Oregon      WSD: 32 | OSD: 35
5:30 p.m.   Girls Arizona     Phoenix     ASD: 23 | PDSD: 17
7:00 p.m.   Boys  Arizona     Phoenix     ASD: 40 | PDSD: 27

today’s games:
8:30 a.m.   Girls Utah  Washington 
10:00 a.m.  Boys  Utah  Washington 
11:30 a.m.  Girls Phoenix     Oregon     
1:00 p.m.   Boys  Phoenix     Oregon     
2:30 p.m.   Girls 3rd/4th game     TBA  
4:00 p.m.   Boys  3rd/4th game     TBA  
6:00 p.m.   Girls Championship     TBA  
7:30 p.m.   Boys  Championship     TBA

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Arkansas football

Another honor for Shaq’Ke Robinson.  He was selected to play in the
Arkansas Activities Association statewide All-Star game in June.

note:
Arkansas did not play 8-man football this past fall. Shaq’Ke Robinson,
a senior, then joined the 11-man team at a nearby high school. As a
devastating force on defensive line, he was selected as DeafDigest
Sports 11-man Football Defensive Player of the Year

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Florida boys’ basketball

1/23 at River City Science Academy (Jacksonville):
Dragons 58
Halifax 62
Halftime score: FSDB 23-27 RCSA

It was a back n forth affair all night.  In the end RCSA made more plays
than we did.  The fans certainly got their money’s worth.  However, this
poor ol’ coach, probably needs to have his blood pressure checked.  This
is a team we beat by 17 the last
time we played.  For whatever reason, we just couldn’t find that extra
gear to pull away this time.

Next week is our last week of games and we’ve got 3 of them (2 are at home
after being away from Settles since 12/11/17).
Senior Night will be on 2/1 vs a very formidable Calvary Christian team. 
We will start the Senior night presentation at 5:30 and tip off at 6.

Season record: 11-8

Next games: 1/30 @ SJCDS (Orange Park). Tipoff at 7. V Girls play at 530.
1/31 HOME vs Duval Charter. Tipoff at 7:30. MS boys play at 6.
2/1 HOME SENIOR NIGHT vs Calvary Christian. Seniors presentation at 5:30,
Tipoff at 6.

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Model basketball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Thursday, January 25, 2018 at 5:30 pm

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 34

Field School: 24

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Thursday, January 25, 2018 at 4:00 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 45

Field School: 47

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North Carolina boys’ basketball

Nebo Christian  58
NCSD                    46

First game since Jan 2.

Team record is 1-7

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Rochester boys’ basketball

1/23 vs. Union Springs. L (23-48)
1/25 vs. Rochester Rapids. L (27-46)

1/26 vs. Fanwood Tornadoes… L (36-60)

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Tennessee basketball

Girls
Cosby 59 Tennessee 15

Boys
Cosby 70 Tennessee 18

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Deaf Hockey

part of web posting

Hockey family with hearing impairment heading to Canadian Deaf Games

It’s what the Kyte family leaves behind in the locker room that sets them
apart — their hearing aids.

Members of the Ottawa family, four of whom attend university in Nova
Scotia, will be competing at the Canadian Deaf Games next month in
Winnipeg, one of five teams in the ice hockey event.

The family of hockey players, all hearing impaired, will play together
under their family name — Team Kyte. 

They don’t sign, they lip read and use their hearing aids.

But to prepare for the competition, the players have stopped wearing their
hearing aids, which they’re not allowed to use in the tournament in order
to level the playing field for players who are completely deaf.

 

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Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

— basketball scores

— wrestling update

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— Gallaudet football embarrassment
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day

http://deafdigest.com/bringing-up-the-ball/


Basketball won/lost records (as of 01/22/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Lexington Girls Basketball

January 20, 2018

Game # 7

 Pennsylvania  School for the Deaf at Lexington

PSD – 7 – 6 -10 -16 = 39
LEX – 5 -  3 – 6  – 9  = 23

Halftime : PSD led 13 – 8

Gigi Zheng – 13 pts, 5 rebounds,
Heidy De La Rosa – 8 pts, 4 steals
May Tun – 2 pts, 6 rebounds, 3 assists, 3 steals, 3 blocks
Dorgianny Flores – 3 rebounds, 3 assists, 4 steals
Yenifer Garcia – 5 rebounds, 6 steals, 1 block

Record : 6 – 1

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Marie Philip girls’ basketball

Last Friday (1/19) game MPS traveled to Boston University
Academy (BUA).  We only had 6 player from 6th grade to 9th grade. First
half,  our girls learned to play together with two first time starters. It
was a little rusty at first but we did a very good job learning each
other. The score at halftime was BUA leading 14-13.  During the second
half BUA team went on a full court press against us.
We were overwhelmed at first but we learned to make adjustments. We
refused to give up and counter-moved with a half-court press. We were
getting closer however the time had ran out.  We lost the game with final
score, 29-35.  Coach Anderson and I were so proud how much desire and
determination our girls had in the game.

 Record 7-5

Next game – Tuesday, January 23 at International School of Boston – 515 pm
game time.

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Maryland wrestling

newspaper story

Maryland School for the Deaf came away with four champions at the Willigan
tournament, a national deaf tournament, at Indiana School for the Deaf.

The Orioles’ first-place winners were Colton Bazalewski (106 pounds),
Crosse Herpin (126), Alexsander Raimundo (145) and Bryan Pineda (195)

Tylique Groas (182) and Brody McAfee (220) each took second, while Maurice
Braxton (152) took third.

In the duals tournament, MSD placed fifth.

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Missouri basketball

Girls
Missouri School for the Deaf    7    6     6     1  = 20
Illinois School for the Deaf       14   15   11   4  = 44

MSD Girls
Delanzia Hayes – 15 points , 8 rebounds, and 2 steals
Sara Famer         – 3 points, 8 rebounds, and 3 steals

Record 1- 7

ISD
Trashauna Tate -  15 points
Kayla Claubourn-  19points

Boys
MSD   12      8    10     9  = 39
ISD      12    18    20   21  = 71

MSD
Dacota Pierson 17 points, 2 rebound , and 3 steals
Mikal Meriwether 13 points and 8 rebounds

Record 1 – 8

ISD
Jon Saner 13 points
Shannon 35 points

Girls
Kansas school for the Deaf       24   16    4    0  = 44
Missouri School for the Deaf     2      4   10   2  = 18

MSD girls
Delanzia Hayes – 12 points and 6 rebounds
Cristin Khol, Sara framer, and Melissa Davis – 2 points each
Addiysn Tapelle  – 8 rebounds

Record 1- 8

KSD girls
Madison Walch – 18 points
Kaylee Wells -  12  points

Boys
KSD      18    26   19   15  =  78
MSD    13    12    8    12  =   39

MSD
Dacota Pierson       20 points and 2 rebounds
Mikal Meriwether 15 points and 7 rebounds
Hezeki Smoot          10 points, 2 assists, and steal

Record 1- 9

KSD
Jayman Washington  28 points
Tayte McCaskey and  Symansky  – 16 points each

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Model sports

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Saturday, January 20, 2018 at 1:00 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 28

Sandy Spring Friends School: 58

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Wrestling

Wrestling

Date: Friday, January 19, 2018 at 5:00 pm

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 54

California SD – Riverside: 24

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Wrestling

Wrestling

Date: Friday, January 19, 2018 at 2:40 pm

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 60

California SD – Fremont: 18

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Wrestling

Wrestling

Date: Friday, January 19, 2018 at 1:00 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 30

Indiana School for the Deaf: 48

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Wrestling

Wrestling

Date: Friday, January 19, 2018 at 10:40 am

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 54

Maryland School For The Deaf: 18

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Wrestling

Wrestling

Date: Friday, January 19, 2018 at 9:00 am

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 40

Texas School for the Deaf HS: 36

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Rhode Island basketball

RISD Boys Basketball Recap

On Saturday January 20th, the New York School for the Deaf-Fanwood came
into town for a Div 1 vs. Div 2 ESDAA match up. The game started with
great intensity on both sides but the inside game of NYSD proved to be too
much for the Roosters. The final score was 44 to 24. Timothy Jallah scored
9 points to go with his 7 rebounds and Jayden Elias chipped in with 8
points.

RISD Boys Basketball Record: 3-12
Next Game: Tuesday, January 23rd vs. American School for the Deaf (3:30
P.M.)

RISD Girls Basketball Recap

RISD Girls Basketball played host to New York School for the Deaf on a
Saturday day game — this would be a good test for our girls going up
against a team that was on a similar competitive level as us. Fanwood
started off strong, grabbing a 10-5 lead halfway through the first half
but our girls were able to keep the game close as the halftime score was
14-9 Fanwood.

In the second half, we were able to step up on defense and held Fanwood to
just four second-half points. We were even able to cut the lead to a
single possession toward the end of the game, but our girls struggled to
convert on their shot opportunities. NYSD girls won an exciting game by
the final score of 18-13.

NYSD – 14  4  – 18
RISD  -  9    4  – 13

RISD
Yasmin S. – 7 Points
Ellie L. – 2 Points
Olivia C. – 2 Points
Melissa E-G. – 2 Points

RISD Girls Basketball Record: 2-10
Next Game: Tuesday, January 23rd vs. American School for the Deaf (4:45
P.M.)

 

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DeafDigest Sports – January 13, 2018

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Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

— basketball scores

— Clerc results

— Gallaudet swimming updates

— Illinois football

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— deaf referee in national college basketball tournament
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/gallaudet-golden-gloves-boxing-champion/
(he did Gallaudet proud by defeating top hearing opponents)

Basketball won/lost records (as of 01/13/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Clerc boys’ championship flight scores
(8 schools; Arizona and American were invited)

Clerc boys’ semi finals
Maryland 80
Riverside 41

Indiana 45
Texas 37

Clerc girls’ pool play scores

Texas 56 (reaches the finals)
Indiana 35

Maryland 32 (reaches the finals
Fremont 31

championship games

boys:
Maryland vs Indiana

girls:
Texas vs Maryland

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Gallaudet women’s swimming

GU women’s swimming begin new year with 110-70 victory

WASHINGTON – It was a solid victory for the Gallaudet University women’s
swimming and diving here Friday night as the Bison defeated Penn
St.-Altoona, 110-70, in a non-conference meet in the Field House pool.

Gallaudet (4-5) took home first in six events led by sophomore Jackie
Perkins (Hampton, Va.), who won two events. She began her night with a win
in the 50-yard freestyle with a time of 29.49 seconds. She was first in
the 100-yard breaststroke (1:17.85) and finished second in the 100-yard
freestyle (1:07.44) behind junior teammate Alisia Metante (Pleasanton,
Calif.), who set a new personal record time of 1:04.73. Metante was second
to Perkins in the 50-yard freestyle with a close time of 30.11 seconds.

GU swept two events as junior Alyssa Hanbury (Orlando, Fla.) won the
100-yard backstroke (1:24.04) as she out-touched fellow junior Jana Kiefer
(Leander, Texas), who finished in 1:24.10. Sophomore Jessica Monroe
(Senoia, Ga.) was first in the 1,000-yard freestyle (14:22.72) while
senior Faye Frez-Albrecht (Canton, Conn.) was second with a new personal
best time of 16:10.39.

Monroe was second in the 100-yard butterfly (1:22.01) followed by Kiefer
in third (1:24.67). Monroe was also second in the 500-yard freestyle
(6:55.40) while Metante was third (7:20.68).

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Gallaudet men’s swimming

Bison edged by Lions in home non-conference meet

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University men’s swimming and diving program
got back into the Field House pool Friday night for a non-conference meet
with Penn St.-Altoona. The Bison men won seven of the 11 events but came
up short, 92-88.

The duo of senior Jonathan Tikhonoff (Folsom, Calif.) and freshman
Benjamin Sealts (Ottawa, Ohio) led the way as they combined to win three
individual events each. Tikhonoff was first in the 200-yard freestyle as
he touched the wall in one minutes, 57.38 seconds. He followed that with a
first-place finish in the 100-yard butterfly (58.40) and the 500-yard
freestyle (5:26.76). Sealts set a new personal best time in the 100-yard
breaststroke as he finished in 1:06.35 to cap his evening. He started the
meet with a first-place finish in the 200-yard IM (2:05.30) and  100-yard
backstroke (55.99).

Gallaudet junior Julian Simons (Austin, Texas) finished first in the
1,000-yard freestyle with a time of 16:21.73 while senior David Bruno
(Patchogue, N.Y.) took second (19:24.75) to pick-up 13 team points for the
Bison (2-6).

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Alabama Basketball

*Lady Warriors*

Talladega County Central 68  Alabama 14
Winterboro 56  Alabama 10
Victory Christian 41  Alabama 16

Season record: 3 – 15

*Silent Warrior*

Talladega County Central 61  Alabama 32
Winterboro 69  Alabama 40
Alabama 49  Victory Christian 44

Season record: 9 – 10

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Florida boys’ basketball

We had 2 games this week.  Came out of it 1-1.  Here are the results.

1/9 at Oak Hall (Gainesville):
Dragons 37
Oak Hall 57
Halftime score: FSDB 19-29 OHS

1/11 at First Coast Christian (Jax):
Dragons 48
FCC 42
Halftime score: FSDB 19 – 23 FCC

Season record: 7-6

Next game: Mason Dixon tournament at Alabama School for the Deaf.  We are
the #3 seeded team.  We will play Thursday at 4pm cst versus either South
Carolina or Louisiana.

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Fremont basketball

Greetings from cold, wet Gallaudet University.  Our student-athletes have
been enjoying themselves here since Wednesday and last night, both
basketball teams performed well.  Our Varsity Girls team beat host Model
Secondary School for the Deaf 49-31 and will be playing Maryland School
for the Deaf today at 2:15pm PST for the right to play in the Championship
game.  Our Varsity Boys team lost to Texas School for the Deaf 48-42 and
will be playing American School for the Deaf at 9:00am PST.  The much
anticipated Cheerleading Competition will be tomorrow at 10am PST.

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Illinois football

according to a newspaper story, a group of six hearing schools
have formed Illinois 8-Man Football Association. These
schools were hoping that Illinois Deaf would be a member, but
Illinois Deaf has commitments to play football against nearby
deaf schools.

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Indiana boys’ basketball

Texas Deaf 37
Indiana Deaf 45

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Maryland girls’ basketball

Clerc Classic XVII

Second Game of Pool Play

Maryland SD vs California School for the Deaf-Fremont

              1     2    3    4  = Total

MSD -   10   5    4    13  = 32

CSDF -   7    8    5    11  = 31

MSD ORIOLES

S. Herzig Wilcox – 2 points, 5 rebounds, 1 steal

A. Patterson – 2 rebounds

C. Perry – 7 points, 5 rebounds, 2 steals, 5 assists, 1 block

R. Guettler – 16 points, 15 rebounds, 4 steals, 2 assists

E. Beldon – 7 points, 2 rebounds, 3 steals, 4 assists

M. Luebehusen – 2 rebounds

Team FG:  12

Team 3-FG:  1 (Beldon)

Team FT:  5-10

FREMONT EAGLES

H. Wetzel – 6 points

J. Dawson – 2 points

M. Zornoza – 13 points

K. Morris – 3 points

M. Thornton – 7 points

Team FG:  7

Team 3-FG:  4 (Wetzel 2, Zornoza, Morris)

Team FT:  5-8

Record: 10-3

MSD is 2-0 in pool play and will advance to the championship game tomorrow
against the Texas School for the Deaf.

note:
Fremont scored on a three pointer to edge ahead by one point in the
dying seconds; crowd erupted; Maryland, however scored on a game-winning
score. Fremont had the last shot with about 3 seconds remaining but
Maryland prevailed.

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Maryland boys’ basketball

Clerc Classic XVII

Second Game of Pool Play

Maryland SD vs California School for the Deaf-Fremont

              1     2    3    4  = Total

MSD -   10   5    4    13  = 32

CSDF -   7    8    5    11  = 31

MSD ORIOLES

S. Herzig Wilcox – 2 points, 5 rebounds, 1 steal

A. Patterson – 2 rebounds

C. Perry – 7 points, 5 rebounds, 2 steals, 5 assists, 1 block

R. Guettler – 16 points, 15 rebounds, 4 steals, 2 assists

E. Beldon – 7 points, 2 rebounds, 3 steals, 4 assists

M. Luebehusen – 2 rebounds

Team FG:  12

Team 3-FG:  1 (Beldon)

Team FT:  5-10

FREMONT EAGLES

H. Wetzel – 6 points

J. Dawson – 2 points

M. Zornoza – 13 points

K. Morris – 3 points

M. Thornton – 7 points

Team FG:  7

Team 3-FG:  4 (Wetzel 2, Zornoza, Morris)

Team FT:  5-8

Record: 10-3

MSD is 2-0 in pool play and will advance to the championship game tomorrow
against the Texas School for the Deaf.

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Minnesota girls’ basketball

part of newspaper story

MSAD win streak up to four after triumph at AFSA
The Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf girls basketball team continued
its roll Wednesday. The MSAD Trojans (5-5, 2-1, Twin Cities Athletic
Conference) won their fourth game in a row and second in as many nights
with a 63-28 win.

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Model boys’ basketball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Thursday, January 11, 2018 at tba

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 59

OPEN: 61

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Friday, January 12, 2018 at 10:15 am

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 45

Arizona School f/t Deaf: 24

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Model girls’ basketball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Thursday, January 11, 2018 at 5:15 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 31

California SD – Fremont: 49

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Wednesday, January 10, 2018 at 6:30 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 38

Maryland School For The Deaf: 52

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Rhode Island basketball

RISD Boys Basketball Recaps

1/10 @ Rocky Hill School

Our Roosters basketball team traveled to Rocky Hill School on Wednesday,
January 10th to kick off 2018. There was a lot of rust on our team as we
missed a lot of practices due to the Holidays Break as well as the
Northeastern storm that hit us last week. The rust showed itself in the
first half as Rocky Hill was able to jump out to a 21-6 halftime lead.

Our Roosters were able to battle back and showed signs of improvement in
the second half as we were able to score more points despite battling
fatigue and only having two substitute players. Rocky Hill won the game
47-22.

RISD -  6   16  – 22
RHS -  21  26  – 47

RISD
Mario P. – 13 Points
Jayden E. – 6 Points
Timothy J. – 3 Points

1/11 vs. Blackstone Valley Prep

This was the second leg of back-to-back games, so our coaches were looking
for signs of improvement and building on from the Rocky Hill game.
Blackstone Valley Prep was able to grab an early lead, but some of their
key players got into foul trouble as our Roosters started to turn up the
pressure on both ends of the court. We were able to eat away into the lead
as close as two points before BVP went on a 6-0 run to end the first half
with a 29-21 lead.

Our Roosters struggled a little in the second half with our shots as well
as fatigue. BVP would use all of their players and everybody saw valuable
playing time as BVP won by the final score of 49-31.

BVP -    29   20  – 49
RISD -   21  10  – 31

RISD
Jayden E. – 10 Points
Timothy J. – 10 Points
Juan F-E. – 9 Points
Mario P. – 2 Points

RISD Boys Basketball Record: 3-9
Next Game: Wednesday, January 17th @ Times Square Academy (5:00 P.M.)

RISD Girls Basketball Recap

1/11 vs. Blackstone Valley Prep

Our Lady Roosters finally played our first game of the 2018 calendar year
in a home game against Blackstone Valley Prep. After a lot of snow and
missed practice days, this would be a good way for our team to get back
into basketball form. Both teams started out the game rusty and the game
remained scoreless until BVP finally scored the first points of the game
more than six minutes into the game.

BVP would grab a 10-4 halftime lead — but our Lady Roosters would not
give up. They were able to come back and make the game exciting as the
game score was at one point BVP leading 15-13, but our team ran out of gas
and couldn’t make any of our shots and BVP made two more baskets near the
end of the game to win 19-13.

BVP -   10   9  – 19
RISD -   4   9  – 13

RISD
Lillian K. – 5 Points
Ellie L. – 4 Points
Olivia C. – 4 Points

RISD Girls Basketball Record: 2-7
Next Game: Wednesday, January 17th @ Times Square Academy (3:30 P.M.)

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Rochester girls’ basketball

The Wildcats took a lead 20-12 at halftime. We kept it up for the rest of
the game to finish with 43 to 21. Courtney Gentzke scored 16 while McKenna
Girod earned 8 points and 3 rebounds.

Cah’ryn Moquette – 8 rebounds
Emma Kane – 6 points and 3 assists

Final score – 43-21 W
Record: 7-2
Next game vs. Finney at 4 pm

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South Carolina girls’ basketball

SCSDB- 3
Dixie- 44

Next game at MSD Jan 18 thru 20 for Mason Dixon tournament.

0-9 record

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St Mary’s boys basketball

esterday, The Herd stampeded their way east via Interstate 90 and headed
to Rochester.  Rochester, nick named “The Flower City” hosted the 7th
Annual I-90 Classic this year.  The result was all roses for the Bisons.
The Bison’s came in ready for a battle with the Wildcats. The game started
out at a  fast and furious pace with both teams setting out to establish
themselves.  The Bisons managed to take the lead midway through the 1st
quarter and then never looked back.  The final result was a  Bisons
win…. 69-29.  Isa Habeeb finished with 21 points and 8 boards.  Nick
Barrus had 18 points.  Adnan Abdi came off the bench and scored 8 points
during his time on the court.  Christian Lawrence had 7 points and 14
rebounds. Dalton Planty, Ryan Brzezinski and new comer Ethan Antone each
had 4 points and Givon Blackwell finished with 3 points.  The Bisons
showed a very balanced attack and executed their offense and pressure
almost perfectly.

Our next game is Thursday, Jan. 25th against The Gow School.
Record…3 wins…0 losses.

Game: St. Marys Deaf vs Rochester I-90 Classic 69:29
 

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Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

— basketball scores

— Clerc results

— Gallaudet updates

– Kevin Hall golf

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— deaf woman played in a national women’s hearing basketball tournament
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/deaf-golfer-john-stanton-big-shock-on-golf-course/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 01/12/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Clerc boys’ championship flight scores
(8 schools; Arizona and American were invited)

upper
Maryland 76
Arizona 18

Riverside 61
Model 59

lower
Indiana 66
American 39

Texas 48
Fremont 42

Clerc girls’ pool play scores
(6 schools)

Texas 52
Riverside 17

Maryland 52
Model 38

Indiana 56
Riverside 31

Fremont 49
Model 31

today’s boys games (championship semi finals)
Maryland vs Riverside
Indiana vs Texas

today’s girls games (remaining pool games)
Texas vs Indiana
Maryland vs Fremont
(all girls’ teams have played two preliminary pool games)

other boys’ games are in consolation round

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Gallaudet football

Gallaudet lands four honorees on ECFC All-Academic Team

WASHINGTON – The Eastern Collegiate Football Conference (ECFC) announced
it’s ninth annual all-academic honorees Thursday and Gallaudet University
earned four of the 53 total selections.

Three of the four Gallaudet players are repeat honorees from last year in
juniors Matthew Cracraft (Ferris, Texas), Tony Libit (Deerbrook, Wis.) and
Brad Peterson (Avalon, Pa.). Senior Devaron Scott (Mocksville, N.C.) makes
his first appearance.

To be honored, a student-athlete must have reached sophomore academic
standing, have participated a minimum of two years with the team and
achieved a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.30.

Gallaudet has had seven players earn three straight ECFC All-Academic
honors in their career they include Sean Fenton (2016), Sean Maiwald
(2015), Gregg McConville (2014), Nico Santiago (2014), Adham Talaat
(2013), Denton Mallas (2012) and Caleb Hinton (2011). The trio of
Cracraft, Libit and Peterson could join this group next year if selected
in 2018.

Gallaudet’s ECFC all-academic honors now stands at 46 in nine years.

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Gallaudet basketball

GUAA 22nd Annual Alumni Basketball Madness set for Saturday, Jan. 27

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University Office of Alumni Relations and
Athletics Department is proud to announce the 22nd annual Alumni
Basketball Madness Day that will be held on Saturday, Jan. 27, starting at
11 a.m. in the Field House.

Gallaudet University Alumni Association (GUAA) members will receive free
admission plus access to a special pre-game meeting. Admission for
non-GUAA members is $5 while children under the age of 12 and students
with a Gallaudet ID will be admitted for free.

The Gallaudet University men’s and women’s basketball teams will be
hosting North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) opponent College of Saint
Elizabeth. The men’s game will start at 1 p.m. with the women’s game to
follow at 3 p.m. This is a key NEAC South Division game for both teams.

Come enjoy light refreshments and mingling starting at 11 a.m. in the
Bison Team Meeting room G-41. Enjoy a walk through Gallaudet athletic
history, trivia and a Q&A session with Gallaudet Athletic Director Michael
Weinstock. Plus, enjoy halftime entertainment during both games.

For more information about this event and to RSVP please contact GUAA at
alumni.relations@galladuet.edu. You need to RSVP by January 20 if you plan
to attend the pre-game event at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 27. Go Bison!

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Gallaudet honors

Neild and Cruz chosen as December Bison of the Month

The Gallaudet University Athletics Department has announced the December
Bison of the Month recipients.

Junior forward/guard Hannah Neild (Litchfield, N.H.) of the
women’s basketball team and senior forward Andy Cruz (Bronx, N.Y.)
of the men’s
basketball team were selected for the exceptional performances during the
month of December.

Neild totaled 143 points, 60 rebounds, 26 steals and 17 assists in seven
starts where she logged 263 minutes. She finished the month with
back-to-back
double-doubles. She scored 25 points and grabbed 11 rebounds at Catholic
University of America on Dec. 16. The junior transfer followed that
performance with 28
points and 13 rebounds against St. Mary’s (Md.) College. Neild
averaged 20.4 points, 8.6 rebounds and 2.4 assists per game. Neild
continues to be a strong
leader on the women’s basketball team thanks to her stellar
performances in December.

Cruz proved a formidable player for the men’s basketball team, as he
scored 116 points in five starts where he logged 187 minutes. Cruz
averaged 23.2
points per game and shot 53.1 percent from the field. Cruz recorded two
double-doubles for points scored and total rebounds. He scored 30 points
and grabbed 13
rebounds in a 95-88 win against College of St. Elizabeth on Dec. 2. He
followed that up on Dec. 9 with 25 points and 13 total rebounds in a close
loss at Bryn
Athyn College. 

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Colorado boys’ basketball

Elbert    10           8              6              14= 38
CSDB     7              16           2              9= 34

CSDB- DuChea High 7-0-2-14, Luis Blandon Romero 3-1-4-7, Angel Lopez
0-0-0-3, Isaac Rodriguez 0-0-0-3, Obed Orozco Salais 0-0-0-3, Vinny Garcia
0-2-4-2
3 point made- Angel Lopez 1, Isaac Rodriguez 1, Obed Orozco Salais 1.

Record: 2-6 (0-1)

Next game: Edison at CSDB on 1-16-18

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Delaware Basketball

DSD vs West Nottingham Academy (WNA)

DSD Girls 35  WNA 32
Record  5-3

DSD Boys  11  WNA JV  44
Record  0-8

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Indiana boys’ basketball (at Clerc)

American Deaf 39
Indiana Deaf     66

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Maryland boys’ basketball

Clerc Classic XVIII
Washington, DC
(Quarterfinal Game)

Arizona School for the Deaf & Blind vs. Maryland School for the Deaf

               1     2    3    4   =  Total
ASDB  -   5    2    5    6   =  18
MSD    – 18  20  17  21   =  76

Halftime -  MSD led 38-7

MSD ORIOLES

Jaden Joseph – 8 points, 12 rebounds, 6 assists
John Werner, Jr. – 14 points, 7 rebounds, 5 assists, 4 steals
Rory Lewis – 10 points, 8 rebounds, 4 steals
Esteban Kovacs – 6 points, 4 rebounds
Eric Long – 2 points, 3 steals
Stefan Anderson – 11 points, 3 assists
Jason Werner – 14 points, 5 rebounds
Ethan Sheppeck – 9 points
Janos Giuranna – 2 points

Team Total FG:  30
Team Total 3FG:  7 (Kovacs 2, Lewis 2, Anderson, Sheppeck, Werner Jr.)
Team Total FT:  9-11

ARIZONA SENTINELS

Ryan Sanchez – 3 points
Giovany Correa – 3 points
John Gilbraith – 2 points
Derek Worrell – 10 points

Team Total FG:  5
Team Total 3FG:  2 (Worrell)
Team Total FT:  6-7

We will play against California School for the Deaf-Riverside in the
semifinals game on Saturday at 3:30pm. CSD-Riverside pulls off big
comeback
in 61-59 win over the host school, Model Secondary School for the Deaf
with
game-winning shot at the buzzer.

Record: 12-2

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New Mexico basketball

V Girls
NMSD – 12
Cimarron – 49

Our first game of 2018 was a long trip to Cimarron. The day before, we had
a very productive practice where players were very aggressive which made
both coaches very eager for the game the next day. Unfortunately, we
seemed to have left our competitive fire at home. We finished the first
half scoring only 2 points to Cimarron’s 21. We finally came out with
better passion with a 9 point quarter, but Cimarron continued their hot
shooting performance with a 20 point quarter. We finished the game with a
12 point performance. As coaches, we were very disappointed in the team’s
effort, however, this is a learning experience that the players will not
want to repeat again. Our next game will be on January 17th with Vaughn on
our home court.

Coaches Stickley and Velasquez

V Boys
NMSD 40
Cimarron 69

Last night, our Roadrunners were leading all the way until the last 3
minutes of the 3rd quarter, when Junior Deven Thompson had foul trouble. 
We did not do our job for the rest of the game.    Deven Thompson made 14
points and Senior Jonathan Garcia scored 12 points.

Overall record 7-3
Next game: Tuesday, January 16th  NMSD vs ECA @ 6:30 @ ECA

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Oklahoma girls’ basketball

Jan 9- VS maysville
14-48

Jan 10 VS springer

28-50

Record 1-12

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Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

Today, 1/11, we had a home game against NYSD. The boys came out by playing
their best giving them all they had. They never gave up and always keep a
positive attitude throughout the game. Nasir Ford had 34 points 6 rebounds
and 8 steals while Jacob cross had 10 points and 10 rebounds 5 steals also
give it up to Darnell Godbolt with 3 points good job fellas keep up the
hard work day in day out..

If you see them tell them keep working hard each day.

We Won 49-40

record is 7-3

Our next game is away next Friday, 1/19 at DSD and Saturday 1/20 at
Lexington.

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Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

On January 11, the Lady Panthers played a home game against NYSD. After
almost two weeks off, the girls showed they can still dominate on the
court
by beating the Lady Tornado 45-22. In the win, Yasmean Evans had 23
points,
7 rebounds, and 7 steals. Gia DiGiacomo contributed 14 points and 6 steals
to the win. All the girls had time on the court and played a great
defensive game. Make sure you congratulate our girls!

We want to give a  huge thank you to all who attended and supported the
Lady Panthers!!

Our record is 7-1.

Our next game will be away against City School of Philadelphia.

Our next home game will be against American School for the Deaf (ASD)
on January
25. We hope to see you all there!

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Riverside boys basketball

Riverside had not won a first round game since the Clerc Classic was
founded (other than the time we hosted in 2013) prior to last
night’s win over Model.

Riverside was trailing much of the game but caught up
with 24 seconds left to tie the game 59-59 and ultimately
won 61-59

Model was up by 10 with 2 minutes left and by 6 with 40 seconds left
and blew the lead

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Rochester boys’ basketball

Boys Basketball

1/9 Tuesday
HSA 54
RSD 14

1/11 Thursday I-90 Classic vs St Mary’s

RSD 30
SMSD 69

currently 1-8 now

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St Mary’s girls basketball

The lady Bisons traveled to RSD yesterday for their second game of the
season. Though they played well together, they couldn’t seem to keep up
with the lady wildcats. It was an aggressive game on both sides which led
to some foul trouble and injuries late in the game. The girls pulled
through in the end but couldn’t make it a win. Kioney Alvira-Juardo lead
the team earning a double double with 17 points and 16 rebounds. Kearah
Kelly also made her first shot of the season adding two points to our
total. After a nice break where we will try to regroup and work on some
weak points we will be ready to take on Central Baptist again. Hopefully
we will have better luck on their court.

Game: SMSD vs RSD 21:43

0-2 record

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Tennessee Basketball:

Girls Clinch 51 Tennessee 49
(3-7)

Boys Clinch 49 Tennessee 32
(2-8)

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Washington basketball

WSD Girls and Boys Basketball Scores: 1/11/18

Lady Terriers 14 vs. Columbia Adventist 52
WSD – 3-1-10-0
Record 2-5 (League 0-3)
Ashantay Truong – 3
Emma McKinney – 3
Annie Kvamme
LeAnna Clearbrook
Jessane Rogers
Kelly Gutierrez – 7
Ashley Balcazar
Maya Schaut
Etasha Stone
Jenifer Tudor
Davine Lowe – 1

CAA – 15-10-10-17

Terriers 27 vs. Columbia Adventist 58
WSD – 2-8-13-4
Record 0-7 (League 0-3)
Cristian Martinez-White – 6
Ricardo Pineda – 2
Taylor Payne – 9
John Smart
Osvaldo Cruz
Juan Ramirez – 2
Ramon Varaja
Jose Ramirez – 8
Yovany Barragan
Abraham Castro

CAA – 20-13-15-10

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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

WPSD 25 – Neighborhood Academy 27

Points
Danielle Fisher – 10
Cheyenne Sloan – 8
Ryane Smalley -5

Record
5 Won 5 lost

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Western Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

Neighborhood Academy

NA 47 – WPSD 18

Record 4 – 6

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Kevin Hall, the tour’s first deaf golfer, is not giving up on his chase

part of web story

Hall has spent 14 years chasing it: membership on the PGA Tour. He’s
enjoyed a handful of starts on tour during his career, but has mostly
toiled in the sport’s minors. Not the Web.com, Latinoamérica or Mackenzie
circuits, mind you, where decent money can be had. Hall has ventured in
the wilderness, those provincial tours where you carry your own bag and
are chased off the course by the men’s 45-and-older Thursday beer league.
It’s not a glamorous life, one that chews and spits out the most skilled
of players. That’s includes Hall, who once captured the Big Ten
Championship by 11 shots at Ohio State.
 

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DeafDigest Sports – January 11, 2018

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Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

— basketball scores

— a Clerc result

— three coaching positions at a deaf school

— wrestling update

— a dedication

— Texas football honors

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— touchdown, last play of season and career
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/deaf-or-hearing-thomas-lynch/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 01/11/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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three coaching positions at deaf school

The Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind Athletic Department is
seeking coaches for the following sports:

  *   Middle School Track Head Coach
  *   Middle School Football Head Coach
  *   High School Football Head Coach

For further information about the coaching position or to make an
appointment for an interview, please contact Cody Kerekes via e-mail,
athletics@csdb.org<mailto:athletics@csdb.org> or videophone, 719-358-2628.

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Dedication

DeafDigest Sports dedicates this edition to Russ Perkins
that departed us.

He was totally into sports – from his days at American
School for the Deaf and then at Gallaudet where he served
as a long time assistant softball coach and manager of
the Field House concessions stand.

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At Clerc

Clerc Classic

below is the only Clerc result that has been reported to DeafDigest Sports

First Game – Pool Play

Maryland SD vs Model Secondary School for the Deaf (Washington, D.C.)

              1     2    3    4  = Total

MSD -   4   21   20   7   = 52

MSSD – 3   11   10   14  = 38

MSD ORIOLES

A. Glennon – 1 rebound, 1 assist

S. Herzig Wilcox – 4 points, 5 rebounds, 2 blocks

A. Patterson – 1 rebound, 1 steal

C. Perry – 17 points, 10 rebounds, 4 steals, 1 assist, 1 block

R. Guettler – 23 points, 11 rebounds, 5 steals, 3 assists

E. Beldon – 5 points, 3 rebounds, 3 steals, 3 assists

M. Luebehusen – 2 rebounds

E. Kovacs – 3 points, 1 rebound, 1 steal

Team FG:  22

Team 3-FG:  1 (Beldon)

Team FT:  5-15

MSSD EAGLES

C. Salit – 18 points

I. Bucci – 6 points

B. Mehan – 2 points

N. Mallachi – 2 points

E. Nover – 8 points

S. McCray – 2 points

Team FG:  10

Team 3-FG:  3 (Salit, Bucci – 2)

Team FT:  9-19

Record: 9-3

MSD will play the California School for the Deaf-Fremont next on Friday
for the second game in pool play.

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Arkansas basketball

Tuesday, January 9, 2018

 

Arkansas School for the Deaf (ASD) vs Community Christian Academy from
Russellville)

 

Junior Varsity Teams

ASD Girls Lost to CCA – 3 to 40

 

ASD Boys Lost to CCA – 7 to 37

 

Varsity Teams (1/5/18)

ASD Girls lost to CCA – 26 to 54

ASD Players

Mikka Coburn – 12 Points

Cieara Williams – 12 Points

Alerys Henriquez – 2 Points

 

ASD Boys Lost to CCA – 27 to 41

ASD Players

Shaq’Ke Robinson – 11 Points

Hammad Khan – 5 Points

Jamarian Sission – 2 Points

David Merriman – 9 Points

 

ASD Records:

 

ASD VARSITY GIRLS: 4 Won 9 Lost

 

ASD VASRSITY BOYS: 3 Won 12 Lost

 

Next game will be Tuesday, January 16th vs Gospel Light Christian at Hot
Springs

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Delaware Basketball

DSD vs Tri-State Christian Academy (TSCA)

DSD Girls 20  TSCA 36
Record 4-3

DSD Boys 12  TSCA JV 48
Record 0-7

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

Kentucky School for the Deaf at Oneida Baptist Institute.

KSD- 10 8 16 27ÿÿ 61
OBI- 13 22 17 11ÿÿ 63

KSD (0-13) Howard 37, Ward 12, Miller 2, Yance 5, Haynes 3, Dorn 2.

OBI- 14 different players scored.

KSD scored a season high 61 points. KSD made a big comeback in the final
quarter scoring 27-11 but time ran out. Aaron Howard scored a career high
37 points.

Aaron Howard 37 points, 14 rebounds, 5 assists, 7 steals and 3 blocked
shots.

Richard Ward 12 points and 5 rebounds.

Season low 18 turnovers.

Next game- in Talladega, Alabama (Mason Dixon)

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Lexington boys’ basketball

Lexington 42 Summit Queens 43 Loss point 1 in Overtime

Lexington 7-10-7-9-9
Summit Queens 9-7-8-9-10

Halftime Lexington led 17-16

Lexington Leaders
Points: Steve Salmon 20, Jayden Orlang 14
Rebounds: Aaron Laikram 8, Jordan Laikram 6, Steve Salmon 5, Tayqwan
Richardson 5
Steals: Steve Salmon 8, Jayden Orlang 7
Assists: Steve Salmon 1, Jayden Orlang 1, Aaron Laikram 1
Blocks: Aaron Laikram 1

Lex record (5-3)

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Texas wrestling

Tsd won tonight against veritas 60-12 and won against new
braunfels Christian academy 66-6

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Texas football honors

APPS Division III, District 4
First-team offense: Noah Pisek, soph., OL, Waco Reicher; Garrett Fowler,
jr., OL, Brazos Christian; Blaine Fischer, sr., OL, Waco Reicher; Chance
Boettcher, jr., OL, Waco Reicher; Kyle Parsons, sr., OL, Central Texas
Christian; Ben Brittain, jr., QB, Waco Reicher; James Bass, sr., RB, Waco
Reicher; Robert Hartis, sr., RB, Brazos Christian; Marc Wood, sr., RB,
Central Texas Christian; Gareth Ashton, sr., Texas School for the Deaf;
John Aynesworth, sr., WR, Waco Reicher; Parker Smith, sr., WR, Brazos
Christian; Letrell Toussaint, sr., WR, Waco Reicher; Logan Lipscomb, sr.,
WR, St. Joseph; Chandler Sexton-Ruiz, jr., TE, Texas School for the Deaf;
Blake Griffin, sr., K, Brazos Christian; Blake Smith, sr., UT, Brazos
Christian.

First-team defense: Elias Ferris, sr., DL, Waco Reicher; Ben Weber, sr.,
DL, Brazos Christian; Chandler Sexton-Ruiz, jr., DL, Texas School for the
Deaf; Kyle Parsons, sr., DL, Central Texas Christian; Alfredo Castillo,
sr., DL, Texas School for the Deaf; James Bass, sr., LB, Waco Reicher;
Garrett Fowler, jr., LB, Brazos Christian; Letrell Toussaint, sr., LB,
Waco Reicher; Seth Shatto, sr., LB, Central Texas Christian; Michael
Singleton, sr., Texas School for the Deaf; John Aynesworth, sr., DB, Waco
Reicher; Marc Wood, sr., DB, Central Texas Christian; Isaiah Saenz, jr.,
DB, Brazos Christian; Damion Wilson, sr., DB, Waco Reicher; Jadan
Anderson, sr., DB, Texas School for the Deaf; Blake Griffin, sr., P,
Brazos Christian.

Second-team offense: Alfredo Castillo, sr., OL, Texas School for the Deaf;
Jackson Bayer, soph., OL, Waco Reicher; Mason Hitt, jr., OL, Brazos
Christian; Braden Getman, jr., OL, Central Texas Christian; John Scarboro,
soph., OL, Texas School for the Deaf; Bryce Steel, soph., QB, Brazos
Christian; Jadan Anderson, sr., RB, Texas School for the Deaf; Seth
Shatto, sr., RB, Central Texas Christian; Christopher Coleman, sr., RB,
Brazos Christian; Preston Garrett, jr., RB, Texas School for the Deaf;
Elias Feris, sr., WR, Waco Reicher; Ben Weber, sr., WR, Brazos Christian;
Nolan Applegate, sr., WR, Central Texas Christian; Craig Hall, jr., TE,
Texas School for the Deaf; Brandon Ramirez, sr., K, Waco Reicher; Jacob
Shipp, jr., UT, Central Texas Christian.

Second-team defense: Parrish Bryce Dorton, sr., DL, Waco Reicher; Logan
Lipscomb, sr., DL, St. Joseph; Gib Tucker, jr., DL, Brazos Christian; Noah
Pisek, soph., DL, Waco Reicher; John Scarboro, soph., DL, Texas School for
the Deaf; Blaine Fischer, sr., LB, Waco Reicher; Parker Smith, sr., LB,
Brazos Christian; Preston Garrett, jr., LB, Texas School for the Deaf; Jeb
Miller, jr., LB, Brazos Christian; Braden Getman, jr., LB, Central Texas
Christian; Brandon Ramirez, sr., DB, Waco Reicher; Nolan Applegate, sr.,
DB, Central Texas Christian; Zach Oelze, sr., DB, Brazos Christian; Trevor
Hardy, jr., DB, Central Texas Christian; Zander Symansky, jr., DB, Texas
School for the Deaf; Logan Lipscomb, sr., P, St. Joseph.

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Washington basketball

Lady Terriers 25 @ OSD 29
WSD – 4-6-11-3
Record 2-4 (League 0-2)
Ashantay Truong – 2
Emma McKinney – 2
Annie Kvamme – 10
LeAnna Clearbrook
Jessane Rogers – 2
Kelly Gutierrez – 9
Ashley Balcazar
Maya Schaut
Etasha Stone
Jenifer Tudor
Davine Lowe

OSD – 7-2-13-7

Terriers 31 @ OSD 39
WSD – 6-5-12-8
Record 0-6 (League 0-2)
Cristian Martinez-White – 8
Ricardo Pineda- 2
Taylor Payne – 8
John Smart
Osvaldo Cruz
Juan Ramirez – 4
Ramon Varaja
Jose Ramirez – 9
Yovany Barragan
Abraham Castro

OSD – 6-13-10-10
 

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DeafDigest Sports – January 8, 2018

barry@deafdigest.com; barry.strassler@gmail.com

 

Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

 
– Gallaudet wins Helmet Bowl semi finals, voting deadline 5 PM today

– basketball scores

– club basketball can be expensive

– three coaching positions at a deaf school

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Deaf Sports Collections update
– American deaf 2-time Olympian in fencing (epee)

http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

 

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/best-wrestler-in-india/

 

Basketball won/lost records (as of 01/08/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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NOTE:
voting deadline is today at 5 PM

Helmet Bowl

Gallaudet football versus San Diego State football

Everyone is excited about the upcoming
National Championship football game
between Alabama and Georgia. Right
now the Gallaudet community is all excited
about competing against San Diego State
in the championship finals! It is not a
football game, but a Football Helmet
championship. The public votes for their
favorite helmet design. On the way to
the championship finals, Gallaudet defeated
Cheyney, Ohio State, Colgate, Army,
Kennesaw State and now it is matched up
against San Diego State University.
To see what it is all about and to vote
for Gallaudet, go to:

http://helmettracker.com/national-championship/

and just scroll down until you see the
Gallaudet helmet. Thank you for supporting
Gallaudet.

 
NOTE:
voting deadline is today at 5 PM

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three coaching positions at deaf school

The Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind Athletic Department is
seeking coaches for the following sports:
* Middle School Track Head Coach
* Middle School Football Head Coach
* High School Football Head Coach

For further information about the coaching position or to make an
appointment for an interview, please contact Cody Kerekes via e-mail,
athletics@csdb.org<mailto:athletics@csdb.org> or videophone, 719-358-2628.

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

Kentucky School for the Deaf vs Atlanta Area School for the Deaf in
Danville, KY.

KSD – 6 12 2 11- 31
AASD- 23 13 17 9- 62

KSD (0-10) Howard 12, Ward 8, Collins 7, Miller 2, Dorn 2.

AASD- McCabe 9, King 22, Nasir 1, Dixon 4, Tavares 1, Stackhouse 25.

It was KSDÿÿs first game back after the holidays break. KSD opened the
game with a 4-0 lead in the first four minutes. It was all AASD for the
rest of the game. Rebounding continues to be KSDÿÿs main weaknesses this
year after allowing AASD to grab 25 offense rebounds. And KSD couldnÿÿt
keep up with AASDÿÿs quickness.

KSD- shot 14-69

Howard 12 points 11 rebounds. A double-double.

John Collins a season high of 7 points.

Miller and Ward- 9 rebounds each while Dorn has 8.

KSD – season high 15 steals led by Dornÿÿs 5 while Howard has 4.

Next game- on January 5th.
Kentucky School for the Deaf vs Atlanta Area School for the Deaf in
Danville, KY.

KSD – 8 8 12 20- 48
AASD- 21 18 10 13- 62

KSD (0-11) Howard 20, Ward 15, Collins 2, Miller 2, Dorn 2, Haynes 4,
Vickery 3.

AASD- McCabe 8, Dixon 20, Stackhouse 10, King 11 Nasir 10, Taveres 3.

KSD had to play its third game in two days and played Atlanta Area School
for the Deaf for consecutive days. Fatigue played a big part on KSD. KSD
was able to score 20 points in the final quarter thanks to man-man
defense.

KSD- shot 22-74

Howard 20 points and 11 rebounds. A double-double.

Richard Ward a career high 15 points.

Payne Yance- 5 assists.

Ward and Howard three steals each.

Next game- on January 8th

 

Kentucky School for the Deaf vs Georgia School for the Deaf in Danville,
KY.

KSD- 13 7 7 23 -ÿ 50
GSD- 15 17 12 9- 53

KSD (0-12) Howard 30, Ward 8, Miller 2, Yance 5, Haynes 3, Collins 2.

GSD- Panrayo 2, Brown 43, Royal 8.

KSD has to play its second game within a few hours after playing its first
game of the day against Atlanta Area SD. Fatigue played a huge part in
KSD. KSD couldnÿÿt stop DeMarco Brown of GSD as he piled up 43 on them.
KSD shot a season high of 82 field goal attempts and 50 points was also a
season high. Aaron Howard has a career highs in points and rebounds with
30 and 18.

KSD- shot 20-82

KSD- 60 rebounds a season high. KSD has four players grabbing 7 or more
rebounds. Howard 18, Ward 7, Dorn 9, Miller 8.

KSD- 14 steals led by Howardÿÿs 6.

26 turnovers.

Player of the game: Aaron Howard 30 points 18 rebounds and 6 steals.

 

 

Next game- on January 10th.

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Club basketball can be expensive

the USADB web site said:

Team registration forms for USADB 2018. Team fee is $400 then goes up
to $450 after 72 hours after each respective regional tournament

 

 

 

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