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Dec
13

2017/12/13

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DeafDigest Sports – December 13, 2017

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

— basketball scores

— wrestling update

— Gallaudet vs Ohio State University; Gallaudet wins!

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Deaf Sports Collections update
– wealthy retired deaf pro athlete
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

 

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/group-picture-usa-national-women-soccer-team/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 12/13/17)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Gallaudet defeats Ohio State University

In a national football helmet design contest,
Gallaudet polled 63 percent of votes to
defeat Ohio State, which only polled 37 percent.

It is on to the next round.

DeafDigest Sports is mentioned in these
Helmet Bowl tweets at:
https://twitter.com/helmettracker

just scroll down the screen until you see
Helmet Bowl copying DeafDigest Sports’
comments!

DeafDigest Sports did not send that comment
to Helmet Bowl, but the powers of the
google alerted Helmet Bowl people to it.

Anyway, again, please vote for Gallaudet.

Thank you.

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American basketball

12/12

ASD Boys traveled to NYSD (Fanwood) today. The Boys team played without
two key senior starters. Bench players started in their spots and stepped
up today. ASD was able to control the tempo from the opening tip onward.
Dylan Mallach led all scorers with 23 points as the Boys team rolled to a
62-47 victory to move their record to 5-0 on the season.

ASD Girls team traveled to NYSD (Fanwood) today. The girls had just five
players due to injury and available players. The game was closely
contested until the team’s leading scorer suffered an injury in the game
in which ASD was forced to play 4 v 5 for the rest of the game. Fanwood
was able to pull away. With 2 minutes remaining in the game ASD suffered
another injury to a player and the game was called with two minutes to
play. ASD lost 17-35, dropping their record to 4-2 on the season.

12/7

ASD Varsity girls team traveled to face Horace Mann School for the Deaf
and Hard of Hearing. The team was able to control the game immediately.
Girls won 29-13 to up their record to 4-1

ASD JV boys traveled to face Horace Mann School for the Deaf and Hard of
Hearing for their first game of the season. The JV team worked on their
play sets and utilized strong fundamentals taking control of the game and
walking away with a 40-20 victory. JV team record is 1-0.

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Arkansas basketball

Arkansas School for the Deaf (ASD)5 vs Cornerstone Christian (Tillar) –
December 11, 2017

 

Varsity Teams

ASD Girls Beat CCT – 31 to 27

 

ASD Boys Beat CCT – 49 to 26

 

Arkansas School for the Deaf (ASD)5 vs Victory Christian (Camden) –
December 12, 2017

 

Varsity Teams

ASD Girls Beat Victory – 49 to 9

 

ASD Boys Lost to Victory – 44 to 53

 

Now we are taking Christmas and Holiday break.

 

Next game will be January 4, 2018 against Christian Ministries (CMA) at
Hot Springs – 4 Games

 

January 5 to 6, 2018 – Arkansas School for the Deaf will hosting the
Homecoming game at ASD along with Mississippi and Kansas.

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Delaware Basketball

DSD vs. Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)

DSD Girls
DSD 30  FCA 31
Carolyn Russell scored 1,000 career points tonight.
Record 2-2

DSD Boys
DSD 21  FCA 53
Record 0-4

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Eastern North Carolina basketball

part of newspaper story

Hornets’ big 2nd half beats Northeast

The Eastern North Carolina School for the Deaf boys basketball team broke
open what had been a tight game against visiting Northeast Academy in the
first half Monday night as the Hornets outscored the Eagles 19-6 in the
third quarter on the way to a 68-50 triumph.

Jeremiah Deans had a game-high 36 points to lead the Hornets, who remained
unbeaten through eight games, believed to be the best start in school
history. Deans, who also had 16 rebounds, four steals and three assists,
was complemented by Naheim Carlton with 16 points, six rebounds and four
steals and Alfonza Robinson with 11 points, four steals and three
rebounds.

The Eagles were led by J.T. Simmons and Larry Barnes with 13 points each.

Northeast, which fell to 2-6, led by as many as seven points in the first
half before the Hornets trimmed the margin to 27-26 by halftime.

“Northeast presented a tough challenge for us,” Hornets head coach
Leonard Baker said. “Our kids showed a lot of toughness and heart in the
second half. The game was much closer than the final score. We are real
proud of the progress of this team. We can’t get satisfied and we have
to keep getting better.”

The Hornets will visit North Carolina High School Athletic Association 1-A
member Creswell High on Wednesday.

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Florida girls’ basketball

This night, Lady Dragons were outplayed everywhere by St. Joseph Academy.
We can see the weariness of our player after 3 games weekend in Alabama
then another game yesterday and another one tonight. Most players blamed
the new shoes which were not broken
into yet. Basically, we did not “show up”.

Lourdine Jordonne: 6 points
Ja’Myra Harris: 4 points
Shanna Cooley: 2 points
Olivia Brown: 2 points

Record: 3 – 6

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Florida boys’ basketball

Dragons 32
St. Joseph’s Academy 58

Halftime score: FSDB 14-42 SJA

We came out flat for this game and had no energy.  We will forget about
this game and take advantage of our 2 days of practice to get ready for
the rest of the season.

Season record: 4-5

Next game: Holiday Classic on 12/18 at Countryside Christian in
Gainesville.  2 games: 2pm vs Newberry Christian and 5pm vs Countryside
Christian.

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Georgia basketball

GSD VS VALLEY HEAD HIGH SCHOOL (VHHS)
GIRLS:
GSD – 39….CLAY – 14, JOHNSON – 11, REYNOLDS – 6, HALL – 6, DePRINCE – 2
VHHS – 43
RECORD: 5-2-0

BOYS:
GSD – 43….BROWN – 27, GREEN – 16
VHHS – 72
RECORD: 0-7-0

NEXT GAME WILL BE AT THE KENTUCKY CLASSIC IN DANVILLE, KY. VS KENYUCKY, ATLANTA AREA, ILLINOIS 1/5-6/18

MAY EVERYONE HAVE A SAFE AND WONDERFUL CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR HOLIDAYS!!!!

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Iowa boys’ basketball

ISD 32  Cornerstone Christian 65

we are now 0-6

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Iowa girls’ basketball

Lost to Cornerstone Christian last night.

Record is now 0-6

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

Kentucky School for the Deaf vs Frankfort Academy in Frankfort, KY.

KSD – 3 8 0 16- 27
FCA- 17 12 10 9- 48

KSD (0-9) -Yance 8, Ward 12, Collins 2, Rhodes 2, Haynes 3.

FCA- Sams 3, Kincaid 10, Barron 2, Samons 7, Vebel 6, Semones 6,
Riddorikheff 8, Watson 4, Foster 2.

KSD had to play without its leading scorer, Aaron Howard and Jordan Dorn,
both out due to illnesses. KSD had a season-low 14 turnovers but it
wasnяяt enough to beat Frankfort. KSD was able to make a run of 16-9
after switching to man and man defense in the final quarter.

Richard Ward- 12 points and 14 rebounds. Second KSD player with
doubles-doubles this season.

Gerod Haynes scoring for the first time this season with a three pointer.

Payne Yance 8 pts, 1 assist and 1 steal.

Next game- on January 5th.

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Marie Philip girls’ basketball

Tuesday 12/12/17: MPS @ Bradford Christian Academy (W 38-16)

Upcoming game: Thursday, 12/13/17 at Winchendon.

Record: 5-0 (GIL 2-0)

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Michigan girls’ basketball

Today we lost to Valley 13-27. Wendy Chicky lead her team in points and
rebounds with 10 points and 7 rebounds. Allison Blair got her 3 points as
well. It was our first game at home as next game will be on December 19,
against once again Valley which it will be away game.

0-1 record

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Mississippi girls’ basketball

Varsity Girls Basketball

Mississippi School f/t Deaf 57
Louisiana School f/t Deaf 25

MSD
1st quarter 13
2nd quarter 23
3rd quarter 42
4th quarter 57

MSD points
Alexis Roberts 23 points
Korienea Guy 12 points
Raegan Hendrix 10 points
Nilah Orey 7 points
Tamera Grant 4 points

Record: 9-1
Next Game 12/14, Piney Wood @ Msd

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Missouri basketball

Boys

New Bloomfield JV  10   16   12    6    = 44
MSD                               9     12     7    12  = 40

Missouri School for the Deaf
Mikal Meriwether- 21 points,  14  rebounds, 2 steals, and 1 block.
Hezeki Smoot- 10 points and  6 steals.
Dacota Pierson -7 points,  3 rebounds and 5 steals.

Record- 0-3

New Bloomfield JV
Kaleb Brandt- 15 points
Tanner Payne 10 points
Keaton Herron 12 point.

Girls
New Bloomfield JV  46
MSD                                4

MSD
Delanzia Hayes 4points and 5 rebounds
Melissa Davis    7 rebounds and assist
Record 0-3

New Bloomfield JV
Kylie Quinn 13 points
Melunna Branch 15 points

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Nodel wrestling

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Wrestling

Wrestling

Date: Tuesday, December 12, 2017 at 4:30 pm

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 39

Washington Latin Public Charter School: 6

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Model girls’ basketball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Tuesday, December 12, 2017 at 4:30 pm

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 52

Edmund Burke School: 8

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Model boys’ basketball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Tuesday, December 12, 2017 at 5:30 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 29

Sandy Spring Friends School: 94

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New Jersey basketball

Boys
November 30th

@ NJSD 16
PSD  45
Naim Webb lead the team with 6 points, 2 rebounds, 1 assist and 1 block.
Chris Brown added 4 points, 1 rebounds, 2 assists, and 1 block.

Girls
@ NJSD 20

PSD  37
De’Avian Watson lead the team with 15 points, 8 rebounds, 7 blocks and 3
steals. Alexis Holland added 4 points, 5 rebounds and 6 steals.

December 4
Girls
@ Wilburforce Charter  45

NJSD  2

The first game for our very young girls team was not good. Wilburforce
continued to steal and fast break the entire game. Our starting point
guard
was out sick and the only point of the game came from Alexis Holland. A
very frustrating game for the Lady Colts.

Boys
@ Wilburforce Charter  41
NJSD 29

Naim Webb lead the Colts with a double double – 10 points, 14 rebounds, 2
blocks and 8 steals. Nasir Gurganus added 6 points, 5 rebounds and 4
blocks. Evan Bell had 5 points and 5 steals.

21st Tip Off Tournament @ NJSD

Girls
December 8th

NJSD 21

RISD  5

December 9th
Championship Game
NSJD 14
DSD  42

Season Record: 1 – 3

Boys
December 8th
NJSD 26
RISD  19

Naim Webb lead the team with his second double double in three games with
13 points, 24 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 blocks and 4 steals. Chris Brown
added
6 points, 13 rebounds, 1 block and 2 steals.

December 9th
Championship Game
NJSD  61

RSD 42
This game was close until the Colts had a 24 point third quarter. The
combination of Naim Webb, Chris Brown and Nasir Gurganus pulled the Colts
ahead for good. Those three all scored in double digits along with Stanley
Uka.  Naim, Chris, and Nasir all recording double doubles. Naim had 20
points, 19 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 block and 4 steals. Nasir had 10 points,
13 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 block and 4 steals, all a career high as he is a
freshman. Chris Brown had 15 points, 13 rebounds, 3 assists and 3 steals

all career highs. Stanley Uka chipped in 10 points and 5 assists. A great
win for the Colts and the first time they have won since 2012!

Season Record: 2-2

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Ohio basketball

Village Academy at OSD

Girls: Village 53, OSD 14
Boys: Village 34, OSD 31

Both dropped to 3-4 after the losses.

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Oklahoma girls’ basketball

20-22 Lost

record 1-7

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Phoenix basketball

In a home opener,

Girls lost to Anthem Prep, 50-25.  Now 0-6.
Boys lost to North Phoenix Prep, 51-40.  Now 0-7.

Next up for both teams:  vs. Academy of Tucson, Thursday, Dec. 14th.

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Rochester girls’ basketball

Game 3: The Wildcats traveled to New Jersey School for the Deaf for
Tip-Off Tournament.  The Wildcats played the first game against Delaware
School for the Deaf. We start off only score 4 in the first half.  We
figured it out to play better in the 2nd half to score 18 in the 2nd half
to finished 39-22 lost to Delaware. Emma Kane scored 10 and hit 3 points
twice. McKenna Girod added 6 points and 9 rebounds.

Game 4: We played against Rhode Island School for the Deaf for 3rd place
in
Tip Out Tournament. We won 25 to 15 to grab a 3rd place for the
tournament.
Emma earned all-star for the tournament after total 17 points in 2 games.

Record: 2-2

Next game today at 4 pm at St. John Bosco.

Tuesday 12/12/17: MPS @ Bradford Christian Academy (W 38-16)

Upcoming game: Thursday, 12/13/17 at Winchendon.

Record: 5-0 (GIL 2-0)

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South Carolina girls’ basketball

SCSDB- 14
Ware Shoals- 58

Moss- 8 pts
Crute 4 pts
Brown 2 pts
Season record 0-5…  Next game: December 14th, 2017 home vs Whitmire High School

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South Carolina boys’ basketball

Varsity Boys Basketball Score

Ware Shoals – 60
SCSDB – 34

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Tennessee basketball

Girls

Cosby 80 Tennessee 17

Boys

Cosby 74 Tennessee 16

Girls 3-4
Boys 2-5
 

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Dec
08

2017/12/08

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DeafDigest Sports – December 8, 2017

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

— Deaf All American 8-man Football team as slightly revised again!

— many basketball updates

— wrestling updates

— Gallaudet women’s basketball win

— deaf player in college football

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— deaf player in NBA pre-season game
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

 
DeafSports picture of the day
 http://deafdigest.com/deaf-member-mary-hardin-baylor-football-team/


Basketball won/lost records (as of 12/08/17)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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2017 DeafDigest Sports 8-man Football All-American team
(as slightly revised)

Georgia – Alberto Pantoja
Georgia – DeMarco Brown

Illinois – Shannon McNeal
Illinois – Alex Martinez
Illinois – Jovany Carmona

Iowa – Layne Guerrero

Kansas – Jayman Washington
Kansas – Raul Melgar
Kansas – Tayte McCaskey
Kansas – Brycen Laning
Kansas – Montana Montoya
Kansas – Troye Johnson

Louisiana – Zachary Adams
Louisiana – D’ericion Hayes
Louisiana – AJ Rosales

Michigan – Dewon Emery
Michigan – Jason Thoune

Mississippi – Kendrick Thomas
Mississippi – Kenmarkis Meeks
Mississippi – Mark Campbell
Mississippi – Fredrick Nelson
Mississippi – Alexader Jones

New Mexico – Julio Portillo
New Mexico – Deven Thompson
New Mexico – Jacob Stevens
New Mexico – Daniel Guerra
New Mexico – Bruce Brewer, Jr.

Oklahoma – Dylan Evans
Oklahoma – Tyler Manek

Phoenix – Brandon Lynch

South Carolina – KC Smith
South Carolina – Michael Shiflett
South Carolina – Cordarrius Moore
South Carolina – Andrew Bibbs
South Carolina – Quardee Vincent

Washington – Cristian Martinez-White
Washington – Ricardo Pineda
Washington – Taylor Payne
Washington – John Smart
Washington – Annie Kvamme

Wisconsin – Dakota Kangas
Wisconsin – Perles Payne
Wisconsin – Seneca Barnes

Team of the Year – Kansas School for the Deaf
Team of the Year – Mississippi School for the Deaf

Player of the Year – Jayman Washington, Kansas School for the Deaf
Player of the Year – Kenmarkis Meeks, Mississippi School for the Deaf

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Gallaudet women’s basketball
GU women’s basketball defeats Hollins, 67-51
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wbkb/2017-18/releases/recap_hollins

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Eastern North Carolina basketball

ENCSD Boys won against VSDB 49-41 (7-0)

ENCSD girls won against VSDB 21-20 (2-5)

next game Northeast Prep (12/11)

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Iowa boys’ basketball

ISD 24   East Mills JV 36

We are 0-5

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Lexington wrestling

Lexington Blue Jays Wrestling

December 6, 2017, Wednesday,  4:15PM

At Rye County Day School

*Rye County Day School (Rye, NY)       – 64
*Lexington School for the Deaf, (NY)   -6

113 Gomez (Rye) defeats Linares (Lex) fall 3:48
145 Fox (Rye) defeats Patel (Lex) by decision 8-19
152 Mandell  (Rye) defeats Martinez (Lex) fall 0:54
160 Kim (Rye) defeats Rashid (Lex) fall 1:28
170 Diaz (Lex) defeats Sleeper (Rye) fall 1:04
182 Suliman  (Rye) defeats Safi (Lex) fall 0:13

Our record now is 1-3

Today December 8, 2017, Friday, 4PM
Home game against Collegiate

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Maryland wrestling

Maryland School for the Deaf (MD): 48
Silver Oak Academy (SO): 18

106: Thang (MD) won by Forfeit
113: Double Forfeit
120: Double Forfeit
126: Herpin (MD) won by Forfeit
132: William (MD) won by Forfeit
138: J.Johnson (MD) won by Forfeit
145: Raimundo (MD) won by Forfeit
152: Bush (SO) pinned Braxton (MD); Fall 0:45
160: Double Forfeit
170: C. Johnson (MD) pinned Villega (SO); Fall 2:26
182: Gross (MD) won by Forfeit
195: McRae (SO) pinned Lombardo (MD); Fall 0:54
220: Pineda (MD) won by Forfeit – Jones (SO)
285: Benbow (SO) pinned McAfee (MD); Fall 2:14

Maryland School for the Deaf (MD): 42
Coppin Academy (CA): 24

106: Thang (MD) won by Forfeit
113: Double Forfeit
120: Double Forfeit
126: Herpin (MD) pinned Stares (CA); Fall 1:52
132: Finch (CA) pinned William (MD); 2:57
138: Johnson (CA) pinned J.Johnson (MD); 1:26
145: Raimundo (MD) pinned Jeter (CA); Fall 0:26
152: Carter (CA) pinned Braxton (MD); Fall 3:54
160: Double Forfeit
170: C.Johnson (MD) won by Forfeit
182: Walker (CA) pinned Gross (MD); Fall 0:56
195: Lombardo (MD) won by Forfeit
220: Pineda (MD) won by Forfeit
285: McAfee (MD) pinned Hunches (CA); Fall 0:13

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Minnesota boys’ basketball

part of newspaper story

Shorthanded MSAD boys basketball drops to Nova Classical Academy

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Missouri basketball

Boys:
Vienna JV  27  16  10   4  = 57
MSD            8     5    6     2   = 21

MSD boys
Mikal Meriweater   13 points and 10 rebounds.
Hezeki  Smoot           6 points 3 rebounds and 4 assists.
Conner Luper 2 points and 9 rebounds and 1 aissist.

0 – 2 lost

Vienna JV
Nathan Kleffner   14 pts
Eathan weeks       14pts

Girls varsity
Vienna         16     16    13   13 =58
MSD               6       2       2     2 = 12

MSD
Delanzia Hayes – 10 points , 7 rebounds and 7 blocks.
Cristin Kohl  – 2 pts and 9 rebounds.

0-2 lost

Vienna
Gabby Wilkinson -11 pts
Renee Logan -10 pts

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Oregon boys’ basketball

part of newspaper story

Oregon School for Deaf 54, Jewell 35

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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

WPSD 33 – Harvest Baptist 5

Won – Lost
1 – 0

Points
Cheyenne Sloan – 14

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deaf player in college football

http://www.tdtnews.com/sports/article_074fea6a-dafe-11e7-9814-135e3d65da8b.html

 

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Dec
07

2017/12/07

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DeafDigest Sports – December 7, 2017

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

— Deaf All American 8-man Football team as slightly revised

— many basketball updates

– wrestling updates

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— Steagles deaf NFL offensive lineman
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

note re the above link
He was selected as one of the top historical athletes from
state of Delaware

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/deaf-nfl-offensive-guard/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 12/07/17)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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2017 DeafDigest Sports 8-man Football All-American team
(as slightly revised)

Georgia – Alberto Pantoja
Georgia – DeMarco Brown

Illinois – Shannon McNeal
Illinois – Alex Martinez
Illinois – Jovany Carmona

Iowa – Layne Guerrero

Kansas – Jayman Washington
Kansas – Raul Melgar
Kansas – Tayte McCaskey
Kansas – Brycen Laning
Kansas – Montana Montoya
Kansas – Troye Johnson

Louisiana – Zachary Adams
Louisiana – D’ericion Hayes
Louisiana – AJ Rosales

Michigan – Dewon Emery
Michigan – Jason Thoune

Mississippi – Kendrick Thomas
Mississippi – Kenmarkis Meeks
Mississippi – Mark Campbell
Mississippi – Fredrick Nelson
Mississippi – Alexader Jones

New Mexico – Julio Portillo
New Mexico – Deven Thompson
New Mexico – Jacob Stevens
New Mexico – Daniel Guerra
New Mexico – Bruce Brewer, Jr.

Oklahoma – Dylan Evans
Oklahoma – Tyler Manek

Phoenix – Brandon Lynch

South Carolina – KC Smith
South Carolina – Michael Shiflett
South Carolina – Cordarrius Moore
South Carolina – Andrew Bibbs
South Carolina – Quardee Vincent

Washington – Ricardo Pineda
Washington – Taylor Payne
Washington – John Smart
Washington – Annie Kvamme

Wisconsin – Dakota Kangas
Wisconsin – Perles Payne
Wisconsin – Seneca Barnes

Team of the Year – Kansas School for the Deaf
Team of the Year – Mississippi School for the Deaf

Player of the Year – Jayman Washington, Kansas School for the Deaf
Player of the Year – Kenmarkis Meeks, Mississippi School for the Deaf

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American basketball

American School for the Deaf hosted Rhode Island School for the Deaf
tonight.

ASD Boys played first and opened the game with four players from second
string making their first varsity start. After a slow start the team
seized control of the game midway through the second quarter while leaning
on their defense. No first string starter logged more than 10 minutes of
play in the game. The final score was 47-18.

Record 4-0.

ASD Girls played in the nightcap. The team struggled early to find their
range however they were able to take advantage of turnovers and execute
fast break points to win 24-13.

Record 3-1

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Colorado boys’ basketball

Atlas Prep 51
CSDB 33

Atlas Prep           11           8              21           11= 51
CSDB                  8           9              9             7= 33

CSDB- Luis Blandon Romero 6-1-4-16, DuChea High 6-3-4-15,
Nick Fuller 0-1-2-1, Isaac Rodriguez 0-1-2-1.
3 points made- Luis Blandon Romero 1.

Record: 1-1

Next game: CSDB at NMSD on 12-8-17

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Eastern North Carolina basketball

encsd boys won against Heritage Christian last night 65-62

Encsd girls lost against HC last night..

Boys (6-0)

girls (1-5)

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Fremont girls’ basketball

Nov 28

Cornerstone Christian 31
CSD 58

Nov 30 – Dec 2 – Nike Central Valley Showdown at Clovis, CA

Central 91
CSD 10

CSD 31
Bullard 64

Yosemite 66
CSD 34

Garces Memorial 29
CSD 62

November 5

Jewish Community 53
CSD 17

CSD Girls Varsity Basketball current record stands at 3-3

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*Kansas School for the Deaf Boys’ Basketball*

*Game # 6*

*December 5, 2017*

*Hyman Brand @ KSD*

Hyman Brand 4-9-7-10=30

KSD 23-13-10-18=64

*KSD Jackrabbits*

Jayman Washington, Senior – 19 points, 16 rebounds

Raul Melgar, Senior – 13 points, 4 rebounds

Marcus Aiken, Senior – 16 points

Tayte McCaskey, Junior – 12 points, 7 rebounds

*Team Total FG: *29-54
*Team Total 3FG: *3
*Team Total FT: *3-7

*Record:* 5-1

GPAC 3-0

Deaf 2-1

Our next game will be against DeLaSalle on Thursday, December 7 at
DeLaSalle.

Last year DeLaSalle won GPAC championship.

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Lexington Girls Basketball

December 6, 2017

Game # 2

Winston Prep at Lexington

WP – 0 – 7 – 7 – 4 = 18
LEX-14-14- 19-4 = 51

Halftime : LEX led 28 – 7

Gigi Zheng – 13 pts, 4 rebs,5 assists, 4 steals
May Tun – 6 pts, 10 rebs, 6 assists, 4 steals
Heidy De La Rosa – 10 pts, 1 reb, 3 assists, 4 steals
Dorgianny Flores – 8 pts, 2 rebs, 4 assists
Yenifer Garcia – 6 pts, 7 rebs, 1 steal
Jasmine Castillo – 4 pts, 7 rebs
Vanessa Reyes – 4 pts, 2 rebs, 2 assists

Varsity Record : 2-0

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Lexington boys’ basketball

Lexington 17 Winston Prep 36
Lexington 4-3-6-4
Winston Prep 3-14-8-11

Halftime Winston Prep led 17-7

Lexington team lead
Points
Jayden Orlang 6, Steve 5
Rebound
Jordan Laikram 8
Steal
Steve Salmon 4
Block
Jordan Laikram 4

Record 3-1

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Lexington wrestling

Lexington BlueJays Wrestling
December 1, 2017, Friday 6PM
*Model Secondary School for the Deaf, DC ¦^@^S 30
*Lexington School for the Deaf, NY                  – 24
113 Linares (Lex) defeats (MSSD) forfeit
132 Galves (MSSD) defeats Rodriguez (Lex) fall 1:55
145 Patel (Lex) defeats Stelzer (MSSD) fall 0:54
152 Barron (MSSD) defeats Martinez (Lex) fall 5:18
160 Rashid (Lex) defeats (MSSD) forfeit
170 Diaz (Lex) defeats Walker (MSSD) fall 1:38
182 Dorsette (MSSD) defeats Safi (Lex) fall 0:26

December 2, 2017, Saturday 9:30 Am
Lexington Holiday Tournament
1st Hackley                                                                      149.5 points
2nd Dalton                                                                       124  points
3rd Maryland School for the Deaf                          116 points
4th Model Secondary School for the Deaf          110 points
5th Martin Luther                                                           84.5 points
6th Collegiate                                                                   77 points
7th Lexington School for the Deaf                           55 points
8th Queens Complex High School                            50 points
9th Long Island Lutheran                                              26 points

113 Wyman (Hackley) defeats Linares (Lex) fall 0:36
113 Linares (Lex) defeats Irabagon (Queens Com) fall 2:23             2nd places
132 McCann (LUHI) defeats Rodriguez (Lex) fall 1:55
145 Ryan (Dalton) defeats Patel (Lex) fall 1:33
145 Patel (Lex) defeats Kujo (ML) fall 2:59
145 Zgaljardic (Queens Com) defeats Patel (Lex) fall 3:00               5th places
152 Martinez (Lex) defeats Kneisley (Hack) fall 1:59
152 Martinez (Lex) defeats Barron (MSSD) fall 1:10                          1st places
160 Burns (Hack) defeats Rashid (Lex) fall 1:54
170 Diaz (Lex) defeats Walker (MSSD) fall 1:34
170 Diaz (Lex) defeats Shepardson (Dalt) fall 2:24
170 Tabala (ML) defeats Diaz (Lex) fall 2:39                                           2nd places
182 Cales (ML) defeats Safi (Lex) fall 0:38
182 Abernathy (Dalt) defeats Safi (Lex) fall 0:35

Lexington Blue Jays Wrestling
December 5, 2017, Tuesday, 4PM
Tri-Dual Matches
*Lexington School for the Deaf (NY) 36
*NorthShore Hebrew Academy (NY) 24
113 Linares (Lex) defeats Coby (NSHA) fall 2:45
145 Patel (Lex( defeats Zirkiev (NSHA) fall 2:08
152 Martinez (Lex) defeats Oshry (NSHA) fall 0:42
160 Rashid (Lex) defeats Baraleli (NSHA) fall 3:31
170 Diaz (Lex) defeats Hedvat (NSHA) fall 0:53
182 Safi (Lex) defeats (NSHA) forfeit
*Long Island Lutheran High School ¦^@^S 42
*Lexington School for the Deaf         -24
113 McCann (LUHI) defeats Linares (Lex) fall 1:55
145 Patel (Lex) defeats Streithorst (LUHI) fall 2:59
152 Martinez (Lex) defeats Sterling (LUHI) fall 1:51
160 Rashid (Lex) defeats (LUHI) forfeit
170 Diaz (Lex) defeats (LUHI) forfeit
182 Mallory (LUHI) defeats Safi (Lex) fall 2:25

Our record 1-2,  we only have 7 wrestlers

Today away Match with Rye County Day School

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Marie Philip boys’ basketball

MPS 54 Waldorf 37

In first half our boys didn’t play well to start the game. Turnovers and
cold shooting kept us in close game with Waldorf of Mass Bay. Our boys
left to locker room with lead 18-10. We know that we should have played
better than this. Review and plan better, the boys came out to storm with
better outcome with our shooting and reduced our turnovers. We got big
lead then later Waldorf started to press against our second and third
string players. They refused to give up, we had to return some starters to
keep our leading all the way to the buzzer.  Dylan Christoffels found his
shooting form and led with 20 points, 11 rebounds and 3 assists. Kacey
Monahan and Kyle added with 15 points and 11 points. It was a good victory
on our first home court and put us a win column in our league.

Record 2-1, MBIL 1-0.

Next game vs. Fanwood at MPS @ 530pm this Friday.

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Marie Philip girls’ basketball

Friday, December 1: MPS vs Horace Mann School (W 36-13)

Saturday, December 2: MPS vs American School for the Deaf (W 22-16)

Wednesday, December 6: MPS vs Waldorf (W 24-18)

Shayla Rochelle and Emily Dy were named all star for the New England Tip
Off tourney.

Upcoming game for Lady Ghosts: Friday on the home court against New York
School for the Deaf.

Record: 3-0 (1-0 GIL)

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Minnesota boys’ basketball

part of newspaper story

Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf’s boys basketball team (2-3) has had
a busy December. The team opened the month hosting the Neesam Classic and
Tuesday night’s trip to Immanuel Lutheran School marked the Trojans’ fifth
game in five days. MSAD kept the score close at times but ultimately lost.

New coach is Lance Gonzalez, a former Gallaudet basketball player

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Model boys’ basketball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Wednesday, December 6, 2017 at 6:30 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 32

Field School: 43

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Model girls’ basketball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Wednesday, December 6, 2017 at 4:30 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 24

Charles E Smith Jewish Day Sch: 42

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Ohio basketball

Olney Friends at OSD
OSD Girls 33
Olney Friends 7

OSD Boys 52
Olney Friends 41

Both teams upped their records to 2-1 after good wins at home.

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Rochester girls’ basketball

The Wildcats surprised the Finney team to take a big lead in first half
(20-9). They played extremely well in the game. However, Finney JV stepped
up in the 2nd half to use the full court woman to woman. They kept fighting
against us for rest of 2nd half. They finally took a lead in last few
seconds left. We lost by 3 points at the end of the game. But again, we
played well!

Emma Kane got 5 assists, 3 steals, and 6 points. Cah’ryn Moquette also
earned 7 points and 12 rebounds while Julia Ott scored 6 and 8 rebounds.

Record: 1-1

Next game on December 8 at New Jersey School for the Deaf and play against
Delaware at first round of the tournament.

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Texas wrestling

Tsd had a tri meet today and we won vs winston churchill hs 48-36 and lost
vs comal smithson valley 36 to 45

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Western Pennsylvania Homecoming Weekend

3:00 PM  - Ohio girls vs WPSD

4:30 PM – Ohio boys vs WPSD

7:00 PM  – Kentucky girls vs Pennsylvania

8:30 PM – Kentucky boys vs Pennsylvania

Saturday, December 9th

9:00 AM Ohio girls vs Pennsylvania

10:30 AM  WPSD girls vs. Kentucky

12:00 N WPSD boys vs. Kentucky

1:30 PM Ohio boys vs. Pennsylvania

3:00 PM Ohio girls vs. Kentucky

4:30 PM WPSD girls vs. Pennsylvania

6:30 PM – SENIOR RECOGNITION

7:00 PM Kentucky boys vs Ohio

8:30 PM WPSD boys vs. Pennsylvania

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Western Pennsylvania basketball

coaches:
BOYS – David Tasselli with George D’Amore as his assistant

GIRLS – Michelle Vigliotti with John Fisher as her assistant coach
 

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DeafDigest Sports – December 6, 2017

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

— Deaf All American 11-man Football team announcement

— Football: Gallaudet vs Ohio State

— many basketball updates

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— a funny football comment 
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.net/the-great-gallaudet-football-helmet/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 12/06/17)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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2017 DeafDigest Sports 11-man Football All-American team

Alabama – Keith Williams
Alabama – KeTrez Holman
Alabama – Marc Wallace
Alabama – Matthew Garrett
Alabama – Angelo Simon
Alabama – Cory McKinnie

Arkansas – Shaqke Robinson

Florida – Ernest Bristol
Florida – DeanJean “DJ” D’Angelo
Florida – Alex Alridge
Florida – Doug Meehan
Florida – Samy Vital

Fremont – Calel Aramboles
Fremont – Uxmal Alcaraz
Fremont – John Leslie
Fremont – Luke Bella
Fremont – Levi Biser
Fremont – Miles Gonzalez
Fremont – George Quirie

Indiana – Joel Dramin
Indiana – Kyle Jenkins
Indiana – Jerrick Pothorski

Maryland – Rory Lewis
Maryland – Maurice Braxton
Maryland – Jason Werner
Maryland – Eric Long
Maryland – Rayston Fonseca
Maryland – John Werner, Jr
Maryland – Stefan Anderson
Maryland – Cade Patterson

Model – Truth Dorsette

Riverside – Elijah Watters
Riverside – Jacob Weiss
Riverside – Adonis Tauvalaau
Riverside – Paul Hernandez-McIntosh

Texas – Gareth Ashton
Texas – Michael Singleton
Texas – Jaden Anderson
Texas – Preston Garrett
Texas – Jack Scarboro
Texas – Alfredo Castillo
Texas – Chandler Sexton-Ruiz
Texas – Craig Hall

note:
Arkansas, which normally plays 8-man football, fielded no
team this season. One of the players, Shaqke Robinson, a
senior, wanted to continue playing and he played for
a nearby high school team while still attending classes
at Arkansas School for the Deaf. As a starter at
defensive tackle, he helped his team make the playoffs
and was an unstoppable force on running plays.

Team of the Year – Maryland School for the Deaf

11-man Football Player of the Year – Shaqke Robinson
(attends Arkansas School for the Deaf, but played
for a nearby high school team)

11-man Football Player of the Year
John Werner, Jr; Maryland School for the Deaf

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Football: Gallaudet vs Ohio State

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

please just vote for Gallaudet

thanks

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Gallaudet women’s basketball
Three Bison reach double figures in first conference loss of season
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wbkb/2017-18/releases/recap_lbc

 
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Gallaudet men’s basketball
GU suffers first NEAC men’s basketball loss this season
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mbkb/2017-18/releases/recap_lbc

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Alabama Basketball

Tuesday, December 5

Girls

Winterboro 45  Lady Warriors 23

Season record: 3 – 6

Boys

Winterboro 45  Silent Warriors 38

Season record: 6 – 3

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Arkansas basketball

Junior Varsity  Teams
ASD Girls 5 lost to SWC 34
 
ASD Boys 2 Lost to SWC 64
 
Varsity Teams
ASD Girls 27 lost to SWC 53
 
ASD Boys 20 lost to SWC 55
 
Next Game will be December 8 and 9 at Oklahoma School for the Deaf for
Southwest Regional “Indian” Classic Tournament (Four Teams –
Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas)

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Florida girls’ basketball

Last night, we played against River City Science Academy. We lost. The
score was 35 to 57. We made over 40 turnovers. Our girls considered
basketball as hot potato. We definitely need to practice on passing,
patience, and more. Lourdine Jordonne
continued to be our best scorer and rebounder, Shanna Cooley had 9 points
respectively, on her birthday. We were short 3 players (injured – out of
season with ACL, illness, and one out on class’ field trip).

Our next game will be this Friday against Mississippi School for the Deaf
at Hackney Classic.

Record: 1-3

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Florida boys’ basketball

Dragons 52
Duval Charter (Jax) 66

Halftime score: FSDB 28-27 DC

We suffered our first loss of the season.  We started off well and it
carried over until the start of the 4th quarter when it was tied 42-42. 
After that, our wheels fell off.  It was good for our boys to play in a
game like this in which a lot of the
bounces didn’t go our way.  We just need to respond better next time.

Points: Samy Vital 19, Quintin Galpine 15, Wallace Burrell 7, Enow Otto 7,
Yahir Rodriguez 6.

Season record: 3-1

Next game: 12/8 & 9 at the Hackney Classic in Talladega, Alabama hosted by
the Alabama School for the Deaf.  We will play 4 games: 12/8 vs Maryland
at 10:30, Georgia at 5:30. 12/9 vs Alabama at 10:30, Mississippi at 5:30.
All times CST.

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Fremont boys’ basketball

11/28/17 Lost to Cornerstone Christian 74-52
11/30/17 Lost to Pinewood                         69-21
12/1/17 Lost to Round Valley                      72-45

CSD will play against Impact Academy this Thursday at 6:30 (home game).

0-3 record

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Georgia basketball

Monday 12/4/17 GSD JV BOYS VS JACKSONVILLE CHRISTIAN ACADEMY (JCA)
GSD – 18…MOORMAN – 6, LANG – 6, HUTCHINS – 2, DOUGLAS – 2, CLAY – 2
JCA – 53
RECORD…. 0-3-0
NEXT GAME MONDAY 12/11/17 VS GAYLESVILLE SCHOOL

TUESDAY 12/5/17 GSD VS ATLANTA CLASSICAL ACADEMY (ACA)
GIRLS:
GSD – 41….CLAY – 16, JOHNSON – 14, HALL – 4, BENNETT – 4, REYNOLDS – 2,
CASH – 1
ACA – 12
RECORD…4-2-0…. NEXT GAMES AT THE HACKNEY CLASSIC IN TALADEGA ALA. 
12/8-9/17. VS FLORDIA, MISSISSIPPI, ALABAMA

BOYS:
GSD – 36…. BROWN – 22, GREEN – 4
ACA – 47
RECORD… 0-6-0…..NEXT GAMES AT THE HACKNEY CLASSIC IN TALADEGA ALA.
12/8-9/17.  VS FLORDIA, MISSISSIPPI, ALABAMA

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Indiana boys’ basketball

Indiana Deaf   27
Traders Point 54

1-2 record

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Indiana girls’ basketball

newspaper story

INDIANA DEAF 51, TRADERS POINT 32

Indiana Deaf     9  11  21  10  —  51
Traders Point  10  15   4    3  —  32

Indiana Deaf (2-6) — Kate Lorenzo 6 3-5 15, Caitlyn Smith 4 8, Kalena
Bombala 3 4-6 10, Anya Pothorjki 8 16, Annlise Alberton 1 2.

Traders Point (5-6) — Brittney Walker 1 1-4 3, Jill Algate 1 2, Payton
Tibbet 8 5-7 21, Fehint.

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Kansas girls’ basketball

*Kansas 41 Hyman Brand 20*

Hyman Brand    6-2-2-10= 20
KSD                 11-8-16-6= 41

KSD
Kaylee Wells: 19 points, 3 assists, 2 steals
Madison Welch: 16 points, 21 rebounds, 3 steals
Tiadra Vang: 2 points, 3 rebounds, 3 steals
Taylor Wise: 2 points, 8 rebounds
Katja Grace:  8 rebounds, 2 assists

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

Kentucky School for the Deaf vs Riverside Christian in Danville, KY.

Riverside- 9 5 14 15- 43
KSD- 3 9 2 19- 33

KSD (0-5) Howard 25, Yance 5, Collins 3.

Riverside- Fugate 3, P. Champ 6, C.Champ 2, Baker 17, Voth 13, Petty 2.

It was KSDÿÿs First home game of the season. KSD couldnÿÿt get
anything started offensively scoring only three points in the opening
quarter. After falling behind 28-14, KSD switched to man to man defense
and made a run but couldnÿÿt stop Riversideÿÿs inside shooting. Lack
of rebounding hurts KSD as well.

Aaron Howard – a season high of 25 points.

Payne Yance scored KSD only three point as KSD went 1-11 downtown.

Rebounds- Howard 5 and Miller 4.

Next game- December 8-10 at Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf in
Pittsburgh, PA.

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Lexington boys’ basketball

Lexington 42 Fanwood 21

One of our excitement traditional and competition rival school by only 45
minutes away in New York between White Plains and Queens. We opened game
on
the 1st half, we both had a great defense both team. We got lot of missed
on lap up by steal to fast break . Halftime, I made a strategy planned and
game’s changed. We got much better in 2nd half on defense is a key on this
game. Defense is a winning game.

Lexington 9-7-13-13
Fanwood 10-4-3-4

Halftime Lexington led 16-14

Lexington team lead
Points
Steve Salmon 13, Timar Harris 12, Jayden Orlang 8.
Rebound
Tayqwan Richardson 12, Aaron Lakram 10, Jordan Laikram 7.
Assists
Steve Salmon 4
Steal
Steve Salmon 8, Timar Harris 5.
Block
Jordan Laikram
3

Lexington 49 Legacy 37 (1-0)

Lexington 10-13-8-16
Legacy 2-13-9-13

Halftime Lexington led 23-15

Lexington team lead
Points
Timar Harris 14, Jordan Laikram 12, Steve Salmon 10
Rebound
Steve Salmon 12, Aaron Laikram 7
Assists
Steve Salmon 6
Steals
Timar Harris

Updated now record 3-0

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Lexington Girls Basketball

Game # 1

NYSD (Fanwood) vs LEX at Lexington

NYSD:  2 – 9 – 7 – 11 = 29
LEX:     8 – 8 -11 -  7 = 34

Halftime – LEX Led 16 – 11

Dorgianny Flores. – 8 pts, 8 rebs, 12 steals
Gigi Zheng. – 11 pts, 7 rebs, 2 steals, 2 blocks
Heidy De La Rosa. – 10 pts, 4 assists, 5 steals
May Tun. – 4 pts, 7 rebs,
Yenifer Garcia. – 9 rebs, 2 steals, 2 blocks

Varsity Record = 1 – 0

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Maryland boys’ basketball

Last night, we played against River City Science Academy. We lost. The
score was 35 to 57. We made over 40 turnovers. Our girls considered
basketball as hot potato. We definitely need to practice on passing,
patience, and more. Lourdine Jordonne
continued to be our best scorer and rebounder, Shanna Cooley had 9 points
respectively, on her birthday. We were short 3 players (injured – out of
season with ACL, illness, and one out on class’ field trip).

Our next game will be this Friday against Mississippi School for the Deaf
at Hackney Classic.

Record: 1-3

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Maryland girls’ basketball

December 5, 2017

Rockbridge Academy @ Maryland School for the Deaf

             1     2     3     4     =    Total
RA =      5     5    12     9     =    31
MSD =   6     6     7     11   =     30

MSD ORIOLES

S. Herzig-Wilcox – 2 points, 1 rebound, 2 steals, 2 assists
C. Perry – 19 points, 8 rebounds, 1 steal, 1 assist, 2 blocks
R. Guettler – 4 points, 10 rebounds, 3 steals, 1 assist
H. Johnston-Shaw – 1 steal
E. Beldon – 3 points, 6 steals, 2 assists
M. Luebehusen – 1 rebound
E. Kovacs – 2 points, 1 rebound, 1 steal

Team Total FG:  12
Team Total 3FG:  0
Team Total FT: 6-8

ROCKBRIDGE ACADEMY

E. Williams – 7 points
V. Grev – 4 points
S. Williams – 8 points
A. Craig – 1 point
M. Taiwo – 11 points

Team Total FG:  14
Team Total 3FG:  0
Team Total FT:  3 – 8

Record:  1-1

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Minnesota boys’ basketball

newspaper report

Lutheran boys 78, Minnesota School for the Deaf 57

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Mississippi boys’ basketball

61-50 (W) – MSD @ Salem

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Mississippi girls’ basketball

Varsity Girls Basketball

Mississippi School for the Deaf 56
Salem – 18

MSD
1st quarter 29
2nd quarter 38
3rd quarter 52
4th quarter 56

MSD points
Nilah O’Rey 15 points
Alexis Roberts 12points
Raegan Hendrix 11 points
Koreiona Guy 8 points
Tamera Grant 6 points
Keiarah Barnes 4 points

Record: 6-0
Next Game 12/8 -9, @ Alabama School f/t Deaf Tournament

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Model wrestling

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Wrestling

Wrestling

Date: Tuesday, December 5, 2017 at 4:30 pm

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 27

Georgetown Day School: 24

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Model boys’ basketball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Monday, December 4, 2017 at 5:30 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 28

Washington International School: 36

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North Carolina boys’ basketball

 on December 5

SCSDB                   14           15           14           15-58
NCSD                     8              10           7              13-37

Last game of the year

NCSD boys basketball record 1-5

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Ohio basketball

OSD at KIPP
KIPP Girls 32, OSD 31
OSD girls are 1-1.

KIPP Boys 81, OSD 26
OSD boys are 1-1.

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Oklahoma girls’ basketball

Played Mill Creek
26-58
Record is 0-2

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Phoenix basketball

We played at Superior.

Girls lost by 2, 23-21. Now 0-3.
Boys lost 61-26. Now 0-3.

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Riverside boys’ basketball

CSD-Riverside vs. Hamilton

CSDR              = 68
Hamilton          = 32

Record: 3-2

Next Game: December 7 vs. Calvary Chapel Moreno Valley 6:00 PM

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Rochester girls’ basketball

The Wildcats have their first game of the season and won the game against
St. John Bosco 29-19. Julia Ott leads the team with 10 points, 15 rebounds
and 1 block. Shanya added 7 points and 2 rebounds.

Record 1-0

Next game today at Finney JV at 4 pm

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South Carolina girls’ basketball

SCSDB  9   0   5   6 = 20
NCSD    4   0  14   6 = 25

Moss 13, Plifher 2, Brown 2, Jackson, 2, and Crute 1

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South Carolina boys’ basketball

SCSDB = 58
NCSD   = 35

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Washington basketball

from newspaper

Girls basketball: Wash. School for Deaf 32, Oregon School for Deaf 22

Boys basketball: Oregon School for Deaf 39, Wash. School for Deaf 32
 

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DeafDigest Sports – December 5, 2017

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

— Deaf All American 8-man Football team announcement

— a Gallaudet basketball honor

— wrestling updates

— basketball updates

— story on Ohio’s champion football team

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

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/picture-of-a-legendary-deaf-football-team/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 12/05/17)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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2017 DeafDigest Sports 8-man Football All-American team

Georgia – Alberto Pantoja

Illinois – Shannon McNeal
Illinois – Alex Martinez
Illinois – Jovany Carmona

Iowa – Layne Guerrero

Kansas – Jayman Washington
Kansas – Raul Melgar
Kansas – Tayte McCaskey
Kansas – Brycen Laning
Kansas – Montana Montoya
Kansas – Troye Johnson

Louisiana – Zachary Adams
Louisiana – D’ericion Hayes
Louisiana – AJ Rosales

Michigan – Dewon Emery
Michigan – Jason Thoune

Mississippi – Kendrick Thomas
Mississippi – Kenmarkis Meeks
Mississippi – Mark Campbell
Mississippi – Fredrick Nelson
Mississippi – Alexader Jones

New Mexico – Julio Portillo
New Mexico – Deven Thompson
New Mexico – Jacob Stevens
New Mexico – Daniel Guerra
New Mexico – Bruce Brewer, Jr.

Oklahoma – Dylan Evans
Oklahoma – Tyler Manek

Phoenix – Brandon Lynch

South Carolina – KC Smith
South Carolina – Michael Shiflett
South Carolina – Cordarrius Moore
South Carolina – Andrew Bibbs
South Carolina – Quardee Vincent

Washington – Ricardo Pineda
Washington – Taylor Payne
Washington – John Smart
Washington – Annie Kvamme

Wisconsin – Dakota Kangas
Wisconsin – Perles Payne
Wisconsin – Seneca Barnes

Team of the Year – Kansas School for the Deaf
Team of the Year – Mississippi School for the Deaf

Player of the Year – Jayman Washington, Kansas School for the Deaf
Player of the Year – Kenmarkis Meeks, Mississippi School for the Deaf

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Andy Cruz Honored as NEAC Men’s Basketball Student-Athlete of the Week

GANSEVOORT, N.Y. – The North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) has
announced Andy Cruz as its Student-Athlete of the Week selection in
men’s basketball for the week ending Dec. 3.

full story at:
http://www.neacsports.com/news/aotw/2017-18/AOTW_17-12-04_MBB

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Alabama basketball

Viking Classic

Lady Warriors 35  Kentucky 17
Lady Warriors 41  South Carolina 6
Tennessee 31  Lady Warriors 15

Season record: 3 – 5

Silent Warriors 59  Kentucky 12
Silent Warriors 56  South Carolina 32
Silent Warriors 60  Tennessee 32

Season record: 6 – 2

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Florida boys’ basketball

Dragons 63
River City Science Academy (Jax) 44

Halftime score: FSDB 29-16 RCSA

We are able to start the season 3-0.  However, like I told our team, we’re
not a very good 3-0 team.  We’ve had flashes of brilliance as well as
making some elementary-level mistakes.  Some of the things I saw tonight
during our transition offense was
beautiful.  I’m grateful to be coaching a bunch of unselfish players who
will pass to the open man.

Points: Yahir Rodriguez 20, Wallace Burrell 14, Quintin Galpine 9, Enow
Otto 8, Samy Vital 7, Cody Newsome 4, Kyle Prinzler 1.

Season record: 3-0

Next game: 12/5, Away vs Duval Charter.  Tip-Off at 7:30. Game will be
played at Jacksonville Sportsplex (3605 Phillips Hwy, Jax). MS Boys also
playing at 6.

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Kansas boys’ basketball

owa Deaf 8-4=12

KSD 36-29=65

*KSD Jackrabbits*

Jayman Washington, Senior – 12 points, 11 rebounds

Raul Melgar, Senior – 10 points

Tyler Mayfield, Junior – 11 points

Marcus Aiken, Senior – 12 points

Tayte McCaskey, Junior – 8 points, 13 rebounds

Sethan Rolofson, Freshman – 12 assists

*Team Total FG: *27
*Team Total 3FG: *11
*Team Total FT: *0-1

*Record:* 3-0

*Game # 4*

*December 2, 2017*

*Wisconsin @ Minnesota Deaf*

Wisconsin Deaf 20-35=55

KSD 45-24=69

*KSD Jackrabbits*

Jayman Washington, Senior – 25 points, 17 rebounds

Raul Melgar, Senior – 15 points

Tayte McCaskey, Junior – 18 points, 15 rebounds

*Team Total FG: *28
*Team Total 3FG: *6
*Team Total FT: *6-15

*Record:* 4-0

*Game # 5*

*December 2, 2017*

Minnesota Deaf @ Minneosta Deaf

Minnesota Deaf 24-36=60

KSD 13-27=40

*KSD Jackrabbits*

Jayman Washington, Senior – 17 points, 11 rebounds

Raul Melgar, Senior – 10 points

Tayte McCaskey, Junior – 4 points, 8 rebounds

*Team Total FG: *16
*Team Total 3FG: *2
*Team Total FT: *6-14

*Record:* 4-1

Our next game will be against Hyman Brand on Tuesday, December 5 at KSD.

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Maryland wrestling

Maryland School for the Deaf (MD): 54

Jewish Day School (JD): 18

106: Peter Thang (MD) won by Forfeit
113: Double Forfeit
120: Abiv Liebstien (JD) won by Forfeit
126: Crosse Herpin (MD) Pinned Jordan Harling (JD); Fall 4:50.
132: Michael Williams (MD) won by Forfeit
138: Adam Gaskill (JD) Pinned Jamal Johnson (MD); Fall 1:36.
145: Alexsander Raimundo (MD) Pinned Elie Abecassis (JD); Fall 3:10.
152: Maurice Braxton (MD) Pinned Micah Shull (JD); Fall 3:08.
160: Double Forfeit
170: Calvin Johnson (MD) won by Forfeit
182: Tylique Gross (MD) won by Forfeit
195: Sam Winkler (JD) won by Forfeit
220: Bryan Pineda (MD) won by Forfeit
285: Brody McAfee (MD) won by Forfeit

Maryland School for the Deaf (MD): 36
Convenant Life School (CL): 27

106: Peter Thang (MD) won by Forfeit
113: Gabriel McClure-Mauras (CL) won by Forfeit
120: Double Forfeit
126: Crosse Herpin (MD) won by Forfeit
132: Michael Williams (MD) won by Forfeit
138: Andrew Rosa (CL) Pinned Jamal Johnson (MD); Fall 3:34.
145: Alexsander Raimundo (MD) Pinned Javier Campbell (CL); Fall 0:39.
152: Maurice Braxton (MD) Pinned Ben Ezana (CL); Fall 1:13.
160: Double Forfeit
170: Swimford (CL) Pinned Calvin Johnson (MD); Fall 1:37.
182: Stancik (CL) Pinned Tylique Gross (MD); Fall 0:40.
195: Double Forfeit
220: Andrew Simmons (CL) won by Point Bryan Pineda (MD); 09-08.
285: Brody McAfee (MD) won by Forfeit

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Missouri basketball

Boys:
Community R6         8    8    14  12   = 42
MSD                             7    4     10  20   = 41

missouri
Dacota Pierson-  13 pts, 4 steals
Mikal Meriwether -12 pts , 16 rebounds, 4 steals and 2 assists
Hezeki Smoot- 8 pts, 4 assists, 5 steals
Conner Luper- 4 pts and 14 rebounds
Damar Washington- 4 pts, 12 rebounds and 4 steal

0-1 record

Community R6
Jaryn Kuda  22 pts

Girls:
Community R6      30   16  4  4 = 58
MSD                           0    2    4   4 = 10

Missouri
Delanzia Hayes -4 pts and 3 rebounds
Melissa Davis – 2 pts and 3 rebounds
Kayla Nichols – 5 pts,  5 rebounds and 2 assists
Cristin Kohl- 2 pts and 5 steals

0-1 record

Community R6
Emma Angel-  18 pts

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Model girls’ basketball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Monday, December 4, 2017 at 5:00 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 34

Washington International School: 37

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Saturday, December 2, 2017 at 2:00 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 41

OPEN: 52

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Model boys’ basketball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Saturday, December 2, 2017 at 7:30 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 21

Berman Hebrew Academy: 49

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North Carolina boys’ basketball

Carrabus Charter              9              13           18           4-44
NCSD                          4              7             3           8-22

NCSD boys record 1-4
Next game is host to SCSDB today for the last game of the year.

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Huddle up, Ohio’s unlikely champions

The Wingfoot Clan’s Goodyear Silents were an Ohio semi-pro
powerhouse a century ago.

full story at:
http://www.indeonline.com/sports/20171203/huddle-up-ohios-unlikely-champions
 

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DeafDigest Sports – December 4, 2017

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

— Deaf All American Volleyball team announcement

— basketball updates

— Gallaudet women’s basketball

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— deaf coach in college water polo
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/emergency-quarterback-hall-of-fame-picture/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 12/04/17)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

 
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2017 DeafDigest Sports Volleyball All-American team

Alabama – Zackeisha Jordan
American – Craichelle Morrison
Arkansas – Alerys Henriquez
Delaware – Carolyn Russell
Florida – Arlyssa Davis
Fremont – Jada Dawson
Georgia – Chynah Johnson
Kansas – Madison Welch
Kentucky – Keaura Davis
Lexington – Heidy De La Rosa
Marie Philip – Shayla Rochette
Maryland – Cassidy Perry
Michigan – Wendy Chicky
Model – Maia Swanson
New Jersey – De’Avian Watson
New Mexico – Lindsay Hand
Oklahoma – Emily Cavellos
Pennsylvania – Yasmean Evans
Rochester – McKenna Girod
South Carolina – Ashley Moss
St Mary’s – Kioneyshka Alvira-Juardo
Tennessee – MarCresheia Phillips
Texas – Emma Giuntoli
Texas – Ella-Berri Kornkven
Texas – Ashlene Etkie
Washington – Ashantay Truong
Western Pennsylvania – Cheyenne Sloan

Team of the Year – Big Schools
Texas School for the Deaf

Team of the Year – Small Schools
Kansas School for the Deaf

Team of the Year – Small Schools
Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf

Player of the Year
Big Schools – Jada Dawson, California School for the Deaf at Fremont
Big Schools – Cassidy Perry, Maryland School for the Deaf
Small Schools – Madison Welch, Kansas School for the Deaf

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Tomorrow (Tuesday)

announcement of DeafDigest Sports 8-man football
All-American honors

note:
8-man honors include schools that play 6-man football

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Wednesday

announcement of DeafDigest Sports 11-man football
All-American honors

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

Gallaudet drops non-conference game to Worcester St.

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University women’s basketball team lost its
fourth quarter lead over Worcester State University here Sunday afternoon
in the Field House on Padden Court and lost the low-scoring non-conference
game, 53-49.

Gallaudet (3-4) increased its 25-18 halftime lead to its largest in the
game, eight points, at the 9:54 mark in the third quarter. Worcester St.
(4-3) chipped away at the the Bison lead and tied the game at 31 at the
3:57 mark in the third. Junior Sabina Shysh (Tucson, Ariz.) made 4 of 5
attempts from the free throw line to close out the quarter with GU leading
35-33.

The decisive fourth quarter featured five lead changes and two ties.
Gallaudet’s last lead was with four minutes left in regulation. The
Lancers scored eight of the next 11 points to escape with the win.

GU junior Hannah Neild (Litchfield, N.H.) scored a game-high 18 points to
go with eight rebounds, two blocks and two assists. Freshman Emelia Beldon
(Frederick, Md.) added nine points off the bench.

Worcester St. forward Kaitlyn Berkel posted a double-double with 14
points, 13 rebounds, seven assists and two blocks. Center Britt Herring
added 11 points, nine rebounds and four blocks.

The first quarter went back-and-forth while Gallaudet controlled the
second quarter and outscored the visitors by four, 10-6.

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Riverside boys’ basketball

CSD-Riverside vs. Victor Valley Christian

CSDR       = 65
VVC          = 51

We finished 4th place.

Record: 2-2

Next Game: December 5 vs. Hamilton 7:30 PM

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South Carolina boys’ basketball

SCSDB Boys records is 1 Win andn 2 lose.

We lost to TSD and Alabama. We beat Kentucky. Our next game will At
NCSD by Tuesday Dec 5, 2017.

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Tennessee basketball

Vikings classic

Girls

Tennessee 51
South Carolina 4

Tennessee 38
Kentucky 20

Tennessee 33
Alabama 18

Overall  3-2

Boys

Tennessee 68
South Carolina 41

Tennessee 50
Kentucky 13

Alabama 60
Tennessee 32

Overall 2-3
 

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DeafDigest Sports – December 3, 2017

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

— basketball updates

— New England Tip Off scores

— wrestling update

— Gallaudet basketball wins

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— #1 high school long jumper in USA
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/gallaudet-football-player-becomes-police-officer/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 12/03/17)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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2017 DeafDigest Sports volleyball All-American team
will be announced tomorrow (Monday)

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New England Tip Off, Day 2

Games started in the morning with 3rd place games:

 In the first match up between Rhode Island School for the Deaf and Horace
Mann School for the Deaf Girls, Horace Mann used steady and strong play
from the point guard position to control the tempo throughout the game.
Horace Mann was able to secure a 21-15 victory.

In the second game of the day, Horace Man School for the Deaf boys took on
Rhode Island School for the Deaf. RISD dominated from the opening tip off,
leading by as much as 15 points early in the game. RISD was able to avoid
any critical mistakes down the stretch to secure a 31-13 victory.

In the Girls Championship game between American School for the Deaf and
Marie Philip School for the Deaf, both teams fought through early scoring
trouble. After Marie  Philip took a 7-2 lead, American dominated the final
3 minutes of the first half to take 8-7 lead at halftime. Marie Philip was
able to hit three three-pointers in the second half to retake the lead for
good at 16-7 and MPS would never relinquish the lead, winning by a final
score of 22-16.

In the Boys Championship game between American School for the Deaf and
Marie Philip School for the Deaf, was the game of the tournament. MPS
raced out to a dominating 12-3 first quarter lead and 26-9 halftime lead
playing with far more energy than ASD and taking full advantage of early
foul trouble and missed shots. It was a very physical game on both ends of
the court. ASD closed the gap to 10 points making the score 37-27 at the
end of the third period. ASD continued their torrid shooting and defense
to take the lead for good with 4 minutes remaining the game, sealing the
44-38 victory with late free throws.

Girls:

1st – MPS

2nd – ASD

3rd – HMSD

4th – RISD

Boys:

1st – ASD

2nd – MPS

3rd – RISD

4th – HMSD

Sportsmanship:

Girls: Horace Mann School for the Deaf

Boys: Rhode Island School for the Deaf

All – Stars:

Boys:

Mohammed Abanoor (HMSD)

Timothy Jallah (RISD)

Dylan Christoffels (MPS)

Kacey Monahan (MPS)

Omar Shariff (ASD)

Andrew Ray Taylor (ASD)

Girls:

Jenasia Butler (HMSD)

Olivia Collins (RISD)

Craichelle Morrison (ASD)

Emily Pagan (ASD)

Emily Dy (MPS)

Shayla Rochette (MPS)

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

Bison win back-to-back NEAC games as they get by St. Elizabeth

MORRISTOWN, N.J. – The Gallaudet University women’s basketball team picked
up its first North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) road win here
Saturday with a 69-53 victory over College of Saint Elizabeth.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wbkb/2017-18/releases/recap_cse

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Cruz scores career-high 30 in NEAC win over St. Elizabeth

MORRISTOWN, N.J. – Senior forward Andy Cruz (Bronx, N.Y.) scored a
career-high 30 points to help lead Gallaudet University to a 95-88 victory
here Saturday over College of Saint Elizabeth in a North Eastern Athletic
Conference (NEAC) men’s basketball game.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mbkb/2017-18/releases/recap_cse

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Indiana wrestling

part of newspaper story

Bulldogs cruise to invite win

Alfredo Calderon, Centerville High School footballBuy Photo
Alfredo Calderon, Centerville High School football (Photo: Jesus
Jimenez/Palladium-Item)
Centerville crowned six weight-class champions and went 4-0 as a team to
win the Lincoln 6-way Invitational.

Tyler Vredeveld (106), Austin Wilmont (113), Gabe Phillips (132), Elijah
Phillips (138), Alfredo Calderon (182) and Chris Pritchett (195) all went
4-0 as Centerville defeated Indiana School for the Deaf 59-24, Blue River
78-6, Eastern Hancock 45-33 and Lincoln 57-24.

Josh Miles (126) and Noah Hancock (170)  won weight classes for Lincoln,
as the Golden Eagles went 1-3, defeating Blue River 72-6 and falling to
Centerville, Indiana Deaf 46-36, Eastern Hancock 55-24.

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

Kentucky School for the Deaf vs South Carolina School for the Deaf at
Tennessee School for the Deaf in Knoxville, Tennessee.

KSD- 4 7 6 10ÿÿ27
SCSDB- 13 17 16 8ÿÿ54

KSD (0-4) Howard 16, Dorn 2, Miller 3, Collins 2, Rhodes 2, Tucker.

SCSBD – Smith 12, Beritez 5, Moore 34, Vincent 3.

KSD completed the Viking Classic by going winless. South Carolina raced to
a 9-point lead after first quarter. First quarter has been a thorn to KSD
so far in the early part of season. KSD needs to work on passing and
rebounding. KSD has a season high 30 turnovers which limited their field
goal attempts to 29.

Aaron Howard-16 points, 6 rebound, and 2 blocks but had 11 turnovers.

Micah Tucker and Dakota Rhodes scored a bucket as itÿÿs their first
Varsity points. Congrats to them!

John Collins- two steals.

KSD has no three pointers.

Next game on Dec. 5, 2017 vs Riverside Christian at KSD.

Kentucky School for the Deaf vs Tennessee School for the Deaf at Tennessee
School for the Deaf in Knoxville, Tennessee.

KSD- 1 9 2 1ÿÿ 13
TSD- 18 12 10 10ÿÿ 50

KSD (0-3) Yance 3, Howard 8, Dorn 1, Vickery 1.

TSD (?-?) Davidson 2, Harris 6, Freeman 8, Williams 9, Williamson 9,
Currie 8, Staggs 4, Mould 4.

It was KSDÿÿs first game of two games today. Tennessee opened the game
by scoring the gameÿÿs first 16 points. KSD wasnÿÿt able to match
Tennesseeÿÿs aggressiveness and quickness. Turnoversÿÿ hurting KSD so
far this season as KSD having 21 turnovers this morning. We have to work
on everything (fundamental). Hope we play better tonight.

Richard Ward- 7 rebounds
KSD shot 2-7 on free throws.
Caleb Vickery- 1 point. His first varsity point.
Miller and Howard- 1 block each

Next game on Dec. 2, 2017 vs South Carolina School for the Deaf in
Knoxville, Tennessee.
(Viking Classic)

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South Carolina girls’ basketball

SCSDB  0      2    4     0 = 6
ASD       18   14    2    5 = 41

Y. Crute made 6pts

SCSDB   6    0    3     7= 16
KSD        17  13   14   4= 49

A.Moss made 8 pts, D.Miller made 5 pts, Y. Crute made 2 pts, and A. Plifer made 1 pts

Overall record 0-3

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Tennessee girls’ basketball

part of newspaper story

Girls basketball top performers in the Knoxville area

Marcreshia Phillips, Tennessee School for the Deaf: Phillips had 47
combined points in this week’s win against the South Carolina School for
the Deaf and loss to Hancock Couunty.

Hancock Co 65
Tennessee 43

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Tennessee boys’ basketball

part of newspaper story

Knoxville area high school basketball top boys performers

DeSean Freeman, Tennessee School for the Deaf: Freeman scored 14 points in
a 62-35 loss to Hancock County.

Hancock Co 62
Tennessee 35

 

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DeafDigest Sports – November 26, 2017

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

— Deaf All American nominations deadline

— a win by a 3-man basketball team vs 5-man team

— college woman soccer player

— a deaf pro basketball player

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Deaf Sports Collections update

— deaf coach of hearing team
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/gallaudet-football-action/

…………………………………………………….

— Deaf All American nominations deadline

The deadline for the invited schools to turn in their
nominations is:

November 30, 2017

please email your nomination form to barry@deafdigest.com

Thank you for your attention to this deadline!

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a 3-man basketball win over a 5-man team

from a DeafDigest 2006 posting

    Gallaudet defeated George Mason 91-88 in three overtimes
in January 1970?
    So, what was the big deal? Seven Gallaudet players fouled
out in the game, leaving the team with just three players
on the floor with 4:21 remaining in the third overtime.
Dennis Berrigan, Herman Buckman and Johnny Samuels, the
remaining players, formed a “diamond” defense and held on
to win the game against GMU’s 5 players. Gallaudet actually
increased the lead to 89-78 with 1:50 remaining and just
hung on for the prized win.
    And why was the win so significant? It was Gallaudet’s
only win of the season. And it was coach John Kaleta’s
only collegiate basketball win. He only coached Gallaudet
basketball one season.

DeafDigest Sports is mentioning this story because
the 3-man University of Alabama men’s basketball
team lost to 5-man University of Minnesota 89-84.

What is the difference?

3-man Gallaudet won in 1970

3-man Alabama lost last night!

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college woman soccer player

Eastern University

Ashley Zemeski

senior

women’s soccer

started all 17 of her team’s 17 games

one of team’s leaders in most minutes played

as the defender, her job was to stop goals, not to score goals

only attempted 4 shots all season

assisted on two of her team’s goals

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a deaf pro basketball player

past newspaper story

Michael Lizarraga continues pro basketball career in Mexico

The season may have ended on a sour note for Michael Lizarraga and his
Mazatlan Nauticos teammates, but the Dixon native and deaf professional
basketball player continues to march at the beat of his own drum.

Known as “The Great One” by both friends and aspiring basketball
players out on the Northwest Park blacktop in Dixon — where he’s
logged hundreds of hours and thousands of jumpers — Lizarraga, 28, has
excelled post-college in Mexico’s Cibacopa League where his team fell
102-94 in game seven of their second round playoff matchup Saturday
against the Obregon Falcons.

full story at:
http://www.thereporter.com/article/NG/20170620/SPORTS/170629996
 

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DeafDigest Sports – November 25, 2017

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

— Deaf All American nominations deadline

— a rich memory by QB that threw 5 TD passes

— frustrated minor league pitcher

— a senior soccer player who played little

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Deaf Schools won-lost records

http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/
(11/19/17 updates)

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— Canadian national hearing champion at Gallaudet
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/group-picture-usa-national-deaf-men-soccer-team/

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Note:

due to a technical difficulty, many of you did not get
November 24, 2017 edition. You can get it by clicking on:

http://deafdigestsports.com/2017/11/24/

………………………………………………….

— Deaf All American nominations deadline

The deadline for the invited schools to turn in their
nominations is:

November 30, 2017

please email your nomination form to barry@deafdigest.com

Thank you for your attention to this deadline!

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Indiana football

facebook posting

Joel Dramin‏

Sept 29, 2017… Unforgettable night for the ISD football team including
myself. I tied the school record for most passing TDs in a game with 5
passing TDs. This wouldn’t have happened if not for my fantastic team.

https://twitter.com/search?f=tweets&q=deaf%2C%20football&src=typd&lang=en

(ISD is Indiana School for the Deaf)

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college deaf soccer player

Danny Davis

senior

Davidson College (North Carolina)

in his final season of play he only played 8 of his team’s
17 games, just starting once

logged 144 minutes of playing time

attempted 4 shots

assisted on one goal

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deaf player in minor league baseball

Kevin Grendell

Los Angeles Angels farm system

has been pitching in the minors since 2012

2017 was not a good season for him

was placed on injury list twice during the season

and few weeks ago, he elected to be free agent,
no longer part of the Los Angeles Angels farm system

as a reliever, pitching for two teams, his
ERA was not great – 5.63 for one team in a
rehab assignment and 10.93 for the Mobile
(Alabama) team while totalling 22 innings
altogether

DeafDigest Sports will be surprised if another
team picks him up, unless he goes indepedent
ball
 

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DeafDigest Sports – November 24, 2017

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

— Deaf All American nominations deadline

— a late bloomer linebacker in junior college football

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Deaf Schools won-lost records

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

(11/19/17 updates)

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— #1 deaf schools sports fan
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/late-bloomer-linebacker/

………………………………………………….

— Deaf All American nominations deadline

The deadline for the invited schools to turn in their
nominations is:

November 30, 2017

please email your nomination form to barry@deafdigest.com

Thank you for your attention to this deadline!

…………………………………………………….

junior college football in playoffs

full newspaper story

Hearing issues don’t deter RCC’s Jash Allen

RIVERSIDE — When Riverside City College faces Fullerton Saturday at
Whittier College, for the Southern California regional title and a berth
in the state community college championship game, No. 20 in white will
likely be running around making tackles and causing havoc.

It is impressive enough that Jash Allen, the aforementioned No. 20, is an
impact player at linebacker for RCC after spending the first part of the
season as a freshman running back who seldom saw the field.

It is even more impressive once you understand he’s playing, and
succeeding, with a hearing impediment.

Allen, a 6-foot-2, 220-pounder from Tigard, Ore, a suburb of Portland,
calls his hearing loss “mild to moderate” in both ears. It was
diagnosed when he was in fourth grade, but he approaches it as not that
big a thing.

He says he can read lips “pretty well,” which can be an asset in the
cacophony of a football game. But he can easily conduct a conversation
verbally, too, though he cautioned that it helps to speak to him loudly,
clearly and distinctly.

“Honestly, I’ve been going my whole life being deaf, so it just felt
normal,” he said. “At first I didn’t believe it, but as I started
processing it through my head, it was true. So I adjusted to it, and I do
whatever I can to make it not an issue.”

He participated in football growing up, and dabbled in track in high
school but said football was his primary focus. To hear him tell it, his
hearing issues were neither here nor there.

“It was something I always wanted to do, so I just did it,” he said.
“If you really want to do something, you’ll work around whatever
problem you have. So that’s exactly what I did.”

The mechanics of playing inside linebacker in RCC’s 3-4 defense have
necessitated some adjustments. Linebackers coach Mike Richey said the
Tigers’ other inside backer, Hunter Hoohuli, will get the call from the
sideline and relay it to Allen.

“For me, it was a challenge in the beginning because I had to find a way
that I could reach him so he could understand things,” said Richey, who
is in his 14th season as RCC’s linebackers coach. “When I talk to him
I always make sure he’s facing me or he’s in close proximity to me.
And in our film (sessions), because he sits behind me, I put notations on
the film so he can see it.

“It’s very rewarding, because this is a new challenge. I’ve never
had to coach someone with a hearing impediment, so it requires a lot of
patience on my part to make sure he’s understanding what I’m saying
… It makes me a much better coach, and I appreciate him for that.”

Allen’s concept of working around problems? That was also the impetus
for the position change.

He played both linebacker and running back at Tigard High School. He had
originally committed to Division II Western Oregon, but eligibility issues
put that on hold.

Defensive coordinator James Kuk, who is also the Tigers’ recruiting
coordinator, had recruited Allen for RCC, but before making up his mind
the player consulted with a couple of the school’s linebacking alumni
with Oregon roots, A.J. Hotchkins and Nick Underwood.

“They told me that it’s a great program, they give you a chance, and
if you’re hard-working you’ll be seen,” Allen said. “I consider
myself a hard worker, and I came out here to do my thing.”

But through five games he had carried the ball 11 times, caught up in a
numbers game at running back and wondering how he could get on the field.
Kuk suggested he try linebacker, where the Tigers were a little short
because of injury.

Allen made his defensive debut with a tackle toward the end of RCC’s
sixth game, against Chaffey, and that unleashed a monster. In six games as
a defensive player he has 41 tackles (28 solo), fourth on the unit among
guys who have played all season on defense, and he shares the lead in
sacks (5.5), leads in tackles for loss (11.5) and has scored one
touchdown, on a 49-yard interception return against Long Beach when he
stiff-armed a would-be tackler just like the running back he used to be.

He has done this while still getting used to the lateral movement of a
linebacker, as opposed to the straight ahead footwork of a running back.

Yet sometimes the instincts of a running back can be helpful.

“Usually middle linebackers are picking up those running back routes,”
Allen said. “So when I’m playing man on a running back I can kind of
see what they’re doing by just comparing my moves to theirs. That helps
a lot, honestly.”

The entire package should have Allen fielding offers from significant
Division I programs toward the end of next season, assuming he completes
his A.A. degree requirements and his progress at linebacker continues to
zoom upward.

A big game Saturday against Fullerton, which blocked RCC’s path to the
state championship game in 2013 and again last year, certainly won’t
hurt.

 

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