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17

2019/01/17

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DeafDigest Sports – January 17, 2019

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– a dedication

– Top 3 Willigan wrestling teams

– Gallaudet basketball

– Clerc boys and girls pairings

– basketball scores

– random deafsports thoughts

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 1/17/19)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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a dedication

DeafDigest Sports dedicates this edition to John Bird Perry
that departed us.

A Deaf Basketball Lifer would perfectly describe him.

He was a high school basketball star in Northern Virginia
but was not recruited by any of these 4-year colleges;
a few 2-year colleges recruited him, but he decided to
enroll at Gallaudet despite not knowing sign language.

He knew Cued Speech, though. He has become quite fluent
with ASL.

He fell in love with Gallaudet and played four seasons
of basketball as a valued 6th man, first player coming
off the bench. His trademark is to look first for the open
man to pass the ball to. A ball hog, he wasn’t!

Over the years he continued his involvement with basketball
as a long time assistant Gallaudet basketball coach and with
deaf adult club teams in the Washington. DC area.

When not busy with basketball, he was a full time contractor
with the Department of State, working on the agency computers.

We will miss you, John!

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Top 3 Willigan wrestling teams

from Washington Post

Model Secondary School for the Deaf placed third in the 14th annual
Willigan Wrestling Tournament, hosted by Maryland School for the Deaf this
weekend in Frederick, Md. The Eagles had a cumulative team score of 100
points, falling short of Indiana School for the Deaf (162) and Texas
School for the Deaf (145).

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Clerc pairings at Riverside

boys:
Maryland vs Marie Philip
Fremont vs Model
Texas vs New Mexico
Indiana vs Riverside

girls:
Texas vs Arizona
Fremont vs Model
Indiana vs Kansas
Maryland vs Riverside

note:
in the boys’ division, Marie Philip and
New Mexico are invited teams

in the girls’ division, Arizona and
Kansas are invited teams

permanent members are Fremont, Indiana, Maryland, Model,
Riverside and Texas.

of interest:
New Mexico has a 6’9 player

Texas girls are unbeaten

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Inspired Bison play hard against Penn St.-Abington

WASHINGTON – An inspired and emotional Gallaudet University men’s
basketball team took to Padden Court here Wednesday night in the Field
House. The Bison faught hard but fell short to Penn St.-Abington, 79-75,
in a North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) contest.

Gallaudet (2-13, 2-5 NEAC) led for half of the game that saw nine lead
changes and 12 ties. The Bison took a 35-33 lead into halftime and held
their largest lead (eight points) five minutes into the second half.

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

Neild records 1,000th career point at Gallaudet in win over Penn
St.-Abington

WASHINGTON – Early in the second quarter, here Wednesday night, Gallaudet
University women’s basketball welcomed its newest member of the
1,000-point club as senior guard/forward Hannah Neild (Litchfield, N.H.)
hit a jumper in the lane. That was Neild’s ninth point of the game as she
went on to score a team-high 27 in an 95-82 North Eastern Athletic
Conference (NEAC) victory over Penn St.-Abington in the Field House

note:
Neilld actually has scored more than 1,000 career points in college
basketball. She played two seasons with Merrimack College (NCAA-II) before
transferring to Gallaudet. As a freshman she averaged 6 points a game and
as a sophomore 8 points per game.

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Lexington School for the Deaf boys’ basketball

Jan 15th,

Lexington School for the Deaf 43
Opportunity Charter School 28

Record: 10-2

Jan 16th

Lexington School for the Deaf 58
Lowell 23

Record: 11-2

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North Carolina girls’ basketball

NCSD girls beat Virginia School for the Deaf/Blind last night 24-23

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Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

Yesterday, 1/16,  Delaware came and playing against us at our home. With
our strong defense, we won with score of 46 – 15.

Kevin Nguyen scored 12 points and 7 steals. Peter Dammer scored 9 points.
William Sepilveda had 7 steals with huge help from our young players,
Jibreal Id-deen and Alex Rivera.

Final score:46-15

Record: 7-7

Our next game is at our home against Crefeld on 1/22/19 at 4:00 PM

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Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

On 1/16 the Lady Panthers played Delaware School for the Deaf at our home.
The girls started out the game little sloppy but were able to clean up in
the second half and bring home a win! In the win, there were two high
scorers! Gia had a double double with 13 points and 13 steals and Trinity
also had a double double with 10 points and 12 rebounds !! The Lady
Panthers won 13-35.

Final score: 13-35

Record: 10-3

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Phoenix basketball

Boys:
San Pasqual 66, PDSD 63 (2 OT)
Rec: 2-13

Girls:
Hayden 47, PDSD 22
Rec: 5-13

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Rhode Island basketball

RISD Girls Basketball

Our Girls’ Rooster Basketball team traveled to Moses Brown School to play
our first game of the 2019 year – this was the first matchup between the
two schools for a long time. Both teams had their defensive games on
lockdown through most of the first half. Our girls’ had a number of
opportunities to convert points, but the ball just couldn’t find the
bottom
of the net.

Moses Brown would hold a 6-2 halftime lead — it was in the second half
that we started to score more points and create more looks for ourselves
on
offense. But at the same time, we also committed more turnovers, which
gave
Moses Brown easy fast break points. This was a good learning experience
for
our team’s first game in nearly a month.

RISD – 2   10  – 12
MB -    6   14  – 20

Yasmin S. – 10 Points
Lillian K. – 2 Points, 16 Rebounds

RISD Girls Basketball Record: 4-5
Next Game: Wednesday, January 16 @ NYSD-Fanwood (3:30 P.M.)

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RISD Boys Basketball

Our Boys’ Basketball team traveled to Moses Brown to play on their rubber
home floor – which was a first for some of our students. They were
probably
one of the tallest teams that we’ve faced and our boys struggled to
convert
passes against their quick defensive scheme. But we were able to keep up
with them on the scoreboard as Moses Brown only had a 18-14 halftime lead.

In the second half, Moses Brown was able to convert more of their
defense-created turnovers into fast-break points and built a stronger lead
that we kept carving away at, but was never able to erase the deficit.
Moses Brown ended the game on top, 46-33.

RISD – 14  19  – 33
MBS -  18  28  – 46

Jayden E. – 13 Points
Juan F. – 10 Points
Tim J. – 8 Points

RISD Boys Basketball Record: 4-6
Next Game: Wednesday, January 16 @ NYSD-Fanwood (5:00 P.M.)

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Rochester Girls

The wildcats were back in action on Monday with an away game at St. John
Bosco.  Having come off the two games this weekend we were not sure what
to
expect from the team.  Their gym is rather small and that impacted our
transition game but we found other ways to score.  Our offense ran well
and
the girls played good defense to secure the victory, 46-34.  the team was
led by McKenna Girod with 18 points and Courtney Gentzke  with 13 points
on
the day.  Cori Moquette had a nice game chipping in 10 points.  We are
back
in action tomorrow at 4:30.

Record: 10-2

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South Carolina girls’ basketball

SCSDB 22
McCormick 70

Next game vs Whitmire HS on Jan 22nd

Record 1-10

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St Mary’s boys basketball

The Bisons played their final home game of the season Wednesday against
Park. The team was without Nick Barrus and Adnan Abdi due to injuries.
Park came out to a fast start and the Bisons were unable to make up any
ground the rest of the way. The Bisons hope to use the extended weekend to
rest up and come back healthy and ready to go for the final push towards
the end of the season. Isa Habeeb led the team with 18 points, Michael
Norris had 11 points, Kassim Kassim had 4 points, Ethan Antone and Ryan
Brzezinski each had 2 points for the Bisons. Givon Blackwell provided the
Bisons with hard work on both ends of the court. Michael Norris recorded a
double-double by scoring 11 points and bringing down a solid 16 rebounds
for the team. The teams next game is Thursday, January 31 at Falk at 5:30
pm.

Record 2-10

Game: SMSD vs Park 37:57

The Bisons travelled to Gow Tuesday evening to face the Gow Ravens. The
team struggled to take care of the ball and their shots were not falling
for them. They ended up losing to a tough Gow team. Nick Barrus led the
team with 15 points, followed by Isa Habeeb with 7 points, Kassim Kassim
and Ethan Antone had 4 points each, Adnan Abdi and Michael Norris each had
2 points. Michael Norris also recorded 9 rebounds along with 7 blocked
shots. The teams next game is Wednesday, January 15th at home against
Park.

Record 2-9

Game: SMSD vs Gow 34:58

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Wisconsin basketball

WSD girls won at the end of game by 1 point over Eastbrook Academy. Our
7th winning streak!

EB            10  18    =28

WSD   20    9     =29

Record 9-5

Boys lost to Eastbrook Academy 65-28

Record 3-10

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random deafsports thoughts

#1
DeafDigest Sports has dedicated this edition to
John Bird Perry that departed us.

He served as assistant coach with the Gallaudet men’s
basketball team for 15 years, and was looking forward
to this season, which would be his 16th season.

We do not find too many assistant coaches, in all sports,
that would serve for so many years!

#2
John Bird Perry had a secret that not too many people knew about.

His secret – he loved British soccer and would spend his Saturdays
watching the Premier League contests on TV – these famed British teams
such as Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, Arsenal, etc.

When these British teams came to USA to play some pre-season games he
would take his sons with him and drive few hours to watch these
games.

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Jan
11

2019/01/11

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DeafDigest Sports – January 11, 2019

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

– 8-man football team seeks homecoming opponent

– random deafsports thoughts

– a wheelchair basketball player that is deaf

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 1/11/19)

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

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8-man football team seeks homecoming opponent

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

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

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a wheelchair basketball player that is deaf

Hi Barry,

I have something that I thought you might be interested for your Deaf
Digest Sports website.

My son Kerwin Haake is a sophomore at Kentucky School for the Deaf
and plays for the Cincinnati Dragons wheelchair basketball team.
Their team is currently ranked #10 in the nation and is their leading
scorer averaging around 15 points/game.  There are about 10-12
colleges in America that have college wheelchair basketball teams and
Kerwin is hoping to play for one of those colleges when he graduates.

I’m including a link to our team’s Facebook page (Kerwin is the
player wearing jersey #1) that has some pictures/video and another
link showing the national rankings.  If you’re interested and need
more info, please let me know.

Thanks,
Mike Haake

https://www.facebook.com/GCASC/

https://www.nwba.org/news_article/show/978307

www.nwba.org

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Alabama

Talladega County Central 69  Lady Warriors 6
Victory Christian 48  Lady Warriors 47 (OT)

Season record: 4 – 13

Talladega County Central 69  Silent Warriors  38
Silent Warriors 50  Victiory Christian 45

Season record: 11 – 6

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Arizona basketball

Girls 2-11

Lost 13 – 58 against Academy of Tucson

Boys 9-4

Won 64 – 33 against Academy of Tucson

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Eastern North Carolina boys’ basketball

encsd won against NCSD 67-30

6-5 records….

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Fremont girls’ basketball

Tuesday – CSD 57 Fremont Christian 23
Wednesday – CSD 60 Emery 44

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Indiana boys’ basketball

Indiana Deaf 71, Columbus Christian 69

Indiana Deaf;25;15;19;12;—;71

Columbus Christian;9;22;16;2;—;69

Indiana Deaf (3-7): Bippus 2 3-8 7, Gordon 9 0-0 18, Jenkins 2 2-6 7,
Candy 6 0-0 15, Bippus 3 0-1 6, Edwards 3 1-4 7, Santy 5 1-2 11. Totals:
30 7-21 71.

Columbus Christian (8-10): Conner Emily 10 4-8 24, C.J. Reed 8 2-4 22,
Gabe Ridder 1 1-2 3, Josh Jones 5 3-10 13, Gavin Lustig 0 0-0 0, Shelton
Hawkins 1 0-0 2, Nathan Defries 0 0-0 0, Garrett Spurgeon 1 0-0 3, Evan
Graham 0 2-2 2. Totals: 26 12-28 69.

3-point goals: Indiana Deaf 4 (Candy 3, Jenkins); Columbus Christian 5
(Reed 4, Spurgeon).

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Indiana girls’ basketball

defeated Irvington 73-7

12-4 record

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Danville Christian Academy At Kentucky boys

Game Report- January 10th, 2019-Danville Christian Academy At Kentucky
School for the Deaf

DCA 18 10 22 2-52
KSD 4 3 7 9-23

KSD (0-9) Collins 3, Haynes 6, Ward 10, Vickery 4

KSD is still winless for the season. Gerod Haynes hit two three point
field goal for the first time this season. Richard scored 10 points but
shot 4 out of 17 for the game.

Next game- Kentucky Classic. Georgia, Ohio and Wisconsin will come for the
games on the weekend.

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Michigan boys’ basketball

Today, 1/10/19, the boys varsity basketball team took on Madison Academy
again. The result was similar to the first match up.  Madison has a
strong,
fast team. Tartars never gave up! They performed as a team and worked hard
to prove they have a passion for the game. They were down a player the
second half, but still stayed positive. Despite their motivation, MSD lost
11-75. While all athletes have shown immense improvements, freshman Colin
Jones continues to be a top performer on the team. Our next game will be
next Tuesday, 1/15/19, against Faithway Academy. Home game starts at 7pm.
Come show your support!

Record: 0-4

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Michigan girls’ basketball

Today we played against Madison Academy and we lost 14-47. They outscored
us by their speedy fastbreak. Our team lead by freshman, Taylor Stebbins,
with 5 points and other freshman, Salena Kowalczyk, with 4 points. Other
scores on our team were Chloe Woggerman with 3 points and Addison Blair
with 2 points which they are our Senior players. The opponent player lead
with 19 points. Our next game will be on January 16 against Bentley on our
home court. Our current records are 0-2.

1Q.        2Q.        3Q.       4Q.        Final
MSD.            0.          5.           5.          4.            14

Madison.     6.          13.         10.       18.          47

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Minnesota basketball

paywall has blocked access to a full story

partial story is this:
MSAD splits doubleheader with Hmong Academy
While the Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf boys basketball team will
look to improve from the free throw line, the Trojan

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Mississippi School for the Deaf

Varsity Girls Basketball

MSD 67

Salem 38

Alexis Roberts 18 points 6 Def Reb. 5 Off Reb.  2 Blk  7 Stl 3 Assist

Raegan Hendrix 22 points 9 Off. Reb 6 Def. Reb 1 assist 2 Stl 2 Blk

Nilah O’rey 13 points 1 Off Reb 2 Def Reb 6 Assist 2 Stl

Koreiona Guy 10 points 2 Off Reb  1 Assist 5 Stl

Record 9-6

Next Game 1/11 & 12 @ ArkansasSD

Mississippi
MSD Boys 65
Salem 62

Record 6-9

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Missouri School for the Deaf Host North Callaway JV

January 10, 2019

HS boys

North Callaway JV                        4      7     7    14  = 32
Missouri School for the Deaf   12   10    12     4 =   38

MSD boys
Mikal Meriwether  18 points and 11 rebounds
Jayden Riordan         9 points,  7 rebounds and 3 assists
Damar Washington   6 points and 4 rebounds

Record  3 – 1

North Callaway JV
Brandan Hill 13 points
Manny Moreno 10 points

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Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Thursday, January 10, 2019 at 6:30 PM

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 43

Berman Hebrew Academy: 69

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Thursday, January 10, 2019 at 6:00 PM

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 41

Berman Hebrew Academy: 44

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North Carolina boys’ basketball

At Wilson

NCSD                     9    8   8   8-30
ENCSD                  23 12 13 19-67

Team record 2-5

Next game is at Haywood on 15th.

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Oklahoma girls’ basketball

Osd girls record

2 wins – 9 loss

Moving to consolation bracket on the State local conference HS tournament
(South Central Conference)

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Riverside Boys BB

Lost to United Christian Academy, 48-18.  Record: 1-10 (0-4).

Next up: @ California Lutheran, Tuesday the 15th.

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Rochester girls’ basketball

The wildcats took the court on Wednesday against a highly skilled Rapids
team.  We knew we were in for a tough game right from the start.  Sure
enough the Rapids came out in their traditional woman to woman defense and
took a commanding 1st quarter lead 15-6.  We viewed this game as a great
opportunity to learn and improve our game.  As the game wore on the
Wildcats continued to put forth good effort against the skilled Rapids.
Courtney Gentzke and Mariana Menzynski each scored 7 points in the loss
and
McKenna Girod chipped in 6 points. Final score was 47-22
We are now 7-2 on the season and match up tonight against Pennsylvania
School for the Deaf.

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Rochester boys’ basketball

Score: 62-57 won

Led by Bode with 24 points and 7 steals/rebounds and 5 blocks, followed by
Thomas 12 points and 8 steals and 7 rebounds and Clarence 11 points and 9
rebounds and Ben 9 points and 5 rebounds.

Player of the game goes to Ben

Record: 5-5

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South Carolina boys’ basketball

we lost to Dixie 84-30.

I’m proud of my boys by playing hard with improvement
each game this week with the new coaching staff.

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South Carolina girls’ basketball

SCSDB 12
McCormick 52

Todayяяs tonight
SCSDB 17
Dixie 59

Next home game vs High Point Academy on January 14th

Record 1-8

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St Mary’s boys basketball

The Bisons faced a tough New Life Christian team Thursday. The Bisons came
out to a slow start and tried to battle their way back into the game. They
came within striking distance but were unable to keep momentum after the
second half. Nick Barrus led the Bisons with 14 points, Isa Habeeb had 8
points, Michael Norris had 6 points, Adnan Abdi had 4 points, Ethan Antone
had 2 points and Givon Blackwell had 1 point along with some great hustle
and assists. Michael Norris and Isa Habeeb each brought down 9 rebounds
for the Bisons. That is the first of 3 games for the Bisons in the
upcoming days. The team plays NYSD Friday at 6 and PSD Saturday at 11:30
both games are at home.

Record 1-7

Game: SMSD vs New Life Christian 35:53

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St Mary’s girls basketball

The Lady Bisons hosted New Life Christian this afternoon.  Once again the
Lady Bisons were outmatched in numbers and size.  The Lady Bisons worked
hard but were not able to find the net on offense.  Camron Cole had 7
points and Elise Watson and Julia Bronneberg each had 2 points.

Our record is 1 win and 6 losses.  Our next game is against Fanwood at
4:30pm tomorrow

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Giddings at Texas School for the Deaf boys

1    2    3    4    Total
*Giddings*     9    7   5   11 =   32
*TSD*           14  15  14  12 =   55

*Giddings*
Deondre – 15 points
Deontan– 4 points
Dontaveyon – 6 points
Quantusay – 7 points

*TSD*
J. Hazelett – 17 points
J. Johnson –  9 points
C. Sexton-Ruiz – 15 points
R. Rohde – 2 points
K. Lee – 6 points
J. Leeper – 4 points
L. Rosko – 2 points

Record: 9-6

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Washington basketball

WSD Girls and Boys Basketball Scores: 1/10/19

Lady Terriers 24 @ Columbia Adventist 58
WSD – 9-5-2-8
Record 4-5 (League 0-3)
Ashantay Truong – 8pts
Tessa Williams – 4pts
Jennifer Tudor
Saray Fortunato
Emma McKinney – 8pts
LeAnna Clearbrook
Alondra Lopez-Alcaraz
Maya Schaut – 4pts
Juliana Sanchez
Lora Torres
CAA – 11-19-11-17

Terriers 25 @ Columbia Adventist 53
WSD – 6-4-9-6
Record 0-7 (League 0-4)
Ramon Varaja – 2pts
Raymond Singkeo – 1pt
Osvaldo Cruz
Jose Ramirez – 11pts
Jayson Cabaniza
Juan Ramirez – 11pts
Kevin Diaz
Alexz Schaut
Abraham Castro-Reyes
CAA – 7-19-15-12

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Western Pennsylvania basketball

YESTERDAY’S RESULTS -

MIDDLE SCHOOL BOYS – lost to The Neighborhood Academy, 20-27

LEAGUE RECORD 1-6

OVERALL RECORD 1-9

MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS – did not play

LEAGUE RECORD 0-6

OVERALL RECORD 0-8

JV BOYS – did not play

OVERALL RECORD 2-1

BOYS – lost to The Neighborhood Academy, 30-42

LEAGUE RECORD: 1-2

OVERALL RECORD: 5-6

The Neighborhood Academy

TNA 42 – WPSD 30

DяяAmore – 10 points

Record 5 – 6

GIRLS – lost to The Neighborhood Academy, 19-29

LEAGUE RECORD: 0-2

OVERALL RECORD: 4-6

WPSD 19 – Neighborhood Academy 29

Record
4 won 6 lost

Points
Danielle Fisher – 7
Ryane Smalley – 6
Cheyenne Sloan – 4

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random deafsports talk

we have a wheelchair basketball player that is deaf. He is hoping
some day to play for one of these collegiate wheelchair basketball
teams when he graduates from Kentucky School for the Deaf. Do
read the story posted on the top of this edition.

We have quite a few athletes that are deaf and disabled.

A one armed basketball player hit on a long range shot to win
the ESDAA basketball tournament championship for his
New Jersey School for the Deaf team. He did not play at
all throughout the tournament but the coach put him into the
game with few seconds remaining because there were no players left
on the bench due to foul outs.

A one armed Russian woman high jumper competed in the
1993 Deaflympics in Sofia, Bulgaria

A deaf school volleyball team had their season saved by a
player with Cerebral Palsy. The school only had 5 players
and would normally cancel the season – until the 6th girl came out
for the team.

Gallaudet has had a number of Usher sydrome athletes that played
football and were on the swimming team, and possibly other sports.

The list can go on and on.

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Gallaudet Athletics online store

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Jan
10

2019/01/10

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DeafDigest Sports – January 10, 2019

barry@deafdigest.com
for options, click on the above deafnews tab

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

– basketball scores

– 8-man football team seeks homecoming opponent

– random deafsports thoughts

– national deaf wrestling tournament

– Gallaudet basketball updates

– wrestling update

– a dedication

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 1/10/19)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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A dedication

DeafDigest Sports dedicates this edition to John Alexander Cabbage
that departed us.

He loved sports with a passion and in fact, played basketball
and softball for over 30 years, even playing against men half
of his age.

Part of the obit said:
He was involved in the Idaho Athletic Club of the Deaf (IACD) as a leader
and athlete for most of his life. He played on teams representing Idaho in
deaf basketball and softball tournaments all over the Pacific Northwest
for 30 plus years.

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8-man football team seeks homecoming opponent

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

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

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2019 Willigan Wrestling Tournament

Maryland School for the Deaf is excited to host six schools for the 14th
Annual Willigan Wrestling Tournament on January 11 & 12, 2019. For more
information, visit www.msdathletics.com/willigan2019/ or follow MSD
Athletics on Twitter at @MSDeafAthletics.

*Participating Schools*
California School for the Deaf, Fremont
California School for the Deaf, Riverside
Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind *(Individuals only)*
Indiana School for the Deaf
Maryland School for the Deaf
Model Secondary School for the Deaf
Texas School for the Deaf

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Gallaudet basketball

men’s:
Game slips away from Gallaudet in waning minutes

MORRISTOWN, N.J. – In a back-and-forth North Eastern Athletic Conference
men’s basketball tilt, here Wednesday night, Gallaudet University found
itself only three points away from tying College of Saint Elizabeth in the
closing minutes. The host Eagles used a 12-0 run, in a span of one minute
and 30 seconds, as the Bison missed three 3-point shots and turned the
ball over twice. The game drifted out of sight as St. Elizabeth won 96-83.

women’s:
Bison women’s basketball rebounds with road NEAC win over St. Elizabeth

MORRISTOWN, N.J. – The Gallaudet University women’s basketball team jumped
back into North Eastern Athletic Conference action on the road Wednesday
evening and defeated College of Saint Elizabeth by six points, 102-96.

Three different Bison scored 23 or more points as Gallaudet (6-7, 3-1
NEAC) outscored the Eagles in the first three quarters and held a 50-41
advantage at halftime and took a 78-68 lead into the fourth quarter

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Arizona basketball

Girls 2 – 10

Lost to Bowie High School last night 16 to 33

Boys 8-4

Won against Bowie High School last night 66 to 60

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Fremont boys’ basketball

Jan 8
Bay Counties League Matchup
Fremont Christian 45
CSD 51

This win puts us at 3-1 BCL, 5-7 overall.

Jan 9

Emery 46
CSD 44

CSD is now 5-8, 3-1 BCL with league opponent California Crosspoint up next
on Jan 15.

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Lexington Girls Basketball

January 9, 2019
Game #9

Lexington at NYSD ( Fanwood)

LEX  – 8 – 14 – 12 – 8 = 42
NYSD-0 -   7 -   3 – 7 = 17

LEX led at Halftime: 22 – 8

Dorgianny Flores : 14 pts, 6 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 block, 3 steals
Gigi Zheng : 6 pts, 5 rebounds, 1 assist, 5 steals
Heidy De La Rosa : 4 pts, 5 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 steal
May Tun : 2 pts, 8 rebounds, 3 assists, 3 steals
Ava Vitucci : 5 pts, 2 rebounds, 2 assists, 5 steals
Julianna Vitucci : 5 pts, 4 rebounds, 2 blocks, 1 steal,
Brianna Roberts : 2 pts, 8 rebounds,
Alysha Muniz : 4 pts, 3 rebounds, 2 steals

Record: 7-2

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Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Wrestling

Wrestling

Date: Tuesday, January 8, 2019 at 4:30 PM

Result: Tie

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 36

Collegiate School: 36

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Wrestling

Wrestling

Date: Tuesday, January 8, 2019 at 4:30 PM

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the D

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New Jersey Results

January 3rd

Our teams traveled to Delaware to be part of their homecoming celebration.
The evening consisted of the two basketball games, then we enjoyed dinner
and then joined in their some homecoming activities.

Girls

@ DSD 17

NJSD 30

The Lady Colts took a 19-point lead in the first half with their starters
playing a man to man defense. The second half saw all the bench players
get
a chance to play and they fell back into a zone defense. De’Avian Watson
lead all scoring with 17 points, added 7 rebounds, 2 assists, 5 blocks and
6 steals. Kallie Ruggieri, 8th grader, got her first career points, 2.
Alexin Holland lead with 8 rebounds, chipped in 5 points, 2 assists, 2
blocks and 5 steals.

Season record:  4 – 3

Boys

@ DSD. 30

NJSD. 68

The game at Delaware for the Colts saw the return of Halo Warner. He has
been out the entire season with a broken leg. He had 2 points, 6 assists
and 5 steals. Nasir Gurganus lead the team with 24 points, 10 rebounds, 3
assists and 8 steals. Chris Brown and Chris Ayers each added 14 points.

Season record: 2 – 3

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Oklahoma Boys Update

12-17-18
OSD – 36
FOX – 57
Record: 2-6

12-18-18
OSD – 39
Thackerville – 58
Record: 2-7

1-8-19
OSD – 58
Maysville – 67
Record: 2-8

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New Mexico basketball

V Boys
NMSD 74
Pine Hill 43

It is thrilling for me to be back on the court!  Last night, our boys
showed their humility and acceptance on the court.  However our boys need
to work on their defense along with stamina. Junior Luis Villalobos had 25
points, Senior Deven Thompson contributed 24 points and 10 rebounds, and
Freshman Bruce Brewer Jr ended the night with 13 points and 8 assists & 4
steals.

Next game: This coming Thursday, January 10th,  we will play against
Maxwell who is currently ranked 5th in 1A @ NMSD @ 6:30 pm.

Overall record 9-2

girls:

V Girls
NMSD 17
Pine Hill 73

Hello NMSD Community! We had a tough loss to Pine Hill with a final score
of 17-73. We are proud of the players for playing hard until the very end.
Mya Malone made 10 rebounds, 2 steals, and 2 blocks. Martina
Estrada-Rodarte made 4 points and 4 rebounds. Lindsay Hand made 5 points
and 6 rebounds. Victoria Baca made 3 points and 2 steals. We will have
another game this upcoming Thursday. We are looking forward to continue
practicing and improving everyday. Thank you all for your ongoing support!

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Riverside boys’ basketball

Lost to Hamilton, 61-45 in our NEW Gym, The CAVE!  Record: 1-9 (0-3).
Next up: vs. United Christian Academy at home.

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Rochester girls’ basketball

The wildcats kicked off 2019 with a convincing win over Hope Hall
yesterday.  Everyone got plenty of minutes of playing time.  Al of the
wildcats were able to contribute in the scoring column.   Neriyah
McPherson, McKenna Girod and Cori Moquette each scored 8 points in the
victory.  Kudos to Bella Rose that chipped in 6 points in the victory.

52-10

We are 7-1 now

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Rochester boys’ basketball

Game # 9 vs. HSA

Score: 37-48 lost

Led by Bode with 18 points and 8 steals and 5 blocks, followed by Clarence
11 points and 7 rebounds and Thomas 8 points and 10 steals and 9 rebounds
and three blocks

Player of the game goes to Clarence

Record: 4-5

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South Carolina boys’ basketball

lost to McCormick 71-11

3-4 record

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random deafsports talk

John Cabbage (see dedication) has departed us.

DeafDigest Sports editor remembers him playing basketball
in one NWAAD tournament. Because of his age, he was not
able to keep up full speed with much younger players.
Instead his team played slow paced basketball – no fast
breaks – with him dribbling and passing the ball around
and knowing how to save energy.

At that time DeafDigest Sports editor played for the
DCARA club basketball teamn that played in the
tournament in Portland, Oregon.

These good old days under AAAD.

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– basketball scores

– 8-man football team seeks homecoming opponent

– random deafsports thoughts

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 1/05/19)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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8-man football team seeks homecoming opponent

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

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

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Lexington Girls Basketball

January 4, 2019
Game #8

Pennsylvania School for the Deaf at Lexington

PSD – 6 – 2 – 9 – 8 = 25
LEX  – 7-14 -10-12= 43

LEX led at Halftime: 21-8

Dorgianny Flores – 12 pts, 7 rebounds, 3 assists, 8 steals
Heidy De La Rosa – 11 pts, 1 rebound, 1 block, 3 steals
May Tun – 10 pts, 5 rebounds, 1 block, 3 steals
Gigi Zheng – 2 pts, 3 rebounds, 3 assists, 2 steals
Lawryn Hernandez – 2 pts, 5 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 block, 3 steals
Brianna Roberts – 4 rebounds, 2 steals
Julianna Vitucci – 2 pts, 4 rebounds

Record: 6-2

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Maryland girls’ basketball

High School Varsity Girls Basketball
Game #10

Oriole Classic (Opening Round)
Maryland School for the Deaf vs. Loudoun County Patriots

1    2    3    4   =   Total
MSD -  18  25  16  8  =  67
LCP -   10   7    6   6  =  29

MSD

C. Lummer – 1 point, 4 rebounds, 1 steal, 2 assists, 1 block
C. Perry – 27 points, 10 rebounds, 6 steals, 3 assists, 3 blocks
R. Guettler – 14 points, 6 rebounds, 2 steals, 3 assists
E. Kovacs – 13 points, 5 rebounds, 1 block
H. Johnston-Shaw – 2 rebounds, 1 steal, 2 assists
A. Cohen – 1 rebound, 4 assists
C. Salit – 5 points, 4 rebounds, 3 steals, 6 assists
M. Luebehusen – 7 points, 2 rebounds, 1 assist

Team FG: 28
Team 3-FG: 1 (Salit)
Team FT: 8-14

LOUDOUN COUNTY PATRIOTS

R. Phillips – 6 points
E. Kuzma – 6 points
K. Craig – 2 points
A. Thrash – 7 points
L. Rohrer – 8 points

Team FG: 12
Team 3-FG: 1 (Thrash)
Team FT: 2-4

Record: 8-2

MSD will face Heritage Academy in the championship game tomorrow. The game
will be played at 2:30pm in the Benson Gym.

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Maryland SD Boys’ Basketball – Game #10

Game #10

January 4, 2019

14th Annual Oriole Classic
Maryland School for the Deaf – Frederick, MD
(Opening Round)

Maryland School for the Deaf vs. Heritage Academy

1    2     3    4  =  Total
HA    -   5    9     2  16  =  32
MSD -   9    5   16  21  =  51

Halftime -  Tied 14-14

MSD ORIOLES
Eric Long – 2 points, 8 rebounds
Ethan Sheppeck – 2 points
Rory Lewis – 22 points, 6 rebounds, 3 steals
Miguel Pavao – 5 points, 3 rebounds, 1 block
Jaden Joseph – 10 points, 9 assists, 9 steals,
Enow Otto – 2 points, 5 rebounds
Jason Werner – 8 points, 6 rebounds

Team Total FG:  20
Team Total 3FG:  6 (Lewis 6)
Team Total FT:  5-9

HERITAGE EAGLES
Tyler Horst – 8 points
Daniel Hendershot – 8 points
Grant Lescalleet – 4 points
Corbin Denton – 12 points

Team Total FG:  14
Team Total 3FG:  4 (Hendershot 2, Horst 2)
Team Total FT:  0-1

MSD will play against Loudoun County Patriots in the championship game on
Saturday at 1:00pm. The Patriots beat Frederick Force in the other opening
round game, 66-47.

Record: 9-1

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New Mexico boys’ basketball

newspaper story

School for the Deaf advances to the Santa Fe Indian School invite
championship

NMSD advanced to the championship game of Santa Fe Indian School’s
Braves Invitational on Friday after beating the Española Valley junior
varsity, 56-44, in Pueblo Pavilion. The Roadrunners had to rely mainly on
their starting five, because only six players dressed for the game. It
helps to have a 6-foot-10 player few teams can solve in senior Deven
Thompson.

He had 38 points, 13 rebounds and a pair of blocked shots to pace the
School for the Deaf, but he got help from junior wing Luis Villalobos and
his eight points and eight rebounds.

Bruce Brewer Jr., the Roadrunners’ freshman point guard, dished out nine
assists.

“This was a really big win for us,” School for the Deaf assistant
coach Leo Gutierrez said. “We did a great job defending against a quick
team and a strong basketball program. We came in with a good plan.”

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Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

On 1/4, the Lady Panthers traveled to Lexington to play in the first game
of 2019. After two weeks without practice or a game, the girls were out of
sync and made a lot of mistakes. In the 4th quarter, PSD finally woke up
but unfortunately the Lady Panthers lost 25-43In the game, Trinity had 8
points and 6 rebounds and Maysan had 8 points and 5 rebounds.

Final score: 25-43

Record: 6-2

Our next game is away at the City School of Phila on 1/10.

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Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

On 1/4, travelled to Lexington game, it was not our game today, the
offense was out of bond and not able to work as team to beat Lexington, we
lost, 16-43. Jacob cross scored 9 points and 4 rebounds.

Final score: 16-43

Record: 5-5

Next game, away at the City School of Phila on 1/10.

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random deafsports talk

saw this leading news -

Deaf basketball referee suing GHSA for alleged discrimination
wgxa.tv

A deaf basketball referee is suing the Georgia High School Association …
from opportunities and advancements simply because that person is deaf,

when the link was clicked on, it apparently was taken off line?

if this story is true, then DeafDigest Sports editor is not
surprised.

While we do have a few successful deaf referees many others are
face discrimination – no promotional opportunities, kept out of
locker room chatter with other referees, ignoring the deaf referee
during heated discussions with the coaches on the floor, etc.

A long time deaf football referee was limited to back judge
duties – denied promotion to more responsible football
refereeing opportunities (line judge, head referee, etc)

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– Indiana basketball statistical leaders

– gymnastics champion

– Texas basketball

– college lacrosse player

– elite basketball player wins at the buzzer

– 8-man football team seeks homecoming opponent

– random deafsports thoughts

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 1/01/19)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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8-man football team seeks homecoming opponent

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

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

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college lacrosse player

Teanna Sieben

freshman

women’s lacrosse

Lenoir-Rhyne University (North Carolina – NCAA II)

she is a goalie and is from Canada and is deaf

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deaf elite basketball player

part of newspaper story

Skinner beats the clock to give Segamat fourth title

KUALA LUMPUR: Segamat bagged their fourth Malaysian Women’s Basketball
League (MWBL) title but not after a buzzer beater in the final seconds of
the match by Australian import Demi Skinner in a thrilling final.

With the scores tied and with only four seconds remaining on the clock, a
big corner mid-range jump-shot by Skinner gave Segamat a 65-63 victory
over Matrix in the final at the Maba Stadium yesterday.

The Australian was also named the final’s most valuable player as she
ended the match with 22 points and eight rebounds.

note:
newspaper story makes no mention of her deafness

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Year 2018 highlights in Delaware

part of newspaper story

- Delaware School for the Deaf’s Seth Wayland wins regional gymnastics
competition

Gymnastics isn’t an organized high school sport in Delaware, but the first
state has found some success. Middletown’s Morgan Hurd won the 2017 World
Championships and finished 2nd in 2018, while Mount Pleasant/West Chester
U’s Majesta Valentine qualified for the NCAA Tournament, but Wayland is
overcoming a lack of hearing to win a Level 6 regional.

He still has a way to go to reach the elite level of Hurd, he’s made an
impact on his coach Steve Heitz, who is not proficient in American Sign
Language.

“There’s been times when it’s been tough. We’ve always worked through it,
and taking a little more time communicating face-to-face, where maybe I
don’t do that with other athletes.”

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Indiana basketball

girls:
leading scorers in Indianapolis area
7th leading scorer – Hannah Puent, 20.9 points per game

3rd leading rebounder – Hannah Puent, 14.9 rebounds per game
(she played 8 games)

9th leading rebounder – Anya Pothorski, 10.2 rebounds per game
(she played 13 games)

tied for 3rd in assists – Courtney Skjeveland, 5.3 apg

boys:
in the city-wide boys’ statistical categories, none were from
Indiana deaf

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Texas basketball

TSD Boys and Girls basketball teams participated in the New Year Eve
Shootout Tournament last weekend.

TSD Boys Basketball -

TSD lost to Junction 36-39 (OT).
TSD lost to Hyde Park 69-72 (OT).
TSD d. Utopia 66-17.
TSD d. Knippa 61-43

Record: 7-6

TSD Girls Basketball

TSD d. Holy Cross 51-26
TSD d. Utopia 60-19
TSD d. Waldorf 42-12
TSD d. Geneva 31-28 (OT)

TSD Girls won their 4th tournament and their record is 20-0.

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random deafsports talk

The obit in Idaho’s newspaper today said that Gary Mortensen
passed away. He was one of the better deaf skiers in the
nation and participated in two winter Deaflympics.

He attended Gallaudet and went out for the football team
despite having never played this sport in his life.
His school – Idaho School for the Deaf and Blind had no
football team.

Anyway, the head coach put him at running back, and he
was the starter in the first game of season. Who was
the #2 running back behind Gary?

It was all-time great Jim Macfadden who turned down
a scholarship feeler from University of Washington
to enroll at Gallaudet. For some reason the coach did
not name him as a starter. Jim was so angry about it
that on his first collegiate carry, after replacing
Gary, he gained about 10-11 yards, and then became a
permanent starter.

Why did the coach rate Gary above Jim? No one knows,
but the possibility was the coach felt that since Jim
knew no ASL and therefore may possibly be not that good a
football player!  Jim, by the way has been fluent for
years.

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– Gallaudet basketball honor

– basketball updates

– random deafsports thoughts

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

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

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

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

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Alabama Basketball

Alabama

Atlanta Area 38  Lady Warriors 31
Ragland 49  Lady Warriors 19

Season record: 4 – 10

Silent Warriors 55  Atlanta Area 30
Ragland 71  Silent Warriors 51

Season record: 9 – 5

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American basketball

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

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

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Arkansas basketball

Girls

ASD – 29
VCS – 38

Girls 1 – 11

Boys

ASD – 57
VCS – 50

Boys 3 – 9

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

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Delaware basketball

DSD had their first home game tonight.

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

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

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Georgia basketball

GEORGIA VS ATLANTA AREA SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF(AASD)

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

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

NEXT GAME 1/9/19 AT AASD

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Indiana boys’ basketball

Defeated Union (Modoc) 63-42

2-3 record

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

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

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

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

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

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Lexington Girls Basketball

December 18, 2018
Game #6

Lexington at Opportunity Charter

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

At Halftime: LEX led 21-2

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

Record: 5-1

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Minnesota basketball

stories limited to just these headers:

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

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

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Pennsylvania basketball

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

Final 35-14

Record: 7-1

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

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

Final Score 50-16.

Record: 5-3.

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

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

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Phoenix Basketball

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

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

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South Carolina girls’ basketball

SCSDB- 19
Ware Shoals- 42

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

Record 1-5

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St. Mary’s Girls Basketball Results

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

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

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

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Washington basketball

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

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

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

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Western Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

First Baptist

FB 60 – WPSD 72

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

Record 5 – 3, League 1 – 3

YESTERDAY’S RESULTS -

MIDDLE SCHOOL BOYS – did not play

LEAGUE RECORD 1-2

OVERALL RECORD 1-5

MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS – did not play

LEAGUE RECORD 0-3

OVERALL RECORD 0-5

JV BOYS – beat First Baptist Christian, 27-12

OVERALL RECORD 2-1

BOYS – beat First Baptist Christian, 72-60

LEAGUE RECORD: 1-2

OVERALL RECORD: 5-3

GIRLS – did not play

LEAGUE RECORD: 0-2

OVERALL RECORD: 3-4

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random deafsports talk

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

Sorry.

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

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

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– Gallaudet athletics on-line store

– basketball updates

– random deafsports thoughts

– honor at a national championship football game

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Gallaudet Athletics Department launches online store

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

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

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

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

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

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national championship football game

announcement from Fremont:

CSD in College Football National Championship Game!

CSD is in the media once again!

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

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

Congratulations and Go Eagles!

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Alabama Basketball

Alabama

TCC 34  Lady Warriors 27
Lady Warriors 46  Wadley 44

Season record: 4 – 8

TCC 60  Silent Warriors 41
Wadley 56  Silent Warriors 38

Season record: 8 – 4

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Florida girls’ basketball

FSDB Varsity Girls BB at University Christian

December 13 vs University Christian

Score: FSDB 19, UC 68

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

Stats:

Olivia Brown: 3 Points, 2 reb, 2 stl

Lourdine Jordonne: 4 Points, 7 reb, 1 stl

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

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

Ja’Myra Harris: 4 Points

Samantha Suarez: 2 Points

Shylah Thomas: 1 reb, 1 stl

Record 7-2

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Marie Philip boys’ basketball

MPS 65 Chapel Hill Chauncy Hall 64

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

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

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

Max Moulton with 1 steal

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

Slavik Sukhovtsev with 2 points, 3 rebounds, 3 steals

Luke McBrine with 7 points, 6 rebounds, 1 assist

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

Dakota Rochette with 7 points, 10 rebounds, 1 assist

Bradley Johnstad with 3 rebounds

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

Tyler Furzland with 6 points, 4 offense rebounds

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

Record is now 7-1.

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Ninnesota basketball

from newspaper (full story blocked by paywall)

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

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

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

MSD

2

5

10

8

25

St. Joes

12

4

8

4

28

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

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Rhode Island basketball

RISD Boys Basketball

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

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

NP       18  43  – 61
RISD   25  20 – 45

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

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RISD Girls Basketball

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

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

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

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

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Riverside girls’ basketball

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

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Western Pennsylvania basketball

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

LEAGUE RECORD 1-1

OVERALL RECORD 1-5

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

LEAGUE RECORD 0-2

OVERALL RECORD 0-4

JV BOYS – did not play

OVERALL RECORD 1-1

BOYS – lost to Plants and Pillars, 48-54

LEAGUE RECORD: 0-2

OVERALL RECORD: 4-3

GIRLS – lost to Plants and Pillars, 13-28

LEAGUE RECORD: 0-2

OVERALL RECORD: 3-4

WPSD Boys

Plants & Pillars

P&P 54 – WPSD 48

DяяAmore – 24 points, 12 rebounds
Harclerode – 11 points

Record 4-3, League 0-3

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West Virginia boys’ basketball

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

Record is now 0-2

Zack Stump – 2 points

Jacob Hundley – 6 points

Jacob Buchanon – 8 points

Jeffrey Simpson – 7 points

Next game Monday December 17 against Lighthouse Christian Academy.

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Wisconsin girls’ basketball

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

RCCS 22   36  =58
WSD   22   13  =35

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

WSD  35   22 =57
EV      7     4  =11

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random deafsports thoughts

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

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

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

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barry@deafdigest.com
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Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

– basketball updates

– random deafsports thoughts

– wrestling update

– football honor

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 12/14/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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American boys’ basketball

Varsity Boys basketball displayed a dominating defensive effort tonight
against Hebrew High School of New England at ASD winning by a score of
66-16. The Tigers opened the game with stingy defense that covered up a
slow offensive start. About 4 minutes into the first quarter the shots
started falling and the Tigers found themselves in the lead 21-5 after the
first quarter ending the quarter on a 11-0 run. The second quarter was a
back and forth affair that saw the Tigers slowly build their lead to 35-14
at halftime. That was as close as the game would get as the Tigers turned
up the defense again and got assistance from many missed shots from HHNE.
Tigers emptied the bench halfway through the 3rd quarter and played back
ups the remaining 10 plus minutes of the game en route to a 66-16 victory.
Tigers moved to 3-3 on the season. Jey Cruz-Cotto lead all scorers with 22
points and stuck his nose into everyone’s business with 14 steals, Dylan
Mallach scored 11 points and had 5 re
bounds, Dennis Atkinson had 12 points 8 rebounds 5 assists. Tigers face a
tough Central Christian on Monday.

Boys JV squad faced off against Willie Ross School for the Deaf in a back
and forth affair which saw them move to 3-0 on the season, however the JV
team learned some good lessons from the past game in controlling the tempo
of the game. Tigers led 17-12 after the first quarter as Matthew and
Ezequiel scored 6 points each in the first period. Tigers kept up their
scoring through the second period and found themselves in the lead 31-21
at halftime. After a back and forth third period the Tigers sunk their
teeth in the fourth period pulling away to win 55-38. Matthew Beltran had
20 points, Ezequiel added in 16 points, John McCabe chipped in another 10
points.

JV is 3-0 on the season and will face MidState Christian on Friday

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Delaware basketball

Wednesday night Delaware ventured out to play against Fanwood; girls had their first win!

Results:
Boys lost: DSD 25-Fanwood 53
Girls won: DSD 26-Fanwood 23

Record:
Boys: 0-3
Girls: 1-2

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Florida boys’ basketball

On 12/10 we travelled to Jacksonville to take on Duval Charter.  It was a
close game throughout until the 4th quarter when we let the game slip away
from us.  We lost 49-60.  We were able to get good looks at the basket,
and played solid defense against
a team that vastly outsized us.  There were positives to take home with us
from this game, and I’ll take that any day.

We hosted St. Joseph’s Academy on 12/12 and emerged victorious 40-19.  SJA
sent their younger players over to play us and we were also able to play
our younger players decent minutes, too.  It’s always great to win in
front of our home crowd.  Major
kudos to the girls team for winning their district showdown against SJA.

Season record: 3-4

Next games: 12/17 HOME vs RCSA (6:30), 12/18 at SJCDS (7pm), and 12/19 at
Taylor Pierson (7:30).

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Georgia basketball

GSD VS EXCEL CHRISTIAN ACADEMY
GIRLS

GSD – 15, CLAY – 14, SOILBERRY – 1
ECA – 47
RECORD: 0-11-0

NEXT GAME 12/18/18 VS ATLANTA AREA AT GSD

BOYS
GSD – 43, BROWN – 28,GREEN – 7, WILLOUGHBY – 6
ECA – 86
RECORD: 1-8-0

NEXT GAME 12/17/18 VS MORRIS INNOVATIVE AT MI

12/18/18 VS AASD AT GSD

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Illinois girls’ basketball

High School girls basketball home game at Illinois School for the Deaf.

RESULTS: ISD 7 – Calhoun 60.

0-1 record

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Indiana basketball

boys
Indiana Deaf 63, Union (Modoc) 42

girls
University 80, Indiana Deaf 39

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Marie Philip boys’ basketball

Marie Philip School Galloping Ghosts Varsity Basketball game report

On December 12th, 2018

The boys varsity basketball team went to Beverly, Ma to play against
league opponent, Waring School.  We had the control for the whole game.
We played great defense.  All of the boys had equal playing time.  All of
11 players had at least 1 point!  This was my first varsity game to coach
due to John Monahan unable to come with sickness.  We won 58-19

Stats:

Max Moulton- 13 points, 1 rebound, 2 assists, 3 steals

Kyle Florio- 4 points, 11 rebounds, 9 assists, 3 steals

Slavok Sukhovtsev- 8 points, 2 rebounds, 7 steals, 2 blocks

Luke McBrine- 3 points, 7 rebounds, 3 steals

Kacey Monahan-9 points, 6 rebounds, 3 steals, 2 blocks

Dakota Rochette- 4 points, 4 rebounds, 1 block

Bradley Johnstad- 1point, 5 rebounds

Amo Konkel-Harmon- 4 points, 3 rebounds, 1 steal, 1 block

Sean Sandlin- 2 points, 2 rebounds

Tyler Furzland- 4 Points, 9 rebounds, 1 assist

Matthew Bigotta- 6 points, 2 rebounds, 1 steal

Record: 6-1

Next game: December 13th.  Home game vs Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall

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Marie Philip School Lady Ghosts Basketball Game Report – 12/13

The Lady Ghosts Varsity basketball team hosted Winchendon School for
non-league contest. We had been playing against each other since the Girls
Independent League was founded and hope to continue to play against each
other annually since Winchendon had decided to go independent.

In the first half, it was a good battle and Winchendon led by 3 at half
time.  After the 2nd half, Winchendon took control of the game and we had
a hard time stopping one of their players.  Winchendon won the game,
43-25.

Stats:

Zora Elliott-Mendelsohn – 10 points, 4 rebounds, 1 steal

Belinda Toledo – 4 points, 3 rebounds, 1 steal

Carleigh Babbit – 2 points, 3 rebounds, 1 steal

Shayla Rochette – 9 points, 7 rebounds, 3 steals, 6 assists

Samantha Fersebner – 3 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 steal

Amabelys Cordero – 1 rebound

Next Game – Tuesday, December 18 at Rhode Island School for the Deaf

Record: 5 wins 3 losses

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Maryland girls’ basketball

High School Varsity Girls Basketball
Game #7

Maryland School for the Deaf at Mercersburg  Academy

1    2    3    4   = Total
MSD     15  11   15  13 =  54
MA        14  16  12  18  =  60

MSD
C. Lummer – 1 rebound, 1 steal, 1 assist
C. Perry – 28 points, 12 rebounds, 2 steals, 1 assist, 2 blocks
R. Guettler – 5 points, 2 rebounds, 2 steals, 6 assists
E. Kovacs – 4 points, 6 rebounds, 1 steal
C. Salit – 5 points, 4 rebounds, 1 steal, 6 assists
M. Luebehusen – 12 points, 5 rebounds

Team FG: 19
Team 3-FG: 1 (Guettler)
Team FT: 13-21

MERCERSBURG
Z. Gooch – 10 points
M. List – 6 points
C. Vickery – 4 points
A. Hull – 13 points
M. Welmer – 13 points
E. Kendrick – 1 point
T. McGhie – 13 points

Team FG: 14
Team 3-FG: 8 (Gooch 2, Vickery, Hull 3, Welmer 2)
Team FT: 8-15

Record: 5-2

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Michigan boys’ basketball

The tartars played really well.

Our close game against Macomb Christian proves that the
boys achieved the fundamental of basketball. We lost 31 to 38.

One of our player was sick. Ky’ Ren Johnson made 8 points and 6 rebounds
before he was carried off the game at second quarter with a mild sprained
ankle. Colin Jones stepped up and basketed 10 points for the tartars. Jake
Zanavich managed to rebound 9 times.

0-1 record

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Mississippi School for the Deaf

Varsity Girls Basketball

MSD 51

Mt Olive 16

Alexis Roberts 26 points 2 Def Reb. 8 Off Reb.  4 Blk 5 Stl 2 Assist

Raegan Hendrix 7 points 7 Off. Reb 4 Def. Reb 1 Assist 5 Stl

Nilah O’rey 10 points  6 Stl

Koreiona Guy 6 points 3 Stl

Record 7- 4

Next Game 12/15 @ Texas School f/t Deaf

Mississippi
MSD Boys 47
Mt Olive 43

5- 6 Record

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Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Wrestling

Wrestling

Date: Thursday, December 13, 2018 at 4:00 PM

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 24

Covenant Life School: 15

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Ohio basketball

Geona Christian Academy GIrls/Boys at OSD

OSD Deaf Girls vs Geona Christian Academy (L)

OSD Deaf GIrls 0-6-2-0-8

GCA 9-15-19-8-51

Record:  4-3

OSD Deaf Boys vs Geona Christian Academy (L)

OSD Deaf Boys 6-0-6-15-27

GCA 20-19-11-5-55

Record: 6-3

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Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

On 12/13, the Lady Panthers traveled to NYSD Fanwood. The girls were very
sluggish and sleepy in the first two quarters and were down 14-20 at the
half. In the second half the girls came together as a team and won 39-25.
Our defense played excellent in the second half and only let the Lady
Tornadoes score 5 points! The girls showed that team work helps to win
games. In the win, Maysan had 18 points and Gia contributed 14. Natalya
played an outstanding defensive game and had 13 rebounds.

Final Score: 39-25

Record : 6-1

Our next game will be away at Delaware School for the Deaf 12/18.

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Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

Today, 12/13, We were facing Fanwood at their home. It was sluggish start
but in second half, we woke up with energy and won Fanwood 46 to 33. Peter
Dammer lead the team with 19 pts, 4 rebounds, and 5 steals. Jacob Cross
contributed with 16 pts and 16 rebounds. Aquil Roane helped the boys with
10 rebounds.

Final Score: 46-33

Record is 4-3

Our next game will be away at Delaware School for the Deaf, 12/18

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Phoenix Football

For the 2018 varsity football season, an annual sportsmanship award was
presented to Phoenix Day School for the Deaf as the outstanding team who
displayed the best sportsmanship in the Arizona 1A Conference by the
Arizona Football Officials Association.
Congratulations, PDSD Roadrunners!

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South Carolina girls’ basketball

SCSDB- 11
Whitmire- 56

Record: 1-4
Next home game vs Ware Shoals on December 18th

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St. Mary’s Girls Basketball Result

Folks,

The Lady Bisons travelled to Rome/NYSSD this afternoon to face The Lady
Trojans.  This featured a battle between two teams that were young and
short on depth.  The Lady Bisons took off from the tip off and had an 11-3
lead after the first quarter.  The second quarter we made several costly
mistakes and Rome fought their way back into the game.  The second half
both teams traded baskets and the lead changed back and forth between both
teams.  In the final two minutes, The Lady Bison took the lead and held it
until the end…..43-39 in favor of the Lady Bisons.

Cami Cole led the charge on offense with 24 points.  Emma Foster played
tenacious defense( 2 points)and Aleyshka Rivera-Nieves(2 points) came
alive and chipped in with great pressure as well. Julia Bronneberg won the
battle down low and had 12 points and 7 rebounds.  Elise Watson had 3
points including a free throw with 43 seconds to seal the deal.

Our record….1 win and 1 loss.

Our next game is December 18th against Central Baptist.

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Tennessee basketball

Girls

Cosby 57 Tennessee 16

Boys

Cosby 61 Tennessee 32

1 and 7

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Washington basketball

WSD Girls and Boys Basketball Scores: 12/13/18

Lady Terriers 16 vs. Naselle 50
WSD – 2-4-4-6
Record 3-2 (League 0-1)
Ashantay Truong – 14pts
Tessa Williams
Jennifer Tudor
Saray Fortunato
Emma McKinney
LeAnna Clearbrook
Alondra Lopez-Alcaraz
Maya Schaut
Juliana Sanchez
Lora Torres – 2pts
Naselle – 14-16-10-10

Terriers 12 vs. Naselle 74
WSD – 2-2-4-4
Record 0-3 (League 0-1)
Ramon Varaja
Raymond Singkeo
Osvaldo Cruz
Jose Ramirez
Jayson Cabaniza
Juan Ramirez
Kevin Diaz
Alexz Schaut
Abraham Castro-Reyes
Naselle – 30-14-16-14

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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

WPSD 13 – Plants and Pillars 28

Points
Danielle Fisher 7
Cheyenne Sloan – 3

Record
3 Won – 4 Lost

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random deafsports thoughts

Hearing aids and CI’s are not permitted in Deaf World
Championship events in all sports.

Reason is that these devices give deaf athletes an
unfair advantage, by being able to hear voice
commands, whereas other deaf athletes depend on
their eyes.

Anyway, a newspaper story says the reason for
not permitting these devices is that it causes
too much sound and too much noise in their
ears, affecting their play.

This is not correct. Hearing athletes have this
same noise problem.

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

– basketball updates

– random deafsports thoughts

– wrestling updates

– Gallaudet updates

– Gallaudet again at Helmet Bowl

– dedication to an outstanding Gallaudet fifties/sixties athlete

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

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Dedication

DeafDigest Sports dedicates this edition to Jerry Berlowitz,
one of Gallaudet’s finest fifties/sixties athlete that
departed us.

In football, he was a fierce tacklng linebacker that
intercepted an important pass for touchdown to help Gallaudet
defeat Delaware Valley 14-13 in 1957 in probably the biggest
upset in football history. Gallaudet was 0-6 and scoreless
in the previous season, and Delaware Valley, after the
upset was 5-2-1 for the season.

In wrestling he was the Metropolitian area champion in
his weight class.

In club baseball, he was the team’s leading hitter one
season (the club team disbanded after the 1959 season).

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Gallaudet men’s swimming

Sealts earns fourth NEAC Men’s Swimming & Diving Student-Athlete of the
Week honor

GANSEVOORT, N.Y. – The North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) announced
its conference student-athlete of the week awards for the week of Dec. 11
and Gallaudet University sophomore Ben Sealts (Ottawa, Ohio) was selected
as the NEAC Men’s Swimming & Diving Student-Athlete of the Week for the
fourth time this season.

Sealts was selected after he won every event he entered at the Cedar Crest
College Falcon Invitational last weekend as GU came in first place with
642 points. Sealts had a remarkable weekend as he won nine individual
events and was a member of four first-place relay teams during the two-day
invitational. Sealts set four new school records in the 50-yard butterfly,
50-yard breaststroke (twice) and 100-yard breaststroke. He also set a new
personal record with a time of 55.24 in the 100-yard butterfly.

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Gallaudet in Helmet Bowl

Helmet Bowl defending champions reach Sweet 16 round,
vote for Gallaudet and Howard Payne

WASHINGTON – Gallaudet University, the defending Helmet Bowl national
champions, are one of 16 teams left standing in Helmet Bowl II presented
by Helmet Tracker. The Bison are the No. 3 seed in the East Region and are
going up against No. 2 seed Lafayette College in the third round. The
winner will advance to the quarterfinal round of the national tournament
to find the best football helmet in the country.

People can vote by logging onto www.helmetbowl.com or via this direct
link: https://helmettracker.com/national-championship-helmet-bowl-ii/.

Fans are encouraged to use all of their devices and browsers to vote, no
need to login, until the polls close on Monday, Dec. 17, at 4 p.m. (EST)

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

Neild earns a second NEAC Women’s Basketball Student-Athlete of the Week
honor this season

GANSEVOORT, N.Y. – The North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) announced
its conference student-athlete of the week awards for the week of Dec. 10
and Gallaudet University senior Hannah Neild (Litchfield, N.H.) was
selected as the NEAC Women’s Basketball Student-Athlete of the Week.

Neild tallied 87 points, 28 rebounds, 14 steals, 12 assists and four
blocks in three games last week. The Bison senior guard/forward averaged
29 points per game in a week that included 27 points in a conference win
at Lancaster Bible College and a season-high 35 points in a loss at St.
Mary’s College of Maryland. During Gallaudet’s 2-1 week, Neild notched two
double-doubles, averaged 9.3 rebounds per game, recorded a 58.5 field-goal
percentage, shot 56.3 percent from beyond the arc and went 16-for-17 from
the free throw line.

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2018 Leopard Classic results

hosted by Arkansas SD

Game #1

Girls
ASD     4
TSD      55

Game #2

Boys
ASD 18
TSD 67

Game #3

Girls
LSD  23
OSD 35

Game #4

Boys
LSD 47
OSD 55

Game #5

Girls
OSD 42
ASD 11

Game #6

Boys
OSD 53
ASD 40

Game #7

Girls
TSD 56
LSD 6

Game #8

Boys
TSD 51
LSD 24

Game #9

Girls
OSD 15
TSD 57

Game #10

Boys
OSD  48
TSD  82

Game #11

Girls
LSD 30
ASD 11

Game #12

Boys
LSD 61
ASD 48

Boys Champ Texas School for the Deaf
Boys Runner-up Oklahoma School for the Deaf

Girls Champ Texas School for the Deaf
Girls Runner-up Oklahoma School for the Deaf

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American basketball
Big East Summaries

Big East 3rd Place Games Sunday:

ASD Boys Varsity Basketball secured their second win of the season
defeating NYSD by a score of 64-43 on Sunday morning. Senior Dylan Mallach
dominated the paint to lead the team with 16 points and 4 rebounds, Omar
Sharif (7 rebounds) and Andrew Parent (overcame early foul trouble) added
11 points each for the Tigers. Nearly every player on the roster scored as
the Tigers emptied their bench at the end of the third quarter. The game
featured the team’s best offensive surge of the season when they outscored
NYSD 26-7 in the second period. Boys are now 2-3 on the season.

ASD Girls Varsity Basketball dominated the fourth quarter against NYSD to
pull away winning 30-22. Jatara Page scored 17 points, secured 9 rebounds,
and 10 steals while hitting a momentum shifting 3 pointer at the halftime
buzzer. Senior Emily Pagan added 9 points, 8 rebounds, and 3 assists. Kara
Lee Lyle added 2 points and 11 rebounds. Tigers outscored NYSD 16-4 in the
final period. Girls improve to 3-2 on the season.

Big East Opening Round Games Saturday:

ASD Girls Varsity Basketball fell in the opening game against Lexington
School for the Deaf by a score of 46-22. The Tigers were unable to match
up with Lexington’s early energy as the Blue Jays took advantage of the
Tigers not getting back on defense fast enough. Jatara Page led the Tigers
with 12 points, 7 steals, 4 rebounds, Senior Emily Pagan chopped in 6
points, 5 rebounds. Tigers fall to 2-2 on the season and will play NYSD at
8 am on Sunday.

ASD Boys Varsity Basketball was unable to execute in the second half of an
aggressive game against Lexington, falling by a score of 55-36. Tigers
were down by just four points at halftime but Lexington adjusted
defensively and locked down the tigers in the second half. Jey Cruz Cotto
scored 13 points, 5 rebounds, 4 steals, Dylan Mallach had 8 points and 8
rebounds, Dennis Atkinson and Andrew Parent had 4 points each. Tigers will
face NYSD at 9:30 am on Sunday.

Game Results (Friday):

Lexington Girls defeated ASD Girls: 46-22

Marie Philip Boys defeated NYSD Boys: 57-37

Marie Philip Girls defeated NYSD Girls: 28-14

Lexington Boys defeated ASD Boys: 55-36

Game Results (Saturday):

ASD Girls defeated NYSD Girls: 30-22

ASD Boys defeated NYSD Boys: 64-43

Lexington Girls defeated Marie Philip Girls: 22-17

Marie Philip Boys defeated Lexington Boys: 52-47

Big East Overall Results

Girls:

1st – Lexington

2nd – Marie Philip

3rd – ASD

4th – NYSD

Boys:

1st – Marie Philip

2nd – Lexington

3rd – ASD

4th – NYSD

All-Stars:

Girls:

NYSD – Silmara Campos

ASD – Jatara Page

MPS – Belinda Toledo

Lexington: May Tun

MVP – Lexington: Dorgianny Flores

Boys:

NYSD – Christian Gonzalez

ASD – Jey Cruz-Cotto

Lexington – Jayden Orlang

MPS – Kyle Florio

MVP – MPS: Kacey Monahon

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Arizona basketball

ASDB Girls Basketball team lost to St. David, 22 to 42

ASDB Boys Basketball team lost to St. David, 50 to 63

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Arkansas basketball

Faulkner Falcon Homeschool @ ASD

Girls

FFHS  39
ASD 6

ASD record 1 – 10

Boys

FFHS 50
ASD  55

Boys record 2 – 9

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Delaware basketball

Just this past weekend we went to NJSD for the Tip Off.

On Friday, both teams played against NJSD the first round. The girls had a
good start but NJSD started to pressure us and we were not prepared. Our
poor MS girls against the HS girls. OY! The boys did really well for their
first game but NJSD was more experienced.
Final scores:
Girls: DSD 12- NJSD 31
Boys: DSD 27- NJSD 64

On Saturday, both teams played against RISD. The girls had a heartbreaking
loss by 1 point-great game and popcorn was provided (haha). The boys team
struggled but put up a good fight against RISD.
Final Scores:
Girls: DSD 14- RISD 15
Boys: DSD 21- RISD 38

A special shout out to both teams for winning the Sportsmanship Trophy-
check it out in the front office! ANDDD to our two All Stars:
Sheimyllian Morales Sanchez
Dante Dill Smith

Our next game is on Wednesday against Fanwood- we ALL will be leaving at
12:00pm.

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Fremont girls’ basketball

Wins over Oakland Military Institute 70-28

5-2 record

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Georgia basketball

GSD VS VALLEY HEAD HIGH SCHOOL

GIRLS:
GSD – 8, CASH – 4, WILLIAMS – 3, CLAY – 1
VHHS – 78

RECORD: 0-10-0

BOYS:
GSD – 39, BROWN – 25, JOHNSON – 9, GREEN – 3, WILLOUGHBY – 2
VHHS – 77

RECORD: 1-7-0

NEXT GAME VS EXCEL CHRISTIAN AT EXCEL CHRISTIAN ON 12/13/18

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Illinois boys’ basketball

ISD 0-3

Nov. 30  ISD 32 at Triopia 67
Dec. 7    West Central 69 at ISD 19
Dec. 11  Brown County 64 at ISD 27

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Marie Philip boys’ basketball

As of now, we are 5-1 record, League under MBIL Div two : 1 – 0

Last weekend we spent our basketball games at American School for the
Deaf. For the first time ASD hosted their Big East Classic tournament.
Four teams (Girls and Boys), Lexington, Fanwood, American and Marie Philip
participated this tourney.

Our first game with Fanwood last Saturday (Dec 8th).

Result: MPS 57 Fanwood 37.

We got off with slow and cold shooting. We were ahead of them by 12 points
up then Fanwood came back to behind 6 points before the halftime. After
halftime, we finally found good defense and able to contain two good
players. Senior, Kacey Monahan scored 27 points, 18 rebounds and 4 blocks
while Sophomore Luke McBrine shined his best performance of night with 11
points, 4 rebounds and 3 assists.

Second game last Sunday (Dec 9th).

Result: MPS 52 Lexington 47

This game were ended up with 4 tied, 9 changed lead. Lexington pulled up
with lead in first quarter with 8-7. Then second quarter Lexington were
able to hold their lead in halftime with 20-19.  Onto the second half, MPS
got off with good start in our offense and then one big mistake we made.
That one put Lexington back into the game with lead by one. We came back,
rallied with 14-0 run and took the lead with 13 points up. About 4 minutes
left, Lexington showed their hearts to come back within 5 points behind.
Kacey were able to keep his free throw perfectly with 7 for 7 to maintain
our lead till the buzzer. Freshman, Kyle Florio found his shooting form
and able to put some good treys with 4 out of 7 shots. He ended up with 14
points, mastered his best rebounds with 7 rebounds and 8 assists. Kacey
also put his another nice performance with 26 points, 11 rebounds and 3
assists. Freshman, Amogne Konkel-Harmon finally found his confidence with
4 points, 7 rebounds and 3 assists.
There were other players on our team did contributed well in this game.

All- star goes to Kyle Florio and MVP to Kacey Monahan

Next games this week: MPS at Waring on Wed, Dec 12 at 4pm and CHCH at MPS
on Thur, Dec 13 at 6pm.

Hats off to ASD for their hosted this tournament.

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Maryland wrestling

Maryland School for the Deaf v.s. St. Anselm’s Abbey School 12/11/18

Maryland School for the Deaf  30.0
St. Anselm`s Abbey School 24.0

113: Peter Thang (MSD) Pin Isaac Smoker (SAAS)
120: Daniel Sipes (SAAS) Forfeit
138: Michael Williams (MSD) Forfeit
145: Funa Okoye (SAAS) Forfeit
152: Hollis Howe (SAAS) Forfeit
170: Calvin Johnson (MSD) Forfeit
182: Tylique Gross (MSD) Forfeit
195: David Terry (SAAS) Forfeit
220: Bryan Pineda (MSD) Pin JP Libanati (SAAS)

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Maryland girls’ basketball

High School Varsity Girls Basketball
Game #6

Maryland School for the Deaf at Mount Airy Christian Academy

1    2    3    4   = Total
MSD     20  16  22   2  =  60
MACA   13   9   4   17  =  43

MSD
C. Lummer – 10 points, 2 rebounds, 4 steals
C. Perry – 23 points, 7 rebounds, 8 steals, 4 assists, 4 blocks
R. Guettler – 18 points, 3 rebounds, 6 steals, 7 assists, 1 block
E. Kovacs – 3 points, 2 steals, 1 assist, 1 block
A. Cohen – 1 rebound, 1 steal
C. Salit – 6 points, 3 rebounds, 4 steals, 4 assists
M. Luebehusen – 1 steal, 1 block

Team FG: 21
Team 3-FG: 4 (Guettler 2, Salit 2)
Team FT: 6-11

MT. AIRY
E. Eppich – 19 points
V. D’Ambrosio – 10 points
C. Gilbert – 1 point
J. Bowen – 3 points
G. Hegler – 6 points
K. Bowen – 4 points

Team FG: 11
Team 3-FG: 5 (Eppich 3, J. Bowen, Hegler)
Team FT: 6-10

Record: 5-1

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Maryland boys’ basketball

Maryland SD Boys’ Basketball – Game #6

Game #6

December 11, 2018

Maryland School for the Deaf @ Mount Airy Christian Academy

1    2    3    4  =  Total
MSD   – 9  19  14  12  =  54
MACA – 9  10    8  13  =  40

Halftime -  MSD led 28-19

MSD ORIOLES
Eric Long – 5 points, 4 rebounds, 4 assists
Rory Lewis – 25 points, 6 rebounds, 4 assists
Miguel Pavao – 2 points, 3 rebounds, 4 assists, 3 steals
Enow Otto – 9 points, 6 rebounds, 2 blocks
Jason Werner – 13 points, 3 assists

Team Total FG:  20
Team Total 3FG:  7 (Lewis 6, Long)
Team Total FT:  7-13

MOUNT AIRY CHRISTIAN LIONS
J. Brethauer – 2 points
N. Stein – 9 points
C. Eppich – 7 points
S. Carroll – 7 points
B. Tracey – 2 points
A. Lenk – 4 points
M. Lawson – 9 points

Team Total FG:  18
Team Total 3FG:  1 (Eppich)
Team Total FT:  3-6

Record: 5-1

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Minnesota basketball

paywall has restricted the headline to this:

MSAD basketball teams split with Hiawatha
Seeing one in basketball falls on the other end of the spectrum. The
Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf girls basketball te

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Mississippi School for the Deaf

Varsity Girls Basketball

MSD 60

Piney Woods 32

Raegan Hendrix 19 points 7 Off. Reb 7 Def. Reb 4 Assist 3 Stl 2 Blk

Alexis Roberts 16 points 7 Def Reb. 5 Off Reb.  8 Blk 4 Stl 5 Assist

Nilah O’rey 12 points 4 assist 2 Stl

Koreiona Guy 6 points 3 Stl

Record 6-4

Next Game 12/13 Mt.Olive @ MSD

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Missouri School for the Deaf HS boys

December 11, 2018

Missouri School for the Deaf     13     10     8     10    = 41
New Bloomfield      JV                   5      15     8     11  =  39

MSD
Mikal Meriwether   18 points, 8 rebounds, and 4 steals
Hezeki Smoot           10 points, 4 rebounds, and 6 steals
Conner Luper              8 points, 2 rebounds, and 4 steals
Jayden Rieordan         5 points, 5 rebounds, and 5 steals

Record  2- 0

New Bloomfield
Kaleb Brandt  16 points
Caleb Distler 11 points

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Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Tuesday, December 11, 2018 at 7:00 PM

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 32

St. Anselm’s Abbey School: 70

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Tuesday, December 11, 2018 at 5:00 PM

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 31

Oakcrest School: 28

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Wrestling

Wrestling

Date: Tuesday, December 11, 2018 at 4:00 PM

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 24

Georgetown Day School: 33

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Oklahoma basketball

Oklahoma boys and girls lost to Turner last night.

2-5 now for both

Girls
Oklahoma 38
Turner 53

Boys
Oklahoma 47
Turner 73

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Oregon basketball

Girls’

Dec. 4: OSD 29   C.S. Lewis 37

Dec. 6: OSD 24   Willamette Valley Christian 51

Dec. 8: OSD 33   Washington School for the Deaf 25

League Record 0-2
Overall Record 1-2

Boys’

Dec. 4: OSD 53   C.S. Lewis 69

Dec. 6: OSD 70   Willamette Valley Christian 35

Dec. 8: OSD 51   Washington School for the Deaf 39

League Record 1-1
Overall Record 2-1

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Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

On 12/11, the Lady Panthers played Christian School. The girls took the
lead in the first quarter, but by the second quarter the Panthers were in
foul trouble and City School was able to get back in the game. However,
the girls played as a team to bring home another win! In the win Maysan
had a double double with 14 points and 11 rebounds. Gia also contributed
13 points to the win.

Final score 41-35

Record 5-1

Our next game is away at NYSD on Thursday 12/13.

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Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

On December 11th, international of Christian HS came and challenge us at
our home. We were ready to play against them. We fought with hard defense
and full energy. We won with the score of 43 to 21. Jacob Cross scored 18
pts, 14 rebounds, and 5 assists. Peter Dammer chipped in with 13 pts and 4
steals. Hazim Haroun had 12 rebounds.

Final score 43-21

Record is 3-3.

Our next game is away at NYSD on Thursday, December 13th

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St Mary’s boys basketball

On Monday December 10th, the Bisons played their make-up game due to
weather against Gow. The game was difficult and the Bison’s ended up
losing 47-66. The Bison’s never gave up and continued to battle till the
very end. The Bison’s look to correct their mistakes and improve
tremendously for the next time they face Gow. Nick Barrus led the Bison’s
with 16 points followed by Isa Habeeb with 14 points. Adnan Abdi, Kassim
Kassim and Michael Norris chipped in 5 points a piece and Ethan Antone
scored 2 points. Michael Norris also brought down 13 rebounds for the
team.

The Bison’s next game is Tuesday December 11th at home against Park.
Record 0-2

The Bison’s were unable to find their first win of the season Tuesday
after their game against Park. The Bison’s fought hard, even after playing
in a tough game the previous night. Every game the Bison’s are improving
and they look to continue to build and improve everyday. Nick Barrus led
the team with 22 points, followed by Michael Norris with 12, Kassim Kassim
with 10 and Isa Habeeb had 4 points. The team played hard defense and
their efforts resulted in 13 steals for the team. The Bison’s look to find
their first win on Thursday, December 13th as they make the long trip to
Rome. Go Bisons!

Coach LeRoy and Coach Race
Game: SMSD vs Park 48:61

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Texas basketball

TSD JV Boys lost to Brentwood- 41-44 (Record 3-3)

TSD Varsity Girls won against Brentwood -  49-30 (Record 14-0)

TSD Varsity Boys lost to Brentwood – 47-65 (Record 4-3)

girls’ rankings by newspaper

4A TAPPS

1. Lubbock Trinity Christian, 12-4; 2. Colleyville Covenant Christian,
14-2; 3. Lubbock Christian, 12-8; 4. Austin Texas For Deaf, 12-0; 5.
Houston Lutheran North, 7-6; 6. Boerne Geneva Boerne, 11-5; 7. Dallas
Shelton, 6-1; 8. League City Bay Area Christian, 9-6; 9. Flower Mound
Coram Deo, 2-3; 10. SA Lutheran, 8-6.

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West Virginia boys’ basketball

We played out first game tonight against a very skilled Timber
Ridge school.  We lost 80-38.

Player points:
Zach Stump – 9 points
Jacob Hundley – 7 points
Jacob Buchanan – 13 points
Jeffrey Simpson – 9 points.

Very balanced scoring.

our next game is Thursday 12-13-18 against Virginia
school for the deaf.

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Western Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

@ The Neighborhood Academy

WPSD 44 – TNA 54

Harclerode – 19 points
Elliott – 12 points

Record 3-2, League 0-2

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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

WPSD 20 – Neighborhood Academy 29

Points
Ryane Smalley – 8
Destiny Tanner – 4
Danielle Fisher – 4

Record
3  Won – 2 Lost

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random deafsports thoughts

It was mentioned that Jerry Berlowitz (see dedication)
scored a touchdown off a pass interception to help
Gallaudet pull off a stunning upset over Delaware
Valley College.

Actually what happened was that Jerry blew his
pass coverage – went to the wrong zone on the
field (someone else’s zone) and for some
reason the Delaware Valley quarterback threw
a pass in his direction).

If Jerry followed his correct pass coverage,
the upset would have never taken place!!!!!!!

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Fremont sports

This week and weekend, we’re hosting the third annual CSD Classic Boys and
Girls Basketball Tournament.  The CSD Boys won the first-ever tournament
in 2016 and then the Girls grabbed the title last year.  This year, we
have an exciting field of eight small schools on both brackets (see
attached).  Both teams are looking for a lot of volunteers to help cover
this tournament such as admissions and Eagles Nest, if you’re interested,
please email jweinstock@csdf-cde.ca.gov<mailto:jweinstock@csdf-cde.ca.gov>
and dhamilton@csdf-cde.ca.gov<mailto:dhamilton@csdf-cde.ca.gov>

Let’s have a great week and carry on to the momentum!

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Samuel Brown – our Junior Wrestler has been commended
by his coaches for a while about his positive spirits and keeping the team
morale high every day.  This is exactly what CSD Athletics strongly
believes in because this is probably the only thing that we can control!
Additionally, Sam started the day strong at the Battle of California with
a quick pin!

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Fremont girls’ basketball

CSD 41 – CSDR 13

record 4-2

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Lexington Boys Basketball

Big East Tournament
December 8 & 9, 2018 at American School for the Deaf

December 8, 2018

Lexington School for the Deaf 55

American School for the Deaf 36

December 9, 2018
Big East Tournament Championship

Lexington School for the Deaf 47

Marie Phillp School 52

Big East 2nd place

Record: 4-2

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New York basketball

Girls Basketball
The Lady Golden Tornadoes attended the 1st Big East Classic Tournament on
December 8th-9th at the American School for the Deaf (ASD). The played 2
games, the first against the Marie Phillips School (MPS) and the second
against ASD. Although losing close games to both MPS 14-28 and ASD 22 -30,
the girls played their heart out. The Lady Golden Tornadoes received the
Sportsmanship Award for showing great sportsmanship throughout the
tournament. Silmara C. was selected one of All-Stars. Way to go!

Record: 2-4

Our next game is Wednesday, December 12th against the Delaware School for
the Deaf at 5 p.m.

Boys basketball
In the first round of Big East Classic, New York School for the Deaf
(NYSD) played hard against Marie Phillips School (MPS), but could not hang
on in the 3rd quarter as MPS relied on one player to do damage inside the
paint. The final score was 57-37. Christian Gonzalez finished with 18
points.

In the consolation round of Big East Classic, New York School for the Deaf
(NYSD) could not find its rhythm and were overwhelmed by American School
for the Deaf (ASD) 64-43. Jaykuss Figueroa and Christian Gonzalez had 18
points and 23 points respectively.

Christian G. was named an All-Star.

Our next game is Wednesday, December 12th against the Delaware School for
the Deaf at 3:30 p.m.

Record: 1-5

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Oklahoma School for the Deaf’s Boys basketball

Leopard Classic Basketball Tournament at ASD in Little Rock, AR.

Result:  Texas – Champion
Oklahoma – Runner up
Louisiana – 3rd place
Arkansas – 4th place

December 7, 2018
LSD – 47
OSD – 55
Isaiah – 19, KJ – 16, Tyler – 11, Dylan – 6, Parker – 2, Ezra – 1
Record: 1-3

December 7, 2018
OSD – 53
ASD – 40
Isaiah – 13, Tyler – 9, Dylan – 7, KJ – 6, Parker – 6, Pablo – 4, Jose -
4,
Erza – 2, Jordan – 2
Record: 2-3

December 8, 2018
OSD – 48
TSD – 81
Dylan – 17, Isiah – 15, Parker – 7, KJ – 4
Record: 2-4

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Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

Last Friday, December 7th we traveled to Western Pennsylvania School for
the Deaf for their Homecoming games. Our first game was against Kentucky
School for the Deaf. We were ready to go and fought hard. It was also a
team effort and we won 47 to 16. Peter Dammer led the team with 12 points
and 8 steals while Jacob Cross helped with 8 points, 7 rebounds, and 7
steals. Kevin Nguyen chipped in with 10 points.

On December 8th, we faced Ohio School for the Deaf. It was a hard battle
whole game with gritty defense and rebounding but we lost 27 to 32. Peter
Dammer had 11 pts, and 8 steals.

On December 8th, last game we faced a tough Western Pennsylvania School
for the Deaf. It was their senior night plus Homecoming, and their team
was fired up all evening. We were competing in 1st half but we ran out of
gas in 2nd half and lost 36 to 65. Our warrior, Peter Dammer once again
led Panthers with 11 points, 3 rebounds, and 1 steal while Jacob Cross
scored 4 points, 3 rebounds, 4 assists before he left the game with
injury. Aquil Roane tried to help Panthers with 8 points, 7 rebounds, 2
steals, and 1 block.

Our record is now 2-3

On 12/11, Tuesday game at our home against International Christian HS @
5:00 PM.

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Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

12/7, Friday, in the first game of WPSD’s homecoming weekend,the Lady
Panthers played Kentucky School for the Deaf. The girls started out
sloppy, but cleaned up and won the game 46-13. In the win, Gia was a the
high scorer with 26 points and 10 steals.

12/,8, Saturday, in the second game, the Lady Panthers played the Ohio
School for the Deaf. The team started out the first half slow and sloppy
on both offense and defense. In the second half, the girls came together
as a team to win the game! With their teamwork, they won 36-15! In the
win, Natalya had a double double with 14 points and 25 rebounds.

12/8, Saturday, in the final game the Lady Panthers played WPSD. The game
started out competitive, but unfortunately the Lady Lions took the lead
early in the second quarter and kept the lead for the entire game. Our
girls got into foul trouble early in the game and offense struggled to put
points on the board against WPSD’s tough defense. In the end, WPSD won
10-43. Gia was the high scorer with 6 points.

Our record 4-1.

Congratulate our girls on a great weekend of games!

On 12/11, Tuesday, next game is home on 12/11 at 3:30. Come support your
Lady Panthers!

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Rhode Island basketball

Friday 12/7/18

Our Roosters boys basketball team traveled to MKSD for their annual
Tip-off
Tournament. We opened our tournament against Rochester School for the
Deaf.
Missing two starters, we were able to stay competitive in the game through
the first half and was down 17 to 10 at halftime. Rochester made some
adjustments at halftime and they were able to pull away, winning by the
final score of 40 to 17.

Jayden E. led the Roosters with 5 points and 5 steals and Timothy J. added
4 points and 8 rebounds.

RISD -  10    7  – 17
RSD -   17   23  – 40

Saturday, 12/8/18

After losing to Rochester School for the Deaf, our team wanted to go home
on a strong note so they worked hard to earn the victory against a young
Delaware School for the Deaf team. Jayden scored 13 points and grabbed 13
rebounds playing minimal minutes and teammate Timothy Jallah scored 8 and
grabbed 9 rebounds. Our bench players earned valuable playing experience
in
this game. Hunter F. was recognized as the All-Star pick from the team for
his tough play both games of this tournament.

*RISD Boys Basketball Record:* 2-2
*Next Game:* Tuesday, December 11 vs. Segue Institute (4 P.M.)

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*RISD Girls Basketball*

Friday 12/7/18

RISD girls’ basketball team traveled to Marie Katzenbach School for the
Deaf in New Jersey — we opened up our tournament against Rochester School
for the Deaf, one of the favorites in ESDAA Division II Girls Basketball -
so this would be a great test for our girls.

We struggled with the press and couldn’t find the basket until after
halftime when our offense started to click and make some good passes &
decisions. RSD would win the game by the final score of 33-10.

RISD -  0   0    4   6  – 10
RSD -   8   7   11  7  – 33

Saturday 12/8/18

Competing in the 3rd/4th place game, our RISD girls team played against a
young Delaware School for the Deaf girls team. Even though Delaware was
young, their players were very hungry and aggressive — they definitely
gave us a good run for our money!

The game was tied at 6-6 at halftime and we were able to grab ahold of the
lead through the third-quarter thanks to good free throw shooting from our
forward Melissa E-G and ended up winning a nail biter, 15-14. Yasmin S.
scored 6 points and Lillian K collected 12 rebounds to lead the team.

RISD -  4  2   5  4  – 15
DSD -   0  6   4  4  – 14

*RISD Girls Basketball Record:* 2-3
*Next Game:* Tuesday, December 11 @ Segue Institute (4 P.M.)

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Texas winter sports

Wrestling

The wrestling team participated in the Rough Rider tournament in San
Antonio. The boys wrestled hard and did their best at a tough tournament.
Three of our wrestlers placed – Adiel Rodriguez -3rd place, and Eric Nieva
and Gerry Robertson both finished 4th place.

Next wrestling tournament: Russ Pederson Invitational – Dec 14/15

Brian Laird

Boys Basketball
Boys
After playing our first two games on schedule with a couple of starters
absent, we finally had a full team when we travelled to Arkansas. Our team
won all three events: Free throw contest, three point contest, and the
tournament.

In our first two games against Arkansas and Louisiana, the players all
played equal minutes as we cruised to victory over Arkansas & Louisiana.
In the championship game against Oklahoma who were also 2-0, our players
dominated the game and five players scored more than 10 points.

TSD d. Arkansas – 67-18
TSD d. Louisiana – 51-24
TSD d. Oklahoma -  82-48

Record: 4-2

Andy Donatich

Girls
Our Lady Rangers basketball team travelled to Little Rock this past
weekend to compete in the annual Southwest Classic.  The team started off
the weekend participating in the Free Throw and 3-Point Competitions.  The
team combined for 54 total free throws out of 100 to win the competition.
The 54 total free throws was the highest team score of the competition,
including the boys’ side.  Our three 3-Point Competition shooters were
Leila Sicoli, Brianne Leiker, and Ashlene Etkie.  The trio combined for
5-of-15 (33%) which was enough to best Oklahoma (4), Arkansas (2), and
Louisiana (2).

Our team played balanced basketball with disciplined defense, smart
offensive possessions, and high level execution of the game.  Each player
that went to Arkansas contributed significant minutes and contributed to
our success.  We look forward to carrying that momentum to the three
important upcoming games before winter break.

Our record is now 13-0, best start in school history.  We look forward to
seeing you at the games!

TSD d. Arkansas – 55-4
TSD d. Louisiana – 56-4
TSD d. Oklahoma – 57-17

Record: 13-0

Brian Sipek

Swimming

TSD Hosts TSD MS/HS Swim Meet #1 – Thursday, December 6, 2018

The first home MS/HS swim meet of the 2018-2019 winter season took place
at the Leroy Colombo Swim Center at the Texas School for the Deaf. A good
number of both 5th-8th graders and HS swimmers participated.

Our TSD MS Swim Team (including 5th graders) faced the Regents MS Swim
Team. The TSD MS Boys scored 52 team points to Regents MS Boys 41 points.
The Regents MS Girls scored 211 points to TSD MS Girls 27 points.
Regardless of the team scores, great efforts were seen among all swimmers.

For the TSD MS Girls, Jovie McKee, Dalilah Moore, and Delaney Roberts, all
5th graders, and Camilla Gonzales-Flores, 6th grade, all represented TSD.
Meanwhile, for the TSD MS Boys, Andrey Armeytev and Mayank Baker, also
both 5th graders, and Sean Adamson, 7th grade, represented TSD. Both
Dalilah and Mayank continued their 2nd season of swimming at TSD,
initially swimming on the TSD Summer Swim Team this past summer.

Freestyle and Breaststroke. Dalilah (1:02.00), Jovie (1:16.30), Camilla
(1:29.35), Delaney (2:30), Mayank (45.72), Sean (55.98), and Andrey
(1:13.30) all swam in the 50 Free. And Sean (2:17.87) wanted a bit of a
longer distance, so he swam the 100 Free as well. Sean (1:04.18) also swam
in the 50 Breaststroke. Others who swam in the 50 Breaststroke were: Jovie
McKee (1:13.84), Dalilah (1:48.64), Mayank (1:24.37).

Backstroke and Relays. Jovie (1:05.00), Dalilah (1:25.66), Camilla
(1:44.00),  Mayank (57.67), and Andrey (1:32.89) all swam backstroke. And
participating in the relays were: Dalilah, Jovie, Camilla, and Delaney,
all in the 200 Freestyle Relay with a time of 6:29.14. The boys did not
swim the relay due to only having 3 swimmers.

TSD High School Swim Team included the following female swimmers: Marissa
Giuntoli, Fr., Jordan Leach, Jr., Cassidy Losh, So., Jewel Rocha, Jr.,
Jaida Scott, Sr., Tabatha Simmons, Jr., and Anabelle Weaver, Jr., all who
have had prior swim team experience from previously swimming on the TSD
Summer Swim Team and/or Winter Swim Team. The following male swimmers were
present: Josue Flores-Laines, Fr., Mark Huerta, So., Naeem Muhammed Ali,
Jr., Ira Newsome, Fr., Ethan Nunez, Jr., and Rahim Abdul, Fr., all who are
swimming HS swim team for the first time with some having had prior swim
team experience.

The TSD HS Girls came in 2nd place with 73 points, just behind the 1st
place team, Regents with 96 points. St. Michael’s came in 3rd with 43
points, Our Lady of the Hills, 4th place with 35 points, and Austin
Waldorf finished in 5th with 28 points.

The TSD HS Boys also placed 2nd with 50 points, only 6 points behind
Regents with 56 points. Placing 3rd was St. Michael’s with 34 points,
Austin Waldorf placed 4th with 18 points, and Hyde Park placed 5th with 15
points.

All swimmers, again, gave it their very best.

Nick Bannon

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random deafsports thoughts

We have national deaf championship events in practically
all sports – except swimming. DeafDigest Sports knows of
two schools with winter swimming teams – Florida and
Texas.

Any others?

Categories : DeafDigest Sports
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