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Prep Boys Basketball Roundup - December 13

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

lexingtonLexington 40 Hallen 24

Lexington Boys decisively beat Hallen 40-24. Hallen is the defending Metro League champions and is still considered very competitive in Metro League. (Contributed by Head Coach Jamil Haque)

LSD 6-14-12--8 = 40
THS 4–-3--6-11 = 24

Halftime - Lexington led 20-7.

LSD (4-1):
Points: Salmon 16 and Orlang 11.
Rebounds: Salmon 18 and A. Laikram 8.
Steals: Salmon 3.
Blocks: J. Laikram 1.

American 62 New York 47

americanAmerican - The boys team played without two key senior starters. Bench players started in their spots and stepped up last night. ASD was able to control the tempo from the opening tip onward. Dylan Mallach led all scorers with 23 points as the boys team rolled to a 62-47 victory to move their record to 5-0 on the season. (Contributed by Athletic Director Mason Wood)

new-yorkNew York - This was our first home game of the season. In the first quarter, American jumped out with a quick start but we came back to grab our first lead of the game at 9-8. Unfortunately, American made a big run to close out the first quarter with a 17-9 lead. We played hard in the second half to stay close and we lost by 13 points. Jaykuss Figueroa led with 16 points and seven rebounds. Alnord Deski added 14 points and nine rebounds. (Contributed by Head Coach Nicolas Tegni)

ASD 17-13-18-12 = 62
NYSD 9--9-14-15 = 47

Halftime - American led 30-18.

Team Total FG: 19
Team Total 3FG: 2 (Jaykuss, Yazeed)
Team Total assists: 11
Team Total steals: 15 (Christian 6)

washingtonKing's Way Christian 61 Washington 56 - OT

Washington’s huge third quarter gave the Terriers the lead going into the fourth by a point after starting the second half being down by 11 points. An even fourth quarter forced the game to go into overtime and Washington came up on the short end. Taylor Payne and Jose Ramirez both had a double-double for Washington. Payne had team best 21 points with 14 rebounds. Ramirez put in 18 points and grabbed 12 rebounds.

KWC 15-17--8-13-8 = 61
WSD  8-13-20-12-3 = 56

Halftime - King’s Way Christian led 32-21.

WSD (0-3):
Taylor Payne: 21 points, 14 rebounds
John Smart: 1 point
Osvaldo Cruz: 10 points, 5 rebounds, 5 steals
Juan Ramirez: 6 points, 19 rebounds
Jose Ramirez: 18 points, 12 rebounds

kentuckyFrankfort Christian 48 Kentucky 27

KSD had to play without its leading scorers, Aaron Howard and Jordan Dorn, both out due to illness. KSD had a season-low 14 turnovers but it wasn’t enough to beat Frankfort Christian. KSD was able to make a run of 16-9 after switching to man and man defense in the final quarter. Richard Ward picked up a double-double with 12 points and 14 rebounds. (Contributed by Coach Leslie Stayer, Jr.)

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

Halftime - Frankfort Christian led 29-11.

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

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

missouriNew Bloomfield JV 44 Missouri 40

Missouri failed to pull a come from behind win in the fourth quarter as they fell to New Bloomfield JV by four points. Mikal Meriwether was the driving force for Missouri with 21 points, 14 rebounds, and a block.

NB 10-16-12--6 = 44
MSD 9-12--7-12 = 40

Halftime - New Bloomfield led 26-21.

MSD (0-3):
Mikal Meriwether: 21 points, 14 rebounds, 2 steals, 1 block
Hezeki Smoot: 10 points, 6 steals
Dacota Pierson: 7 points, 3 rebounds, 5 steals

NB: Kaleb Brandt 15, Tanner Payne 10, Keaton Herron 12.

floridaSt. Joseph Academy 58 Florida 32

We came out flat for this game and had no energy. We will forget about this game and take advantage of our two days of practice to get ready for the rest of the season. (Contributed by Head Coach Eric LeFors)

FSDB  5--9-8-10 = 32
STJA 22-20-5-11 = 58

Halftime - St. Joseph led 42-14.

new-jerseySummaries of New Jersey Boys Basketball - Contributed by Athletic Director Martha Fowler.

Friday, December 8, 2017

New Jersey 26 Rhode Island 19 - Semifinals

Naim Webb led the team with his second double-double in three games with 13 points, 24 rebounds, two assists, two blocks, and four steals. Chris Brown added six points, 13 rebounds, one block, and two steals.

Saturday, December 9, 2017

New Jersey 61 Rochester 42 - Championship

This game was close until the Colts had a 24-point third quarter. The combination of Naim Webb, Chris Brown, and Nasir Gurganus pulled the Colts ahead for good. Those three all scored in double digits along with Stanley Uka. Webb, Brown, and Gurganus all recordeded double-doubles. Webb had 20 points, 19 rebounds, three assists, one block, and four steals. Gurganus had 10 points, 13 rebounds, three assists, one block, and four steals, all a career high as he is a freshman. Brown had 15 points, 13 rebounds, three assists, and three steals, all career highs. Uka chipped in 10 points and five assists. A great win for the Colts and the first time they have won the Tip Off championship since 2012!

Monday, December 4, 2017

Wilberforce Charter 41 New Jersey 29

Naim Webb led the Colts with a double-double with 10 points, 14 rebounds, two blocks, and eight steals. Nasir Gurganus added six points, five rebounds, and four blocks. Evan Bell had five points and five steals.

Thursday, November 30, 2017

Pennsylvania 45 New Jersey 16

Naim Webb led the team with six points, two rebounds, one assist, and one block. Chris Brown added four points, one rebound, two assists, and one block.

Prep Girls Basketball Roundup - December 13

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

fremontFremont 65 Oakland Charter 2

CSD hosted Oakland Charter for the first time in school history. Oakland Charter is a new basketball program, so we did not know how good they were.

CSD was rolling right off the start with a 23 point first quarter and had 20 in the second. The game was getting out of hand, so we changed our focus to practice on situations and plays in the second half with a running clock. Oakland Charter tried to put up shots but they would not fall. Everyone on our team scored at least once.

Overall, the team had 20 rebounds, 20 assists, 33 steals on 48% FG shooting.

Our next focus is on Making Waves, the first league match-up of the season. It is also our first away (non-tournament) game of the season.

Current record stands at 6-3 with a 5-game winning streak. MaxPreps rank: 4,368 nationally and 385 in California. (Contributed by Head Coach Joshua Weinstock)

OCHS  0–-2–-0–-0 = 2
CSD 23–20–12–10 = 65

Halftime - Fremont led 43-2.

Top scorers:
Malia Zornoza: 20 points, 5 steals, 4 rebounds, 3 assists
Jade Dawson: 12 points, 4 steals, 4 rebounds, 3 assists, 2 blocks
Esther Biser: 11 points, 10 steals, 2 rebounds, 2 assists

michiganValley 27 Michigan 13

Wendy Chicky led her team in points and rebounds with 10 and seven respectively. Allison Blair had a 3-pointer. This was our first game at home and our next game will be on December 19th against Valley once again. (Contributed by Head Coach Lucas VanDalen)

Delaware - Carolyn Russell scored her 1,000th point in a 31-30 loss to Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

rochesterRochester 39 St. John Bosco 10

The Wildcats scored 26 points in the first half for a big halftime lead at 26-6. The Wildcats continued to work on their skills and knowledge for the game. Emma Kane scored 10 points and McKenna Girod added 9 points with 10 rebounds. (Contributed by Head Coach Charles Palmer)

New York 35 American 17

americanAmerican - The girls had just five players due to injuries and availablity. The game was closely contested until our leading scorer suffered an injury in the game in which ASD was forced to play 4 vs. 5 for the rest of the game. Fanwood was able to pull away. With two minutes remaining in the game, ASD suffered another injury and the game was called. (Contributed by Athletic Director Mason Wood)

new-yorkNew York - We snapped our three-game losing streak with a 18=point victory against American. Anjel Perez and Samantha Pon teamed up for 17 points and 22 rebounds to lead New York. (Contributed by Head Coach John Diehl)

ASD     6-4--3-4 = 17
NYSD 10-8-13-4 = 35

Halftime - New York led 18-10.

washingtonFort Vancouver 24 Washington 21

Ashantay Truong paced Washington with eight points and seven rebounds in a loss to Fort Vancouver. Annie Kvamme grabbed team best 16 rebounds.

FTV   6-2-8--8 = 24
WSD 5-1-4-11 = 21

Halftime - Fort Vancouver led 8-6.

WSD (2-1):
Ashantay Truong: 8 points, 7 rebounds
Emma McKinney: 2 points, 4 steals
Annie Kvamme: 4 points, 16 rebounds
Jessane Rogers: 3 points
Kelly Gutierrez: 4 points, 4 steals

floridaSt. Joseph Academy 73 Florida 16

Last night, the Lady Dragons were outplayed everywhere by St. Joseph Academy. We can see the weariness of our player after playing three games last weekend weekend at Alabama then another game on Monday night for a total of 5 games in four days. We have another one tonight. Basically, we did not "show up". (Contributed by Head Coach Joy Moers)

FSDB (3-6): Lourdine Jordonne 6, Ja’Myra Harris 4, Shanna Cooley 2, Olivia Brown 2.

south-carolinaWare Shoals 58 South Carolina 14

Ashley Moss was the lead scorer for South Carolina with eight points followed by Yasmeen Crute with four.

SCSDB (0-5): Moss 8, Crute 4, Brown 2.

mississippiMississippi 57 Louisiana 25

Alexis Roberts erupted for 23 points to lead Mississippi past Louisiana at home. Korienea Guy chipped in with 12 points and Raegen Hendrix added 10.

MSD (9-1): Alexis Roberts 23, Korienea Guy 12, Raegan Hendrix 10, Nilah Orey 7, Tamera Grant 4.

missouriNew Bloomfield JV 46 Missouri 4

Delanzia Hayes was the lone scorer for Missouri with four points and Melissa Davis pulled down seven rebounds.

MSD (0-3):
Delanzia Hayes: 4points, 5 rebounds
Melissa Davis: 7 rebounds, 1 assist

Thursday, December 7, 2017

americanAmerican 29 Horace Mann 13

American was able to control of this game immediately and improved their record to 4-1. (Contributed by Athletic Director Mason Wood)

Prep Girls Basketball Roundup - December 12

Monday, December 11, 2017

rhode-islandRhode Island 25 Times Square Academy 21

Our Lady Roosters hosted our first home game this season against Times Square Academy. Our girls hadn't won a game yet so we were ready to come out and play hard today in hopes of earning our first win. Times Square had a point guard who showed very good ball handling skills and good shooting form. Our coaches switched our defense immediately to contain this point guard and it worked. Our Lady Roosters was able to get contributions from three players on offense and only had a 2-point halftime lead.

Times Square grabbed the lead early in the second half and our coaches immediately called timeout to stop the momentum. Our girls made adjustments and were able to go on a big scoring run to seize the lead and hold on to it to the end, winning 25-21! The coaches were proud of our student-athletes for how they played today. We hope to build on our success in our next home game this Thursday against Providence County Day School. (Contributed by Athletic Director Nathan Engel)

TSA   10-11 = 21
RISD 12-13 = 25

Halftime - Rhode Island led 12-10.

RISD (1-5): Yasmin S. 13, Melissa E. 6, Olivia C. 6.

floridaFlorida 38 Taylor Pierson 22

Two weeks ago, the Varsity Lady Dragons played against Taylor Pierson, and we lost by six points, 27-21. Last night, we turned the tables on them with improved offense as we were able to make some good plays. (Contributed by Head Coach Joy Moers)

FSDB (3-5): Lourdine Jordonne 15, Oceana Brown 13, Olivia Brown 8, Ja’Myra Harris 2.

marylandMaryland 53 Mount Airy Christian 40

Maryland’s fast start in the first and third quarters was enough to hold off Mount Airy Christian’s rallies in the second and fourth quarters. Cassidy Perry was the lead scorer with 19 along with 10 rebounds and six steals. Rajena Guettler added 14 points.

MSD 20--3-18-12 = 53
MACA 6-12--5-17 = 40

Halftime - Maryland led 23-18.

MSD (4-1):
A. Glennon: 1 rebound
S. Herzig-Wilcox: 6 points, 9 rebounds, 1 steal, 1 assist
A. Patterson: 2 rebounds, 1 steal
C. Perry: 19 points, 10 rebounds, 6 steals, 2 assists, 1 block
R. Guettler: 14 points, 6 rebounds, 4 steals, 1 assist
H. Johnston-Shaw: 2 points, 2 steals
E. Beldon: 6 points, 5 steals, 2 assists
M. Luebehusen: 2 points, 4 rebounds
E. Kovacs: 4 points, 5 rebounds, 1 steal, 1 assist

Team FG: 23
Team 3-FG: 0
Team FT: 7-14

MACA: Gilbert 4, Shaffer 2, D’Ambrosio 10, Bowen 11, Eppich 13.

Team FG: 17
Team 3-FG: 1 (Eppich)
Team FT: 3-9

pennsylvaniaPennsylvania 49 Delaware 29

The game between Pennsylvania and Delaware was a match up of ESDAA champions from last year. The girls played a great game as a team and beat Delaware for the first time in two years. Yasmean Evans had 18 points, 17 rebounds, and seven steals. Mecca Scott scored 12 and had four steals. (Contribute by Athletic Director Matt Bujak)

Western Pennsylvania - Cheyenne Sloan had 12 points and Danielle Fisher added nine in a loss to Trinity Christian, 32-25.

Friday, December 8 and Saturday, December 9, 2017

rochesterRochester @ NJSD Tip Off Tournament

The Wildcats played the first game against Delaware School for the Deaf. We started off slow scoring just four points in the first half. We figured out how to play better in the second half with 18 points and we lost, 39-22. Emma Kane scored 10 points and on two three-pointers. McKenna Girod finished with six points and nine rebounds.


We faced Rhode Island School for the Deaf for the 3rd place game and won 25-15. Emma Kane earned a spot on the all-star team with 17 points in two games. (Contributed by Head Coach Charles Palmer)

Monday, December 4, 2017

new-jerseyWilberforce Charter 45 New Jersey 2

This game for our very young girls team was not good. Wilberforce continued to steal and fast break the entire game. Our starting point guard was out sick and the only point of the game came from Alexis Holland. A very frustrating game for the Lady Colts. (Contributed by Athletic Director Martha Fowler)

Thursday, November 30, 2017

new-jerseyPennsylvania 37 New Jersey 20

De’Avian Watson lead the team with 15 points, eight rebounds, seven blocks, and three steals. Alexis Holland added four points, five rebounds, and six steals. (Contributed by Athletic Director Martha Fowler)

Prep Boys Basketball Roundup - December 12

Monday, December 11, 2017

marie-philipLexington Christian 61 Marie Philip 44

Lexington Christin Aacaemy’s (LCA) strong five players mastered our boys at the end of the game. They kept going at us on press defense and we tried our best to keep the game close as we led most in first half but were down by five at halftime. Then onto second half we came back within a point. All of sudden we made several turnovers that resulted LCA to be able to go on fast breaks. It was a very real learning experience for us in that game as we know that LCA was the former champion of NEPSAC Class D two years ago. They have a group of good basketball players. We are still proud of ourselves for our hard work. Dylan Christoffels led with 15 points and Kacey Monahan made some key rebounds. (Contributed by Head Coach John Monahan)

MBIL record: 1-0

floridaFlorida 58 Taylor Pierson 48

We accomplished two things last tonight. We kept our home record unblemished and snapped our 4-game losing streak. We exploded in the 3rd quarter with 26 points to bust the game open and enter the 4th period with a 54-31 lead. Our backups played pretty much the entire final stanza. It was good for them to get extensive playing time as it will pay off down the road. (Contributed by Head Coach Eric LeFors)

TPHS   8-12-11-17 = 48
FSDB 13-15-26--4 = 58

Halftime - Florida led 28-20.

FSDB (4-4): Samy Vital 11, Quintin Galpine 8, Wallace Burrell 12, Enow Otto 4, Yahir Rodriguez 13, Cody Newsome 4, Josiah Roberson 2, Kyle Prinzler 2, Walter Douglas 2.

marylandMount Airy Christian 42 Maryland 40

The second and third quarters had huge swings in momentum for Maryland and Mount Airy Christian. Maryland had a 10-point edge at the halftime after outscoring Mount Airy Christian 18-8 in the second period. But Mount Airy Christian erased that 10-point advantage when they clamped down Maryland with a 14-2 run in the third quarter. The fourth quarter saw both teams trade baskets and Mount Airy Christian prevailed by two points.

John Werner, Jr. and Rory Lewis had 10 points respectively and Stefan Anderson grabbed 11 rebounds.

MSD   8-18--2-14 = 40
MACA 8--8-14-12 = 42

Halftime - Maryland led 26-16.

MSD (5-1):
John Werner, Jr.: 10 points, 3 rebounds, 3 assists, 4 steals
Rory Lewis: 10 points, 4 rebounds
Esteban Kovacs: 3 points, 4 assists, 3 steals
Stefan Anderson: 9 points, 11 rebounds
Jason Werner: 8 points

Team Total FG: 16
Team Total 3FG: 2 (Kovacs, Lewis)
Team Total FT: 6-11

MACA: Michael Faragalla 8, Xavier Marmol 4, Mark Webster 8, Austin Finch 9, Will Brethaur 13.

Team Total FG: 17
Team Total 3FG: 2
Team Total FT: 6-12

pennsylvaniaPennsylvania 52 Delaware 19

The boys came out hot and did an awesome job. Nasir Ford scored 22 points and had 10 steals. Jacob Cross added 21 points with eight rebounds while Aquil Roane had eight points and four rebounds. (Contributed by Athletic Director Matt Bujak)

rhode-islandRhode Island 35 Times Square Academy 23

On Monday December 11th, the RISD boys finally played their first home game of the 2017-18 season against Times Square Academy. Times Square showed some quickness in the beginning but could not crack our defense and was limited to taking a lot of their shots outside the paint which worked to the coaches' game plan.

RISD led from the start and the lead would remain that way into halftime with a 17-13 lead. Our players came out strong in the second half and was able to pull away, allowing the coaches to play most of our reserves at the end which gave them valuable game experience. The Roosters won the game by the final score of 35 to 23. Jayden Elias led the scoring with 16 points and 12 rebounds. Juan Fernandes also contributed another double-double with 14 points and 18 rebounds. (Contributed by Athletic Director Nathan Engel)

TSA   13-10 = 23
RISD 17-18 = 35

Halftime - Rhode Island led 17-13.

Western Pennsylvania - Chad D’Amore scored 16 points in a 44-32 victory against Calvary Baptist Academy.

Friday, December 8, 2017

marie-philipMarie Philip 66 New York 35

MPS boys got off with good start and lead all the way 37-11 until the half. We continued playing great til the end of game. Junior Kacey Monahan and Senior, Dylan Christoffels each had 20 points while Monahan had 21 rebounds and Christoffels dished out six assists. (Contributed by Head Coach John Monahan)

Oklahoma School for the Deaf bounces back in Indian Classic

By Austin Jackson

oklahomaSULPHUR — Oklahoma School for the Deaf hosted the 35th annual Indian Classic round-robin tournament over the weekend.

The tournament, which alternates host schools each year, featured free-throw and three-point contests, a couple parties and two days of basketball action with the Indian’s hosting Texas School for the Deaf, Arkansas School for the Deaf and Louisiana School for the Deaf.

Read more: http://www.ardmoreite.com/news/20171211/oklahoma-school-for-deaf--bounces-back-in-indian-classic

Source: The Daily Ardmoreite

A look inside the Kentucky School for the Deaf athletics program

By Jennifer Smith

kentuckyThe following story was originally published in the print edition of the Lexington Herald-Leader on Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2001. Its original headline, subhead and body copy can be seen below along with some archive photos.

COMPETITION, NOT DEAFNESS, MAIN FOCUS

ATHLETES DEAL WITH THEIR DIFFERENCE

DANVILLE — Coach Byron Wilson set up an inbounds play in great detail for his girls’ basketball team. Everyone was on the same page when the ball was inbounded under the basket.

Read more: http://www.kentucky.com/sports/high-school/article189205219.html

Source: Lexington Herald Leader

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