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Kansas girls win Neesam Classic, boys fall short

Kansas @ Neesam Classic

Girls Basketball

Kansas rode on the backs of Kaylee Wells and Madison Welch at the Neesam Classic this past weekend at Minnesota to claim their second straight championship. Wells and Welch scored in double digits in all three games to power Kansas to a 3-0 record and the tournament championship.

2017 Kansas GBB Neesam Classic champs
2017 Neesam Classic Champions - Kansas School for the Deaf (Photo courtesy of KSD Athletics)

Friday, December 1, 2017

Kansas 58 Iowa 10

ISD    6—-4 = 10
KSD 37—21 = 58

Halftime - Kansas led 37-6.

KSD
Kaylee Wells: 18 points, 4 assists
Madison Welch: 18 points, 8 rebounds,
Tiadra Vang: 6 points, 6 assists
Taylor Wise: 2 points, 7 rebounds
Ravin Greene: 8 points, 8 rebounds
Katja Grace: 3 points, 7 rebounds

Saturday, December 2, 2017

Kansas 41 Wisconsin 32

KSD  29—12 = 41
WSD 14—18 = 32

Halftime - Kansas led 29-14.

KSD
Madison Welch: 18 points, 20 rebounds, 3 steals
Kaylee Wells: 10 points, 2 steals
Tiadra Vang: 10 points, 3 assists, 4 steals

Kansas 54 Minnesota 32

KSD  33—21 = 54
MSAD 8—24 = 32

Halftime - Kansas led 33-8.

KSD
Madison Welch: 20 points, 12 rebounds
Kaylee Wells: 15 points, 3 assists, 3 steals
Tiadra Vang: 14 points, 6 assists
Ravin Greene: 4 points, 12 rebounds
Katja Grace: 2 points, 4 rebounds

Boys Basketball

The Kansas Jackrabbits went 2-1 at the Neesam Classic last weekend held on the campus of Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf. Kansas had a chance to win the Neesam Classic championship after dominating Iowa and Wisconsin when they faced the host team, Minnesota in the weekend’s final game. Kansas was shot down 60-40 allowing Minnesota to win the championship over Kansas and Wisconsin when all three finished with an identical 2-1 record based on points differential.

Friday, December 1, 2017

ISD    8--4 = 12
KSD 36-29 = 65

Halftime - Kansas led 36-8.

KSD
Jayman Washington: 12 points, 11 rebounds
Raul Melgar: 10 points
Tyler Mayfield: 11 points
Marcus Aiken: 12 points
Tayte McCaskey: 8 points, 13 rebounds
Sethan Rolofson: 12 assists

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

Saturday, December 2, 2017

Kansas 69 Wisconsin 55

WSD 20-35 = 55
KSD  45-24 = 69

Halftime - Kansas led 45-20.

KSD
Jayman Washington: 25 points, 17 rebounds
Raul Melgar: 15 points
Tayte McCaskey: 18 points, 15 rebounds

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

MSAD 24-36 = 60
KSD   13-27 = 40

Halftime - Minnesota led 24-13.

KSD
Jayman Washington: 17 points, 11 rebounds
Raul Melgar: 10 points
Tayte McCaskey: 4 points, 8 rebounds

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

Prep Basketball Roundup - December 2

Friday, December 1, 2017

americanSummary of day 1 of the New England Tip off (Contributed by Athletic Director Mason Wood)

ASD Varsity Girls played against Rhode Island School for the Deaf to open the tournament. After a messy first quarter ASD was able to score in the final seconds to take a 2-0 lead. The basket appeared to set things in motion for ASD as they rolled to a 33-6 victory in a game that featured more combined turnovers than combined points scored.

ASD Varsity Boys played against Horace Mann School for the Deaf for the second game. ASD raced out to a 10-0 lead early highlighted with quick ball movement. The score was 36-5 at halftime and started a running clock for the second half. ASD played their second string for the second half and won the game 69-11.

Marie Philip School for the Deaf Girls played against Horace Mann School for the Deaf. Marie Philip overcame some early mental errors to take a commanding lead by halftime. MPS initiated a running clock early in the fourth quarter before HMSD started to make a small comeback but MPS was able to secure a 36-13 victory.

In our final game of the night, Marie Philip School for the Deaf Boys faced Rhode Island School for the Deaf. MPS controlled the game immediately from the start. The score was 36-0 at halftime. MPS then cruised to a 46-13 victory following a running clock for the second half.

RISD Girls will play HMSD Girls for 3rd place at 9:00 am
HMSD Boys will play RISD Boys for 3rd place at 10:30 am
MPS Girls will play ASD Girls for the Championship at 12:00 pm
ASD Boys will play MPS Boys for the Championship at 1:30 pm

Boys Basketball

kentuckyAlabama 59 Kentucky 12

Alabama opened up the game with a 28-0 run thanks to full court pressure that led Kentucky into piling up turnovers at the Viking Classic being held at the Tennessee School for the Deaf. Aaron Howard’s 3-pointer put finally got Kentucky on board. Youth and inexperience was a big factor for Kentucky. Kentucky had 28 turnovers with 20 of them coming in the first half. Howard and Yance each had a three-pointer. (Contributed by Coach Leslie Stayer, Jr.)

KSD   0--5--5--2 = 12
ASD 18-16-13-12 = 59

Halftime - Alabama led 34-5.

KSD (0-2): Yance 3, Ward 4, Howard 5.

ASD (4-2) Dorda 4, Stults 4, Holman 6, Wallace 12, McKinnie 6, Garrett 2, Paige 5, Williams 8, McCroe 2, Simons 10.

Thursday, November 30, 2017

Boys Basketball

virginiaeastern-north-carolinaEastern North Carolina 40 Virginia 26

Eastern North Carolina picked up its’ fifth win of the season on the road against Virginia. Jeremiah Deans powered Eastern North Carolina’s offense with 12 points followed by Luis Vargus with 11. Thomas Manning had 13 points for Virginia.

ENCSD 11-18-8--3 = 40
VSDB     4--3-7-12 = 26

Halftime - Eastern North Carolina led 29-7.

ENCSD (5-0): Deans 12, Eason, Vargus 11, Carlton 10, Foote, Cooke, Robinson 7, Brayboy, McLaughlin.

VSDB (1-3): Maxwell 3, King 1, Manning 13, Laurore 1, Decker, Manning 8.

Prep Basketball Roundup - December 1

Thursday, November 30, 2017

Girls Basketball

americanAmerican 19 Midstate Christian 15

American School for the Deaf Varsity Girls team opened up the varsity season with a 19-15 victory against Midstate Christian. ASD built a large lead heading into the fourth period before MidState was able to fight back. A basket by Emily Pagan with less than 30 seconds remaining in the game sealed the victory. The team was led by Craichelle Morrison with 13 points and Emily Pagan chipped in an additional six points as ASD was able to win minus two key starters. (Contributed by Athletic Director Mason Wood)

mississippiMississippi 61 Mount Olive 21

Three players scored in double-digits for Mississippi as they overpowered Mount Olive last night for their fifth straight victory.

MSD (5-0): Raegan Hendrix 17, Nilah O'Rey 16, Alexis Roberts 11.

pennsylvaniaPennsylvania 37 New Jersey 20

Our Lady Panthers played their first game of the season against the New Jersey School for the Deaf (NJSD). The girls worked hard and came home with a victory! It was a great start to the season and the the girls are looking forward to improving as a team. Senior Yasmean Evans had 10 points and nine rebounds and sophomore Maysan had her first double-double of the season with 14 points and 20 rebounds. (Contributed by Athletic Director Matt Bujak)

new-mexicoCimarron 59 New Mexico 27

Lindsay Hand led New Mexico with 17 points and Mya Malone had team high 7 rebounds with a block.

NMSD (1-1): Hand 17, Baca 7, Malone 3.

Team Total FG: 7-49
Team Total 3FG: 3-6 (Hand 2, Baca)
Team Total FT: 4-8

indianaBethesda Christian 68 Indiana 32

Anya Pothroski had 13 points and Kate Lorenzo scored seven for Indiana in a loss to Bethesda Christian.

BC 21-14-24-9 = 68
ISD 13--3--9-7 = 32

Halftime - Bethesda Christian led 35-16

BC (6-0): Maddi Fulks 26, McKenna Baker 18, Rachel Shafer 14, Ally Charleswood 4, Brooke Dodson 3, Darcy Patterson 3.

ISD (1-6): Anya Pothroski 13, Kate Lorenzo 7, Kalena Bumbala 6, Annalise Alberti 4, Caitlyn Smith 2.

Tennessee - Lady Viking basketball drops a district game to Hancock County 65-43. MarCreshia Phillips led with 25 points and nine rebounds.

Boys Basketball

marylandMaryland 67 Redeemer Classical Christian 6

Junior Rory Lewis tied the school record for most treys in a game with eight as Maryland rolled over Redeemer Classical Christian in a season opening win.

RCC    4--0--0-2 = 6
MSD 25-19-18-5 = 67

Halftime - Maryland led 44-4.

MSD
John Werner, Jr.: 8 points, 3 assists, 4 steals
Rory Lewis: 26 points
Esteban Kovacs: 5 points, 6 assists, 4 steals
Miguel Pavao: 6 points, 3 rebounds
Stefan Anderson: 9 points, 4 assists, 5 rebounds
Jason Werner: 9 points, 11 rebounds
Thomas Apfel, Jr.: 2 points, 3 steals
Janos Giuranna: 2 points, 5 rebounds

Team Total FG: 27
Team Total 3FG: 9 (Lewis 8, Kovacs)
Team Total FT: 4-8

RCC: Isaiah Taft 3, Josh Sadowski 1, Aaron Sadowski 2.

Team Total FG: 2
Team Total 3FG: 1 (Taft)
Team Total FT: 1-1

americanAmerican 64 Midstate Christian 8

American School for the Deaf Varsity Boys basketball team opened the season with a resounding 64-8 victory over Midstate Christian. First string played for half of the first quarter before giving away to second string and third string. Second and third string played out the rest of the game. Jey Cruz notched 13 points and six steals in his varsity debut. Andrew Parent scored nine points, several players contributed 4-6 points each. Andrew Ray Taylor scored eight points in less than four minutes of action. Focus from the second quarter on was skill development and passing. (Contributed by Athletic Director Mason Wood)

pennsylvaniaPennsylvania 45 New Jersey 16

We traveled to New Jersey School for the Deaf (NJSD) for our first basketball game and the boys were ready to go along with some of our new players who did really. The top scorers were Jacob Cross with 12 points, seven rebounds, and five steals. Nasir Ford had 16 points, four rebounds, four steals, and four blocks. Peter Dammer finished with eight points and three rebounds. Hazim Haroun grabbed five rebounds and newcomer Darnell Godbolt had four points. (Contributed by Athletic Director Matt Bujak)

PSD 15-17-6-7 = 45
NJSD 2--4-2-8 = 16

Halftime - Pennsylvania led 35-6.

mississippiMount Olive 49 Mississippi 38

Mark Campbell had team high 15 points and four steals for Mississippi and Kenmarkis Meeks added 13 points with three steals and three assists.

MSD  7-11-10-10 = 38
MO 13-14—-8-14 = 49

Halftime - Mount Olive led 27-18.

MSD (1-4): K. Meeks 13, Campbell 15, Wilson 2, Jones 5, Moore 2.

Team Total FG: 12-43
Team Total 3FG: 0-7
Team Total FT: 13-22

indianaBethesda Christian 67 Indiana 32

Jared Beckler scored team high 10 points, five rebounds, and three assists for Indiana. Jared Pothorski chipped in with eight points and five rebounds.

ISD (1-1): Beckler 10, Jenkins 2, Bippus 9, Dickerson 3, Pothorski 8.

Team Total FG: 9-28
Team Total 3FG: 2-16 (Beckler, Dickerson)
Team Total FT: 8-19

Tennessee - Vikings Basketball fall to Hancock County. 62-35. DeSean Freeman led with 14 points and six rebounds.

Texas 50 KIPP Austin 30

KIPP (4-2)  9--5--3-13 = 30
TSD (3-0) 17-12-14--7 = 50

Halftime - Texas led 29-14.

Prep Basketball Roundup - November 30

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Boys Basketball

lexingtonLexington 65 Summit Nyack 18

Lexington cruised to an easy league win against Summit Nyack behind Timar Harris’ team high 17 points. Jordan Laikram had a double-double with 12 points and 12 rebounds along with two blocks.

SNS   2--9--5--2 = 18
LSD 14-10-22-19 = 65

Halftime - Lexington led 24-11.

LSD
Timar Harris: 17 points, 2 assists, 2 steals
Jordan Laikram: 12 points, 12 rebounds, 3 steals, 2 blocks
Jayden Orland: 12 points, 3 steals
Aaron Laikram: 11 rebounds, 2 blocks
Steve Salmon: 8 points, 9 rebounds, 4 assists
Tayqwan Richardson: 4 points, 10 rebounds
Jovanni Vega: 7 points
David Perez: 3 points
Adem Mahassin: 2 points

Metro League: 2-0

floridaFlorida 67 Taylor Pierson 59

It's nice to follow up a win with another one the next night. We're still far from perfect but will take a 2-0 start to the season. We improved in some areas of our game, but regressed in some others. We will need our bench players to start to step up soon if we want to maintain this nice momentum we've got going for us now. (Contributed by Head Coach Eric LeFors)

FSDB 16-14-21-16 = 67
TAY   20-15-11-12 = 58

Halftime - Taylor Pierson led 35-30.

FSDB (2-0): Yahir Rodriguez 20, Quintin Galpine 19, Wallace Burrell 12, Enow Otto 8, Samy Vital 4, Cody Newsome 4.

Girls Basketball

floridaTaylor Pierson 27 Florida 21

Yesterday night, the Varsity Lady Dragons had our third straight game at Taylor (Pierson). Our girls were not 100% physically and mentally ready for the game. We moved slowly on both offenses and defenses. We missed many shots near the basket. We made many turnovers. However, we know the girls will work hard and improve some during our practices. (Contributed by Head Coach Joy Moers)

FSDB
Points: Ja’Myra Harris 9, Lourdine Jordonne 6, Olivia Brown 4, Keliah Williams 2
Steals: Olivia Brown 5, Ja’Myra Harris 3, Keliah Williams 2, Samantha Suarez 2
Rebounds: Lourdine Jordonne 8, Samantha Suarez 8, Keliah Williams 6, Shanna Cooley 3
Assists: Olivia Brown 2, Samantha Suarez 2, Lourdine Jordonne 1

riversideRiverside Prep 37 Riverside 26

Riverside could not get any offense going with the team shooting just 19% from the field as they fell to Riverside Prep at the Knights Classic basketball tournament. Alexandra Monge had team high eight points and Lily DeSimone grabbed 10 rebounds.

RP    10-15--8-4 = 37
CSDR 6--5-10-5 = 26

Halftime - Riverside Prep led 25-11.

CSDR (1-1): Williams 1, Fry 2, Ruiz 2, Salazar 4, Monge 8, Blakery 2, Metzner 7.

Team Total FG: 7-36
Team Total 3FG: 1-7 (Monge)
Team Total FT: 9-16

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Boys Basketball

new-yorkNew York 46 Green Meadows Waldorf School 38

In the first quarter, we took the control with a 16-point lead at 20-4. For the next two quarters, our boys got too comfortable and did not play hard on offense but did well with our defense. As we went into the 4th quarter, we were up by 16 points. GMWS finally found their offense as we continued to struggle with ours and they made a big 13-4 in the first five minutes and our lead shrunk to 42-31. We fought hard with our defense which allowed us to stop GMWS’ offense. With an under minute left, we took control of the game with our defense and didn’t allow GMWS any more points. Sophomore Jaykuss played very well with 17 points and two assists. Junior Alnord added 11 points and nine rebounds. (Contributed by Head Coach Nicolas Tegni)

NYSD 20-8-8-10 = 46
GMWS 4-8-8-18 = 38

Halftime - New York led 28-12.

Jaykuss Figueroa: 17 points, 2 assists, 4 steals
Alnord Deski: 11 points, 9 rebounds,
Yazeed Al-Khatib: 6 points, 2 assists
Joshua Crawford-Ponder: 4 points, 3 rebounds, 1 block

Girls Basketball

new-yorkGreen Meadows Waldorf School 32 New York 27

We played our first game against Green Meadow Waldorf at Spring Valley, NY. We were down by nine points in the first half. New York worked hard to grab a lead after 2:43 minutes by one point in the second half but unfortunately we could not hold onto it. Silmara Campos led with 12 points and Kiara Herrara had 10 points. In addition, Samantha Pon had 14 rebounds. (Contributed by Head Coach John Diehl)

NYSD  2-4-11-10 = 27
GMWS 6-9--2-15 = 32

Halftime - Green Meadows Waldorf led 15-6.

Coaching basketball through sign language

By Josh Christensen

Mount Vernon HSMT. VERNON, Iowa (KCRG-TV9) -- As boys on the Mt. Vernon basketball team learn a thing or two about the sport they're planning, it's not just X's and O's, they're learning skills through sign language and an interpreter.

Jeff Dahle is a volunteer coach for the Mustangs now for his second year. He has been deaf since he was a toddler.

Read more & view video: http://www.kcrg.com/content/news/Coaching-basketball-through-sign-language-460889533.html

Source: KCRG-TV9

Prep Basketball Roundup - November 29

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Boys Basketball

floridaFlorida 64 Halifax Academy 58

What a great season opening win, especially on our home court. It was a wildly entertaining back-n-forth basketball game, for the fans at least. As for the coaches, we probably lost more hair follicles than we would have liked. A lot of "first game of the season" stuff happened. But there were a lot of good things, too. What you won't see below in the stats are the glue plays by Wallace Burrell and Quintin Galpine. They kept our team composed and their teammates in the right place. (Contributed by Head Coach Eric LeFors)

HA     17-20--8-18 = 58
FSDB 17-17-15-15 = 64

Halftime - Florida led 34-32.

FSDB (1-0): Yahir Rodriguez 16, Enow Otto 16, Samy Vital 12, Cody Newsome 9, Wallace Burrell 5, Quintin Galpine 4, Josiah Roberson 2.

kansasKansas 61 Alta Vista 21

Jayman Washington picked up a double-double with 27 points and 14 rebounds for Kansas. Marcus Aiken added 12 points and five rebounds.

AV     0--6-12-3 = 21
KSD 15-19-20-7 = 61

Halftime - Kansas led 34-6.

KSD
Jayman Washington: 27 points, 14 rebounds
Raul Melgar: 9 points, 6 rebounds
Marcus Aiken: 12 points 5 rebounds
Tayte McCaskey: 8 points, 6 rebounds

Team Total FG: 22
Team Total 3FG: 2
Team Total FT: 11-26

kentuckyRiverside Christian 43 Kentucky 40

It was Kentucky’s first game of the season. Kentucky got to a fast start building a 9-4 lead in the first five minutes of the game but Riverside Christian closed the gap with a 6-0 run to take a 10-9 lead at end of first quarter. Kentucky was unable to handle Riverside Christian’s full court pressure and we tried to catch up and made a run in the final quarter but it was too late.

Aaron Howard led Kentucky with 24 points and 18 rebounds followed by Payne Yance with 13 points and three assists. Richard Ward grabbed eight rebounds. (Contributed by Coach Leslie Stayer, Jr.)

KSD 9--7--5-19 = 40
RC 10-11-14--8 = 43

Halftime - Riverside Christian led 21-16.

KSD (0–1): Yance 13, Howard 24, Dorn 2, Collins 1.

RC (1-1): Petty 4, P. Champ 11, Voth 9, Baker 15, C. Champ 4.

atlanta-areaHorizon Christian 80 Atlanta Area 36

Atlanta Area met their match in Horizon Christian who came in the game as defending state champions. Marquise King scored 20 points with 8 rebounds for Atlanta Area. Ahmeen Stackhouse added eight points with 11 rebounds and a block.

texasTexas 88 Sci-Tech Prep 13

We played two easy opponents and we are looking forward to tougher opponents this weekend when we participate in Feast Invitational Tournament. (Contributed by Head Coach Andy Donatich)

Game #1 - Texas 58 Tribe Consolidated 37

BTCHS 7--5-11-14 = 37
TSD   15-11-20-12 = 58

Game #2 - Texas 88 Sci-Tech Prep 13

STP    6--0--7--0 = 13
TSD 14-24-18-32 = 88

Halftime - Texas led 38-6.

indianaIndiana 86 Christel House Academy 77

Jared Blecker led Indiana in a high-scoring affair against Christel House with 36 points hitting on seven treys. Jerrick Pothorski had team high seven rebounds and Kyle Jenkins had four steals.

CHW 15-22-22-18 = 77
ISD   27-25-23-11 = 86

Halftime - Indiana led 52-37.

ISD (1-0): Dramin 8, Blecker 36, Jenkins 17, Bippus 8, Edwards 1, Kanable 2, Dickerson 14.

Team Total FG: 22-36
Team Total 3FG: 11-24 (Dramin 2, Blecker 7, Dickerson 2)
Team Total FT: 9-19

arkansasFaulkner County Falcons Homeschool 37 Arkansas 27

Shaq'Ke Robinson had 13 points, 17 rebounds, and four blocks for Arkansas.

FCF 5-13-16-3 = 37
ASD 8--3-10-6 = 27

Halftime - Faulkner County Falcons Homeschool led 18-11.

ASD (0-4): Sission 2, Pompeo 10, Khan 2, Robinson 13.

Team Total FG: 11-34
Team Total 3FG: 0-2
Team Total FT: 5-13

mississippiMize 59 Mississippi 52

Mississippi kept the game with Mize close throughout but could not overtake them as they fell 59-52. Kenmarkis Meeks paced Mississippi with 26 points and five rebounds. Mark Campbell added 13 points and dished out five assists.

MHS 16--9-20-14 = 59
MSD 13-11-16-12 = 52

Halftime - Mize led 25-24.

MSD (1-3): K. Meeks 26, Thomas 3, Campbell 13, Jones 5, Nelson 2, Moore 3.

Team Total FG: 13-34
Team Total 3FG: 5-17 (K. Meeks 2, Campbell 2, Moore 1)
Team Total FT: 11-22

new-yorkNew York 46 Green Meadows Waldorf School 38

Jaykuss Figueroa had team high 17 points and four steals to lead New York to a season opening win. Alnord Deski grabbed team high nine rebounds along with 11 points.

NYSD 20-8-8-10 = 46
GMWS 4-8-8-18 = 38

Halftime - New York led 28-12.

NYSD (1-0): Tejeda 2, Deski 11, Gonzalez 4, Al-Khatib 6, Figueroa 17, Crawford-Ponder 4, Panganiban 2.

Team Total FG: 14-20
Team Total 3FG: 3-7 (Deski, Al-Khatib 2)
Team Total FT: 3-7

georgiaJacksonville Christian 74 Georgia 40

Demarco Brown had 36 of the team’s 40 points for Georgia in a loss to Jacksonville Christian.

Girls Basketball

fremontFremont 58 Cornerstone Christian 31

We had a quick start starting 6-0 before ending the first quarter up 8-6. The team’s chemistry was not there yet, but at the start of the second quarter we clicked and went on a 19-0 run. The team defense stepped up big time.

At the second half we controlled the tempo. Cornerstone Christian tried to catch up by shooting 3s, but the lead we built was too much as CSD pulled away comfortably with a 27 point victory margin.

Overall, CSD shot 41% from the field, 42 rebounds, 27 steals and 19 assists as a team. Three players finished with five steals each.

Sophomore Mahlia Thornton led the scoring with 14 and six rebounds with one block.
Junior Malia Zornoza had a double-double, finishing with 11 points, 10 rebounds, six assists, five steals and a block.

Our record stands at 1-0, with the Nike Central Valley Showdown (16-team tournament) coming up at Clovis West High School in Fresno. We will face Central in the first round this Thursday. (Contributed by Head Coach Joshua Weinstock)

CC   6–-0–13-12 = 31
CSD 8-19-20-11 = 58

Halftime - Fremont led 27-6.

marylandMaryland 54 Garrison Forest School 25

Junior Cassidy Perry turned in a dominant performance to lead Maryland to a season-opening win. Perry picked up a double-double with 16 points and 17 rebounds along with six blocks. Ernelina Beldon poured in 16 points and was in for three steals.

GFS    2--8--9--6 = 25
MSD 14-12-18-10 = 54

Halftime - Maryland led 26-10.

​MSD
S. Herzig-Wilcox: 4 points, 1 rebound, 1 assist
A. Patterson: 5 points, 4 rebounds
C. Perry: 16 points, 17 rebounds, 5 steals, 1 assist, 6 blocks
R. Guettler: 13 points, 7 rebounds, 3 steals, 1 assist
H. Johnston-Shaw: 2 steals
E. Beldon: 16 points, 1 rebound, 3 steals
M. Luebehusen: 5 rebounds, 1 steal
E. Kovacs: 3 rebounds, 1 steal

Team Total FG: 21
Team Total 3FG: 1 (Beldon)
Team Total FT: 9-17

GFS: Coldiron 5, Hucks 2, Gotleib 2, Cowling 2, Howell 14.

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

mississippiMississippi 66 Mize 26

Mississippi was led by Alexis Roberts with 29 points for a lopsided win against Mize.

MHS   7--6-12--1 = 26
MSD 15-20-11-20 = 66

Halftime - Mississippi led 35-13.

MSD (4-0): Alexis Roberts 29, Raegan Hendrix 16, Nilah O'Rey 12.

kansasKansas 45 Alta Vista 36

With a 35-17 lead to start the fourth quarter, Kansas had built up a lead large enough to hold off Alta Vista’s rally in the fourth quarter. Kaylee Wells led all scorers for Kansas with 22 points followed by Madison Welch with 10 points and 20 rebounds.

AV     4-5--8-19 = 36
KSD 11-9-15-10 = 45

Halftime - Kansas led 20-9.

KSD
Kaylee Wells: 22 points, 2 steals
Madison Welch: 10 points, 20 rebounds, 4 steals
Tiadra Vang: 9 points, 2 rebounds
Taylor Wise: 2 points, 8 rebounds
Ravin Greene: 2 points, 7 rebounds

floridaFlorida 41 Halifax Academy 18

The Lady Dragons had their first home game tonight against Halifax Academy and we picked up our first win. Olivia Brown led the team with 18 points and eight steals. Lourdine Jordonne had team high 11 rebounds with 16 points and three steals. (Contributed by Head Coach Joy Moers)

HA      2-6--7-3 = 18
FSDB 15-6-12-9 = 41

Halftime - Florida led 21-8.

atlanta-areaHorizon Christian 21 Atlanta Area 20

Atlanta Area lost a heartbreaker to Horizon Christian last night, 21-20. Tatiana Malone powered Atlanta Area with eight points, eight rebounds, three steals, and a block. Madison Scott chipped in with eight points and Brianna Thigpen pulled down 11 rebounds.

kentuckyPortland Christian 48 Kentucky 7

Abriana Norris had eight rebounds for Kentucky. We need to cut down on our turnovers as we had 32 turnovers. Our girls tried their best but Portland Christian was too much for us. (Contributed by Head Coach Billy Lange)

PC 12–12–12–12 = 48
KSD 4–-2–-0–-1 = 7

Halftime - Portland Christian led 24-6.

PC (1-0): Lydia Cyrus 11, Ellie Heid 10, Adr: Wilson 2, Taylor Mulvey 2, Jen Miles 3, Alainey Williams 2, Hannah Taylor 12, Gracie Alvey 2, Barley Haynes 2, Sarah Ghoul 2.

KSD (0-1): Keaura Davis 5, Abriana Norris 2.

indianaLutheran 58 Indiana 32

Indiana and Lutheran were tied at end of first quarter before the hosts pulled a 26-3 run in the second quarter to put the game out of reach for Indiana. Kalena Bumbala led Indiana with 11 points.

ISD 10--3--8-11 = 32
LUT 10-26-16--6 = 58

Halftime - Lutheran led 36-13.

ISD (1-5): Kate Lorenzo 7, Caitlyn Smith 5, Kalena Bumbala 11, Anya Pothorski 6, Annalise Alberti 3.

LUT (3-4): Lauren Hedges 3, Rylee Morris 16, Erin Pasch 17, Jaden Seller 3, Chloe Andre 2, Mariah Mielke 1, Darianne Snyder 5, Anna Caster 2, Katie Hopkins 9.

arkansasFaulkner County Falcons Homeschool 42 Arkansas 21

Alerys Henriquez led Arkansas with eight points and 20 steals. Teammate Cieara Williams added five points and eight rebounds.

FCF 13-12-6-11 = 42
ASD  3--2-8--8 = 21

Halftime - Faulkner County Falcons Homeschool led 25-6.

ASD (0-3): Albarran 4, Williams 5, Rhodes 2, Stufflebean 2, Herniquez 8.

Team Total FG: 10-34
Team Total 3FG: 0-0
Team Total FT: 1-2

new-yorkGreen Meadows Waldorf School 32 New York 27

After being down at the half by nine points, New York rallied in the third quarter to the tie the game at 17-all. In the final quarter, New York was outlasted by Green Meadows as the team came up short, 32-27. Freshman Silmara Campos led New York with 12 points and three assists. Samantha Pon had team high 14 rebounds and three blocks.

NYSD  2-4-11-10 = 27
GMWS 6-9--2-15 = 32

Halftime - Green Meadows Waldorf led 15-6.

NYSD (0-1): Campos 12, S. Pon 2, Perez 2, Herrera 10, B. Pon 1.

Team Total FG: 12-37
Team Total 3FG: 0-3
Team Total FT: 3-7

georgiaJacksonville Christian 50 Georgia 46

Chynah Johnson led Georgia with 30 points followed by Jordan Hall with eight points in a loss to Jacksonville Christian.

Monday, November 27, 2017

Boys Basketball

oklahomaBray-Doyle 61 Oklahoma 33

We were good at halftime being down just by three, 26-23 but we ran out of gas in the second half. (Contributed by Head Coach Chris Reagle)

 
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