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Prep Girls Basketball Roundup - January 17

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

washingtonWashington 45 Battle Ground 14

Washington cruised at home with LeAnna Clearbrook and Ashantay Truong leading the way. Clearbrook had 10 points, four rebounds, and three steals. Truong added six points, 11 rebounds, and five steals. Annie Kvamme grabbed 10 rebounds and chipped in with seven points.

BG    2--0--6-6 = 14
WSD 9-15-12-9 = 45

Halftime - Washington led 24-2.

WSD (3-5/0-3): Ashantay Truong 6, Emma McKinney 12, Annie Kvamme 7, LeAnna Clearbrook 10, Kelly Gutierrez 6, Ashley Balcazar 2, Davine Lowe 2.

lexingtonLexington 53 New York 18

Lexington remained perfect on the season with a lopsided road win against New York. Heidy De La Rosa put in 23 points and five steals. Gigi Zheng added 15 points and grabbed seven rebounds.

LSD 14-12-9-18 = 53
NYSD 5--2-7--4 = 18

Halftime: Lexingon led 26-7.

LSD (5-0):
Heidy De La Rosa: 23 points, 2 assists, 5 steals, 2 blocks
Gigi Zheng: 15 points, 7 rebounds, 3 steals, 2 blocks
May Tun: 8 points, 7 rebounds, 2 assists, 3 steals, 1 block
Dorgianny Flores: 5 points, 3 rebounds, 3 assists, 7 steals
Yenifer Garcia: 2 points, 5 rebounds, 4 assists, 2 steals, 1 block

marylandMaryland 44 Greater Grace Christian 34

Juniors Cassidy Perry and Rajena Guettler teamed up to pace Maryland to a league win. Perry put in team high 18 points and 10 rebounds while Guettler added 12 points with team beset 16 rebounds. Ernelina Beldon also had 12 points along with four assists.

GGC  7-10-9--8 = 34
MSD 15-15-4-10 = 44

Halftime - Maryland led 30-17.

​MSD (11-4):
A. Glennon: ​1 assist
​A. Patterson: 1 rebound
C. Perry: 18 points, 10 rebounds, 2 steals, 3 assists
R. Guettler: 12 points, 16 rebounds, 2 steals, 3 assists
H. Johnston-Shaw: 2 points, 5 rebounds
E. Beldon: 12 points, ​1 rebound, 1 steal, 4 assists
​M. Luebehusen: ​1 rebound

​Team Total FG: 15
Team Total 3FG: 2 (Beldon 2)
Team Total FT: 8-17​

​GGC: H. Lynch 8, J. Chandler 14, M. Weyer 9, M. Medley 3.

Team Total FG: 13
Team Total 3FG: 2 (Weyer, Medley)​
​Team Total FT: 2-9​

Western Pennsylvania - Danielle Fisher had six points and Ryane Smalley scored five in a 45-15 loss to Portersville Christian to fall to 5-6 on the season.

Tuesday, January 9, 2018

fremontFremont Christian 39 Fremont 37

Our second league matchup, and first game of 2018 was a difficult game for our team. We had a fast start to a big 27-15 halftime lead and were confident heading into the second half as we defeated Fremont Christian 49-27 earlier this season at the CSD Classic tournament.

However the second half was a different game as the players lost focus on the offensive and defensive side of the ball. The team may have been looking ahead to the upcoming Clerc Classic Basketball tournament, and forgot to handle business in this game.

A good lesson learned for our team. All the credit to Fremont Christian for playing hard in the second half and not giving up. We will play them again on January 18 for the third time this season on their home court. Fremont Christian snapped our 9-game winning streak.

Overall, CSD had 37 points on 30% shooting, 25 rebounds, 9 assists, 14 steals and 1 block. (Contributed by Head Coach Joshua Weinstock)

FCS   9–-6–14–10 = 39
CSD 14–13–-2–-8 = 37

Halftime - Fremont led 27-15.

Top Players
Malia Zornoza: 17 points, 7 rebounds, 7 steals, 1 assist
Hannah Wetzel: 6 points, 5 rebounds, 2 steals, 2 assists, 1 block
Chloe Harmount: 6 points, 1 rebound, 2 steals, 1 assist

americanAmerican 20 Marie Philip 16

This game was closely contested throughout with MPS leading 11-8 at halftime. ASD which plays with just five players, saw Emily P. foul out in the second half while ASD was leading 16-13 with three minutes remaining. MPS was able to break through the diamond defense and ASD was unable to hold the lead once Oriana F. joined Emily P. on the sideline fouling out as well. Girls are now 6-4 on the season. (Contributed by Athletic Director Mason Wood)

Wednesday, January 10 to Saturday, January 13, 2018

fremontFremont @ Clerc Classic Tournament (Contributed by Head Coach Joshua Weinstock)

January 11, Pool Play #1

The battle of the Eagles was a challenging test for our team as it is not easy to play the host team at Clerc Classic. The game was close at the first half as Model matched our intensity and speed backed by their crowd. However we outran them in the second half keyed with a 12-0 run in the third quarter.

Overall, CSD had 49 points on 38% shooting, 45 rebounds, 12 assists, 10 steals, and 2 blocks.

CSD 14-11-14-10 = 49
MSSD 7-11--4-09 = 31

Halftime - Fremont led 25-18.

Top Players
Malia Zornoza: 19 points, 11 rebounds, 5 steals, 2 assists, 2 blocks
Hannah Wetzel: 14 points, 7 rebounds, 4 assists, 3 steals
Kiara Morris-Dadzie: 6 points, 10 rebounds, 1 steal

CSD vs MSSD Game Highlights -

January 12, Pool Play #2

This matchup was an instant classic, and considered to be the best girls game of the tournament. It was a heartbreaker for the CSD players to be denied the chance to play in the championship game in the fashion that we did.

Maryland began strong and went up 10-3 in the first quarter before CSD regrouped with a 10-2 run to get the first lead of the game 13-12 during the second quarter.

The second half was a back-and-forth battle with multiple lead changes. Players on both teams came up with unforgettable game-changing plays at big moments including three 3-pointers in the fourth quarter by CSD.

Overall, CSD had 31 points on 23% shooting, 28 rebounds, 9 assists, and 8 steals.

MSD 10-5-4-13 = 32
CSD   7-8-5-11 = 31

Halftime - Tied 15-15.

Top Players
Malia Zornoza: 13 points, 7 rebounds, 3 steals
Mahlia Thornton: 7 points, 9 rebounds
Hannah Wetzel: 6 points, 2 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 steal

CSD vs MSD Game Highlights -

January 13, 3rd/4th Place

The Eagles were still heartbroken from the previous game and did not have our full focus against the hungry Indiana team in the third/fourth place game.

ISD began to run away in the second and third quarter going up 35-20 before CSD made a last push going on a 13-3 run to make it 37-33 with two minutes remaining. Indiana protected their lead by making free throws down the stretch to secure the win.

Overall CSD had 34 points on 31% shooting, 37 rebounds, 9 assists, 5 steals, and 2 blocks.

CSD 10-4--8-12 = 34
ISD  13-9-13--8 = 43

Halftime - Indiana led 22-14.

Top Players
Malia Zornoza: 12 points, 5 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 steal, 1 block
Jada Dawson: 12 rebounds, 5 assists, 3 steals, 1 block
Hannah Wetzel: 5 points, 4 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 steal

CSD vs ISD Game Highlights -

Overall, CSD is now 10-6 (1-1 Bay Counties League) with 10 games remaining (all league games) on the season schedule. Our team's main focus is to finish the season strong in the League Playoffs and clinch the top seed in the North Coast Section as we are currently #2, while our long time nemesis Emery is predicted to be #1. We defeated Emery 42-36 earlier in the season.

Prep Boys Basketball Roundup - January 17

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

lexingtonNew York 48 Lexington 38

Lexington pulled a 17-2 run in the third quarter to overtake New York going into the fourth quarter with a 33-22 lead. That run was wiped out when New York responded with a 26-5 run of their own handing the visitors a loss, 48-38. Timar Harris had team high 14 points for Lexington and Jordan Laikram had team best six rebounds.

LSD     7-8-17--5 = 38
NYSD 13-7--2-26 = 48

Halftime - New York led 20-15.

LSD Leaders (5-5):
Points: Timar Harris 14, Jayden Orlang 8, Jordan Laikram 6
Rebounds: Jordan Laikram 6, Timar Harris 5
Steals: Steve Salmon 3, Jayden Orlang 3

rochesterRochester 46 Destiny Christian 43

The boys basketball won their second game of the season over Destiny Christian last night. Bode Aggas recorded a double-double with 18 points, 15 rebounds, six assists, five blocks, and four steals. Clarence Market also had a double-double with 17 points and 22 rebounds. The 22 rebounds is a personal record for Market. (Contributed by Head Coach Anthony Palmer)

DC 16-11--6-10 = 43
RSD 9-14-13-10 = 46

Halftime - Destiny Christian led 27-23.

RSD (2-8): Aggas 18, Ruper 3, Maldonado 2, Market 17, Walshvelo 2, Michalek 4.

Team Total FG: 14-43
Team Total 3FG: 4-17 (Aggas 3, Ruper)
Team Total FT: 6-13

marylandMaryland 73 Greater Grace Christian 62

Jason Werner racked up 27 points and 10 rebounds to pace Maryland to a league win. Jaden Joseph chipped in with 12 points, 11 rebounds, and four assists.

GGC   5-18-22-17 = 62
MSD 12-18-21-22 = 73

Halftime - Maryland led 30-23.

MSD (15-2):
Jaden Joseph: 12 points, 11 rebounds, 4 assists
John Werner, Jr.: 7 points, 4 rebounds, 4 assists
Rory Lewis: 6 points, 5 rebounds
Esteban Kovacs: 6 points, 4 assists
Stefan Anderson: 15 points, 8 rebounds, 4 steals, 3 assists
Jason Werner: 27 points, 10 rebounds

Team Total FG: 29
Team Total 3FG: 5 (Kovacs 2, Joseph, Lewis, Werner Jr.)
Team Total FT: 10-15

GGC: Austin Pellegrino 23, Sam Phillips 28, Colby Dunbar - 3, Zon Pettiford 2, Justin Lunch 5, Josiah Gattis 1.

Team Total FG: 22
Team Total 3FG: 3 (Pellegrino 2, Dunbar)
Team Total FT: 15-26

washingtonFirm Foundation 71 Washington 51

Washington fell in a league game as they were not able to keep up with Firm Foundation in the second half. Four players scored in double-digits for Washington with Cristian Martinez-White leading the way with 14.

WSD 14-13-13-11 = 51
FF    18-14-22-17 = 71

Halftime - Firm Foundation led 32-27.

WSD (0-8/0-4): Cristian Martinez-White 14, Taylor Payne 13, Juan Ramirez 12, Jose Ramirez 12.

FF: Matt Fortes 1, Colton Close 11, Mike Olson 2, Kaden Richter 12, Evan Baker 4, Trayton Maunu 6, Andrew Rommel 15, Daniel Kogler 18, August Helmes 2.

Western Pennsylvania - David Harclerode had 12 points for Western Pennsylvania in a 36-24 loss to Portersville Christian.

Saturday, January 13, 2018

marie-philipMarie Philip 44 Lexington 33

We didn't have a good start with shots as we missed many shots for the first seven minutes before we finally scored. Good thing our defense kept the game close and allowed our offense to build a lead late in the first half, 16-12. For the second half, we started out better and led rest of the way. Solid defense and patience on our offense really paid off in this game. Lexington did play their best defense against us and they are definitely improved from last year. Senior Dylan Christoffels had his best game for the season of 2018 with 12 points, 18 rebounds, and nine assists. Christoffels missed a triple-double by one assist. (Contributed by Head Coach John Monahan)

LSD  4--8--9-12 = 33
MPS 3-13-20--8 = 44

Halftime - Marie Philip led 16-12.

MPS (7-5/2-2): Kyle Florio 9, Kacey Monahan 19, Wesley Silva 4, Dylan Christoffels 12.

Team Total FG: 14-30
Team Total 3FG: 4-19 (Florio 3, Monahan)

Lexington Leaders (5-4)
Points: Jayden Orlang 12, Steve Salmon 10
Rebounds: Aaron Laikram 7, Jordan Laikram 6, Tayqwan Richardson 6
Steals: Jayden Orlang 5, Timar Harris 3, Steve Salmon 3
Assists: Timar Harris 3, Jayden Orlang 2
Blocks: Jordan Laikram 2

Friday, January 12, 2018

marie-philipBoston University Academy 54 Marie Philip 44

Last Friday, we traveled to Boston University Academy to play against the mighty Terriers. We didn't have all of our starters and most of our young players had to step up their game. We didn't have a good start and BUA led 30-20 at halftime. Then we worked with a better second half and got us back in the game tied 38-38. BUA put two big baskets that put the game away from us. We missed some opportunities to cut their lead but BUA converted 6-of-6 free throws in the final minutes. Junior Kacey Monahan led the team with 23 points, nine rebounds, and four blocks. (Contributed by Head Coach John Monahan)

MPS 20-24 = 44
BUA 30-24 = 54

Halftime - Boston University Academy led 30-20.

MPS (6-5/2-2): Kyle Florio 7, Kacey Monahan 23, Wesley Silva 5, Dylan Christoffels 9.

Team Total FG: 8-31
Team Total 3FG: 4-13 (Florio, Monahan 2, Christoffels)
Team Total FT: 16-22

Tuesday, January 9, 2018

americanMarie Philip 54 American 41

Our first game back from winter break was sloppy and uncoordinated throughout the game. To make matters harder, the team was without two starters including Andrew Ray Taylor. Marie Philip played very well and controlled the game throughout giving us our first loss of the season. (Contributed by Athletic Director Mason Wood).

Thursday, January 11 to Saturday, January 13, 2018

americanAmerican @ Clerc Classic Tournament (Contributed by Athletic Director Mason Wood)

Indiana 66 American 39 - Quarterfinals

ASD drew Indiana to open the tournament. ASD raced out to a 5-0 lead before Indiana turned up the pressure on the Tigers utilizing their speed. The score was 33-18 at halftime and Indiana never looked back in the second half defeating ASD by a score of 66-39. Andrew Ray Taylor had 19 points, 12 rebounds, and seven blocks. Omar Sharif added eight points and Andrew Parent chipped in with six points.

Fremont 55 American 33 - Consolation Semifinals

Fremont raced out to an early lead, overwhelming the Tigers with defense and forcing multiple turnovers. The score was 41-20 at halftime. The Tigers did considerably better in the second half slowing down the tempo but were unable to make any runs in the game. Andrew Ray Taylor notched a triple-double with 10 points, 11 rebounds, and 11 blocks. Robert Milone had 12 points and Dylan Mallach chipped in with five points.

Arizona 55 American 45 (OT) - 7th Place

The Tigers faced Arizona School for the Deaf & Blind. This was the first basketball meeting between the two programs in their respective histories. American shook up the line-up seeking a spark but it yielded no results as the Tigers were down 9-4 after the first period. The second period was face paced at the teams entered halftime with Arizona leading 22-19. Arizona dominated the third period outscoring the Tigers 15-8 in the period. The Tigers were down by 10 points with under three minutes to play, were able to claw back into the game with a flurry of forced turnovers and breakaways. Andrew Ray Taylor tied the game with three seconds remaining in the contest at 43-all. In overtime, the Tigers energy was clearly gone as Arizona dominated the overtime period to win. Andrew Ray Taylor was selected to the All-Tournament team.

The tournament statistics not yet official, Andrew Ray Taylor's 11 block game on Friday is a Clerc Classic record if it holds, breaking the previous record of seven held by Teddy Eveland of MSSD in 2006. The team's 14 blocks, if it holds too would set a new record of blocks in a game. The current record is 10 by MSSD in 2006. Andrew Ray's 24 blocks through the tournament, if it holds would break Teddy Eveland's record of 18 set in 2006. The team notched 31 blocks (unofficial) through the weekend, if it holds, would set a new record, breaking MSSD's record of 27 also set in 2006. The boys record drops to 6-4 on the season.

Prep Basketball Roundup - January 15

Saturday, January 13, 2018

Maryland 81 Indiana 59

MVP Rory Lewis led Maryland with 27 points, eight rebounds, and three assists at the Clerc Classic championship game against Indiana. Stefan Anderson picked up a double-double with 17 points, 11 rebounds, and three assists. Anderson and John Werner, Jr. were named to the All-Tournament team.

Maryland earned its fifth overall championship at the Clerc Classic and first since 2016.

2018 Maryland Boys Clerc Classic Champs
2018 Boys Clerc Classic Champions - Maryland School for the Deaf  (Photo courtesy of MSSD Athletics)

ISD  13-13-15-18 = 59
MSD 13-20-26-22 = 81

Halftime - Maryland led 33-26.

MSD (14-2):
Jaden Joseph: 4 points, 4 rebounds, 3 assists
John Werner, Jr.: 7 points
Rory Lewis: 27 points, 8 rebounds 3 assists
Esteban Kovacs: 11 points, 5 rebounds, 3 steals
Eric Long: 2 points
Stefan Anderson: 17 points, 11 rebounds, 3 assists
Jason Werner: 13 points, 7 rebounds

Team Total FG: 26
Team Total 3FG: 10 (Anderson 3, Kovacs 3, Lewis 3, Werner Jr.)
Team Total FT: 19-22

ISD (5-6): Tyler Gordon 6, Joel Dramin 5, Jared Beckler 20, Kyle Jenkins 7, Franco Bippus 5, Jerell Edwards 4, Kolton Dickerson 8, Jerrick Pothorski 4.

Team Total FG: 21
Team Total 3FG: 8 (Beckler 5, Dickerson 2, Dramin)
Team Total FT: 9-14

Girls Basketball

We capped off a great weekend in Washington, D.C. by winning the Clerc Classic championship. Below is a quick 3-game recap and a list of All-Tournament/MVP selections.

Game 1 vs Riverside (Wednesday)
Texas won 52-17

Game 2 vs Indiana (Friday)
Texas won 56-35

Game 3 vs Maryland (Championship game)
Texas won 37-19

All Tournament Team:
Sunita Schmidjorg (Jr.)
Michaela Kelley (So.)

MVP - Jaelene Etkie (Sr.)

The players did a wonderful job on both ends of the court. I’m proud of the consistent patience and brilliance our team showed throughout the weekend. We now have a tough road to get through with district play set to start on Tuesday. (Contributed by Head Coach Brian Sipek)

2018 Texas Girls Clerc Classic Champs
2018 Girls Clerc Classic Champions - Texas School for the Deaf (Photo courtesy of MSSD Athletics)

lexingtonLexington 43 Marie Philip 15

Dorgianny Flores powered Lexington past Marie Philip on Saturday afternoon with 19 points, eight rebounds, and five steals. Gigi Zheng chipped in with 12 points and five rebounds.

LSD 17-26 = 43
MPS   8--7 = 15

Halftime: Lexington led 17-9.

LSD (4-0):
Dorgianny Flores: 19 points, 8 rebounds, 5 steals
Gigi Zheng: 12 points, 5 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 block
Heidy De La Rosa: 8 points, 4 assists
May Tun: 2 points, 5 rebounds, 4 assists, 4 steals
Yenifer Garcia: 2 points, 6 rebounds, 1 assist

Prep Girls Basketball Roundup - January 13

Friday, January 12, 2018

marylandMaryland 32 Fremont 31

Maryland escaped with a win when Fremont’s final shot at the buzzer did not go in. Rajena Guettler picked up a double-double leading Maryland with 16 points, 15 rebounds, four steals, and two assists.

Video by ASL Ballers captured the final moments of the game.

With the win, Maryland will face Texas in the championship game for the fourth straight year and the Orioles will look to extend their championship streak at Clerc Classic to five.

MSD 10-5-4-13 = 32
CSD   7-8-5-11 = 31

MSD (10-3):
S. Herzig Wilcox: 2 points, 5 rebounds, 1 steal
A. Patterson: 2 rebounds
C. Perry: 7 points, 5 rebounds, 2 steals, 5 assists, 1 block
R. Guettler: 16 points, 15 rebounds, 4 steals, 2 assists
E. Beldon: 7 points, 2 rebounds, 3 steals, 4 assists
M. Luebehusen: 2 rebounds

Team FG: 12
Team 3-FG: 1 (Beldon)
Team FT: 5-10

CSD (10-5): H. Wetzel 6, J. Dawson 2, M. Zornoza 13, K. Morris 3, M. Thornton 7

Team FG: 7
Team 3-FG: 4 (Wetzel 2, Zornoza, Morris)
Team FT: 5-8

Thursday, January 11, 2018

rochesterRochester 43 St. Mary's 21

The Wildcats took a lead 20-12 at halftime and we kept at it for the rest of the game to finish St. Mary’s with a 43-21 win. Courtney Gentzke scored 16 points while McKenna Girod earned 8 points and three rebounds. Cah'ryn Moquette grabbed eight rebounds and Emma Kane scored six points with three assists. (Contributed by Head Coach Charles Palmer)

Prep Boys Basketball Roundup - January 13

Friday, January 12, 2018

marylandMaryland 80 Riverside 41

Maryland opened the floodgates in the second quarter when they outscored Riverside 24-7 and cruised to a 80-41 victory in the semifinals at Clerc Classic. With the win, Maryland advances to the championship game where they will face the defending champion, Indiana.

Rory Lewis notched a double-double for Maryland with 27 points, 11 rebounds, five steals, and three assists.

CSDR 10--7-15--9 = 41
MSD  13-24-20-23 = 80

Halftime - Maryland led 37-17.

MSD (13-2):
Jaden Joseph: 3 points, 8 rebounds, 6 assists
John Werner, Jr.: 18 points
Rory Lewis: 27 points, 11 rebounds, 5 steals, 3 assists
Esteban Kovacs: 6 points, 7 assists, 6 rebounds
Eric Long: 4 points, 4 rebounds
Stefan Anderson: 6 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists
Jason Werner: 10 points, 3 rebounds, 1 block
Ethan Sheppeck: 4 points
Janos Giuranna: 2 points

Team Total FG: 31
Team Total 3FG: 12 (Lewis 6, Werner Jr. 5, Kovacs)
Team Total FT: 6-14

CSDR (8-3): Jacob Weiss 10, Desi Gonzales, Jr. 7, Elijah Watters 14, Paul Hernandez-McIntosh 6, Adonis Tauvalaau 2, Nathaniel Humpal 2.

Team Total FG: 19
Team Total 3FG: 1 (Gonzales)
Team Total FT: 2-6

americanFremont 55 American 33

Andrew Ray Taylor notched a triple double against Fremont with 10 points, 11 rebounds, and 11 blocks. Robert Milone had 12 points to lead the team and Dylan Mallach contributed five points. The team was unable to overcome 21 turnovers. (Reprinted and edited from ASD Athletics)

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

eastern-north-carolinaRocky Mount Academy 70 Eastern North Carolina 49

Eastern North Carolina suffered its first loss of the season to Rocky Mount Academy on Wednesday. Rocky Mount pulled away with a big second quarter when they went on a 30-7 run to lead 43-17 at the half.

Jeremiah Deans provided most of the offense for Eastern North Carolina with 40 points.

RMA     13-30--9-14 = 70
ENCSD 10--7-12-20 = 49

RMA: Cutshall 4, David 6, Snipes 4, Beddingfield 12, Pruden 10, Smelcer 20, Gazaway 8.

ENCSD (8-1): Robinson 1, Carlton 5, Vargus 1, Deans 40, Eason 2.

Prep Boys Basketball Roundup - January 12

Thursday, January 11, 2018

marylandMaryland 76 Arizona 18

Maryland jumped out to a huge lead early in the game and cruised to a 76-18 win against Arizona in the quarterfinals of the Clerc Classic. Four players scored in double digits with the Werner brothers leading the way with 14 each.

Maryland moves onto the semifinals where they will face Riverside this afternoon. Riverside pulled a big comeback defeating Model at the buzzer, 61-59.

ASDB  5--2--5--6 = 18
MSD 18-20-17-21 = 76

Halftime - Maryland led 38-7.

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

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

ASDB (10-4): Ryan Sanchez 3, Giovany Correa 3, John Gilbraith 2, Derek Worrell 10.

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

stmarysSt. Mary's 69 Rochester 29

Yesterday, The Herd stampeded their way east via Interstate 90 and headed to Rochester. Rochester, nicknamed “The Flower City” hosted the 7th annual I-90 Classic this year. The result was all roses for the Bison. The Bison came in ready for a battle with the Wildcats.

The game started out at a fast and furious pace with both teams setting out to establish themselves. The Bison managed to take the lead midway through the first quarter and then never looked back. The final result was a Bison win, 69-29.

Isa Habeeb finished with 21 points and eight boards while Nick Barrus had 18 points. Adnan Abdi came off the bench and scored eight points during his time on the court. Christian Lawrence had seven points and 14 rebounds. Dalton Planty, Ryan Brzezinski and newcomer Ethan Antone each had four points and Givon Blackwell finished with three points. The Bison showed a very balanced attack and executed their offense and pressure almost perfectly. (Contributed by Athletic Director Jim Carmody)

SMSD 17-18-19-15 = 69
RSD     7--9--2-11 = 29

Halftime - St. Mary’s led 35-14.

SMSD (3-0):
Givon Blackwell: 3 points
Nick Barrus: 18 points, 7 rebounds, 4 assists, 4 steals
Ethan Antone: 4 points, 2 rebounds, 1 assist, 2 steals
Tyler Burgard: 1 rebound
Kassim Kassim: 1 rebound, 2 assists, 3 steals
Christian Lawrence: 7 points, 14 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals
Jon Allen: 4 rebounds
Isa Habeeb: 21 points, 8 rebounds, 4 assists, 2 steals
Adnan Abdi: 8 points, 7 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 steal
Dalton Planty: 4 points, 10 rebounds, 5 assists
Ryan Brzezinski: 4 points, 4 rebounds, 1 block

Team Total FG: 33-77
Team Total 3FG: 0-4
Team Total FT: 3-14

rhode-islandBlackstone Valley Prep 49 Rhode Island 31

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

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

BVP  29-20 = 49
RISD 21-10 = 31

Halftime - Blackstone Valley Prep led 29-21.

RISD (3-9): Jayden Elias 10, Timothy Jallah 10, Juan Fernandes 9, Mario Pachecho 2.

coloradoElbert 38 Colorado 34

Colorado was not able to hold onto its lead in the second half as Elbert rallied for a 38-34 win. DuChea High had team high 14 points for Colorado followed by Luis Blandon Romero with seven.

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

Halftime - Colorado led 23-18.

CSDB (2-6/0-1) DuChea High 7-0-2-14, Luis Blandon Romero 3-1-4-7, Angel Lopez 0-0-0-3, Isaac Rodriguez 0-0-0-3, Obed Orozco Salais 0-0-0-3, Vinny Garcia 0-2-4-2.

Team Total 3FG: 3 (Lopez, Rodriguez, Orozco Salais)

pennsylvaniaPennsylvania 49 New York 40

The Panthers came out playing their best giving all they had as they defeated the visiting New York Tornadoes. Nasir Ford had a big game with 34 points, six rebounds, and eight steals. Jacob Cross added 10 points, 10 rebounds, and five steals. (Contributed by Athletic Director Matt Bujak)

NYSD 8--6-12-14 = 40
PSD  6-17-16-10 = 49

Halftime - Pennsylvania led 23-14.

washingtonColumbia Adventist 58 Washington 27

Washington fell behind early against Columbia Adventist and could not erase the early deficit in a league loss. Taylor Payne led all scorers for Washington with nine followed by Jose Ramirez with eight.

CAA 20-13-15-10 = 58
WSD  2--8-13--4 = 27

Halftime - Columbia Adventist led 33-10.

WSD (0-7/0-3): Cristian Martinez-White 6, Ricardo Pineda 2, Taylor Payne 9, Juan Ramirez 2, Jose Ramirez 8.

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

rhode-islandRocky Hill 47 Rhode Island 22

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

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

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

Halftime - Rocky Hill led 21-6.

RISD (3-8): Mario Pacheco 13, Jayden Elias 6, Timothy Jallah 3.

new-mexicoCimarron 69 New Mexico 40

Our Roadrunners led the entire game until three minutes remained in the third quarter when junior Deven Thompson had foul trouble. We did not do our job for the rest of the game as we fell to Cimarron. Deven Thompson made 14 points and senior Jonathan Garcia scored 12 points. (Contributed by Head Coach Letty Perez)

NMSD 14-8--9--9 = 40
CHS  13-7-19-30 = 69

Halftime - New Mexico led 22-20.

NMSD (7-3): Brewer 6, Thompson 13, Lopez 2, Gracia 14.

Team Total FG: 12-28
Team Total 3FG: 3-13 (Gracia 3)
Team Total FT: 3-10

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