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Prep Boys Basketball Roundup - January 24

Tuesday, January 23, 2018

new-mexicoNew Mexico 77 Santa Fe Waldorf 76 - OT

What a thrilling game! Leo and I were very proud of our boys for their persistence and strong stamina. Not only that, our Roadrunners were great with handling the ball under pressure. Junior Deven Thompson made 44 points and 19 rebounds while senior Jonathan Garcia added 13 points along with eight assists. (Contributed by Head Coach Letty Perez)

Newspaper article - N.M. School for the Deaf continues remarkable run, outlasting Waldorf

SFW    21-12-13-21--9 = 76
NMSD 13-17-17-20-10 = 77

Halftime - Santa Fe Waldorf led 33-30.

floridaHalifax Academy 57 Florida 21

After hanging in there for the first quarter, we had no answer for Halifax's game. Halifax played extremely well, and we were flat. I'm hoping we can attribute this game to the Mason Dixon hangover. We have four games left this season to improve our win total. (Contributed by Head Coach Eric LeFors)

washingtonThree Rivers Christian 73 Washington 46

Taylor Payne had team high 19 points for Washington followed by Jose Ramirez with 18 in a league loss.

TRC  25-21-18-9 = 73
WSD 10-14-13-9 = 46

Halftime - Three Rivers Christian led 46-24.

WSD (0-10/0-6): Cristian Martinez-White 5, Taylor Payne 19, Juan Ramirez 4, Jose Ramirez 18.

Monday, January 22, 2018

new-mexicoNew Mexico 56 Academy Technology & Classics 34

At halftime, we had a 16-point lead and our starters did not do well in the third quarter so they were benched for a while. ATC grabbed that opportunity and they cut our lead to just eight points. Sending back in the first unit, the starters finally showed some aggressiveness and hustle. Junior Deven Thompson scored 37 points and grabbed 21 rebounds while senior Jonathan Garcia had 13 points. (Contributed by Head Coach Letty Perez)

Saturday, January 20, 2018

Lexington - Steve Salmon had 12 points and seven steals for Lexington in a 33-29 win against Pennsylvania. Jayden Orlang chipped in with 10 points.

Prep Girls Basketball Roundup - January 24

Tuesday, January 23, 2018

new-mexicoDesert Academy 32 New Mexico 31

Our players suffered another heartbreaking loss to Desert Academy in a thrilling game where we missed the game winning shot. Both teams were evenly matched and the team believed in themselves during the game. Before the game, majority of our players were dealing with illnesses, however, they played their hearts out all four quarters.

Senior guard, Antonia Martinez stepped up big time for us scoring 16 points, six steals, and two assists. Sophomore Mya Malone continued to be a presence for us on the glass with 13 rebounds, three steals, and eight points. Sophomore Lindsay Hand, who was sick as can be found a way to help contribute with three rebounds, four points and an assist. Freshman guard, Victoria Baca had a tough night at the point guard position, but still managed to help the team with five steals, three assists, and two rebounds. Sophomore Andrea Leyba grinded her way with three rebounds and two assists. Senior Sherrena Bob, did not show up on the stat sheet, however, she contributed with her presence on the court and helped spark the team with her positive attitude and support for her teammates. We would like to take the time to recognize our 8th grade player, Sophia Martinez, whose confidence has only continued to grow. The moment she steps onto the court she is always giving her all and plays aggressive, regardless of what we asked her to do. She scored her season high five points and is capable of contributing so much more for the team. (Contributed by Head Coach Roderick Stickley)

DA      5-9--8-10 = 32
NMSD 6-6-10--9 = 31

Halftime - Desert Academy led 14-12.

rochesterRochester 30 Union Springs 28 - OT

The Wildcats score just 14 points for the first three quarters. We were down 24-14 to start the fourth quarter. We were struggled with our offense as we couldn't make easy layups and break their defense. We did not have any answers for Union Spring up to that point. Our girls did not quit in the fourth quarter and we put up a 14-4 run to force the game into overtime and we finished the game with a ‘W’. (Contributed by Head Coach Charles Palmer)

RSD (9-2):
McKenna Girod: 10 points, 15 rebounds
Courtney Gentzke: 8 points, 7 rebounds

fremontFremont 63 Making Waves Academy 15

It was a balanced game by the Eagles as everyone picked up the pace after a slow first quarter. The team chemistry came back to where we left off at the end of 2017 before our winter break when we had our 10-game winning streak. The defense was consistent throughout all four quarters.

We look forward to our next game tomorrow on January 24 against California Crosspoint. After Crosspoint, we will have four straight away games before two final home games.

Overall CSD had 63 points on 39% shooting, 31 rebounds, 21 assists, 28 steals and 2 blocks. CSD is now 13-6 (4-1 Bay Counties League) on a 3-game winning streak. (Contributed by Head Coach Joshua Weinstock)

MWA 3--4--4--4 = 15
CSD 8-21-18-16 = 63

Halftime - Fremont led 29-7.

Top Players
Hannah Wetzel – 5 Points, 3 Rebounds, 9 Assists, and 5 Steals
Esther Biser – 10 Points, 5 Rebounds, 2 Assists, 5 Steals and 2 Blocks
Mahlia Thornton – 12 Points, 7 Rebounds, 1 Assist and 3 Steals

michiganMerritt 65 Michigan 6

We were overwhelmed with Merrit’s speed, athleticism, and lots of veterans players on their roster. Rina Manssora had three points and a steal. Violetta Colter also had three points, three steals, and a rebound.

We shot 5.7% (2-35) going 0-29 on field goals 2-6 on three-pointers. We were 0-4 at the charity stripe. (Contributed by Head Coach Lucas VanDalen)

MSD  0--3--0--3 = 6
MA 22-12-15-16 = 65

Halftime - Merritt led 34-3.

washingtonThree Rivers Christian 50 Washington 20

Kelly Gutierrez led Washington with 10 points in a league loss.

TRC 18-14-8-10 = 50
WSD  3--6-8--3 = 20

Halftime - Three Rivers Christian led 32-9.

WSD (3-7/0-5): Emma McKinney 2, LeAnna Clearbrook 6, Kelly Gutierrez 10, Etasha Stone 2.

Western Pennsylvania - Danielle Fisher had 12 points in a 23-22 loss to Trinity Christian. Cheyenne Sloan and Olivia Larson each had four points.

Prep Girls Basketball Roundup - January 23

Monday, January 22, 2018

missouriWellsville 55 Missouri 15

Melissa Davis scored five points for Missouri and Addiysn Tapella had 10 rebounds for Missouri.

MSD    2–-2--3--8 = 15
WHS 17-11-17-12 = 55

Halftime - Wellsville led 28-4.

MSD (1-9):
Melissa Davis: 5 points, 5 rebounds
Delanzia Hayes: 4 points, 3 rebounds
Addiysn Tapella: 2 points, 10 rebounds

WHS: Allison Area 19, Luck Schnitker 11.

Atlanta Area - Tatiana Malone had 15 points for Atlanta Area in a 23-22 league loss to Cottage School.

Prep Boys Basketball Roundup - January 23

Monday, January 22, 2018

marie-philipMarie Philip 65 International School of Boston 28

Two years ago, we lost to International School of Boston. They had different players and we were not able to compete with ISB's hot scorer. Last night was different. We came mentally prepared and played better. We started with a see-saw battle with ISB until Dylan Christoffels made a trey and that fired us up. We put up a 8-0 run and then led the entire way.

At halftime, MPS was up by 14 points. We became more relaxed in the second half and defended ISB well. Kacey Monahan had his best night with 30 points, 14 rebounds, and 4 blocks. Dylan Christoffels added 20 points, six rebounds, and three steals. Our bench players finally came out with some good shots, played good defense, and gained confidence in the game.

Dylan Christoffels is only nine points shy of scoring his 1,000th point. The last player that we had with 1,000 points was Ashley Kingston in 2013. It’s been five years since we had someone to reach that plateau. (Contributed by Head Coach John Monahan)

MPS 31-34 = 65
ISB  17-11 = 28

Halftime - Marie Philip led 31-17.

MPS (8-6/2-3): Ty Looney 1, Kacey Monahan 30, Wesley Silva 6, Dylan Christoffls 20, Amogne Kongel-Harmon 5, Dakota Rochette 1, Luke McBrine 2.

Team Total FG: 23-53
Team Total 3FG: 4-13 (Monahan, Christoffels 2, Kongel-Harmon)
Team Total FT: 7-11

marylandCatoctin 74 Maryland 41

Maryland’s 10-game win streak was snapped on the road last night in a non-league match. Stefan Anderson had team high 12 points for Maryland and Jason Werner had team best six rebounds.

MSD 10--7-13-11 = 41
CHS 19-13-14-28 = 74

Halftime - Catoctin led 32-17.

MSD (16-3):
Jaden Joseph: 6 points, 5 rebounds, 1 block
John Werner, Jr.: 4 points, 3 rebounds
Rory Lewis: 6 points, 3 rebounds
Eric Long: 4 points
Stefan Anderson: 12 points, 4 rebounds
Jason Werner: 7 points, 6 rebounds
Ethan Sheppeck: 2 points

Team Total FG: 14
Team Total 3FG: 2 (Anderson, Lewis)
Team Total FT: 11-21

CHS: Galvin Palmer 7, Bryant Palmer 18, Nathan Rednowers 5, Tristian Grimes 4, Dylan Reid 14, Connor Orndorff 21, C. Michael 5.

Team Total FG: 26
Team Total 3FG: 7 (B. Palmer 3, Orndorff, G. Palmer, Rednowers, Reid)
Team Total FT: 15-20

Saturday, January 20, 2018

kansasKansas 68 Iowa 23

Jayman Washington had a double-double for Kansas in a morning match against Iowa at the Missouri School for the Deaf homecoming weekend. Zander Symansky added 16 points and five steals.

ISD    8-10--5--0 = 23
KSD 20-17-20-11 = 68

Halftime - Kansas led 37-18.

KSD (8-6)
Jayman Washington: 18 points, 12 rebounds
Raul Melgar: 14 points, 2 assists
Zander Symansky: 16 points, 5 steals
Tayte McCaskey: 4 points, 4 rebounds

Team Total FG: 26-44
Team Total 3FG: 4
Team Total FT: 4-12

kansasKansas 78 Missouri 39

Kansas pulled away in the second quarter to defeat the homecoming weekend hosts, Missouri. Jayman Washington paced Kansas with 28 points, nine rebounds, and six assists. Zander Symansky and Tayte McCaskey each had 16 points.

KSD 18-26-19-15 = 78
MSD 13-12--8-12 = 39

Halftime - Kansas led 44-25.

KSD (9-6):
Jayman Washington: 28 points, 9 rebounds, 6 assists
Raul Melgar: 12 points, 2 assists
Zander Symansky: 16 points, 5 assists, 3 steals
Tayte McCaskey: 16 points, 4 rebounds

Team Total FG: 26-44
Team Total 3FG: 4
Team Total FT: 4-12

new-yorkNew York 44 Rhode Island 24

We decided to change our line-up with the first and second stringers. We started out cold but eventually found our groove and went on win the game. (Contributed by Head Coach Nicolas Tegni)

NYSD 22-22 = 44
RISD-  4-20 = 24

Halftime - New York led 22-4.

Team Total FG: 19-55
Team Total 3FG: 1-7 (Figueroa)
Team Total FT: 5-5

Points: Jaykuss Figueroa 15, Christian Gonzalez 8, Alnord Deski 6, Joshua Crawford-Ponder 6, Gregorio Ulerio 5
Rebounds: Alnord Deski 11, Jaykuss Figueroa 9, Thomas Kiani 4, Joshua Crawford-Ponder 4
Steals: Alnord Deski 3, Christian Gonzalez 3, Kevin Flores-Verdejo 3, Jaykuss Figueroa 3
Block: Ionut Constantinescu 1

Friday, January 19, 2018

kansasIllinois 51 Kansas 49 - OT

Illinois staged a rally in the fourth quarter to force the game with Kansas into overtime and took home the win. Jayman Washington and Tayte McCaskey each had 12 points for Kansas.

ISD 11--6-10-14-10 = 51
KSD  9-17-12--3--8 = 49

Halftime - Kansas led 26-17.

KSD (7-6):
Jayman Washington: 12 points, 7 rebounds
Raul Melgar: 6 points, 2 assists
Zander Symansky: 11 points
Tayte McCaskey: 12 points, 3 rebounds

Team Total FG: 18-50
Team Total 3FG: 1
Team Total FT: 10-22

new-yorkAmerican 78 New York 55

In the opening quarter, we got off a great start and built a 17-14 lead. ASD turned to full-court pressure in the second quarter causing us to commit turnovers and they took away the lead from us. We were not able to catch up with their big men as they controlled the paint. Jaykuss Figueroa had team-high 19 points and three assists. Christian Gonzalez added 14 points and four steals. (Contributed by Head Coach Nicolas Tegni)

ASD  14-20-22-22 = 78
NYSD 17--8-14-16 = 55

Halftime: American led 34-25.

Team Total FG: 19-59
Team Total 3FG: 3-12 (Figueroa 3)
Team Total FT: 16-25

Points: Jaykuss Figueroa 19, Christian Gonzalez 14, Alnord Deski 8, Fernando Tejeda 5
Rebounds: Alnord Deski 10, Jaykuss Figueroa 5, Christian Gonzalez 3
Steals: Christian Gonzalez 4, Alnord Deski 3, Jaykuss Figueroa 3
Assists: Jaykuss Figueroa 3, Christian Gonzalez 2, Alnord Deski 2
Block: Joshua Crawford-Ponder 1

Prep Boys Basketball Roundup - January 22

Saturday, January 20, 2018

pennsylvaniaLexington 33 Pennsylvania 29

We played in Lexington’s homecoming game last Saturday and the boys were ready for the challenge. It was a good back and forth game even though we lost. The boys worked hard and never gave up. Nasir Ford had 23 points while Jacob Cross had six points and 11 rebounds. Aquil Roane had five rebounds. (Contributed by Athletic Director Matt Bujak)

rhode-islandNew York 44 Rhode Island 24

The New York School for the Deaf-Fanwood came into town for a Division 1 vs. Divison 2 ESDAA match-up. The game started with great intensity on both sides but the inside game of NYSD proved to be too much for the Roosters. The final score was 44 to 24. Timothy Jallah scored nine points to go with his seven rebounds and Jayden Elias chipped in with eight points. (Contributed by Athletic Director Nathan Engel)

missouriIllinois 71 Missouri 39

Dakota Pierson scored team high 17 points and had three steals for Missouri in a morning homecoming game. Mikal Meriwether added 13 points and eight rebounds.

MSD 12--8-10--9 = 39
ISD 12-18-20-21 = 71

Halftime - Illinois led 30-20.

MSD (1-8):
Dacota Pierson: 17 points, 2 rebound, 3 steals
Mikal Meriwether: 13 points, 8 rebounds

ISD Jon Sander 13, Shannon McNeal 35.

missouriKansas 78 Missouri 39

Three players scored in double-digits for Missouri in a loss to Kansas. Dacota Pierson was the lead scorer with 20 points and Mikal Meriwether grabbed team best seven rebounds.

KSD 18-26-19-15 = 78
MSD 13-12--8-12 = 39

Halftime - Kansas led 44-25.

MSD (1-9)
Dacota Pierson: 20 points, 2 rebounds
Mikal Meriwether: 15 points, 7 rebounds
Hezeki Smoot: 10 points, 2 assists, 1 steal

KSD: Jayman Washington 28, Tayte McCaskey 16, Zander Symansky 16.

Friday, January 19, 2018

marie-philipChapel Hill Chauncy Hall 69 Marie Philip 58

Our MPS boys were looking for a payback game with Chapel Hill Chauncy Hall (CHCH). But it didn't work out at all as CHCH did well against us. We were prepared for their press defense from the beginning to the end. We were successful against them for most part of the game but fatigue had an effect on us. They kept subbing their five players every two to four minutes so they can keep their press defense on us. We didn't have enough boys to be able to play with their confidence.

We were down by 18 points then clawed back into game with a second half rally cutting their lead to just four points. Turnovers allowed CHCH to score 12 treys, that just simply killed us. I am still proud of our boys for refusing to give up. Our boys tried to pull a miracle comeback but it didn't happen. Senior Dylan Christoffels led the team with 22 points, 10 rebounds, and four assists while junior Kacey Monahan added 17 points, nine rebounds, and two blocks. (Contributed by Head Coach John Monahan)

Friday. January 19, 2018

pennsylvaniaPennsylvania 50 Delaware 18

We traveled to Delware School for the Deaf’s homecoming day and the boys were ready to go. They came out with a positive mind with great team work and recorded a win. Jacob Cross had 14 points, four steals while Nasir Ford had 26 points, and seven steals. Kevin Brown had four points and Aquil Roane had three points, eight rebounds, and six blocks. (Contributed by Athletic Director Matt Bujak)

missouriMissouri 55 Iowa 33

Mikal Meriwether had a huge game for Missouri racking up 24 points and 23 rebounds to lead the team to its first win on the year. Dacota Pierson added 15 points and three steals. Hezeki Smott chipped in with 12 points, five rebounds, and six steals.

ISD    8-13--6--6 = 33
MSD 16-10-16-13 = 55

Halftime - Missouri led 26-21.

MSD (1-7):
Mikal Meriwether: 24 points, 23 rebounds
Dacota Pierson: 15 points, 3 steals
Hezeki Smott: 12 points, 5 rebounds, 3 assists, 6 steals
Conner Luper: 2 points, 11 rebounds
Damar Washington: 2 points
Record 1 – 7

ISD: Layne Guerrero 18, Jayden Khol 9.

marylandMaryland 70 Perry Hall Christian 22

Perry Hall Christian was no match for Maryland as the Orioles cruised to a lopsided league win. Stefan Anderson was the go-to-guy with 31 points, 13 rebounds, four steals, and three assists. Jaden Joseph also had a double-double with 10 points, 11 assists, eight steals, and six rebounds.

MSD 16-14-20-20 = 70
PHC    3--1-12--6 = 22

Halftime - Maryland led 30-4.

MSD (16-2):
Jaden Joseph: 10 points, 11 assists, 8 steals, 6 rebounds
Miguel Pavao: 8 points, 6 assists, 5 rebounds, 4 steals
Stefan Anderson: 31 points, 13 rebounds, 4 steals, 3 assists
Jason Werner: 16 points, 7 rebounds, 4 steals, 3 assists
Ethan Sheppeck: 5 points, 6 steals, 5 rebounds

Team Total FG: 30
Team Total 3FG: 1 (Sheppeck)
Team Total FT: 9-16

PHC: Ben Battista 5, Silvio Morisi 6, Gideon Sharun 2, Travis Clatterbuck 3, Nicholas Bailey 2, Adonis Stokes 4.

Team Total FG: 8
Team Total 3FG: 3 (Battista, Clatterbuck, Stokes)
Team Total FT: 3-8

Thursday, January 18, 2018

lexingtonAmerican 42 Lexington 30

Steve Salmon had 11 points and Tayqwan Rich grabbed nine rebounds in a loss to American.

Lexington Leaders
Steve Salmon: 11 points
Jayden Orlang: 6 points
Tayqwan Rich: 9 rebounds

oklahomaThackerville 66 Oklahoma 52

Our young boys did a great job of keeping up with Thackerville despite losing the game, 66-52. We have a lot of young starting three freshmen, a junior, and a senior. Thackerville had much more experience with a line-up featuring four seniors and a junior. (Contributed by Head Coach Chris Reagle)

rhode-islandProvidence County Day 39 Rhode Island 25

We visited Providence Country Day School for our second match-up with hopes to beat the team that we lost to earlier in December. We were just starting to get our legs in after a long layover over the MLK weekend and started out strong behind the shooting of Timothy Jallah who finished with eight points and 16 rebounds.

We were unable to keep up the strong start due to Providence Country Day's sharp shooter who kept draining 3-pointers. We made a last effort to catch up in the second half, led by Jayden Elias 10-point effort and Mario Pacheco's six points. PCD won 39-25. (Contributed by Athletic Director Nathan Engel)

new-mexicoNew Mexico 60 Coronado 54

This game was the first time that our Roadrunners beat Coronado since they joined our district and it was their best performance on the court this season. The game was continually close all four quarters. The trio of Deven Thompson with a double-double, 22 points and 14 points; Jonathan Garcia made 21 points and five steals; Bruce Brewer, Jr. scored 10 points and contributed eight assists. (Contributed by Head Coach Letty Perez)

texasBrentwood Christian 64 Texas 50

We played without two starters. Proud of how our young boys battled against our rival. (Contributed by Head Coach Andy Donatich)

TSD   8-12-15-15 = 50
BCHS 7-22-14-21 = 64

Halftime - Brentwood Christian led 29-20.

Prep Girls Basketball Roundup - January 22

Saturday, January 20, 2018

rhode-islandNew York 18 Rhode Island 13

RISD Girls Basketball played host to New York School for the Deaf on a Saturday day game. This would be a good test for our girls going up against a team that was on a similar competitive level as us. Fanwood started off strong, grabbing a 10-5 lead halfway through the first half but our girls were able to keep the game close as the halftime score was 14-9 in Fanwood’s favor.

In the second half, we were able to step up on defense and held Fanwood to just four second-half points. We were even able to cut the lead to a single possession toward the end of the game, but our girls struggled to convert on their shot opportunities. NYSD girls won an exciting game by the final score of 18-13. (Contributed by Athletic Director Nathan Engel)

NYSD 14-4 = 18
RISD   9-4 = 13

Halftime - New York led 14-9.

RISD (2-10): Yasmin Sicaju 7, Ellie Lister 2, Olivia Collins 2, Melissa Estrada 2.

Pennsylvania 39 Lexington 23

pennsylvaniaPennsylvania - The Lady Panthers traveled to Lexington School for the Deaf for their homecoming weekend. After three days of games, the girls were playing with injuries and some were feeling under the weather. Even though they weren’t feeling their best, they still managed to beat Lexington 39-23. Maysan Id-deen had a double-double with 10 points and 11 rebounds. Mecca Scott contributed seven points and 12 steals. It was a very competitive game and the girls never gave up. The girls showed excellent teamwork in the second half and pulled away in the fourth quarter. (Contributed by Athletic Director Matt Bujak)

lexingtonLexington - Lexington suffered its first loss of the season to Pennsylvania. Gigi Zheng was the lead scorer for Lexington with 13 points. May Tun had team high six rebounds with three assists, three steals, and three blocks.

PSD 7-6-10-16 = 39
LSD  5-3--6--9 = 23

Halftime - Pennsylvania led 13-8.

LSD (6-1):
Gigi Zheng: 13 points, 5 rebounds,
Heidy De La Rosa: 8 points, 4 steals
May Tun: 2 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists, 3 steals, 3 blocks
Dorgianny Flores: 3 rebounds, 3 assists, 4 steals
Yenifer Garcia: 5 rebounds, 6 steals, 1 block

missouriIllinois 44 Missouri 20

Delanzia Hayes had 15 points and eight rebounds for Missouri in a homecoming weekend loss to Illinois.

MSD  7--6--6-1 = 20
ISD 14-15-11-4 = 44

Halftime - Illinois led 29-13.

MSD (1-7):
Delanzia Hayes: 15 points , 8 rebounds, 2 steals
Sara Famer: 3 points, 8 rebounds, 3 steals

ISD: Trashauna Tate 15, Kayla Claubourn 19.

missouriKansas 44 Missouri 18

Missouri was not able to keep up with Kansas in the final game of MSD’s homecoming weekend. Delanzia Hayes led Missouri with 12 points and Addiysn Tapelle pulled down eight rebounds.

KSD 24-16--4-0 = 44
MSD  2--4-10-2 = 18

Halftime - Kansas led 40-6.

MSD (1-8):
Delanzia Hayes: 12 points, 6 rebounds
Cristin Khol: 2 points
Sara Framer: 2 points
Melissa Davis: 2 points
Addiysn Tapelle: 8 rebounds

KSD: Madison Walch 18, Kaylee Wells 12.

Friday, January 19 2018

pennsylvaniaPennsylvania 43 Delaware 31

The team traveled to Delaware School for the Deaf’s homecoming and beat the Lady Blue Hawks, 43-31. In the win, Yasmean Evans had 17 points, 11 rebounds, and 12 steals. Gia DiGiacomo contributed 14 points. All the girls worked hard and played together to help in our 9th win this season. (Contributed by Athletic Director Matt Bujak)

marie-philipBoston University Academy 35 Marie Philip 29

We only had six players from 6th grade to 9th grade. In the first half, our girls learned to play together with two first-time starters. It was a little rusty at first but we did a very good job learning from each other. The score at halftime was BUA leading 14-13. During the second half BUA team went on a full court press against us overwhelming us at first but we learned to make adjustments. We refused to give up and counter-moved with a half-court press. We were getting closer however the time had ran out. (Contributed by Coach Dee West)

missouriMissouri 32 Iowa 6

Missouri picked up its first win of the season against Iowa with Delanzia Hayes putting in 14 points, seven rebounds, and three assists. Sara Famer added 10 points and six rebounds along with four steals.

ISD    2-2--2-0 = 6
MSD 13-2-10-7 = 32

MSD (1-6):
Delanzia Hayes: 14 points, 7 rebounds, 3 assists
Sara Famer: 10 points, 6 rebounds, 4 steals
Melissa Davis: 4 points, 10 rebounds
Cristin Khol: 4 points, 4 rebounds, 5 steals

ISD: Jada Bushman 2, Erica Bloomhall 2, Emily Lachin 2.

marylandMaryland 53 Perry Hall Christian 35

​Cassidy Perry powered Maryland past Perry Hall Christian for a league win with 31 points, 12 rebounds, four steals, three assists, and two blocks. Rajena Guettler added 12 points along with six rebounds and seven assists.

MSD 14-10-19-10 = 53
PHC  13--3-13--6 = 35

Halftime - Maryland led 24-16.

MSD (12-4):
A. Glennon: 2 rebounds, 1 steal
S. Herzig Wilcox: 2 rebounds, 1 steal
A. Patterson: 4 points, 7 rebounds, 1 steal
C. Perry: 31 points, 12 rebounds, 4 steals, 3 assists, 2 blocks
R. Guettler: 12 points, 6 rebounds, 3 steals, 7 assists
H. Johnston-Shaw: 1 assist
E. Beldon: 2 steals, 8 assists, 1 block
M. Luebehusen: 6 points, 5 rebounds, 4 steals, 2 assists

Team Total FG: 22
Team Total 3FG: 0
Team Total FT: 9-11

PHC: S. Yost 4, J. Holland 17, S. DeJaco 9, O. Manager 5.

Team Total FG: 9
Team Total 3FG: 2 (Holland 2)
Team Total FT: 11-20

Thursday, January 18, 2018

fremontFremont 50 Fremont Christian 47

We faced Fremont Christian for the third time this season as we defeated them earlier in the season 48-27 at the CSD Classic. They defeated us at our home court 39-37, and now the third match-up on their home floor was another exciting game!

They jumped out to an early lead by making three 3-pointers in the first quarter after swapping buckets at the start and got to a 4 point lead. They continued to maintain their lead until the fourth quarter, leading as many as 12 but we always closed out the quarter on a small run to keep it close.

Our offense was consistent throughout the game but defense finally made their presence known in the fourth quarter as we shut them down in the final 3:45, coming back down 47-44 including an 6-0 run in the fourth quarter to tie it up at 42.

We finally captured the lead on a Jade Dawson basket-and-1 to make it 49-47 with 55 seconds left. The game result would have been different if we were better from the free throw line as we shot 10-23.

Overall, CSD had 50 points on 30% shooting, 55 rebounds, 16 assists, 18 steals and 6 blocks.

CSD is now 12-6 (3-1 League) on a 2-game winning streak with 8 games remaining on the season schedule. (Contributed by Head Coach Joshua Weinstock)

CSD 13-10-13-14 = 50
FCS  17-12-13--5 = 47

Halftime - Fremont Christian led 29-23.

Top Players
Malia Zornoza: 14 points, 14 rebounds, 2 blocks
Jade Dawson: 11 points, 9 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 block
Esther Biser: 4 points, 9 rebounds, 10 steals, 2 assists
Mahlia Thornton: 9 points, 8 rebounds, 4 assists, 2 steals

new-jerseyNew Jersey 42 New Jersey United Christian 41

The Lady Colts picked up only their second win of the season with a nail biter. The Lady Colts were down by one at half time and came out with a 14-point third quarter. UCA came storming back with a 16-point fourth but the Lady Colts hung on for the one point win. De’Avian Watson had a game high 20 points, nine rebounds, one assist, seven blocked shots, and four steals. Naiajah Wilson and Alexis Holland each chipped in 10 points. Wilson also had five rebounds and five steals. Holland led the team with 12 steals. (Contributed by Athletic Director Martha Fowler)

rhode-islandProvidence County Day 19 Rhode Island 15

RISD Girls Basketball played the second game against Providence Country Day School at their gym. In the first matchup, we won in an overtime thriller so this game would be a good one. PCD got off to a good start and held a 13-6 halftime lead. Our girls started to rally and made the game exciting, but we ran out of time before we could tie the game up. PCD won the game 19-15. (Contributed by Athletic Director Nathan Engel)

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