ASDB girls and boys win WSBC - Tucson News Now

ASDB girls and boys win WSBC

TUCSON, AZ -

The Western States Basketball Classic was hosted by the Phoenix Day School for the Deaf last weekend. 

Schools for the Deaf from Oregon, Washington, Utah, Phoenix and Tucson played a round robin tournament 1/25/18-1/27/18. 

Arizona School for the Deaf and Blind’s girls went undefeated, beating Oregon 28-22 in the Championship game. 

Coach Lani Murashige, an ASDB alum, was on the last ASDB girls team to win the tournament in 2008. 

ASDB boys record was 5-1 as they beat Oregon in the Championship game Saturday 42-34. 

This is the second Championship for the ASDB boys in the 41-year history of WSBC. The other Championship was in 2003. 

The ASDB boys play Baboquivari tonight at 7:00 pm for a chance to qualify for the State tournament. 

Copyright 2018 The Arizona School for the Deaf and Blind. All rights reserved.

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