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For the 2013-2014 school year, the Preliminary competition was held in December 2013 and the Playoffs were held in January 2014. The top 8 teams from the Buff Division, the top 4 teams from the Blue Division, and the top 4 teams from the Green Division were invited to the national competition held at Gallaudet in March 2014.
Number of Schools in the Preliminary competition: 33
Number of Teams in the Preliminary competition: 58
National Competition teams (Buff):
Earle B. Wood Middle School
Kendall Demonstration Elementary School
Phoenix Day SD
National Competition teams (Blue):
National Competition teams (Green):
Atlanta Area School for the Deaf
Buff National Championship match:
Kendall Demonstration Elementary School defeated Earle B. Wood Middle School
Buff Most Outstanding Player:
Jennida Willoughby, 8th grade, Kendall Demonstration Elementary School
Buff Sportsmanship Award:
Buff All Stars:
Jared Herman, 8th grade, CSD Riverside
Jonathan Summers, 8th grade, Earle B. Wood Middle School
Spencer Willey, 7th grade, Indiana SD
Eliyas Assefa, 8th grade, Kendall Demonstration Elementary School
Tyler Naeyaert, 8th grade, Michigan SD
Zander Herbold, 6th grade, Phoenix Day SD
Emma Doughty, 6th grade, Rochester SD
Nevan Graves, 7th grade, Texas SD
Blue National Championship match:
Kentucky SD defeated Illinois SD
Blue Most Outstanding Player:
Payne Yance, 8th grade, Kentucky SD
Blue Sportsmanship Award:
Blue All Stars:
Jared Spinale, 8th grade, Indiana SD
Ian Fraas, 6th grade, Illinois SD
Jadzia Ingram, 7th grade, Washington SD
Kalena Bumbala, 6th grade, Indiana SD
Green National Championship match:
Illinois SD and Louisiana SD tied
Green Most Outstanding Player:
Nthabeleng Macdonald, 8th grade, Louisiana SD
Green Sportsmanship Award:
Green All Stars:
Jahaidia Brown-Love, 7th grade, CSD Riverside
Julissa Howle, 8th grade, Illinois SD
Chelsey Scott, 8th grade, Louisiana SD
Marquize Nash, 7th grade, Atlanta Area SD
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