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2013 DeafDigest Sports Boys’ All-American basketball team

Alabama – Eddie Thomas
American – Oscar Tejada
Atlanta Area – Jesus Ontiveros
Colorado – Jaob Gilbreth
Delaware – Quinton Ferrell
Eastern North Carolina – Dreqwaun White
Fremont – Trace Martin
Illinois – Jamal Garner
Iowa – John Isaacson
Kentucky – Dillon Maynard
Learning Center – Matthew Velez
Lexington – Jesse Grossman
Louisiana – Anthony Johnson
Maryland – Mohamed Kamara
Minnesota – Sammy Ellenbecker
Missouri – Kijuan Monroe
Model – Dalton Arnes
New Jersey – Fuquan Howard
New York – Dennis Williams
North Carolina – Cody Hollar
Ohio – Andrew Gander
Oklahoma – Kevin Smith
Pennsylvania – Mark Gonzalez
Phoenix – Eric Blount
Rhode Island – Ricky Wordell
Rochester – Chris Mitchell
South Carolina – Fernandez Johnson
St Mary’s – Dustin Robinson
Tennessee – Ethan Swafford
Texas – Dalton Etkie
West Virginia – Patrick Epperly
Wisconsin – Lennon Morrissey

Boys’ Team of the Year – Texas School for the Deaf

Boys’ Player of the Year – Matthew Velez, Learning Center for Deaf

2013 DeafDigest Sports Girls’ All-American basketball team

Alabama – Tuesdae Dunklin
American – Tanasia LaFrazier
Arizona – Juliana Apfel
Atlanta Area – Jaquisha New
Colorado – Skylar Sypher
Delaware – Ashley Pabon
Eastern North Carolina – Shaqwanna Green
Florida – Shua Clay
Fremont – Darriyan Thomas
Iowa – Johanna Scherling
Learning Center – Ashley Kingston
Lexington – Alexis McLeod
Louisiana – Alexia Powell
Maryland – Tessa Lewis
Michigan – Jennifer Wickman
Minnesota – Tabitha Anderson
Mississippi – Kylisha Cathey
Missouri – Andrea Crouch
New Jersey – Elvira Kabanova
New Mexico – Rosina Garcia
Oklahoma – Sassy Fields
Pennsylvania – Gixa Rodriguez
Phoenix – Johanna Parades
Rhode Island – Dominique Chaase
Rochester – Brianna DiGiovanni
South Carolina – Kia Smith
St Mary’s – Shakenya Ward-Brassell
Texas – Kylene Etkie
Washington – Daniela Chavez
Wisconsin – Kori Koss

Girls’ Team of the Year – Florida School for the Deaf and Blind
Girls’ Team of the Year – California School for the Deaf at Fremont

Girls’ Player of the Year – Darriyan Thomas, California School for the Deaf at Fremont