The Mason-Dixon Schools for the Deaf Athletic Association
History

The first Annual Boys' Mason-Dixon Basketball Tournament was held at the Virginia School for the Deaf and Blind in Staunton, Virginia, on March 6-7, 1953. The schools for the deaf participating in the first tournament were Alabama, Florida, Kendall of Washington, D.C., Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia. These schools are known as charter members of the Mason-Dixon Schools for the Deaf Athletic Association. A link to the results of the first tournament is provided below.

The Boys' Mason-Dixon Basketball Tournament History

The First Tournament Results
All Tournament Teams
     In the 1950's
     In the 1960's
     In the 1970's
     In the 1980's
     In the 1990's
     In the 2000's
     In the 2010's
Tournament Records
     Individual
     Team
Most Valuable Players
Three Point Shooting & Free Throw Champs
Sportsmanship Awards
Tournament Winners
Team Win/Loss Records
Distinguished Services Awards

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