A senior on the Missouri School for the Deaf's basketball team talks about his last game and what basketball means to him. His signed words are being voiced by Assistant Coach Bob Washington.
Here's a script of the audio in the slideshow:
DARRINGTON: Sometimes I make mistakes and get frustrated.
WASHINGTON: Probably with your teammates?
DARRINGTON: Most of the time we cooperate. Yes.
DARRINGTON: I’ve played against hearing teams and played hard. My team, sometimes they don’t understand in the game, and sometimes I make mistakes and I get frustrated.
DARRINGTON: I love the game. I’ve been playing for a long time. And the games are finished. I’m going to miss playing basketball here at MSD – Missouri School for the Deaf. My time is out now. I’ve had a lot of experience from middle school now to high school. Now I’m graduating. Now I’m going to miss basketball very much.