Oct
31

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DeafDigest Sports – October 31, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:
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- football scores

- a big football win leads to conference championship game

- playoff history of a football team

- misc updates

 
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won/lost records – as of October 31, 2014
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

2014 football scores (updated every Monday)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/football-scores/

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football scores

Louisiana 61 Arkansas 30

Florida 26 St Joseph 0

PAC 28 South Carolina 18
Oakville 22 Washington 12

Upcoming football games
Oct 31 Fremont hosts Livermore Valley Charter
Oct 31 Maryland hosts Rappahannock County
Oct 31 Alabama at VCA

Nov 1 Illinois at Mississippi
Nov 1 Texas hosts St Gerard

season ends for other schools

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Gallaudet cross country

Gallaudet prepares to host NEAC cross country championships this Saturday
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mxc/2014-15/releases/neacpreview

editor’s note:

always great when Gallaudet hosts a conference championship event
in any sport. Years ago when Gallaudet, on a 100-acre parcel of land,
was practically a rolling estate, there were woods and hills on the
rear of the campus – where the dorms, MSSD and KDES are located
right now. This was when Gallaudet hosted home cross country events.
Times have changed.

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Delaware sports

Delaware Volleyball

 

Two games in September with Tri State Christian Academy and Tome
School were forfeit due to low number of players and was not able to
reschedule both games.

 

DSD vs. PSD unofficial due to low number of players

DSD 25-5

DSD  25-9

DSD  25-7

No record

DSD vs. Tri State Christian Academy

TSCA  25-14

TSCA  25-9

TSCA  25-15

Lost  3-0

 

DSD vs. PSD

DSD 25-10

DSD 25-10

DSD 25-10

Won 3-0

 

DSD vs. West Nottingham Academy

WNA 25-16

DSD 25-20

WNA 25-21

WNA  25-17

Lost 3-1

ESDAA at NJSD

Round Robin

DSD 25 NJSD 22

DSD 25  PSD 8

DSD 25  WVSD 13

DSD 25  St. Mary’s 5

DSD 25  Rochester 21

Won 5-0

 

Bracket

Semi-Final

DSD 25 NJSD 18

DSD 25 NJSD 20

Won 2-0

Final

DSD 27 Rochester 20

Rochester 25 DSD 15

Rochester 15 DSD 10

Lost 2-1

 

Finished 2nd Place

All Star

Kayla O’Brien

Hailey Henshaw

 

Passing Competition Championship

JyAjia Bratten

Anyia Brown

 

Thanks to Martha Fowler and NJSD for outstanding ESDAA tournament.

MIL Playoff – 1st Round

DSD vs. Tri State

TSCA 25  DSD 16

TSCA  25 DSD  13

TSCA  25  DSD 12

Lost 3-0

 

MIL All Conference – 2nd team

Hailey Henshaw

Kayla O’Brien

Final Season Record  11-10

 

Delaware Soccer

 

DSD vs. PSD

PSD 2  DSD 1

 

DSD vs West Nottingham Academy JV

WNA  6  DSD 0

 

Final Season Record  0-4-1

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Florida football

FSDB handles St. Joe, 26-0

The game was called off by lightning with 4 minutes left in the 2nd
quarter.  However, the Dragons got in a lot of work within the 18
minutes of game play, scoring 26 points with nary an answer from St.
Joseph.

While we did not manage to put in a full game, we will still take it
and proudly represent the South Division in the NFFC championship
game on 11/13!!!!

I dont have all the information with me right now, but Cedric Scott
(173) and Anthony Cash (110) eclipsed the 100-yard mark for rushing
tonight in their limited action.

Alex Wallace (QB sack on a trick play) and Dante Townsend (goal line
stuff on 4th down) made two key tackles tonight to deny St. Joe a
trip into the endzone.

We next play at HOME vs the North champion (TBA) on Thursday night,
11/13.

editor’s note:
Brendan Murphy is the FSDB historian. DeafDigest Sports editor
asked him about past FSDB post season games. His response was
this -

We had two post season bowl games (for independent teams only
– must win at least 5 games or at least a .500 record)

2002 FSDB lost 53-34 to Aculilla Christian
2006 FSDB lost 48-30 to Hilliard

FSDB last season was not able to find an opponent to play
in the post season bowl game

It is the first time FSDB won a conference championship
since 1943 (St. Johns River Conference).

FSDB had very strong teams in 1976 and 1979. The coach, in
1976, didn’t sign up for playoffs, thinking FSDB wouldn’t
be that strong. He was wrong and it was too late.

In 1979, FSDB lost to a district team and couldn’t get
into the playoffs

Thank you very much, Brendan

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Fremont volleyball

CSD d. OMI 3-0 in second round BCL playoffs.
C. Pedersen: 7 kills, 7 digs, 3 aces, 1 assist
B. Dike: 17 digs, 10 assists, 3 aces, 1 kill
F. Harmount: 17 digs, 5 kills, 4 aces

25-15, 25-13, 25-18

11-0 league, 16-10 overall. We play in championships this Saturday at
11a.
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Maryland football

newspaper story – tonite’s opponent

Varsity football leads the news this week, with the team coming off their
final home game and heading into their last game of the regular season.
Last Friday was Senior Night for our gridiron gang, facing Saint John Paul
High School, and our seniors did their part to put some points on the
scoreboard. Senior Aaron Dodson ran a spectacular 80-plus yards off a
handoff from the quarterback to put the Panthers on the board, running
around the line and then sprinting past John Paul.s secondary for the
score. Senior Gary Jenkins added to the scoring with a running touchdown,
and classmate Ben Montgomery, while not reaching the end zone, made some
spectacular moves en route to racking up significant yardage in his first
game back from injury. Seniors Dylan Stewart, Jacob Devine and Bobby
Nordin also contributed to the Rapp effort, and Jackson Strickler added
some underclassman contributions with two touchdowns . one off an
interception and one off a beautiful pass from quarterback Jack Massie.
Despite the offensive fireworks, victory again eluded our Panthers, but
hopes are high for a season-ending win this Friday as they travel to
Frederick, Md., to face the Maryland School for the Deaf in their season
finale.

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland beat MSSD, 3-0Scores: 25-19, 25-15, 25-12
Record:  39-4-1

Stats
Bridget Berrigan
11 assists

Brooke Bonheyo
11 assists, 8 digs, 2 aces

Adele Daniels
9 kills, 2 blocks, 8 digs, 1 ace

Monique Johnson
1 kill

Karita Lewis
3 kills, 2 assists, 7 digs, 4 aces

Tessa Lewis
10 kills, 1 assist, 4 digs, 1 ace

Kaela Luttrell
4 digs, 1 ace

Kaitlyn Weeks
3 assists, 4 digs, 1 ace
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Michigan volleyball

MSD vs Waterbrook

Michigan School for the Deaf had their last home game of the season
tonight, 10-30-14.  The Lady Tartars played Waterbrook Academy and
came out with another win.  MSD won 3-0; scores were 1: 25-14, 2:
29-27, 3: 25-19.  Our middle school players were able to play which
will help them next year when we lose 3 seniors, Kassie Ross, Rachel
Chicky, and Princess Rogers.  Crystal Katcher and Mekdes Whittaker
were both able pass a serve tonight.  Wendy Chicky received 4 serves
well, got 2 aces, and 1 kill.  Hannah Wears was once again our kill
leader tonight with 7.  Great job Tartars!

Our regular season has come to a close with our record being 12-14.
Districts begin next week and are being held at International Academy
of Flint.  MSD plays St. Thomas More in the first round on Monday,
11-3-14, at 6:00pm.  Hoping to continue this winning streak!  See you
there!
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Rochester volleyball

We traveled to New Jersey School for the Deaf on October 24 and 25. We
started off with Round Robin. we were playing all 5 games (1 set each)
against 5 different Deaf Schools. We won all the games except Delaware. We
defeated St.Mary’s, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia School for
the Deaf. We turned out in 2nd seed behind Delaware in next day of ESDAA
Tournament.

We played against West Virginia School for the Deaf after their first
round victory against St.Mary’s. In 2nd round, We defeated W VA with 2
sets (25-20 , 25-10) We moved to championship game against Delaware once
again. First set, we lost to Delaware 27-25, but we finally stepped up to
play their heart in the game. We won last 2 sets (25-15, 15-10)
Championship!

Round Robin:

VS St. Mary”s -

Brianna DiGiovanni- 5 aces
Felicia McGinnis – 8 aces

Set 1- 25-12 W

VS NJSD -

Brianna DiGiovanni – 2 kills
Courtney Gentzke – 4 aces
Felicia McGinnis – 5 aces
Marlena Rauber – 2 kills

Set 1 – 25 – 9 W

VS PSD

Brianna DiGiovanni – 3 aces
Courtney Gentzke – 3 aces
Marlena Rauber – 3 aces

Set 1 – 25 – 10 W

VS WVA -

Brianna DiGiovanni – 2 aces and 4 kills
Felicia McGinnis – 12 aces and 4 assists
Marlena Rauber – 7 aces

Set 1 – 25-20 W
Set 2 – 25-10 W

Championship Game : VS Delaware

Brianna DiGiovanni – 3 kills and 10 aces
Felicia McGinnis – 4 aces and 7 assists
Marlena Rauber – 5 kills and 12 aces

Set 1 – 27-25 L
Set 2 – 25 -15 W
Set 3- 15-10 W

Congratulations to RSD Girls Vball Team!!!

record – 15-8

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Washington sports

WSD Football and Volleyball Scores – 10/30/14

 

Volleyball – WSD 0 vs. Firm Foundation 3

Game 1: 25-6

Game 2: 25-2

Game 3: 25-13

Record: (5-9)

Next Game: Playoffs @ Naselle, Tuesday, November 4

 

Football – WSD 12 @ Oakville 22

Final Record: (2-5)

 

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DeafDigest Sports – October 30, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

- several newspaper stories

- Gallaudet is #1 seed

- Florida’s most important football game of season

- a swimmer commits to a NCAA-I program
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won/lost records – as of October 30, 2014
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2014 football scores (updated every Monday)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/football-scores/

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Upcoming football games

Oct 30 Arkansas at Louisiana
Oct 30 South Carolina at PAC
Oct 30 Washington at Oakville
Oct 30 Florida hosts St Joseph Academy
Oct 30 Fremont hosts Livermore Valley Charter

Oct 31 Maryland hosts Rappahannock County
Oct 31 Alabama at VCA

Nov 1 Illinois at Mississippi
Nov 1 Texas hosts St Gerard

season ends for other schools

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Gallaudet volleyball

newspaper story

Host Gallaudet University claimed up the No. 1 seed in the upcoming
tournament, having defeated Wells College in straight sets earlier in the
year.

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Florida football

newspaper story

FSDB looking to run to conference championship game

Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind coach Eric LeFors has had one
message for his team in the week leading up to tonight.s matchup with
longtime football rival St. Joseph: Win and you.re in.

It.s that simple.

If the Dragons can beat the Flashes for the third straight year . a streak
the program has not accomplished since back in 1978-1980 . FSDB clinches a
spot in the North Florida Football Conference championship game on Nov.
13. St. Joseph had won nine straight in the rivalry until FSDB snapped the
skid in 2012.

.If we win, we.re going. If we lose, we.re not,. LeFors said. .It.s simple
for us. They know what they need to do..

Entering its final conference game, FSDB is 2-0 against teams from the
south division. St. Johns Country Day finished at 2-1. In the event of a
tie, the team with the best overall record advances to face a team from
the north division in the championship game, and because the Spartans have
two fewer losses than the Dragons with just one game remaining in the
regular season, they would be the team moving on.

All of that can be avoided for FSDB (5-3) with a victory, which will
likely depend on whether the Dragons can continue to be dominant on the
ground while slowing a St. Joseph (5-3) rushing attack that also has been
potent this season.

Led by senior Anthony Cash and sophomore Anthony Wallace, the Dragons come
in averaging 287.4 rushing yards per game. That.s only slightly better
than the Flashes. 242.9 yards per game clip led by top rushers Tre Preston
and Jordan VanDyke.

.There could be some fireworks,. LeFors said. .It could come down to who
has the ball last. Our defense will play an important part. We hope
they.re ready..

Cash also has played a critical role for the FSDB defense. He leads the
Dragons with 79 tackles, has a team-high three interceptions and also has
caused two fumbles. He and the rest of the defense will need to play well
to slow Preston, who is averaging 8 yards per carry to go along with 11
rushing touchdowns, and VanDyke, who is beating teams for an average of
8.2 yards per carry and has found the end zone seven times.

.We need to watch the ball, we need to get through, and we need to stop
them on the line,. said Wallace, who is also another vital member of the
Dragons. defense.

With so much at stake, tonight.s game could be a dramatic chapter to one
of the state.s oldest rivalries.

.We both like to establish the run, so it.s going to be whoever makes the
fewest mistakes,. St. Joseph coach Matt Olesnevich said. .Every game is
important, but this game is always a little extra special..

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Fremont volleyball

newspaper story

East Bay Athlete of the Week: Farrah Harmount, California School for the
Deaf

FARRAH HARMOUNT

SCHOOL: California School for the Deaf

SPORT: Volleyball

YEAR: Junior

POSITION: Outside hitter

THE STAT LINE: Harmount had a total of 61 digs, 21 kills and five aces in
wins over Contra Costa Christian and California School for the
Deaf-Riverside, including 33 digs against Contra Costa Christian.

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Learning Center volleyball

DATE: Wednesday October 29, 2014
LOCATION: Winchendon School, Winchendon, MA
SCORE: Winchendon School 3, The Learning Center for the Deaf 0
(25-11, 25-14, 25-12)

For the TLC Lady Ghosts’ final game of the regular season, we
traveled to Winchendon to take on their Green Wave.  Both of our
captains were unavailable today and a few of our players were still
recovering from injuries, so we used this match to prepare ourselves
mentally for this weekend’s ESDAA tournament.  Both Kayla LoBrutto
(So.) and Manju Canuel (Sr.) were fantastic as captains tonight.

The beginning of the first set was a bit of a mess overall and our
players weren’t as mentally prepared as they could have been.  Only
LoBrutto and Daria Monahan (So.) could get serve points as the Wave
submerged us with a 20-5 start.  Canuel’s serving (1 ace) and kills
by LoBrutto and Emily Zeringue (Fr.) made us a bit more competitive
in the end, but Winchendon took the first set 25-11.

TLC were much stronger in the beginning of the second set and led 5-4
behind three consecutive serves by a red-hot Zeringue.  An attack
error on us stifled our momentum and Winchendon answered back with 7
unanswered service points by their captain, #5, including 5 aces.
 Canuel had a kill and then an ace as her answer, but a few more aces
for the Green Wave and a few service errors from us made their lead
too much to overcome.  They took the second set, 25-14.

We lost Zeringue midway through the second set due to injury and had
only six players remaining.  Even so, we showed a lot of fight and
tied the Green Wave 4-4 at the start of the third set.  Winchendon’s
#14 had 4 consecutive aces and our limping players had difficulty
positioning themselves optimally to break their serve and to pass the
ball effectively.  We eventually improved our receiving, but couldn’t
make the plays we needed.  Winchendon took the third set with a 25-12
win.

The Lady Ghosts finished the regular season with a 0-14 (0-9) record,
but we played very well this week despite having two key players out
both yesterday and today.  We all feel ready to take on five other
schools for the Deaf at the ESDAA Division I tournament this Friday
and Saturday.  Friday will have round robin one-set matches to
determine seeding.  Saturday will be an all-day tournament with third
and fifth place matches.  We will play at 2:30, 3:30, 4:30, 6:00, and
8:30 this Friday.  Be sure to keep checking MaxPreps.com for the
latest score and, time permitting, the most up-to-the-date stats as
well.

YESTERDAY’S TLC STATS
Kayla LoBrutto – 2 Aces, 1 Kill, 5 Digs, and 8 Receptions
Manju Canuel – 2 Aces, 1 Kill, 7 Digs, and 3 Receptions
Emily Zeringue – 3 Aces, 1 Kill, and 4 Digs
Daria Monahan – 1 Ace, 1 Dig, and 2 Receptions
Anlyn Monegro – 5 Digs and 8 Receptions
Norma Aldana – 2 Digs and 3 Receptions
Christine Vargas – 1 Ace and 2 Digs

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Lexington volleyball

Semi-Finals at Long Island Lutheran (Host tournament)

 

Lexington vs Avenue School

 

#1 Ave 25 Lex 15

#2 Ave 25 Lex 16

#3 Ave 25 Lex 10

 

A tough opponent to play against. We couldn’t match
up their game and lost in semi-finals. We ended our league
season until ESDAA tournament at American School for
the Deaf, Oct 31st-Nov 1st.

Brittany Torres led the team with 5 points, 3 aces,
and 12 attacks. Tiona Diamond contributed 5 points, 3 attacks
and 2 assists.

Brittany Torres, Victoria Pon, and Tiona Diamond won
PSAA All-Conference awards.

 

We finish the PSAA league with

PSAA 7-5 (1-1 in playoffs)

Overall record

11-6

 

Next tournament – ESDAA at ASD.
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Louisiana volleyball

newspaper story

Ascension Christian beat Louisiana School for the Deaf
by scores of 25-7, 25-11 and 25-9

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New York sports

Soccer report:

NYSD had a soccer game at home against Monfort Academy. Monfort team played well
and skillfully. They led by 3-0 in the first half. At the end of game,
they won by 3-1. NYSD goalie, Argon Deski had 21 saves.

The record is 5-9

Volleyball report:

NYSD lost to Harvey School by 10-25 and 23-25

The record is 5-9

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This is my last SMSD Girls VB news for this season.  

 

Yesterday was our last VB game and we played against Oracle Charter.

 

We won three best of 5 games.

 

1st game:  SMSD 25 to Oracle 16  (SMSD won)

2nd game:  SMSD 17 to Oracle 25  (SMSD lost)

3rd game:  SMSD 25 to Oracle 10  (SMSD won)

4th game:  SMSD 25 to Oracle 16  (SMSD won)

 

Tracy White did an awesome job serving all four games with 34 points
totally.

Fatima AlSabounji  had 14 points and this is her most points for this
season.

 

This is Vaughntasia Hawkins last Varsity Volleyball which she will
not be able to play next year due to age.  Vaughntasia had many great
years playing volleyball and she will be missed.  Our team wish her
well next year.

Final Record for Fall Season 2014

 

4 wins  7 lost and 1 tied

 

Division II ESDAA – 6th Place.

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Utah boys’ basketball

newspaper story

There’s a new school playing varsity basketball this year as well, Utah
School for the Deaf and Blind (USDB). They’ll be participating in Region
18.

coach is Brian Thornsberry (USDB)

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college swimming

newspaper story

Deaf World Record Holder Matthew Klotz Verbally Commits to LSU

Deaf Swimming World Record holder Matthew Klotz has verbally committed to
the LSU Tigers, and will join the team in the fall of 2015 after taking a
gap year

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pools player

Belfast snooker player Joe Swail…is this the greatest comeback in history of Ulster sport?

http://bit.ly/1E5dmxS

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DeafDigest Sports – October 29, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:
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- last week’s football score

- a conference champion in football

- baseball in November

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won/lost records – as of October 29, 2014
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

2014 football scores (updated every Monday)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/football-scores/

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score from last week’s football game

Louisiana JV 42 Georgia 8

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Upcoming football games

Oct 30 Arkansas at Louisiana
Oct 30 South Carolina at PAC
Oct 30 Washington at Oakville
Oct 30 Florida hosts St Joseph Academy
Oct 30 Fremont hosts Livermore Valley Charter

Oct 31 Maryland hosts Rappahannock County
Oct 31 Alabama at VCA

Nov 1 Illinois at Mississippi
Nov 1 Texas hosts St Gerard

season ends for other schools

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Gallaudet baseball

Gallaudet’s Curtis Pride to lead Team USA in WPC Baseball Tournament in Japan

Gallaudet University baseball head coach Curtis Pride and former Bison
standout pitcher and outfielder William Chapman left today for Japan as
members of Team USA competing in the 2014 World Physically Challenged
(WPC) Tournament. The two-day tournament will begin on Saturday, Nov. 1,
as the United States will play against Japan, Korea, Puerto Rico and
Taiwan. The majority of Team USA is made up of wounded war veterans and
college baseball players with physical challenges.

The WPC tournament is hosted every four years and has never been won by
the USA. Japan won the last tournament as the United States placed second.
This is the third time the WPC tournament has been held.

.This is a tremendous honor to coach Team USA,. said Pride, who is the
head coach of the team. .It is amazing to see these guys living their
dreams. They never thought they would play baseball again and now they
have the opportunity to do so..

Chapman is the lone deaf player on the team as the WPC tournament only
allows one deaf player per team. Chapman was a two-year letterwinner
at Gallaudet in 2011 and .12. He was named to the all-conference team
twice and was a 2012 American Baseball Coaches Association All-South
region third team honoree.

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American soccer

American School for the Deaf wrapped up the soccer
season with NESD championship.

Record 12-6

Deaf league record 9-2

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Arkansas football

 

Oklahoma 66, Arkansas 26

 

Next Game: Arkansas @ Louisiana

 

Record: 6-3

The school learned it won the football championship
of the Arkansas Association of Christian Schools
(regular season). The playoffs have started but
because of conflicts with already-scheduled games
with deaf opponents, was not able to take part in it.

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Learning Center volleyball

SCORE: Middlesex School J.V. 2, The Learning Center for the Deaf 0
(25-9, 25-19)

Hello fans!  The final preparation for this weekend’s ESDAA
tournament is underway.  The bad news for today’s match was that we
had to rest both of our seniors due to injuries.  The good news was
that Anlyn Monegro (Fr.) finally made her long-awaited TLC volleyball
debut!  :-)

Without both seniors and with the new player, our team had to work to
rediscover the same chemistry from last weekend.  We weren’t any
match for the Zebras and they easily won 25-9.  Freshman Emily
Zeringue had a kill, substitute co-captain Kayla LoBrutto (So.) had
three digs, and the other captain, Heather Hall (So.), scored our
only service point with an ace.

With the match being a rare best-of-3 affair for us (J.V. games are
usually best of 3 sets), there was extra pressure for the Lady Ghosts
to not have to go home so soon.  Hall, LoBrutto, injured co-captain
Louise Applegate, and injured senior Manju Canuel rallied the other
girls and they remembered how to play volleyball the TLC way – the
fun way.  The Lady Ghosts took control and had a 13-9 lead.
 Middlesex’s #5 scored three aces, but our captains stifled their
efforts with an ace by LoBrutto and a second kill of the set by Hall.

Things were looking great for us, but then the Zebras’ #13, who
injured her ankle in the 1st set chasing an attack that went out of
bounds anyway, made like Willis Reed in Game 7 of the ’70 NBA Finals
and limped back into the match to serve for the Zebras.  She scored 9
consecutive service points, inlcluding 7 aces, to put Middlesex ahead
22-17!  Unimpressed, Zeringue responded with an ace of her own but
then we made a serving error and two hitting errrors to allow
Middlesex to escape with a dramatic 25-19 come-from-behind victory.
 They swept us 2 sets to 0.

Middlesex coach John and I agreed to play a third set just for kicks.
 The Lady Ghosts were deflated from that second set loss and played,
according to me from the sidelines, like dead women as Middlesex
coasted to a 6-0 start – five consecutive aces for their #6.  My
players made me eat my words soon after!  We had a few aces and took
advantage of their mistakes to trail 14-17.  #6 got the ball back and
launched five more aces!  It got to Zebras’ set point again (24-18),
but Norma Aldana (Fr.) ruined their fun with a kill and Monegro
launched her second ace of the match to get us to 22-24!
 Unfortunately, the Zebras resisted a LoBrutto attack and forced us
into our final error to take the 25-22 set win.

Amy and I were very pleased with the Lady Ghosts’ fighting spirit in
the 2nd set and in the extra set.  We hope to see much, much more of
that in our final regular-season match at Winchendon tomorrow at 3:30
P.M.  We will do our best to improve on our 0-13 (0-8) record, but
more importantly, we will continue to grow as a team for this weekend
and for future seasons.

REGULAR MATCH STATS
Heather Hall – 2 Acs, 2 Kills, 1 Dig, and 5 Receptions
Kayla LoBrutto – 1 Ace, 3 Digs, and 2 Receptions
Emily Zeringue – 1 Ace, 2 Kills, and 2 Receptions
Norma Aldana – 1 Assist and 2 Digs
Christine Vargas – 1 Kill and 1 Dig
Anlyn Monegro – 3 Receptions

EXTRA SET STATS (not to be counted towards our season totals)
Norma Aldana – 1 Ace, 1 Kill, 1 Dig, and 1 Reception
Anlyn Monegro – 2 Aces and 1 Reception
Kayla LoBrutto – 1 Ace and 1 Reception
Emily Zeringue – 1 Kill and 1 Reception
Heather Hall – 3 Receptions

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Maryland volleyball

Senior Night
Maryland beat Maret, 3-1Scores: 25-16, 25-22, 19-25, 25-16
Record:  38-4-1

Stats
Bridget Berrigan
1 kill, 3 assists

Brooke Bonheyo
6 digs, 2 aces

Adele Daniels
11 kills, 8 digs, 7 aces

Monique Johnson
3 kills

Karita Lewis
4 kills, 7 digs, 2 aces

Tessa Lewis
17 kills, 9 digs 

Kaela Luttrell
2 digs, 1 ace

Kaitlyn Weeks
25 assists, 6 digs, 3 aces
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New Jersey soccer

newspaper story

Katzenbach (4) at Pennsylvania School for the Deaf (PA) (2)

Juan Ventura-Colaj scored four times to lead Katzenbach to a 4-2 victory
over Pennsylvania School for the Deaf (PA) in Philadelphia.
Amon Baldwin had three assists for Katzenbach, while Jose Maisonet made
five saves. Yuedy Rodriguez also had an assist.

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Texas football

newspaper story

SAN ANTONIO . Before St. Gerard steps off the bus in Austin for Saturday’s
game against the Texas School for the Deaf, the Royals already will know
what the final score is going to be.

Because of an earlier forfeit in TAPPS District III-3 play, every one of
the small private school’s district games officially will be scored a 2-0
loss.

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Washington volleyball

WSD Volleyball Scores – 10/28/14

Volleyball – WSD 0 vs. Columbia Adventist 3

Game 1: 8-25

Game 2: 16-25

Game 3: 13-25

 

Record: (5-8)
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Western Pennsylvania sports

SOCCER SEASON ended with a 10-11-1 record…
finished 4th place in Metro Soccer Tourney
lost in the first round of SWCAC Playoffs to Portersville Christian,
3-0 and they went on to the Championship game….   they played last
night and I’m waiting for the result…

 
VOLLEYBALL - 
participated in the Division 2 Tourney with 2 other league
opponents…

vs The Neighborhood Academy – split 1-1 (25-24 and 23-25)
vs American Spirit Academy – split 1-1 (25-16 and 16-25)
American Spirit Academy beat The Neighborhood Academy, 2-0
the best 2 teams square off for the Division 2 title and it’s WPSD
and American Spirit Academy…   we beat them, 2-0 (25-21 and 26-24).

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DeafDigest Sports – October 28, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

……..

Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

- misc sports stuff
Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/deafdigest1

Twitter:
@deafdigest.com

won/lost records – as of October 28, 2014
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

2014 football scores (updated every Monday)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/football-scores/

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Alabama volleyball

Friday, October 24

 

Class 1A Volleyball South Super Regional Tournament

 

First Round

Brantley 3  Alabama 0

25-16, 25-15, 25-10

 

Season record: 12 – 15

 

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Fremont football

After two straight losses, the Eagles got all starters but
one back for the 41th “Big Game”. The no huddle offense
caused a lot of confusion for a 32-0 first quarter lead
which ended in a 65-0 victory. For Riverside, unfortunately,
muffed punt, two defensive scores, and forth down attempts
did not go their way after the second quarter so we had a
lot of short field to work with. The second half saw a
lot of new players on our side being able to play and
move around different positions. We look forward to our
Homecoming week against Livermore Valley Charter Prep on
Halloween Evening!

Passing:
Z.Pedersen 20-23, 305, 4TD, 1INT

Rushing:
J.Pedersen 8-88
Harmount 3-65
Wemmer 1-49
Z.Pedersen 4-28, 2TD
Bustamante 1-9
Oliver, Jr. 1-9

Receiving:
Boren 4-118, TD
Wemmer 7-90, TD
Zornoza 4-54, TD
Harmount 1-21, TD
J.Pedersen 2-16
Amann 1-3
Bustamante 1-3

Defensive:
Wemmer 10t, FF
Amann 9t, 1BP
Wolfangle 7t
Oliver, Jr. 7t
Monroe 6t, FR-TD
Harmount 4t, FR-TD
Boren 3t
Bustamante 2t
Enriquez 2t
Duran 2t
Ponce 2t
Portillo 1t
Corey 1t

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Fremont volleyball

CSD d. CSD-Riverside 3-1

F. Harmount: 8 kills, 3 aces, 28 digs
C. Pedersen: 11 kills, 10 assists, 7 digs
B. Dike: 9 kills, 4 aces, 14 assists, 12 digs

25-16, 12-25, 25-15, 25-22.

CSD stands with 15-10 overall, 10-0 in league. They earned
BYE in the first round and will play in the second round of
BCL Playoffs this Thursday.

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New York soccer

NYSD played against the Masters School today. NYSD led by 1-0 at the first
half. The end of game, the NYSD won by 2-0. Karon Poteat and Keith Murray
had 1 goal each.

The record is 5-7

Harvey School played at NYSD today. They led 1-0 at the first half. At the
end of game, they won by 1-0. NYSD ‘s goalie Agron Deski had 17 saves.

The record is 5-8

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New York volleyball

Green Meadow shuts down NYSD girls volleyball in twostraight sets. The
first set was 15-25 and the second set was 16-25. Our next home game
will be on Tuesday, October 28 against Harvey at 4pm. The Lady Tornadoes
are now 5-8.
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Rochester soccer

RSD’s cinderella run comes to an end last night as they lost a tough one
to the Scarlet Knights. Early on the game was a true thriller with the
action going back and forth and score even at 1-1. Unfortunately, the deep
bench of the Knights was too much for the Wildcats as they went on to win
5-2 to move on to the semifinals of the WNYCAA Tournament. The Wildcats
will not have to play for 5th/6th place this Thursday.
………..

St Mary’s volleyball

After returning from Trenton, NJ around 1 am Sunday for our ESDAA
Girls Volleyball tournament.  The girls and coaches were quite
exhausted but we survived.  LOL!

Anyway, our SMSD girls did their best and we came in 6th place.  They
all played hard to the best of their abilities.  As usual it was a
good experience for our SMSD Girls Volleyball team. 

On Friday, we played Round Robin—

1st game:  Rochester School for the Deaf (RSD) 25 to SMSD  12  
(Lost)

2nd game:  West Virginia School for the Deaf  (WVSD) 17 to SMSD  25 
(Won)

3rd game:  New Jersey School for the Deaf (NJSD) 25 to SMSD 17 
(Lost)  –  we could have won that game.  We were lead way ahead
until they tied us; our team fell apart

4th game: Pennsylvania School for the Deaf (PSD)  25 to SMSD  22 
(Lost)

5th game:  Delaware School for the Deaf (DSD)  25 to SMSD 5  (Lost)

We were tied with PSD with I win and 4 lost.  We ended up being seed
#6.

Next day we played with WVSD and lost against them.  The score was
1st game:  SMSD 18 /  WVSD 25 and the 2nd game:  SMSD 17 / WVSD 25 
(Lost).  So we lost and played with PSD and unfortunately we lost. 
We came in 6th place.  The final score with PSD was—SMSD  24 / PSD 
26  (we lost).

The good news is that Jasmine Hollingsworth earned the ALL-Star!!!! 

TODAY IS OUR LAST GAME OF THE SEASON AND WE ARE PLAYING AGAINST
ORACLE CHARTER AT 3:45 here-our home!!

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DeafDigest Sports – October 27, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

……..

Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

– soccer tournament results

– upcoming football games

– DeafDigest Sports Team of the Year honor

– updated football scores on web site

– updated won/lost records

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/deafdigest1

Twitter:
@deafdigest.com

won/lost records – as of October 27, 2014
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

2014 football scores (updated every Monday)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/football-scores/

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2014 DeafDigest Sports Team of the Year

Boys’ soccer
Lexington School for the Deaf

already announced
8-man football
Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf

two more announcements to be made, in due time
11-man football
volleyball

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Upcoming football games

Oct 30 Arkansas at Louisiana
Oct 30 South Carolina at PAC
Oct 30 Washington at Oakville
Oct 30 Florida hosts St Joseph Academy
Oct 30 Fremont hosts Livermore Valley Charter

Oct 31 Maryland hosts Rappahannock County
Oct 31 Alabama at VCA

Nov 1 Illinois at Mississippi
Nov 1 Texas hosts St Gerard

season ends for other schools

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New England Schools soccer tournament

Friday, October 24 -
        TLC 5 RISD 2
        ASD 8 NJSD/PSD 0

Saturday, October 25 -
        Consolation game:  NJSD/PSD 2 RISD 1
        Championship game: ASD 5 TLC 0

———————

1ST PLACE – American (3rd straight NESD Champions)
2ND PLACE – The Learning Center for the Deaf
3RD PLACE – New Jersey School for the Deaf/Pennsylvania School for the Deaf
4TH PLACE – Rhode Island School for the Deaf
Outstanding Offensive Player of the Tournament (2):  Jonathan Campoverde of ASD & Dylan Christoffels of TLC

Outstanding Defensive Player of the Tournament: Alphonso Sacker of RISD

Outstanding Goalie:  James Knoll of TLC

Sportsmanship Award: Rhode Island School for the Deaf
ALL STARS SELECTION -

Alphonso Sacker, RISD
Mario Pacneco, RISD
Jacob Cross, PSD
Ricky Maldonado, NJSD
Bryce Callahan, TLC
Dylan Christoffels, TLC
Stephen Corbett, TLC
Jonathan Campoverde, ASD
Jonathan Clark, ASD
Esdras Leiva, ASD
Robert Milone, ASD

……..

pro football player Adham Talaat

he made his pro debut with Florida Blacktips. His
team lost 28-10 against Boston Brawlers. No idea
of Adham’s defensive stats.

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DeafDigest Sports – October 26, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

……..

Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

– assorted stories

– some football scores

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/deafdigest1

Twitter:
@deafdigest.com

won/lost records – as of October 21, 2014
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

2014 football scores (updated every Monday)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/football-scores/

…………….

DeafDigest Sports editor’s note:

DeafDigest Sports editor is coming home today after
being out of town this weekend. This edition is
being distributed early in the morning before
driving home.

DeafDigest Sports editor apologizes for these articles
being pasted on a first come, first pasted basis instead
of organizing the articles on a deaf schools, A to Z
alphabetical order.

Things should go back to normal on Monday.

Thanks for your patience

Barry

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football scores

scores not reported
Oct 20 Oregon hosts Falls City JV
Oct 25 Georgia at Louisiana JV

Alabama 34 Carolinas 14
Fremont 60 Riverside 0
Illinois 52 Iowa 12
Oklahoma 66 Arkansas 26

Louisiana 54 Acadiana Home School 30
Maryland 70 Options 0
South Carolina 84 Fountain Inn Christian 82

Taylor-Pierson 34 Florida 28
Shortridge 46 Indiana 17 (secionals, first round)
Independence Home School 50 Kansas 6
Waldron 2 Michigan 0 (forfeit)
Cleveland 24 Minnesota 16 (first round, state playoffs)
Reserve 63 New Mexico 13
Sacred Heart 33 Texas 8
South Wasco County 18 Washington 12
Maranatha 52 Wisconsin 6

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Indiana volleyball

ISD defeated Bethesda Christian this am (25-21, 22-25, 25-10, 25-21).
We advanced to Championship match tonight at 7:00 with Tindley.

Indianapolis Tindley won its sectional championship over
Indiana Deaf 28-26, 25-17, 23-25, 25-19.

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34th Division 2 ESDAA Volleyball Tournament Results

1st Place  -  Rochester
2nd Place –  Delaware
3rd Place – New Jersey
4th Place – West VA
5th Place – Pennsylvania
6th Place – St. Mary’s

Sportsmanship – New Jersey

Serving Competition Winner – Alyssa Barret, PSD

Passing Competition Winners – Anyia Brown, Jy’aija Bartten, DSD

Setting Competition Winners – Elvira Kabanova, Liliana Martinez, NJSD

All Tournament Team
MVP – Marlena Rauber, RSD
Felicia McGinnis, RSD
Brianna DiGiovanni, RSD
Kayla O’Brien, DSD
Hailey Henshaw, DSD
Lilianna Martinez, NJSD
Elvira Kabanova, NJSD
Brooklyn Phares, WVSD
Yasmean Evans, PSD
Jasmine Hollingsworth, SMSD

Congratulations to all the players and coaches for a wonderful tournament!!

Maryland volleyball

MIAC Finals
Maryland lost to New Life Christian Academy, 3-0
Scores: 20-25, 20-25, 19-25

Record:  37-4-1

Stats
Bridget Berrigan
1 block, 2 assists

Brooke Bonheyo
10 assists, 8 digs, 1 ace

Monique Johnson
1 kill, 1 assist, 2 digs

Karita Lewis
7 kills, 2 assists, 5 digs, 2 aces

Tessa Lewis
13 kills, 1 block, 13 digs, 1 ace

Kaela Luttrell
2 digs, 1 ace

Kaitlyn Weeks
2 killos, 4 assists, 4 digs, 1 ace

Carolyn Wiley
2 kills, 1 dig, 2 aces
MIAC JV Finals
Maryland JV beat Greater Grace Christian Academy , 2-0
Scores: 25-13, 25-23

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Gallaudet football

Turnovers cost Gallaudet in homecoming loss to Mount Ida

WASHINGTON – Two Gallaudet University fumbles led directly to 10 points
as Mount Ida College defeated the Bison, 10-6, in Saturday’s Eastern Collegiate
Football Conference (ECFC) clash before a homecoming crowd of 1,628 at Hotchkiss Field.

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Oklahoma football

Oklahoma – 66
Arkansas – 26

Oklahoma season complete
Record 3 – 4

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Alabama football

Alabama School for the Deaf.s football team rushed for 347 yards en route
to a 34-14 triumph versus the North Carolina Schools for the Deaf in
eight-man football on Homecoming Saturday at Alumni Field

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Kentucky volleyball

The Kentucky School for the Deaf volleyball squad held off a furious rally
from host North Carolina School for the Deaf to capture a 3-2 (25-13,
25-15, 9-25, 16-25, 15-9) Mason-Dixon Conference victory

…………

Learning Center soccer

TLC hosted New England Schools for the Deaf Soccer on homecoming weekend -

TLC 5 RISD 2

Yesterday it was really nice to have all students and staff on campus
rooting for TLC against Rhode School for the Deaf. TLC played really good
in the first half as the Galloping Ghosts scored 5 goals. TLC advanced to
the final against Amercian School for the Deaf.

-Stephen Corbett (Sr) had 4 goals
-Dylan Christoffels (Fr) had a goal
-Wesley Silva (Fr) made 9 saves

TLC 0 ASD 5

TLC played against ASD for the final. TLC played well in defending in the
first half as they were down by 2 goals. TLC struggled to carry the ball
toward its offensive zone as ASD fullback and halfback lines put pressure
on our offensive line. In the second half, after changing the offensive
plans, we got better at getting the ball toward our offensive zone.
However, we could not complete our few scoring chances.

-James Knoll (Jr) made great 15 saves

I want to congratulate our players on winning the awards:

NESD Co-Outstanding Offensive Player:
-Dylan Christoffels (Fr)

NESD Outstanding Goalkeeper
-James Knoll (Jr)

All-Star players
-Dylan Christoffels (Fr)
-Bryce Callahan (So)
-Stephen Corbett (Sr)

Next game: MBIL playoff at Boston Trinity Academy on Thursday at 4pm

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Texas football

During the 10th week of the season, the Texas School for the Deaf Rangers
played Sacred Heart Indians at their home. In the first quarter, Sacred
Heart put 8 points on the board to TSD’s 0. During the second quarter,
Sacred Heart put another 6 points on the board, and the Rangers were able
to put 8 points of their own, with the scoreboard displaying 15 – 8 with 11
seconds to halftime. Unfortunately, the Indians were able to score another
touchdown before halftime, putting Sacred Heart at 21 and TSD at 8.

The Rangers didn’t give up and came back stronger, limiting Sacred Heart to
6 points in both 3rd and 4th quarters, respectively, ending the game with a
33 – 8 score. Junior Austin Sliva-Wynne made his first debut as starting
quarterback, throwing 34 times and completing 12 for 219 yards. Senior
Iosif Shayman caught 5 for 96 yards, Juniors Dalton Taylor brought in 4 for
59 yards and Alvin Anthony reined in 2 for 53 yards. The TSD Rangers had a
total of 11 first downs in this game, made even more remarkable with a new
quarterback and a new offense scheme.

The Rangers (3-5) will host St. Gerard Catholic Royals (3-5) this
Friday at 5:00 pm for our Homecoming. This will be TSDâ^@^Ys fifth district
game. TSD has 1 win and 3 losses in Texas Association of Private and
Parochial Schools (TAPPS) Division III, District 3, while St. Gerard
Catholic is currently 2-2. TSD is currently ranked sixth in the district
line up, behind St. Gerard Catholic at third.

Come bring the Ranger Spirit this Friday, November 1st at 5:00 pm at Texas
School for the Deaf!

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DeafDigest Sports – October 25, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor
……..

Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

– assorted stories

– some football scores

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/deafdigest1

Twitter:
@deafdigest.com

won/lost records – as of October 21, 2014
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

2014 football scores (updated every Monday)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/football-scores/

………………..

DeafDigest Sports editor’s note:

DeafDigest Sports editor is out of town, and is composing
DeafDigest Sports in a hurry before attending a family
event.

DeafDigest Sports editor apologizes for these articles
being pasted on a first come, first pasted basis instead
of organizing the articles on a deaf schools, A to Z
alphabetical order. And, yes, some football scores
are missing – no time to research the missing scores
over the internet.

Thanks for your patience

Barry

………………

upcoming football games

score not reported
Oct 20 Oregon hosts Falls City JV

Illinois 52 Iowa 12

Louisiana 54 Acadiana Home School 30
Maryland 70 Options 0
South Carolina 84 Fountain Inn Christian 82

Taylor-Pierson 34 Florida 28
Shortridge 46 Indiana 17 (secionals, first round)
Cleveland 24 Minnesota 16 (first round, state playoffs)
South Wasco County 18 Washington 12
Maranatha 52 Wisconsin 6

scores not turned in
Oct 23 Kansas hosts Independence Home School
Oct 24 New Mexico at Reserve
Oct 24 Michigan at Waldron
Oct 24 Texas at Sacred Heart

 

Saturday games
Oct 25 Fremont at Riverside
Oct 25 Oklahoma at Arkansas
Oct 25 Georgia at Louisiana JV
Oct 25 Alabama at Carolinas at Morganton

 

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Gallaudet women’s soccer

Four Bison close out careers on homecoming weekend

WASHINGTON – Gallaudet University’s women’s soccer team saw its
2014 season come to a close Friday night as the Bison lost, 5-1,
to North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) foe Penn College on
homecoming weekend. The game marked the final contest for four
Gallaudet seniors, who recognized before the match began.

………………..

Maryland football

MSD   18   36    16     0      70
Options  0    0    0      0       0

Scoring Summary
1st Quarter
(MSD) Latin 4 yd run (Bonheyo Run) 10:45
(MSD) Safery – McNeely tackled punter in endzone 8:41
(MSD) Perry 15 yd run (Latin Run) 6:50

2nd Quarter
(MSD) Latin 3 yd run (Bonheyo Run) 10:22
(MSD) Maucere 14 yd pass from Biskupiak (Run Failed) 8:43
(MSD) Werner 3 yd run (Maucere pass from Biskupiak) 5:03
(MSD) Orozco 45 yd Interception Return (Run Failed) 3:57
(MSD) Maucere 52 yd pass from Biskupiak (Sanchez Run) 1:34

3rd Quarter
(MSD) Perry 15 yd run (Archibald Run)
(MSD) Tete 26 yd run (Tete Run)

Notable Team Stats
MSD had total 329 offense yards (34 carries for 210 yards and 119
passing yards) compared to Options’ total yards at 4 yards. Options was not able to produce
any yards in 1st half. MSD defense has shut down opponent twice in row. 

Notable Individual Stats
Latin 9 carries for 40 yards 2 tds
Bonheyo 3 carries for 81 yards 
Biskupiak 5 for 8, 119 yards 2 tds
Maucere 3 catches for 70 yards 2 tds 

Orozco – 1 interception for 45 yards (returned for td)
Sanchez 4 total tackles
C. Moers 6 total tackles
B. Moers 5 total tackles, 1 interception 

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Gallaudet volleyball

Bison and Seahawks go the distance in Homecoming match

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University women’s volleyball team played five
tough sets before they fell to St. Mary’s (Md.) College, 3-2, in front of
a spirited and packed Field House on homecoming weekend.

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Lexington soccer

Avenues 5  Lexington 2
 
East Elmhurst, N.Y.- Lexington played their hearts out trying to win to
have the overall winning record for the season. We did not make it but the
game was
kept so close by our passing game and great goaltending by Jia-Cheng Huang
as he made 23 saves. We honored the final year players in this game as
they are
Jia-Cheng Huang, Samer Abualya, Tanvir Chowdhury, Adrian Rivera, &
Mohammed Hogue. Our boys played physical game as Avenues were playing so
physical as well.
We were down 2-3 at halftime before allowing 2 more goals in 2nd half.
This was our final game of the season!
 
Goals: Jaime Pavia & Samer Abualya
Assists: Raymond Mukhailov
Saves: Jia-Cheng Huang (23)
 
FINAL SEASON RECORD: 8-9-2
PSAA League 1-9-2
Deaf Schools: 7-0-0 (ESDAA Metro CHAMPIONS)

 

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New England Soccer tournament

NESDS Tournaments
RISD 2 TLC 5
American 9 NJ/PSD 0

Saturday the 25th
Championship TLC vs American

……………..

Wisconsin football

Wisconsin played Maranatha Baptist Academy with shower weather through the
game yesterday afternoon. MBA dominated to outplay us from the 1st half by
the ground and air attack very well. Our boys struggled to move the ball
possession due to MBA front defensive linemen dismantled our rushing plays
on either side in the first half eventhough we blew our golden opporunity
to score a touchdown with excellent field position into our red zone area
during the second quarter before the halftime. We did play better and
adjusted our ground attack against the defense scheme alignment on the
field in the second half. Damon Hopp (Quarterback) ran 1 yard to score a
lonely touchdown in the third quarter on the opening drive which the key
factor resulted by Daniel Romero (Fullback) that he did make a huge 39
yards run.

MBA elected to keep throwing the ball more than 1st half to strike
favorite target one of Wide Receiver as Jerome Payne (Defensive Back) only
allowed him with 3 caught out of 10 times throughout the game however
hooked a swift bullet of passing touchdown from the quarterback on the
last drive in the 4th quarter. Damon Hopp ran 15 times for 58 yards with
a touchdown and caught a ball for 12 yards also collected 10 total
tackles. Daniel Romero led the highlight of Firebirds defense team to chip
with 8 solo tackles, 3 assist tackles, 2 forced fumble, 2 fumble recovery
and 1 broken pass. We completed our amazing football season with only 9
football players from the mid of August to October. We will miss our 3
excellent Senior boys.

(Note: MBA has 6 Senior boys on the roster while we had only 8 football
boys on the field yesterday.)

Wisconsin 0 0 6 0 6
Maranatha Bapt. 18 13 7 14 52

Record: 4 -3

 

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American volleyball

We played against The Learning Center for the Deaf yesterday.
We won, 3-0. The score is 25-14, 25-19, and 25-14. The record is 4-8.
…………………

Wisconsin football

-Record 17-13

Football lost 6-52 vs Maranatha Baptist Academy

-Record 4-3 (GPSD Record 4-1)

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Minnesota football

MSAD FOOTBALL
Faribault Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf football named DeafDigest
Sports’ 8-man National Champion for 3rd straight year

For the third year in a row and the 10th time in school history, the
Trojans can call themselves national champions.

Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf.s football team was named DeafDigest
Sports. 8-man National Champion on Wednesday, according to MSAD Athletic
Director Davey Olson. It came one day after the Trojans. season concluded
with a 24-16 road loss to No. 2 seed Cleveland in the Section 2 9-man
quarterfinals.

.It was a great privilege to be part of this squad throughout the fall,.
Olson said. .Our coaches did a fantastic job. Our boys played a great
season. Our seniors had amazing careers. Our parents and booster club are
fun to work with.

.I believe this squad was probably one of the best I.ve ever seen in terms
of size, speed and numbers of boys participating in our program..

The Trojans ended their 2014 campaign with a 6-2 record after Tuesday.s
loss to Cleveland. MSAD.s only other loss was a 40-18 defeat to West
Lutheran . a non-deaf team the Trojans had beaten 20-14 in overtime in
Week 1. Other than that, MSAD ran through its five deaf-school opponents,
winning by an average margin of 45.2 points per game.

MSAD loses eight seniors from this year.s team but is expected to return
several promising younger players next year.

.I feel good to see our coaches have their program all set for the next
few years,. Olson said.

The Trojans earned the nod from DeafDigest Sports for a third straight
year and also won the award in 2007, 2003, 1998, 1997, 1992, 1977 and
1950.

.Being selected as DeafDigest Sports. 8-man (National Champion) was the
best thing that ever happened to our school, our coaches and our boys,.
Olson said.

……………………..

Indiana football

Sectional 44
Shortridge 46, Indiana Deaf 17

Indiana volleyball

Class A

At Indiana Deaf

Tuesday

Indiana Deaf d. International 26-24, 25-13, 25-13

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Texas volleyball

Subject: TSD vs Geneva of Boerne

Geneva 25 25 25
TSD 14 18 19

TSD has completed the season with 20-22 record.  Geneva school of
Boerne is a very solid team, they can attack from anywhere-  There
was a reason why they were TAPPS 2A State Runner-up for 2 years in
row.

We will be losing only 2 Seniors from this year’s squad-

Girls, Thank you for your 2 months of hard work with the volleyball
program..

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Iowa volleyball

The final game of the 2014 campaign was played by the Iowa Deaf Lady
Bobcats.  We traveled to Illinois School for the Deaf in
Jacksonville, ILL this past Thursday and a very unfortunate and
emotional game was lost by Iowa Deaf to end their season.

“I wish Illinois had line judges, it would have made a difference in
the match, a lot of pressure put on the officials to call some real
close plays”.  The momentum would shift our way, then to get a call
of a re-serve because not sure the ball was in or out.   But then
again what do you do but play on!   A sad way to end the year for an
amazing group of young ladies who never gave up one time!

Leading the way for the Bobcats were the two seniors.  Brianna Vargo
and Kalynn Coulter.  Brianna served tremendously;  18-20 with 6 aces.
 She went 98% setting, 3 set assists, and 2 digs.  She played injured
the whole game, and played with a lot of heart.  Kalynn continued her
success on the serving line by going 21-21 serving with 6 aces as
well.  Kalynn helped set the ball numerous times to her teammates. 

Illinois and Iowa was the best match up all year.  EVEN teams, they
had more height, but in the aspect of playing the game of volleyball,
could have went either way.

The first game was a back and forth battle.  ILL came out on top
25-20.  The second game the Lady Cats took complete control!! 
Winning 25-10 behind the amazing aggressive net play by Annie White. 
“Annie played phenomenal that 2nd and 3rd game.  She finished with
80% hitting with 9 kills, 1 block and 1 dig.”   The third and final
game (weird games were to 25, best two out of three)(even the third
set to 25) was a “fight” between the ISD Tigers and the ISD Bobcats.
Every point was traded by serve or rally and volley.    Illinois got
the 3rd game 25-23.  “If that third set was played to 15, like here
in Iowa then we would have won 16-14.   Defensively, Katie Brown our
most improved player on the Bobcat team had 4 digs.

 

This finishes our season here at Iowa Deaf with a record (outstanding
compared to last year) with 10 wins and 12 loses.  A true “Cinderella
story” here at Iowa Deaf.  Thank you to all of you for your support
of this program and your positive writings.

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Learning Center volleyball

DATE: Friday October 24, 2014
SCORE: Worcester Academy J.V. 3, The Learning Center for the Deaf 0
(26-24, 25-7, 25-17)

The TLC Lady Ghosts held its final regular-season home contest as we
hosted the Worcester Academy Hilltoppers’ J.V. team.  We were looking
to improve on a strong performance yesterday.  We didn’t do that.
 Instead, we took our play to an even higher level!

The Lady Ghosts played with a lot of intensity and maintained it for
the entire first set.  W.A. looked for an easy win with a 1-5 start,
but we muscled our way to a 17-16 lead.  Naralee Perez (Fr.) came off
the bench to launch two aces and propel us to a 24-20 set point
opportunity!  Unfortunately, the Hilltoppers refused to die.  Their
co-captain, Elena Ngjeia (#14), had two aces and W.A. countered every
one of our attacks to pull off a 26-24 victory!

The second set was a strange one for us.  We were amped up and ready
for a strong showing… but nothing went right for us that set.
 Ngjeia and her substitute, Jiaqi Zhang, combined for 17 consecutive
service points to give W.A. a huge 21-1 start!  They had “only” 6
aces in that span, which was a huge positive for us because we had
been working on better serve receiving all season long.  We made
many, many tough digs, passes, and even ran into each other several
times, injuring a few of our players.  The Hilltoppers had a set
point opportunity, but Heather Hall (So.) had an ace and Kayla
LoBrutto (So.) added two more to slow them down.  They finally
managed an ace to seal a 25-7 win.

Our players, only seven in all, were in a lot of physical pain and it
was hard for them to fight so hard and not to have a set win to show
for it at that point.  Still, we put in another strong effort in the
3rd set.  We shook off an early 3-9 deficit to trail 7-9 thanks to an
ace by Norma Aldana (Fr.) and a kill by Emily Zeringue (Fr.).  The
Hilltoppers pulled away again and after an ace by our senior Louise
Applegate (12-17 deficit), they took advantage of our errors to pull
away for a 25-17 win.

Assistant Coach Amy and I are thrilled with our team’s play over the
past two days.  We are at 0-12 (0-8) now, but I can’t stop smiling.
 We hope to see the TLC community come tomorrow (Saturday) morning at
11 A.M. as we host the Framingham HS 9th grade team for what will be
a competitive scrimmage.  It will be the final opportunity to watch
our girls play at home this season, and be sure to stick around
afterwards to watch our soccer team win the NESD championship.  ;-)

TODAY’S TLC STATS
Louise Applegate – 1 Ace, 2 Kills, 8 Digs, and 7 Receptions
Norma Aldana – 3 Aces, 1 Kill, 5 Digs, and 2 Receptions
Kayla LoBruto – 3 Aces, 9 Digs, and 6 Receptions
Emily Zeringue – 1 Kill, 5 Digs, and 7 Receptions
Heather Hall – 3 Aces, 3 Digs, and 5 Receptions
Naralee Perez – 2 Aces, 1 Dig, and 1 Reception
Christine Vargas – 1 Dig and 1 Reception

 

 

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DeafDigest Sports – October 24, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor
……..

Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

– assorted stories

– some football scores

Facebook:
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Twitter:
@deafdigest.com

won/lost records – as of October 23, 2014
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

2014 football scores (updated every Monday)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/football-scores/

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upcoming football games

score not reported
Oct 20 Oregon hosts Falls City JV

Louisiana 54 Acadiana Home School 30
South Carolina 84 Fountain Inn Christian 82

Taylor-Pierson 34 Florida 28
Cleveland 24 Minnesota 16 (first round, state playoffs)
South Wasco County 18 Washington 12

scores not turned in
Oct 23 Kansas hosts Independence Home School
Oct 23 Iowa at Illinois
Oct 23 Wisconsin at Marantha Academy

today’s games
Oct 24 Maryland hosts Options Charter
Oct 24 New Mexico at Reserve
Oct 24 Indiana at Shortridge (sectionals)
Oct 24 Texas at Sacred Heart
Oct 24 Michigan at Waldron

Saturday games
Oct 25 Fremont at Riverside
Oct 25 Oklahoma at Arkansas
Oct 25 Georgia at Louisiana JV
Oct 25 Alabama at Carolinas at Morganton

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Note:

today’s edition is just copied and pasted with no
organizing of stories. DeafDigest Sports editor is
going away for the weekend, and is distributing
this edition in a mad hurry before jumping into
his car!

Thank you for understanding

Barry Strassler
DeafDigest Sports

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Kansas volleyball
Team Record is 12 and 12 (not 12 and 11).

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men and women national team based on the recent tryout and training camp
at Gallaudet University

Here is the announcement of the new selected players for the 2015 World Deaf Basketball Championship in Taipei, Taiwan.

2014-2015 USA Deaf Basketball National Men Roster

Jeremias Valencia
Layton Seeber
Raymond Nelson
Rogers Printup
Ben Coleman
Daniel Fava
Orion Palmer
Steve Biskupiak
Edlin Dorn
Josh McGriff
Ali Elmarsi
Anton Jackson
Frank Jackson
Rashad Gatlin
Luke Adams
Michael Lizzaggara
Macam Bak
Johnny Jackson
Todd Bonheyo
Conrad Baer

2014-2015 USA Deaf Basketball National Women Roster

Claire Tucker
Zamica Gage
Nukeitra Hayes
Lindsay Stergio
Raven Pentz
Tori Faieta
Paige Machacki
Crystal Marion
Shaquanna Mc Donough
Christy Smith
Darriyan Thomas
Danielle Warren
Sara Wnek
Elena Cirracceli
Juliana Apfel

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St Mary’s volleyball

SMSD Girls VB team won and beat Niagara Catholic!!  It was a great
game today.  Everyone played so well after so many weeks of
practice. 

We are heading to ESDAA in New Jersey tomorrow morning at 6.   NJSD
is hosting the ESDAA Girls Volleyball tournament.  We will play
against RSD, DSD, WVSB, PSD, and NJSD. 

Tracy White has 26 points in total of four games.

Vaughntasia has 18 points in total of two games.

1st game:  26 – 24  (SMSD lost)

2nd game:  25 – 9  (SMSD won)

3rd game:  25 – 11 (SMSD won)

4th game:  25 – 20  (SMSD won)

 

Our record:  3 -7 – 1

 
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Maryland volleyball

MIAC Varsity Semfinals 

Maryland beat Mt. Airy Christian Academy, 3-0Scores: 25-21, 25-17,
25-21
Record:  37-3-1

Stats
Bridget Berrigan
1 kill, 2 assists, 4 digs

Brooke Bonheyo
4 digs, 1 ace

Adele Daniels
14 kills, 6 digs, 6 aces

Monique Johnson
1 block, 2 digs

Karita Lewis
3 kills, 1 assist, 3 digs, 2 aces

Tessa Lewis
11 kills, 1 assist, 10 digs, 4 aces

Kaela Luttrell
6 digs, 1 ace

Kaitlyn Weeks
22 assists, 4 digs, 1 ace

MIAC JV Semifnals
Maryland JV beat Redemeer Classical Christian Academy, 2-0
Scores: 25-16, 25-13

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Rochester soccer

RSD traveled to Elmira, NY for their first playoff game. RSD was the
#4 seed competting against the #1 seed, Intensity. In thrilling
fashion, RSD came out victorious, winning, 4-3. A goal and assist by
Ahmed Mahomoud helped lead the team to victory. Sam Ragona held the
fort on defense, playing spectacular “D” for the entire game.

RSD: 4
Intensity: 3

Overall record: 8-7-3

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Learning Center volleyball

DATE: October 23, 2014
SCORE: American School for the Deaf 3, The Learning Center for the
Deaf 0 (25-14, 25-19, 25-14)

Today the TLC Lady Ghosts hosted the ASD Tigers in a rematch from
October 4.  ASD won this one as well, 3 sets to 0.

The first set was a close contest at first.  ASD overcame a 7-6
deficit to score 8 unanswered service points behind their #3 (5 by
our receiving errors).  The Tigers’ #4 took command launched six
consecutive aces!  Manju Canuel (Sr.) gave the Tigers a taste of
their own medicine with three consecutive aces.  However, we were too
far behind and a service error gave the Tigers a 25-14 win.

In the second set, ASD looked for another big victory by romping to a
16-3 lead behind 10 aces.  They then lost the ball… and the Lady
Ghosts fought back!!!  Sophomore Kayla LoBrutto was on absolute fire
and made 7 service points, including 3 aces, to turn it into a 11-17
deficit.  Emily Zeringue (Fr.) contributed with 4 service points
(including an ace) and Louise Applegate (Sr.), Canuel, and Norma
Aldana (Fr.) all had a kill each.  TLC tried to use its newfound
aggression to force a tie from a 19-21 deficit, but four consecutive
errors did us in and ASD won the second set.

In the third set, Canuel made up for her service errors in the second
set by firing 3 aces to give us a 5-0 start.  ASD shook off a 7-2
deficit to lead 10-8 as we just couldn’t score service points.  ASD’s
#10 scored 11 unanswered service points (including a couple of
fantastic digs and kills by the Tigers) to make it 24-12.  We fought
back a little too late and they won 25-14.

Speaking as their coach, the TLC Lady Ghosts played their absolute
best volleyball today.  We are excited to see them continue to
improve tomorrow and Saturday.  Tomorrow will be a 5 P.M. home match
against the Worcester Academy J.V. team.  Saturday – our FINAL home
date – will be a competitive scrimmage with the Framingham High
School 9th grade team, to begin at 11 A.M.  The TLC community is
invited to cheer on our girls and also our soccer team for our
Homecoming Weekend.  TLC volleyball’s record is now 0-11 (0-8).

TODAY’S TLC STATS
Emily Zeringue – 1 Ace, 1 Kill, 2 Assists, 2 Digs, and 7 Receptions
Manju Canuel – 6 Aces, 1 Kill, 4 Digs, and 6 Receptions
Louise Applegate – 1 Ace, 2 Kills, 6 Digs, and 4 Receptions
Kayla LoBrutto – 2 Aces, 1 Kill, 4 Digs, and 6 Receptions
Heather Hall – 1 Kill, 1 Assist, 2 Digs, and 5 Receptions
Norma Aldana – 2 Kills and 3 Digs

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Florida football

FSDB falls to Taylor-Pierson 28-34

The FSDB Dragons lost to Taylor-Pierson 28-34.  It was a hard fought
game that came down to the last play.  We just couldn’t get it in the
end zone.

It was a tale of two halves as the halftime score was 9-8 in favor of
TP. The second half of the game saw 45 total points from both teams.

We’ll move on from this loss and get ready for the big game vs St.
Joseph’s Academy on 10/30 at 7pm on our HOME field.  We stand at 5-3
this season.  If we win next week the South Division championship
will be ours. And we will be hosting the NFFC championship game on
11/13 vs the winner of the North Dvision.

Total offense: 309 yards
Rushing: Cash 13-91 2 TDs, Scott 12-48 1td 1 2-pt, Wallace 7-44,
Maldonado 10-35, Ynirio 1-4.

Passing: Scott 4/11 87yds 1 td

Receiving: Ames 2-50, Cash 1-30, Ynirio 1-7

Defense: Cash 16t 1ff, Homewood 12t, Townsend 9t, Kovatch, Ames,
Ant.Wallace, Williams 5t

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Michigan volleyball

Tonight was the big Pink Out event!  What a great turn out, it was
the largest crowd we have had all season.  Michigan School for the
Deaf played Waterbrook Academy at home tonight, 10-23-14.  We played
3 sets and won all of them.  The scores were 1: 25-12, 2: 25-14, 3:
25-19.  Most of our 8th graders got to play tonight to gain some game
time experience and learned a lot.  Hannah Wears had 3 kills, 2
aces.  Kassie Ross had 4 aces, and 3 assists. Both Hannah and Kassie
were able to practice their jump serve tonight and it was the
highlight of the night.  The Lady Tartars did awesome and our fans
poured in!  Our fundraiser totals will be added up shortly and
announced.  Overall tonight was a success!  Great Job MSD!
 
We will play Waterbrook Academy again next Thursday, 10-30-14, for
our last home game of the season starting at 5:00pm.  While we wait
to meet them again, we will continue to raise money for the Side-out
Foundation by having a staff and student game next Tuesday,
10-28-14.  Hope to see you soon!
 
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Louisiana football 

Louisiana 54
Acadiana Home School 30

Record: 6-2

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New England Schools for the Deaf (NESD) Soccer Tournament & TLC Homecoming Day

37th Annual New England Schools for the Deaf

Soccer Tournament and Homecoming Day

Hosted By The Learning Center for the Deaf

October 24th & October 25th, 2014

Friday, October 24th  
1 pm – #3 RISD vs. #2 TLC
3 pm – #4 NJSD/PSD vs. #1 ASD
5 pm – Lady Ghosts Volleyball vs. Worcester Academy Junior Varsity
Saturday, October 25th

10 am – TLC Youth Soccer game vs. RISD
11 am – Lady Ghosts Volleyball Scrimmage vs. Framingham High School
JV/Freshmen
12 pm – Consolation (3rd/4th place) game
2 pm ñ-Championship Game
* Half time – Homecoming Courts
3:30 pm – Awards Ceremony
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Washington football

South Wasco County 18, Washington School For The Deaf, Wash. 12

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Roller derby coach under fire for jab at deaf player
http://www.3news.co.nz/nznews/roller-derby-coach-under-fire-for-jab-at-deaf-player-2014102418#ixzz3H3NvNong

 

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DeafDigest Sports – October 23, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor
……..

Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

– a football team wins a basketball game

– a world deaf champion

– a big change in deaf world tennis

– a deaf champion in hearing pool

– most important game of season for Lexington


Facebook:
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Twitter:
@deafdigest.com

won/lost records – as of October 23, 2014
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

2014 football scores (updated every Monday)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/football-scores/

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upcoming football games

score not reported
Oct 20 Oregon hosts Falls City JV

South Carolina 84 Fountain Inn Christian 82

Cleveland 24 Minnesota 16 (first round, state playoffs)

Oct 23 Louisiana hosts Acadiana Home School
Oct 23 Washington at Portland Lutheran
Oct 23 Kansas hosts Independence Home School
Oct 23 Florida hosts Taylor-Pierson
Oct 23 Iowa at Illinois
Oct 23 Wisconsin at Marantha Academy

Oct 24 Maryland hosts Options Charter
Oct 24 New Mexico at Reserve
Oct 24 Indiana at Shortridge (sectionals)
Oct 24 Texas at Sacred Heart
Oct 24 Michigan at Waldron

Oct 25 Fremont at Riverside
Oct 25 Oklahoma at Arkansas
Oct 25 Georgia at Louisiana JV
Oct 25 Alabama at Carolinas at Morganton

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Gallaudet football

Gallaudet linebacker Nico Santiago selected as NFF candidate for NFF National Scholar-Athlete Awards

IRVING, Texas – Gallaudet University senior linebacker Nico Santiago
(Moorestown, N.J.) was selected as one the best and brightest from the
college gridiron as announced by The National Football Foundation (NFF)
and College Hall of Fame. Santiago is one of 169 semifinalists honored
from the Football Bowl Subdivision, Football Championship Subdivision,
Division II, Division III and NAIA.

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Gallaudet softball

Gallaudet softball releases 2015 schedule
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/sball/2014-15/releases/schedulepreview

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Gallaudet baseball

Gallaudet baseball announces 2015 schedule
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/bsb/2014-15/releases/schedulepreview

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American soccer

Forman 2   American 1.

 

Record 10-6
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Florida

tonite’s football opponent

Taylor (3-4) at Fla. Deaf and Blind (5-2)

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Lexington soccer

Tuesday, October 21, 2014
 
Mill Neck Manor 2  Lexington 5

East Elmhurst, N.Y.- Mill Neck contacted us wanted us to provide an
experience for their team by playing  a match
with us. We accepted their offer because it was a great opportunity for
our back up players to play a full game or
as much as they could. We set up the game format playing 8 on 8 and four
15 minute periods. It was great to them
play as they do have several real talented players even their lady players
were awesome as well. They were
enlightened to be able to play another Deaf School as well. I hope to see
their program continue and flourish.
Congrats to the Chiefs for trying their best.
 
Goals: Dilshane Senevirante, Noah Aljahmi, Fernando Cardona, Jorge Ortega,
& Timar Harris (His 1st goal ever)
Assists:  Jaime Pavia & Francisico Hernandez
Saves: Joey Pon (2)-Allowed one, Raymond Mukhailov (1)- Allowed one
 
(Deaf Schools: 7-0-0)
 
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
 
Kew Forest 2  Lexington 4

East Elmhurst, N.Y.- Kew Forest came to Lexington to a wet field but hard
playing surface except for two certain
spots. We were able to get the game in even it poured so hard during 2nd
half. We were down 0-2 at halftime but we
outshot Kew Forest in 1st half and could not capitalize on some great
shots. Their goalkeeper was tough and
very talent as well. Raymond Mukhailov was able to score all four goals
for the Blue Jays at 45th, 58th, 76th, and
79th minute marks! Jia-Cheng allowed only 2 and made five great saves as
well. Our defense played well even though
one Kew Forest player scored both goals for them. We finally won our first
PSAA league game of the season!
 
Goals: Raymond Mukhailov (4)
Assists: Tanvir Chowdhury & Samer Abualya
Saves: Jia-Cheng Huang (5)
 
(PSAA 1-8-2)
 
Season Record: 8-8-2

FINAL GAME: Avenues at Lexington on Friday, October 24st at 4 PM. (PSAA
League)

editor’s note
why is this game important?

a win over Avenues would assure Lexington of a winning season!

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Maryland volleyball

IPSL Championships
Maryland beat St. James, 3-0Scores: 25-12, 25-16, 25-17
Record:  36-3-1

Stats
Bridget Berrigan
3 assists, 2 digs

Brooke Bonheyo
1 assist, 4 digs

Adele Daniels
16 kills,1 block, 1 assist, 13 digs, 1 ace

Monique Johnson
1 block

Karita Lewis
5 kills, 2 blocks, 4 digs, 1 ace

Tessa Lewis
12 kills, 14 digs, 3 aces

Kaela Luttrell
2 assists, 5 digs

Kaitlyn Weeks
1 kill, 25 assists, 9 digs, 4 aces

Maryland JV lost to Flint Hill, 0-2
Scores: 9-25, 15-25
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New York soccer

NYSD vs EF International
EF International jumped to an early lead as they won first set, 18-25.
During the second match, the Lady Tornadoes showed their true character
by battling back and finished with a 25-23. EF International bounced
back and closed out the match with a 3-15. Our current record is 5 wins
and 7 losses.

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South Carolina football

SCSDB wins 84-82

this is not a basketball score. Actual football score.

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World Deaf Squash championship

Phil Tomas, United Kingdom, won the World Deaf Championship
in Squash. This event took place in Melbourne, Australia

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A big change in Deaf Tennis world

http://bit.ly/1weqU9p

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a deaf champion in hearing pool

Shane Van Boening Wins Another Championship

http://listen.sdpb.org/post/shane-van-boening-wins-another-championship

 

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DeafDigest Sports – October 22, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor
……..

Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

- Maryland advances in conference volleyball playoffs

- a Gallaudet swimming honor

- Talaat finally signs a pro football contract

- DeafDigest Sports Team of the Year announcement

 

Facebook:
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Twitter:
@deafdigest.com

won/lost records – as of October 22, 2014
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

2014 football scores (updated every Monday)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/football-scores/

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upcoming football games

score not reported
Oct 20 Oregon hosts Falls City JV

Clevaland 24 Minnesota 16 (first round, state playoffs)

Oct 22 South Carolina hosts Fountain Inn Christian

Oct 23 Louisiana hosts Acadiana Home School
Oct 23 Washington at Portland Lutheran
Oct 23 Kansas hosts Independence Home School
Oct 23 Florida hosts Taylor-Pierson
Oct 23 Iowa at Illinois
Oct 23 Wisconsin at Marantha Academy

Oct 24 Maryland hosts Options Charter
Oct 24 New Mexico at Reserve
Oct 24 Indiana at Shortridge (sectionals)
Oct 24 Texas at Sacred Heart
Oct 24 Michigan at Waldron

Oct 25 Fremont at Riverside
Oct 25 Oklahoma at Arkansas
Oct 25 Georgia at Louisiana JV
Oct 25 Alabama at Carolinas at Morganton

2014 DeafDigest Sports 8-man Football Team of the Year

– Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf

other teams in consideration were: Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi,
Tennessee, Wisconsin

Minnesota defeated a state ranked hearing team and were in contention
in yesterday’s first round playoff game against a #2 seeded team

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Gallaudet football

Gallaudet’s Adham Talaat signs with the Florida Blacktips of the FXFL
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/fball/2014-15/releases/talaat-blacktips

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Gallaudet swimming

Gallaudet’s Anna Polivanchuk named NEAC Womens Swimmer of the Week
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wswimdive/2014-15/releases/neacsaow-oct21

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Alabama volleyball
Monday, October 21
ASD Lady Warriors finished 2nd place in Class 1A Area 8 Tournament
Semi-Final

ASD – Victory Christian

25-15, 21-25, 25-22, 25-11
Championship

TCC 3â ASD 0

25-9, 25-20, 25-18

Season record: 12 – 14

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Alabama football

Florida School for the Deaf and Blind (4-2) 14 20 34 6 47
Alabama School for the Deaf (2-5) 0 6 6 0 14

Next game: at North Carolina School for the Deaf in
Morganton, NC this Saturday at two o clock

Record 2-6

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Fremont volleyball

CSD d. Contra Costa Christian 3-0
F. Harmount: 10 k, 33 digs, 2 aces
C. Pedersen: 10k, 10 digs, 6 assists, 2 aces
B. Dike: 3k, 23 assists, 17 digs,

25-19, 25-11, 25-15

CSD stands undefeated in league, 10-0. 14-10 overall.

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Indiana volleyball

newspaper story

Sectional 58: Indiana Deaf d. International, 26-24, 25-13, 25-13. Raelyn
Fuechtmann (ID) with 14 kills in the sweep.

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Kansas volleyball

Two games tonight:
KSD vs. IHS
21 to 25
17 to 25

KSD vs. Christ Prep
11 to 25
25 to 23
15 to 12

Overall GPAC record:
2 wins and 1 loss

IHS- First Place
KSD- Second Place
Christ Prep- Third Place
Alta Vista- Fourth Place

Season Record: 12 wins and 11 losses
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Learning Center soccer

BTA 9 TLC 3

TLC played the last game of the regular season against an undefeated team,
Boston Trinity Academy (BTA). BTA scored goals very quickly in the first
half, netting 5 goals while TLC got one.

TLC played better in the second half as they aggressively got the ball and
shot a lot toward the net. TLC could not complete the scoring chances.
Elijah Jones scored on a beautiful headed goal from a long free-kick.

There’s great news for TLC as the team has been qualified for the playoff.
The playoff will begin next week.

-Dylan Christoffels (Fr) had a goal
-Iromilison “RO” Centieno (Sr) had a goal
-Elijah Jones (Sr) had a goal

Record: 4-9

Next game: New England Schools for for the Deaf Soccer tournament at TLC
on Friday against Rhode Island School for the Deaf

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Maryland volleyball

MIAC Playoffs – Quarterfinals
Maryland beat Perry Hall, 3-0Scores: 25-5, 25-2, 25-10
Record:  35-3-1

Stats
Brooke Bonheyo
1 kill, 7 assists, 2 digs

Adele Daniels
7 kills, 2 assists, 2 digs, 1 ace

Monique Johnson
1 kill

Karita Lewis
4 kills, 1 dig, 2 aces

Tessa Lewis
5 kills, 2 aces

Kaela Luttrell
2 digs

Kaitlyn Weeks
2 kills, 8 assists, 1 dig

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Minnesota football

We were that close in first section win in our school history.
We were leading 16 to 0 in 3rd quarter before losing 16-24
to Cleveland

http://www.southernminn.com/faribault_daily_news/sports/article_38b43e95-8e3a-590d-a70b-06551d8511b1.html

At one point, Cleveland and West Lutheran were ranked in the state

MSAD defeated West Lutheran earlier in the season

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New Jersey sports

October 16th
Soccer
@ Lexington 12
NJSD 1
The Colts faced a tough team at Lexington. Juan Ventura-Colaj from NJSD
scored our only goal unassisted. New Jersey and Pennsylvania combined to
field 11 players. We opened with a goal then Lexington scored the next 12
goals. They continued to be aggressive the entire game and really beat us
bad. PSD goalie and NJSD goalie combined for 6 saves.

Season Record: 0 -4-1

 

Volleyball
@ Lexington 25 25 25
NJSD 5 14 9
The Lady Colts faced a much better team in Lexington. The only bright spot
was Liliana Martinez with 7 service points.

Season record: 4-3

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New Jersey volleyball

34th Division II ESDAA Volleyball Tournament

Hosted at the New Jersey School for the Deaf
October 24th – 25th
320 Sullivan Way
Trenton, NJ 08625

For the most updated information please go to this web site
https://sites.google.com/a/mksd.org/mk-njsd-athletics/

or email martha.fowler@mksd.org
Friday, October 24th
2:30                                        New Jersey vs Pennsylvania
3:00                                        Delaware vs New Jersey
3:30                                        Delaware vs Pennsylvania
4:00                                        Rochester vs St. Maryÿÿs
4:30                                        West VA vs Pennsylvania
5:00                                        New Jersey vs Rochester
5:30                                        St. Maryÿÿs vs West VA
6:00                                        Rochester vs Pennsylvania
6:30                                        West VA vs Delaware
7:00                                        New Jersey vs St. Maryÿÿs
7:30                                        Rochester vs West VA
8:00                                        Pennsylvania vs St. Marys
8:30                                        Delaware vs St. Maryÿÿs
9:00                                        West VA vs New Jersey
9:30                                        Delaware vs Rochester

Saturday, October 25th

8:15 am            Competitions

9:15  am          Game 1 = # 4 seed vs # 5 seed  ( best of 3, last
game to 15)

10:15 am         Game 2 = # 3 seed vs # 6 seed   ( best of 3, last
game to 15)

11:15 am        Game 3 = loser game 1 vs loser game 2 (5th / 6th
place)  (one game to 25)

11:45 am         Game 4 = # 2 seed vs winner game 2   ( best of 3,
last game to 15)

12:45 pm          Game 5 = #1 seed vs winner game 1  ( best of 3,
last game to 15)

1:45 pm           Game 6 = Loser of game 4 vs loser of game 5 ( 3rd /
4th place)

( best of 3, last game to 15)
3:00 pm             Game 7 = Winner of game 5 vs winner of game 4
(1st / 2nd)

( best of 3, last game to 15)

Admission Fee:
Adults – $5 per day
Students with ID – $3 per day
Children under 6 years old ÿÿ free
Refreshments at all games, sold by the Varsity Athletic Club. (Philly
cheese steaks, hot dogs, nachos and cheese,
ÿchilli, soda and water, homemade cookies)

……………

Pennsylvania volleyball

Yesterday, we traveled to the Community Academy of Philadelphia. In the
past, our CAP games have been a necessary evil in the season, the girls
walk in knowing that it will be a tough, fast paced game that they will
probably walk away from in defeat. NOT YESTERDAY! Your Panthers came to win!

In a best of 5 game, we won 3 out of 4 sets… 25/22 (them), 26/24 (us!),
26/24 (us!), and 27/25 (us!). Each set was a nail biter and Christine, Kim,
and I were playing from our seats!

The girls scored points across the board.

Domonique EARNED US 2 POINTS with her serves!!!!
Yanieliz , Janiah, Mecca, and Trinity all scored points on well placed dig
returns.

Yasmean had her first BLOCK of the season!
Yasmean, Briona, and Mecca all scored on the attack!
EVERY GIRL on the team was able to put up points with good serving with
Yasmean, Janiah, Mecca, and Briona scoring ACES!

Overall, the girls looked great! They played as a team and showed Panther
spirit throughout the game!

…………

Rochester soccer

RSD hosted their last home game of the season against Hope Hall. RSD
defeated Hope Hall earlier in the season in dominating fashion 5-2, and
yesterday was no different as RSD easily beat them with a score of 8-2.
Sam Ragona played solid defense for the Wildcats while Dwain Pratt made a
spectacular header on net.

RSD: 8
Hope Hall: 2

League Record: 1-6-3
Overall Record: 7-7-3
Deaf against Deaf: 3-0 (Team RSD)
WNY United (SMSD + RSD): 1-1

…………

St Mary’s soccer

The boys varsity soccer team suffered a tough loss yesterday in our season
finale against the Falcons from West
Seneca Christian 11-0.  Our defense had a very difficult time trying to
clear the ball out of our zone and it
limited our offensive production.  Despite the fact that we were
outnumbered and out played, the coaching staff
was impressed that our boys never gave up and maintained sportsmanship
throughout the contest.  It should be noted
that this was Cole Rodgers and Drew Cannizzaros last soccer match of their
high school sports career.  Please
congratulate the team on a hard fought season where there were many signs
of improvement and potential for our
program in the future.

 

Overall Record:

3-11
………….

Texas football

 

The Texas School for the Deaf Rangers now have a 3-4 record, after losing a
heartbreaking game to John Paul II Guardians (4-4) at their home, 27 – 24.
The Rangers led 24-14 going into fourth quarter, but the Guardians were
able to put an additional 13 points at the last minute for the win.

TSD’s passing game suffered this time around, with Junior Elonzo Arellano
throwing 5 completions for 23 yards, and Sliva-Wynne catching 2 for 20
yards. The Rangersâ^@^Y rushing was better this time, with TSD rushing 25
times for a total of 132 yards. Junior Austin Silva-Wynne rushed for 106
on 10 carries. Silva-Wynne also reined in three touchdowns, Freshman
Gareth Ashton added in two 2-point PATs, and Sophomore Stone Leiker added
the final 2-point PAT on the scoreboard for a total of 24 for TSD.

The Rangers (3-4) play Sacred Heart (3-4) this Friday at 7:30 pm. This
will be TSDâ^@^Ys fourth district game. TSD has 1 win and 2 losses in Texas
Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS) Division III, District
3, while Sacred Heart is currently 3-0. TSD is currently ranked sixth in
the district line up, considerably behind Sacred Heart at second.

Come and bring the Ranger Spirit this Friday, October 24th at 7:30 pm at:
*Sacred Heart*
………..

Wisconsin volleyball

VB lost to Oak Hill Christian 0-3, 20-25, 24-26, 21-25

Current record 17-12

Last game of the season @Maranatha Baptist on Thursday

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