Apr
26

2017/04/25

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DeafDigest Sports – April 25-26, 2017

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

— Fremont sports

— Colorado track

— Riverside baseball

— college trackster

Deaf Sports Collections update
— unusual referee
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/tree/

do read the captions under the picture, as story refers to a Deaf Tree!

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Colorado girls’ track

Kiowa Klassic at Elbert High School. Girls’ Results Team Scores: 1st –
Calhan, 168; 2nd – Simla, 91; 3rd – Kiowa, 68; 4th – Nederland, 61; 5th –
Clear Creek, 60; 6th – Arickaree-Woodlin, 43; 7th – Rocky Ford, 24; 8th –
Gilpin County, 23; 8th – Fountain Valley, 23; 10th – Flagler, 21; 11th –
Edison, 13; 11th – Deer Trail, 13; 13th – Denver Academy, 11; 14th –
Bethune, 9; 15th – Miami-Yoder, 8; 16th – Hanover, 5; 17th – Elbert, 3;
18th – Power Technical Early College, 1; Ellicott, 1; 18th – Colorado Deaf
& Blind,

Colorado boys’ track

oys’ Results Team Scores: 1st – Calhan, 105; 2nd – Simla, 102; 3rd –
Flagler, 50; 4th – Evangelical Christian Academy, 45; 5th –
Arickaree-Woodlin, 43; 6th – Rocky Ford, 41; 7th – Denver Academy, 40; 8th
– Kiowa, 38; 9th – Elbert, 28; 10th – Gilpin County, 24; 11th – Fountain
Valley, 21; 12th – Bethune, 19; 13th – Colorado Deaf & Blind, 16; 13th –
Clear Creek, 16; 15th – Hanover, 14; 16th – Deer Trail, 11; 17th – Power
Technical Early College, 9; 18th – Nederland, 5.

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Fremont sports

The Baseball and Softball team competed hard at the Hoy Classic in
Washington D.C. during spring break and both finished 2-1, good for third
place.  In addition to the tournament, both teams gained a lot of
experience playing on Gallaudet’s gorgeous facilities, seeing the campus
and networking.

Athlete of the Week – YADIRA PACHECO.  This hard working center fielder is
always around looking for more work and ways to improve.  She also excels
in school and participates in FEAST competitions so she has balanced her
time exceptionally well.
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Tuesday April 25
Varsity Softball @ Emery, 4pm
1100 47th Street, Emeryville 94608
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Thursday April 27
Varsity Track and Field @ League Meet #2
Chabot College, 2pm
25555 Hesperian Blvd Hayward, 94545

Varsity Softball HOME GAME
vs Oakland Military Institute, 4pm

Varsity Baseball @ Athenian, 4pm
2100 Mt. Diablo Scenic Drive, Danville 94506

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Riverside baseball

from a tweet

CaliforniaLutheran baseball wins with walk off single by N. Schroeder
driving home J. Ambrose in exciting ending over Cal School f/t Deaf!

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deaf college trackster

Taylor Koss

senior

men’s track team

University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee

ran 54.54 in 400 hurles at the
Indiana State University track meet.

He is hoping to qualify for the NCAA-I nationals.

editor’s note:
Taylor’s sister, Lori, is a starter with the Gallaudet
women’s basketball team
 

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24

2017/04/24

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DeafDigest Sports – April 24, 2017

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

— Gallaudet baseball

— Gallaudet softball

— Indiana track

— elite deaf bowler

— an unusual referee

Deaf Sports Collections update
— Basketball, deaf national tournament championship on last second shot
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/unusual-deaf-referee/

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Gallaudet baseball

Seniors pitch Gallaudet to a sweep on Senior Day over SUNY Poly

WASHINGTON – It was a fitting Senior Day here Sunday for the Gallaudet
University baseball team as the Bison swept a North Eastern Athletic
Conference (NEAC) doubleheader from SUNY Poly at Hoy Field.

Senior pitchers Blake Phillips (Dalton, Ga.) and Ian Evans (Murphy, N.C.)
hurled back-to-back complete game victories to help keep GU alive in the
NEAC playoff hunt. Phillips pitched Gallaudet (9-26, 4-8 NEAC) to a 4-3
win over SUNY Poly (6-21, 5-5 NEAC) in the first game. In the second game,
Evans dug deep and tallied 129 pitches en route to a 5-3 nine-inning
victory.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/bsb/2016-17/releases/recap_poly

editor’s note:
last season’s team won 9 games; one more win will get the team into
a double-digit win season

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Gallaudet softball

Bison softball honor seniors on Senior Day

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University softball team celebrated Senior Day
here Sunday as the Bison paid tribute to their three seniors in between
the North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) doubleheader with Penn
St.-Berks.

Gallaudet (13-22-1, 4-12 NEAC South) lost the doubleheader to Penn
St.-Berks (19-7, 13-1 NEAC South) as the visiting Nittany Lions won 11-1
in five innings and 9-1 in six innings at the GU Softball Complex.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/sball/2016-17/releases/recap_psb2

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Indiana boys’ track

part of newspaper story

Boys Track

Roncalli 134, Tindley 41, Indiana Deaf 22, Scecina 19, Park Tudor 9

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elite deaf bowler

Frank Gallo, Jr, who has been bowling professionally
since the seventies is competing at the PBA50 Tour
UnitedHealthcare Sun Bowl bowling tournament this week

He is said to sit in the 26th place and could qualify
for the Top 32 if he is able to advance in each round.

His age? A young man at 60!

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college deaf athletes

an incoming freshman

Taylor Mowery has signed to play softball at
Siena Heights University in Michigan.

She will be making her debut with the 2018 softball season

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an unusual referee

Matt Calamare, Blossburg, PA, is deaf and he is a pro wrestling
referee!

Sometimes he uses one of the ASL-fluent wrestlers as his
interpreter in the ring. Other times he uses forceful
gestures that all wrestlers and fans understand.

He is considered an unusual referee because we do not
find deaf referees in pro sports. High school yes; college,
yes, but not in the pros in any sport!

Yes, pro wrestling is fake and staged but it continues
to be popular with the fans.
 

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23

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DeafDigest Sports – April 23, 2017

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

— Gallaudet baseball

— Gallaudet softball

— Gallaudet track

— son of deaf ex-NHL player on college hockey team

— national deaf basketball tournament scores

Deaf Sports Collections update
— national deaf skiing champion 
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/first-deaf-major-leaguer/

Dummy Hoy or Dummy Taylor, first deaf major leaguer????

Click and find out!

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Gallaudet men’s track

GU men’s track and field team wins Bison Invitational

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University men’s track and field team weathered
the rain and slogged through the Bison Invitational to a first-place
finish at the Thomas O. Berg Track on a damp and wet Saturday in the
nation’s capital.

Gallaudet tallied 184 team points and won six of 17 events to best the two
other teams at the meet. Catholic University of America finished second
overall with 144 points. Methodist University, who won the Atlantic
Independent championship two days ago, sent six student-athletes to
compete here and the Monarchs tallied 25 points in four events.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mtrack/2016-17/releases/recap_bisoninvite

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Gallaudet women’s track

Gallaudet women’s track and field weather storm at Bison Invitational, finish third

WASHINGTON – It was a wet and damp Saturday at the Thomas O. Berg Track as
the Gallaudet University track and field program hosted the Bison
Invitational. The Bison women’s team finished in third place as they just
lost out on second place by one point.

Catholic University of America won the three-team meet with 267 points as
the Cardinals swept several events including the top six places in the
200-, 800- and 1,500-meter competitions. Catholic won 13 of the 17 events.
Methodist, who finished second with 57 team points, won the other four
events. The Monarchs, who won the Atlantic Independent championship two
days ago, sent five student-athletes to compete in five events. Gallaudet
finished with 56 team points.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wtrack/2016-17/releases/recap_bisoninvite

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Gallaudet baseball

Bison battle weather and Cazenovia to earn NEAC split

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University baseball team battled the weather
and Cazenovia College here Saturday at a wet and damp Hoy Field. The Bison
managed to forge a split with the visiting Wildcats in a key North Eastern
Athletic Conference (NEAC) doubleheader for the two teams.

Gallaudet (7-26, 2-8 NEAC) rallied in the bottom of the seventh inning in
the first game and scored six runs to win 9-8 in comeback fashion. In the
second game, Cazenovia (4-17, 3-6 NEAC) got the best of the Bison and won
15-9 in eight innings.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/bsb/2016-17/releases/recap_caz

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Gallaudet softball

Softball Game Results
Game 1: Lancaster Bible 11, #Gallaudet 3 (F/5)
Game 2: #GUBison 13, Chargers 4 (F/6)

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deaf hockey

deaf ex-NFL player Jim Kyte’s deaf children

USM’s Kyte to Play in World Deaf Ice Hockey Championships

GORHAM, Maine — University of Southern Maine freshman men’s ice hockey
defenseman Johnny Kyte (Carp, Ontario) will be representing his home
country of Canada in the third World Deaf Ice Hockey Championships in
Williamstown, N.Y.  The first games of the tournament begin tomorrow.

full story at:
http://www.southernmainehuskies.com/sports/mice/2016-17/releases/20170421odxb92

editor’s note:

The father Jim was an established NHL veteran. Son Johnny lacks his father’s
NHL-quality hockey skills

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National Deaf Basketball tournament results

 Men Championship Game:  DMV Diplomats 45  ATX Warriors 38   #2017USADB

 Women Championship Game:  DMV 55 West Stars 35   #2017USADB

 2017 High School Boys All-Star Game:  East 54  West 52  #2017USADB

 2017 High School Girls All-Star Game:  East 43  West 35   #2017USADB

 Men Game 41 (3rd/4th Place):  Indy Hawks 75  Hollywood Stars  71 

 Women Game 16 (3rd/4th Place):  Lady Liberty 57  Divastars 41  #2017USADB

 Women Game 11:  Eastern Storm 59  SWAAD Taz 53   #2017USADB

 Men Game 40:  Showstoppers 78  FSAD Bombers 71   #2017USADB

 Men Game 39:  Arizona Desert Fire  86  Southern Wisconsin 55   #2017USADB

 Men Game 38 (Semifinal): ATX Warriors 86  Hollywood Stars  65  

 Men Game 36: Rochester Energizers 65  Florida Bluewaves 63  #2017USADB

 Women Game 10 (Semi-final): West Stars 53  Divastars 29   #2017USADB

 Women Game 9 (Semi-final):  DMV 66  Lady Liberty 39   #2017USADB

 Women Game 12: Loyal Ballers 44 Texas Outlaws 43   #2017USADB

 Game 26 Men [Quarterfinals]: Indy Hawks vs. Empire City 81-61 #2017USADB

 Game 25 Men [Quarterfinals]: DMV Diplomats vs. FSAD Bombers. 72-51

 Men Game 32: Great Lakes Warriors 48 SE Hoopstars 90

 Men Game 31: Lincoln Star City 76 Dawgs 82

 Men Game 24: Vipers 68 Dawgs 91 

 Men Game 20: Southern Wisconsin 61 Carolina AAD 47 

 Men Game 19: NY Tornadoes 51 Arizona Desert Fire 84

 Men Game 18: D.C. Elite Hoyas 53 Dawgs 52 

 Men Game 17: SE Hoopstars 89 Vipers 68
More
 Men Game 16: Great Lakes 89 Bandits Rookies 85

 Men Game 15: RVA Cardinals 63 Lincoln Star City 56

 Men Game 14: Showstoppers 81 Carolina AAD 30

 Men Game 13: Blazers 59 Southern Wisconsin 44

 Game 12 Men: FSAD vs. AZDF 86-85 #2017USADB http://fb.me/ZDHpB30D

 Game 11 Men: DMV vs. Florida Blue Waves 79-37 #2017USADB

 Game 10 Men: Hollywood Stars vs. Rochester Energizers 61-48 #2017USADB

 Game 9 Men: Indy Hawks vs. NY Tornadoes. 83-67 #2017USADB

 Game 8 Men: ATX Warriors vs. D.C. Elite Hoyas. 88-53 #2017USADB

Game 7 Men: Empire City vs. Dawgs 74-64

 Game 6 Men: Blazers vs. SE Hoopstars 61-46 #2017USADB

 Game 5 Men: Carolina A.A.D vs. Vipers. 65-62 #2017USADB

 Game 4 Men: Energizers vs. Blazers. 69-61 #2017USADB

 Game 3 Men: Florida Blue Waves vs. Great Lakes Warriors. 72-62

 Game 2 Men: Arizona Desert Fire vs. RVA Cardinals. 76-41

 Game 1 Men: NY Tornadoes vs. Star City

 Women Game 6:  Eastern Storm 43  West Stars 53  #2017USADB

 Women Game 8: Loyal Ballers 48  WSAD Warriors 27

 Women Game 7: SWAAD Taz 45  Lady Dolphins 36

 Women Game 5: DMV 74 Texas Outlaws 38

 Women Game 4: Divastars 42  WSAD Warriors 37

 Women Game 3: Lady Liberty 72  SWAAD Taz 33  #2017USADB

 Game 2 Women: West Stars vs. Loyal Ballers. 59-25

 Game 1 Women: Texas Outlaws vs. Lady Dolphins

editor’s note:

#1 – some game results were skipped

#2 – teams such as Lady Liberty, Loyal Ballers, Energizers, etc
where are they from? Do not know

#3 – the team with the most pre-tournament buzz was Austin
(Dwight Brewington and Macan Macan). Did they stay home?

#4 – re the high school all star game; it more likely
was DeafDigest Sports All-Americans’ All-star game.
 

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22

2017/04/22

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DeafDigest Sports – April 22, 2017

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

— Dummy Hoy write up

— national deaf basketball tournament buzz

— baseball and softball updates

— Gallaudet track updates

— track results

Deaf Sports Collections update
— Gallaudet athlete became Big Ten athlete
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/one-of-top-deaf-players-at-national-tournament/

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There was  no DeafDigest Sports edition on
April 21st

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The USADB buzz

there is very little, if any, stories about the
national deaf basketball tournament that is taking
place right now at Galaudet University.

The biggest buzz is the Austin team which has
two players – Macam Macam and Dwight Brewington
playing in tandem. Macam played for several colleges
and has used up his college eligibility. Brewington
played NCAA-I ball for two colleges and declared for
the NBA draft but was not drafted at all.

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The Dummy Hoy baseball and softball tournaments

DeafDigest Sports editor watched the Dummy
Hoy championship games in baseball and softball
at the Dummy Hoy tournament on the Gallaudet
campus.

Texas won the girls’ championship over
Indiana.

Maryland won the boys’ championship over
Texas. The game ended with the score 13-3
because of the mercy rule.

Maryland reached the finals despite a 2-2
tie with Model. Maryland was leading 2-1
in the last inning but a 2-outn error on a toss
to firstbase man allowed Model to score
the tying run. Since Maryland and Indiana
had identical won-lost records, Maryland
advanced to the finals because of the
least-runs allowed tiebreaking rule (Indiana
allowed one more run than Maryland).

Model was leading 4-1 over Fremont in the
opening round game; Fremont hit a bases
loaded walk-off triple to score four runs
to edge out Model 5-4!

The biggest buzz during the baseball tournament
was the pitch count rule. All pitchers have
pitch count limitations.

The common strategy was to use the best pitcher
in the opening round game, and then pray that
the team’s 2nd and 3rd best pitchers would hold
the fort in the remaining tournament games.

One coach gambled – saving his best pitcher for the
hoped-to-be championship game; it backfired and
he was “stuck” with his best pitcher in a
consolation round game! Years back, another
coach did the same thing – and earned his team
a championship.

The teams – Model, Maryland, Texas, Fremont, Indiana
were considered equals. It was a matter of which team
had the 2nd and 3rd best pitchers.

Because of the fear of weather (rain and thunderstorms)
the tournament second day match ups were rescheduled
earlier in the day to take advantage of the favorable
weather at that time. As a result, the championship
games were followed by consolation round games,
which is rather unusual.

DeafDigest Sports commends Model’s John Castrese
for doing a great job organizing the tournament,
juggling the schedules because of weather issues.

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Gallaudet men’s track

Gallaudet men’s track team races to fourth place in Atlantic Independent championship

DURHAM, N.C. – For the first time in seven years the Gallaudet University
men’s and women’s track and field program competed in a conference
championship. The Bison participated in the first Atlantic Independent
Track and Field Championship hosted by Methodist University here Thursday
at Durham County Memorial Stadium.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mtrack/2016-17/releases/recap_aichamp

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Gallaudet women’s track

Bison women’s team place 6th at Atlantic Independent championship

The Bison women’s team finished sixth overall with 34 team points. The
host Monarchs won the championship with 164 points and was followed by
Piedmont College (110 points), Pfeiffer University (93), Covenant College
(57), Meredith College (53) and Gallaudet.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wtrack/2016-17/releases/recap_aichamp

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Maryland baseball

Hoy Tournament day 2

MSD won championship game against Texas School for the Deaf, 13-3.

Brady Perry, 2-3, 2 runs
John Werner, 1-3, 2 runs
Eric Long, 1-1, 2 rbis, 2 runs
Stefan Anderson, 1-2, double, 2 rbis, 2 runs

McAfee. Winning pitcher. 76 pitches
5 innings, 4 hits, 7 strikeouts
2 earned runs

MSD current record: 5-2-1

1st game: vs. California School for the Deaf, Fremont

Won 10-2

John Werner, 2-3, double, RBI, run
Eric Long, 1-1,  2 runs, walk, RBI
Stefan Anderson, 2-2, 2 runs, RBI, triple

2nd game: vs. MSSD

Tied 2-2

Brady Perry, 2-3
John Werner, 1-3
Stefan Anderson, 1-1, IW, triple

Anderson 5 innings, 3 hits, 2 unearned runs, 8 strikeouts

MSD current record: 4-2-1

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Maryland softball

OY Tournament at Gallaudet University

MSD record 3-4

California School for the Deaf Fremont 12
MSD 7

K. Luttrell 2 for 3, 2 RBIs
F. Seremeth 2 for 3, 1 RBI
C. Perry, 2 for 3, 4 RBIs, double, home run
Er. Beldon, 1 for 2, triple
R. Guettler, 2 for 2

K. Luttrell 7 strike outs

HOY Tournament at Gallaudet University in Washington, DC

MSD record 3-2

CSDR 5

MSD 17

F. Seremeth 2 for 4, 2 RBIs

C. Perry 2 for 3, 2 RBIs

Er. Beldon 3 for 3, 1 RBI

L. Bullock 1 for 1, 1 RBI

R. Guettler 1 for 2, 1 RBI

MSD record 3-3

MSD 1

ISD 13

K. Luttrell 1 for 2, 1 RBI

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Minnesota track

part of newspaper story

Mitchell sets school record in discus as Trojans host annual Leo Bond meet

It was windy, but it was dry, so the Trojans at least bucked the forecast.

The Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf track and field teams held the
annual Leo Bond meet Tuesday at Ted Nelson Track. The boys took second, six
points back of the International School, while the girls were tied for
sixth. Kayla Mitchell broke the school discus record as the Trojans fared
well in the field events.

BOYS â~@~T 400: 4, Johnson 59.06; 8, Schneider 1:03.41; 11, Rohde 1:04.37.
800: 1, Salgado 2:19.25; 6, W. Bondhus 2:34.12. 1600: 8, Mogow 5:39.29; 10,
Stumbo 5:51.61. 3200: 4, S. Bondhus 12:01.55; 9, Schneider 13:44.97. 300H:
4, Cummings 47.71; 7, Lacorte 57.88. 4×200: 1, MSAD 1:41.03. 4×800: 1, MSAD
9:08.3. Shot put: 1, Rohde 40-09 1/4, 9, Gillespie 29-04; 14, Springer
26-03. Discus: 1, Rohde 111-02; 2, Gillespie 103-00. LJ: 2, Cummings 18-10;
10, Moder 16-09 1/4; 11, Johnson 16-00 1/2. TJ: 2, Cummings 40-00; 5,
Lacorte 33-05. HJ: 5, Stumbo 3-08.

GIRLS â~@~T 400: 3, Ballentine 1:08.97; 17, Bakri 1:56.24. 800: 7,
Ballentine 3:08.21; 14, Garcia 3:49.57; 15, Bakri 4:16.78. 1600: 9, Garcia
8:32.32. Shot put: 3, Mitchell 27-07. Discus: 1, Mitchell 97-07. LJ: 4,
Moeller 12-11; 5, Ballentine 12-07 3/4. TJ: 2, Moeller 29-02.

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Model baseball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Baseball

Baseball

Date: Thursday, April 20, 2017 at 6:00 pm

Result: Tie

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 2

Maryland School For The Deaf: 2

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Baseball

Baseball

Date: Thursday, April 20, 2017 at 10:30 am

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 4

California SD – Fremont: 5

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Model softball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Softball

Softball

Date: Thursday, April 20, 2017 at 4:45 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 3

Texas School for the Deaf HS: 12

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Softball

Softball

Date: Thursday, April 20, 2017 at 9:45 am

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 7

California SD – Fremont: 15

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Oregon track

part of newspaper story

at Southwest Christian track and field meet

Boys
Teams — 1. Southwest Christian 84; 2. Horizon Christian 45; 3. Portland
Christian 38; 4. Warrenton 35; 5. Oregon School for the Deaf 31; 5.
Portland Waldorf 31; 7. Oregon Episcopal 27; 8. St. Stephen’s Academy 23;
9. Jewell 22; 10. C.S. Lewis Academy 20; 10. Riverdale 20; 12. Crosshill
Christian 17; 13. Catlin Gabel 9; 14. Trout Lake 8; 14. City Christian 8;
16. Willamette Valley Christian 4; 17. Valor Christian School 3.
 

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DeafDigest Sports – April 20, 2017

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

— Gallaudet softball

— a big Gallaudet football honor

— Rhode Island track

— Texas softball

Deaf Sports Collections update
— gambling and the deaf
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/jed-roberts-deaf-player-in-cfl/

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Two big deaf events this week in Washington, DC

Dummy Hoy baseball and softball tournaments

US Deaf Sports Federation national basketball tournament

may the best teams win these tournaments.

DeafDigest Sports refuses to make predictions!

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Gallaudet softball

Bison softball drop two on the road to Wilson

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. – Gallaudet University saw its North Eastern Athletic
Conference (NEAC) softball tournament hopes take a hit on Wednesday as the
Bison dropped two games to Wilson College. GU lost the first game 6-1 and
the second game 9-3 to the Phoenix, who the Bison split with last week in
Washington, D.C.

The Bison (12-19-1, 3-9 NEAC) have eight more conference games left in the
regular-season to make up ground on Penn St.-Berks (17-7, 11-1 NEAC),
Wilson (16-10, 9-3 NEAC) and Penn St.-Abington (14-11, 8-3 NEAC) who are
in front of GU in the NEAC South Division standings.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/sball/2016-17/releases/recap_wilson2

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Gallaudet football

Gallaudet’s Brad Peterson to receive National Capital Region Chapter
Scholarship

WASHINGTON – Gallaudet University offensive lineman Brad Peterson (DuBois,
Pa.) will be honored Sunday, April 23, at the 11th annual Scholar-Athlete
Banquet hosted by the National Capital Region Chapter of the National
Football Foundation (NFF). Peterson will receive The Scholar-Athlete
Award, a $1,000 scholarship. This is the fifth time the chapter has
honored a collegiate student-athlete. Gallaudet’s Sean Fenton (Chicago,
Ill.) was honored last year while BJ Flores was selected in 2015, Todd
Bonheyo in 2014 and Adham Talaat in 2013. The Banquet will be held at the
prestigious Army Navy Country Club in Arlington, Va., and will begin at 5
p.m. with a reception, the program getting underway at 6 p.m.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/fball/2016-17/releases/petersonnff

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Rhode Island track

Last Thursday, April 13th, Rhode Island School for the Deaf hosted their
first track & field meet of the season on a cool, sunny spring afternoon
here in Providence, R.I. We invited Times Square Academy and Marie Philip
School to participate in this meet (due to only three schools
participating, no team points were awarded).

Timothy Jallah – 1st in 100m, 1st in 200m
Junito Diaz – 2nd in 100m, 3rd in 200m, 1st in Long Jump
Juan Fernandez-Espinal – 1st in 400m, 1st in 800m, 2nd in Long Jump
Daury Almonte – 14th in 100m, 7th in 400m
Boys 4x100m Relay – 2nd

Alize Pabon – 1st in Shot Put, 1st in Discus, 16th in 100m
Olivia Collins – 2nd in 100m, 2nd in 400m, 2nd in 800m
Ashley Villegas – 13th in 100m, 1st in 800m, 13th in 200m

Our next track & field meet will be on Wednesday, April 26th at New York
School for the Deaf.

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Texas softball

Played John Paul II Catholic at home (Senior Night), lost 11-1.  Now 7-12.
 

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DeafDigest Sports – April 19, 2017

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

— Gallaudet baseball update

— Maryland baseball

— Maryland softball

— Washington track

Deaf Sports Collections update
— deaf athlete face in sports magazine
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/deaf-running-back-in-fifties/

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Note:

there were no DeafDigest Sports editions on April 17
and April 18

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Gallaudet baseball

GU swept on the road by Penn College

WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – The Gallaudet University baseball team was swept here
Tuesday by Penn College in a North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC)
doubleheader. The Wildcats shut out the Bison in the first game, 7-0, and
won by the same seven-run margin in the second game, 8-1.

Game 1: Penn College 7, Gallaudet 0
Junior Dylan Hayes (Endicott, N.Y.) broke up Penn College starting pitcher
Max Bair’s no-hit bid with a single to right field in the top of the
seventh inning. Hayes’ hit was the lone hit for the Bison in the 7-0
shutout.

Game 2: Penn College 8, Gallaudet 1
The Bison (6-25, 1-7 NEAC) fell behind early as Penn College (17-7, 8-2
NEAC) scored a run in the first inning and five runs in the second. The
Wildcats added a run in the fourth and eighth innings in the 8-1 win in
nine innings.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/bsb/2016-17/releases/recap_pct

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Maryland baseball

MSD won against Rockbridge, 4-3.

Batting:

John Werner, 3-3, Double, RBI
Brady Perry, 2-3, Run

Pitching:

Miguel Pavao, 3 innings, 2 runs, 1 earned run, 2 Ks,

Brody McAfee,  winning pitcher, 2 innings, 1 run, 3 hits allowed,
one earned run, 2 Ks

Stefan Anderson – save, 2 innings, 3 ks, no hits, 0 runs allowed

MSD currently record: 3-2

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Maryland softball

Maryland softball at Oldfields

MSD record 2-2

MSD 35
Oldfields 9

Freya Seremeth 2 for 3, 3 RBIs
Lexi Bullock 1 for 3, 5 RBIs
Ashlynn Cohen 1 for 3, double, 1 RBI
Kaela Luttrell 1 for 3, 3 RBIs
Ernelina Beldon 1 for 2, 2 RBIs
Ariella Zfati 1 for 1, 2 RBIs

Kaela Luttrell earned the win

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Washington track

part of newspaper story

CASTLE ROCK — Ilwaco’s boys and girls teams each won a five-team 1A
Trico League track meet in Castle Rock on April 13.

Trico League schools King’s Way Christian, Stevenson, and Castle Rock
and the 1B Washington School for the Deaf were the other competitors.

note:
when it mentions 1B Washington School for the Deaf, it probably
means the four other high schools are in a higher state competitive
classification, based on enrollment numbers
 

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DeafDigest Sports – April 16, 2017

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

— Gallaudet baseball win, defeating a winning team

— Gallaudet track

— college deaf relief pitcher

Deaf Sports Collections update
— last football game on Gallaudet grass
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/deaf-champion-in-billiards/

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Note:

there was no DeafDigest Sports edition for April 15, 2017

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Gallaudet baseball

Gallaudet walks off against Lancaster Bible

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University baseball team earned its first North
Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) victory this season here Saturday as it
hosted a doubleheader against Lancaster Bible College. After falling to
the Chargers, 7-0 in the first game, the Bison went on to defeat the
Chargers, 4-3, in walk-off fashion in extra innings. 

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/bsb/2016-17/releases/recap_lbc

note:
always great to snap a 17-game losing streak by defeating a
winning team! Actually Gallaudet has a much better team than what
the record would indicate. Some of the teams Gallaudet faced were
nationally ranked, one of them #1 in the nation. And it did not
help when injuries have robbed Gallaudet of some its better
starters. Lets’ hope Gallaudet will pick up some more wins
as this season winds down.

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Gallaudet women’s track

Gallaudet women’s track and field races in New Captains Classic

NEWPORT NEWS, Va. – The Gallaudet University women’s track and field team
took part in the New Captains Classic, hosted by Christopher Newport
University, on April 14-15.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wtrack/2016-17/releases/recap_cnu2

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Gallaudet men’s track

GU men’s track and field finds success in decathlon

For the first time this year, members of the men’s track and field team
competed in the decathlon consisting of 10 different track and field
events during the two-day meet.

Freshmen Jack Gray (Atherton, Calif.) and Kai Christenberry (Birmingham,
Ala.) both represented Gallaudet in the decathlon. Gray accumulated a
total of 5,134 points and placed second overall followed by Christenberry
in fifth place (3,693 points).

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mtrack/2016-17/releases/recap_cnu2

note:
not the first time a Gallaudet athlete took part in the decathon. Richard
Jacobs finished 4th in decathlon at the 1990 NCAA-III championships, with
6,468 points. Observers were amazed that it practically was the first decathlon
of his life – though he participated in some of the decathlon events at
different times, certainly not at the same time! It was his last decathlon.

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college deaf pitcher

Texas A & M’s deaf relief pitcher

Righthanded pitcher Cason Sherrod has been a key part of the Texas A&M
bullpen this season. He entered the opening game vs. Alabama on Thursday
with the Aggies trailing but proceeded to throw 3 1/3 innings of one-hit,
shutout ball as the Aggies took the victory.

Sherrod has been diagnosed with “moderate to severe” hearing loss, with
his hearing at only 53 percent of what the average person hears.

full story at:
http://tamu.247sports.com/Bolt/Through-lifes-hardships-AMs-Sherrod-has-emerged-as-a-mentor-52307110
 

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DeafDigest Sports – April 14, 2017

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

— Gallaudet softball big inning win

— Florida, Minnesota, Rochester track

— Gallaudet footbball recruit

— Marie Philip, Texas softball

Deaf Sports Collections update
— Allred was not NBA’s first deaf player in a game
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/picture-of-college-football-player/

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Gallaudet football

part of newspaper story

University HS (Texas) football’s Julian Locke signed with Gallaudet
University, an NCAA Division III school in Washington D.C

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Gallaudet softball

Five-run fifth sparks Bison comeback over Wilson College

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University softball team split a North Eastern
Athletic Conference (NEAC) doubleheader with Wilson College here Thursday
at the GU Softball Complex. The Bison rallied to defeat the Phoenix, 5-4,
in the second game after GU (12-17-1, 3-7 NEAC) dropped the first game 8-0
in six innings to Wilson (14-10, 7-3 NEAC).

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/sball/2016-17/releases/recap_wilson

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Florida track

part of newspaper story

qualify for Region 1-1A meet

Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind senior Tyre Singleton won the
boys 400 meters with a time of 52.12.

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Marie Philip softball

4/13 Lady Ghosts Softball Game Summary

On a cold and windy afternoon, the MPS Lady Ghosts played in their first
game of the season at Boston Trinity Academy. The team has three new
players and only eight total players. Because no umpires showed up, the
game became a scrimmage instead.

The team was nervous, but also ready to take on the challenge. Kayla was
the lead hitter with a single and sacrifice RBI. Five players – Kayla,
Edlanda, Bebe, Shayla, and Heather – were able to steal bases. Kayla was
also the pitcher and had two strikeouts. Sabrina made two catches and an
out to first base. The final score was 12-1 BTA winning. The team now
knows what to expect for the upcoming games. The Lady Ghosts’ next game is
on April 27th versus Covenant Christian Academy.

Shayla Rochette: 0-1 and 2 walks
Kayla LoBrutto: 1-2
Edlanda Delorme:  0-0 and 2 walks
Sabrina Rodrigues: 0-2
Heather Hall: 0-0 and 2 walks
Samantha Fernsebner: 0-2
Julissa Gonzalez: 0-2
Belinda Toledo:  0-0 and 2 walks

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Minnesota track

part of newspaper story

Faribault meet

The Trojans topped an eight-team field with 134 points, four better than
host Faribault. Austin was third at 93, followed by Albert Lea (62),
Bethlehem Academy (56), MN Academy for the Deaf (40), Cannon Falls (38)
and Cristo Rey Jesuit (93).

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Rochester track

esterday, we went to Aquinas for our first Track and Field meeting. They
learned a lot from their experience by other teams.

Ailani Johnson – 100 m – 15.40/ 200m – 35.2
Alex Michalek – 1600m – 6:07/ 3200m – 13:37
Dyan Walshvelo – 100m – 14.81/ 800m – 3:01
Clarence Market – 400m – 1:12/ 200m – 31.58
Neriyah McPherson – 400m – 1:34/ 200m – 38.92
Avion Henderson – 400m – N/A/ 800m – 3:31
Courtney Gentzke – 1500 – 7:38/ 2600m 15:11
Shariff Mberwa – 100m – 15.82 / 200m – 33.73
Joseph Shea – 200m – 31.68/ Shot put – 26.4 / Discus – 57.3
Julia Ott – Shot put – 22.3 / Discus – 34.0

Next meeting will be at Genesso on April 25 at 4:30 pm

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Texas baseball & softball

Baseball vs. San Jan Diego, postponed due to not enough players on their team.

Softball @ San Juan Diego, won 34-2.  Now 7-11.

 

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DeafDigest Sports – April 13, 2017

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

— Texas baseball

— Fremont stuff

— Alabama track

Deaf Sports Collections update
— world’s best deaf athlete
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/kevin-hall-deaf-pro-golfer/

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note:

There were no DeafDigest Sports editions between
April 10th and April 12th.

DeafDigest Sports editor had too many other
tasks which took higher priorities for the
time being.

Thank you for your patience, and happy reading!

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Alabama track

Talladega County Track Meet (Lincoln, AL)April 11, 2017

Girls – 4th place (60.5 points)

Jasmine Culpepper – 1600m (champs)

1600m – J. Culpepper (1st), E. Gillum (2nd)
3200m – E. Gillum (4th), S. Dailey (5th)
100m H – A. Smith (8th)
300m H – J. Culpepper (6th), A. Smith (7th)
4×100 R – 6th place
4×800 R – 2nd place
Discuss – A. Shields (6th)
Javelin – T. Spurling (2nd), B. Bailey (3rd)

Boys – 8th place (23.5 points)

800m – M. Wallace (6th)
1600m – M. Gonzalez (7th)
3200m – M. Gonzalez (7th), A. Cisneros (8th)
300m H – M. Wallace (7th)
4×100 R – 6th place
4×400 R – 8th place
4×800 R – 4th place
High Jump – C. McKinnie (3rd), M. Garrett (7th)

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Fremont stuff

The Track Team returned yesterday from a great 10th Berg and Seeger Track
Tournament in Austin, Texas where 17 Schools and a record 225 participants
attended.

A large number of our Eagles did very well on Saturday, smashing many
personal records, several tournament and school records!  Junior
Daijhuhnae Williams and Freshmen Calel Aramboles also won the tournament’s
best Female and Male Field Athlete.

They also gained a lot of experience meeting other peers over the weekend
and displayed great sportsmanship.  The team look forward to finishing the
season strong in the league, sectionals, and quite possibly the state!

The Track Team returned yesterday from Texas and I will be emailing the
results soon.  On this email is the schedule for this week plus next week
when our Baseball and Softball team will be going to the Hoy Classic in
Washington D.C. during the Spring Break.  This tournament flyer is
attached for your information.

Today, there should be exciting games as our undefeated softball team
hosts a Division One school, Irvington from Fremont and Baseball hosts
Livermore Valley Charter Prep.  This will be our last home games in two
weeks so come out and support us!

Athlete of the Week – AMANDA VEGA.  This new transfer student has been
very positive and persistent in the last month in getting her forms in and
getting cleared to play sports.  She has continued to improve her long
distance time and has enjoyed meeting new people at the track tournament
last weekend and was able to place and get points in two events!

Athlete of the Week – TYLER HARMOUNT.  This junior is one of our only two
athletes who plays both Track and either Baseball or Softball.  While
being a great all-around athlete, he has been praised for his excellence
in time management skills and he has emerged as a leader amongst his
peers.
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Monday April 10
Varsity Softball HOME GAME
vs Irvington, 4pm

Varsity Baseball HOME GAME
vs Livermore Valley Charter Prep, 4pm
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Wednesday April 12
Varsity Softball @ Livermore Valley Charter Prep, 4pm
Emma C. Smith Field, 391 Ontario Drive Livermore, 94550

Varsity Baseball @ Livermore Valley Charter Prep, 4pm
William Payne Park, 5800 Patterson Pass Livermore, 94550
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Thursday April 20
Varsity Softball @ Hoy Classic Pool Play
vs Texas School for the Deaf, 9:45am
vs Model Secondary School for the Deaf, 1:15pm

Varsity Baseball @ Hoy Classic Pool Play
vs Maryland School for the Deaf, 8:30am
vs Model Secondary School for the Deaf, 12:30pm

Gallaudet University, 800 Florida Ave NE Washington D.C. 20002
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Friday April 21
Varsity Softball @ Hoy Classic Tournament, TBA

Varsity Baseball @ Hoy Classic Tournament, TBA

Gallaudet University, 800 Florida Ave NE Washington D.C. 20002

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Texas baseball

Lost 22-1 against Brentwood Christian.  Now 2-9-1.

 

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DeafDigest Sports – April 9, 2017

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

— Berg/Seeger team scores

— All-Star deaf high school game

— Gallaudet athletes

— Gallaudet baseball & softball

— Berg/Seeger track

— Ohio track

Deaf Sports Collections update
— past sport Roller Derby, deaf professionals
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/first-deaf-major-leaguer/

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Berg/Seeger Track & Field Classic

17 Teams/225 Athletes at TSD in Austin, Texas

Boys Team Results

1) Maryland 178
2) Texas 138.5
3) Indiana 119.5
4) Minnesota 68.5
5) Kansas 29.5
6) Oregon 26
7) Fremont 23
8) Arkansas 21
9) New Mexico 16
10) Arizona 15
11) Model 6
12) Missouri 5
13) Riverside 4
14) Washington 3
15) Wisconsin 1

Boys Individual Awards

Best Track – Brady Perry, Maryland

Best Field – Cale Aramboles, Fremont

All Around – Egan Seremeth, Maryland

Girls Team Results

1) Texas 169
2) Maryland 160
3) Fremont 79
4) Riverside 36
4) Kansas 36
6) Arkansas 32
7) Minnesota 31
8) Missouri 29
9) Wisconsin 18
10) Kentucky 14
11) Model 13
12) Oregon 9
13) New Mexico 6
14) Washington 5
15) Arizona 1

Girls Individual Award

Best Track – Jadia Scott, Texas

Best Field – Daijuhnae Williams, Fremont

All Around – Cassidy Perry, Maryland

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Gallaudet softball

Late-inning hits help Gallaudet walk-off against St. Elizabeth

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University women’s softball team swept the
College of St. Elizabeth for the first time in five years here Saturday
afternoon in a North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) doubleheader at
the GU Softball Complex.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/sball/2016-17/releases/recap_cse

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Gallaudet baseball

Gallaudet drop two against Nittany Lions

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University baseball team was swept by Penn
St.-Berks 6-1 and 15-2 in a North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC)
doubleheader at Hoy Field.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/bsb/2016-17/releases/recap_psb

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Gallaudet athletes

Division III Week Student-Athlete Spotlight: In My Own Words by Ian Evans

Senior pitcher Ian Evans (Murphy, N.C.) is currently in his fourth and
final season with the baseball team. Evans is expected to graduate in May
2018 with a degree in chemistry and a minor in biology.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/news/2016-17/d3week/bsb_evans

Division III Week Student-Athlete Spotlight: In My Own Words by Ivy
Sahneyah

Senior long distance runner and captain of the women’s track and field
team Ivy Sahneyah (First Mesa, Ariz.) is a three-year letterwinner and is
currently in her final season with the team. Sahneyah is on track to
graduate in the Spring of 2019 with a degree in graphic design. She is
also considering a minor in photography.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/news/2016-17/d3week/wtrack_sahneyah

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Maryland track

Greetings from Texas

A total of 17 schools and 226 athletes.

Maryland boys won Berg/Seeger Classic for the first time!

Boys
1. Maryland 178
2. Texas 138.5
3. Indiana 110.5
4. Minnesota 68.5
5. Kansas 28.5

Girls
1. Texas 169
2. Maryland 160
3. Fremont 79
4. Riverside 36
4. Kansas 36

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Ohio track

Ohio Track and Field

Coaches are Amy Bachtel, Dawn Johnson, Tom Bachtel and Neil Schaefer.

First meet on 4/4/17 in Eagle Invitational at Cardington HS.

Girls:
Cardington 145, Elgin 75, Delaware Christian 75, Village Academy 74, OSD 22, Gilead Christian 0

Boys:
Elgin 150, Cardington 100, Village Academy 80, OSD 48, Gilead Christian 40, Delaware Christian 24

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2017 USADB ALL STARS

The United States of America Deaf Basketball, USADB is proud to
announce their basketball all-star selections for the 2016-2017
season. USADB will be hosting the 10th Annual WEST/EAST All-Star game
on April 22, 2017, at Gallaudet University, Washington, D.C.
Congratulations to all these seniors and coaches! For more
information, check out www.usadb.us

Girls’ WEST:

Arvizu, Rachel- Phoenix

Brandon, Jewel- Arkansas

Bustamante, Jarita- Riverside

Dobbs, Sara- Arkansas

Hocog, Courtney- Riverside

Latham, Kristen- Alabama

Rubinshteyn, Elina- Texas

Siffre, Que Olu- Kansas

Upchurch, Mia- Texas

Vasquez, Yara- Phoenix

Coach: Tellefson, Megan- Phoenix

Asst. Coach: Cain, Kimberly- Kansas

Girls’ EAST:

Beldon, Emelia- Maryland

Bingham, Demi- Indiana

Bonheyo, Brooke- Maryland

Davis, Rebecca- Michigan

Hensel, Faith- America

Henshaw, Hailey- Delaware

Kulisan, Sara- Model

Lewis, Karita- Maryland

Paulone, Isabella- Indiana

Slade, Chanell- Lexington

Wood-Jacobowitz, Eve- Maryland

Coach: Laszcynski, Nicole- Delaware

Asst. Coach: Hayes, Nukeitra- Model

Boys’ WEST:

Adame, Alfredo- Utah

Baer, Cameron- Fremont

Cummings, Kryell- Minnesota

Marsh, Aryzona- Kansas

Moder, Dawson- Minnesota

Payne, Jerome- Wisconsin

Pedersen, Jax- Fremont

Portillo, Max- Arizona

Reid, James- Alabama

Rolofson, Jaeden- Kansas

Sicoli, Dylan- Texas

Scott, Ste’ Quan- Missouri

Zornoza, Esau- Fremont

Coach: Hamilton, David- Fremont

Coach: Romero, Roloadno- Arizona

Boys’ EAST:

Callahan, Bryce- Marie Philip

Farley, Tajah- North Carolina

Harris Tomiere, Delaware

Langston, Napoleon- America

Ortega, Jorge- Model

Pon, Joseph- New York

Reeves, Seth- Western Pennsylvania

Seremeth, Egan- Maryland

Schwall, Jake- Indian

Tete, Bobga- Maryland

Thomas, Tyleen- Delaware

Troup, Wilford- Model

Vega, Carlos- New York

Wood, Lance- Indiana

Coach: Westhoelter, Keith-Indiana

Asst Coach: Monahan, John- Marie Philip

Jeremias Valencia
USADB Youth Director

 

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