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2016/09/26

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DeafDigest Sports – September 26, 2016

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

— Gallaudet soccer updates

— upcoming football games

— college cross country runner

 – football, soccer and volleyball reports

 

 

Deaf Sports Collections update
— cross country, state champions that were deaf
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/deaf-sports-collections/

2016 fall season won/lost records, updated 9/26/16
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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list of 2016 fall football scores (as of 9/25/16)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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Upcoming football games

Sep 28 Oregon at Washington
(it is Oregon’s first game of the season)

Sep 29 South Carolina at Greenwood Athletic Association
Sep 29 Oklahoma hosts Life Christian
Sep 29 Florida hosts Phenom Academy

Sep 30 Texas at Brazos Christian
Sep 30 Alabama at Vina
Sep 30 Model host Northern Virginia Christian Academy
Sep 30 Fremont at Emery
Oct 30 Michigan at Open Door Christian School
Oct 30 Indiana at North Daviess
Oct 30 Riverside hosts Mammoth

Oct 1 Minnesota at Missouri
Oct 1 Georgia at Carolinas (at Morganton)
Oct 1 Phoenix at Colorado
Oct 1 Mississippi at Tennessee
Oct 1 Arkansas at Kansas
Oct 1 Maryland hosts Green Street Academy
Oct 1 Wisconsin at Iowa

Oct 3 Illinois at North Shelby JV

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Gallaudet men’s soccer

Gallaudet men’s soccer wins second straight with a shutout at home

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University men’s soccer team picked up its
second straight win on Sunday afternoon as the Bison shut out Penn
College, 2-0, in a North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) game at
Hotchkiss Field.

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

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Gallaudet women’s soccer

Bison women’s soccer falls to Penn College

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University women’s soccer team fell to Penn
College, 6-1, here Sunday afternoon in a North Eastern Athletic Conference
(NEAC) game at Hotchkiss Field.

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

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Alabama volleyball

Alabama Lady Warriors

Saturday, September 24

Talladega County Volleyball Tournament

Alabama 2  BB Comer 0  (25-14, 25-23)
Fayetteville 2  Alabama 0   (25-9, 25-12)
Talladega 2  Alabama 0  (25-11, 25-5)

Season record: 5 – 15

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Alabama football

Alabama Silent Warriors

Friday, September 23

Jacksonville Christian Academy 35  Alabama 0

Season record: 1-4

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Kansas football

*Fifth Game** (8 Man Football)*

*Scoring Summary*

*Teams*

*1*

*2*

*3*

*4*

*Final*

Oklahoma Deaf

0

18

8

 0

26

Kansas Deaf

20

16

30

6

72

*Statistics*

*Rushing*
*Raul Melgar **4 carries for **16 yards 1td and 1 PAT*

*Zander Symansky **4 carries for **35 yards 1td *

*Jayman Washington **2 carries for **25 yards 1td**s and 1 PAT*

*Passing*
*Raul Melgar **17 Completions **28 Attempted for **226 yards **4tds** 5 PAT
*

*Receiving*
*Aryzona Marsh **1 receptions for **8 yards **4 PAT*

*Jayman Washington **9 reception for **114 yards **2td**s 1 PAT*

*Zander Symansky **7 receptions for **104 yards **2td**s *

*DEFENSE*
*Zander Symansky 6 solos 1 assist*

*Aryzona Marsh **3 solos **3 QB sacks*

*Stacey Welch **5 solos 1 assists **2 QB sacks*

*Raul Melgar **3 solos 1 assists*

*Camerson Luttrell **3 solos 3 assists*

*Jayman Washintgon – **6 solos 3 assists 3ints (**two touchdown**s)*

*SPECIAL TEAM*

*Jayman Washintgon – **Kickoff Retuned for **70 yards for touchdown*

*Record for 8 Man – **4 – 0*

*Record for 6 Man – 1 – 0*

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Lexington soccer

Marie Phillip School  3 Lexington 4

East Elmhurst, N.Y.-  Marie Phillip Galloping Ghost showed up ready to
play they showed a lot of effort to try take the game from us. They did
GREAT job. We thank them for coming to help us celebrate our Homecoming
Day! Tristan Valico did good job as our defense did the most of the work
on Saturday! Tristan made 5 saves.

Scoring:

29th minute mark: Raymond Mukhailov-Penalty Kick

65th minute mark: Jaime Pavia Cruz on a throw in by Raymond Mukhailov

67th minute mark: Raymond Mukhailov (solo)?

68th minute mark: Raymond Mukhailov (solo)

Season Record: 3-1  (Deaf Schools: 2-0)

Upcoming games:

Monday, September 26th At Lawrence-Woodmere Academy (PSAA League)

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Marie Philip volleyball

Date: Saturday September 24, 2016
Location: Lexington School for the Deaf, Jackson Heights, New York
Quick Result: Marie Philip 3, Lexington 2

Yesterday (Saturday) we went on our longest road trip of the season to
play against the Lexington Blue Jays at their homecoming.  In the first
set we played all of our available subs as, win or lose, I didn’t want our
players to go all the way to New York City and not play.  Lexington made
the most of the opportunity and had an easy 25-7 win.

The Lady Ghosts went to full strength for the second set.  We started with
a 5-0 lead.  However, Lexington’s captain, #9 Chanell Slade, had a serve
that was very challenging for our girls to receive.  They took the lead
and eventually built up a 21-13 lead.  Our captain Heather Hall got the
serve and launched several ace to get us ahead 23-22.  Lexington got the
ball back in the nick of time and had a 25-24 match point.  We tied it,
but they then won the ball back and served to a 27-25 win and 2-0 lead.

Before I continue, I’ll tell you that the last time the Lady Ghosts came
back from a 0-2 deficit to actually win 3-2 was way back in October 2011. 
But that didn’t bother us.  If there is one thing about this season’s Lady
Ghosts, it is that no opponent’s lead is ever safe.  Between sets, Hall
urged the players between sets to focus on the action in the court.

In the third set, captain Norma Aldana kept the Blue Jays off balance in
the entire set with her serving and collected 3 Aces and 11 Service
Points.  We also got in several Kills.  We had a convincing 25-16 win to
cut the lead to 2-1.

The fourth set was a very competitive affair.  Lexington got up 17-13, but
after that, they had trouble keeping the ball whenever they got it back. 
Hall, Aldana, and Christine Vargas altogether got several Aces and despite
a few mental mistakes by our players (looking away to celebrate before the
ball had actually hit the floor), we managed to hold on for a 25-22 win to
tie the match at 2-2.

In the deciding set we had trouble with their first server, #11, and she
carried Lexington to a 6-1 lead.  By the time we traded sides, Lexington
were leading 8-3.  I had told the girls before that set that the reason
NYC is so big is that it is the only way it can hold their hearts.  The
Lady Ghosts once again proved me right.  We didn’t score Aces, but our
servers stayed out of trouble and our players made key plays.  Sabrina
Rodrigues’ 4 Kills and clutch serving capped a thrilling 15-12 victory.

Lexington played great the entire match.  They surprised us with 2nd touch
attacks and went after loose balls often.  The biggest difference of the
match was the MPS captains.  They were very mature and showed nothing but
poise the entire match.  They calmed down nervous teammates, made key
plays, and worked very well with the coaches.  I have only been coaching
for three years and I can safely say that yesterday was the best match I
have coached so far.

At 3-3, MPS now have more wins than they did the previous two seasons
combined.  We have the Sunday off today and will host the Landmark School
tomorrow (Monday) at 4:00.  After that we will have a week off from
matches to recover and to improve ourselves for what will surely be a
challenging October.

STATS

Shayla Rochette (8th) – 2 Aces, 1 Kill, 1 Assist, 1 Dig, 12 Receptions,
and 6 Service Points
Zora Elliott-Mendelsohn (7th) – 1 Ace, 1 Kill, 2 Digs, 8 Receptions, and 2
Service Points
Heather Hall (Sr.) – 7 Aces, 4 Kills, 9 Receptions, and 16 Service Points
Norma Aldana (Jr.) – 7 Aces, 3 Kills, 6 Receptions, and 21 Service Points
Sabrina Rodrigues (Fr.) – 6 Kills, 1 Assist, and 2 Service Points
Christine Vargas (Jr.) – 1 Ace, 5 Receptions, and 7 Service Points
Samantha Fernsebner (6th) – 1 Ace, 3 Receptions, and 1 Service Point
Kayla LoBrutto (Sr.) – 3 Kills
Emily Dy (So.) – 2 Receptions
Carleigh Babbit (6th) – 1 Reception

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Marie Philip soccer

9/24/16

Marie Philip School took a trip to Lexington School for the Deaf as they
hosted the homecoming day. It was a great battle that caused MPS coaches
to clench our teeth!  Very exciting game!

Dylan Christoffels scored the goal to give Galloping Ghosts a 1-0 lead. We
made mistake inside the penalty area giving Lex an advantage of scoring a
goal off the penalty kick.  We were tied at halftime.

During the second half, MPS came back to have a lead by one and we were
hanging on to our 2-1 lead for over 20 minutes. Unfortunately, Lex found
other ways to score three goals and took the lead, 4-2.

When out offensive line carried the ball into Lex’s territory penalty
area, we tried to score the ball into the net facing congestion between
Lex and is. However, 6th grader, Christopher Jimenez fearlessly entered
the congestion area to make his first career goal in his first career
game!

We continued to fight throughout the game but Lex did a great job
preventing us from scoring.  We lost by one goal.

MPS 3
LEX 4

Next game: Sept 27, Tuesday
MPS at Waldorf

Record: 0-4

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Rochester soccer

Every year the past few years, we have had the opportunity to do
exhibition matches against Hope Hall. In more cases than not, these are
great tune-up games and opportune times for us to give the up and comers a
lot of playing time on the pitch. Last week was no different as we played
v 9 on a beautiful sunny afternoon.

Immediately, after the first whistle, Bode Aggas made a beautiful cross to
Clarence Market who found the back of the net. This was Mr. Market’s first
goal of the season, and definitely not his last. Not even 10 minutes
later,
it was Miss Gentzke crossing it over to our very own Clarence who found
the
back of the net again. Also scoring for the Wildcats was Thomas Coates and
Bode Aggas.

Earning our first bagel of season was a joint effort between Dylan
Benjamin and Ben Radez. They played exceptionally well in net.

We have a tough game this Tuesday at home, please come out and support the
Wildcats as we take on the reigning champs, Rochester Rapids!

RSD: 4
Hope Hall: 0

Overall Record: 2-3

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Wisconsin football

We did play only 2 quarters against Tigers last Saturday afternoon with hot
weather. Coaches made decision to stop football game due to injured players
and heat for our players’ safety. Thank to Illinois’ hospitality for their
homecoming host. Wisconsin will play Iowa next game on Saturday.

Record: 0 -3

WSD     0         6                        6
ISD      16       16                      32

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college deaf athletes

Plymouth State – Rileigh Goulette, JR, women’s cross country

her profile is at:
http://athletics.plymouth.edu/sports/xc/2016-17/bios/goulette_rileigh_c4c4?view=news

she is one of the team’s top runners

 

 

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DeafDigest Sports – September 25, 2016

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

— Saturday football scores

— Gallaudet updates

— upcoming football games

— a Klingensmith update

— top fencer

— cross county & football updates

— college deaf football player

Deaf Sports Collections update
— deaf gold medal Olympics swimmer
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/deaf-sports-collections/

2016 fall season won/lost records, updated 9/25/16
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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list of 2016 fall football scores (as of 9/25/16)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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Football scores during the week

Kansas 72 Oklahoma 24
Minnesota 56 Iowa 12
Tennessee 60 South Carolina 20

Louisiana 68 LCHSA Archangels 8

Central Baptist 55 Arkansas 36
St John’s Country 27 Florida 8
Peck 54 Michigan 14
Williams JV 64 Phoenix 20

Maryland 38 Texas 0
Fremont 48 George Washington 0

JCA 35 Alabama 0
Elbert 34 Colorado 6
Covington 14 Indiana 0
Temecula Prep 37 Riverside 20

Saturday scores
Model 21 North Virginia Homeschool 0

Illinois 32 Wisconsin 6

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Upcoming football games

Sep 28 Oregon at Washington
(it is Oregon’s first game of the season)

Sep 29 South Carolina at Greenwood Athletic Association
Sep 29 Oklahoma hosts Life Christian
Sep 29 Florida hosts Phenom Academy

Sep 30 Texas at Brazos Christian
Sep 30 Alabama at Vina
Sep 30 Model host Northern Virginia Christian Academy
Sep 30 Fremont at Emery
Oct 30 Michigan at Open Door Christian School
Oct 30 Indiana at North Daviess
Oct 30 Riverside hosts Mammoth

Oct 1 Minnesota at Missouri
Oct 1 Georgia at Carolinas (at Morganton)
Oct 1 Phoenix at Colorado
Oct 1 Mississippi at Tennessee
Oct 1 Arkansas at Kansas
Oct 1 Maryland hosts Green Street Academy
Oct 1 Wisconsin at Iowa

Oct 3 Illinois at North Shelby JV

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Gallaudet volleyball

Thrilling four-set win highlights second day of Worthington Classic

WASHINGTON –The final two matches of the 10th annual Worthington Classic
here Saturday provided a lot of fireworks as two undefeated teams went
head-to-head while Gallaudet University and DeSales University played in a
thrilling four-set match in the Field House.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wvball/2016-17/releases/recap_worthington2

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Gallaudet men’s cross country

GU men’s team places 11th at Hornet Harrier meet at Kernstown Battlefield

WINCHESTER, Va. – The Gallaudet University men’s cross country team went
to battle against 10 other teams here Saturday morning in the Hornet
Harrier meet hosted by Shenandoah University at the Kernstown Battlefield.
Once the smoke had cleared from the starter’s cannon, which began the
race, Gallaudet finished in 11th place with 296 team points.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mxc/2016-17/releases/recap_hornetharrier

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Gallaudet women’s cross country

Gallaudet places ninth at Hornet Harrier women’s cross country meet

WINCHESTER, Va. – The Gallaudet University women’s cross country team
competed hard against eight other schools at the Hornet Harrier meet
hosted by Shenandoah University on a warm Saturday. The Bison traversed
through a hilly course at the Kernstown Battlefield, which proved to be a
difficult variable to overcome, as they finished ninth with 271 team
points.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wxc/2016-17/releases/recap_hornetharrier

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Illinois football

Illinois Deaf vs Wisconsin Deaf Sept 24 @ Jacksonville,IL

1Q
35y TD Run – ISD Townsell 3:46 6-0 PAT scored ? 8-0

42y TD Fumble Recovery – ISD McNeal :35.2 14-0 PAT Townsell scored 16-0

2Q
40y  TD Run – ISD Townsell 6:51 22-0 PAT Carmona 24-0

42y TD Fumble Recovery – ISD Townsell 6:30 30-0 PAT Townsell 32-0

28y TD pass WSD #24 to #32 32-6 PAT Failed

2nd Half – Canceled the half due to injuries and heat

Thanks for Wisconsin coming down for the weekend and have a safe trip back
home and for your players to have a speedy recovery and be ready for your
next opponent.

Good news ISD have shaken off the 13 years Homecoming curse and gotten
their first victory since 2002 which was a 2OT Homecoming win against West
Central.

ISD next opponent will be against North Shelby, MO  JV on Oct 3rd then on
Oct 8th at Faribault, MN against MSAD.

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Maryland volleyball

Oakdale Varsity Tournament
Saturday, September 24

POOL
Maryland tied Reservoir High School, 1-1
Scores:  25-22, 19-25
Record:  17 – 3 – 2

Maryland beat Tuscarora High School, 2-0
Scores: 25-22, 25-18

Maryland tied South Hagerstown High School, 1-1
Scores: 25-21, 7-25

Maryland tied Boonsboro High School, 1-1
Scores: 13-25, 25-23

SEMIFINALS
Maryland lost to Oakdale High School
Scores: 24-26, 19-25
Record:  18 – 4 – 5

STATS
Brooke Bonheyo
5 assists, 8 digs

Rajena Guettler
1 kill, 1 dig, 1 block

Karita Lewis
8 kills, 6 digs

Kaela Luttrell
2 assists, 7 digs

Cassidy Perry
2 kills, 2 blocks

Freya Seremeth
2 kills

Kaitlyn Weeks
7 assists, 7 digs

Eve Wood-Jacobowitz
4 aces, 4 digs

ALL TOURNAMENT TEAM
Karita Lewis

HONORABLE MENTION TEAM
Cassidy Perry

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Texas cross country

Last Thursday, Texas traveled to the Salado Eagles Tenroc Ranch
Cross-Country Invitational, suiting up the most cross country runners in
school history with 16 runners in all, 9 girls and 7 boys!

Texas fielded the first ever complete varsity boys team of 7 runners. We
had a team of the minimum 5 girls for varsity, but fell to 4 runners with
one out with the stomach flu. However, we fielded the team minimum of 5
junior varsity girls. Here are the results:

*Varsity Girls 5A-6A Large Schools 5K:*
Ashley Harlicker (9) – 25:56 (school record)
Marcela Brentham (11) – 28:38
Yasmin Watkins (12) – 29:16
Jordan Leach (9) – 34:31

*Varsity Boys 1A-4A 5K:*
Joe Cardenas (10) – 19:06 (school record)
Andrew Ramirez (12) – 24:17
Gabriel Veit (12) – 24:32
Tarique Sylvester (11) – 27:46
Erik Martinez (12) – 28:12
Austin Adamson (11) – 28:57
Brody Vukmonich (9) – 28:58

*JV Girls 1A-6A 2 miles:*
Kimberly Gonzalez (11) – 18:43
Kailin Campbell (11) – 22:03
Tiffany Sellers (12) – 23:14
Brianna Matias (12) – 25:57
Savanna Stewart (12) – 37:22

*Next races*:
Saturday, 10/1 – Texas at McNeil CC Invitational, Austin, TX
Thursday, 10/6 – Texas at Battlin’ Badger CC Invitational, Lampasas, TX

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women’s pro basketball

Meesseman talks about her hearing loss

part of video interview

she’s 50 percent deaf

her interview, in text, is at:
http://www.bulletsforever.com/2016/9/24/13041054/weekend-links-john-wall-kevin-garnett-tribute-emma-meesseman-hearing-loss

just scroll down the screen until you see the part about Meesseman

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a Klingensmith update

Juniata wins in romp

MIFFLINTOWN – Veteran coach Gary Klingensmith thought his team
was hitting on all cylinders and played a sharp game

full story at:
http://www.lewistownsentinel.com/page/content.detail/id/590229/Juniata-wins-in-romp.html?nav=5129

editor’s note:
Klingensmith, who is deaf, played at Penn State in early
sixties, and coached Gallaudet football (1965 thru 1967)
before moving on to a life-long coaching career at
Juniata HS in Pennsylvania. Each win brings him closer
to his goal of 300 career wins.

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top fencer

She became Singapore’s No. 1 fencer despite hearing disability

Meet Zhao Hui, who became Singapore’s Number 1 fencer at the tender age of
15, despite being born with the condition.

full story at:
http://news.asiaone.com/news/singapore/she-became-singapores-no-1-fencer-despite-hearing-disability#sthash.gLgJQ4E0.dpuf

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college deaf football player

Pennsylvania – Tristan Peyton, SO, football

his profile is at:
http://www.pennathletics.com/sport/m-footbl/2016/roster/576dad1ee4b0028e7234c229

his name is not on the defensive stats sheet, after two games played – so
obviously he is not considered one of the better defensive players with
the team
 

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DeafDigest Sports – September 24, 2016

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

— Friday football scores

— today football games

— Gallaudet updates

— soccer & volleyball updates

— football history

— SEC freshman of the week

Deaf Sports Collections update
— the very deaf NFL offensive lineman
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/deaf-sports-collections/

2016 fall season won/lost records, updated 9/24/16
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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list of 2016 fall football scores (as of 9/24/16)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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Football scores and today’s games

Kansas 72 Oklahoma 24
Minnesota 56 Iowa 12
Tennessee 60 South Carolina 20

Louisiana 68 LCHSA Archangels 8

Central Baptist 55 Arkansas 36
St John’s Country 27 Florida 8
Peck 54 Michigan 14
Williams JV 64 Phoenix 20

Friday scores:
Maryland 38 Texas 0

Fremont 48 George Washington 0

JCA 35 Alabama 0
Elbert 34 Colorado 6
Covington 14 Indiana 0
Temecula Prep 37 Riverside 20

Saturday games
Sep 24 Model at North Virginia Homeschool
Sep 24 Wisconsin at Illinois

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Gallaudet volleyball

GU splits on first day of Worthington Classic

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University women’s volleyball team kicked off
the 10th annual Worthington Classic here Friday with a win against
Rutgers-Newark, 3-1, before falling to Salisbury University in straight
sets in the nightcap.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wvball/2016-17/releases/recap_worthington1

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Gallaudet men’s soccer

Bison men’s soccer nets eight in first conference win on the road

MORRISTOWN, N.J. – The Gallaudet University men’s soccer team picked up
its second win and first North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) win this
season here Friday in an impressive victory, 8-1, over College of Saint
Elizabeth.

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

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Gallaudet women’s soccer

Gallaudet wins first conference game with 2-0 victory

MORRISTOWN, N.J. – The Gallaudet University women’s soccer team picked up
its first North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) win this season here
Friday as the Bison shut out College of Saint Elizabeth, 2-0.

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

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Fremont volleyball

CSD vb had a rough week losing two games and wrapped up with a win during
its homecoming.

CSD d. OMI- 3-1
22-25, 25-19, 25-22, 25-21

Jada Dawson: 15 kills, 11 digs, 2 blocks, 2 assists and 2 aces
Jade Dawson: 10 kills, 31 assists, 13 digs, 5 aces
Bryana Morales: 12 kills, 23 digs, 4 blocks, 3 aces, 2 assists
Malia Zornoza: 16 digs, 8 assists, 5 aces, 3 kills
Milana Boren: 15 digs, 3 aces

League: 3-3, overall 4-8

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Indiana football

from a short newspaper story:
Covington 14, Indiana Deaf 0

INDIANAPOLIS — The Trojans cruised to a non-conference win against the
Indiana School for the Deaf to break a two-game losing streak.

from a fan:
The 14-0 score was misleading. Covington fumbled in red zone
many times

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Kansas volleyball

KSD vs. Christ Prep
0-2

10-25
19-25

Kaylee Wells: 2 aces
Madison Welch: 2 aces and 1 kill.

KSD vs. Oklahoma School for the Deaf.

Final Score:
3-1

25-20
23-25
25-17
25-18

We just finished a long match (about 2 hours) against Oklahoma School for
the Deaf.  We all enjoyed an emotional and exciting game.  Oklahoma were
stubborn and kept on keeping the rallies alive.   We managed to beat them
with our serves and capitalized on their mental mistakes.  They will be
one of the teams to watch out for during the GPSD tournament.  Madison
Welch dominated the net with 14 kills and Tiadra Vang was all over the
court contributing 19 assists.

Cierra Sherwood: 2 aces and 6 kills.
Katja Grace: 2 aces
Kaylee Wells: 1 ace and 2 kills.
Madison Welch: 7 aces and 14 kills.
Olu’Quea Siffre: 1 ace, 2 kills and 2 assist.
Tiadra Vang: 3 aces, 2 kills and 19 assists.

Season record: 5-3

Next game: KC East and Arkansas School for the Deaf.

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Lexington soccer

Lexington had two games canceled this week. On Monday, we were rained out
so a make up game will be made up with Avenues. On Wednesday, New York
School for the Deaf (Fanwood) was not ready for a real game so we changed
it to a scrimmage as we played all of our players for fun.

September 22, 2016

Kew Forest 5 Lexington 6

East Elmhurst, N.Y.-  Kew Forest came to Lexington for a league match. It
was a well hard fought game. We scored the first two goals. Then Kew
Forest came back firing for 4 scores. We scored another goal before half
time to make it 3-4 game. At halftime, the coach made several serious
adjustments. The Bluejays were hot as fire in 2nd half contained Kew
Forest to only one goal. Kew Forest scored on a corner kick and a penalty
kick those were two unbelievable shots! Other three were well deserved
goals. Tristan Valico continues to be stellar at Goalkeeper as he made 12
saves as he killed one penalty kick and allowed one!

Scoring:

2nd minute mark: Jaime Pavia (solo)

5th minute mark: Jomar Mercado (touched by defense)

39th minute mark: Raymond Mukhailov on a rebound

45th minute mark: Raymond Mukhailov (solo)

62nd minute mark: Raymond Mukhailov scored on an assist by Jomar Mercado

76th minute mark: Jaime Pavia  scored on an assist by Anthony LaFluer

Season Record: 2-1  (PSAA 1-1)

Upcoming games:

Saturday, September 24th Against Marie Phillip School (Lexington’s
Homecoming)

Monday, September 26th At Lawrence-Woodmere Academy (PSAA League)

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Marie Philip volleyball

Date: Friday September 23, 2016
Location: Cambridge School of Weston, Weston, MA
Quick Result: CSW 3, Marie Philip 2

Hi everyone.  The only thing better than Friday after school is Friday
volleyball after school!  We visited CSW for our IGC league match.  I
apologize for not having exact scores and information below, but in all
the excitement, I forgot to get copies of their score sheets.  Hopefully
it will be sent to us very soon.

The head coach and the players had a hard time focusing on the action on
the court in the first set.  CSW took it.  We recovered and focused better
on the second set to win it.  We won the third set as well.

Our players were a bit tired at the beginning of the fourth set and CSW
quickly built up a lead big enough for me to put in our subs to rest our
starters for the fifth set.  Sabrina Rodrigues (Freshman) got the ball
back with CSW having 24 points and us having less than 10 points.  She
went on an unbelievable tear at serving and digging.  She nearly
single-handedly won the match for us.  Unfortunately we made a hitting
error and CSW lived on to play a 5th set with a 25-21 (I think) set win.

Both of our starting setters got injured at different points of the fifth
set.  Unlike our NFL Patriots last night, we weren’t strong enough to win
behind our third-string setter.  CSW outlasted us physically for a 15-13
set and 3-2 match win.  The game ball goes to one of the CSW players,
numbered 22 or 23, who head butted Rodrigues’ opening serve in the 4th set
to receive it, and then got a kill in the same rally!  It really loosened
the Griffins up and it brightened up our evening even more.

For now we are 2-3 overall (1-3 IGC) and we will play at the Lexington
School for the Deaf in NYC tomorrow.  Our Lady Ghosts will rest up tonight
and come back stronger against the Blue Jays.

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Maryland football

coach’s report:
MSD (3-0) – 38
TSD (2-3) – 0

TSD        0     0      0      0       0
MSD      8     24     6     0      38

Scoring Summary
M – Perry 95yd run (Burford run)
M – Burford 12yd run (Latin run)
M – Burford 6yd run (Latin run)
M – Long 2yd run (Perry run)
M – Long 6yd run (Pass failed)

Individual Stats
Rushing:
Brady Perry: 9-156; 1 TD
Rodney Burford: 12-90; 2 TDs
Eric Long: 7-93; 2 TDs

Passing:
Austin Wilson: 0-3-1 0 yards

Receiving:

Linebackers Rodney Burford led the team with 13 solo tackles. John Werner,
Jr. and Stefan Anderson made 12 and 13 tackles.

With tonight’s win, we’ve matched the record that has been held by Alabama
School for the Deaf for more than 20 years: We’ve won 38 consecutive games
against Deaf schools. The streak started in 2002.

Total Yards:
MSD: 352yards (352 rushing/0 passing)
TSD: 86 yards (86 rushing/0 passing)

newspaper story:
MSD counters Rangers’ size with speed, ties national deaf record

Maryland School for the Deaf’s football team knew it wouldn’t be able
to ride a grind-it-out type of running game against Texas School for the
Deaf on Friday.

The Rangers’ size alone was intimidating. Three players weighed 250
pounds or more.

full story at:
http://bit.ly/2cKY7CB

editor’s note:
Maryland’s next week opponent is Green Street Academy,
which is a first year program

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St Mary’s volleyball

The Lady Bisons had their second match of the season yesterday at
3:30 against Niagara Catholic. The girls came in optimistic and gave
their all for three sets. Unfortunately they fell short in three
straight sets mostly due to Niagara Catholics attacking abilities and
some poor ball handling late in the game. The girls did keep it close
in all three sets, showing that we are a team that you’ll have to
work hard to beat. Sabina and Cammi’s attacking skills are improving
as we saw with two attacks each yesterday while Tracy and Jasmine’s
did well covering the back court and long balls. Hopefully with the
return of Elsie next week we will be able to return to a winning
season.

Match Scores:
Set 1: 19-25
Set 2: 16-25
Set 3: 20-25

Season:

1-1

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football history

part of newspaper story

Cardinal Gibbons, which was not an NCHSAA member at the time, beat member
school Eastern N.C. School for the Deaf 100-42 to 1995.

editor’s note:
it was big news at that time. The Gibbons coach wanted to
score 100 points so “allowed” Eastern North Carolina to
score, in order to get the ball back, to score again.

The Gibbons coach paid the price. He was fired (or forced
to resign) on Monday morning. Public uproar embarrassed
the Gibbons school, thus ousting the coach.  Eastern
North Carolina said they were thin on manpower, and
only had few subs for that game.

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SEC freshman of the week

TSD Alum and former student-athlete named SEC Freshman of the Week!
http://www.utsports.com/sports/c-xctrack/spec-rel/092016aaa.html

 

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DeafDigest Sports – September 23, 2016

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

— Thursday football scores

— upcoming football games

— Gallaudet updates

— volleyball and soccer updates

— some maxpreps football previews

Deaf Sports Collections update
— a champion retired too young
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/deaf-sports-collections/

2016 fall season won/lost records, updated 9/23/16
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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list of 2016 fall football scores (as of 9/23/16)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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Football scores and games

score earlier in the week
Williams JV 64 Phoenix 20

yesterday’s scores
Kansas 72 Oklahoma 24
Minnesota 56 Iowa 12
Tennessee 60 South Carolina 20

Louisiana 68 LCHSA Archangels 8

Central Baptist 55 Arkansas 36
St John’s Country 27 Florida 8
Peck 54 Michigan 14

Friday games
Sep 23 Texas at Maryland
Sep 23 Alabama hosts JCA
Sep 23 Fremont hosts George Washington
Sep 23 Indiana hosts Covington
Sep 23 Colorado hosts Elbert
Sep 23 Riverside hosts Temecula Prep

Saturday games
Sep 24 Model at North Virginia Homeschool
Sep 24 Wisconsin at Illinois

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Gallaudet volleyball

2016 Gallaudet Women’s Volleyball Worthington Classic

The Gallaudet University volleyball program is excited to host the 10th
Annual Worthington Classic at the Field House in Washington, D.C., on
Friday, Sept. 23, thru Saturday, Sept. 24. The teams competing this year
include; DeSales University, Marymount (Va.) University, Messiah College,
Misericordia University, Rutgers-Newark, Salisbury University and Wesley
College.

http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wvball/2016-17/worthingtonclassic

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Gallaudet women’s cross country

GU women’s team finishes 8th at LBC Homecoming Invitational

LANCASTER, Pa. – The Gallaudet University women’s cross country team
finished 8th overall at the Lancaster Bible College (LBC) Homecoming
Invitational here Thursday evening. The Bison tallied 219 team points in
the first of three trips to LBC, the site of the North Eastern Athletic
Conference (NEAC) championships, this year.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wxc/2016-17/releases/recap_lbchcinvite

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Gallaudet men’s cross country

Bison men’s team places 9th at Lancaster Bible Homecoming Invitational

LANCASTER, Pa. – The Gallaudet University men’s cross country team
returned to the site of where it won last year’s Lancaster Bible College
Homecoming Invitational here Thursday. A different Bison team, missing
four top runners from a year ago, placed ninth overall as the invitational
field ballooned from four teams to 12 this year.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mxc/2016-17/releases/recap_lbchcinvite

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football – maxpreps

Football Game Preview: Alabama School for the Deaf vs. Jacksonville
Christian Academy

http://www.maxpreps.com/news/7PNujyp8hEiPa8Qp9ZR2mQ/football-game-preview–alabama-school-for-the-deaf-vs-jacksonville-christian-academy.htm

Football Game Preview: Texas School for the Deaf vs. Maryland School for
the Deaf

http://www.maxpreps.com/news/7OvQj8nEak-fSKSu18LZmg/football-game-preview–texas-school-for-the-deaf-vs-maryland-school-for-the-deaf.htm

Football Game Preview: Indiana School for the Deaf vs. Covington

http://www.maxpreps.com/news/KSYn43ncM0Olr_CkMCWLVg/football-game-preview–indiana-school-for-the-deaf-vs-covington.htm

Football Game Preview: Northern Virginia HomeSchool Athletics Association vs. Model Secondary School for the Deaf

http://www.maxpreps.com/news/2Xhe60DLlk6rvKtKAvOnVg/football-game-preview–northern-virginia-homeschool-athletics-association-vs-model-secondary-school-for-the-deaf.htm

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Arkansas sports

Football Game ASD vs  Central Baptist School Football game. We lost!

ASD 36 to Central Baptist 55

Volleyball Game

ASD vs Christian Ministries

JRV ASD Lost 0 – 2

12 – 25 and 12 – 25

Varsity lost 3 and won 1

ASD 16 to 25 CMA
ASD 25 to 23 CMA
ASD 22 to 25 CMA
ASD 13 to 25 CMA

3-10-1 record in matches

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Colorado volleyball

tweet posting

1A final: Bethune 2, Colorado School for the Deaf & Blind 0

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Delaware volleyball

DSD vs. Wests Nottingham Academy

DSD 25  WNA 9
DSD 25  WNA 16
DSD 25  WNA 12
Won 3-0
Season Record  1-3

First MIL win since 2010

Next week will be Deaf Schools week.
Monday – at NJSD
Wednesday vs. PSD
Saturday at Lexington with ASD and NYSD-Fanwood

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Florida volleyball

September 22, 2016      FSDB vs. Bishop Snyder                  Away           
3-10            0-4
                                                                                                       
(District)

Team    Game 1  Game 2  Game 3  Game 4  Game 5
FSDB    15      16      25      16
Bishop Snyder   25      25      17      25

Player  Service Points  Aces    Kills   Blocks  Assists Digs
Aries Brewer    7       1       3       —     12      14
Arlyssa Davis   6       1       4       —     4       21
Maggie Satterfield      2       2       1       —     —     9
Destinee Harpe  2       —     —     —     —     11
La’Terria Hampton       12      2       6       —     2       6
Charisma D’Angelo       1       —     7       —     2       7
Megan Lockner   6       6       8       3       —     24

The scores are a bit deceiving tonight.  The first and the fourth sets
weren’t great, because the girls started off behind, but they fought hard
in the middle to catch up.  Each set had some amazing rallies, as both
teams were pretty evenly matched.
Unfortunately, we just made more errors.  However, the 2nd and 3rd games
were H-O-T.  We could lose every game all season and play they way we did
in those sets and I’d be one happy coach!  Overall, I’ve very happy with
the way the girls’ played.  We
just have got to find a way to play consistently for 25 points and every
set.

The next game will be our DIG PINK game at home on Tuesday, Sept. 27. 
Middle School plays Halifax at 5:00 and JV and Varsity play St. Joe at
6:00 and 7:00.  All proceeds from the game will go to the Dig Pink
organization, which supports breast cancer
awareness and research.  Please come out and support the girls, if you
can!

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Indiana football

newspaper prediction

Covington (3-2) at Indiana Deaf (5-0): Covington 32, Indiana Deaf 21.

editor’s note:
do keep in mind the newspaper predicted a Fremont win over Indiana
earlier this season and was wrong!

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Iowa football

Lost to Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf today, 56-12.  Turnovers hurt
us the most today, as we had 3 lost fumbles and e interceptions.  We did
have a takeaway, giving us a -5 in the turnover category.  Minnesota
returned two of our fumbles for touchdowns, as well as one of our
interceptions.

Our offense was very limited, as MSAD blitzed the entire game.  We only
managed 75 yards total offense, and our only offensive score in the 3rd
quarter was a result of a short field after a Minnesota turn over on
downs, and an ensuing penalty.

Defensively, their speed to the outside really killed us, mostly in the
first half.  Jon Mayer sparked us with a take away from the Minnesota
running back in the 4th quarter for a touchdown, and 9 total tackles.

Scores by quarter:

MSAD 32 6 6 12=56
ISD.       0 0 6 6=12

ISD Scoring
3rd-Ryan Stumbo to Layne Guerrero 15 pass (2PT PAT failed)

4th-Jon Mayer 55 fumble recovery (2 PT PAT failed)

ISD stats:

Passing
Ryan Stumbo-4-12-3, 21

Receiving
Layne Guerrero-2-15

Rushing
Stumbo-12-25
Jon Mayer-6-24

Defense
Jon Mayer-7 unassisted tackles, 2 assists, Fumble recovery
Layne Guerrero-5 unassisted tackles, 2 QB sacks
Ryan Stumbo-4 unassisted tackles

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Iowa volleyball

Thursday Game summary
Iowa Deaf vs Lewis Central Frosh

We struggle with playing consistent volleyball.  At times, we would
transition well getting some nice digs and working a nice set with a kill
but the girls did not play with a higher level of intensity that I would
have liked to see.
Our serving continues to improve which is nice to see in game situations. 
Lewis Central proved to be a good match for us so we can prepare for the
upcoming Deaf tourney in Oklahoma this October.  Playing well for the
Bobcats was Autumn Winter who went 100% serving with 2 aces, and she also
contributed 2 kills on the day.
Coming off the bench again to contribute was Hannah Kohl.  She played good
when she was in the game.   We came off the emotional high of beating
Minnesota Deaf the night before to losing in straight sets to Lewis
Central.
Scores
ISD                         14                           15
LC                           25                           25

In the second match of the afternoon we faced Thomas Jefferson Frosh. 
Both the schools today are big schools here in Council Bluffs.   We broke
down and could not muster enough consistent play to defeat TJ.    We had
to many mental mistakes, lack of communication in our play, and just an
all around disappointing loss to the TJ team.    “A game I thought we
could win as a coach, but to many other variables interfered with the
game.  Girls mentally not in the game, struggled with position play,
passing and coverage.   Once again our serving for the most part kept us
close in all 4 games.  We had some nice net play with Annie White earning
2 blocks and 7 kills.      Maddie Healy when she does her job of setting
does a nice job of mixing it up on the floor.  She contributed 4 set
assists this match.    I have no excuses for my team’s play today other
than the fact mentally we were not there!
Scores
ISD                         23                           21                          
25                           22
TJ                            25                           25                          
20                           25

Record now is :    1 win   6 loses
We will take a break this weekend and then play Monday and Tuesday of next
week with our Homecoming on Saturday against Wisconsin Deaf.    We will
need to play a different kind of match to get back in the win column.   I
am hoping my expectations of this team are met.

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Louisiana football

LSD 68
Lafayette Christian Home School Association 8

LSD: 5-0

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Marie Philip volleyball

Location: Montrose School, Medfield, MA
Quick Result: Marie Philip 3, Montrose School 1

Today the Marie Philip Lady Ghosts volleyball team played at the Montrose
School for an Independent Girls League contest.  The Mavericks are new to
the sport and their players are still learning, but they showed a lot of
potential.

We won the first set 25-18.  We mostly stuck to our match plan and it paid
off.

In the second set, we had too many miscommunication, forgotten plays, and
mental mistakes from our players.  Montrose’s best lead was 17-10, but to
my great pride, no lead over us is safe.  Our girls fought back to lead
25-24, but we lost the match point.  Montrose tied us a few times, but
couldn’t serve and attack consistently enough to win that set.  We eked
out a 29-27 set win.

Montrose got their act together in the third set.  A bit jittery from
nearly losing the second set, our players worked hard to stay calm in the
face of adversity.  The Mavericks outlasted us to take the third set
25-21.

The fourth set was hotly contested as well.  Montrose had the match point
with a 24-23 lead, but we got the ball back and would not let it go.  We
made just enough great serves and attacks to win 26-24 to take the match.

The match itself was overall exciting to coach and I’m sure to play in,
but we were not at our best that day.  We will make necessary adjustments
for what will hopefully be more comfortable victories to come.  We will
play @ the Cambridge School of Weston tomorrow, @ the Lexington School for
the Deaf Saturday, and host the Landmark School on Monday before what
will, no matter what happens, be a half-day for our school and a much
deserved day off for the team!

in our record, we are now 2-2 (1-2 in the IGC).

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland beat Greater Grace Christian Academy, 3-0
Scores:  25-21, 25-16, 25-12
Record:  17 – 3 – 2

STATS
Brooke Bonheyo
1 kill, 7 assists, 5 aces, 4 digs

Rajena Guettler
2 kills, 1 dig

Karita Lewis
15 kills, 4 aces, 6 digs

Kaela Luttrell
2 assists, 10 digs,

Cassidy Perry
6 kills, 1 block

Freya Seremeth
1 kill, 1 block

Kaitlyn Weeks
1 kill, 12 assists, 2 aces, 2 digs

Eve Wood-Jacobowitz
2 aces, 3 digs

Maryland JV beat Greater Grace Christian Academy, 2-0
Scores:  25-6, 25-11
Record:  11-3

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Michigan volleyball

Michigan School for the Deaf traveled to Merritt Academy today, 9/22/16. 
As the first set started, it was obvious our opponent was intimidated by
Rebecca Davis.  She has amazing stats and a great jump serve.  Merritt
wasn’t able to receive her serves that well.  Despite the great serves,
MSD still lost 13-25.  During the second set Rebecca continued to impress
the other team.  Addison Blair’s receiving percentage increased greatly,
however Tartars just couldn’t set it up, resulting in a low number of
attacks.  We lost the second set 15-25. This was our third game in a row
without any practices in between to fix our previous mistakes.  The girls
were tired and it showed.  Tartars morale dropped and the errors started
rolling in during the third set.  We tried to get back on track, but it
was already too late.  Tartars lost the third set 13-25, losing the match
0-3.  The girls will finally get a break this weekend, because the game in
Missouri was canceled.

 They need it!  They have been working hard and the coaches are proud.  We
will shake this one off and get right back to work!  Our new record is
1-4.  Tartars are hosting a student-staff double elimination tournament on
Tuesday, 9/27/16, starting at 4pm.  The girls will get to have some fun to
help get their spirits back.  Our next match will be Thursday, 9/29/16,
starting at 5pm.  Michigan School for the Deaf will be playing at home
against St. Thomas Moore Academy.  Come watch us play!  GO TARTARS!

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Michigan football

     Hello everyone, the TARTARS faced a tough Peck Team last night. We had
made a lot of adjustments this past week. Making adjustments were not easy.
We held in and fought til the clock read 0:00. The TARTARS lost 54-14 . Our
Stars for the game were

Offense

Austin Blair 90 rush yards, 5 receiving yards, 20 return yards and a 2
point conversion.

Myron Pittman JR. with 56 rush yards, 90 receiving yards, 6 return yards,
and 2 Touchdowns.

Defense

Christopher Robinson 18 Solo tackles & 7 assist
Dewon Emery 11 Solo tackles 11 Assist and 2 fumble recovers
Austin Blair 10 Solo tackles 4 assist
Jason Thoune 9 Solo Tackles 5 Assist and a fumble recover

The TARTARS are looking forward to Open Door Christian School next Friday.

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Minnesota sports

Msad football squad defeated Iowa, 56 to 14.

Iowa VB squad defeated MSAD, 3-0.

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Model volleyball

MSSD 3
Riverdale Baptist School 0

25-16, 25-12, 25-22

Kari Bingham: 6 kills, 1 ace, 1 block solo, 8 digs
Kelley Johnson: 3 kills, 22 assists, 2 aces, 2 digs
Sara Kulisan: 2 aces, 2 digs
Emily Nover: 5 kills, 2 aces, 19 digs
Courtney Skjeveland: 10 kills, 2 assists, 7 aces, 10 digs
Marisa Montoya: 1 assist, 3 aces, 11 digs
Jalena Cochran: 2 digs
Brianna Mehan: 4 kills, 1 dig
Kassidy Gilmore: 2 digs

8-0 record

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Phoenix volleyball

Hayden High School vs. Phoenix Deaf School

Lost, 0 – 3

1-6 record

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Rhode Island soccer

We traveled to West Hartford to play American SD in a soccer game
yesterday afternoon. It was RISD’s first game of the season and the
fourth for ASD. The opening 10 minutes were scoreless as our team
started out well. ASD started to pressure the ball more into our half
of the field and were able to capitalize off opportunities, scoring 6
goals (one off an own-goal by our defender who accidentally kicked
the ball into the net while trying to clear it).

The second half was much better as we started to control the ball
better and push the ball into ASD’s territory more often. Senior
Junito Diaz scored RISD’s first goal of the season on a nice shot
over the goaltender’s head with around 20 minutes left. 

RISD 1
ASD 8

Next game: Thursday, September 29th

Home Opener vs. Marie Phillips School at 4:00 p.m.

Record: 0-1

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Rochester volleyball

Game 1

Lost to Destiny 3-2

Set 1 – 25-20 W
Set 2 – 25-22 L
Set 3 – 25-18 W
Set 4 – 25-22 L
Set 5 – 25-19 L

Avion Henderson got 4 aces while Isabella Robillard earned 4 aces too.

Game 2

Lost to Rochester Academy 3-1

Set 1 – 25-19 L
Set 2 – 25-16 L
Set 3 – 25-15 W
Set 4 – 25-21 L

McKenna Girod got 16 Aces and 2 kills.

Game 3

Lost to Wilson 3-0

Set 1 – 25-8 L
Set 2 – 25-7 L
Set 3 – 25-11 L

Game 4

We played 3 sets against RCMCS and we lost to them 2-1

Set 1 – 25-16 W
Set 2 – 25-17 L
Set 3 – 25-22 L

Julia Ott got 6 Aces and 1 kill while Isabella Robillard got 8 Aces.

0-4 record

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St Mary’s volleyball

The Lady Bisons had their second match of the season yesterday at 3:30
against Niagara Catholic. The girls came in optimistic and gave their all
for three sets. Unfortunately they fell short in three straight sets
mostly due to Niagara Catholics attacking abilities and some poor ball
handling late in the game. The girls did keep it close in all three sets,
showing that we are a team that you’ll have to work hard to beat. Sabina
and Cammi’s attacking skills are improving as we saw with two attacks each
yesterday while Tracy and Jasmine’s did well covering the back court and
long balls. Hopefully with the return of Elsie next week we will be able
to return to a winning season.

Match Scores:

Set 1: 19-25

Set 2: 16-25

Set 3: 20-25

Season:
1-1

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St Mary’s soccer

The Bisons faced a difficult task in our second regular season contest. 
We made the 1 hour trip down to Yorkshire, NY to match up against last
season’s NFCAA defending league champion, Central Baptist.  We were still
without our starting keeper (injured) and had no substitutes to give our
players a rest. Our opponent on the other hand had triple the number of
players then us and were able to continually roll out fresh lines against
our squad.  The Lions came at us right from the get go and took advantage
of our overly aggressive defense.  The score was 3-0 before the 15:00 mark
of the 1st half. The second half was more of the same despite adjustments
that we made.  Suffice it to say that Central Baptist was the better team
tonight.    Our offense was able to get chances but nothing found the back
of the net until the 20:00 mark of the 2nd half when Nick Barrus scored
from close range to prevent a shutout.  The final score was Central
Baptist 6 vs SMSD 1.  There is no rest for
the weary as our schedule is jammed packed with 3 games in a row next
week.  Luckily they are all homes games so hopefully our fans can attend
some and lend their support.

Individual Stats:
Chris Martin: 10 saves
Nick Barrus: 1 goal (1st of the season)

0-2 record

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Tennessee football

SCSDB       14   6   0   0   =  20

  TSD          40   8   6   6   =  60

                         SCSDB              TSD

First Downs            15                    3

Rushes-Yards       33-210           15-314

Passing                   93                  118

Comp-Att-Int         7-15-0              3-6-0

Return Yards           14                    0

Punts-Avg                0                     0

Fumbles-Lost           0                     0

Penalties-Yards      4-40                1-15

Scoring:

1Q: TSD – Jones 40 run (Johnson pass from Jones); TSD – Jones 40 run
(Currie run); SCSDB – Brown 10 pass from Blackmon (Blackmon run); TSD -
Jones 31 run (Currie run); TSD – Jones 42 run (Currie run); SCSDB – Brown
19 run (pass failed); Freeman 70 pass from Jones (Currie run)

2Q: SCSDB – Nelson 2 run (pass failed); TSD Jones 63 run (Currie run)

3Q: TSD – Jones 25 run (run failed)

4Q: TSD – Jones 45 pass from Currie (pass failed)

Records: SCSDB 0-2; TSD 4-0

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Texas volleyball

JV VB @ Geneva School of Boerne: won 2-0 (25-20, 25-18).  Now 15-3.

V VB @ Geneva School of Boerne: won 3-2 (25-20, 16-25, 25-23, 25-27, 15-11).
Now 13-14.

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Viginia volleyball

The Virginia Cardinals traveled to North Carolina to face the Bears in
girls volleyball Thursday the 22nd. It took all 5 sets to complete the
match.

Virginia won the first set 26-24 the third set 25-8 and the tie breaker
16-14 to win the match. North Carolina won the 2nd set 25-23 and the 4th
25-18.

Both teams decided to play another match best 2 out of 3 with Virginia
winning 25-7 then 25-11.

Virginia is now 8-4

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Western Pennsylvania sports

Wed 9/21 – @Cornerstone Prep – battled with them…   with 11 minutes
left in the game (69th minute mark), they broke the scoreless game… and we lost

Thurs. 9/22 – vs Champion Christian, we won, 6-2

LEAGUE RECORD:  1-1-0

OVERALL RECORD:  2-4-0

VOLLEYBALL – swept First Love Christian, 3-0 (25-21, 25-23, and 25-22)

OVERALL RECORD:  2-4

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Wisconsin volleyball

WSD lost to Waukesha Christian 0-3, 11-25, 12-25, 10-25

Record: 1-10

 

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DeafDigest Sports – September 22, 2016

Barry Strassler, editor

………………………………..

Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

— upcoming football games

— Gallaudet updates

— volleyball and soccer updates

Deaf Sports Collections update
— Deaf golf pro versus world’ best deaf golfers
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/deaf-sports-collections/

2016 fall season won/lost records, updated 9/22/16
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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list of 2016 fall football scores (as of 9/21/16)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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yesterday’s football score
Williams JV 64 Phoenix 20
today’s games
Sep 22 Kansas at Oklahoma
Sep 22 South Carolina at Tennessee
Sep 22 Arkansas at Central Baptist
Sep 22 Louisiana at LCHSA Archangels
Sep 22 Minnesota at Iowa
Sep 22 Florida hosts St Johns Country Day

Friday games
Sep 23 Texas at Maryland
Sep 23 Alabama hosts JCA
Sep 23 Fremont hosts George Washington
Sep 23 Indiana hosts Covington
Sep 23 Colorado hosts Elbert
Sep 23 Riverside hosts Temecula Prep

Saturday games
Sep 24 Model at North Virginia Homeschool
Sep 24 Wisconsin at Illinois
Sep 24 Michigan at Missouri

Sep 24 Carolinas at Georgia
this game has been moved to November 5th, tentatively

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Men’s basketball team helps team manager Colton Crace fight cancer

WASHINGTON – When the Gallaudet University men’s basketball team was
fighting for a North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) playoff berth last
season its team manager, Colton Crace, was right there tallying the team’s
statistics at the scorers table. Now, Colton Crace is in his own fight
with cancer.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mbkb/2016-17/releases/coltonstrong

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Gallaudet cross country

Gallaudet cross country teams lend a helping hand at the Nation’s Triathlon

WASHINGTON – Members of the Gallaudet University men’s and women’s
cross country teams shifted their attention from their vigorous
training schedules to helping out the community.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mxc/2016-17/releases/volunteertri

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maxpreps football preview

Football Game Preview: Tennessee School for the Deaf vs. South Carolina School for the Deaf & Blind
http://www.maxpreps.com/news/wCPwM1vJDUud0ko9DcBGtw/football-game-preview–tennessee-school-for-the-deaf-vs-south-carolina-school-for-the-deaf-and-blind.htm

Football Game Preview: Florida School for the Deaf vs. St. Johns Country Day
http://www.maxpreps.com/news/obkmheHiu0CmUi9Xh-fQjQ/football-game-preview–florida-school-for-the-deaf-vs-st-johns-country-day.htm

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American soccer

American school for the Deaf invited Rhode Island school for the Deaf and
defeated RISD, ASD 8 – RISD 1.   I moved around most of the players to
learned different positions and focus on passing skills.  It was good game
and opportunity for everyone to play.   ASD record 3-1.

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American volleyball

We lost 1-3 against MPS.   The scores are 25-22, 14-25, 6-25 and 20-25.

We will play against New York School for the Deaf this Saturday.

Our record is 1-2.

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Florida volleyball

September 21, 2016      FSDB vs. Duval Charter                  Away           
3-9             0-4
                                                                                                       
(District)

Team    Game 1  Game 2  Game 3  Game 4  Game 5
FSDB    22      10      27      20
Duval Charter   25      25      25      25

Player  Service Points  Aces    Kills   Blocks  Assists Digs
Aries Brewer    7       5       2       1       13      10
Arlyssa Davis   6       1       3       —     1       15
Maggie Satterfield      2       1       1       —     1       2
Destinee Harpe  2       —     —     —     —     17
La’Terria Hampton       12      6       1       —     —     7
Charisma D’Angelo       1       1       5       3       1       8
Megan Lockner   6       2       10      2       1       19

The girls did a great job tonight, if you ignore the second game.  We have
had lots of line up changes lately, due to injuries.  But, the girls have
adjusted well and keep fighting through the changes.  I hope that we have
found a line up that we can
stick with and that the girls will settle into.  They played with heart
and didn’t give up tonight; we just weren’t able to finish the games.  I’m
happy that many of the games are competitive this year, I just wish we
were able to taste some more wins!
Congrats to Aries and Megan for having a double double!

The next game will be at Bishop Snyder in Jacksonville on Thursday, Sept.
22.  JV plays at 5:30 and Varsity plays at 6:30.  Please come out and
support the girls, if you can!

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Indiana football

part of newspaper story

Covington at Indiana Deaf

Time — 7 p.m. (Eastern), Friday

Site — Indianapolis

Records — Covington 3-2 overall; Indiana Deaf 5-0 overall.

Storylines — Covington has won six of its last seven meetings with
Indiana Deaf … Senior Danny Brewer is leading rusher for Covington with
426 yards on 91 attempts … Sophomore quarterback Ty Bever has completed
51 percent of his passes for 730 yards and nine touchdowns … Senior
Trace Coffing is the top tackler for the Trojans, averaging 10.2 a contest
… The Orioles are 5-0 for the third straight season … Indiana Deaf has
held its first five opponents to just 34 points.

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Iowa volleyball

Do you believe in miracles?  What a special night here at the LMC, home of
the Iowa Deaf Bobcats volleyball team.  These scrappy 9 players played
with all heart, determination, confidence and the will to win.  For the
first time in my 22 years of coaching the volleyball team here at ISD, the
Lady Cats defeated the powerhouse Trojan team of Minnesota Deaf.
“I have no words to describe this feeling right now ,  I am overwhelmed
with joy for these players”  What an emotional night coaching.  We lead
the entire match, not once giving up and succumbing to the tradition of
Minnesota.   Those 9 girls took advantage of almost every single mistake
Minnesota made.  Sure we all miss some serves, but our passing looked much
improved tonight, even on their tough serves.  We had them off balance
most of the time.  Our net attacks from Senior Annie White and sophomore 
Shayla Dobias were phenominal !  Annie blocked well, she intimidated their
front court to the point of earning 12 kills on the night.  She attacked
most of their overpasses, something we do a lot of, but not tonight.
Serving for us was key!  as a team we only missed 5 serves on the night
and had a total of 14 ace serves.  We swept Minnesota in 3.  That has
never happened before in the last 22 years or more.  Sure in the past we
might get one set from Minnesota but would crack at the thought of even
winning.  Tonight was different!
All 9 girls played to the best of their ability, which is what I asked for
at the beginning of the night.  Maddie Healy had her best night setting. 
“she said SHE’S GOT THIS”  It’s nice to hear a player respond is such a
way and then go out and prove she can.  She is just a sophomore too!
Emily Lachin played defense like nothing got by her.   Her back row
performance was outstanding.  Then she played front row which is something
new.  She is starting for the missing Katie Brown.  Getting her 2nd  start
of the year in a position she has practiced a couple of times.   Emily
finished 100% serving along with Autumn Winter at 100% and Shayla Dobias
at 100%.   Every single player tonight contributed in their own way,
either by serving or playing a position they just learned.  Coming off the
bench to fill in was Hannah Kohl.  Sophomore with a bright future can and
will help the team.
Minnesota never did give up.  They kept in the game inching closer and
closer with every play.  They trailed by 5-6 points and always caught up
keeping the pressure on the Cats.  The Iowa Deaf team accepted every
challenge tonight.  This is a very BIG win for our program and something
that I will remember for the rest of my life.   See, in my years of
coaching (22) we have never beaten the Minnesota team until tonight!! 
History was made once again on the volleyball floor.  The last time
history was made was when we beat the Lewis Central team about 6 years
ago.  It took us only 3 games tonight to bring down the giant!!   Wow,
Sweet victory.
I am so thankful to this team and so very proud to be their coach.   Now
the key is,  can we continue on this high in our next matches.  We a
slated to play Lewis Central and Thomas Jefferson tomorrow in a
triangular.   Can miracles happen again,  we will wait and see!
Scores
ISD                   25                 25              25
MSAD                23                 21              15

Record for Iowa Deaf now is   1 win  3 loses

I still can’t believe what just happened.  Cloud 9 right now!
STATS
Shayla Dobias                   Serving 18-18, 3 Aces           2 kills, 
1 block
Emily Lachin                     Serving 10-10, 2 Aces            3 digs
Autumn Winter                  Serving  7-7    1 dig
Annie White                     Serving  12-14, 5 Aces,   1 set assist,
100% hitting, 12 kills,   3 digs
Maddie Healy                    Serving  6-8  3 Aces,   5 Set assist,   2
digs
Elizabet Topete                   SUB, played a little
Kelsey Lachin                    Serving 8-8       1 set assist
Sadie Kindt                        Serving  2-3,  1 Ace
Hannah Kohl                       Serving 2-2

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Michigan volleyball

   Michigan School for the Deaf traveled to Landmark Academy today,
9-21-16.  Landmark has always been a great team, and we were ready to show
them what we got.  The first set started and it took the Tartars a while
to figure out Landmark’s weaknesses.  We were attacking and serving well,
but had too many errors receiving Landmark’s serves.  Kayla Sturdivant,
one of our captains, was playing more aggressive and attacking more and
even got 2 assists in the first set.  Our errors got the best of us and we
lost 11-25.  When the second set started, Tartars now knew where to place
the ball.  They were carefully listening to the coaches and putting the
ball where we asked them.  This set was extremely close, but we still lost
22-25.  Rebecca Davis, our senior captain, got 4 kills, and 2 assists this
set.  In the third set, Landmark started catching on.  They were more
prepared for our carefully placed attacks and realized that playing smart
is the way to go.  They found our holes and paid us back for continuously
catching them off their toes.  Landmark was playing smarter, Tartars
taught them how.  It didn’t stop the girls from trying their best, but
quickly became frustrated with missed passes.  MSD lost the third set
13-25, losing the match 0-3.  The Lady Tartars are still improving and
stats continue to get better.  Wendy Chicky got our first stuff block of
the season and we hope there will be more!  Our record is now 1-3.  MSD
will be playing again tomorrow at Merritt Academy at 5pm.  Come cheer us
on!  GO TARTARS!

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Minnesota football

GAMEDAY: Trojans seek 1st win of fall at Iowa
 
Two teams that have had a rough start to the season will face off when the
Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf football team plays at Iowa School
for the Deaf at 11 a.m. Thursday.

full story at:
http://www.southernminn.com/faribault_daily_news/sports/article_5441143b-f4d5-5a74-bec9-c2f3376b3751.html

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Oregon updates

http://schedules.schedulestar.com/Oregon-School-for-the-Deaf-Salem-OR/Scoreboard/09-22-2016/

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Rochester soccer

Yesterday marked another beautiful day for a game of soccer. RSD travelled
to Bullis Park in Macedon to take on the Mighty Knights who happen to field
one Deaf athlete as well.

In what could be a new RSD record, Ahmed Mahmoud scored in an astounding
time of 48 seconds. WoWoWoWoW! It was a great start against a very
talented, deep team. Dylan Benjamin played phenomenally in net throughout
the entire game. 10 minutes later though, a controversial ball that was not
called out over the endline lead to the Knights’ first goal. It’s very
disheartening to get scored on, but to get scored on like that, makes it a
little tougher. In the waning last few seconds of the first half, the
Knights squeeze in another one to take a 2-1 lead into halftime.

Considering we only took a couple shots in the first half, we were in good
position. However, the second half, we lost Yacoub on a rolled ankle, and
we had a couple players taking effect to having to play a full game. Unlike
the Knights that had close to ten extra bodies on the bench, to us, who
only had a couple. RSD persevered and fought hard for 80 minutes, but the
Knights’ depth was too much for us under the sun.

The Knights went on to win 6-1. Dylan Benjamin made 20 saves.

RSD: 1
SK: 6

Record: 1-3

We take on Hope Hall this Thursday in Gates, NY.

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Tennessee volleyball

Berean  Christian 3-0 over TSD  25-6, 25-11, 25-8

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Texas cross country

TSD HS Cross-Country ran the Texas Lutheran University Bulldog CC
Invitational on Saturday, September 17. Both girls and boys ran the 5K.
Here are the results:

*Results: *https://www.athleteguild.com/running/
seguin-tx/2016-texas-lutheran-bulldog-invitational/results

Jaida Scott, 10th grade, – 27:35 (new TSD girls 5K record)
Jordan Leach, 9th – 33:20
Yasmin Watkins, 12th – 34:53
Kimberly Gonzales, 11th – 36:04
Kaitlyn Campbell, 11th – 44:30
Savanna Stewart, 12th – 54:56

Andrew Ramirez, 12th – 24:14
Gabriel Veit, 12th – 24:55
Tarique Sylvester, 11th – 28:00
Erik Martinez, 12th – 28:01
Austin Adamson, 11th -  30:05
Braden Ketchum, 11th – 33:20

Next CC Meet: Thursday, September 22 at Salado, TX

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Virginia volleyball

Yesterday the Virginia Cardinals traveled to Wilson, NC to play ENCSD
in a volleyball double header. The Cardinals won both matches which
went the full 3 sets.In the first match ENCSD won the first set 25-22
with Virginia getting the next two 25-17 & 15-9 to win the first
match. The second match was very close on all 3 sets with ENCSD
winning again the first set 26-24 and Virginia getting the last two
26-24 then 15-7.

Virginia will travel to Morganton, NC on the 22nd to face NCSD in a
double header.

Virginia’s record is now 6 and 4

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Washington volleyball

WSD Volleyball Scores: 9/21

WSD 3 vs. Fort Vancouver 2

FTV 25 – WSD 9
WSD 25 – FTV 14
WSD 25 – FTV 16
FTV 25 – WSD 18
WSD 25 – FTV 20

Record: 2 – 2

Next Game: Monday, September 26 vs. Three Rivers Christian

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Wisconsin volleyball

WSD VB lost to Rock County Christian School 0-3, 23-25, 13-25, 7-25
Record: 1-9

 

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DeafDigest Sports – September 21, 2016

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

 

— upcoming football games

— football score last night

— Gallaudet updates

— another Jordan Kohl story

— volleyball and soccer updates

 

Deaf Sports Collections update
— Gary Klingensmith, at Penn State
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/deaf-sports-collections/

2016 fall season won/lost records, updated 9/21/16
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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list of 2016 fall football scores (as of 9/21/16)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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yesterday’s football score
Williams JV 64 Phoenix 20

today’s football game
Sep 21 Kansas at Oklahoma

upcoming games this week

Sep 22 South Carolina at Tennessee
Sep 22 Arkansas at Central Baptist
Sep 22 Louisiana at LCHSA Archangels
Sep 22 Minnesota at Iowa
Sep 22 Florida hosts St Johns Country Day

Sep 23 Texas at Maryland
Sep 23 Alabama hosts JCA
Sep 23 Fremont hosts George Washington
Sep 23 Indiana hosts Covington
Sep 23 Colorado hosts Elbert
Sep 23 Riverside hosts Temecula Prep

Sep 24 Model at North Virginia Homeschool
Sep 24 Wisconsin at Illinois
Sep 24 Michigan at Missouri
Sep 24 Carolinas at Georgia

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Gallaudet men’s basketball 2016-17 schedule released

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University men’s basketball team and
second-year Head Coach Kevin Kovacs have officially released its schedule
for the 2016-17 season. The new schedule features 25 regular-season games
as the Bison will play 14 home games and 11 away games.  Gallaudet
finished the 2015-16 season with an overall record of 18-8 and a 14-4 mark
in the North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC).

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mbkb/2016-17/releases/schedule1617

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

Bison women’s basketball releases 2016-17 schedule

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University women’s basketball
program has officially released its schedule for the 2016-2017
season. The Bison went 15-12 overall last season, 13-7 in conference
play and posted a winning record of 9-6 at the Field House.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wbkb/2016-17/releases/schedule1617

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Alabama volleyball

Alabama Lady Warriors

Tuesday, September 20

Alabama 3  Vincent 0  (25-16, 27-25, 25-18)

Season record: 4 – 13

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American soccer

American School for the Deaf traveled to Marie Philip School (former TLC)
in Massachusetts. I am impressed with both teams that played well and some
good changes.  ASD defeated MPS 5-2.  ASD record 2-1.  Today is our home
game versus RISD.

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Delaware volleyball

DSD vs. Tri-State Christian Academy

DSD 14 Tri-State 25
DSD 9  Tri-State 25
DSD 18  Tri-State 25
Lost 3-0

Season Record 0-3

Next game vs. West Nottingham Academy on Thursday, Sept 22nd

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Indiana volleyball

from a tweet

Park Tudor School Girls Varsity Volleyball falls to Indiana School For The Deaf
losing all 3 games

Indiana School for the Deaf Volleyball defeated Broad Ripple, 3-0
Set points: 25-21, 25-15, 27-25

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Marie Philip soccer

Marie Philip School Galloping Ghosts played second straight home game,
this time, against
American School for the Deaf. We played a good battle. Bryce Callahan had
a perfect headshot toward the corner of the goal with a corner kick assist
by Dylan Christoffels. ASD took a 3-1 lead at halftime.

Dylan Christoffels scored from a penalty kick to put our team within a
goal, 2-3. However, we struggled to seize our scoring opportunities and
ended up making mistakes. ASD took advantage of our miscues to score two
more goals.

MPS 2
ASD 5

Next game: Sept 24, Saturday
MPS @ Lexington (homecoming)

Record: 0-3

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Marie Philip volleyball

Location: Schwab Athletic Center, Marie Philip School, Framingham, MA
Quick Result: Marie Philip 3, American School for the Deaf 1

This afternoon the American School for the Deaf from Hartford, Connecticut
traveled to our school for a volleyball match.  It is always our Lady
Ghosts’ pleasure to host the Tigers.

The first set was hotly contested as both sides worked on their
consistency and teamwork.  Both teams’ I and II servers got most of the
service points.  Our senior Heather Hall enjoyed a 7 aces performance. 
Her head coach made an error implementing the Lady Ghosts’ substitution
strategy late in the match.  The Tigers took advantage the mistake to win
the first set 25-23.

Between sets, our Lady Ghosts sought to make amends for letting the first
set slip away.  We maintained a disciplined serving game with 10 aces (7
by freshman Sabrina Rodrigues) and only two errors.  She inherited a 12-12
tie midway in the match and gave us 9 consecutive service points for a
25-14 victory.

Our players focused on maintaining the momentum in the third set.  The
serving was consistent with Shayla Rochette (8th grader making her MPS
debut) serving 9 consecutive service points and 4 aces in that span.  We
also had a few three-touch kills.  We won that set 25-6.

ASD gave us a more competitive fourth set.  We had a hard time receiving
their serves and they had a 9-2 lead.  Hall got to serve again and showed
us that no lead is safe by cutting it down to 9-8.  It was back and forth
after that.  We got the serve again with a 21-20 lead and did not give up
the ball to win the set 25-20 and the match 3-1.  Today was our first home
win in nearly three years and it was worth the wait!!!

Our overall record is now 1-2.  Our next matches are this Thursday @
Montrose, this Friday @ Cambridge School of Weston, this Saturday @
Lexington School for the Deaf, and finally next Monday at home vs.
Landmark.  Volleyball season is in full swing now!  Today’s stats will be
updated to MaxPreps in a few days or less.

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland beat Covenant Life, 3-0
Scores:  25-14, 25-17, 25-17
Record:  15 – 3 – 2

STATS
Emellia Beldon
5 kills, 1 assist, 1 ace, 9 digs

Brooke Bonheyo
8 assists, 2 aces, 10 digs

Tamia Harris
1 kill

Rajena Guettler
2 kills, 1 dig

Karita Lewis
16 kills, 2 assists, 5 aces, 9 digs

Kaela Luttrell
1 ace, 7 digs,

Cassidy Perry
11 kills, 2 digs, 1 block

Freya Seremeth
1 kill

Kaitlyn Weeks
2 kills, 23 assists, 1 ace, 8 digs

Eve Wood-Jacobowitz
7 digs

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Michigan volleyball

  Faith High School came to Michigan School for the Deaf today, 9/20/16. 
The Lady Tartars had only one practice after their last loss, and we
focused on serving and hitting.  It paid off!  Everyone was serving
better, and were being more aggressive.  The first set started out slow as
MSD was trying to figure out their opponent.  These ladies are becoming
more aware of where to place the ball and it shows.  MSD took the first
set 25-15, with Addison Blair getting 8 aces.  The aces kept rolling in
throughout the match.  Rebecca Davis gained 8 aces in the second set. 
Charisma Gafford got her first kill during this set as well.  Tartars won
the second set 25-15.  When the third set started it was clear who was
going to be the winner.  Wendy Chicky served 14 in a row, 10 of them aces. 
MSD won 25-6, taking the match 3-0.  Haley Cooper receiving percentage
continues to grow, proving we are a force not to be reckoned with.  Our
record is currently 1-2.  We will tr
avel to Landmark Academy tomorrow where the game will start at 5pm.  Come
watch us play!  GO TARTARS!

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Mississippi volleyball

In a non-conference contest, MSD defeated Pisgah, 3-2.

25-23, 22-25, 25-20, 25-27, 15-10

Next game: McLaurin @ MSD – 9/27 @ 5:30p

Record: 4-5 (2-5)

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Missouri volleyball

We played a tremendous match against Kingdom Christian Academy. They did,
beat us, however. Our record is now 0-5. Our first set we lost 31-33. The
second we lost 19-25. The third we lost 22-25. I take full responsibility
for the loss in the first match. I made some coaching decisions I thought
were for the better for the team for this set, but it happened that it
didn’t pan out the way I thought it would. The second set we were not at
our best. We gave up on ourselves and a player lost confidence which
affected the entire team. We came back and played an excellent set in the
third but we just didn’t get the points we needed to. There were a few
silly errors made but I really can’t complain much about that third set.
We have practice the rest of this week to prepare for our game at North
Callaway on September 27, 2016 at 5:30 pm.

Stats
Elizabeth Harrison: 2 aces, 3 kills
Avalon Saxton: 2 kills
Cheyenne Dickerson: 1 kill
Delanzia Hayes: 1 kill

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Model volleyball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 3
Charles E Smith Jewish Day Sch: 0

The Model Eagles grabbed another 3-0 sweep victory to continue the season
with a 7-0 record.
 
MSSD 3
Smith Jewish Day School 0
25-8, 25-18, 25-11
 
Emily Nover: 7 kills, 1 assist, 3 aces, 12 digs
Courtney Skjeveland: 4 kills, 2 aces, 15 digs
Kari Bingham: 6 kills, 7 digs
Marisa Montoya: 1 ace, 18 digs
Kelley Johnson: 6 kills, 19 assists, 4 aces, 1 dig
Brianna Mehan: 3 kills, 2 block solos, 1 dig
Kassidy Gilmore: 7 digs
Jalena Cochran: 1 ace, 6 digs
Sara Kulisan: 1 ace, 2 digs
Lennette Butler: 3 digs 

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Ohio volleyball

Game #5 vs Cristo Rey Columbus (CRC) (9/20/2016):

L 0-3

CRC: 25-25-25

OSD: 9-18-11

Season record: 0-5

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Phoenix sports

Williams High School vs. Phoenix Deaf School

Jr. Varsity Football – Lost, 20 – 64

Record 2 – 3

Phoenix vs. North Phoenix Preparatory

Varsity Volleyball – Won, 3 – 2

Record 1 – 5

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Rhode Island sports

from a newspaper story

NORTH PROVIDENCE – Mayor Charles Lombardi and the North Providence
Recreation Department will be hosting an induction ceremony for the North
Providence Sports Hall of Fame on Thursday, Sept. 29.

• Gerard Dandeneau, who coached multiple sports for the Rhode Island
School for the Deaf from 1972 to 2004

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St Mary’s volleyball

The Lady Bisons had their home opener yesterday afternoon against Global
Charter and even though we were short a few players, they played an
amazing game. The girls came in nervous but ready for their first game of
the season and proved that by sweeping the first three sets of the game.
All the girls did a great job serving but special props to Jasmine
Hollingsworth for keeping her cool and pulling off a couple tough returns
and Cami Cole and Sabina Bagjai for their great work at the net. Please
think about coming out to our next game this Thursday at 3:30 where we
will hope to continue our winning streak against Niagara Catholic.

Score recap:
Set 1: 25-12
Set 2: 25-3
Set 3: 25-12

1-0 record

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Texas volleyball

Varsity VB vs. Faith Academy at home: won 3-0 (25-5, 25-14, 25-7) now 12-14.

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Washington volleyball

WSD 3 vs. Hudson’s Bay 2

HB 25 – WSD 14
HB 25 – WSD 17
WSD 25 – HB 20
WSD 25 – HB 22
WSD 25 – HB 12

Record: 1 – 2

Next Game: Wednesday, September 21 vs. Fort Vancouver

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Western Pennsylvania volleyball

lost to Cornerstone Prep, 0-3 (11-25, 15-25, and 15-25)

OVERALL RECORD: 1-4

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college volleyball

Jordan Kohl: Determined to make a difference

full story at:
https://star.txstate.edu/2016/09/20/jordan-kohl-determined-to-make-a-difference/

editor’s note:
Jordan, who knew no ASL, was a member of the USA
national women’s volleyball team. Mingling with
many deaf people for the first time in her life
was quite a social adjustment for her. But slowly,
she began to get more comfortable with them!
 

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Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

— upcoming football games

— Gallaudet updates

— some deaf school sports updates

— Hamill’s upcoming match

Deaf Sports Collections update
— Gallaudet baseball, surprise coach
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/deaf-sports-collections/

2016 fall season won/lost records, updated 9/20/16
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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upcoming football games

Sep 19 Oregon at Falls City JV
this game was rescheduled to a later date
next month

Sep 20 Phoenix hosts Anthern Prep JV

Sep 21 Kansas at Oklahoma

Sep 22 South Carolina at Tennessee
Sep 22 Arkansas at Central Baptist
Sep 22 Louisiana at LCHSA Archangels
Sep 22 Minnesota at Iowa
Sep 22 Florida hosts St Johns Country Day

Sep 23 Texas at Maryland
Sep 23 Alabama hosts JCA
Sep 23 Fremont hosts George Washington
Sep 23 Indiana hosts Covington
Sep 23 Colorado hosts Elbert
Sep 23 Riverside hosts Temecula Prep

Sep 24 Model at North Virginia Homeschool
Sep 24 Wisconsin at Illinois
Sep 24 Michigan at Missouri
Sep 24 Carolinas at Georgia

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Gallaudet volleyball

Thomas named NEAC Women’s Volleyball Player of the Week

GANSEVOORT, N.Y. – The North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC)
announced its weekly conference student-athlete of the week awards for
Sept. 19 and Gallaudet University’s Darriyan Thomas (Vallejo, Calif.)
earned Women’s Volleyball Player of the Week for her performance last
week.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wvball/2016-17/releases/neacsaow-sept19

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Gallaudet football

Maples earns second straight ECFC Rookie of the Week award

MARSHFIELD, Mass. – The Eastern Collegiate Football Conference (ECFC)
announced its weekly honors for the week of Sept. 19 and for the third
week in a row Gallaudet University took home Rookie of the Week honors.
Freshman running back Spencer Maples (Kempner, Texas) was selected as
Rookie of the Week for the second week in a row.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/fball/2016-17/releases/ecfcpow-week3

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Arkansas sports

Arkansas Deaf School vs Arkansas Christian Academy 9/19/16

JRV ASD Lost 2

ASD 2 to ACA 25
ASD 7 to ACA 25

Varsity Team Won 3 to 1

ASD 14 to ACA 25
ASD 25 to ACA 16
ASD 25 to ACA 23
ASD 25 to ACA 23

vs Gospel Light Christian
JRV ASD Lost 2
4-25 and 12-25

Varsity ASD Also Lost 3 games:
4-25, 14-25 and 11-25

Next sports Activities:

ASD Volleyball against Community Ministries at ASD NAC Fuller Court

ASD Football against Central Baptist School at Memphis, Tennessee

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Carolinas football

NCSsD inexperience shows in opening loss to Tenn. SD

The inexperience of the North Carolina Schools for the Deaf eight-player
football team shone as brightly as the blazing sun Saturday afternoon in
its season opener at Eastern North Carolina School for the Deaf.

Full story at:
http://www.wilsontimes.com/stories/NCSsD-inexperience-shows-in-opening-loss-to-Tenn-SD,73086

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Fremont sports

The Eagles had a dominating week, the volleyball team avenged their early
season loss to Fremont Christian by sweeping them 3-0 and football had
another aerial day with Riverbank, winning 62-14.  This Friday is
Homecoming, attached is the flyer, see you all there!

Athletes of the Week

NELSON PALACIOS – The Senior is a seasoned veteran on the team having
being part of the fall and winter cheerleading squads since his freshmen
year.  This year, he has took the role as a team captain and leads by
example being the first one to practice and the last person off the field. 
During the games, he always has a positive attitude.

KAITLYNN ALVES – The freshmen cheerleader has improved so much every week
since the fall camp began.  She is currently one of our best performer
based on her facial expressions and overall cheerleading ability.
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Tuesday September 20
Varsity Volleyball
HOME GAME vs Contra Costa Christian, 4pm
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Thursday September 22
Varsity Volleyball
@ Contra Costa Christian, 3:30pm
2055 Tice Valley Blvd, Walnut Creek 94595
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Friday September 23 HOMECOMING
Varsity Volleyball
HOME GAME vs Oakland Military Institute, 4pm

Varsity Football and Cheerleading
HOME GAME vs George Washington, 7pm
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Iowa volleyball

Traveled to Arkansas Deaf this past weekend and played a much improved
Leopard team.  They really looked good, the Arkansas team beat us in 4
sets.
We faced off against a team with improved players and experience.  The
whole match was pretty even, we trailed quite a bit every game.  We took
the second set off of serving from sophomore Shayla Dobias who went 27-28
on the day with 7 ace serves.  “She really came through for us in the
serving department”  Shayla also had a good game attacking the ball with 4
kills.  She improves every game.  Arkansas was quite athletic and I feel
will vie for a spot in the GPSD tourney.
ISD served well the whole match with Annie White contributing 100% serving
with 2 aces, 12 kills, 7 defensive digs.  As a senior, she showed good
floor leadership.   Maddie Healy stepped up her game as well in the
setting department.  She played defense well earning 8 digs.
  Everyone got an opportunity to play which was nice.

Our record now is 0-3
We play Heartland Christian, Lewis Central, Thomas Jefferson, and
Minnesota Deaf all this week.  We will be busy!

ISD 14 25 13 23
ASD 25 19 25 25

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Marie Philip soccer

9/19/16

Marie Philip School played its the first home game against Commonwealth
School. We had a good start with the offside trap. We were down 0-3 in the
first half.

In the second half, we tried to score and get back into the game.
Unfortunately, we made mistakes as Commonwealth found other ways to keep
netting the goals. We have learned from our mistakes and will do better!

MPS goalkeeper Dakota Rochette showed all of his effort to make great 14
saves.

Next game: Sept 20, Tuesday
ASD @ MPS

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9/16/16

Marie Philip School Galloping Ghosts went to Boston for a first game of
the season – league soccer game against Boston University Academy at the
historic Nickerson Field.

We have new players on the team, more than half of the roster from last
year and we got excited playing under Friday night lights for the first
time at a full-sized collegiate soccer field with turf!

BUA took advantage of our mistakes to have a 5-0 lead in the first half. 
We played well in the second half as we kept shooting the ball toward the
net. Isabella Bucci made a nice assist, giving Dylan Christoffels a goal. 
Dylan also earned an assist from Bryce Callahan’s goal.

Dakota Rochette played as a goalkeeper for the first time as he did an
outstanding job to make 12 saves.

Lastly, I want to welcome our new assistant coaches, Samantha Bulewich and
Joshua Vanik. They have been outstanding in helping me to prepare this
young team for the season!

MPS 2
BUA 7

Next game: Sept 19, Monday. Commonwealth at MPS.

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Minnesota football

Evergreens remain undefeated

The Northwood-Solon Springs football team remained undefeated Friday with
a 42-22 victory over Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf in a
nonconference game.

full story at:
http://www.superiortelegram.com/sports/preps/4118984-evergreens-remain-undefeated

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Ohio volleyball

Game #4 vs Gilead Christian

L 0-3

Gilead: 25-25-27

OSD: 22-13-25

Season record: 0-4

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Oregon sports

No game vs Falls City.  Its later in the season

Our soccer team plays a varsity boys soccer schedule. 

We are co-ed, as are some of the teams we play.

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Texas football

Last Friday’s game

*Texas Varsity Football*

TSD (2-2) – 36

Garland (0-4) – 12

TSD 0 8 16 12

Gar 7 0 5 0

*Scoring Summary*

G – Flute III 20 yd run (Lukas kick)

T – Garrett 1 yd run (Stone run)

T – Ashton 65 yd run (Stone run)

G – Safety

G – Lukas 13 yard FG

T – Stone 8 yd run (pass failed)

T – Garrett 7 yd run (Stone run)

T – Sliva-Wynne 21 yd interception return (pass failed)

*Individual Stats*

*Rushing*:

Gareth Ashton: 17-126; 1 TD

Preston Garrett: 17-42; 2 TD

Stone Leiker: 6-37; 1 TD

Jadan Anderson: 4-0

*Passing*:

Dylan Sicoli: 3-9-0 46 yards

*Receiving*:

Shea Sliva-Wynne: 1-34

Preston Garrett: 1-8

Jacob Vasquez: 1-4

*Defense*:

Jacob Vasquez led the team with 7 tackles with 3 tackles for loss and
Darius Kellam

had 6 tackles. Shea returned an interception for a touchdown.

*Total Yards*:

TSD: 243 yards (197 rushing, 46 passing)

Garland: 162 yards (98 rushing, 64 passing)

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Matt Hamill, UFC’s first deaf fighter, to step in cage at Turning Stone
MMA event

Central New York’s “The Hammer” is joining one of New York’s first pro MMA
events.

full story at:
http://www.syracuse.com/sports/index.ssf/2016/09/matt_hamill_mma_fight_ufc_turning_stone.html

editor’s comment:
DeafDigest Sports editor is worried about Matt’s health. He has
been pretty much badly beaten up his last 2 or 3 matches. He
has retired several times only to come back, unable to resist
the lure of fighting!

 

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DeafDigest Sports – September 19, 2016

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

— upcoming football games

— Gallaudet updates

— NCAA-I college volleyball player

— some deaf school sports updates

Deaf Sports Collections update
— Equestrian horses, deaf breeder
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/deaf-sports-collections/

2016 fall season won/lost records, updated 9/19/16
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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upcoming football games

Sep 19 Oregon at Falls City JV

Sep 20 Phoenix hosts Anthern Prep JV

Sep 21 Kansas at Oklahoma

Sep 22 South Carolina at Tennessee
Sep 22 Arkansas at Central Baptist
Sep 22 Louisiana at LCHSA Archangels
Sep 22 Minnesota at Iowa
Sep 22 Florida hosts St Johns Country Day

Sep 23 Texas at Maryland
Sep 23 Alabama hosts JCA
Sep 23 Fremont hosts George Washington
Sep 23 Indiana hosts Covington
Sep 23 Colorado hosts Elbert
Sep 23 Riverside hosts Temecula Prep

Sep 24 Model at North Virginia Homeschool
Sep 24 Wisconsin at Illinois
Sep 24 Michigan at Missouri
Sep 24 Carolinas at Georgia

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Gallaudet volleyball

Volleyball picks up three NEAC wins over the weekend

COBLESKILL, N.Y. – The Gallaudet University women’s volleyball team began
North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) play this weekend and came away
with three wins. The Bison defeated Morrisville State College, SUNY
Cobleskill and Wilson College in straight sets at the NEAC Crossover
Weekend hosted by the Fighting Tigers.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wvball/2016-17/releases/recap_crossover1

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Gallaudet men’s soccer

Men’s soccer tangles with NEAC’s top team

ABINGTON, Pa. – It was a tough task for the Gallaudet University men’s
soccer team here Sunday as it faced Penn St.-Abington, the top team in the
North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) standings, on its home turf.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/msoc/2016-17/releases/recap_psa

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Gallaudet women’s soccer

GU held scoreless by Penn St.-Abington

ABINGTON, Pa. – The Gallaudet University women’s soccer team wrapped up
its North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) road weekend here Sunday with
a 7-0 loss to Penn St.-Abington.

http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wsoc/2016-17/releases/recap_psa

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Alabama football

Alabama Silent Warriors

Saturday, September 17

Model Secondary School for the Deaf 27  Alabama 8

Season record: 1-3

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Alabama volleyball

Alabama Lady Warriors

Saturday, September 17

Model 3  Alabama 0  (25-21, 25-13, 25-11)

Season record: 3 – 13

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American soccer

American school for the Deaf traveled to Lexington on the 15th.
ASD didn’t play well on the 1st half due to miscommunicated
and some bad calls,  Lexington 5-1.  During halftime, I
explained to the team to play better and need to keep our
chin up. ASD did not allow any goal during 2nd half,
ASD 1-0.  As game results that ASD lost on our first away game,
2-5.  We are rebuilding with many young new faces.
American record 1-1.

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Arkansas sports

Arkansas beat Iowa deaf school

Arkansas 80 to Iowa 26

Arkansas varsity volleyball beat Iowa deaf school 3-1

Score 25 to 15 / 19 – 25. / 25 – 15 / 25 -  23.

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Model volleyball

The Model Eagles won on Saturday with a 3-0 sweep over Alabama School for the Deaf.
 
MSSD 3
Alabama 0
(25-21, 25-13, 25-11)
 
 
Kari Bingham: 4 kills, 4 aces, 2 block solos, 29 digs
Kelley Johnson: 4 kills, 19 assists, 2 aces, 1 block solo, 2 digs
Sara Kulisan: 3 kills, 1 ace, 5 digs
Emily Nover: 11 kills, 2 aces, 10 digs
Courtney Skjeveland: 5 kills, 2 aces, 7 digs, 1 block solo
Marisa Montoya: 1 kill, 4 aces, 13 digs
Jalena Cochran: 4 digs
Brianna Mehan: 1 kill, 2 digs
Kassidy Gilmore: 5 digs

6-0 record

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Model football

   Passing

# Athlete Name Comp Att Yds C % Avg TD Int Lng QB Rate
  Team Totals 4 13 95 .308 23.8 2 2   58.2
10 D. Drolsbaugh (Sr) 4 13 95 .308 23.8 2 2   58.2
 

    Rushing

# Athlete Name Car Yds Avg Lng TD
  Team Totals 17 127 7.5   1
1 Darren Brown (Sr) 12 80 6.7   1
10 D. Drolsbaugh (Sr) 2 24 12.0    
22 Truth Dorsette (Jr) 1 20 20.0    
3 Arnold Hatton (So) 2 3 1.5    
 

    Receiving

# Athlete Name Rec Yds Avg Lng TD
  Team Totals 4 95 23.8    
11 T. Hardin (Sr) 1 20 20.0    
4 Jorge Ortega (Sr) 3 75 25.0    
 

    Off. Fum and Pnk Blks

# Athlete Name Fum Lost Pnk Blk
  Team Totals   1  
1 Darren Brown (Sr)   1  
 

    All Purpose Yards

# Athlete Name Rush Rec KR PR IR Total
  Team Totals 127 95 84     306
1 Darren Brown (Sr) 80         80
10 D. Drolsbaugh (Sr) 24         24
11 T. Hardin (Sr)   20       20
22 Truth Dorsette (Jr) 20         20
24 Celso Martinez (So)     24     24
3 Arnold Hatton (So) 3         3
4 Jorge Ortega (Sr)   75       75
6 Zeke Martinez (Jr)     60     60
 

    Total Yards

# Athlete Name Pass Rush Rec Total
  Team Totals 95 127 95 222
1 Darren Brown (Sr)   80   80
10 D. Drolsbaugh (Sr) 95 24   119
11 T. Hardin (Sr)     20 20
22 Truth Dorsette (Jr)   20   20
3 Arnold Hatton (So)   3   3
4 Jorge Ortega (Sr)     75 75
 

    Tackles

# Athlete Name Solo Asst Tot Tckls TFL
  Team Totals 54 20 74  
1 Darren Brown (Sr) 1 1 2  
2 Wilford Troup (Sr) 8 2 10  
22 Truth Dorsette (Jr) 4 2 6  
24 Celso Martinez (So) 1 1 2  
3 Arnold Hatton (So) 5 4 9  
32 Hugo Guzman (So) 1   1  
4 Jorge Ortega (Sr) 2 2 4  
44 S. Cathcart (Sr) 4 1 5  
5 Malu Monigan (Sr) 4 1 5  
50 Noah Spinosi (Jr) 8 2 10  
51 Alexander Holt (Jr) 1   1  
52 Austen Ercolino (Sr) 9 2 11  
55 Maguire Hause (So) 1   1  
6 Zeke Martinez (Jr) 2 1 3  
62 Damien Hughes (Sr) 1 1 2  
77 Mauricio Franco (So) 2   2  
 

    Sacks

# Athlete Name Sacks Ydl Hurs
  Team Totals 4.0 -20  
3 Arnold Hatton (So) 1.0 -5  
44 S. Cathcart (Sr) 2.0 -10  
50 Noah Spinosi (Jr) 1.0 -5  
 

    Fumbles and Blocks

# Athlete Name Fmb Rec FR Yds Caus Blk Pnts Blk FGs
  Team Totals     3    
22 Truth Dorsette (Jr)     1    
50 Noah Spinosi (Jr)     2    
 

    Kickoff Returns

# Athlete Name Rets Yds Avg Lng
  Team Totals 2 84 42.0  
24 Celso Martinez (So) 1 24 24.0  
6 Zeke Martinez (Jr) 1 60 60.0  
 

    Punt Returns

# Athlete Name Rets Yds Avg Lng FC KR Yds
  Team Totals           84
24 Celso Martinez (So)           24
6 Zeke Martinez (Jr)           60
 

    Points

# Athlete Name TD TD Pts Conv S Kick Pts Tot Pts
  Team Totals 2 12     1 13
1 Darren Brown (Sr) 1 6       6
32 Hugo Guzman (So)         1 1
6 Zeke Martinez (Jr) 1 6       6
 

    PATs and Field Goals

# Athlete Name PAT Att % FG Att % Lng Tot
  Team Totals 1 2 .5         1
32 Hugo Guzman (So) 1 2 .5         1
 

    Touchdowns

# Athlete Name TDRush TDRec TD FR TD IR TD PR TD KOR TD Tot
  Team Totals 1         1 2
1 Darren Brown (Sr) 1           1
6 Zeke Martinez (Jr)           1 1

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Oregon soccer

part of newspaper story

CLASS 3A/2A/1A — SPECIAL DISTRICT 6

Oregon School for the Deaf 0-2 league, 0-2 overall

editor’s comment:
not sure if “Special District” means co-ed?

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college deaf athletes

Millersville – Taylor Parker, SR, field hockey

her profile is at:
http://www.millersvilleathletics.com/roster.aspx?rp_id=5596&path=fhockey

so far this season she has started all five of her
team’s games, and is #1 on the team in total minutes
of playing time. She attempted 5 shots, scoring none
but assisted on one goal
 

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DeafDigest Sports – September 18, 2016

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

— Saturday football scores

— report: Model vs Alabama football

— Gallaudet updates

— volleyball update

— profile on past Gallaudet football & baseball player

Deaf Sports Collections update
— professional deaf basketball team
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/deaf-sports-collections/

2016 fall season won/lost records, updated 9/18/16
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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list of 2016 fall football scores (as of 9/18/16)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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FLASH

looking for two more Clerc girls’ basketball teams

Texas SD is still looking for two more girls’ basketball teams to make the
8-team bracket tournament in Austin, Texas on Jan 12-14, 2017.   If you are
interested in sending the girls BB team to the Clerc tourney, please send
an email to me at chris.hamilton@tsd.state.tx.us ASAP.

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football scores

Kansas 74 Missouri 16
Louisiana 52 Oklahoma 6
Michigan 58 Wisconsin 30

Somerset 27 Florida 0
Valley Lutheran JV 22 Phoenix 0
Crescent 50 Washington 18

Friday’s scores
Indiana 45 Anderson Prep 8
Fremont 62 Riverbank 14
Maryland 36 Sidwell Friends 0
Texas 36 Garland Christian 12

Sep 16 Riverside hosts Excelsior
(not played; this game was on Riverside’s original
schedule, but taken off on Riverside’s revised
schedule; don’t know why)

Northwood 44 Minnesota 24

Saturday scores
Arkansas 80 Iowa 26
Model 27 Alabama 8
Tennessee 56 Carolinas 8

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Alabama vs Model

DeafDigest Sports editor watched the game.

It looked to be a wild-scoring exciting game in the
opening minutes. Alabama scored on a long touchdown
run from scrimmage. Model took the kickoff and
scored on a long return.

A wild-scoring game it was not to be. Both teams
fiercely fought in the trenches. Alabama was in
a bad field position all night with the ball
constantly in their end zone. DeafDigest Sports
watched the game all night on the sidelines,
at a distance because the ball was always on
the other side.

Model was able to substitute freely, with 37
players on their roster. Alabama was shorthanded,
and almost all of their players went both ways,
constantly tiring in the second half. It didn’t
help that two or three starters were injured
in that hard fought battle.

Making things exciting was a fumble; both teams
fought hard for the loose ball; tempers flared
and there was a lot of pushing and jostling.
Tempers cooled while the referees had a 5-minute
conference to sort out all these penalties and
flags flying around!

Model quarterback could pass the ball; Alabama
played a total running game, with no passing,
placing them at a disadvantage during these
third and long downs.

Hats off to Alabama for fighting tooth and nail
with Model, never giving up!

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Gallaudet football

GU fumbles chance against Greensboro with a self-inflicted loss

GREENSBORO, N.C. – At the end of the game, Gallaudet University dominated
many facets of its non-conference game Saturday at Jaimeson Stadium
against Greensboro College before a crowd of 875. The Bison offense put up
over 400 yards of offense, ran over 80 offensive plays and recorded three
sacks and one interception but it wasn’t enough in a 21-6 loss.

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

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Gallaudet men’s soccer

Bison blanked by Bryn Athyn on the road

BRYN ATHYN, Pa. – The Gallaudet University men’s soccer team dropped its
first North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) road test here Saturday as
the Bison lost, 1-0, to Bryn Athyn College.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/msoc/2016-17/releases/recap_bac

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Gallaudet women’s soccer

Gallaudet shutout by Bryn Athyn in conference road game

BRYN ATHYN, Pa. – The Gallaudet University women’s soccer team fell 3-0
here Saturday to Bryn Athyn College in a North Eastern Athletic Conference
(NEAC) game.

http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wsoc/2016-17/releases/recap_bac

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Gallaudet volleyball- tweets

Women’s Volleyball: SUNY Poly 3, #Gallaudet 1 (Final)

Women’s Volleyball: #Gallaudet 3, Morrisville St. 0 (Final)

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Gallaudet football

part of newspaper story re past Gallaudet football and baseball player

(Tennessee newspaper)

Former Hillsboro quarterback Chris Rodgers was back at the school recently
for the annual Buddy’s Burros Reunion Dinner in honor of former coach
Buddy Brown.

Rodgers is believed to be the only deaf starting quarterback to ever play
in Metro.

He went on to play football and baseball at Gallaudet University and
remained in Washington D.C., where he went to work for the U.S. Department
of Labor.

In 2002 Rodgers moved back to Nashville, became a construction contractor
and then started his own company, C. Rodgers Construction, in
Hendersonville.

“So much of what coach Brown taught me on the football field helped to
make me successful in my private life,” Rodgers said. “He taught me
some hard life lessons.”

DeafDigest Sports editor comments

DeafDigest Sports editor remembers Chris. He was a highly
touted recruited quarterback that joined the football team,
but did not live up to the hype. He, however, stayed with the
football team, playing different positions, and was a
pretty good punter.

He had one great and fantastic season as a baseball
player. All in all, he was a career .270-ish hitter

Glad to see him become a post-Gallaudet football success
story as a businessman.

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Maryland volleyball

2016 Oriole Classic
Maryland School for the Deaf
Saturday, September 17

*VARSITY* POOL RESULTS
Maryland beat King Abdullah Academy, 2-0
Scores: 25-12, 25-21

Maryland beat Shalom Christian Academy, 2-0
Scores: 25-14, 25-22

Maryland tied Covenant Life, 1-1
Scores: 21-25, 25-21

Maryland beat James River School, 2-0
Scores: 25-11, 25-20

QUARTERFINALS
Maryland beat New Life, 2-0
Scores:  25-4, 25-5

SEMIFINALS
Maryland beat Fairfax Hawks, 2-1
Scores:  25-22, 17-25, 15-11

FINALS
Maryland beat Heritage Academy, 2-1
Scores:  23-25, 25-23, 15-12
Record:  14 – 3 – 2

STATS
Emellia Beldon
5 kills, 12 digs

Brooke Bonheyo
1 kill, 13 assists, 1 ace, 6 digs

Rajena Guettler
4 kills, 3 digs, 1 block

Karita Lewis
18 kills, 2 aces, 5 digs

Kaela Luttrell
2 aces, 6 digs

Cassidy Perry
11 kills, 1 dig, 1 block

Kaitlyn Weeks
16 assists, 2 digs

Eve Wood-Jacobowitz
1 ace, 6 digs

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM
Brooke Bonheyo
Karita Lewis, Most Valuable Player
Cassidy Perry

*JUNIOR VARSITY*  POOL RESULTS
Maryland beat King Abdlluh Academy, 1-0
Score:  25-13

Maryland beat John Carroll, 1-0
Score:  25-13

Maryland beat Frederick Force, 1-0
Score: 25-20

Maryland lost to Frederick Hwks, 0-2
Scores: 19-25, 21-25

3rd PLACE
Maryland beat Shalom Christian Academy, 1-0
Score: 30-28

ALL TOURNAMENT TEAM
Meghan Luebenhusen

Record:  10 – 3

 

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DeafDigest Sports – September 17, 2016

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

— Friday football scores & today’s football games

— a bunch of volleyball scores

 

Deaf Sports Collections update
— British premier soccer league, deaf player
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/deaf-sports-collections/

2016 fall season won/lost records, updated 9/17/16
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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list of 2016 fall football scores (as of 9/17/16)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

…………………………………………..

FLASH

looking for two more Clerc girls’ basketball teams

Texas SD is still looking for two more girls’ basketball teams to make the
8-team bracket tournament in Austin, Texas on Jan 12-14, 2017.   If you are
interested in sending the girls BB team to the Clerc tourney, please send
an email to me at chris.hamilton@tsd.state.tx.us ASAP.

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football scores

Kansas 74 Missouri 16
Louisiana 52 Oklahoma 6
Michigan 58 Wisconsin 30

Somerset 27 Florida 0
Valley Lutheran JV 22 Phoenix 0
Crescent 50 Washington 18

Friday’s scores
Indiana 45 Anderson Prep 8
Fremont 62 Riverbank 14
Maryland 36 Sidwell Friends 0
Texas 36 Garland Christian 12

Sep 16 Riverside hosts Excelsior
(not played; this game was on Riverside’s original
schedule, but taken off on Riverside’s revised
schedule; don’t know why)

Northwood 44 Minnesota 24

Saturday’s games
Sep 17 Tennessee at Carolinas (at Wilson)
Sep 17 Alabama at Model
Sep 17 Iowa at Arkansas

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American volleyball

(by error, this report was posted yesterday under Western
Pennsylvania volleyball)

Hi! We played at Lexington School for the Deaf. The girls
improved and played well.

We won, 3-1! The score is 15-25, 27-25, 25-14, and 26-24.
Yes, it was pretty close and hot game! :) )

We will play at The Learning Center for the Deaf (MPS) next Tuesday.

Our record is 1-1

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Indiana football

part of newspaper story

Indiana Deaf School 45, Anderson Prep 8 ANDERSON — The Deaf Hoosiers
brought their perfect record (5-0) to meet the Jets (1-4) and proved why
they were perfect

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Kansas football

Missouri Deaf

2

6

0

8

16

Kansas Deaf

24

36

8

6

74

*Statistics*

*Rushing*
*Raul Melgar **2 carries for **6 yards *

*Zander Symansky **5 carries for **9 yards 1td*

*Passing*
*Raul Melgar **20 Completions **38 Attempted for **369 yards **7tds **6Pat
1int*

*Receiving*
*Aryzona Marsh **4 receptions for 5**9 yards 1td **4PAT*

*Marcus Aiken **9 receptions for **141 yards** 3tds*

*Jayman Washington 3 receptions for 86 yards 3tds 1PAT*

*Zander Symansky **3 receptions for **61 yards** 1PAT*

*DEFENSE*
*Aryzona Marsh 5 solos 1 assists*

*Stacey Welch 3 solos **1 assists  *

*Raul Melgar 4 solos **1 assists*

*Camerson Luttrell **2 solos **3 assists*

*Jayman Washintgon – 3ints (one touchdown)*

*Special Team*

*Zander Symansky – Punt Retuned for 55 yards for touchdown*

*New Record*

*Passing*

*Raul Melgar **20 Completion *

*(Old Record of **13 by Melgar 201**6)*

*Raul Melgar **38 **Attempted*

*(Old Record of **24 by Melgar 201**5)*

*Raul Melgar **369 yards*

*(Old Record of **220 by **Charles Trumble 1999 and 2000)*

*Reception*

*Marcus Aiken **9 Reception*

*(Old Record of **8 by **Marcus Aiken 2016)*

*Scoring*

*PAT Pass*

*Aryzona Marsh 4 PAT Pass*

*(Old Record of **2 by **Tony Green 2000 and Aryzona Marsh 2015)*

*Punting Return – Longest Yard*

*Zander Symansky 55 yards for touchdown*

*(**Old Record of **52 by **Andy Deuschle 1986)*

*Record for 8 Man – **3 – 0*

*Record for 6 Man – 1 – 0*

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Lexington girls’ volleyball

Lexington Bluejays began the season with 4 returning players and 7
new players. Veteran players- Heidy De La Rosa and Chanell Slade will
lead this young group throughout the season.

We had our 1st game on Wed, Sept 14 against The New World School

TNW OVER LEX (3-0), 25-2, 25-14, 25-13

Heidy led the team with 3 attacks, 2 kills and 9 points.

Lex 0-1

PSAA League 0-1

Sept 15, 2017

ASD over LEX (3-1) 15-25, 27-25, 25-14, 26-24

Heidy De La Rosa and Chanell Slade had 7 aces apiece. Heidy collected
15 points, 15 assists, and 5 attacks. Chanell had 9 points, 5 assists
and 3 attacks. Rookie- May Tun had 13 points and 18 assists.

Lex 0-2

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Maryland football

MSD (3-0) – 36
Sidwell Friends (2-1) – 0

SF        0     0      0     0       0
MSD    14    8     14     0      36

Scoring Summary
M – Perry 75yd interception return (Burford run)
M – Perry 7yd run (Run failed)
M – Perry 51yd pass from A.Wilson (Latin run)
M – Long 72yd kickoff return (A.Wilson run)
M – A.Wilson 9yd run (Pass failed)

Individual Stats
Rushing:
Rodney Burford 7-70
Brady Perry 8-38; 1 TD

Passing:
Austin Wilson: 2-3-0 64 yards; 1 TD

Receiving:
Brady Perry 2-64; 1 TD

Linebacker John Werner, Jr. led the team with 13 tackles. Stefan Anderson
had 2 sacks. Team had 6 sacks total. Tonight, Brady Perry led the team with
177 all purpose yards.

Total Yards:
MSD: 249 yards (185 rushing/64 passing)
SF: 59 yards (57 rushing/2 passing)

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Minnesota football

MSAD allows 30 second half points in loss to Northwood

Depth was something the Trojans were going to have to overcome this
season. It got the better of them Friday night.

The Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf football team lost 44-24 to
Northwood Friday to drop to 0-2 on the season.

The Trojans dressed just 10 players in the game and it showed as players
wore down late.

full story at:
http://www.southernminn.com/faribault_daily_news/sports/article_0f9cb60b-d384-5634-a421-028e1a3f67bc.html

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Rochester soccer

Every season has a pivotal moment where a team can do either of two
things:
Fold and give up; or persevere and take on adversity head on. Yesterday,
was our pivotal moment of the season. After a 2 hour drive down to Eldrige
Park, Wildcats were taking on The Green Intensity.

Always a daunting task to get off a 2 hour drive and play intense soccer,
but it’s part of the game and season. We did not start strong, but luckily
for RSD, soccer is an 80 minute event. Unfortunately, Intensity
capitalized
quickly in the first half to take a commanding 4-0 lead. At this point,
the
coaching staff knew we had to make adjustments, and the team needed to
rise
to the occasion. This game was not about winning or losing, but learning
to
deal with adversity.

RSD has a strong tradition of not folding under pressure, but rising to
the
occasion. With the second half beginning, a new surge of energy came about
our Wildcats. The intensity level went up, the fire was ignited. We had
many more shots on goal, and even though we did not find the back of the
net, we were on the cusp of something big. In the 72nd minute of the game,
powerhouse, soccer phenom, Mahmoud maneuvered his way past 3 defenders and
hit a laser past the goalie to score RSD’s first goal of the game.

Tre Vaughn was playing exceptional in the net. We were fighting hard, and
climbing back, but time eventually ran out before we could catch up. Even
though RSD came out on the losing end, we did not give up, and learned a
life lesson, “NEVER GIVE UP!”

We have a tough battle this Monday at home, and we’ll need EVERY FAN to
come on out and electrify the team against Union Springs @ 4:15!

RSD 1
Intensity 5

RSD record: 1-1

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St Mary’s soccer

With only 6 days to prepare, the Bisons opened up their 2016 soccer
campaign on the road against Academy of Aurora.  The Panthers were the
NFCAA league runner up from last season and we knew we would be facing a
difficult challenge.  Our opponent started off the scoring at the 15:00
mark of the first half as a result of a miscommunication in our defensive
backfield.  Going into the contest, we knew that there were going to be
some breakdowns with it being our first game of the season.  A few minutes
later, Academy of Aurora was able to slip another shot past our
keeper(Chris Martin) who was asked to fill in as our second string goalie
because our starter was out with an injury.  The Bisons fought on and
Givon Blackwell was able to score off a cross from Nick Barrus . That goal
closed the gap 2-1 with 3 minutes left before halftime.  In the second
half, both teams took their turns controlling the tempo of the game and
each team had opportunities/shots.  The unfortunate thing was
that do to mental mistakes, all of the Panthers shots went in and none
of ours did. Final score ended with the Bisons losing 4-1.  Although
disappointed in the outcome, our boys played much better than a 3 goal
differential and we plan to clean things up for next week when we travel
to take on defending NFCAA league champion Central Baptist.  Please wish
us luck this season.

Individual Stats:
Chris Martin- 14 saves
Givon Blackwell- 1 goal
Nick Barrus- 1 assist

0-1 record

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Texas volleyball & JV football

JV VB @ San Marcos Academy:  won 2-0 (25-11, 25-8).  Now 13-3.

V VB @ San Marcos Academy: won 3-0 (25-6, 25-23, 25-7). Now 10-14.

JV Football: lost to Regents 35-0.

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Texas football & volleyball

JV VB @ San Juan Diego: won 2-0 (25-9, 25-5). Now 14-3.

V VB @ San Juan Diego: won 3-0 (25-11, 25-7, 25-19). Now 11-14.

V FB @ Garland Christian Academy: won 36-12. Now 2-2.

 

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