2019/10/21

DeafDigest Sports – October 20-21, 2019

barry@deafdigest.com
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— random deafsports thoughts

— Saturday football scores

— football games this weektoday

— Gallaudet updates

— soccer tournament round ups

— volleyball and football updates

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2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 10/21/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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2019 football scores
as of 10/21/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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football games this week

Oct 22 Kansas at Iowa

Oct 24 Washington hosts Wishkah
Oct 24 Colorado at Edison

Oct 25 Riverside at Bloomington Christian
Oct 25 Texas hosts San Marcos Academy
Oct 25 Model hosts Chincoteague HS

Oct 26 Fremont at St Vincent de Paul
Oct 26 Kansas at Arkansas
Oct 26 Minnesota at Oklahoma
Oct 26 Wisconsin at Missouri
Oct 26 Maryland at Mississippi
Oct 26 Alabama at Florida

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last week’s football scores

Minnesota 25 Wisconsin 19
Fremont 50 Harker 14
Columbia PAC 39 South Carolina 6
Tennessee Heat 74 Tennessee 72
Msryland 36 James Buchanan 6
Deer Trail 63 Colorado 19
Bagdad 60 Phoenix 8
Geneva 37 Texas 8

Saturday’s scores
Pawneee 42 Illinois 6

Alabama 56 Mississippi 42
Florida 42 Louisiana 6
Missouri 64 Iowa 0
Model 46 Indiana 6
New Mexico 72 Washington 52

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Gallaudet updates

Football

Bison stampede past Pioneers, remain undefeated in ECFC play

WASHINGTON – Gallaudet University’s triple-option offense was hitting on
all cylinders here Saturday against Alfred State College in an Eastern
Collegiate Football Conference (ECFC) game before a crowd of 419 at
Hotchkiss Field. The Bison offense rolled up 623 yards of total offense
and ran past the Pioneers in a 62-41 shootout to remain undefeated in
conference play.

The Bison running attack tallied 590 rushing yards on 63 carries for an
eye-popping 9.4 yards per rush average. GU scored all nine of its
touchdowns on the ground and had eight runs that went for 30 or more
yards. The Bison controlled the game from start to finish and held the
ball for nearly 37 minutes

Gallaudet’s offensive line flexed its muscle, opened up running lanes and
racked up many “pancakes” with their blocking upfront throughout the game.
The Bison starting offensive line includes sophomore tackle Jamal Garner
(Jacksonville, Ill.), senior guard Matthew Cracraft (Ferris, Texas),
junior center Cress Fisher (Boyertown, Pa.), freshman guard Jay Waters
(Augusta, Ga.) and senior tackle Reid Kelly (De Soto, Kan.). Junior guard
Daniel Tanielu (Federal Way, Wash.) also contributed on the line play for
the Bison.

women’s soccer

GU doubled up by SUNY Poly, 6-3

The Gallaudet University women’s soccer team scored first but four
unanswered goals gave SUNY Poly the lead for good here Saturday in a North
Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) game. The visiting Wildcats doubled up
the Bison, 6-3, at Hoy Field.

men’s soccer

Bison push NEAC’s top team to the brink before last-second goal deflates
GU’s upset bid

WASHINGTON – Four seconds stood in the way of Gallaudet University’s bid
to take SUNY Poly, the top team in the North Eastern Athletic Conference
(NEAC) men’s soccer standings, into overtime here Saturday on Hoy Field.

Gallaudet (1-12-1, 1-7 NEAC) wasn’t able to run out the clock out in the
second half against SUNY Poly (12-3, 8-0 NEAC), who scored a gut-wrenching
goal in the waning seconds to win 3-2.

volleyball

Bison take two NEAC matches at Keuka as win streak grows

KEUKA PARK, N.Y. – Gallaudet University’s win streak continues as the
Bison added two more victories here Saturday over North Eastern Athletic
Conference (NEAC) foes. The Bison dispatched Wells College, 3-1, before
holding off Keuka College, 3-2.

Gallaudet (10-20, 6-2 NEAC), who has won five straight matches, moves into
a tie for second place in the NEAC standings heading into the final two
weeks of league play.

women’s swimming
GU women’s swimming swept at Marymount double-dual meet

GU lost 191-55 to Marymount and 206-49 to Goucher.

men’s cross country

GU men finish 13th at Hood College Open

FREDERICK, Md. – The Gallaudet University men’s cross country team placed
13th out of 15 teams here Saturday at the Hood College Open hosted at
Utica Park. The Bison tallied 377 team points.

Gallaudet sophomore Jared Spinale (Camby, Ind.) was the first Bison to
finish

women’s oross country

Gallaudet women take 10th place at Hood College Open

FREDERICK, Md. – The Gallaudet University women’s cross country team
placed 10th out of 13 teams here Saturday at the Hood College Open hosted
at Utica Park. The Bison tallied 305 team points.

Gallaudet freshman Courtney Hocog (Fontana, Calif.) was the first Bison to
finish, 55th overall, with a time of 26:56.0.

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ESDAA-I soccer

Esdaa division 1 soccer tournament

Seeding
1-Lexington
2-Ohio
3-American
4-WPSD
5-Marie Philip
6-New York-Fanwood

Friday
Pool A
WPSD. 2-0. 5 points
Lexington. 1-1. 3 points
Marie Philip 0-2. 1 point

Pool B
Ohio. 2-0. 6 points
American 1-1. 3 points
NY-Fanwood. 0-2.  0 point

Saturday
Ohio beat Lexington, 4-2
WPSD beat American, 2-1

5th place
Marie Philip beat NY-Fanwood 4-0.

3rd place game
Lexington beat American, 2-1

Championship game

A goal was scored with 42 seconds remaining gave the Spartans the ESDAA
title, breaking the WPSD’s 3 consecutive titles.  Final score 1-0

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ESDAA Boys soccer div 2 tournament results:

1st: RSD
2nd: MKSD
3rd: SMSD
4th: PSD
5th: RISD
6th: NYSSD
7th: DSD/MNM
8th: WVSD

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Alabama Volleyball

Wadley 3  Alabama 0
Ragland 3  Alabama 0
TCC 3  Alabama 1

Mason Dixon Tournament
Pool Play
Alabama 2  South Carolina 0
Alabama 2  Louisiana 0
Alabama 2  Mississippi 0
Tournament
Alabama 2  South Carolina 0
Alabama 2  Tennessee 0
Florida 2  Alabama 1
Mississippi 2  Alabama 1  (3rd place)

Wadley 3  Alabama 0
Vincent 3  Alabama 2

Next game:  Class 1 A Area Tournament (Monday, October 21)

Season record:14 – 21

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Alabama football

part of newspaper story (hit a paywall)

The Alabama School for the Deaf gained all 428 of its offensive yards on
the ground and scored eight rushing touchdowns against the Mississippi
School for the Deaf in eight-man high school football 56-42 at Kiwanis
Field on Saturday.

Silent Warriors junior running back Michael Paige scored three times (52,
9 and 91 yards) in the first half and led the team with 257 yards rushing
on 11 carries with a pair of fumbles on his two second-half carries.

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Delaware sports

Boys Soccer:

We had a great first ESDAA experience at New York State School for the
Deaf in Rome, NY. We had the opportunity to merge with Mill Neck with our
small numbers. Next
year, we hope to have a full squad!

Friday:

Game 1 final score against St. Mary’s : Final Score 0-3

(DDS had 15 saves from this game!)

Saturday:

Game 2 against Rhode Island. Final score: 0-3.

Game 3 against West Virginia school for the Deaf. Final score: 6-1.

( Goals- CG: 2, MR: 1, ND: 1, DM: 1, last goal was scored by Mill Neck
athlete)

Placed in 7th.

Girls’ Volleyball went to New York School for the Deaf- Fanwood for their
homecoming game. THEY WON!

Final results:
14 DSD-25 NYSD
25 DSD-20 NYSD
25 DSD-7 NYSD
25 DSD-20 NYSD

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Florida football

Hello Dragon Fans.  We notched victory number 6 tonight over the visiting
War Eagles from Louisiana.  It was a physical battle and the game
was not decided until we managed to pull away in the 4th
quarter.  The final score was 42-6.

Offensively, we were paced by our two running backs who eclipsed the
100-yard mark Walter Douglas (134 yards) and Luis Merced (107).  They both
had 2
touchdowns apeice.  Our young hotshot Ajani Zahira chipped in 31 yards and
a touchdown.

The true heros of the night were the offensive linemen who paved the way
for the backs.  Let me send a shoutout to Andre Pellicer, Justin Cabrera,
Floyd
Veal, Kyle Prinzler, and Marcus Guillou for manning the O-Line tonight.

Defensively, we allowed one big play tonight for their score.  We were a
bend-don’t-break defense tonight as LSD was able to move the ball against
us,
but stalled as they neared the end zone.

We were led by Mathew Guillou with 9 tackles and 2 interceptions.  Luis
Merced also had 9 tackles while Walter Douglas with 8 and Justin Cabrera
with 6
tackles contributed solid play.

We next face Alabama for a huge game.  They are our rivals and this time
the stakes are higher as this game determines the Mason Dixon
Championship.
The winner of this game will also have a strong case to make for the 8-man
Deaf National Championship award.  We will host ASD on our home field
10/26
at 2pm EST.

Season record: 6-0
Remaining games:
10/26 Home vs ASD (HC) 2pm
10/31 Home vs TBA 1st round playoffs
11/7 TBA 2nd round playoffs
11/16 SSAC 8-man Championship Game at Lakeland, FL TBA

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Scoring Summary and Stats

1q- FSDB, Kyle Prinzler from Matthew Guillou 27 rec (2-pt fail) 6-0
2q- FSDB, Luis Merced 5 run (2-pt fail) 12-0
2q- FSDB, Walter Douglas 35 run (2-pt fail) 18-0
2q- LSD 75 run (2-pt fail) 18-6
4q- FSDB, Douglas 13 run (2-pt Merced run) 26-6
4q- FSDB, Merced 27 run (2-pt Douglas run) 34-6
4q- FSDB, Ajani Zahira 10 run (2-pt Zahira run) 42-6

RUSHING
Douglas 10-134 2td 1pat, Merced 15-107 2td 1pat, Matthew Guilliou 9-23,
Ajani Zahira 4-31 1td 1pat

PASSING
Matthew Guillou 1/3 27yds 1td 1int

RECEIVING
Kyle Prinzler 1-27 1td

DEFENSE
Matt G 9t 2int, Merced 9t 3tfl 1pd, Douglas 8t 2tfl, Cabrera 6t 1fr,
Marcus G 4t 1s 1h, Prinzler 3t 1s 1tfl 1h, Solis 2t, Zahira 2t, Hunt 1t
1h, Joseph
1pd, Polk 1t, Daigle 1t, Veal 1h

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Iowa football

Iowa Deaf Football

We lost to the Missouri School for the Deaf today 64-0. We had 5 turnovers
and were held to -4 yards total offense. We drop to 2-3, and will play the
Kansas School
for the Deaf on Tuesday in our season finale.

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Maryland volleyball

MIAC Playoffs
Frederick, MD

Semifinals
Maryland beat Greater Grace Christian Academy, 3-0
Scores: 25-14, 25-17, 25-14

Championship
Maryland lost to Covenant Life, 0-3
Scores: 31-33, 21-25, 13-25
Record: 18-11-1

Stats
Citrine Lummer
9 kills, 2 assists, 2 blocks, 13 digs, 2 aces

Milana Bielucke
11 digs, 1 kill, 1 ace

Sascha Tansky
12 assists, 3 digs

Olivia Clinger
1 dig, 1 block

Crystal Salit
10 assists, 1 block

Sierra Herzig-Wilcox
1 block, 3 digs

Ariella Zfati
4 digs, 1 ace

Hanna Johnston-Shaw
3 digs

Hannah Weiss
15 kills, 17 digs, 4 aces

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Missouri volleyball

Missouri School for the Deaf volleyball team travelled to Iowa School for
the Deaf. The girls played a hot game and won two games!  The result and
scores for all
games this weekend.

Game Metro vs MSD
26-24, 16-25,  27-25

Rhiannon Gonzales leads with ten serves. Julia Stafford, SO. made 7 points
and  Kayla Nichols, JR. helped the team with six serve.  Cristin Kohl, JR.
with five
serves. Tracy Austin, FR. helped with three points.

Game Iowa VS MSD

Kayla Nichols, JR and Crstin Kohl, JR. both made nine points. Rhiannon
Gonzales and Nina Beamish both also made four points. Julia Stafford, SO.
made four points.
Tracy Austin, FR, our Sub helped with two points.

The coaches are so proud of the girls!

We will play against Chamois on 10/22 at 6pm at the Harrison Gym.

PINK OUT game! Wear Pink!!

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Missouri football

It was a very nice day in Iowa for a change.  We took the field and play
hard for full four quarters.  The game was MSD 64 TO ISD 0.  Damar
Washington had a big day
with 5 tds and 1 int  and 1 fumble recovery.  Great job by him.  Mikal M
had a pretty good day too, he finished with 2 scores of his own and 8
defense of tackles.
Other boys play hard and it showed without come of the game.. We play our
last game next week against Wisconsin.

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Ohio soccer

Here is our two days result from ESDAA Tournament. I want to send my
thanks to NYSD for a wonderful host.

Oct 18, 2019   11:30 am

ESDAA Tournament – Pool B

Final Result: Ohio 1, American 0
(1st Half: OSD 0, ASD 0)

(OSD season record is now 10-2-1)

(OSD is 1-0 in Pool B for ESDAA)

Goals (OSD) :  Amin Ali – 1
Assists (OSD) : none
Shots (OSD) : Lalli Jansen – 5, Devor Bauman – 5, Amin Ali – 3, Guled Ali
– 2
Saves (OSD) : Jason Alford – 3

Goals (ASD) : none
Assist (ASD) : none
Shots (ASD) : Johan Garafalo Andrade – 2, Andrew Parent – 1
Saves (ASD) : Dennis Atkinson – 8

October 18, 2019 3:30pm

ESDAA Tournament – Pool B

Final Result: Ohio 5, New York 0
(1st Half: OSD 4, NYSD 0)

(OSD season record is now 11-2-1)

(OSD is 2-0 in Pool B for ESDAA)

(OSD advances to Semis, will face Lexington)

Goals (OSD) :  Lalli Jansen – 2, Devor Bauman – 1 (PK), Amin Ali – 1,
Alton Perfetto – 1
Assists (OSD) : Devor Bauman – 1, Donovan Schneck – 1
Shots (OSD) : Devor Bauman – 5, Lalli Jansen – 4, Alton Perfetto – 3,
Guled Ali – 1, Amin Ali – 1, Karan Rai – 1, Donovan Schneck – 1, Mark
Goucher – 1
Saves (OSD) : Jason Alford – 1

Goals (NYSD) : none
Assist (NYSD) : none
Shots (NYSD) : Christian Gonzalez – 2
Saves (NYSD) : Jaykuss Figueroa – 4

Oct 19, 2019   9:30 am

ESDAA Tournament – Semi-Final

Final Result: Ohio 4, Lexington 2
(1st Half: Ohio 3, Lexington 1)

(OSD season record is now 12-2-1)

(OSD will play in the championship game)

Goals (OSD) :  Amin Ali – 2 (1 PK), Lalli Jansen 2
Assists (OSD) : Devor Bauman – 1
Shots (OSD) : Amin Ali – 4, Devor Bauman – 4, Lalli Jansen – 2, Guled Ali
– 1
Saves (OSD) : Jason Alford – 1

Goals (LEX) : Christian De La Cruz – 2 (1 PK)
Assist (LEX) : none
Shots (LEX) : Christian De La Cruz – 2, Unknown – 1
Saves (LEX) :  Goalie – 4

October 19, 2019 1:30pm

ESDAA Tournament – Championship Game

Final Result: Ohio 1, Western Pennsylvania 0
(1st Half: OSD 0, WPSD 0)

(OSD final season record is now 13-2-1)

(OSD wins the ESDAA Championship)

(OSD season is concluded)

(ESDAA Tournament All-Star selections for OSD: Amin Ali, Guled Ali, Lalli
Jansen, Alton Perfetto)

(ESDAA Tournament MVP: OSD’s Devor Bauman)

Goals (OSD) : Amin Ali – 1
Assists (OSD) : Lalli Jansen – 1
Shots (OSD) : Lalli Jansen – 4, Devor Bauman – 3, Guled Ali – 1, Amin Ali
– 1
Saves (OSD) : none

Goals (WPSD) : none
Assist (WPSD) : none
Shots (WPSD) : Derek Dean – 1
Saves (WPSD) : Braden Elliott – 2

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Pennsylvania soccer

PSD ESDAA Soccer Div 2 Tournament Result Games weekend, 10/18-10/19

10/18-10/19, PSD boys soccer team travelled to Rome, NY for ESDAA
tournament weekend.

10/18, we were facing NYSSD to start game. The boys were struggling with
offense but the defense pulled together to make good stops and got a win!
Darnell Godbolt
scored 2 goals and 1 assist while Hazim Haroun scored 1 goal and 2
assists. Score 3-1

10/19, we were facing Rochester School for the Deaf in the semi-final
game. It was a hot game with defense battle whole game. The game ended up
0-0, and we went
into plenty shootout. We lost 0-2 shootout. William Sepulveda made 8 key
saves and Ronnie Lewis helped with his defense prowess all over the place.

10/19, 2nd game, we were facing St. Mary’s to battle for 3rd/4th place.
Once again we battle with our strong defense but lost 0-1 in 2 minutes
left. William
Sepulveda and Ronnie Lewis made a best defense.

William Sepulveda and Ronnie Lewis are named all star for ESDAA
tournament.

Season Record: 4-6

Next game on 11/2 @ WPSD’s homecoming.

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Rochester soccer

Game 1:
WVSD vs. RSD:

RSD: 4
WVSD: 0

Goals:
Malone (1)
Aggas (1)
Busch (1)
Williams (1)

Game 2
PSD vs. RSD

PSD: 0
RSD: 0

Game decided by PK shootout. 2-0 (Goals by B. Aggas and Busch)

Game 3
NJSD vs. RSD

NJSD: 0
RSD: 2

Goals:

Malone (1)
B. Aggas (1)

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ESDAA All-Stars:

Michalek
Radez
B. Aggas (MVP)

Final Record 12-7

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randon deafsports talk

Which is more important – a full soccer game
and missing day of classes

or

a half-soccer game and attending classes

Of course, a half-soccer game and attending classes

The problem is New York law limits one full soccer
game per day. This wrecks havoc with the deaf
soccer tournaments that New York schools play –
Rochester, St Mary’s, Rome, Lexington, Fanwood
and the half Mill-Neck team.

A way to get around it is to stretch the tournaments
one extra day, but this means missing a day of
classes.

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2019/10/19

DeafDigest Sports – October 19, 2019

barry@deafdigest.com
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— random deafsports thoughts; almost correct prediction

— yesterday’s football scores

— football games today

— volleyball updates

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2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 10/19/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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2019 football scores
as of 10/13/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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football games this week

Minnesota 25 Wisconsin 19

yesterday’s football scores
Fremont 50 Harker 14

Columbia PAC 39 South Carolina 6
Tennessee Heat 74 Tennessee 72

yesterday’s games
Msryland 36 James Buchanan 6

Deer Trail 63 Colorado 19
Bagdad 60 Phoenix 8
Geneva 37 Texas 8

today’s games
Oct 19 Illinois hosts Pawnee
Oct 19 Washington at New Mexico
Oct 19 Missouri at Iowa
Oct 19 Mississippi at Alabama
Oct 19 Indiana at Model
Oct 19 Louisiana at Florida

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Fremont volleyball

Tuesday, October 16 CSD lost to Fremont Christian 0-3 Thursday, October 18: CSD beats Emery
3-0

Overall record: 11-13

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Maryland football

James Buchanan (3-6) – 6
MSD (7-1) – 36

JB             0       0       6        0     6
MSD            8      14       8        6    36

Scoring Summary

M- Truth Dorsette 2yd run (E.Sheppeck run)
M- Ortiz 25yd run (Run failed)
M- Pavao 55yd interception return (Otto pass from Joseph)
M- Dorsette 71yd run (Wilson run)
J- Ellis 63yd run (Run failed)
M- Otto 84yd pass from Joseph (Run failed)

Individual Stats
Rushing
Truth Dorsette: 19-160; 2 TDs
Jaden Joseph: 5-63

Passing:
Jaden Joseph: 6-9-162 yards; 1 TD

Receiving:
Enow Otto: 2-96; 1 TD
Ethan Sheppeck: 2-34
Dakai Bryant: 1-25

Dakai Bryant led the team with 9 tackles. Team made 3 interceptions
tonight (Dakai Bryant, Ethan Sheppeck, & Miguel Pavao). He also had an
interception. Ethan
Sheppeck had an interception. Pacey Wilson had 2 sacks.

Total Yards :
MSD: 430 yards (264 rushing/166 passing)
JB: 266 yards (137 rushing/129 passing yards)

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Phoenix football

Bagdad 60, Phoenix 8

PDSD ended its season with a 60-8 loss to state no. 2 Bagdad. Its
illustrious running back Brian Lynch scored a touchdown on a 39 yard
pass-run in first quarter and, in the next drive, his 45 yard touchdown
run was nullified by a penalty. He left his final game for PDSD in third
quarter due to his injured. ankle.
The final season record is 3-5. Lynch now holds numerous school and state
rushing and touchdown records.

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Texas volleyball

JV Volleyball

JV volleyball season ended with a loss to Waco Reicher in 3 sets. The JV
Rangers finished with 10-18-1 (25-11, 22-25, 15-9).

Varsity

The Lady Rangers closed out the season 3-0 (25-19, 25-19, 25-21) against
Waco Reicher to finished undefeated in district play. The team went 16-1
in district play in the last two years and the win gave the team their 5th
straight 25 plus wins season. The first playoff game will be on October
29th. More information will come soon.

Record: 25-14

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random deafsports talk

newspaper football corrections are rarely perfect

yet, yesterday’s prediction said:
Maryland School for the Deaf 35, James Buchanan 10

and Maryland’s winning score was 36-6

it is close enough!

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2019/10/18

DeafDigest Sports – October 18, 2019

barry@deafdigest.com
for options, click on the above deafnews tab

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

— random deafsports thoughts

— football games this week

— volleyball & soccer updates

— yesterday’s football scores

— high scoring football game decided by two points

— deaf judo

— a big football honor by a national organization

— Gallaudet updates

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2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 10/18/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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2019 football scores
as of 10/13/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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football games this week

Minnesota 25 Wisconsin 19

yesterday’s football scores
Fremont 50 Harker 14

Columbia PAC 39 South Carolina 6
Tennessee Heat 74 Tennessee 72

Oct 18 Phoenix hosts Bagdad
Oct 18 Texas at Geneva School of Boerne
Oct 18 Washington at New Mexico
Oct 18 Maryland at James Buchanan
Oct 18 Illinois hosts Pawnee
Oct 18 Colorado at Deer Trail

Oct 19 Missouri at Iowa
Oct 19 Mississippi at Alabama
Oct 19 Indiana at Model
Oct 19 Louisiana at Florida

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Gallaudet volleyball

Gallaudet eeks out five-set victory over Hood

FREDERICK, Md. – Gallaudet University women’s volleyball made the short
trek up to to Frederick, Md., on Thursday night to face Hood College in a
non-conference match in the BB&T Arena. The Bison won the first set but
dropped two close sets before bouncing back to take the fourth and fifth
sets to win, 3-2.

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Gallaudet football

Gallaudet offensive lineman Matthew Cracraft selected as semifinalist for
2019 William V. Campbell Trophy

IRVING, Texas – Gallaudet University senior offensive lineman Matthew
Cracraft (Ferris, Texas) was selected as one the best and brightest from
the college gridiron as announced by The National Football Foundation
(NFF) and College Hall of Fame. Cracraft is one of 185 semifinalists
honored from the Football Bowl Subdivision, Football Championship
Subdivision, Division II, Division III and NAIA. Cracraft joins the
company of other great players from top college programs such as
University of Oregon quarterback Justin Herbert and University of Georgia
kicker Rodrigo Blankenship.

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Colorado Volleyball

10/16/2019

Colorado lost to Elmwood Baptist

11-25, 19-25, 17-25

10/17/2019

Colorado lost to Pikes Peak Christian

6-25, 19-25, 15-25

Record is 0-17

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Maryland football

newspaper prediction

Maryland School for the Deaf (6-1) @ James Buchanan (3-5): It’s always
hard to predict inter-state games with a lack of common opponents, but
Maryland School for the Deaf has had a strong season to date, blowing out
most teams in its way with staunch defense. James Buchanan is going to
have to figure out its offense, or it could be another long day for the
Rockets.

Pick: Maryland School for the Deaf 35, James Buchanan 10

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland beat Maret School, 3-1
Scores: 25-17, 13-25, 25-23, 25-23
Record: 17-10-1

Stats
Citrine Lummer
18 kills, 6 digs, 1 ace

Milana Bielucke
14 digs, 2 aces

Sascha Tansky
15 assists, 1 ace

Olivia Clinger
2 blocks, 1 dig

Crystal Salit
14 assists

Sierra Herzig-Wilcox
3 kills, 2 digs, 1 ace

Ariella Zfati
12 digs, 1 ace

Hanna Johnston-Shaw
5 digs

Hannah Weiss
15 kills, 14 digs, 2 aces

Maryland JV beat Greater Grace Christian Academy, 2-0
Scores: 25-22, 25-16
Record: 12-8-2

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Phoenix football

MaxPreps/USA Football Players of the Week Winners for 10/7 – 10/13

SOUTHWEST
RB Brian Lynch – Phoenix Day School for the Deaf (AZ)
20 carries, 330 yards, 5 TD
88 receiving yards, 1 TD

note:
this honor is huge.

He is selected over many 11-man teams. His school plays 8-man

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St Mary’s volleyball

The Lady Bisons took on the Central Baptist Lion yesterday in a fairly
close game. The Bisons started off strong in each set, quickly taking the
lead but they
couldn’t seem to hold it together long enough to scrape out a win.  Julia
Bronneberg had an impressive 16 serve attempts with 6 aces. Emma Foster
had 13 serve
attempts with 4 aces. Cameron Cole had an impressive 5 attacks at the net
with 2 kills. Elise Watson, Brionna Zuppa, and Aleyshka Rivera rounded out
the team,
helping out across the floor. The girls showed great cooperation and
growth again today and we can’t wait to see what they can do in their last
three games of the
season. The girls will have two home games next week, Tuesday and
Thursday. Please try and stop out to see our girls in action.

Sets:

18-25

16-25

20-25

Record:

0-8

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Tennessee football

Tennessee Heat 74  Tennessee SD 72

TSD led all way  til 3 minutes left in 4th and with 32 seconds left TSD
got touchdown but moved back to 20 yard  line due to illegal  blocking
then Heat  intercepted  on G Line in 30 seconds left

Record  2-5

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random deafsports talk

May the best team win the ESDAA-II soccer
tournament that is taking place at
New York State (Rome) School for the Deaf.

You are not seeing Rome on the list of
soccer teams with won/lost records.

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deaf Judo

The 2nd European Deaf Judo Championships were held at Brasschaat, Belgium
recently.

Around 85 athletes from 14 countries participated in the competition.

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2019/10/17

DeafDigest Sports – October 17, 2019

barry@deafdigest.com
for options, click on the above deafnews tab

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

— random deafsports thoughts

— football games this week

— Willigan wrestling announcement

— volleyball & soccer updates

— correction to a group picture of deaf volleyball referees

— Indiana vs Model football; score prediction by newspaper

— Gallaudet honors

— yesterday’s football score

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2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 10/17/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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2019 football scores
as of 10/13/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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football games this week

Minnesota 25 Wisconsin 19

today’s football games
Oct 17 South Carolina at Columbia PAC
Oct 17 Fremont hosts Harker
Oct 17 Tennessee hosts Tennessee Heat

Oct 18 Phoenix hosts Bagdad
Oct 18 Texas at Geneva School of Boerne
Oct 18 Washington at New Mexico
Oct 18 Maryland at James Buchanan
Oct 18 Illinois hosts Pawnee
Oct 18 Colorado at Deer Trail

Oct 19 Missouri at Iowa
Oct 19 Mississippi at Alabama
Oct 19 Indiana at Model
Oct 19 Louisiana at Florida

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Willigan wrestling tournament announcement

Jan. 24-25, 2020 at CSDR.  Entry fee: $500.

Duals on Friday and individuals on Saturday.

Housing and meals will be provided on campus.

Airport: Ontario (if flying in LAX, transportation on your own to
Riverside).  For Ontario ONLY, we provide pick up/drop off transportation.

Contact Jesse Bailey (jbailey@csdr-cde.ca.gov) if you have any questions.

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another picture – all 8 deaf referees at the Spike Out

correction:
referees are now identified instead of being mis-identified

go to:

http://deafdigest.com/mid-week-news/deaf-volleyball-officials-at-2019-spike-out/

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Gallaudet men’s swimming
Gallaudet’s Ben Sealts named NEAC Men’s Swimmer of the Week

LATHAM, N.Y. – The North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) announced its
conference student-athlete of the week awards for the week of Oct. 15 and
Gallaudet University junior Ben Sealts (Ottawa, Ohio) was selected as the
NEAC Men’s Swimmer of the Week.

This is Gallaudet’s first NEAC Swimmer of the Week honor this season and
Sealt’s 10th career NEAC weekly award.

Gallaudet football
Gallaudet’s overtime touchdown pass earns ECFC Play of the Week

Read this story online at /sports/fball/2019-20/releases/ecfcplay-week6

note:
It is always great for Gallaudet to win football games.
Hope it leads to more football wins as this season winds down

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Florida volleyball

FSDB
7
0
13

Christ’s Church Academy
25
25
25

FSDB
26
21
25
20
15

Peniel Baptist Academy
24
25
23
25
11

season ends; 16-10 record

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Indiana football

newspaper prediction

Indiana Deaf (3-2) at Model Deaf (D.C.), 5:30 p.m. Saturday: Indiana
Deaf won last year’s meeting 42-0. Indiana Deaf 28, Model Deaf 21.

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland beat Paul VI Catholic School, 3-2
Scores: 23-25, 18-25, 25-19, 25-23, 15-10
Record: 16-10-1

Stats
Citrine Lummer
17 kills, 16 digs, 1 ace

Milana Bielucke
7 digs,1 assist, 2 aces

Sascha Tansky
14 assists, 3 digs

Olivia Clinger
2 kills, 1 block

Crystal Salit
22 assists, 1 kill

Sierra Herzig-Wilcox
7 kills, 4 digs

Ariella Zfati
4 digs

Hanna Johnston-Shaw
11 digs, 2 aces

Hannah Weiss
15 kills, 16 digs, 5 aces

Maryland JV lost to Paul VI Catholic School, 0-2
Scores: 7-25, 13-25
Record: 11-8-2

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Ohio soccer

Final Result: Ohio 4, Olney Friends 1
(1st Half: OSD 1, Olney 0)

(OSD season record is now 9-2-1)

Goals (OSD) :  Guled Ali – 2, Lalli Jansen – 2

Assists (OSD) : Amin Ali – 1, Devor Bauman – 1

Shots (OSD) : Lalli Jansen – 8, Guled Ali – 4, Devor Bauman – 4, Amin Ali
– 2

Saves (OSD) : Jason Alford – 3

Goals (Olney) : Kevin Timothy – 1

Assist (Olney) : none

Shots (Olney) : Aiden Baliddawa – 4, Kevin Timothy – 4, Caden Lough – 1

Saves (Olney) : Goalie – 2

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Rhode Island soccer

San Miguel School, our neighbor school, came over to RISD to play a soccer
game in our home game finale, a good warm up leading to the ESDAA Division
2 Soccer Tournament.

The coaches made some adjustments to the formation in hopes of finding
more defensive success, and it worked as we were able to finally hold a
halftime lead, 1-0! The coaches urged the players to keep their cool and
not to get too excited early – after all, soccer is a game of two
different halves!

A mistake in the box gave San Miguel a penalty kick 5 minutes into the
second half, which they would convert to knot the game up at 1-1 apiece.
Our goalie got hurt on the diving attempt – which left us having to move a
field player to goalie and empty our bench, so just eight players would
finish the game. Another goal by San Miguel followed a minute afterwards
as our reserve goaltender came out too early. We fought valiantly and had
several opportunities to score, but luck wasn’t on our side.

SMS –   0  2  – 2
RISD –  1  0  – 1

Jayden E. – 1 Goal [11 on the Season]
Evan L. – 5 Saves
Daury A. – 5 Saves

RISD Soccer Record: 0-6
Next Game: Friday/Saturday, Oct. 18-19, ESDAA Division 2 Soccer Tournament
@ NYSSD-Rome

Friday’s Game: vs. New Jersey
Saturday’s Game: TBA

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Wisconsin sports

WSD Volleyball won 3-0 25-20, 25-15, 25-12 over Minnesota

Record 11-6

WSD Football lost 25-19 to Minnesota

Record 0-4

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random deafsports talk

World Series is coming up soon.

Washington Nationals vs either Houston or Yankees.

Have we ever had a deaf player that played in the
World Series?

Dummy Hoy? No.

Dummy Taylor? No but he could have if not
for the ugly National League-American League
feud in 1904 that prevented it from taking
place. Long story.

Curtis Pride? No.

The only functionally hearing player that
played in the World Series was Bill Voiselle.
He pitched twice for Cleveland Indians in
the 1948 World Series.

While he had a hearing loss, he was widely
mocked for his deafness – very cruel, these
people!

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2019/10/16

DeafDigest Sports – October 16, 2019

barry@deafdigest.com
for options, click on the above deafnews tab

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

— random deafsports thoughts

— football games this week

— Willigan wrestling announcement

— volleyball & soccer updates

— two group pictures of deaf referees in volleyball

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2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 10/16/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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2019 football scores
as of 10/13/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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football games this week

Oct 16 Minnesota at Wisconsin

Oct 17 South Carolina at Columbia PAC
Oct 17 Fremont hosts Harker
Oct 17 Tennessee hosts Tennessee Heat

Oct 18 Phoenix hosts Bagdad
Oct 18 Texas at Geneva School of Boerne
Oct 18 Washington at New Mexico
Oct 18 Maryland at James Buchanan
Oct 18 Illinois hosts Pawnee
Oct 18 Colorado at Deer Trail

Oct 19 Missouri at Iowa
Oct 19 Mississippi at Alabama
Oct 19 Indiana at Model
Oct 19 Louisiana at Florida

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Willigan wrestling tournament announcement

Jan. 24-25, 2020 at CSDR.  Entry fee: $500.

Duals on Friday and individuals on Saturday.

Housing and meals will be provided on campus.

Airport: Ontario (if flying in LAX, transportation on your own to
Riverside).  For Ontario ONLY, we provide pick up/drop off transportation.

Contact Jesse Bailey (jbailey@csdr-cde.ca.gov) if you have any questions.

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Five deaf referees in Mason-Dixon volleyball

yesterday DeafDigest Sports posted a group
picture of five deaf referees that officiated
Mason-Dixon volleyball tournaments.

These referees have been identified.

Go to:

http://deafdigest.com/mid-week-news/2019-mason-dixon-volleyball-deaf-referees/

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another picture – all 8 deaf referees at the Spike Out

go to:

http://deafdigest.com/mid-week-news/deaf-volleyball-officials-at-2019-spike-out/

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Colorado Volleyball

10/15/2019

Colorado lost to Edison

10-25, 20-25, 5-25

Record is 0-15

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland beat Mercersburg Academy, 3-0
Scores: 25-11, 25-12, 25-13
Record: 15-10-1

Stats
Citrine Lummer
10 kills, 1 dig, 3 aces

Milana Bielucke
3 digs, 5 aces

Sascha Tansky
10 assists

Olivia Clinger
1 block

Crystal Salit
11 assists

Sierra Herzig-Wilcox
5 kills

Ariella Zfati
2 digs

Hanna Johnston-Shaw
1 kill, 5 digs, 3 aces

Thalia Guettler
1 kill

Hannah Weiss
10 kills, 2 digs, 4 aces

Maryland JV beat Oak Grove Classical Christian School, 2-0
Scores: 25-4, 25-16
Record: 11-7-2

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New Mexico volleyball

We had a GREAT GPSD VB weekend!   Joi and I enjoyed watching our
Roadrunners’ PASSION and TEAMWORK during before, during and after every
game. They are TRUE
Champions!  We are so proud to have received the 2nd place trophy. In the
past 4 years at GPSD, we received 3 trophies for 2nd place.  Junior
Victoria Baca and
Senior Mya Malone were recognized with All-Tourney awards!  Congratulations
to them!

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North Carolina soccer

October 1 @ Asheville

NCSD                     1

Temple Baptist    6

Oct 5 homecoming game

NCSD        1

Ohio SD   4

NCSD        1

Ohio SD    5

Oct 9 @ Winston-Salem

NCSD                          0

Woodson Charter    6

Oct 15 @ Mt Airy

NCSD                            1

Millennium Charter   5

End of the season

Team record 2-7-1

Next year will be challenging due to 6 players who will not return
due to age or graduation.

I am so pleased with my players for not giving up.  Although the team record is
unfavorable, I consider this inauguration season very successful.

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Pennsylvania soccer

Today, (10/15/19), Delaware School for the Deaf came and playing rematch
against PSD at our home game. With our dominating defense, we were able
to pull off a win today with the score of 4-1. Darnell Godbolt and
Michael Greco scored 2 goals each and Jacob Cross got 2 assists. Alex
Rivera got 5 saves.

Record 3-4

Next game on 10/16 at our home game vs NJSD, 4:00 PM.

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Riverside Volleyball

The season came to an end with a loss to Sherman Indian at home,
3-1 (18-25, 25-21, 22-25, 17-25).  Record: 4-20 (1-9).

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Rochester soccer

In a friendly exhibition game we travelled to our neighbors of the
West, Hope Hall Academy in Gates, NY. We try to use this game as a
teaching and
learning opportunity about sportsmanship and compassion for our
students.
This game allows our younger students to play more and learn to play
together as a team. As a result, Jack Williams and Cody Campbell were
able to earn their
first goals of their Varsity Career. Also tacking on a goal were
Michalek and LJ as we went on to win 4-1.

Today is our Senior Night as we battle against the Hornets of EMDHCS
again on our home pitch. Should be another exciting game!

Final Score:

RSD: 4
Hope Hall: 1

7-7 record

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St Mary’s soccer

The Bison’s exacted revenge yesterday against the Lions from Central
Baptist.  Earlier this season, our league opponent gave us a severe
drubbing in our first
match.  This time around, we were able to return the favor by lighting
up the scoreboard 7 times by 5 different players.  More important than
our 7-1 win over the
Lions, were the number of individual accomplishments that resulted in
the victory.  The Bison’s had three different players score their first
career varsity goals
including Mobin Abdollahi, Magdi Mohammed, & Brady Bartell.  Brady
Bartell also topped off his individual efforts by notching a hattrick (3
goals).  Included in our
teams success yesterday was that rookie freshmen  Dalton Burlingame
gained the courage to come off the bench and participate in live action
for the first time all
season.  Lastly, this game was important to our seniors(Nick Barrus, Isa
Habeeb, Kassim Kassim, Ryan Brzezinski) who were motivated by the fact
that this would be
their final regular season home game of their soccer careers.  This win
extends our streak to 4 games in a row and puts our team just over .500
for the first time
this year.  Please wish the Bison’s congrats on their win and good luck
as we travel to the Stanley G. Falk school in our 2nd match in as many
days.  It is sure to
be a tough game, the Falcons always play us very evenly.

Thanks,

Coach Booke & Coach Leroy

Overall Record: 4-3

NFCAA Record: 4-2

ESDAA Record: 0-1

Individual Stats:

Brady Bartell: 3 goals(1st, 2nd, & 3rd of season)

Mobin Abdollahi: 1 goal(1st of the season)

Magdi Mohammed: 1 goal(1st of the season)

Ethan Antone: 1 goal(8th of the season)

Nick Barrus: 2 goals(8th & 9th of the season)

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Texas volleyball

JV  – Record: 10-17-1

Veritas 1
TSD 2

25-11, 22-25, 15-9

Varsity: Record 24-14

Veritas 0
TSD 3

25-15, 25-12, 25-17

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Western Pennsylvania sports

YESTERDAY’S RESULTS

SOCCER:  beat Plants and Pillars, 4-0 (our first ever SWCAC playoff
victory)

LEAGUE RECORD: 4-2 (will play Portersville Christian School on Thursday,
10/17 4:00 p.m. at Slippery Rock Baptist campground)

OVERALL RECORD: 8-7-2

MS SOCCER: lost to Rhema Christian Academy, 1-10  SEASON ENDS

LEAGUE RECORD: 2-6

OVERALL RECORD: 2-8

JV VOLLEYBALL: SEASON ENDS

OVERALL RECORD – 2-6

V VOLLEYBALL:  lost to Jefferson County Christian School, 0-3 (5-25,
15-25, & 5-25)

LEAGUE RECORD: 2-6

OVERALL RECORD: 9-13-1

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random deafsports talk

No more hearing referees at deaf national
tournaments?

Do not know, but is it always a good idea?

Many fans know these referees hence abuse
if they make bad calls. It is different
with hearing referees who do not know
the deaf fans!

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2019/10/15

DeafDigest Sports – October 15, 2019

barry@deafdigest.com
for options, click on the above deafnews tab

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

— random deafsports thoughts

— football games this week

— Great Plains volleyball and announcements

— volleyball updates

— a first in Mason-Dixon volleyball

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2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 10/15/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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2019 football scores
as of 10/13/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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football games this week

Oct 16 Minnesota at Wisconsin

Oct 17 South Carolina at Columbia PAC
Oct 17 Fremont hosts Harker
Oct 17 Tennessee hosts Tennessee Heat

Oct 18 Phoenix hosts Bagdad
Oct 18 Texas at Geneva School of Boerne
Oct 18 Washington at New Mexico
Oct 18 Maryland at James Buchanan
Oct 18 Illinois hosts Pawnee
Oct 18 Colorado at Deer Trail

Oct 19 Missouri at Iowa
Oct 19 Mississippi at Alabama
Oct 19 Indiana at Model
Oct 19 Louisiana at Florida

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a first in Mason-Dixon volleyball

it is believed that for the first time in
Mason-Dixon volleyball history, all five
referees are deaf.

A group picture of them is at:
http://deafdigest.com/main/2019-mason-dixon-volleyball-deaf-referees/

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Great Plains volleyball and announcements

The results of the Great Plains Schools for the Deaf Volleyball
tournament hosted by Wisconsin School for the Deaf

1st Place: Oklahoma
2nd Pace: New Mexico
3rd Place: Wisconsin

Sportsmanship Award: Arkansas

All Tournament team:
Arkansas                Carley Williams

Iowa              Kali Nipper
Kansas                  Tiadra Vang

Minnesota         Javanna Johnson

New Mexico        Victoria Baca

New Mexico        Mya Malone

Oklahoma          Emily Cavello

Oklahoma          Shealee Junger

Oklahoma          April Pennel

Wisconsin         Madison Bongard

Scores and photos are online below
https://sites.google.com/wsd.k12.wi.us/2019gpsdvolleyball/home

Great Plains Schools for the Deaf’s Athletic Directors announced the
launch of the new GPSD website last thursday night with GPSD teams at
Wisconsin School for the Deaf. The GPSD website includes all of the GPSD
information, about the history of the conference, the future hosting
site with the dates. We will keep updating as we gather the more
pictures from team champions since GPSD was founded in 1989.

http://www.thegpsd.org/

GPSD also added the Instagram page for anyone who would like check out,
the name is GPSD_conferecne for you to add.

GPSD is the only conference that host the 4 tournaments each year,
Volleyball, Triathlon (Academic Bowl, ASL Bowl and Oratorical Bowl),
Basketball & Cheerleading and Track & Field. The Football conference
champions are based on the best record.

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Fremont sports

LAST WEEK –

It was a strange week as we only had one game all week, an away JV and
Varsity Volleyball Game at Holy Names in which we lost.  We tried to save
our Homecoming
twice after the power shutout scare and then our student-athletes were
prepared to return to campus to play Riverside until they couldn’t come
here.  We have tried
our best in postponing the game or going to Riverside but this was not
possible.  We will move on from this and look forward towards having a
better week!

THIS WEEK –

We have an away game on Tuesday for JV and Varsity Volleyball.  On
Thursday, we will celebrate our homecoming games with our other longtime
rivals –  Volleyball
against Emery and then and Cheerleading Football against Harker!  Cross
Country has a meet at Hayward High School on Saturday.

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK –

LEONARDO VERGARA – Our senior all-around player on the football team and
runner on the cross country team has had a great stretch lately.  The
other week after a
top finish at Oregon, Leo ran at the Cross Country make-up league meet on
Wednesday, played football on Thursday, then ran at another meet on
Saturday!  Last week,
Leo did not run or play at all as the Big Games was cancelled but he
provided improved leadership to the teams.

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Iowa football

We also got confirmation from the officials from Saturday’s game that
the final score indeed was 33-6.

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Mississippi School f/t Deaf

Mason Dixon Tournement @ Florida School f/t Deaf

MSD 23 25 15
LSD 25  17 8

MSD 25 17
SCSDB 25 9

MSD 25 19 13
ASD 22 25 15

MSD 23 25 15
LSD 25 17 12

MSD 23 19
FSDB 25 25

MSD 25 25
SCSDB 20 11

MSD 27 25
LSD 25 22

SEMI FINAL
MSD 25 16 15
ASD 24 25 13

CHAMPION FINAL
MSD 21 25 12
FSDB 25 22 15

FSDB – CHAMPION
MISSISSIPPI – 2ND PLACE

ALEXIS ROBERTS – MOST VALUE PLAYER AWARD
RAEGAN HENDRIX – 1ST ALL TOUR AWARD

RECORD 13-18

VOLLEYBALL SEASON OVER!

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South Carolina volleyball

Mason Dixon Volleyball tournament-Pool play-
SCSDB 17 22
ASD 25 25

SCSDB 17 9
MSD 25 25

SCSDB 16 15
LSD 25 25

-Tournament Bracket-
SCSDB 15 13
ASD 25 25

SCSDB 25 25 (FIRST VICTORY OF THE SEASON)
VSDB 17 17

SCSDB 20 11
MSD 25 25

We made 5th place in the tournament and very proud of the Lady Hornets for
all wonderful season! They showed much improvement so far. Way to go Lady
Hornets! I
enjoyed to coaching them. I look forward to next season.

Overall record 1-20 and end of season

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random deafsports talk

Volleyball season has ended for some schools. Already
their coaches have been asked to submit their
All-American nominations – because they have
faithfully reported their scores to DeafDigest
Sports.

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2019/10/14

DeafDigest Sports – October 14, 2019

barry@deafdigest.com
for options, click on the above deafnews tab

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

— random deafsports thoughts

— football games this week

— Gallaudet upates

— Mason-Dixon volleyball results

— Indiana football pairs with a losing team in sectional

— Florida football update

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2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 10/14/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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2019 football scores
as of 10/13/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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football games this week

Oct 16 Minnesota at Wisconsin

Oct 17 South Carolina at Columbia PAC
Oct 17 Fremont hosts Harker
Oct 17 Tennessee hosts Tennessee Heat

Oct 18 Phoenix hosts Bagdad
Oct 18 Texas at Geneva School of Boerne
Oct 18 Washington at New Mexico
Oct 18 Maryland at James Buchanan
Oct 18 Illinois hosts Pawnee
Oct 18 Colorado at Deer Trail

Oct 19 Iowa at Missouri
Oct 19 Mississippi at Alabama
Oct 19 Indiana at Model
Oct 19 Louisiana at Florida

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Mason-Dixon Overall Summary

Pool Play Results

Pool A

TSD vs VSDB
25-16, 26-24

FSDB vs KSD
25-4, 25-4

TSD vs KSD
25-8, 25-6

FSDB vs VSDB
25-17, 25-4

KSD vs VSDB
13-25, 13-25

FSDB vs TSD
26-24, 25-9

Pool B

MSD vs LSD
23-25, 25-17, 15-8

ASD vs SCSDB
25-17, 25-22

MSD vs SCSDB
25-17, 25-9

ASD vs LSD
25-16, 25-18

SCSDB vs LSD
16-25, 15-25

ASD vs MSD
22-25, 25-19, 15-13

Championship Rounds

Match 12
FSDB vs ASD
25-16, 25-27, 15-8

Match 13
ASD vs MSD
22-25, 25-16, 13-15

Championship Game
FSDB vs MSD
25-21, 22-25, 15-12

Results
1st Place-FSDB
2nd Place-MSD
3rd Place-ASD
4th Place-LSD
5th Place-SCSDB

Awards
MVP-Alexis Roberts, MSD

All-Tournament Team
Alejandra Aril, SCSDB
Ashley Carico, TSD
Lorrissa Currie, TSD
Regan Hendrix, MSD
Alesia Jaramillo, ASD
Lourdine Jordonne, FSDB
Silvia Lara, VSDB
Kate Scott, LSD
Cayla Tucker, ASD
Keliah Williams, FSDB

Sportsmanship Award
Kentucky School for the Deaf

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Gallaudet updates

men’s soccer
Bison complete New York road trip with loss to Wells

AURORA, N.Y. – There were no late-game heroics for Gallaudet University
here Sunday as the visiting Bison lost to Wells College, 3-1, in a North
Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) men’s soccer game. The day before, GU
defeated Keuka College with a goal in overtime to win, 1-0.

women’s soccer
Three second-half goals propel Gallaudet to victory over Wells, 3-1

AURORA, N.Y. – The Gallaudet University women’s soccer team split its New
York weekend road trip with a 3-1 victory over Wells College here Sunday
afternoon. GU had three different goal scorers net a second-half goal to
propel the Bison to victory for the first time in over a month

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Florida football

Hello Dragon Fans!!  Our trip to Knoxville was long, but it’s always nice
to come back with a victory.  We improved to 5-0 on the season with a
58-12
victory over TSD on Chambers Field (named after a FSDB alum and
current employee, Billy Lange, ‘s grandpa).

All 15 of our players played and recorded a statistic in this game.  As a
coach its always nice to see that in a game. Tennessee played with heart
and gave
all they had, kudos to them and their coaches.

Next, we will host Louisiana School for the Deaf on 10/19 at 6pm.  This is
going to be a bittersweet game for me as I graduated from LSD in ’96.  LSD
is
sporting a 5-1 record this year, so it’s going to be an interesting game
at Usina Field.

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Scoring Summary and Stats

1q- FSDB, Matthew Guillou 34 run (2-pt fail) 6-0
1q- FSDB, Walter Douglas 7 run (2-pt Douglas run) 14-0
1q- FSDB, Douglas 17 run (2-pt Luis Merced run) 22-0
2q- TSD run (2-pt fail) 22-6
2q- FSDB,  Matthew Guillou 32 run (2-pt Guillou to Prinzler pass) 30-6
3q- FSDB, Merced 3 run (2-pt Ajani Zahira run) 38-6
3q- TSD run (2-pt fail) 38-12
3q- FSDB, Cayto Dulcio 2 run (2-pt fail) 44-12
3q- FSDB, Dulcio 5 run (2-pt Zahira run) 52-12
4q- FSDB, Zahira 8 run (2-pt fail) 58-12

RUSHING
Douglas 8-105 2td 1pat, Merced 8-65 1td 1pat, Matthew Guilliou 3-67 2td,
Ajani Zahira 3-38 1td 2pat, Cayto Dulcio 3-29 2td, Marco Solis 1-16, Andre
Pellicer 1-2

PASSING
Matthew Guillou 2/10 29yds 1pat

RECEIVING
Marcus Guillou 2-29, Kyle Prinzler 1pat

DEFENSE
Merced 8t 1s, Cabrera 6t, Prinzler 5t 1s 1h, Douglas 5t, Zahira 4t 1s,
Hunt 4t 1fr, Marcus G 3t 1s, Dulcio 3t, Veal 2t 1s, Solis 2t, Pellicer 2t,
Matt G
1t 1int 1ff, Veloz 1fr, Joseph 1t, Tellez-Baxcajay 1fr,

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Indiana football

IHSAA football sectional pairings released

Class 1A

Sectional 46
G1: Edinburgh at Indiana Deaf

note:
all teams enter the sectionals regardless of
their won/lost records

Edinburg currently sports a 1-7 record.
Both teams did not face each other this season.

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Missouri volleyball

Missouri School for the Deaf volleyball team travelled to Wisconsin School
for the Deaf for GPSD tournament. The girls played hard and continue
improving their
skills. We did not bring anything back home from this tournament but the
girls are bringing back their spirit!! The result and scores for all games
this weekend.

Game #1
OKlahoma – 12-25, 10-25

Cristin Kohl, JR leads with four serves. Kayla Nichols, JR. helped the
team with two serve. Hailey Luper, FR. helped with one ace serve.

Game #2
Kansas – 11-25 and 15-25

Kayla Nichols, JR and Nina Beamish, FR. Made three serve for the team.
Rhiannon Gonzales, So. Helped with two serve.

Game #3
Wisconsin 2-25 and 15-25

Hailey Luper, FR made three serve and Cristin Kohl, JR helped with two
serve.

Game #4
New Mexico – 9-25 and 6-25

Tracy Austin, FR. made 2 points to help the team. Cristin Kohl, JR., Kayla
Nichols, JR., and Julia Stafford, So. all made one serve. Nina Beamish,
FR. made one
kill.

We will travel Iowa on Saturday 10/19 to play against Iowa School for the
Deaf

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Texas sports

San Marcos Panthers 3
TSD 2

Game
1) 25-16
2) 20-25
3) 12-25
4) 27-25
5) 8-15

Record: 23-14

TSD Football

Texas School for the deaf defeated Texas Wind 58-0. TSD went 3-3 in
non-district competition. We begin our district games next week
against Geneva, the team that lost in the state championship game last
year by 1 point.

Record: 3-3

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random deafsports talk

Will Indiana defeat Edinburgh and advance in sectionals
football?

Never say never. Teams in playoffs fight tooth and nail,
despite losing regular season records.

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2019/10/13

DeafDigest Sports – October 13, 2019

barry@deafdigest.com
for options, click on the above deafnews tab

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

— random deafsports thoughts

— football scores

— football games today

— volleyball update

— first wins for Gallaudet football & men’s soccer (both by one point)

— GPSD & Mason-Dixon  volleyball champions

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2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 10/13/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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2019 football scores
as of 10/13/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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football scores this week

football score last week as reported late
Prince of Peace 28 Texas 20

Thursday scores:
South Carolina 30 South Carolina Green Charter 28
Washington 60 Lake Quinnalt 12

Alabama 44 Louisiana 24

Friday’s games
Maryland 55 Hancock 6

Crimson Knights 37 Indiana 8

Saturday’s games
Florida 58 Tennessee 12
Iowa 27 Arkansas 6
Mississippi 60 Oklahoma 20
New Mexico 60 Kansas 15

Texas 58 Texas Wind 0

Anthem Prep 60 Phoenix 50

note:
Illinois vs Missouri football game has been
cancelled

Colorado is forfeiting the game to Genoa-Hugo

Model vs Paul International game has been
cancelled

Riverside vs Fremont game has been cancelled

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next week’s games will be posted in tomorrow’s
DeafDigest Sports

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Two volleyball tournaments this weekend
Great Plains, hosted by Wisconsin
Oklahoma vs New Mexico 25-19, 25-16 (championship finals)

Mason-Dixon, hosted by Florida
Florida defeated Mississippi 25-21, 22-25, 15-12 (championship finals)

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Gallaudet sports

Football
Bison spoil Castleton’s Homecoming with 28-27 overtime victory

The Bison showed resiliency in the second half and pure grit in overtime
to defeat the Spartans, 28-27, and silence a crowd of 3,387. Castleton
scored first in overtime but missed the PAT kick. Gallaudet scored on its
overtime possession and extra point kick by Jack Gray clinched the win.

women’s swimming
Wheeler helps Gallaudet win four of its six first-place finishes against
Southern Virginia

WASHINGTON – It was a neck-and-neck women’s swimming meet here Saturday
between Gallaudet University and visiting Southern Virginia University in
the Field House Pool. In the end, Southern Virginia escaped with a 125-108
win over Gallaudet (0-2). The Bison won six of the 14 events.

Sophomore Anquniece Wheeler (Detroit, Mich.) won three individual events
and was on a first-place relay.

men’s swimming
Sealts wins three events for GU in non-conference meet with Southern
Virginia

WASHINGTON – Gallaudet University dropped its men’s swimming
non-conference meet, 150-92, here Saturday to Southern Virginia University
in the Field House Pool.

Gallaudet (0-2) won three of the 14 events as sophomore Ben Sealts
(Ottawa, Ohio) led the way. Sealts won the 100-yard butterfly with a time
of 57.45 seconds as he split time of 27.13 seconds helped to set the tone.
He followed that with a first-place finish in the 100-yard breaststroke

women’s soccer

NEAC’s top team too much for Gallaudet on the road

KEUKA PARK, N.Y. – The Gallaudet University women’s soccer team ran into
the top team in the North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) here Saturday
as Keuka College handed the Bison a 3-0 loss.

volleyball
GU moves up the NEAC women’s volleyball standings with two wins

LANCASTER, Pa. – It was a big day for the Gallaudet University women’s
volleyball team here Saturday at Lancaster Bible College as the Bison
picked up two North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) wins against SUNY
Poly, 3-0, and SUNY Cobleskill, 3-1.

Gallaudet (7-20, 4-2 NEAC) moves up the conference standings with the two
wins and is now in a four-way tie for third place.

men’s soccer
Johnson nets game-winner in overtime to lift Gallaudet to victory

KEUKA PARK, N.Y. – Sophomore forward Chad Johnson (Gardena, Calif.) scored
the game-winning goal in the sixth minute of the first overtime to stun
Keuka College, 1-0, here Saturday in a North Eastern Athletic Conference
(NEAC) contest.

Gallaudet (1-10-1, 1-5 NEAC) and Keuka (3-8-1, 2-4 NEAC) played to a
scoreless tie through the first 90 minutes of play to force the extra
period

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland JV at Oakdale Volleyball TournamentFrederick, MD
October 12, 2019
Record: 10-7-2

Maryland beat Thomas Johnson High School, 2-0
Scores: 25-23, 25-18

Maryland lost to Linganore, 0-2
Scores: 21-25, 21-25

Maryland tied with Thomas Johnson High School, 1-1
Scores: 25-23, 22-25

Maryland lost to Linganore, 0-2
Scores: 24-26, 20-25

Playoffs
Quarterfinals
Maryland lost to Boonsboro High School, 0-2
Scores: 13-25, 13-25

editor’s note:
Thomas Johnson, Linganore and Boonsboro are
big public high schools in Frederick county

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Mississippi football

Mississippi is elated that JAylon Mays is back . What a difference one
player makes . MSD 60 OKSD 20
MSD 2-4

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New Mexico football

from a tweet

The NMSD football team played Kansas School for the Deaf this afternoon.
The game ended at halftime, 60-15

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Oklahoma football

Mississippi – 60
Oklahoma – 20

Record:  4-0 (league) 4-2 (overall)

I know these scores didn’t count, but I gave them my applause because they
did play hard.  We were actually lead 20-8, then 20-22 at the halftime.
Five turnovers cost us at the second half.  Mississippi earned 28
unanswered
points.   Hat off on Mississippi team.

Next game:  we will host Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf on October
26
(6-man).  Then play Life Christian Academy (8-man) on October 31 for the
last football game.

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Oklahoma volleyball

Gpsd tournament in Wisconsin

Friday pool A
Oklahoma vs Kansas 25-13, 25-18
Oklahoma vs Missouri. 25-12, 25- 10
Oklahoma vs Wisconsin 25-22, 15-25, 15-8
Saturday gpsd tournament

oklahoma vs Iowa. 25-8, 28-8
Oklahoma vs Kansas. 25-21, 25-13
Oklahoma vs New Mexico 25-19, 25-16
Gpsd champion
Emily cavello, shealee junger and April Pennel names all tournament
12-6 our record
Last game is on oct 25 vs Minnesota academy state for the Deaf

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Phoenix football

Anthem Prep 60, Phoenix 50

Record: 3-4

Up next: Bagdad, Oct. 18, 4 pm, home

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random deafsports talk

A Gallaudet win is a Gallaudet win, even by a
margin of one point, which is what the football
and men’s soccer teams did for their first
wins of the season!

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2019/10/12

DeafDigest Sports – October 12, 2019

barry@deafdigest.com
for options, click on the above deafnews tab

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

— random deafsports thoughts

— football scores

— football games today

— volleyball update

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2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 10/12/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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2019 football scores
as of 10/06/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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football games this week

football score last week as reported late
Prince of Peace 28 Texas 20

Thursday scores:
South Carolina 30 South Carolina Green Charter 28
Washington 60 Lake Quinnalt 12

Alabama 44 Louisiana 24

Friday’s games
Maryland 55 Hancock 6

Crimson Knights 37 Indiana 8

Saturday’s games
Oct 12 Arkansas at Iowa
Oct 12 Florida at Tennessee
Oct 12 Phoenix at Anthem Prep
Oct 12 Mississippi at Oklahoma
Oct 12 Kansas at New Mexico
Oct 12 Texas hosts Texas Wind

note:
Illinois vs Missouri football game has been
cancelled

Colorado is forfeiting the game to Genoa-Hugo

Model vs Paul International game has been
cancelled

Riverside vs Fremont game has been cancelled

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Two volleyball tournaments this weekend
Great Plains, hosted by Wisconsin

Mason-Dixon, hosted by Florida

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Indiana football

from Crimson Knights facebook posting

Crimson Knights 38 Indiana 8

it says:
CK Nation rolled into Indy against the School of the Deaf,
with a rainy night Victory 32 to 8. Go CK!

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Maryland football

Hancock (1-5) – 6
MSD (6-1) – 55

HHS           0        6        0      0  =   6
MSD          24       16       15     0   =  55

Scoring Summary

M- E. Sheppeck 26yd run (Otto pass from Joseph)
M- Beckler 2yd run (Joseph run)
M- Otto 18yd pass from Joseph (Wilson run)
M- Ortiz 6yd run (Joseph run)
H- Souders 6yd pass from Fink (Pass failed)
M- Beckler 3yd run (Otto pass from Joseph)
M- E. Sheppeck 4yd run (Beckler run)
M- E. Sheppeck 27yd interception return (E.Sheppeck kick)

Individual Stats
Rushing:
Ethan Sheppeck: 4-72; 2 TDs
Zion Ortiz: 4-72; 1 TD
Jared Beckler: 11-48; 2 TDs

Passing:
Jaden Joseph: 6-9-98-1 INT; 1 TD

Receiving:
Zion Ortiz: 2-41
Enow Otto: 2-39; 1 TD

Miguel Pavao led the team with 13 tackles and one sack. He also forced 3
fumbles. Enow Otto had a sack. Pacey Wilson and Amaree McKenstry recovered
a fumble each.

Total Yards :
MSD: 325 yards (229 rushing/96 passing)
HHS: 68 yards (-8 rushing/76 passing yards)

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Texas volleyball

JV Volleyball

Vanguard College Prep – 0
TSD – 2

25-23, 25-22

Record: 9-16-1

Varsity Volleyball

Vanguard College Prep – 0
TSD -3

25-17, 25-22, 25-19

Record: 23-13

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random deafsports talk

It is always maddening for DeafDigest Sports
editor when surfing the news for deaf sports
stories. Some days, so many deaf sports stories.
Some days, too few!

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2019/10/11

DeafDigest Sports – October 11, 2019

barry@deafdigest.com
for options, click on the above deafnews tab

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

— random deafsports thoughts

— football scores

— football games this week

— volleyball updates

— soccer updates

— bunch of newspaper short stories

— big day planned for Gallaudet men’s basketball

— a big soccer game ends in a 2-2 tie

— cross country update

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2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 10/11/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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2019 football scores
as of 10/06/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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football games this week

football score last week as reported late
Prince of Peace 28 Texas 20

Thursday scores:
South Carolina 30 South Carolina Green Charter 28
Washington 60 Lake Quinnalt 12

Alabama 44 Louisiana 24

today’s games
Oct 11 Indiana hosts Crimson Knights
Oct 11 Maryland at Hancock

Saturday’s games
Oct 12 Arkansas at Iowa
Oct 12 Florida at Tennessee
Oct 12 Phoenix at Anthem Prep
Oct 12 Mississippi at Oklahoma
Oct 12 Kansas at New Mexico
Oct 12 Texas hosts Texas Wind

Oct 12 Riverside at Fremont (FLASH news – game cancelled, fire in Southern California; Riverside cannot come)

note:
Illinois vs Missouri football game has been
cancelled

Colorado is forfeiting the game to Genoa-Hugo

Model vs Paul International game has been
cancelled

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Two volleyball tournaments this weekend
Great Plains, hosted by Wisconsin

Mason-Dixon, hosted by Florida

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national deaf cross country meet hosted by Oregon SD

4 boys teams took part
1st place was host team Oregon

other participating boys teams were Fremont, Riverside
and Washington

2 girls teams took part
1st place was Fremont

other participating team was Fremont

1st place boys individual winner
1.    SR    Sandi Ramos-Cabrera          21:04.00
Oregon School for the Deaf

26 individual boys runners took part

1st place girls individual winner
1.    11    Jasmine Jimenez  24:57.60
California School for the Deaf

9 individual girls runners took part

a girl from Washington took part as an
individual runner

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Gallaudet men’s basketball program to host reunion
on Feb. 14-15, 2020 – Register Now!

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University men’s basketball program will host a
reunion weekend on Feb. 14-15, 2020, here in the Field House as announced
by fifth-year head coach Kevin Kovacs.

The Bison have several events planned for the weekend including; alumni
game, watch the Gallaudet men’s and women’s basketball home games, a
campus tour, a banquet and silent auction and much more. The weekend will
also highlight the release of a new Gallaudet men’s basketball history
book.

Come be a part of this exciting weekend. Space is limited. The cost is $50
for single registration and $85 for couple registration. Preferred
registration due date is January 15, 2020.

Register here: https://app.mobilecause.com/form/PyyW3w?vid=2evki
The proceeds from this event will help support the Gallaudet men’s
basketball booster club and the John Perry Endowment Fund.

If you have questions please contact Wendy Wiatrowski at
wendy.wiatrowski@gallaudet.edu.

note:
the Gallaudet men’s basketball history book is being
written by DeafDigest Sports editor. Yes, he’s very
busy every day with DeafDigest, DeafDigest Sports
and Gallaudet basketball history book.

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Colorado volleyball

10/10/2019

Colorado lost to Kiowa

9-25, 4-25, 10-25

Record is 0-14

Next game will be on 10/15/2019

Colorado vs. Edison at 5:30p

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Louisiana football

We lost 44-24 against Alabama. It was a tough loss for us as we knew we
could compete with them, regardless of numbers. The turning point of the
game was in the second quarter with around 40 seconds left, a snap went
awry and Alabama scooped it up and ran for a TD to make it 20-6 before
halftime. While we did respond back with a touchdown on our opening drive
of the second half, it was not enough to bring the momentum in our favor.
Our defense played great in the game, unfortunately we had missed
opportunities and miscues on offense that allowed Alabama to capitalize
on. I’m proud of my boys who played their hearts out all the way until
0:00.

D’ericion Hayes- 4 total TDs, 3 TD passes and a kickoff return.

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland beat Mercersburg Academy, 3-0 Scores: 25-6, 25-12, 25-9 Record:
14-10-1 D’arius Hayes, the brother of D’ericion caught 2 TD passes. Stats
Citrine Lummer 9 kills, 2 digs, 2 aces

Milana Bielucke 9 digs, 1 ace Wyatt Bowman caught one TD pass. Sascha
Tansky 8 assists

Olivia Clinger 7 kills, 1 block
Next up is our last game of the season, Florida.
Crystal Salit
15 assists

Sierra Herzig-Wilcox
3 kills

Ariella Zfati
3 digs, 2 aces

Hanna Johnston-Shaw
3 digs

Thalia Guettler
1 block

Hannah Weiss
10 kills, 3 digs, 13 aces

Maryland JV beat Mercersburg Academy, 2-0
Scores: 25-15, 25-19
Record: 9-4-1

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Maryland cross country

Results from Hatfield vs McCoy Race Series #2 (Harpers Ferry, WV)
Middle School Boys 3K Race
Josiah Lockhart (4th place out of 60 runners) 14:04.1
Jonah Abenchuchan (37th place)18:18.5
Louis Ortiz (48th place) 20:37.5

High School Boys 5K Race
Crosse Herpin (2nd place out of 45 runners) 21:01.3
Michael Williams (35th place) 29:23.1
Peter Thang (13th place) 23:57.9

High School Girls 5K Race
Lera Walkup (5th place out of 36 runners) 26:09.0

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Pennsylvania soccer

Today, 10/10/19, International Christian School of Philadelphia visited
and playing at our home. It was a very strong first half with our score
lead of 2-1. But in the 2nd half, we got outgassed and out physical by
them and lost 3-2. Hazim Haroun scored 2 goals, and Aquil Roane made a
strong effort on defense and contributed with one assist.

Record 2-4

Next game on 10/15 at our home game vs Delaware School for the Deaf, 3:30
PM.

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Riverside volleyball

Traveled to Rancho Cucamonga to play United Christian Academy, lost 3-0
(18-25, 13-25, 13-25).  Record: 4-19 (1-8).  Next up: @ CSD-Fremont,
Saturday the 12th.

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South Carolina football

Tonight we won, beat Green Charter by 30-28. It’s one of best game of the
season. We played well combine tonight to catch our first victory of the
season. I was acting head coach as our HC is with volleyball team at
Florida for Mason Dixon.

note:
the acting head coach is Don Creech.

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St Mary’s girls volleyball

The Lady Bisons took their first win yesterday after a forfeit from
Buffalo Academy of science. After the no show from the other team, the
girls had a chance to
scrimmage against the “All Star” staff team. There were some heated
volleys back and forth and the girls struggled against the height of Tim
Kelly. Emma Foster had
a few quick saves and the girls worked well together against the All
Stars. Thank you to Tim Kelly, Jason Meyers, Katelyn Koester, Danielle
Walczak, and Joann
Watson for scrimmaging with us.

Record:

1-6

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St Mary’s soccer

After a slow start to the regular season, the Bison’s have begun to heat
up by making it 3 wins in a row yesterday after a closely contested match
against Christian
Academy of Western New York (CAWNY).  This was the 2nd time we played
against this team in less than a weeks’ time.  We knew heading into the
match that we couldn’t
attack our opponent with the same strategy that got us the victory in our
first game.  We also prepared our squad to anticipate CAWNY having a
different game plan
than what we had faced the first time around.  Sure enough, our NFCAA
rival started the contest off quickly by flooding our 18 yard box  and
putting our defense on
its heels.  We were unable to clear the ball out of our zone in time
enough for CAWNY to connect on a strike that gave them the 1-0 advantage.
This group of
Bison’s weren’t going to allow this early set-back to dictate how this
match would continue.  We were able to quickly re-group and go on the
attack with a smart
“heads up” play by Kassim Kassim who made a nice pass to Nick Barrus  and
with his left foot was able to sneak a shot past our opponents keeper to
tie the score
1-1.  Later on in the half, Nick Barrus was able to continue his scoring
streak by looping a shot over the goalies head from just over ½ field to
give the Bison’s
their first lead of the match.  In the 2nd half of the game, both teams
were able to shut down the others scoring opportunities with some stifling
defense and some
excellent goalie play from Isa Habeeb.  No more goals were earned and the
final score remained 2-1.  Please wish the boys congrats on a hard fought
win.  Our next
match is back home on Tuesday, October 15th  at 4pm in a re-match from our
1st game of the season against the Lions from Central Baptist.  Please
come out and
support our Bison’s as we look to get some revenge from an earlier loss
and continue our winning streak.

Overall Record: 3-3

NFCAA Record: 3-2

ESDAA Record: 0-1

Individual Stats:

Nick Barrus: 2 goals(6th & 7th of season)

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Washington football

Terriers Football 60 vs Lake Quinault 12

Overall Record 2-2 (League 0-1)

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Western Pennsylvania sports

YESTERDAY’S RESULTS

SOCCER:  tied Ohio School for the Deaf, 2-2

LEAGUE RECORD: 4-2 (clinched 2nd place in our Division will host Plants
and Pillars on Tuesday, 10/15 4:00 p.m.)

OVERALL RECORD: 7-7-2

MS SOCCER: did not play – playoffs next week (will travel – place – Rhema
Christian)

LEAGUE RECORD: 2-6

OVERALL RECORD: 2-7

JV VOLLEYBALL: SEASON ENDS

OVERALL RECORD – 2-6

V VOLLEYBALL:  beat Ohio School for the Deaf, 3-0 (25-14, 25-9, & 25-21)

LEAGUE RECORD: 2-6 (4th place – will travel to Tri-County 1st place team –
Jefferson County Christian School)

OVERALL RECORD: 9-12-1

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random deafsports talk

The Mystics (WNBA) won the championship.

Ella Delle Donne (21 points) has a sister who is
deaf-blind

Emma Meessemann (22 points), from Belgium,
is the MVP and is deaf, though functionally
hearing

So, definitely, the championship is deaf-related!

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a newspaper headline today

Disappointment after Hong Kong protests force cancellation of Asia Pacific
Deaf Games

note:
this is self-explanatory

Affected sports were soccer, basketball, tennis, athletics and swimming

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a newspaper story

Will Honas
2nd team inside linebacker
University of Nebraska

17 solo and 17 assisted tackles

started his career as wide receiver and was switched to linebacker

he is a junior

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Olympics golfer?

part of newspaper story

Diksha Dagar is India’s first specially-abled Tokyo Olympics probable

Diksha Dagar, the 18-year-old golfer with total hearing impairment could
be one of the probable athletes for next year’s Tokyo Olympics. If she
qualifies for the Tokyo Games, Dagar could be the first specially-abled
sportsperson from India to compete in the Olympic Games.

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