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DeafDigest Sports – October 20, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

– soccer updates

– Florida football report

– Gallaudet loses in volleyball

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won/lost records – as of October 20, 2014
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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

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upcoming football games

Oct 20 Oregon hosts Falls City JV

Oct 21 Minnesota at Cleveland (state playoffs)

Oct 22 South Carolina hosts Fountain Inn Christian

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

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

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

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Gallaudet volleyball

Keuka hands Gallaudet first NEAC loss, Bison turnaround and sweep SUNY Cobleskill
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wvball/2014-15/releases/recap_keukacobleskill

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New York School for the Deaf hosted 2014 Metro Soccer Tournament on Oct.
17 and 18

Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf
New York School for the Deaf
American School for the Deaf
Lexington School for the Deaf

Here is the results for tournament:

_Friday, October 17_

Opening round:

American 1 NYSD 0

Lexington 8 WPSD 4
_Saturday, Oct. 18_

NYSD 3 WPSD 2 in overtime

Lexington 5 American 2

Champion-Lexington
Runner-up – American
3rd place- New York
4th place – Western Pennsylvania
All-Stars:
Raymond Mukhailov, Lexington
Jaime Pavia, Lexington
Samer Abualya, Lexington
Fernando Cardona, Lexington
Robert Milone, American
Luis Burgos, American
Esdras Levia, American
Agron Deski, New York
Owen Banton, New York
Keith Murray, New York
Chad O’Amore, Western Pennsylvania
Seth Reeves, Western Pennsylvania
Most Outstanding Goalie: Agron Deski, New York

Sportmanship Award: Western Pennsylvania

 

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American soccer

Congratulations to Lexington for the winner of the tournament. ▒▒We
won the first match against Fanwood 1-0. ▒We
didn’t win the championships against the Lexington 2-5.
Our record 10-5
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Florida football

FSDB throttles ASD 47-14, now 5-2

Capitalizing on an opportunistic and stingy defense, The FSDB Dragons
football team was able to leave Talladega with a 47-14 victory over
Alabama SD Warriors. ▒Our defensive unit contributed 2 touchdowns to
our scoring with two pick-sixes: Tyler Ames (80 yds) and Marcus
Maldonado (48 yds). ▒Along with the touchdowns, our defense made it
difficult for ASD to sustain drives.

Our defensive line had their best game of the season as three of our
leading tacklers came from the DL. Wes Homewood (13), Neill Kovatch
(9), and Dante Townsend (9) were our leading tacklers on the day.

Offensively we gained 341 yards, with 292 of them coming on the
ground. ▒Our rushing attack was led by Anthony Cash’s 120 yards on 8
carries followed by Anthony Wallace’s 5-74 day. ▒Maldonado also
chipped in two rushing touchdowns on the day.

We next play at HOME vs Taylor-Pierson on Thursday 10/23 with a 7pm
kickoff time.

 

SCORING SUMMARY
1q 8:14, FSDB- Maldonado 4 run (Garcia kick) 7-0
1q 0:16, FSDB- Ames 80 int ret (Garcia kick) 14-0
2q 10:32, FSDB- Maldonado 48 int ret (Garcia kick) 21-0
2q 7:08, FSDB- Maldonado 6 run (kick blocked) 27-0
2q 3:44 FSDB- Al.Wallace 4 pass from Scott (Garcia kick) 34-0
2q 0:00 ASD- rush td 34-6
3q 4:39 FSDB- Ant.Wallace 8 run (kick missed) 40-6
4q 4:02 ASD- rush td 40-14
4q 1:09 FSDB- Homewood 5 run (Garcia kick), 47-14
STATISTICS
RUSHING
Cash 8-120, An.Wallace 5-74 1td, Maldonado ▒5-37 2td, Baugh 2-27,
Vital 2-18, Ynirio 2-11,Homewood 1-5, 1td

PASSING
Scott 3/11 49 yds 1td

RECEIVING
Ynirio 1-32, Ames 1-13, Al.Wallace 1-4 1td

DEFENSE
Homewood 13t 1fr, Townsend 9t, Kovatch 9t, An. Wallace 7t, Cash 6t,
Al.Wallace 6t, Baugh 5t, Ames 4t 1int 1 pd 1td, Cicio 4t 1fr, Stewart
4t, Williams 4t, D’Angelo 4t, Garcia 3t, Figueroa 3t, Philyor 2t,
Touahri 2t, Holmes 2t, Maldonado 1t 1int 1td, Ynirio 1t, Mack 1t,
Shedd 1t

 

SPECIAL TEAMS
Garcia 5/7 PAT kicks, Cash 0/1 FG (37 yds)

(t=tackles, tfl=tackles for loss, h=qb hurries, pd=pass defensed,
ff=fumbles forced, fr=fumbles recovered, sk=qb sacks)

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South Carolina volleyball

@ SCSDB Homecoming Day on October 18th, our last Volleyball game of
this season. I’m proud of my girls for working hard throughout this
season and they learned a lot new skills. We are looking forward
to next season. Thank you for your support!

vs. GSD (Georgia School for the Deaf)

L, (1-3)

(25-23, 19-25, 20-25, 23-25)

Record 1-22

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Lexington soccer

Friday, October 17, 2014

Western Pennsylvania (WPSD)▒3▒ Lexington▒8

White Plains, N.Y.- It was the first round of ESDAA Metro Tournament. This
was the only 2nd time that WPSD and
Lexington played against each other in Frank Wells’s coaching career. We
managed to take the game in first half so
we scrambled up our players again for the enjoyment of having everyone
playing on the offense side. It was one of
the friendly matches we had.

Goals:▒Raymond Mukhailov (3), Fernando Cardona, Jaime Pavia, Dilshane
Senevirante, Noah Aljahmi, & Samer Abualya
Assists: Samer Abulaya (3), Tanvir Chowdhury, &▒Jaime Pavia
Saves: Jia-Cheng Huang (7)

American▒(ASD)▒2▒ Lexington▒5

White Plains, N.Y.- American team had demonstrated an BIG IMPROVEMENT
compared to the past seasons. They played a

 

real physical game giving us an uphill challenge to claim ESDAA Metro
championship. It was our 6th championship in
7 seasons. Our players passed the ball greatly and missed some real good
shots as well. Our defense worked their
tails off too.

Goals:▒Raymond Mukhailov (2), Fernando Cardona (2),▒& Jia-Cheng Huang
(Penalty Kick)
Assists: Jaime Pavia (2), Tanvir Chowdhury, &▒Raymond Mukhailov
Saves: Jia-Cheng Huang (3)

ESDAA Metro Tournament All-Team:
Raymond Mukhailov, Samer Abualya, Jaime Pavia, & Fernando Cardona

Season Record: 6-8-2 (Deaf Schools: 6-0-0)

Next game: Mill Neck at Lexington on Tuesday, October 21st at 3:30 PM.

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St Mary’s soccer

The boys varsity soccer team travelled to Rome, NY this past weekend and
represented not only our school but our
country in the 24th annual International Friendship tournament against two
other Canadian teams.▒ For the first
time in school history the Bisons from St. Mary’s and the Wildcats from
Rochester School for the Deaf put our
rivalry and differences aside and came together to form one team to play
against our neighbors from the north in
some friendly exhibition games.▒

On Friday afternoon our “WNY UNITED” team took on the Sir James Whitney
School for the Deaf from Belleville,
Ontario.▒ Considering that SMSD & RSD had never played together before,
the coaching staff was pleasantly
surprised as to how well they seemed to work together.▒ It was the first
time that either school had played 11v11
against another deaf team all season.▒ We saw good communication on both
the offensive and defensive sides of the
field and it was nice to see the boys enjoying playing with each other for
a change.▒ The WNY UNITED team dictated
the tempo of the game from start to finish and won 8-4.▒ Nick Barrus had
two goals off of nice assists from some
Wildcat players and Cole Rodgers, Isa Habeeb and Tyler Mondo-Goodrich all
played very steady defense.▒ Chris
Martin split time in goal with the keeper from Rochester and made a few
key saves to keep our lead intact.▒ At the
end of the match the team was excited to play with each other again.

Our second game of the weekend was on Saturday morning against EC Drury
School for the Deaf from Milton, Ontario.▒
Having watched this team play the day before, our WNY UNITED team new that
this was going to be a much harder
challenge.▒ EC Drury was a large team that had some skilled players and
the advantage of having played together
all season long. ▒Unfortunately mother nature also played a significant
role in how the match progressed.▒ It was
pouring rain throughout the entire game making field conditions less then
favorable.▒ EC Drury took advantage of
some defensive breakdowns as well as some key injuries on our offense.▒
The Canadians got the better of us in game
#2 by the score of 6-0.

Overall it was a wonderful experience to not only have played against
teams from another country but to play with
RSD as friends.

Our last game is this Thursday at home against West Seneca Christian.
Please come and support our squad as we look
to end the our season on a high note.

 

 

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DeafDigest Sports – October 19, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

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

- football game of year becomes a rout

- Gallaudet women’s soccer big win

- updated football scores
Facebook:
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Twitter:
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won/lost records – as of October 19, 2014
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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

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football scores

Oct 14 Oklahoma at Windsor Hills Baptist
(cancelled; opponent did not field a team this season)

football scores
Colorado 1 Deer Trail 0 (forfeit win)

Florida 47 Alabama 14
Illinois 58 Michigan 6
Louisiana 56 Carolinas 6
Maryland 60 Indiana 0
Missouri 62 Iowa 60
South Carolina 30 Georgia 0
Wisconsin 66 Arkansas 24

Harker 32 Fremont 28
Memphis FCA 50 Mississippi 18
Animus 1 New Mexico 0 (forfeit)
Bagdad 63 Phoenix 14
Polytechnic 48 Riverside 14
John Paul II 27 Texas 24
MMK 42 Washington 30

score not reported
Oct 16 Oregon hosts Perrydale JV

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upcoming football games

Oct 20 Oregon hosts Falls City JV

Oct 21 Minnesota at Cleveland (state playoffs)

Oct 23 South Carolina hosts Fountain Inn Christian
Oct 23 Washington at Portland Lutheran
Oct 23 Kansas hosts Independence Home School
Oct 23 Florida hosts Taylor-Pierson
Oct 23 Iowa at Illinois
Oct 23 Wisconsin at Marantha Academy

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

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

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Gallaudet football

Eagles clip Bison as GU suffers first ECFC loss
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/fball/2014-15/releases/recap_husson

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Gallaudet volleyball

Bison roll in three straight sets past Cazenovia
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wvball/2014-15/releases/recap_caz

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Gallaudet women’s soccer

Gallaudet nets nine goals in a game for the first time since 2005
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wsoc/2014-15/releases/recap_cse

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Gallaudet cross country

Gallaudet men’s cross country places 6th at Hood College Open, women’s team finishes 12th
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mxc/2014-15/releases/recap_hood

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Gallaudet swimming

Anna Polivanchuk wins three events as GU comes up short in Frostburg State sweep
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wswimdive/2014-15/releases/recap_frostburg

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Fremont football

The coaches knew that we were not approaching an advantageous time despite
playing our best game of the season a week before against Stellar Prep.
This was because Harker is young, very underrated, and improving every week
and on top of that, we would be without four starters, including our
starting Quarterback. Our new game plan without these mainstays seemed to
be great on first glimpse only to become a nightmare once the game flow
settled in. Harker outplayed us in every phase of the game and we made the
big plays and big stops but struggled to establish our identity in the game.
As a result of that, it was a heartbreaking 32-28 loss for us who had a lot
to lose while Harker had everything to gain and nothing to lose.

Despite this mishap, our season is far from over and we feel that we have
the tools to be dominant with the right ingredients and health coming our
way. We will be going to Riverside on Saturday October 25 to play our
sister school in the 41th “Big Game”.

Passing:
Zornoza 2-5, 5yd, 2INT
J.Pedersen 0-1, INT

Rushing:
J.Pedersen 29-213, TD
Wemmer 12-51, TD
Harmount 5-26

Receiving:
Wemmer 2-5

Defensive:
Amann 18t
Wolfangle 11t
Harmount 10t, 1s
Lopez 9t, 1s
Monroe 8t
Boren 7t, pd
J.Pedersen 7t, 3int, 2pd
Ponce 6t
Wemmer 4t, 1int
Duran 4t
Bustamante 3t, 2pd
Enriquez 2t
Scognamgilio 1t, 3pd

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Georgia football

newspaper story

GSD Tigers shut out on road

Georgia School for the Deaf.s football team was handed a shutout Saturday
with a 30-0 loss to South Carolina School for the Deaf and Blind.
.We just couldn.t put anything together on offense,. said GSD head coach
Erik Whitworth. .They had some really fast guys. We held them pretty good
on defense. We had a couple of good runs, but we couldn.t break anything
loose..

GSD next faces Louisiana School for the Deaf in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on
Saturday. The game will be the final of the season for the Tigers.

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Maryland football

ISD   0    0     0   0    0
MSD   12   28   20   0   60

MSD (6-2) won over Indiana (7-2) 60-0.  MSD offense had a total of 441 yards (400 rushing and 41 passing). 
Indiana had a total of 103 yards (51 rushing and 52 passing).  Second half was played with a running clock.

Scoring summary
First Quarter
(MSD) Latin 2 run (run failed) 8:17
(MSD) Orozco 26 pass from Biskupiak  (pass failed) 4:27

Second Quarter
(MSD) Latin 7 run (Maucere pass from Biskupiak) 11:55
(MSD) Latin 80 run (run failed) 6:52
(MSD) Latin 71  run (Werner run) 3:03
(MSD) Bonheyo 60 run (run failed) 0:03

Third Quarter
(MSD) Seremeth 40 run (Biskupiak run) 11:26
(MSD) Perry 32 run (run failed)
(MSD) Sanchez 16 fumble return (run failed)

MSD Individual Statistics
Rushing
Austin Latin 11 for 183 yards 4 TDS
Jake Bonheyo 4 for 87 yards  1 TD
Egan Seremeth 3 for 60 yards 1 TD

Passing
Damon Biskupiak  2-4 for 41 yards 1 TD

Receiving
Mauricio Orozco 1-26  1 TD
Giovanni Maucere 1-15

Indiana Individual Stats
Rushing
Robert Lewis 13 for 53 yards
Preston Kelly 8 for  - 11 yards

Passing
Preston Kelly 10 out of 22 for 52 yards and 3 interceptions

Receiving
Lance Wood    7 for 38 yards
Dante Paulone 2 for 8 yards
Cody Crace 1 for 4 yards

Interceptions
Jake Bonheyo – 1 for 37 yards
Julio Diaz – 1 
Mauricio Orozco – 1

Before our game, Indiana’s QB, Preston Kelly passed for 2,476 yards and
30 touchdowns. Indiana was averaging 309 yards passing per game.  We
stopped them to only 52 yards passing and intercepted him 3 times. 
Also Indiana was averaging 41.6 points per game.  Their top receiver,
Dante Paulone was number 3 in the nation with 65 receptions for 1,284 yards. 
He caught only 2 for 8 yards today.
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Minnesota football

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DeafDigest Sports – October 18, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

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

– a volleyball team qualifies for state playoffs

– a heartbreaking football defeat in the final minute

– other scores

– Friday football scores

Facebook:
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Twitter:
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won/lost records – as of October 19, 2014
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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

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upcoming football games
Oct 14 Oklahoma at Windsor Hills Baptist
(cancelled; opponent did not field a team this season)

football scores
Colorado 1 Deer Trail 0 (forfeit win)
Missouri 62 Iowa 60

Harker 32 Fremont 28
Animus 1 New Mexico 0 (forfeit)
Bagdad 63 Phoenix 14
Polytechnic 48 Riverside 14
John Paul II 27 Texas 24
MMK 42 Washington 30

score not reported
Oct 16 Oregon hosts Perrydale JV

Saturday’s games
Oct 18 Indiana at Maryland
Oct 18 Arkansas at Wisconsin
Oct 18 Memphis FCA at Mississippi
Oct 18 Louisiana at Carolinas (at Wilson)
Oct 18 Georgia at South Carolina
Oct 18 Florida at Alabama
Oct 18 Michigan at Illinois

Oct 21 Minnesota at Cleveland (state playoffs)

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ESDAA-II volleyball tournament

https://sites.google.com/a/mksd.org/mk-njsd-athletics/

just scroll down to the lower part of the screen to get
the listing of scheduled matches

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Florida volleyball

October 16, 2014

Eagle’s View vs. FSDB

SENIOR NIGHT

Away

11-12

0-4 (District)
Wow this was a battle tonight and probably our best game of the
season! Unfortunately, we didn’t have the
stamina (due to the travel and the amount of games we’ve played the last
two weekends) to pull out the win.
However, the girls have nothing to be ashamed of They fought hard
tonight. The first game, we were down 13-24
and fought our way back to 24-24 (thanks to Aries amazing serving), before
eventually losing 27-25. We won the
second game and just slowly started to lose steam. The girls never gave
up, but it was a bit of a roller coaster
ride the entire night. They are definitely eager to see Eagle’s View in
the District Tournament on Monday!

Eagle’s View
27

22

25

25

FSDB
25

25

23
The next game will be the District Tournament at University Christian.
We will play Eagle’s View on Monday,
October 20. Varsity plays at 6:00. Come out and support the girls,
if you can! If we win, we’ll play Providence
at 6:00 on Tuesday. If we lose, our season will be over.

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Fremont football

newspaper story

Keanu Forbes scored on a 1-yard run with 1:03 remaining, leading Harker to victory.
Forbes also picked off the final pass by CSD to preserve the 32-28 win

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Iowa volleyball

Iowa Deaf vs. Missouri Deaf

Played volleyball WED night at Missouri when we arrived after driving all
day. âWhat an enjoyable match it was!â
We played relaxed the whole game.â We moved well and our passing
improved.â The Lady Bobcats enjoyed a TEAM win as
they beat Missouri in 4.â The first two games Coach Lechner subbed girls
in and out.â At one time I had 5 starters
on the bench.â The reserve players saw good playing time and gained
valuable playing experience.â The third game
the reserve players could not keep up with Missouri’s good serves and
aggressive play as Missouri Deaf took the
3rd game.â The 4th game was much of the same, starters then subs.â ISD
cruised to victory and their 10th win of
the season.âââ This year has been unreal!ââ The TEAM work that
has transpired and the encouragement of everyone on
this team is amazing.ââ I truly love coaching this year!!

Great senior leadership from Brianna Vargo and Kalynn Coulter make my job
easy this year.â The team has just been
real positive!!!

Next game we play Illinois Deaf on Oct 23rd.â Never been to Illinois
before in my 21 years coaching,â It will be a
great time!!

Scores:

25
11

25
22

16
25

25
15
STATS:

Brianna
Vargo
13-15 serving, 3 aces,â 5 set assists, 3 kills,â 2 digsââ (greatned
overall game)

Annie
White
10-12 serving, 5 aces,â 2 set assits, â11 kills, 3 digsâ (great
overall game)

Kalynn
Coulter
Serving machine——26-28,â 9 acesâ *her best ever*

Emily
Lachin
1 set assits, 3 kills,ââ *her best game *

Katie
Brown
100% serving, 2 aces,â 75% hitting, 1 digâ (most improved player
on the team)

Stephanie
Perez
`3-4 serving, 1 ace,â 1 kill

Autumn
Winter
4-5 serving, 1 ace,ââ

Kelsey
Lachin
1-2 serving, 1 ace,â 100% hitting, 1 kill,â 1â dig

Jaymee
keen
2-3 serving,â 100% hitting

Ana Rosa
torres
5-6 serving 2 aces,

Kayla
Engel
1-1 serving,

Record: 9 winsâ 11 loses

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Iowa football

ISD Bobcat Football looses heartbreaker to Missouri School for
the Deaf

  ISD:60    MSD:62
The ISD Bobcats traveled 5.5hrs to Fulton, Missouri to play a heartbreaker
of a game against Missouri School for the Deaf. Everyone put forth their
best
effort. However, we were not able to make the plays when needed. Which
resulted in 20pts being left on the field. Late in the 4th quarter we had
the
opportunity to win the game. It was 3rd and 17yds, we ran a sweep play
with an empty backfield, but Marcos Ibarra’s pass was dropped in the end
zone.  Now
4th and 17yds, Marcos Ibarra was unable to find a receiver. which resulted
in him being sacked. Following our attempt to capture the win Missouri
School for
the Deaf just took a knee and that was game. The boys went into the game
confident, I could not be more satisfied with the fight they put into
today’s game.

Our last game is away against Illinois school for the Deaf next
Saturday October 23rd. 

Rushing
Marcos Ibarra had 23 carries for 134yds with 3TDs~ 5yds  4yds  41yds late
in the which put us ahead.
Andre Witherspoon had 28 carries for 100yds with 3TDs~ 9yds  4yds  15yds

Passing
Marcos Ibarra threw 3-15 for  73yds  3TDs all to Layne Guerro (look below
for yardage)
**FR Layne Guerro 3TDs 27yds  22yds  24yds-all in 3rd quarter

Tackle Leaders
Marcos Ibarra with 10 tackles.
Dalton Rosch with 5 tackles and 1 INT
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Learning Center soccer

We played a good game against Boston University Academy as we led 1-0 in
the first half. The Galloping Ghosts team had been successful on their
defensive
tactics to keep BUA scoreless for most of the game.

BUA took advantage of scoring goal from the penalty kick in less than 10
minutes and then scored again by pressuring on our back line with 5
minutes left of
game.

Iromilison Centeio (Sr) had a goal
Wesley Silva (Fr) made 21 saves

Record: 4-8

Next game: Boston Trinity Academy at TLC on Tuesday

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Maryland volleyball

Homecoming Matches
Maryland beat Perry Hall, 3-0Scores: 25-2, 25-0, 25-9
Record:  32-3-1

Stats
Bridget Berrigan
7 assists, 1 ace

Brooke Bonheyo
9 assists, 6 aces

Adele Daniels
21 kills,1 assist, 5 digs, 3 aces

Karita Lewis
4 kills, 1 assist

Tessa Lewis
7 kills, 1 assist, 2 digs, 13 aces

Kaitlyn Weeks
9 assists

Carolyn Wiley
5 assists, 5 aces
Maryland beat Fairfax Hawks 3-1Scores: 25-25-18, 25-10, 23-25, 25-21
Record:  33-3-1

Stats

Bridget Berrigan
8 assists, 4 digs

Brooke Bonheyo
2 kills, 21 assists, 15 digs, 2 aces

Adele Daniels
15 kills,2 blocks, 8 digs

Monique Johnson
1 kill, 1 block

Karita Lewis
5 kills, 1 block, 5 digs, 5 aces

Tessa Lewis
18 kills, 1 block, 11 digs, 1 ace

Kaela Luttrell
7 digs, 2 aces

Kaitlyn Weeks
9 digs, 2 aces

 

Maryland JV beat Fairfax Hawks
Scores 25-20, 25-15
Record: 10-4

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Minnesota football

http://www.southernminn.com/faribault_daily_news/sports/article_8d40ebbd-c9b3-5a4a-a790-2fc42eee474d.html#.VEHF6GNt3m4

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Ohio sports

Ohio Volleyball

10/16/14

Veritas Academy 25-25-25
OSD 7-19-19

Season ended at 7-13 worksheet.

Basketball Coaches are:
Boys:
Sammy Taylor, Head Coach
William Schmidt, Assistant Coach

Girls:
Dawn Johnson, Head Coach
Kallie Mendenhall, Assistant Coach

Cheerleading:
Brooke Hohlbaugh, Head Coach
Kaleigh Bowling, Assistant Coach

First game will be on December 2nd.

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Phoenix football

Bagdad 63, Phoenix 14

PDSD lost its final game of the season to state number one ranked Bagdad
High School by a score of 63 to 14 in Bagdad last night,

Ajo High School, by the way, yesterday announced a forfeiture of the game
in which Ajo beat PDSD on Oct. 10, This resulted in the only win of the
season for PDSD.

The final season record is 1-7.

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Texas volleyball

SJD 16 21 21
TSD 25 25 25

TSD 19-21 (5-7)

We have qualified for TAPPS state playoffs, we
will be playing against Bourne Geneva in the opener-

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Texas football

newspaper story

Guardians win another tight battle

In thrilling come-from-behind fashion, Schertz Saint John Paul II squeaked
out their second straight win . a 27-24 triumph over Texas School for the
Deaf.

The Rangers held a 24-14 lead in the fourth quarter before two
fourth-quarter JPII touchdowns, including Joe McCabe.s game-winning run
from 35 yards out.

 

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DeafDigest Sports – October 17, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:


http://deafdigestsports.com/

 
- football team in playoff game

- another high scoring football thriller

- volleyball and soccer updates

 

 

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won/lost records – as of October 17, 2014
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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

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upcoming football games
Oct 14 Oklahoma at Windsor Hills Baptist
(cancelled; opponent did not field a team this season)

football scores
Missouri 62 Iowa 60

MMK 42 Washington 30

score not reported
Oct 16 Oregon hosts Perrydale JV

today’s games
Oct 17 Riverside hosts Polytechnic
Oct 17 Colorado at Deer Trail
Oct 17 New Mexico hosts Animus
Oct 17 Fremont at Harker
Oct 17 Texas at John Paul II
Oct 17 Phoenix at Bagdad

Saturday’s games
Oct 18 Indiana at Maryland
Oct 18 Arkansas at Wisconsin
Oct 18 Memphis FCA at Mississippi
Oct 18 Louisiana at Carolinas (at Wilson)
Oct 18 Georgia at South Carolina
Oct 18 Florida at Alabama
Oct 18 Michigan at Illinois

Oct 21 Minnesota at Cleveland (state playoffs)

Fremont volleyball

CSD d. Fremont Christian 3-0, BCL▒

Irisa MacAulay: 9 kills, 4 digs, 2 block, 1 ace

Farrah Harmount: 10 kills, 14 digs, 2 aces
Chelsea Pedersen: 8 kills, 7 assists, 7 digs, 2 blocks

Brianna Dike: 21 assists, 3 kills, 18 digs, 1 block

League: 9-0, overall: 13-10

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Indiana football

newspaper story

>>>Turnaround stories: Southport caught everyone’s attention last year,
going 11-1 and winning a sectional after back-to-back 5-5 seasons. The
Cardinals are at it again, taking a 7-1 record into Friday’s game against
Perry Meridian. Beech Grove has been a good story this season, taking a
5-3 record to Mooresville on Friday after a two-win campaign in 2013. Or
how about Indiana Deaf? The Deaf Hoosiers, without a winning season since
2007, are 7-1 going into Friday’s game at Maryland Deaf.

>>>All the numbers: Keep an eye on the record books as we get into
tournament play. Winchester junior Kiante Enis has 2,360 yards through
eight games, putting him in shouting distance of the single-season state
record, set by New Haven’s Cory Jacquay with 3,366 in 2001 depending on
how far Winchester advances. McCutcheon’s Blake Elming (2,052) and
Columbus East’s Markell Jones (2,036) could also make a run at it. Indiana
Deaf’s Dante Paulone (1,284 receiving yards) is quickly rising on the
single-season list, although Gehrig Dieter’s record of 2,171 set at South
Bend Washington in 2011 is probably out of reach.

Learning Center volleyball

SCORE: Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall 3, The Learning Center for the Deaf 0
(25-10, 25-9, 25-12)

Today the TLC Lady Ghosts hosted the CH-CH Chargers. Our home attendance
was bigger than usual as a result of our soccer match being canceled due
to the weather. Unfortunately, we couldn’t inspire ourselves to play to
our full potential and we gave up another three-set sweep.

In the first set, Kayla LoBrutto (So.) had 2 Kills and Louise Applegate
(Sr.) had an Ace and 2 Digs. We could only manage a couple of service
points and CH-CH took the first set 25-10. CH-CH’s #11 had 7 unanswered
service points and co-captain #14 tallied 5 more.

TLC played with a lot of emotion in the beginning of the 2nd set and
fought to a 8-9 deficit. The Chargers’ #3 then scored 5 service points
and we lost our focus. #14 got the ball back for the 15th point and
scored the next 10 service points to secure a very easy 25-9 victory for
CH-CH.

In the third set, we remembered to use our three touches and we were able
to play a more exciting and satisfying brand of volleyball. Our defense
needs work and our players bunched together too closely, enabling the
Chargers to score a few easy kills by making deep shots over our back
row’s heads. Receiving serves under pressure was another challenge that
we couldn’t overcome today. CH-CH took the match with a 25-12 set win.

TODAY’S TLC STATS
Louise Applegate – 1 Ace, 1 Assist, 2 Digs, and 3 Receptions
Heather Hall – 1 Kill, 1 Assist, and 2 Digs
Kayla LoBrutto – 2 Kills and 1 Reception
Manju Canuel – 1 Ace and 2 Receptions
Christine Vargas – 1 Kill and 2 Receptions
Norma Aldana – 1 Kill and 1 Reception
Emily Zeringue – 1 Assist and 1 Dig

Our record is now 0-10 (0-7). Our next match will be a home tilt with the
American School for the Deaf. It is scheduled to start at 3:45 P.M. on
Thursday October 23.
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Lexington soccer

New Jersey(NJSD) & Pennsylvania (PSD) 1 Lexington 12

East Elmhurst, N.Y.- New Jersey and Pennsylvania Schools merged to have
one team. Lexington was shocked at first because New Jersey’s Juan
Ventura-Colaj
scored the game’s first goal at 23rd second into the game! The Blue Jays
got their game plan together once again and made 8 goals in the first
half. Then we
scrambled up the players’ positions and let all of the subs play in the
2nd half. We managed to score 4 more goals. Joey Pon was the goaltender in
the 1st
half and allowed only one goal also made NO SAVES. Jia-Cheng Huang took
over the goaltending duties and made 4 saves. A new record was made at
Lexington as
10 different Lexington players scored a goal in this game.
Goals: Samer Abualya (2), Jorge Ortega (2), Fernando Cardona, Adrian
Rivera, Raymond Mukhailov, Jaime Pavia, Dilshane Senevirante, Tanvir
Chowdhury, Noah
Aljahmi, & Joey Pon
Assists: Raymond Mukhailov, Samer Abulaya, Tanvir Chowdhury, Jaime Pavia,
& Jorge Ortega
Saves: Joey Pon (0) & Jia-Cheng Huang (4)
Season Record: 4-8-2 (Deaf Schools: 4-0-0)
Next Game: ESDAA Metro tournament hosted by New York school for the Deaf
(NYSD)

Friday’s schedule

2 PM: American (ASD) vs New York (NYSD)

4 PM: Western Penna (WPSD) vs Lexington (Lex)

Saturday’s schedule

9 AM: Consolation Game (loser vs loser)

11 AM: Championship Game (winner vs winner)

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland beat Mt. Airy Christian Academy, 3-0Scores: 25-17, 25-9, 25-6
Record: 31-3-1

Stats
Bridget Berrigan
7 assists, 1 ace

Brooke Bonheyo
10 assists, 1 ace

Adele Daniels
17 kills,1 dig, 3 aces

Paula Hare
1 dig

Monique Johnson
2 kills, 1 block, 1 dig

Karita Lewis
3 kills, 1 dig, 6 aces

Tessa Lewis
8 kills, 4 digs, 8 aces

Kaela Luttrell
1 dig, 1 ace

Kaitlyn Weeks
5 assists, 3 aces

Carolyn Wiley
3 assists

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Michigan volleyball

It was parents night at Michigan School for the Deaf, 10-16-14.The
Lady Tartars played St Thomas More Academy. Another close and exciting
match and
we’ll see each other again come districts. We played all 5 sets; scores
were 1: 13-25, 2: 25-17, 3: 25-21, 4: 21-25, 5: 7-15. If we would have
had a
better serving percentage tonight, we wouldve had them! St Thomas More
won 3-2 sets. Our passing and setting game was better than normal, but we
couldn’t deliver as many kills as we were used to. Jasmine Chamberlain
was on fire tonight with 38 good passes while receiving and 16 serves over
the
net. Rebecca Davis sets were amazing tonight allowing our team to get 21
kills, Hannah Wears getting 11 of them. Of course our defense
specialist, Kassie
Ross, did not disappoint either. She received 27 serves beautifully, had
3 assists, and 2 kills tonight. Great job Lady Tartars! We’ll get them
next
time!

We have 2 games next week. Monday we’ll be playing on Landmark
Academy’s home turf at 5:00pm. Thursday is our big Pink Out event, where
all our
proceeds will be donated to the sideout foundation and breast cancer.
Thursday we will be playing a new opponent, Waterbrook Academy, at home at
5:00pm.

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Minnesota football

Section 2-9 Man Seeding Tabulation

#7 MSAD @ #2 Cleveland 10/21/2014 7:00 PM

MN-Scores 9man Football Leaders: http://www.minnesota-scores.net/leaders.php?yid=1415&sport=104&class=1

http://www.southernminn.com/faribault_daily_news/sports/article_c0498603-e2ef-57e5-b422-b20cc392c00b.html
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Minnesota volleyball

http://www.southernminn.com/faribault_daily_news/sports/article_e0bdb0cb-b51c-5024-bcb5-526ee9758662.html
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Missouri football

Missouri over Iowa 62-60. The Eagles finish their season 2-4.
newspaper story

Eagles finish season with crazy 62-60 win over Iowa
Allen breaks out for nine TDs to ignite MSD

Missouri School for the Deaf junior quarterback Joseph Allen accounted for
nine touchdowns as the host Eagles ended their season with a wild 62-60
victory over the Iowa School for the Deaf Bobcats on Thursday.

Allen threw for 217 yards and three scores, while racking up 264 yards
rushing and six touchdowns on just 14 carries. Allen also added 23 tackles
from his linebacker spot on defense.

Senior wide receiver Benson Goodwin had five catches for 157 yards and two
scores for MSD, while adding 12 tackles on defense. Sophomore running back
Ste’Quan Scott collected four receptions for 60 yards and a touchdown
and equalled Allen with 23 tackles from his linebacker position.

Junior defensive lineman Noe Garcia ended up with 15 tackles, sophomore
defensive lineman Scotty Percy totalled 13 and sophomore linebacker Markus
Smith added 11.

The Eagles finished the season with a 2-5 record.

I am very proud of all of my boys and I am looking forward to next
year, MSD head coach Stacy Pittmon said.

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Missouri volleyball

The varsity Lady Eagles, now 1-15 lost to a very strong Calvary Lutheran
volleyball team, 12-25; 4-25. Sophomore, Elizabeth Harrison was 100% with
her serve
receives, freshman, Melissa Davis was 80% and sophomore, Avalon Saxton
was 78%.
This was a wonderful year for volleyball at MSD. Although our record is
1-13 our girls showed tremendous improvement from start to the end. The
girls have
developed more confidence in their skills and that of their teammates.
They are moving to the ball and▒ keeping the ball in play. Most of all
they are having
FUN!
The JV team also lost their match to the Lady Lions, 12-25; 18-25. The
junior varsity team were led in scoring by So. Elizabeth Harrison 4 points
and Sr.
Azara Macker 3 points.
Good Job EAGLES!!!!

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New York volleyball

NYSD Girls won a game against French-American, 2-0.

Fanwood girls volleyball team defeated French-American in two straight
sets 27-25 and 25-14. It was another opportunity for all team members
to participate, making the coaches happy. Silmara Campos earned three
aces. Sophomore, Nicole Perrin, led the team with a good number of
servings including two aces. Our current record is 5-6. The Lady
Tornadoes will play against EF International on Tuesday, October 20th.
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New York soccer

Soccer report:

NYSD played at New Jersey School for the Deaf today. At the half, NYSD and
NJSD were 1-1. At the end of game, NYSD won by 3-1. Wigner Del Mota Cruz
scored 3 and missed 6 goals.

The record is 2-6

 

Soccer report:

NYSD went to EF Academy today. EF Academy led by 3-0 at the half time. At
the end of game, EF Academy won by 6-1. Agron Deski has 17 saves and Owen
Bandan has 1 goal. The game was rough and they played great.
The record is 2-7

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Rochester volleyball

RSD Girls Volleyball team play against Finney once again at our home
court. We lost to them 3-1

Brianna DiGiovanni – 6 kills and 5 digs
Felicia McGinnis – 14 aces
Marlena Rauber – 6 aces

25-19 W
25-23 L
25-11 L
25-21 L

RSD Girls Volleyball travels to Bishop Kearney as our second game and lost
to them 3-0.

Brianna DiGiovanni – 8 kills and 5 digs
Abigail Gonzalez 8 assists
Marlena Rauber – 3 kills

25-14 L
25-16 L
25-12 L

We will have our last several games in ESDAA Tournament in New Jersey
School for the Deaf next weekend.
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St Mary’s volleyball

Yesterday we, SMSD Girls Volleyball team, played against Global
Charter. Our SMSD Girls VB players played well
even though we lost all three games. We were without two experience
players – Ta’Leah Toney and Jasmine
Hollingsworth. We had to add Elise Watson to avoid forfeiting the game.
Elise did a great job playin! She does
not practice volleyball every day because she practices soccer with the
grade school two times a week. Tracy
White, Vaughntasia Hawkins, Amanda Martinez, Fatima Al Sabounji, and Cami
Cole played all three full games with
Elise. I had no one to sub at al. Wendy and I were proud of their
efforts and teamwork.

 

1st game 25 – 1 (SMSD lost)

2nd game: 25 – 12 (SMSD lost)

3rd game: 25 – 1 (SMSD lost)
Our record: 2 – 7 – 1

 

Our next game will be next week Thursday, October 23rd here at SMSD campus
at 3:30 against Niagara Catholic.

Washington sports

WSD Football and Volleyball Scores – 10/16/14
Volleyball – WSD 3 vs. PJII 1

Game 1: 25-23

Game 2: 25-16

Game 3: 22-25

Game 4: 25-21

Record: (5-6)
Football – WSD 30 vs. MMK 42

Record: (2-3)

Next game @ South Wasco – 5:00pm

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DeafDigest Sports – October 16, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/
- football games tonite

- assorted sports updates

- assorted miscellaneous stories
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won/lost records – as of October 16, 2014
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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

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upcoming football games
Oct 14 Oklahoma at Windsor Hills Baptist
(cancelled; opponent did not field a team this season)

Oct 16 Oregon hosts Perrydale JV
Oct 16 Washington hosts MMK
Oct 16 Iowa at Missouri

Oct 17 Riverside hosts Polytechnic
Oct 17 Colorado at Deer Trail
Oct 17 New Mexico hosts Animus
Oct 17 Fremont at Harker
Oct 17 Texas at John Paul II
Oct 17 Phoenix at Bagdad

Oct 18 Indiana at Maryland
Oct 18 Arkansas at Wisconsin
Oct 18 Memphis FCA at Mississippi
Oct 18 Louisiana at Carolinas (at Wilson)
Oct 18 Georgia at South Carolina
Oct 18 Florida at Alabama
Oct 18 Michigan at Illinois

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Alabama volleyball

Tuesday, October 14
Vincent 3 Alabama 2
25-17, 18-25, 25-13, 13-25, 15-7▒
Season record: 11 – 13

Area record: 4 – 2

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Alabama football

newspaper story

CHRIS SCOTT, ALABAMA SCHOOL FOR DEAF: Had 29 carries for 350 yards and
five touchdowns as the Silent Warriors beat Louisiana School for the Deaf
70-64 in eight-man football Saturday. Eddie Thomas had a 42-yard screen
pass for TD for the winning touchdown as time expired.

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American soccer

American 14
Governor Baxter school for the deaf (Maine) 4.

Maine arrived with only 7 players. We send two of our boys t
o Maine to make it even. ASD were leading 9-0 halftime and
we decided to let two of my boys(forward) to play for
Maine for the second half. I switched starter players to
second stringer players to play full 2nd half.

Our record 9-4

 

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Arkansas volleyball
Arkansas defeated Community Christian 3-0; 25-20, 25-16, 25-14
Next Game: Arkansas @ Wisconsin 10/18
Record: 6-14

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Fremont volleyball

CSD d. Athenian, 3-1Non-conference

Chelsea Pedersen: 10 kills, 6 assists, 4 aces, 9 digs and 2 blocks

Farrah Harmount: 8 kills, 2 aces, 21 digs

Brianna Dike: 3 kills, 18 assists, 17 digs, and a block

Irisa MacAulay: 8 blocks, 4 kills, 3 digs

Milana Boren contributed 14 digs and Bryana Morales brought in 4 blocks for the win.

25-12, 18-25, 25-14, 27-25

12-10 overall

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Fremont football

newspaper story

JAX PEDERSEN, California School for the Deaf, football, So. — Pedersen
rushed for 302 yards and a touchdown on 37 carries, and he also had five
tackles and an interception defensively in the Eagles’ 36-31 loss to
Stellar Prep.

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Indiana volleyball

newspaper story

Eastern Hancock volleyball suffered a 3-0 loss to Indiana Deaf on Tuesday.

The host Orioles beat the Royals 25-23, 25-18, 25-20.
Southwestern def. Indiana Deaf, 25-19, 20-25, 24-26, 25-14, 15-5
Lexington soccer

Lexington 2 Martin Luther 2

Flushing, N.Y.- Lexington Blue Jays traveled only 15 minutes to the
Flushing Meadows Park to play Martin Luther. We had 1-0 lead on Raymond’s
goal at
halftime. We added one more goal made by Jorge Ortega’s first goal of
career. Martin Luther came back as a wildfire and scored two goals to tie
the game as
we had several opportunities to take the victory and could not capitalized
on the shot attempts we made! Martin Luther was missing two players this
time.
Joey Pon made 9 saves even though he allowed two goals. Our defense played
their hearts out today.

Goals: Raymond Mukhailov & Jorge Ortega
Assists: Fernado Cardona
Saves: Joey Pon (9)

Season record: 3-8-2 (PSAA: 0-8-2)

Next game: MK/NJSD & PSD merged team at Lexington on Thursday, October
16th at 4 PM.

Note: We have added a HOME game against Mill Neck which will happen on
Tuesday, October 21st at 3:30 PM.

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Missouri volleyball

The 1-13 Lady Eagles fell to the Lady Bobcats of Iowa School for the Deaf
11-25; 22-25; 25-16; 15-25. Captains, Sr. Joyla Ingram and sophomore,
Avalon Saxton
led the attack against the Bobcats. Ingram was 83% on her service
receives, 71% passing and led the scoring with 10 service points. Saxton
was 87% on her
passes, 67% on her spike attack and contributed 6 points. Sophomore,
Elizabeth Harrison was very respectable with 63% serve receives, 80 %
passing and 5
points. Other notable performances were by sophomore Tyra Rogers, 60%
serve receives, 67% passing and 9 points. Freshman, Melissa Davis had 8
service points,
sophomore Madonna Moore 4 points and Sophomore, Cheyenne Dickerson added 1
point.
The next match for the Eagles will be Thursday, October 16 against Calvary
Lutheran. The game will be played at MSD, game time is 6 p.m.

 

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New Jersey sports

October 8th

volleyball
@ NJSD 22 167 22
DSD 25 25 25
The Lady Colt lost to DSD badly at their place. We lost again but put up a
better fight. Elvira Kabanova lead NJ with 11 service points. Liliana
Martinez had 8 service points and 3 aces.
October 8th
soccer
Scrimmage due to lack of players for Delaware

October 9th – soccer
@ Lewis School 2
NJSD 0
Freshman goalie Jose Maisonet has 9 saves. The Colts only had 4 shots on
goal the entire game.
October 14th
soccer
@ NJSD 1
NYSD 2
Juan Ventrua-Colaj scored the lone goal for the Colts, unassisted. Goalie
Jose Maisonet had 9 saves.
Soccer Season Record: 0 – 4 – 1

Volleyball
@NJSD 23 25 25 25
NYSD 25 18 22 20
Except for the first game where the Lady Colts were very sluggish, the last
three games were nip and tuck the entire way. Either team could have won.
Elvira Kabanova lead the team in service points with 17 and 2 kills.
Liliana Martinez lead the team in aces with 4. Eighth grader De’^YAvian
Watson had a great match with 12 service points and 2 aces.
Volleyball season record: 3 – 1

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Western Pennsylvania sports

SOCCER
last Thursday
tied Evangel Heights, 1-1

 

yesterday – lost to First Baptist, 5-1

LEAGUE RECORD: 4-7-1
OVERALL RECORD: 10-7-1

 

VOLLEYBALL
last Thursday

beat Evangel Heights, 3-0

 

yesterday

lost to First Baptist, 3-0 (15-25, 24-25, and 14-25)
LEAGUE RECORD: 6-9
OVERALL RECORD: 14-10

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rugby player in Australia

http://www.maitlandmercury.com.au/story/2630817/forbes-shares-his-story-for-deaf-week/

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international deaf basketball

http://www.parasport-news.com/mens-world-deaf-basketball-championship-required/683/
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USA national deaf basketball rosters

2014-2015 USA Deaf Women National Team: Juliana Apfel, Tori Faieta ,
Zamica Gage, Nukeitra Hayes, Paige Machacki, Crystal Marion, Shaquanna
McDonough, Raven Pentz, Christy Smith, Lindsay Stergio, Darriyan Thomas,
Claire Tucker, Danielle Warren, Sara Wnek

2014-2015 USA Deaf Men National Team: Jeremias Valencia , Layton Seeber ,
Raymond Nelson, Roger Printup , Ben Coleman, Anton Jackson, Orion Palmer ,
Steve Biskupiak, Josh McGriff, Daniel Fava, Rashad Gatlin, Ali Elimarsi,
Frank Jackson, Eldin Dorn, Macam Macam (TBD), Luke Adams (TBD), Michael
Lizzagara (TBD)
comment:
Michael Lizzagara is an interesting case. He is a dual USA-Mexican
citizen, and not sure how this plays out under international deaf
basketball rules.

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DeafDigest Sports – October 15, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:
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- Gallaudet updates

- volleyball & soccer updates

- updated won/lost records on line

- updated football scores on line

- two interesting tidbits at bottom

 

 
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won/lost records – as of October 15, 2014
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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

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upcoming football games
Oct 14 Oklahoma at Windsor Hills Baptist
(cancelled; opponent did not field a team this season)

Oct 16 Oregon hosts Perrydale JV
Oct 16 Washington hosts MMK
Oct 16 Iowa at Missouri

Oct 17 Riverside hosts Polytechnic
Oct 17 Colorado at Deer Trail
Oct 17 New Mexico hosts Animus
Oct 17 Fremont at Harker
Oct 17 Texas at John Paul II
Oct 17 Phoenix at Bagdad

Oct 18 Indiana at Maryland
Oct 18 Arkansas at Wisconsin
Oct 18 Memphis FCA at Mississippi
Oct 18 Louisiana at Carolinas (at Wilson)
Oct 18 Georgia at South Carolina
Oct 18 Florida at Alabama
Oct 18 Michigan at Illinois

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Gallaudet sports

Gallaudet kicker Eric Setzer named ECFC Special Teams Player of the Week
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/fball/2014-15/releases/ecfcpow-week6

Alex Close and Kali Frowick named September Bison of the Month
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/news/2014-15/bom/september14

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American volleyball

We played against Westwood Christian and we lost. The score is
14-25, 12-25, and 20-25.

3-7 record

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Florida volleyball
11-11
0-4 (District)
We started the night off with a short presentation about the Dig Pink game
by junior, Briana Richards and sophomore, Evaynna Young. They talked
about the
impact that breast cancer has and how it has impacted their lives
personally, with both of their mothers currently going through treatments.
It was
inspirational! Thanks girls, for helping plan the event and sharing your
stories!! We will be donating proceeds from ticket sales, ribbon
donations, and
t-shirt sales to the Side-Out Foundation, which sponsors the Dig Pink
games.

I think the Varsity girls were still a bit tired from all of our traveling
over the past two weeks. We played well as a team, had good serving, and
communicated well. Overall the play was pretty good. However, we had
lots of errors and made the game look a lot closer than it should have.
Hopefully the
girls will get some more rest and will be ready to play on Thursday
against Eagle’s View! We lost to them early in the season and we owe
them!

 
Team
Game 1
Game 2
Game 3
Game 4
Game 5

First Coast Christian

21
17
17

FSDB

25
25

25
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Fremont volleyball

CSD d. Fremont Christian 3-0League

Farrah Harmount: 11k, 7 aces, 19 digs,  and an assist
Chelsea Pedersen: 7 k, 2 aces, 8 digs, 2 blocks and 3 assists
Brianna Dike: 17 assists, 4 kills, 16 digs, 2 aces

25-20, 25-22, 26-24

7-0 league, 11-10 overall

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Learning Center soccer

TLC 0 Waldorf 2

TLC struggled to shoot the ball at the net. TLC made some
errors in the fullback and Waldorf easily scored twice in the first half.

Waldorf made defensive change and had several players preventing
our offensive players from getting the ball.

-TLC goalkeeper Wesley Silva (Fr) had 12 saves

Record: 4-7

Next game: Thursday – Bradford Christian Academy at TLC

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Learning Center volleyball

SCORE: Gann Academy 3, The Learning Center for the Deaf 0 (25-21, 25-21,
25-12)

The midpoint of the TLC Lady Ghosts volleyball season has come and gone,
and both our team and individual players continue to improve little by
little.

In the first set, TLC started off with a convincing 7-2 lead. The Gann
Red Heifers would not back down and they broke our serve to take a lead.
The Lady
Ghosts did a fantastic job of keeping up for the entire set. The closest
we got was a 20-22 deficit, but Gann came out on top at the end of a
competitive
set, 25-21.

In the second half, both teams traded points off errors. Gann was a few
steps ahead, but TLC fought back to seize a 14-12 lead midway through the
set. We
played probably our best volleyball of the night and forced Gann to use up
both time-outs while we had not used any. We may be Ghosts, but that
doesn’t mean
we have great killer instinct; the Heifers overcame a 20-17 TLC lead to
score 4 service points and spring ahead 22-20. We couldn’t capitalize on
leading
server Louise Applegate (Sr.)’s turn to serve and the Gann won 25-21

Two very close sets wore our players out. We made too many mistakes and
Gann was able to score service point after service point. They received
little
resistance from us en route to a match-clinching 25-12 win. Even though
we couldn’t force a 4th set today, our players all tried very hard and
they know
what they need to work on for the next match.

TODAY’S TLC STATS
Heather Hall – 2 Aces, 2 Kills, 5 Digs, and 3 Receptions
Kayla LoBrutto – 3 Aces, 2 Kills, 4 Digs, and 1 Reception
Christine Vargas – 1 Ace, 1 Kill, 3 Digs, and 1 Reception
Louise Applegate – 3 Aces, 5 Digs, and 4 Receptions
Emily Zeringue – 1 Kill, 5 Digs, and 3 Receptions
Norma Aldana – 1 Ace, 1 Dig, and 4 Receptions
Naralee Perez – 1 Dig

Our record is now 0-9 (0-6).  Our next match is a home rematch against the
Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall Chargers this Thursday at 4:00 P.M.

 

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Lexington soccer

Lexington 0 Lawrence Woodmere Academy 7

Woodmere, N.Y.- Lexington Blue Jays played like a flat line on an EKG
machine in the first half allowing LWA score 5 goals. We dug a deep hole
to play for
the 2nd half and allowed 2 more goals. We could not get the ball in the
net as we only shot two times in the 2nd half. Lawrence Woodmere fared
very well as
they played better than the first match between us on September 10th. They
played a physical game as well. However, Joey Pon allowed 5 goals while
making 7
saves for the Blue Jays. Jia-Cheng Huang took over the goaltending job in
2nd half and allowed 2 and made only 1 save because our defense finally
woke up in
the 2nd half and gave they no easy shots to be made.

Goals:None
Assists: None
Saves: Joey Pon (7) & Jia-Cheng Huang (1)

Season record: 3-8-1 (PSAA: 0-8-1)
Next game: Lexington at Martin Luther on Wednesday, October 15th at 3:45
PM.

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland beat Mt. Airy Christian Academy, 3-0Scores: 25-17, 25-10, 25-16
Record: 30-3-1

Stats
Bridget Berrigan
3 assists

Brooke Bonheyo
11 assists, 5 digs, 1 ace

Adele Daniels
10 kills, 1 block, 8 digs, 3 aces

Paula Hare
2 digs

Monique Johnson
1 block

Karita Lewis
4 kills, 1 block, 4 digs, 3 aces

Tessa Lewis
11 kills, 1 assist, 14 digs, 4 aces

Kaela Luttrell
3 digs, 1 ace

Kaitlyn Weeks
5 assists, 7 digs, 1 ace

Maryland JV lost to MACA, 0-2
Scores: 23-25, 19-25
Record: 9-4
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Michigan volleyball

Madison didn’t show up last night because they pull team grades on
Monday and it appears based on the grades of
volleyball players, they didn’t have enough to play the game.

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Minnesota volleyball

eMac vb tourney- Msad defeated Christian life, 21-25, 26-24, 15-4,
to advance to championship tonight vs nova

Msad lost to nova in eMac championship, 21-25 and 22-25

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Mississippi volleyball

Here are the results for Mississippi School for the Deaf at the Mason Dixon Tournament in NC:

Pool play 10/10/14:
vs. Louisiana School for the Deaf,
2-1 Win
vs. Tennessee School for the Deaf,
2-0 Win

Third seed for double elimination tournament play 10/11/14:
vs. Tennessee School for the Deaf,
2-0 Win

vs. Alabama School for the Deaf,
0-2 Loss

vs. North Carolina School for the Deaf,
2-0 Win

vs. Tennessee School for the Deaf,
2-1 Win
(25-23, 27-29, 18-16)

vs. Alabama School for the Deaf,
2-0 Win
(25-10, 25-20)

Championship game vs. Florida School for the Deaf and Blind,
0-2 Loss
(9-25, 8-25)

MSD took second place for the first time in Mason Dixon History.
Our record is now 17-9 We are ranked 2nd pl
for Division II Deaf Schools on a National level.

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New York volleyball
NYSD vs NJSD
After a long weekend, a heartbreaking four set loss game to New Jersey
School for the Deaf today with an 25-23, 18-25, 22-25, and 20-25. In the
opener, the
Lady Tornadoes got off to an exciting start against New Jersey School For
the Dead. After dropping the first set the lady Tornadoes hung tough
throughout
most of the second, third, and forth set. The last match, the Lady
Tornadoes showed their true crafter by battle back and finished with a
20-25. Today, the
player made a lot of silly errors. The team earned six aces, one assist,
and a kill. Our current record is 4-6.

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Rochester soccer

RSD got their first league win against the #1 team in
their league, Intensity winning in dominating fashion, 4-1.
Ahmed Mahmoud played brilliant in the midfield after
returning from a minor injury. He went on to score one goal.
Captain Sam Ragona held the fort on defense.

RSD: 4
Intensity: 1
League Record: 1-6-3 —- End of season
Overall Record: 5-6-3

One non-league game left
3 Deaf against Deaf games left
League Playoffs begin 10/23/2014….
Will play top seed, Intensity @ their field.

 

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St Mary’s volleyball

First of all—-our SMSD Homecoming went quite well all Grade
School soccer, SMSD Varsity Boys team and our SMSD Girls Volleyball team all won.

Congratulations!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Great Job!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

SMSD Girls Volleyball won against PSD.  All of our girls played well. 
1st game: 26 – 24 (SMSD won)

2nd game: 25 – 14 (SMSD won)

3rd game: 25 – 10 (SMSD won)
Record 2-5-1
October 14th—
Today we played against West Seneca Christian.  We lost.
1st game: 25 – 13 (SMSD lost)

2nd game: 25 – 12 (SMSD lost)

3rd game: 25 – 18 (SMSD lost)

Our record: 2-6-1

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Texas volleyball

Faith 25 22 25 21 8
TSD 23 25 22 25 15

TSD 19-21 (4-7)

Thursday’s game against San Juan Diego will mark the
end of our regular season- –’If we beat SJD, we will be
extending our season by forcing a play-in game with
Faith on Tuesday-
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ranked deaf tennis player

Korean Duck Hee Lee holds the honour for being the youngest
to appear in the ATP rankings. The deaf tennis player won
his first points on the tour during the Viña del Mar tournamen
in 2013 shortly before turning 15.
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playing basketball for pay

it was learned that the NWAD plans to pay the players on
winning teams. In that case, would their collegiate
eligibility be jeopardized. This question was raised by a
basketball fan.

 

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DeafDigest Sports – October 14, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

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

- Saturday football scores

- upcoming football games

- volleyball tournament results

- Gallaudet updates

 

 

 

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won/lost records – as of October 11, 2014
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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

this edition is long because DeafDigest Sports editor was
away for a holiday weekend and had to catch up upon arriving
home.

Thank you for your patience.

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football scores
Alabama 70 Louisiana 64
Minnesota 58 Illinois 0
Oklahoma 80 Iowa 32
Tennessee 54 Carolinas 12
Tennessee 38 Mississippi 34
Washington 48 Oregon 22
Wisconsin 48 Kansas 12

Arkansas 38 Ridgeway 28
Florida 47 Beacon of Hope 20
Indiana 51 George Washington 25
Maryland 16 KIPP 14
Genoa-Hugo 1 Colorado 0 (forfeit)
Stellar Prep 36 Fremont 31
Madison Academy 54 Michigan 46
Ajo 70 Phoenix 30
Hamilton 53 Riverside 6
Oak Level 50 South Carolina 48
St Paul 43 Texas 0

score not reported
Oct 10 New Mexico hosts Vaughn

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upcoming football games
Oct 14 Oklahoma at Windsor Hills Baptist

Oct 16 Oregon hosts Perrydale JV
Oct 16 Washington hosts MMK
Oct 16 Iowa at Missouri

Oct 17 Riverside hosts Polytechnic
Oct 17 Colorado at Deer Trail
Oct 17 New Mexico hosts Animus
Oct 17 Fremont at Harker
Oct 17 Texas at John Paul II

Oct 18 Indiana at Maryland
Oct 18 Arkansas at Wisconsin
Oct 18 Memphis FCA at Mississippi
Oct 18 Louisiana at Carolinas (at Wilson)
Oct 18 Georgia at South Carolina
Oct 18 Florida at Alabama
Oct 18 Michigan at Illinois

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Great Plains volleyball tournament

GPSD Volleyball Tourney at KSD Oct. 10-11, 2014
Pool A
1 st – Minnesota
2nd – New Mexico
3rd – Arkansas
4th – Misouri

Pool B
1st – Wisconsin
2nd – Iowa
3rd – Kansas
4th – Oklahoma

Pool A
Arkansas 7 – 7 – 3
Minnesota 25 – 25 – 15

Arkansas 25 – 25 – 15
Missouri  23 – 20 – 11

Arkansas  14 – 16 – 6  
New Mexico 25 – 25 – 15

Minnesota  25 – 25 – 15
Missouri     9 – 7 – 6

Minnesota  25 – 25 – 15
New Mexico 10 – 8 – 6

New Mexico  25 – 25 – 12
Missouri     18 – 8 – 15

Pool B 
Iowa   25 – 14- 15
Kansas  24 – 25 – 14

Iowa  25 – 25 – 15
Oklahoma 17 – 14 – 9 

Iowa  16 – 22 – 12
Wisconsin 25 – 25 – 15

Kansas  25 – 25 – 15
Oklahoma 18 – 16 – 7

Kansas  22 – 25 – 7
Wisconsin  25 – 13 – 15

Wisconsin  25 – 25 – 15
Oklahoma  18 – 10 – 6

Saturday, Oct. 11..  Single Elimination 

Minnesota vs Oklahoma 
Iowa vs Arkansas 
Wisconsin vs Missouri
New Mexico vs Kansas

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Gallaudet football

Fourth quarter fumble leads to game-winning touchdown for Bison
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/fball/2014-15/releases/recap_becker

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Gallaudet women’s soccer

Bison blanked by SUNY Polytechnic Institute in NEAC road game
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wsoc/2014-15/releases/recap_sunypoly

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Gallaudet volleyball

Bison charge past Lancaster Bible on AVCA Dig Pink Night
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wvball/2014-15/releases/recap_lbc

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Gallaudet cross country

Bison cross country teams finish 9th and 10th at Goucher College
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wxc/2014-15/releases/recap_goucher

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Alabama football

newspaper story

Late touchdown leads ASD over visiting Louisiana School for the Deaf,
70-64

The Alabama School for the Deaf Silent Warriors scored a victory at home
Saturday against the Louisiana School for the Deaf War Eagles, 70-64, in
the waning seconds of an 8-on-8 football game.
Silent Warriors head coach Paul Kulick discussed the play that resulted in
a game-winning, 42-yard touchdown for running back Eddie Thomas.

“Wth nine second left, I called for a final timeout,” Kulick said
“We discussed on our few options, and we decided to go with our screen
pass on the last play.

“Ketrez Holman ran to the right side with five second left and passed to
Eddie Thomas. He ran straight with two broken tackles by LSD defenders,
and the time expired. We won that game. It was a great game for us.”
Thomas finished the evening with 260 rushing yards and four touchdowns on
20 carries and one catch for 42 yards and a touchdown.

Silent Warriors running back Chris Scott led the team in rushing with 29
carries for 350 yards and five touchdowns.

Though the game was a high-scoring shootout, Kulick credited his defense
for giving the offense its final possession.

“Gabe Bridges was our hero of the game because he forced a fumble with
less than a minute left in the fourth quarter, and Eddie Thomas recovered
it,” Kulick said.

The Silent Warriors (2-5) return home to face Florida School for the Deaf
on Oct. 18.

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Alabama volleyball

Mason Dixon Tournament

North Carolina School for the Deaf

Saturday, October 11, 2014

Tournament Bracket

Alabama 2â–’ Louisiana 0

25-23, 25-18

Alabama 2â–’ Mississippi 0

25-16, 25-18

â–’

Florida 2â–’ Alabama 0

25-14, 25-9

â–’

Mississippi 2â–’ Alabama 0

25-10, 25-20

â–’

Third Place – Mason Dixon Volleyball Tournament

2014 Mason-Dixon All-Tournament Team: â–’TeChana Dunklin-Alabamaâ–’

Season record: 11 – 12

Area record: 4 – 2

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Arkansas volleyball
GPSD VB Tourney at Kansas

â–’

Pool Play

â–’

New Mexico defeated Arkansas 3-0; 25-14, 25-16, 15-6

â–’

Minnesota defeated Arkansas 3-0; 25-7. 25-7, 15-3

â–’

Arkansas defeated Missouri 3-0; 25-23, 25-20, 15-11

â–’

First Round

â–’

Iowa defeated Arkansas 2-0; 25-21, 25-11

â–’

Next Game: Community Christian @ Arkansas 10/14

â–’

Record: 5-14

 

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Delaware volleyball
DSD vs. Aquinas

Aquinas 25-10

Aquinas 25-13

Aquinas 25-15

Lost 3-0

â–’

DSD vs American School for the Deaf

DSD 25-19

DSDâ–’ 26-24

ASD 25-14

DSD 25-19

DSD won 3-1

â–’

DSD vs. Learning Center

DSDâ–’ 25-6

DSD 25-4

DSDâ–’ 25-5

DSD won 3-0

â–’

DSD vs. Tome School

Tomeâ–’ 25-12

Tomeâ–’ 25-14

Tomeâ–’ 25-9

Lost 3-0

â–’

DSD vs. NJSD (scrimmage due to shortage of players)

DSDâ–’ 25-22

DSDâ–’ 25-16

NJSD 25-22

No record count

â–’

DSD Volleyball season record – 3-6

â–’

DSD Soccer vs NJSD (scrimmage due to shortage of players)

NJSD won 4-1

â–’

Vs. PSD this Wednesday will be scrimmage due to shortage of players.

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Delaware soccer – 1st year â–’(8 on 8)

â–’

DSD vs. Tome School JV

Tome JVâ–’ 4â–’ DSDâ–’ 1

â–’

DSD vs. New Jersey School for the Deaf

DSDâ–’ 1â–’â–’ NJSDâ–’ 1

â–’

DSD soccer season recordâ–’ â–’â–’0-1-1
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Florida volleyball

Mason-Dixon Tournament at the North Carolina School for the Deaf

Mason-Dixon Overall Summary

Congrats to the girls for bouncing back from a tough tournament last
weekend in Maryland.  I’m proud of them for putting it behind them,
working hard, playing as a team, and having good sportsmanship!
 CONGRATS girls on bringing home that gold ball for the seventh year
in a row!

We were seeded number five coming into the tournament.  We were 2-7
when we sent in our record, but luckily that was good enough to bring
us in at number five!  We were in Pool B with Virginia and South
Carolina.  We beat to Virginia (25-11, 25-21) and South Carolina
(25-10, 25-4) in Pool Play.  We were tied with Alabama for first seed
(both of us went undefeated in Pool Play), but we had less points
scored against us, so we seeded number one for Tournament Play.  

In Tournament Play, we beat North Carolina (25-10, 25-11), Kentucky
(25-8, 25-15), and Alabama (25-14, 25-12).  In the Championship Game,
we faced Mississippi and won (25-9, 25-9).  We finished the
tournament in 1st place!  This is the first time, that I can
remember, where we played different teams every game.  It was good to
play teams that we haven’t played in a LONG time!

We had two girls selected for the All Tournament Team.  They were
Middle Blocker/Setter, Shua Clay (senior) and Middle Blocker/Setter,
Megan Locker (sophomore).  This was Shua’s third year being selected
and Megan’s second!  Shua was also selected as the MVP for the
Tournament.  Way to go girls!!
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Fremont football

It was a strange first two quarters. The first saw CSD’s quick-snapping
offense owning the field for three long drives led by Quarterback Zane
Pedersen’s 9 straight completions to begin the game and it looked like
it would get lopsided quickly. Stellar Prep’s lone gem came from Arizona
State-offer Wide Receiver Darrell Adams’ kickoff return for a touchdown,
CSD led 18-6. The second quarter was the complete opposite as Stellar
Prep had three unanswered touchdowns for a 28-18 lead and CSD’s best threat
was intercepted by Colorado State-offer Defensive Back Chandler Gumbs.
Stellar also benefited of two more tipped passes that fell right into
Thunder arms. It then looked like CSD would fall apart but the Eagles
got together for a last-minute drive to score a touchdown only to be
negated by holding and settled on a field goal for a 21-28 halftime deficit.

The third Quarter was all CSD as the Eagles kept on coming back to
Sophomore Runningback Jax Pedersen who was all beat up but kept on
going for more and grinded for 302 yards with the longest run being
only 32 yards. Linemens Brandon Duran, David Ortiz, fullback Tristan
Boren, and tight end Malik Amann kept on pounding for open holes and
then Jax was magical in the rest. CSD finally tied the game with the
third quarter winding up and then went up 31-28 in the forth quarter
with five minutes left. That’s when Stellar Prep’s Quarterback and
San Jose State-signee Cameron Burston was his best connecting a long
drive of scrambles and short completions for the Thunder’s first
second-half score to make the game 36-31. CSD had a minute left and
full set of timeouts and orchestrated an incredible 60-yard drive to
the nine yard-line with nine seconds left. Unfortunately in the very
last play of the game, Burston leaped out from nowhere to intercept
Esau Zornoza’s pass between two open defenders in the end zone for a
Thunder victory.

I couldn’t have been prouder of our Eagles. Stellar Prep has probably
five NCAA Division-One talent and so Eagle speed was no match for the
Thunder which is a huge rarity. We also were physically outmatched in
every aspect of the game but the boys put in their heart until the very
end being patient while Stellar flashed with huge scores. We had 83 plays
and amassed 465 yards and Stellar Prep had 40 plays for 268 yards but
Cameron Burston was very efficient going 11-17 for 134 passing with a
score and 9-103 with rushing touchdowns. It was a very bitter loss
for what has been a special season so far for the Eagles but we will
regroup and get ready for the final stretch of our season.

Passing:
Z.Pedersen 14-20, 70yd, 3INT
Zornoza 0-1, INT

Rushing:
J.Pedersen 37-302, TD
Wemmer 13-52
Z.Pedersen 9-28, TD
Harmound 1-9, TD
Boren 1-4

Receiving:
Wemmer 7-30
J.Pedersen 2-17
Boren 4-15
Zornoza 1-8

Defensive:
Amann 12t
J.Pedersen 5t, INT
Wemmer 5t, INT
Ponce 5t, 1PD
Boren 4t, .5s
Monroe 3t, 1s, 1FF

Harmount 2t, 1s
Wolfangle 2t, .5t
Duran 1t, 1FR
Bustamante 1t, 1PD
Lopez 1t
Scognamgilio 1t

Special:
Ponce 3-3 FG, 30LG, 2-2 PAT
Pedersen 3-123 punts, 57LG
Wemmer 4-78 KR, 33LG
Harmount 1-24 KR

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Indiana volleyball

M1: International vs. Indiana Deaf.
in sectionals

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Indiana football

G3: Indiana Deaf at Indianapolis Shortridge.
in sectionals

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Iowa football

ISD 22
OSD 80

Marcos Ibarra ** had to switch from fullback to quarterback

14 carries of 112 yards; had a 53 yard run for touchdown,
55 yard kick off return for touchdown; threw 2 for 7 for
35 yards, including a 20 yard touchdown pass to Dalton Dunlap

Rosch Marcos lead the team in tackles with 6, followed by Brandon Dunlap
who had 5.

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Iowa volleyball

Iowa School for the Deaf “shocks” the GPSD nation by bringing home the 3rd
place trophy this past weekend in Olathe,KS. The Great Plains School for
the Deaf tournament held in Kansas this past weekend was two days of some
awesome volleyball by the Lady Bobcats. “We were the 7th seed going in
to the tourney, and we walk away with some hardware in the likes of 3rd place”.
I kept telling people don’t underestimate the Bobcats “. The seeding process
placed the Bobcats with four other teams separating us only by 8 points. The
first game of the tourney pitted the ISD Bobcats against the Kansas Jackrabbits
in the Pool play B. It was the biggest upset in tourney history!! A number 7
beats a number 2 seed. ?The Cats a much improved team in the past 2 weeks played
hard, intense, and surprisingly well?. This group of gals comes to prove they were
for real. ?I told the team before the game to play everything: point, serve,
pass, set, spike, dig? EVERYTHING!!! They did just that by pulling off the
first game in the set 25-24. Talk about shock central! Kansas would have no
part of losing in the 2nd game by taking the Bobcats 25-14. The third, WOW!
Intense play from Annie White, Brianna Vargo and Kalynn Coulter lifted the Bobcats
to victory and the upset 15-14. All ?6 cylinders of the bobcat engine worked
well together?. What a way to start the tourney!

The second game in pool play, the emotional roller coaster ride we were on
slowed down as the Firebirds of Wisconsin took the Cats in 3. Played slow
at first, but then the Cats started to feel the momentum change. Could not quite
get the engine going. Either though the loss, Brianna Vargo and Stephanie Perez
played real hard. ?It was hard to get back up from losing that first one to
Wisconsin,the 3rd seed but in the end girls played hard.? Many people told me
that the Cats are 150% improved from last year. They were surprised at the raw
talent and cohesion of the team.? That makes a coach feel real good. Thanks
for the compliments!

The third game of the pool play we faced Oklahoma, the 6th seed. Strong play from
Annie White (all-tourney player) dominated the net and Brianna Vargo was in the
right place at the right time earning 5 digs. Strong serving from the team allowed
the whole Bobcat team get a chance to play. ?Annie had 4 blocks, 5 kills, 6 digs,
she was all-tourney!? That victory placed the Bobcats in a tight race for the 2nd
seed in the bracket play. It came down to the Kansas and Wisconsin game that evening.
If Kansas won, then that moved the Cats to 3rd seed. Eventually it worked out
(Wisconsin wins) and the Cats move into bracket play against Arkansas School for the
Deaf on Saturday.

ISD faced Arkansas on Saturday in the first game of the single elimination tourney.
It was payback time as the Leopards beat the Cats earlier in the year in 5. ?It was
a close game last time we played, real close so I told the girls let?s prove we are
for real?. The girls played team volleyball. I am so proud of them, their teamwork
was awesome! Emily Lachin, Annie White, Brianna Vargo and Kalynn Coulter all contributed
immensely to the victory. All players on the Bobcat team played. Won in 2 straight
and the right to play defending champion and ?GIANT? Minnesota. We accomplished
what we came to do and more. Unbelievable!!!

Of course, Minnesota came to play as well. The very first point went on and on.
It was a great start to the match. I felt a small boost of confidence as well as
saw a small boost from the girls. They gave Minnesota a run, but in the end the
consistent play from the Trojans won the game.

For the consolation game (3rd) the Bobcats faced New Mexico. Strong serving from
Brianna Vargo and Kalynn Coulter and extremely aggressive net play from Annie White
boosted the Cats to it?s first ever victory against the Roadrunners.
?We won, we won, we beat New Mexico (first time in school history) and we won 3rd place?.

We took a huge lead from New Mexico in the 2nd set; 20-7. I subbed in my players so
they all could experience this victory. New Mexico never gave up! Talk
about cloud 9——-we are still riding that wave of emotions and excitement?
No one ever thought ISD would be in this position—we proved a lot of people wrong!
Those girls earned the right to be where they are? We won 4 games this weekend bringing
our season up to 8 wins now.

Take notice—complete turnaround from last season 3-18. If that is not what ?team of the year?
is about, I don?t know what is!! Sure, we did not win any Major championship?but the
growth that was demonstrated this past season deserves a second look!!

Our next game is Monday against a strong Clarinda Academy team. Then we travel to
Missouri and then to Illinois. Our record now is 8 wins and 10 losses.

Scores:
ISD KSD
25 24
14 25
15 14

ISD WISC
16 25
22 25
12 15

ISD OKLA
25 17
25 14
15 9

ISD ARK
25 21
25 11

ISD MINN
14 25
12 25

ISD N.M.
25 18
25 20

Annie White , soph was voted All-Tournament team. She finished with 35 kills ,
11 blocks, 14 digs, and only missed 4 serves all weekend. An honor well deserved!
Brianna Vargo finished with a strong tourney as well; 24 digs, 15 set assists,
and 94% serving. As far as I am concerned, she made MY all star team.:)

 
The Cinderella story continues as the Lady Bobcats find continued
success on the volleyball court.â–’ Their winning ways continued last
night as they beat a scrappy Clarinda Academy team in 4.â–’ “This
season is a complete turnaround from last year and it is a pleasant
surprise the team is playing so well”.â–’ We lost our first 7 games of
the season and now we have our 9th win of the year.

The reserve players from ISD played their heart out and saw
considerable playing time in the match.â–’ The first game went smoothly
as Annie White, Kalynn Coulter and Brianna Vargo took charge of the
game.â–’ We breezed through with a victory.â–’ The second game saw
multiple substitutions with good transition from Jaymee Keen, Kelsey
Lachin and Kayla Engel.â–’ “They played real well off the bench
tonight”.â–’ Clarinda would not be denied a win in the 3rd game.â–’ They
started to serve well and hit our weak areas.â–’ The 4th and final game
of the night started off sluggish but Brianna Vargo and Annie White
combined for the set / attack combo on numerous occasions and brought
the team back into the game.â–’ Kalynn Coulter took the rest of the
match into her hands as she served 10 straight points for the
victory.â–’ “This was truly a come from behind game and a team win for
the Lady Bobcats”.â–’ We were down 15-20 and fought hard to win”.

It is a good feeling to see all the players getting an opportunity to
play.â–’ We are now 9 wins and 11 loses and our next game we travel to
Missouri Deaf to face the Eagles.â–’ Should be another good game for
all of the Lady Bobcats.â–’ This year has truly been unbelievable and
very memorable.â–’

 
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Learning Center soccer

TLC 2 Fanwood 3

We traveled to New York School for the Deaf – Fanwood. We had only 11
players with no substitute. Fanwood took a leading 3-1 in the first
half as they took advantage of our silly mistakes. During the 2nd
half, TLC defense did great job in keeping Fanwood scoreless and
Dylan Christoffels scored the penalty kick.

-Dylan Christoffels (Fr) had two goals
-Goalkeeper Wesley Silva (Fr) had 17 saves

Record: 4-6

Next game: October 14 – Waldorf School at TLC

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Learning Center volleyball

DATE: Friday October 10, 2014
SCORE: New York School for the Deaf 3, The Learning Center for the
Deaf 0 (25-15, 25-12, 25-8)

Last Friday the TLC Lady Ghosts embarked on our longest road trip of
the season when we traveled to White Plains to take on the NYSD
Tornadoes.

In the first match, TLC had a strong start to take a 3-0 lead.  NYSD
got the ball back to pull off a lead.  The Lady Ghosts showed good
determination and cut down a 3-7 deficit behind Heather Hall (So.)’s
strong serving to lead 8-7.  Our game plan didn’t work out as we had
hoped.  The Tornadoes were able to score serve points and profit from
our mistakes to prevail 25-15.

TLC was competitive in the second set and had early 7-5 and 8-7
leads.  Fanwood pulled ahead 17-10.  TLC tried to mount a comeback to
trail 17-12, but NYSD were far more patient than the Ghosts were when
the ball was on their side of the court.  Fanwood used all three
touches to their advantage to set up kill after kill.  The rest of
the match went NYSD’s way, 25-12.

The beginning of the final set followed the same pattern.  Early TLC
leads (5-3 and then 6-5) but we just couldn’t maintain our momentum
and concentration for the entire match.  The Tornadoes were more
focused and jumped to a 12-6 lead.  We tried to make the match longer
by scoring the next two points.  However, Fanwood’s #7, who had 5
consecutive serving points in the first set, was even better for the
third set and ended the match by scoring an outstanding 12 seving
points!  Even more impressive was that both TLC time-outs were taken
in that span and her concentration couldn’t be broken.  TLC’s
receiving and defense have a long way to go if we hope to be more of
a challenge to teams like NYSD in the near future.

Our record is now 0-8 (0-5).  Next week will have two home rematches
for us: Tuesday October 14 against Gann Academy and Thursday the 16th
against Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall.  Both matches are scheduled for
4:00 P.M.

TODAY’S TLC STATS
Louise Applegate – 2 Aces, 1 Kill, 5 Assists, 4 Digs, and 11
Receptions
Heather Hall – 1 Ace, 3 Kills, 1 Assist, 2 Digs, and 2 Receptions
Emily Zeringue – 2 Aces, 2 Kills, 1 Dig, and 2 Receptions
Norma Aldana – 1 Kill, 3 Digs, and 6 Receptions
Kayla LoBrutto – 1 Ace, 2 Kills, 2 Assists, and 2 Digs
Christine Vargas – 3 Digs and 1 Reception
Naralee Perez – 1 Ace and 1 Reception
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Louisiana football

Alabama 70
Louisiana 64

Alabama scored as time expired. Game was tied 50-50 at half.

LSD: 4-2; Next vs. Carolinas at Wilson.
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Maryland football

MSD   6    0    10     0     16
KIPP    0    0    8      6     14

Scoring summary
1st quarter
(MSD) Bonheyo 15 yard run (run failed) 8:56

3rd quarter
(MSD) Latin 2 yard run (Bonheyo run) 8:36
(KIPP) Harris 75 yard kickoff return (Beauzard Run) 8:22
(MSD) Safety (Punt snap out of endzone) 4:09

4th quarter
(KIPP) Beauzard  21 yard run (pass failed) 2:17

 

Notable individual stats
Bonheyo 4 carries for 56 yards 1 td
Latin 15 carries for 46 yards 1 td

Sanchez 12 total tackles and .5 sack
B. Moers 7 total tackles
C. Moers 6 total tackles

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Minnesota football

http://www.southernminn.com/faribault_daily_news/sports/article_5c9b249f-96aa-512f-a06d-1298ba0a6e37.html

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Minnesota volleyball

eMac vb tournament quarterfinals:
Msad defeated Calvin Christian, 25-6 and 25-14 (2-0).
Will play on semifinals tomorrow at 430 pm at Hmong academy
gym vs Christian life.

24-8 now

 

http://www.southernminn.com/faribault_daily_news/sports/article_643fcc3f-86db-54ad-a2d2-60cc83c6fce9.html

http://www.southernminn.com/faribault_daily_news/sports/article_97fbed2c-8ea8-5209-9281-c96c96929c8c.html

http://www.southernminn.com/faribault_daily_news/sports/article_065d2ffa-ff4f-5a24-abbb-063a099aaa33.html

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New York volleyball

NYSD Volleyball Shuts Out Learning Center School for the Deaf, 3-0

Fanwood girls volleyball team defeated The Learning
Center in three straight sets. First set was 25-15,
Second set was 25-12. Third and final set was 25-8.
The players’s skills continue to bloom! The team did
well with their passing, thinking ahead, and trust
amongstâ–’players. The Lady Tornadoes really deserve
d the victory the way the girls played. Rookie Samantha
Pon and Rosey Aruz led the team with servings. The team
earned 7 aces, two assists, and three kills.

The current record is 4-5.

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New York soccer

On Tuesday, Oct 7, NYSD played at American School for the Deaf in Hartford,
CT today. Both
played goal less at the half game. At the end of game, ASD won by 1-0.
Tysheen Jordan played first time as a goalkeeper. He had 7 saves. He did a
great job. The NYSD players can play better if they focus themselves and
are more confident.

the record is 1-6

 

On Friday, Oct. 10, the NYSD has a home today against Learning Center for
the Deaf in
Massachusetts. The NYSD led by 1-0 in the half game. After end of game,
the NYSD won by 3-2. Julio Navaro-Velez, Keith Murray and Gregorio
Ignacio-Ulerio scored 1 goal each.

The record is 2-6
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Oklahoma football

OSD – 80
ISD – 32

Record 3-3

Next game at. Arkansas School for the Deaf on of October 25.

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South Carolina volleyball

at Mason Dixon tournament

Pool Play:

vs. VSDB (Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind)

L, (1-2)

(6-25, 25-15, 4-25)

Record 1-17

â–’

vs. FSDB (Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind)

L, (0-2)

(10-25, 4-25)

Record 1-18

â–’

Tournament:

vs. NCSD (North Carolina School for the Deaf)

L, (0-2)

(18-25, 9-25)

Record 1-19

â–’

vs. LSD (Louisiana School for the Deaf)

L, (0-2)

(8-25, 18-25)

Record 1-20

â–’

We placed 9th at Mason-Dixon Tournament. I’m proud of the girls with
great sportsmanship on and off the court. Good job!

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St Mary’s soccer

The Bisons varsity soccer team took on the Panthers
from the Pennsylvania â–’School for the Deaf this past weekend
in our annual homecoming.â–’ Overall, the weekend was wonderfu
â–’ Our opponents arrived late Friday night and bo teams had
the opportunity to socialize before they would face off
against one another the next morning in front of a very large
crowd of St. Mary’s supporters.â–’ The Bison’s objective
was to start quickly by pressuring our opponents with a
barrage of offensive shots.â–’ Within the 1st 20 minutes of the
game we had accumulated 15 shots on goal and Nicholas Barrus
had scored twice.â–’ Before halftime, Dalton Planty tacked
on another goal which gave us a 3-0 advantage. In the second
half, â–’the Bisons picked up where we left off previously
by continuing with our offensive pressure from Drew Cannizzaro
and Givon Blackwell.â–’ Both players helped by raising
our shot total to 26 shots on goal which was by far our highest
number for the season.â–’ â–’Although we had plenty of
opportunities to score, we could not punch another goal past
the Panthers.â–’ The Bisons went on to be victorious
against Division 1 PSD by the final score of 3-0.â–’ It was
a great confidence booster for our team to get a win in
front of our home crowd at such a great homecoming event.â–
’ It should also be noted that this was Christopher Martin’s
second shutout in goal for the season.â–’ The Bison’s have thei
r last tournament of the season this coming weekend as
we travel to Rome, NY to participate in the Friendship tournament
against some Canadian teams.â–’ This will be a first
time experience for all of us and we are very excited.
Thank you all for your support.

Overall Record: 2-6
Individual Stats:

Nick Barrus: 2 goals

Dalton Planty: 1 goal

Christopher Martin: 3 saves â–’â–’â–’â–’
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Tennessee volleyball

27th Mason Dixon Tournament 
Pool Play (#7 Seed)

#1 Mississippi  L 18-25, 17-25

#6 Louisiana W 20-25, 25-23, 15-12

 

Tournament Play (#6 Seed)

#3 Mississippi  L 18-25, 21-25

#7 Louisiana  W 22-25, 26-24, 15-11

#4 Kentucky W 25-13, 25-15

#3 Mississippi L 23-25, 29-27, 16-18

 

Final Record 4-15

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Tennessee football

TSD defeats Mississippi 38-34 to finish 8-1 and as Mason Dixon 8-Man
Football Conference Champions!
Final Record 8-1

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Texas football

The Texas School for the Deaf Rangers now have a 3-3 record, after
losing to St. Paul Cardinals (5-2) at their home, 43 – 0.â–’ The
Cardinals put 43 points on the board in the first half, and the
Rangers were able to come back and shut down the Cardinal offense in
the second half.

TSDâ–’â–’s rushing was contained by the Cardinals; Sophomore Stone Leiker
had 29 yards on 6 carries and Junior Austin Sliva-Wynne had 8 carries
for 11 yards.â–’ The Rangersâ–’â–’ passing game was considerably better
with Junior Elonzo Arellano throwing 8 completions for 104 yards,
andâ–’Sliva-Wynneâ–’â–’catching 5 for 100 yards.

This Fridayâ–’â–’sâ–’game at 730 pm at John Paul II in Schertz is TSDâ–’â–’s
third district game.â–’ TSD has 1 win and 1 loss in Texas Association
of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS) Division III, District 3.â–’
John Paul II has a 3-4 record with 1 win and 2 losses in the same
district.â–’ TSD is currently ranked third in the district, behind St.
Paul at first and Sacred Heart at second, and John Paul II is ranked
fifth.
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Virginia volleyball

newspaper story
MORGANTON, N.C. – The Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blin
d lost both of its matches Saturday at the 27th annual
Mason-Dixon

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Wisconsin volleyball

GPSD Volleyball Tourney at KSD Oct. 10-11, 2014

Friday’s Pool Play Results

Pool B
1st – Wisconsin (8-1)
2nd – Iowa  (5-4)
3rd – Kansas (5-4)
4th – Oklahoma (0-9)

Wisconsin  25 – 25 – 15
Oklahoma  18 – 10 – 6

Iowa  16 – 22 – 12
Wisconsin 25 – 25 – 15

Kansas  22 – 25 – 7
Wisconsin  25 – 13 – 15

Saturday’s Single Elimination Bracket

Wisconsin  25- 25
Missouri   18 – 12

Semi-Finals
Wisconsin  27  25
New Mexico  25-12

Championship Match 
Minnesota   25-25
Wisconsin  15-9

1st Place – Minnesota
2nd Place – Wisconsin
3rd Place – Iowa
4th Place – New Mexico

Alaqua Cox – Wisconsin
Lyssa Matsche – Wisconsin
Record 15-10

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DeafDigest Sports – October 11, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

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

- football scores

- unbeaten and unscored on football team is defeated


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@deafdigest.com

won/lost records – as of October 10, 2014
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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

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football scores
Tennessee 54 Carolinas 12
Washington 48 Oregon 22
Wisconsin 48 Kansas 12

Arkansas 38 Ridgeway 28
Florida 47 Beacon of Hope 20
Indiana 51 George Washington 25
Maryland 16 KIPP 14

Genoa-Hugo 1 Colorado 0 (forfeit)
Stellar Prep 36 Fremont 31
Madison Academy 54 Michigan 46
Ajo 70 Phoenix 30
Hamilton 53 Riverside 6
Oak Level 50 South Carolina 48
St Paul 43 Texas 0

score not reported
Oct 10 New Mexico hosts Vaughn

today’s games
Oct 11 Oklahoma at Iowa
Oct 11 Illinois at Minnesota
Oct 11 Mississippi at Tennessee
Oct 11 Louisiana at Alabama

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Alabama volleyball

 

Mason Dixon Tournament

North Carolina School for the Deaf

 

Friday, October 10, 2014

Pool Play Results

 

Alabama 2  Kentucky 0

25 – 20, 25 – 16

 

Alabama 2  North Carolina 0

25 – 12, 26 – 24

 

Alabama 2  Georgia 0

25 – 14, 25 – 18

 

Season record: 9 – 10

Area record: 4 – 2

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Fremont football

newspaper story

Stellar Prep 36, California School for the Deaf 31: Cameron Burston made
the big plays late to lead the Thunder (5-2. 1-0 Bay Football League) past
the previously unbeaten Eagles (5-1, 0-1).

Burston, a San Jose State commit at quarterback, scored on a 1-yard
touchdown run — his second rushing TD of the night — to give Stellar
Prep the lead with 1:17 to go. He then sealed the win with a diving
interception at the 2-yard line with 2 seconds left.

Host CSD took a 31-28 lead on a 31-yard field goal by Sergio Ponce with
5:03 to go. Stellar Prep responded and the Eagles’ last-ditch effort came
up short.

The Eagles hadn’t allowed a point all season until the Thunder’s Darrell
Adams returned a first-quarter kickoff for a touchdown. CSD led 18-6 after
the first quarter before Stellar Prep scored the next three touchdowns.
Burston hit Adams for a 53-yard touchdown pass, added a long touchdown run
and then Morico Williams returned an interception for a touchdown.

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Minnesota volleyball

Here are the final standings after head to head tie breakers and seeds for
the conference tournament.  I will have the brackets out shortly

1) Nova 11-0
2) MSAD 10-1
3) Christian Life 9-2
4) Hmong Academy 8-3
5) North Lakes Academy 6-5 (Beat Community of Peace Head to Head)
6) Community of Peace 6-5
7) Calvin Christian 5-6
8) Liberty Classical Academy 4-7 (Beat Shattuck St. Marys Head to Head)
9) Shattuck St. Marys 4-7
10) Internation School of Minnesota 2-9
11) AFSA 1-10
12) Charter Stars

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Phoenix football

Ajo 70, PDSD 30

Next Friday: Final game of the season at State No.1-ranked Bagdad!

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Western Pennsylvania sports

SOCCER
We tied Evangel Heights, 1-1
LEAGUE RECORD: 4-6-1
OVERALL RECORD: 10-6-1

 

VOLLEYBALL

We swept Evangel Heights in 3 sets, 25-20, 26-24, and 25-15.
LEAGUE RECORD: 6-8
OVERALL RECORD: 14-9

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DeafDigest Sports – October 10, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

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

- football scores

- other soccer and volleyball scores

- an elite deaf basketball player
Facebook:
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@deafdigest.com

won/lost records – as of October 10, 2014
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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

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football scores
Tennessee 54 Carolinas 12
Washington 48 Oregon 22
Wisconsin 48 Kansas 12

Arkansas 38 Ridgeway 28
Florida 47 Beacon of Hope 20

Genoa-Hugo 1 Colorado 0 (forfeit)
Madison Academy 54 Michigan 46
Hamilton 53 Riverside 6
Oak Level 50 South Carolina 48

upcoming football games
Oct 10 New Mexico hosts Vaughn
Oct 10 Phoenix hosts Ajo
Oct 10 Fremont at Stellar Prep
Oct 10 Maryland at KIPP
Oct 10 Indiana hosts George Washington
Oct 10 Texas at St Paul

Oct 11 Oklahoma at Iowa
Oct 11 Illinois at Minnesota
Oct 11 Mississippi at Tennessee
Oct 11 Louisiana at Alabama

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American soccer

American school for the deaf invited Rhode Island for
the deaf to a soccer game. For the first of 25 minutes,
ASD players played different formations without a score
but they did a wonderful job passing. We finally scored
a goal after that. We also lost our two players but we
adjusted very well! We could see that our opposing team
were playing aggressively but we beat them with a score
of 4 to 3. We will play again at NESD Championship on
October 24-25. Our next opponent on October 15 versus
Governor Baxter School for the Deaf(Maine)

Our now record is 8-4.

 

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Florida football

In a total team effort, the Dragons dominated Beacon of Hope 47-20
tonight. The defense accounted for a touchdown, 4 interceptions
and 2 fumble recoveries and the offense had 6 different players
score a touchdown. Even though our special teams could use some
improvement, they got in on the fun too, recovering two fumbles
on kickoffs.

Our offense gained 408 total yards and was led by Marcus Maldonado’s
career high 173 yards rushing. Anthony Cash also eclipsed the 100-yard
mark with 105 yards rushing. Tyler Ames, our starting QB for this
game had a good outing by throwing for 81 yards and 2 touchdowns.

We next play at Alabama School for the Deaf (Talladega, AL) Saturday 10/18 at 2pm CST.

SCORING SUMMARY
1q 10:00, FSDB- Cash 64 run (Garcia kick) 7-0
1q 7:15, FSDB- Al.Wallace 47 pass from Ames (kick fail) 13-0
1q 5:44 BHCS rush TD 13-6
1q 0:00 FSDB- An.Wallace 7 run (Garcia kick) 20-6
2q 9:48 FSDB- Maldonado 76 run (Garcia kick) 27-6
2q 5:48 FSDB- Ynirio 6 run (Garcia kick) 34-6
2q 2:16 FSDB- Ynirio 97 int ret (Garcia kick) 41-6
3q 11:36 BHCS kick ret TD 41-12
3q 5:46 FSDB- Williams 9 pass from Ames (kick fail) 47-12
4q 8:43 BHCS pass TD 47-20

STATISTICS
RUSHING
Maldonado 11-173 1td, Cash 9-105 1td, An.Wallace 8-43 1td,
Ynirio 6-20 1td, Baugh 2-0, Ames 3–5

PASSING
Ames 3/4 81yds 2td, Vital 0/1

RECEIVING
Al.Wallace 2-72 1td, Williams 1-9 1td

DEFENSE
Ames 7t, Cash 5t 1int, Townsend 3t 1h, Al.Wallace 3t 1fr 1pd,
An.Wallace 2t, Maldonado 2t, Kovatch 2t 1h, Williams 2t,
Stewart 1t, Figueroa 1t, Philyor 1t, Mack 1t, Ynirio 2int
1td, Baugh 1fr, Cumberland 1int, Garcia 1pd

SPECIAL TEAMS
Garcia 4/6 PAT kicks, Cash 0/1 FG (38 yds)
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Fremont volleyball

CSD d. Chinese christian 3-0Conference

F. Harmount: 7 kills, 19 digs, 2 aces
B. Morales: 7 kills, 6 digs, 2 aces
B. Dike: 5 kills, 14 assists, 5 aces, 12 digs

25-13, 25-7, 25-17

7-0 league, 9-10 overall

……………….

Indiana football

newspaper story

Washington (3-4) at Indiana Deaf (6-1):
Indiana Deaf receiver Dante Paulone (55 catches,
1,125 yards) is putting up amazing numbers.

prediction
Indiana Deaf 34, Washington 30.

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland beat Open Bible, 3-0
Scores: 25-8, 25-6, 25-8
Record: 29-3-1

Stats
Bridget Berrigan
2 assists

Brooke Bonheyo
7 assists, 3 digs, 1 ace

Adele Daniels
10 kills, 1 block, 3 digs

Monique Johnson
2 kills, 1 block

Karita Lewis8
8 kills, 1 dig, 5 aces

Tessa Lewis
6 kills, 1 dig, 4 aces

Kaela Luttrell
1 ace

Kaitlyn Weeks
2 kills, 9 assists, 5 aces

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Michigan volleyball

Michigan School for the Deaf’s Lady Tartars played against New
Life Academy at home tonight, 10-9-14. Once again the girls
fought hard! Rachel Chicky had 10 good service receives,
4 digs, 4 kills, and 3 aces.Hannah Wears had the most
attacks tonight, 14, with 7 resulting in kills. Rebecca
Davis racked up 11 more assists. Unfortunately all the
girls hard work wasn’t enough to take down New Life.
We lost 0-3 sets. Scores were; 1: 20-25, 2: 20-25,
3: 22-25. The match was exciting, as you can see by
the scores! We continue to improve and look forward to
our next opponent.

Our next match will be this coming Monday, 10-13-14, at 5:00pm.
We’ll be playing at home against Madison Academy. Come watch us play!

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New York volleyball

Green Meadow Shuts Down NYSD Girls Volleyball 0-3

The New York School for the Deaf girls volleyball team dropped the first
two sets to Green Meadow,12-25 and 11-25. Fanwood fought back during
the third set but were unable to sustain the shortly lived lead as Green
Meadow eventually pulled ahead to keep the lead 25-28. Like our game at
ASD last Tuesday, the girls played really well. They have improved so
much as young players! The team earned 4 aces, 6 assists, and 7 kills.
Our current record is 3-5.

NYSD Girls Volleyball Plays Tough, But Falls 1-3

New York School for the Dead volleyball team travelled to Hartford,
Connecticut for a game. The team lost the game to American School for
the Deaf (ASD) in a thrilling 1-3 match. NYSD came out strong and took
the first set, 25-18. Unfortunately, ASD bounced back and closed out the
match in the last three sets 18-25, 22-25, and 17-25. Even thought we
lost the game, coach Kandace consider this game one of our best games
because the girls have improved so much especially with their passings.
The girls fought hard but they were not at the top of their game.
Kandace is very proud of the girls. The team earned three aces, 4
assists, 5 kills, and one block. Our next game will be on Wednesday,
October 8, 2014 at Green Meadows. Our current record is 3-4.

…………….

St Mary’s volleyball

Yesterday our SMSD Girls Volleyball played against RSD here at our home.
SMSD lost against RSD. Both teams played well.

1st game: 25 to 22 (SMSD lost)
2nd game 25 to 4 (SMSD lost)
3rd game: 25 to 17 (SMSD lost)

Match Record— 1-5-1

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St Mary’s soccer

The Bisons varsity soccer team played a hard fought match
yesterday against the Falk School. Despite the 5-1 loss,
the coaching staff continued to see progress and steps
in the right direction. Some bright spots throughout
the game included Dalton Planty scoring his first career
goal at the varsity level by dribbling through a few of
our opponents defenders at mid field and taking the ball
on a breakaway to notch our only tally. Christopher
Martin played solid keeper in between the posts making
16 saves. This Saturday at 11am is our annual homecoming
game. We face off against division I school Pennsylvania
School for the Deaf. Please come and support the team
and wish the athletes good luck.

Overall Record: 1-6
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Washington sports

WSD Football and Volleyball Scores – 10/9/14
Homecoming Games for Football and Volleyball Teams
Volleyball – WSD 3 vs. Oregon School for the Deaf 1

Game 1: 25-21

Game 2: 25-13

Game 3: 21-25

Game 4: 25-22

Record: (4-6)

Next Game @ Firm Foundation – 7:00pm
Football – WSD 48 vs. Oregon School for the Deaf 22

Record: (2-2)

Next game vs. MMK – 4:00pm

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Texas football

newspaper story

TAPPS DIVISION III, DISTRICT 3

Texas School for the Deaf Rangers at St. Paul Cardinals
Last year: Did not play.

Notes: Texas School for the Deaf (3-2, 1-0) travels from Austi
n to Shiner to play St. Paul (4-2, 2-0) for the first
time since 2009. St. Paul won that game 55-19. Texas School
for the Deaf lost to Austin St. Dominic Savio last week
after opening district with a win over Marble Falls Faith Academy.

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Virginia soccer

lost to United Christian Academy 8-0

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Wisconsin football

Kansas 0 6 0 6 12
Wisconsin 32 8 0 8 48

(Note: Running clock after the mid of 2nd quarter)

We will play Arkansas for our Homecoming on Oct 18th.

Record: 3 – 2

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An elite deaf basketball player

Demi Skinner, who is deaf, is a member of Australia
national (hearing) U-19 women’s basketball team.

Her team will play at the FIBA Oceania U19 Championships
in Fiji on December 1-6, 2014

 

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Hot DeafSports News at:
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- Gallaudet updates

- football scores

- volleyball updates

- soccer updates

- nation’s leading receiver

- a big test for an unbeaten football team

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

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football scores
Tennessee 54 Carolinas 12
Wisconsin 48 Kansas 12

upcoming football games
Oct 9 New Mexico hosts Vaughn
Oct 9 Florida hosts Beacon of Hope
Oct 9 Riverside hosts Hamilton
Oct 9 Oregon at Washington
Oct 9 Arkansas at Ridgeway
Oct 9 South Carolina hosts Oak Level
Oct 9 Colorado hosts Genoa-Hugo
Oct 9 Michigan hosts Madison Academy

Oct 10 Phoenix hosts Ajo
Oct 10 Fremont at Stellar Prep
Oct 10 Maryland at KIPP
Oct 10 Indiana hosts George Washington
Oct 10 Texas at St Paul

Oct 11 Oklahoma at Iowa
Oct 11 Illinois at Minnesota
Oct 11 Mississippi at Tennessee
Oct 11 Louisiana at Alabama

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Gallaudet soccer

Bison shutout on the road by Christendom
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wsoc/2014-15/releases/recap_christendom

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Gallaudet volleyball

Gallaudet dispatches Wooster in straight sets
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wvball/2014-15/releases/recap_wooster

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Fremont football

a big test

Stellar Prep (4-2, 0-0) at California School for the Deaf (5-0, 0-0)

coach Warren Keller said that Steller Prep has some NCAA-I bound seniors

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Indiana football

according to maxpreps, the nation’s leading receiver (receiving yards) is
Dante Paulone

His father Mike and his brother Gabriel were both Gallaudet quarterbacks

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Learning Center soccer

TLC 4 Waldorf 2

TLC has won two games in a row. TLC and Waldorf battled to a 2-2 tie in
the first half. During the second half, TLC had been trying to capitalize
on scoring chances until Iromilison “RO” Centeio scored a goal and then
Dylan Christoffels kicked the ball into the net after a long nice dribble.

- Iromilison “RO” Centeio (sr) had three goals
-Dylan Christoffels (fr) had a goal.

Record: 4-5

Next game: Friday 10/10 @ New York school for the Deaf – Fanwood

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Learning Center volleyball

DATE: Wednesday October 8, 2014
SCORE: Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall School 3, The Learning Center for the Deaf
0 (25-11, 25-11, 25-21)

Today the TLC Lady Ghosts went to Waltham for the second consecutive day.
This time, it was to take on the CH-CH Chargers.

The first set had a better start for us than Tuesday. Heather Hall (So.)
had a couple of serve points but we simply weren’t at our full strength
and the Chargers won 25-11.

Manju Canuel (Sr.) and Emily Zeringue (Fr.) had several great aces to
spark us to an early 9-all stalemate. Our back half of the serving
rotation couldn’t maintain the momentum and the Chargers easily walked
away with another 21-11 win.

Our players demonstrated their best effort in the third set, which seems
to be a trend this season! Canuel, Zeringue, and Hall did everything they
could to put the Ghosts up 9-3. Great serving by CH-CH wiped away that
lead it was back and forth. Norma Aldana (Fr.) improved her serving to
help us tie the score at 20-20. However, the Chargers took control soon
right after that for a 25-21 victory.

Our next match will be at the New York School for the Deaf in White
Plains, NY this Friday at 4:00 P.M. Our current record is 0-7 (0-4).

TODAY’S TLC STATS
Manju Canuel – 5 Aces, 3 Kills, 3 Digs, and 6 Receptions
Emily Zeringue – 2 Aces, 2 Kills, 3 Digs, and 4 Receptions
Heather Hall – 1 Kill, 4 Digs, and 3 Receptions
Norma Aldana – 2 Aces, 2 Digs, and 1 Reception
Daria Monahan – 1 Kill and 2 Receptions
Christine Vargas – 3 Digs

 

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Lexington soccer

Kew Forest 3 Lexington 2

travel far as their school is only 10 to 15 minutes away! Kew Forest
drew the first blood on us and scored 2 goals in the first 8 minutes
of the game! Samer Abualya scored on a penalty kick before Kew Forest
scored another goal at 32nd minute mark. Raymond Mukhailov scored
another goal at 36th minute mark. Blue Jays was down 2 to 3 at
halftime. Our defense was FLAT in 1st half and I had to revamp the
offense to make the players pass the ball around more. It worked in
our favor but the Blue Jays could not capitalize on their shot
attempts to▒create▒more goals. The game ended with the score of 2 to
3 we were dead even in the 2nd half. However, Joey Pon continues to
improve his performance as he made 3 saves and allowed 3 in first
half before saving 8 more in 2nd half and allowed none! We have five
games scheduled in a row starting this coming Tuesday.We have four
PSAA league games and 3 Deaf Schools games remaining!

Goals:Samer Abualya (Penalty Kick), Raymond Mukhailov

Assists: None

Saves:Joey Pon (11)

Season record: 3-7-1 (PSAA 0-7-1)

Next game: Lexington at Lawrence Woodmere Academy on Tuesday, October
14th at 4 PM.

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Minnesota sports

Here is the summary of our athletic schedule for next two weeks

Our vb squad is schedule to participate in Gpsd vb tourney this
weekend at Kansas school for the deaf. Our girls are hoping to
win 13th straight Gpsd title. They are also scheduled
to participate in eMac Conf vb tournament next mon and
tues. Our girls are seeded number 2.

Our football team is scheduled to at Illinois school for the
deaf this sat at 2 pm. We are off next week. We are
scheduled to play in section state at offs on tues 22nd.

As of this moment, we re at number 6. Stay tuned. This
may change after this day s game

 

Section football standings:
http://www.minnesota-scores.net/classstandings.php?yid=1415&sport=104&class=1
EMAC Conf VB Standings
http://www.minnesota-scores.net/confstandings.php?yid=1415&sport=120&conf=199

 

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New York volleyball

On last Tuesday, October 7th, we played against Fanwood and
we won 3-1. The score is 18-25, 25-18, 25-23, and 25-17.
Yesterday, we played against Watkinson and we lost 0-3.
The score is 19-25, 17-25, and 17-25. The girls are
improving every day. :) The record is 3-6.

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Ohio Volleyball and Soccer

Volleyball
10/3 at WPSD
Ohio 25-22-14
WPSD 21-25-16

Rochester 17-21
Ohio 25-25

10/4
Ohio 22-10
WPSD 25-25

Ohio 14-14
Rochester 25-25

10/7
Ohio at St. Rita

Ohio 25-25-25
SRSD 8-16-9

Record: 7-11

Soccer
10/3 at WPSD
WPSD 4, Ohio 0
10/4
WPSD 2, Ohio 1

10/8
Cristo Rey HS 5, Ohio 4

Record 1-7
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Rochester soccer
RSD loses to Cornerstone 3-4

RSD Leage Record: 0-6-3
Overall Record: 4-6-3

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Rochester volleyball

RSD Girls Volleyball Team top St.Mary’s 3-0 sets.

Brianna DiGiovanni- 20 aces
Abigail Gonzalez – 3 assists
Marlena – 4 kils and 13 aces

Set 1- 25 to 22 W
Set 2- 25 to 4 W
Set 3- 25 to 17 W

Record: 9-5

Next home game, We will play against Finney on October 14 at 4pm. Come and
support us since it will be good game!
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South Carolina volleyball

@ SCSDB

vs. Greer Charter
L, 0-3
(1-25, 1-25, 9-25)

Record 1-17

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Tennessee football

NCSD/ENCSD. 0. 0. 0. 12. – 12
TSD. 16. 22. 8. 8. – 54

 

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Virginia cross country

(newspaper story)

Waynesboro High School’s cross country team had its seor
night meet on Wednesday at Ridgeview Park, and Fluvanna
took both races. On the boys side, Fluvanna finished with
26 points, with WHS right behind at 30. Virginia School for
the Deaf and the Blind was third with 85 points.

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Western Pennyslvania volleyball

we hosted Calvary Chapel Christian School and swept them,
3-0 (25-15, 25-12, and 25-8) {non-league game}
OVERALL RECORD: 13-9

 

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