Nov
22

2014/11/22

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DeafDigest Sports – November 22, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

- 11 man football All-American team and honors; an update

- deaf football in the snow blizzard?

- a national volleyball honor

- a win over a team with 6’9 center

- basketball scores

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

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2014 DeafDigest Sports All-American 11-man football team and honors – updated
http://deafdigest.com/2014-deaf-all-americans/

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Gallaudet volleyball

Gallaudet’s Kali Frowick selected as an AVCA All-American honorable mention
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wvball/2014-15/releases/allamerican

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Model boys’ basketball

Tuesday, November 18
Model  34
Calverton School  41

Wednesday, November 19
Yeshiva  35
Model  64

1-1 record

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Texas boys’ basketball

Won 39-33 against Our Lady of the Hills last night.   Off to a
bad start, 1-16 but we kept fought and ended the game with
38-17 run.   N0 fun playing against their 6’9″ center.

Next game – @ Faith Academy (first district game) on Dec. 2

2 W – 0 L
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Asian T-20 Cricket Cup for Deaf

taking place this week in Pakistan

participating nations are Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka,
Bangladesh and India

In USA, we will have deaf cricket when there are deaf
immigrants from cricket-playing nations.

There are already several local leagues of deaf
soccer teams, consisting of deaf immigrants from
everywhere in the world.

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Gallaudet football trivia

Q. We see the big snow hitting the Buffalo area, forcing the
Bills-Jets game to be moved to Detroit. Has a snowstorm hit
the Gallaudet football team?

A. Yes. In the 1953 season, Gallaudet had a 5-game schedule.
Gallaudet won 2 and lost 2, and was eagerly looking forward
to the last game of the season (the 5th game) in hopes of
achieving a winning season. Unfortunately a surprise November
snow blizzard forced the 5th game to be cancelled! The
Gallaudet yearbook said the game was “snowed out.”

 

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21

2014/11/21

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DeafDigest Sports – November 21, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

- a Gallaudet basketball win

- 11 man football All-American team and honors

- men’s basketball; Great Britain vs Poland is crucial

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

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2014 DeafDigest Sports All-American 11-man football team and honors
http://deafdigest.com/2014-deaf-all-americans/

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Gallaudet picks up first win of the season with 58-point rout
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mbkb/2014-15/releases/recap_christendom

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Alabama basketball

 

Girls Varsity

ASD 15  Cornerstone Schools of Birmingham 52

 

Season record: 1 – 2

 

Boys Varsity

ASD 66  Cornerstone Schools of Birmingham 89

 

Season record: 2 – 1

 

Next game:  Fayetteville (Thursday, December 4)
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Arkansas basketball
Basketball conference action last night in Hot Springs

Girls:  Christian Ministries defeated Arkansas 61 to 37.

 

Record: 1-3

 

Next Game:  Leopard Classic 12/5-6

 

 

Boys: Christian Ministries defeated Arkansas 72-29.

 

Record: 0-4

 

Next Game: Arkansas Christian @ Arkansas 12/2

 

Have a nice holiday break! Enjoy the feast!
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Minnesota fall sports

Faribault VB All Area Team:
http://www.southernminn.com/faribault_daily_news/sports/article_54bd1dfa-4bbb-5247-ae38-3910efc51439.html

Faribault Football All Area Team:
http://www.southernminn.com/faribault_daily_news/sports/article_45265676-cc9c-58c8-8169-08b90986bd38.html

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North Carolina boys’ basketball

Nov 13

At ENCSD

ENCSD 68

NCSD 15

Nov 20

At NCSD

VSDB 52

NCSD 28

 

Team record is 0-2

 

Next game is at SCSDB on Nov 25

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Texas girls’ basketball

Tuesday: TSD 55 – Hill Country Christian 26 (Varsity)
TSD 18 – NYOS 11 (JV)

Thursday:
TSD 35 – Our Lady of the Hills 33 (Varsity)
TSD 36 – Tribe Consolidated 23 (JV)

Records:
8-3 (Varsity); Next game Dec 2 vs Faith Academy – Marble Falls
4-1 (JV); Next game Dec 9 vs NYOS
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Virginia basketball

VSDB Girls lost to the North Carolina School for the deaf 15 to 20.
Lourdes Benitez had 7 for VSDB and Etta Forest had 10 for NC.

The boys team beat NC 52 to 28 with Aaron Quillen scoring 29 points
and Nycobian Lineberg 15 for NC.

Girls record 1 and 2
Boys record 2 and 2

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from a web posting

With registration for the World Deaf Basketball Championships having
closed on July 3, World Deaf Basketball announced today on Facebook that
a qualifying game would be required for the men.s competition as seventeen
teams expressed interest for sixteen available spots.

The established process for determining who gets the final spot is based
on international ranking, which in this case necessitates a playoff
between Great Britain and Poland. The qualification rules say it should be
a two leg play off, and should be organized by the European Deaf Sport
Organization.

Men.s team that have registered for the competition and that are not
required to gain access through qualification include Australia,
Argentina, Greece, Israel, Japan, South Korea, Lithuania, Mexico, Russia,
Slovenia, Turkey, Ukraine, the United States and Venezuela. While there
were sixteen available slots, only eleven women.s teams registered and are
now eligible to compete. They include Greece, Israel, Japan, Lithuania,
Russia, Sweden, Chinese Taipei, Turkey, Ukraine and the United States.

The 2015 Deaf Basketball World Championships are scheduled to take place
in Taoyuan, Taiwan from July 4 to 15.

 

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20

2014/11/20

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DeafDigest Sports – November 20, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

- a big football honor

- a Gallaudet basketball win

- basketball scores

- a volleyball season ends

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

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Season Preview – GU mens basketball enters a new season with added depth and new energy
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mbkb/2014-15/releases/seasonpreview

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

Bison win home opener against Penn College, 69-61
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wbkb/2014-15/releases/recap_penncollege

Season Preview – GU women’s basketball aims to return to NEAC tournament
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wbkb/2014-15/releases/seasonpreview

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Arkansas football

On Monday, November 17th – The Little Rock Touchdown Club presented
the finalist award to 12 high school football players across the
Central Arkansas. Marlin Thurlkill, senior,  is the first ASD
football player to receive this honor, James Street Award as
outstanding player and sportsmanship. It is also the first time
receiving this honor in our school’s history. We all are so proud of
him!

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Florida girls’ basketball

FSDB vs St. Johns Country Day 11/19/14

Varsity Lady Dragons
1st Quarter- 19-12 Record: 2-2
2nd Quarter- 21-24
3rd Quarter- 33-28
4th Quarter- 42-42
OT- 49-46

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Fremont volleyball

newspaper story

DIVISION VI

Wednesday’s semifinals
Waldorf d. No. 6 California School for the Deaf
(18-11) 25-10, 25-18, 25-4

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Georgia girls’ basketball

newspaper story

Gaylesville 45
Georgia 33

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Illinois girls’ basketball

Triopia 54 Illinois 22

Marshall Gym @ Illinois School for the Deaf-
It was the first night of high school girls
basketball in the state of Illinois. Triopia
rallied from 3 point halftime lead to defeat
Illinois. Illinois had 10 to 6 lead early
in the game. The lead was lost during the
mid of second quarter. The Tigers are 0-1
for the season.

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Indiana girls’ basketball

newspaper story

Indiana Deaf 45 Daleville 42
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Tennessee basketball

newspaper story

Girls First Baptist Academy 44   TSD 43
0-1

Boys TSD 61   First Baptist Academy 44
1-0

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Texas boys’ basketball

Won our first basketball game against Hill Country Christian 58-30. 

Next game – tomorrow against Our Lady of the Hills at TSD @ 8p.

1-0

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basketball scores

South American Deaf Games

from a web posting

As of last night in Caxias do Sul, Brazil with several games having been
played at the South American Deaf Games in men.s basketball, Argentina
currently sits in first place on points with 4. Venezuela is second with 3
and Brazil is third with 2.

Last night, Argentina had a bit of difficult go against Brazil at times,
and were not able to put them away until the fourth quarter despite the
scoreline. They outscored Brazil 28 . 20 in the first quarter. They
outscored Brazil in the second 20 . 17. They out scored Brazil 25 . 20 in
the third quarter. They outscored Brazil 28 . 23. The game finished 101
. 80.

In the third game, Argentina beat Venezuela 72 . 67. It was the first
time in Argentina.s history that they defeated Venezuela. Both teams
brought a level of intensity to the match, which saw several flagrant and
technical fouls called. In the first two games game, Argentina beat Brazil
103 . 62, and Venezuela beat Brazil 116 . 63.

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DeafDigest Sports – November 18-19, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

- completed fall season won/lost records

- basketball scores

- volleyball playoff tonite

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

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Gallaudet sports

Sofia Lindevall and Devante Walters named October Bison of the Month
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/news/2014-15/bom/october14

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Alabama basketball

 

Girls Varsity

ASD 22  Jacksonville Christian Academy 55

 

Season record: 1 – 1

 

Boys Varsity

ASD 54  Jacksonville Christian Academy 39

 

Season record: 2 – 0

Next game:  Cornerstone School of Birmingham (Thursday, November 20)

 

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American girls’ basketball

American School for the Deaf: 40
Midstate Christian: 7

American School for the Deaf Girls Varsity (1-0)

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American boys’ basketball

ASD Tigers overcome sluggish start to down Midstate Christian

The Tigers were unable to gain control of the game
until second half. Our burst started in second half
when we were able to create turnovers and fastbreak
points. Junior guard Sergio Rodriquez led the team
with 14 points.

Luis Burgos came off the bench scoring 10 points and
tallied 9 rebounds. We held Midstate Christian to 28 points.

Midstate  5 – 9 –5–9 = 28
ASD        5 – 12 -12 -11 = 40

Sergio Rodriquez: 14 points, 7 steals

Jonathan Clark  10 points. 10 rebounds

Luis Burgos 10 points, 9 rebounds, 4 assists

Record: 1-0
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Arkansas basketball
 
Action from last night conference game against Southwest Christian
Academy
 
Girls: lost 47 to 22
 
Record: 0-2
 
Boys: lost 60 to 35
 
Record: 0-2
 
Next Game: Arkansas @ Van Buren 11/18

 

Arkansas basketball

 

Basketball action last night at Van Buren in a conference contest

 

Girls:

Arkansas defeated Van Buren 39 to 22…  Halftime: 13-13.

 

Record: 1-2

 

Boys:

 

Van Buren defeated Arkansas 58 to 42…

 

Record: 0-3

 

Next Game: Arkansas @ Christian Ministries 11/20
 
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Florida girls’ basketball 

Lady Dragons results vs Cornerstone Christian

FSDB vs Cornerstone Christian                           11/17/14
Varsity Lady Dragons
1st Quarter- 16-0                       Record: 1-1
2nd Quarter- 24-8                       
3rd Quarter- 32-16                                              
4th Quarter- 48-23          

        Big kudos to Asheli and Megan for the first Double-Doubles of
the season! They were outstanding on the boards tonight and were able
to pull off double figures in points and rebounds. Please
congratulate the girls on pulling together for a great win.  Everyone
was able to see playing time and contribute to our first win of the
season.
Lady Dragons results vs Harvest

FSDB vs Harvest 11/18/14
Varsity Lady Dragons
1st Quarter- 4-9 Record: 1-2
2nd Quarter- 13-24
3rd Quarter- 23-33
4th Quarter- 46-52

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Florida boys’ basketball

Harvest Christian 47   FSDB 43

Season record  0-1

We lost because we are not in basketball shape condition wise. That
simple.  Considering we have had only one real full court practice
for 45 minutes on Monday, I thought the lads did quite well. Harvest
hammered us by 25 points each time we played them last year. We
jumped out to a quick 9-2 lead and it seemed we might run away with
the game. I knew we were playing with fool’s gold.  We led by five
points at the end of the first quarter. We hit the wall physically
about three minutes into the second quarter and Harvest went on a
22-10 run. They led by eight points at halftime.  Harvest got up my
as much as ten points in the third quarter but we whittled it back to
an eight point deficit at the start of the fourth quarter. The
momentum slowly started to change about two minutes into the last
period. We finally caught our second wind  and our man to man and
match up zone defenses started to take its toll on the opposition. We
held Harvest to only three made free throws and in the fourth quarter
and cut their lead to three points several times in the last three
minutes. The game went down to the final eight seconds when Harvest
made one out of two free throws with six seconds left in the game to
seal it.

The guys should not get down on themselves. I saw a lot of positives
last night. We return all five starters and our top three bench
players from last years 11-11 squad. With the addition of our best
player from last tears JV team and two new transfers we go eleven
players deep without any noticebale drop off skill wise. We have
several guys still dealing with bumps and bruises from last Thursdays
football bowl game. Once we get our “basketball legs’ under us and
heal up we have the makings of a good team if we work at it.

Special mention to five players. Eduardo Solar carried us offensively
the entire game. Cedric Scott played a wonderful floor game. With
Dante Townsend(knee) and Tyler Ames(thumb) nursing football injuries,
I threw the two new transfers into to the thick of battle the second
half. The “Double Q’s”…….Quendale Holmes(6’4″) and Quentin
Galpine(6’2″) came in to play against Harvest’s big frontline and
more than held their own. We also  moved Anthony Cash out to wing
 and made our push with these five guys in the lineup in the fourth
quarter. When we do go big like this, Anthony’s ability to also play
wing will really help us. Other than the loss, I was very pleased
with the first game. Our reward is a road trip tonight to the always
tough to St Johns Country Day School, a team we have not defeated the
past two seasons.  We are going to have to “man up” and fight through
some adversity this evening if we are going to make a game of it.
Wish us well.

Stats
Eduardo Solar-26 points (four 3′s).
Cedric Scott-4 points, 15 rebounds.
Anthony Cash-6 points, 12 rebounds.
Alex Wallace- 3 points( one 3). His first ever varsity three pointer
Quendale Holmes-6 rebounds, 3 blocks. The big juniuor neutralized
Harvests’s 6’5″ center on the boards
Quntin Galpine-4 points, 5 rebounds. The rangy freshman has much
potential
Dante Townsend-5 rebounds. Did not play the second half due to injury
Tyler Ames-4 rebounds, also only played a half for the same reason
Jomar Figueroa and Gary Wells played but did not score
Zach Williams-1 rebound. The 6’1″ sophomore guard, who was the JV
team MVP last year was a little shaky in his varsity debut. He will
be fine and will really help us once he gets a little more game
experience at the varsity level.

Fremont volleyball

DIVISION VI

Wednesday’s semifinals

No. 6 California School for the Deaf (18-10) vs.
No. 2 Waldorf (22-7), at Annunciation Cathedral, 7 p.m.

editor’s note:
it is the remaining fall season sports contest among
schools for the deaf

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New Mexico boys’ basketball

NMSD Boys team hosted its first game of the season against Desert Academy.
With our inexperienced line up, we coughed up 38 turnovers for a loss. The score
was 17-59. Duo Freshmen, Deven Thompson and Jonathan Garcia led the team with
6 points each.  D. Thompson grabbed 11 rebounds and made seven blocks in his
first game debut. 

DA ( 1-0) 
NMSD (0-1)

DA        17 13 18 11  59
NMSD    2   8  7  0  17

NMSD – D. Thompson 2 2 6 6, J. Garcia 3 0 0 6, E. Garcia 1 0 0 5
3 pters ? E. Garcia

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Virginia boys’ basketball

VSDB lost to the Shenandoah Valley Home School in boys basketball. Final
score was VSDB 41 Shenandoah Valley 54.

Leading scorer for VSDB was Aaron Quillen with 25 points. Aaron also passed
the 1000 point total in the 2nd quarter with a 3 point shot. His 25 points
for the night gives him a total of 1015 points. He joins a group of 14
players who have scored over a 1000 points in VSDB history.

Shenandoah Valley’s Morgan Rohrer had 39 points.

1-2 record

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European Deaf Futsal Championships

Belarus defeated Denmark 7 – 1
Switzerland defeated Israel 4 – 3
Ukraine defeated Moldova 9 – 3
Turkey defeated Hungary 3 – 1

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17

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DeafDigest Sports – November 15-17, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

- Deaf 11-man football Team of the Year

- a NCAA-I coach thanks Jimmy DeStefano

- a volleyball team continues the season

- one point defeat in football playoffs

- a big Gallaudet women’s basketball write up

- Gallaudet volleyball season ends

- 2014 football scores; complete listing

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

2014 football scores – fully completed; end of season
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/football-scores/

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Team of the Year honors – 11 man football
Maryland School for the Deaf

other Team of the Year honors previously announced
8-man football – Minnesota
soccer – Lexington
volleyball – Maryland

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comparing leading 11-man football teams

1.
4 teams had winning seasons – Florida, Fremont, Indiana, Maryland

2.
Maryland defeated Indiana
Maryland defeated Florida

3.
Fremont defeated Chavez (Washington, DC) 27-0
Perry Street (DC) defeated Chavez 34-6
Maryland defeated Perry Street 24-14

4.
from maxpreps:
against winning opponents – Maryland defeated 7-5 Perry
Street, 7-5 KIPP, 7-3 Indiana and 6-4 Florida

5.
from maxpreps:
the team with the best record that Fremont defeated
was 5-5 Chavez

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Season-ending football scores:

Rocky Bayou Christian 22 Florida 21 (championship game)
Berean Christian 15 Fremont 14 (playoff game)

2014 Deaf Football season officially ends.

We now look forward to the 2015 Deaf Football season.

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Bison men’s basketball drops season opener in overtime to Yeshiva
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mbkb/2014-15/releases/recap_yeshiva

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

Gallaudet offers Winthrop women more than just a blowout win
http://www.heraldonline.com/2014/11/15/6532478_gallaudet-offers-winthrop-women.html?rh=1

Gallaudet begins season against former Coach Kevin Cook and Winthrop
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wbkb/2014-15/releases/recap_winthrop

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Gallaudet volleyball

Bison season ends in NCAA tournament against No. 9 Christopher Newport
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wvball/2014-15/releases/recap_cnu

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Gallaudet football

Seniors leave it out on the field as Bison lose on Senior Day
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/fball/2014-15/releases/recap_maritime

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Gallaudet swimming

Marymount dominates the pool in sweep of Gallaudet
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wswimdive/2014-15/releases/recap_marymount


Goucher sweeps Gallaudet in swim meet
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mswimdive/2014-15/releases/recap_goucher

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Gallaudet cross country

Gallaudet represented by four Bison at NCAA Division III Mideast Regionals
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mxc/2014-15/releases/recap_ncaaregional

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Alabama basketball

 

Girls Varsity

ASD 33  GSD 24

 

Season record: 1 – 0

 

Boys Varsity

ASD 44  GSD 9

 

Season record: 1 – 0

Next game:  Jacksonville Christian Academy (Tuesday, November 18)


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Florida girls’ soccer

November 10 FSDB vs. Ridgeview High School
After a week with no games due to a cancelation the girls were excited to
be back on the field. Today.s opponents were Ridgeview Panthers. Some
girls were given the opportunity to start the game due to the fact that
some girls were not available. The defense did a fine job of forcing
Ridgeview to shoot from a distance. Amanda made some good saves but could
not prevent the Lady Panthers from taking a 3-0 lead. The Lady Dragons
started to grow into the game with some fine spells of possession.
Unfortunately four quick unanswered goals had the girls left with an
uphill battle for the second half. The girls showed a lot of fight with
that never- give- up attitude, holding the Lady Panthers to a stalemate
with nary a chance for either team. Eventually Ridgeview scored the
eighth goal with time running down.

November 13 FSDB vs. Flagler Palm Coast High School
Lady Dragons traveled 45 minutes south for a first time encounter with
Flagler Palm Coast. After a beautiful sunset the game started with both
teams trying to control the game. Palm Coast went close on numerous
occasions only to see the ball sail over the goal. Amanda made a couple
of great saves to keep the score at 0-4 at half-time. Each game the girls
seem to be improving their positional awareness. Although the girls have
limited experience they have hearts bigger than most of our opponents.
Ashley Moore had a good chance to score in the second half only to be
thwarted by the Palm Coast goalkeeper. Overall the performances are
continuing to improve game after game. With a final score of 0-7 the
girls should be proud of their performance tonight.

editor’s note:
in Florida, girls’ soccer is played in the winter months, wedged between
fall volleyball and the month of January

Florida Deaf has been fielding girls’ soccer team for quite a number
of years

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Fremont volleyball

CSD #6 defeated Mendocino #3 in NCS Divison 6 Playoffs last night 3-2.

Farrah Harmount: 37 digs, 11 kills, 6 aces
Chelsea Pedersen: 11 assists, 10 kills, 3 aces and 7 digs
Brianna Dike: 21 digs, 19 assists and 10 kills
Bryana Morales:11 blocks, 1 kill, 12 service points and 4 digs.
Irisa MacAulay: 12 digs, 6 blocks, 3 kills
Natalie Brentham delivered 25 digs and Milana Boren delivered 20 digs.

20-25, 25-19, 14-25, 25-16, 18-16

We face #2 San Francisco Waldorf this Wednesday at 7p.
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Fremont football

newspaper story

Berean Christian 15, California School for the Deaf 14: Senior Nicholas
Ramos ran for 109 yards in Berean Christian’s (6-5) Division V win over
visiting California School for the Deaf (8-3). In the tense battle, Berean
Christian (6-5) went ahead 15-14 on a leaping catch in the back of the end
zone by sophomore Isaiah Hodgins on a 3-yard play with 10:43 left in the
fourth quarter.

Berean Christian was able to run out the clock with a 77-yard drive to the
CSD 1-yard line, covering the final seven minutes and 14 seconds.

The host Eagles led 9-0 after a safety and a 47-yard touchdown pass from
Drey Avizenis to Josh Smith on a skinny post.

But CSD fought back with its sure-handed receivers and determination.
After a 72-yard completion from Zane Pedersen to Esau Zornoza, CSD cut the
deficit to 9-6 on a 3-yard touchdown catch by Adam Wemmer. CSD went ahead
14-9 before halftime on a juggling touchdown catch by Tristan Boren on a
9-yard play.

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Fremont football

CSD-Berean Recap

Today, the both Eagles of CSD and Berean Christian, a long time rival came
at each other with full steam in the very beginning to kickoff the first
round of the North Coast Sectionals! This resulted in both teams flirting
with each other with some long drives but coming out of it without points.
Berean struck first for 9-0 first quarter lead and then CSD struck big time
in the second for a 14-9 halftime lead. After that, it was a struggle by
both sides with both defenses disrupting the line of scrimmage and both
teams playing the field position game. Berean finally scored to make it a
15-14 lead and then recovered an onside kick. From there, they were able to
eat the time in the forth quarter and win this game. They did many really
incredible things and they are definitely one of the best CSD team. Even
though we all have the right to be sad for a bit, I listed seven reasons
after the game that I am really proud about this group.

1) ESPN has followed and basically “lived” with us for the last half of the
season. Their 30-30 crew will be releasing a documentary on CSD Football in
the fall of 2015 and spreading awareness to millions of people that deaf
students can thrive at schools for the deaf. This is much, much bigger than
football and we have been blessed to work with these very wonderful people
who strongly believe in what we do.
2) This was the first loss this season in which we were able to suit up all
starters.
3) CSD’s defense has allowed a total of only 83 points this season, 446
offensively.
4) All eight wins this year came via a shutout.
5) There has been so many records broken this year in the department of
passing, receiving, defensive, and numerous team records.
6) There are so many fine young guys, especially the seniors that will
really thrive in their lives outside of football.
7) Every player really adhered to my “work hard” philosophy and thus our
high-tempo practice, academics, off the field issues, and such has been
nothing less than extraordinary this year.

Passing:
Z.Pedersen 10-16, 135yd, 2TD

Rushing:
J.Pedersen 14-57
Wemmer 2-16
Z.Pedersen 2-0
Harmount 5-0

Receiving:
Zornoza 1-77
Boren 4-35, TD
Harmount 1-17
Wemmer 3-4, TD
J.Pedersen 1-2

Defensive:
Amann 15t, 1FF, 1FR, 1PD
Wemmer 8t
Vazquez 6t
Bustamante 6t, 1FF, 1PD
Boren 5t
Harmount 5t
J.Pedersen 4t, INT, 1FR, 1PD
Monroe 4t
Ponce 3t
Z.Pedersen 3t, INT
Duran 3t, 1PD
Ortiz 1t
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Texas girls’ basketball

We played at the Waldorf Classic this weekend and due to two teams backing
out, the varsity girls played only Head to Head games vs Waldorf and
Concordia High School. Our JV girls played Waldorf JV girls twice to
replace the two teams that backed out. Both games were final minute
thrillers!

Friday Scores-
Varsity vs Waldorf (won 44 – 17)
JV vs Waldorf JV (lost 15-17)

Saturday Scores-
Varsity vs Concordia (won 57 – 16)
JV vs Waldorf JV (won 29 – 27)

Next game is at home on Tuesday vs Hill Country Christian.


Varsity record 6-3
JV record 2-1

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a NCAA-I coach thanks Jimmy DeStefano

newspaper story

Vermont head coach John Becker owes his start in coaching to Jimmy Patsos.
They.re both graduates of Catholic University in Washington D.C., where
Patsos was a year ahead of Becker.

Patsos helped Becker get the interview for his first coaching job in 1994
as an assistant at Gallaudet, a school for the deaf and hard of hearing in
Washington. At the time, Becker was doing information technology work for
the Optical Society of America.

.The head coach at Gallaudet reached out to Jimmy looking for a
recommendation on an assistant,. Becker said. .He recommended me. So it.s
his fault I got into this crazy profession..

editor’s note:

Jimmy, who coaches basketball at Maryland School for the
Deaf and is involved with USA participation in international
deaf basketball competition, was a long time head basketball
coach at Gallaudet University. Becker himself served as
Gallaudet head coach for two seasons before moving on.

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DeafDigest Sports – November 14, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

……..

Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

- more honors for a Gallaudet volleyball player

- a one-point defeat

- Fremont football game preview

- basketball scores

 

 

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

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

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Football score:
Rocky Bayou Christian 22 Florida 21 (championship game)

upcoming game:
Nov 15 Fremont at Berean Christian (first round playoffs)

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Gallaudet volleyball

Kali Frowick named to the AVCA All-Region first team
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wvball/2014-15/releases/allregion

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Florida football

FSDB football loses heartbreaker in NFFC championship game

As a coin flip goes, so went this game.  In this instant classic,
Rocky Bayou Christian came out on top 22-21 in the North Florida
Football Conference Championship game tonight.  Our boys fought
VALIANTLY with an outstanding opponent and stood toe to toe with them
all night.  RBCS is the defending champion of our conference.  Their
championship game experience paid off for them tonight.

We jumped out to a 15-0 lead behind Marcus Maldonado’s two
touchdowns- a 43-yard run and a 39-yard pick-six.  We went into
halftime with a 15-7 lead after RBCS scored on a pass play.

They also scored quickly into the 3rd quarter on a fumble recovery
return to seize momentum of the game at 15-15.  Our ground game was
not to be denied as we churned out 301 yards on 54 carries.  We put
together a real nice drive that culminated in a Cedric Scott 3 yard
TD run to take the lead 21-15 with 4:36 in the game.  Our two point
try was no good.

RBCS put together an outstanding drive and scored to tie it, 21-21.
Their kick was good and put them ahead by 1 point.  We could not
muster a drive to answer their score and the game ended, 21-22.

Our defense deserves a lot of credit tonight for keeping us in the
game.  While I do not have the exact stats, I believe we held them to
their lowest yardage output of the season.  Tyler Ames was a monster
recording 15 tackles tonight.

Our football season has ended.  By all accounts, it was a successful
6-4 season.  It was the first time we went to the NFFC championship
game.  The boys have no reason to hang their heads.  They played
really well tonight!!

SCORING SUMMARY
2q 5:48- FSDB Maldonado 43 run (Cash run) 8-0
2q 4:50- FSDB Maldonado 39 int ret (Garcia kick) 15-0
2q 0:25- RBCS pass td (kick) 15-7
3q 9:31- RBCS fum ret td (run good) 15-15
4q 4:36- FSDB Scott 3 run (pass fail) 21-15
4q 2:37- RBCS rush td (kick good) 21-22
STATISTICS
RUSHING
Cash 20-131 1pat, Maldonado 13-92 1td, AntWallace 11-40, Scott 8-33
1td, Homewood 1-3, Ynirio 1-2

PASSING
Scott 0/5 1int

RECEIVING
DEFENSE
Ames 15t 1tfl 1ff, Cash 6t 1tfl 1sk, Homewood 6t 2sk, Vital 5t 1tfl,
AlWallace 5t 1sk, Scott 3t, Galpine 3t, Townsend 3t, Ynirio 2t,
Williams 2t, Philyor 1t, Kovatch 1t, AntWallace 1t, Touahri 1t,
Maldonado 1int 1td 1pd

SPECIAL TEAMS
Garcia 1/1 PAT

(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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Florida girls’ basketball

FSDB vs Pedro Menendez                          11/13/14
Varsity Lady Dragons
1st Quarter- 3-7                        Record: 0-1
2nd Quarter- 14-16                      
3rd Quarter- 19-25                                                      
4th Quarter- 23- 35                                             
                                                    
        Going into this game we knew we were in for a battle. Pedro
Menendez is a tough opponent that last year
handled us fairly easily. On top of being a tough game, this was also our
first game so there was first game
nerves to work through. I will admit I was shocked by how well the girls
handled the pressure the first half.
Their defense was extremely strong and they battled for every rebound. We
quickly put Pedro into foul trouble and,
had we taken advantage of the free throws, we maybe looking at a different
outcome. Our downfall tonight was
rushing through offense and not setting up our plays. In the third
quarter, frustration started to set in and
Pedro started to pull ahead. We definitely beat ourselves at the end of
the game, but this was a great learning
experience for them. Overall, I am extremely happy with the progress the
girls have made from last year and look
forward to what they do next week!

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Fremont football

newspaper story

No. 10 California School for the Deaf (8-2) at No. 7 Berean Christian
(5-5), 1 p.m. — CSD, with a defense that hasn’t allowed a point since
Oct. 17, will have to contain Berean Christian’s two-way playmaker, Isaiah
Hodgins.

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Indiana girls’ basketball

newspaper story

International 53, Indiana Deaf 50.
Leaders: Isabella Paulone (ID) 13 points

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Texas girls’ basketball

We played a strong, physical San Marcos Academy girls squad last night. We
lost 53-27. There are two games scheduled for this weekend.

Tonight we face a good Austin Waldorf School team and tomorrow we play
against Concordia High School (both games are at Waldorf).

Record is 4-3.

 

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Virginia basketball

From Thursday November 13th
     Girls lost to Albemarle Christian 4 to 29

     Boys lost to Covington Boys Home 34 to 69

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DeafDigest Sports – November 13, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

……..

Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

- a big write up about Florida championship game tonite

- a honor for a Gallaudet football player

- Gallaudet basketball rosters

- a pro triathlon participant

- a NCAA-I basketball program signs a deaf recruit

- few basketball scores

 

 

 

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

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Upcoming football games – season still
continues for two schools

remaining football game
Nov 13 Florida hosts Rocky Bayou Christian (championship game)

Nov 15 Fremont at Berean Christian (first round playoffs)

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Gallaudet football

Nico Santiago named to CoSIDA Football Academic All-District first team
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/fball/2014-15/releases/cosidaalldistrict14

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Gallaudet basketball rosters

http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mbkb/2014-15/roster

http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wbkb/2014-15/roster

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Florida football game tonite

newspaper story

FSDB prepares for tonight’s North Florida Football Conference title game

Despite rolling to a convincing victory over St. Joseph to end the regular
season and earn a berth in the North Florida Football Conference
championship game, Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind coach Eric
LeFors knew his team was running on empty.’

The Dragons were dealing with injuries to key players and a tough stretch
of schedule that saw the team make trips to Maryland and Alabama for
October games.

With a week to rest, recuperate and get back to the basics, LeFors is
feeling confident entering today.s 7 p.m. conference title game against
visiting Niceville Rocky Bayou Christian.

.The week off has been a blessing for the team,. he said. .We.ve gotten
healthier, and we were able to revisit the fundamentals of football to
prepare for the game. Our practices have been upbeat, and we.re all eager
to get the game started..

FSDB secured a spot in the conference title game with a 26-0 triumph over
the Flashes in a game that failed to make halftime due to inclement
weather. Bolstered by a pair of rushing touchdowns each by Cedric Scott
and Anthony Cash, the Dragons flexed their muscle against an overmatched
St. Joseph defense.

Cash, a senior running back who also plays linebacker, and Scott, a junior
quarterback, lead the team in rushing. Cash has nine touchdowns while
averaging 9 yards per touch. Scott also has found the end zone nine times
and is averaging 10.3 yards per carry.

LeFors is hoping for more of the same against Rocky Bayou Christian.

.These two players are a huge asset to our offense,. he said. .Our
offensive line has done a great job giving them lanes to run through, and
those players have the ability to take a 7-yard gain and turn it into a
long touchdown..

With one game remaining and a recharged group of players, LeFors said the
task is simple.

.Our mantra this week is, .Do your job and play for the trophy,.. he said.
.There.s really not much more that can be said at this point of the
season..

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Mississippi boys’ basketball

Mississippi School for the Deaf vs Louisiana School for
the Deaf basketball on November 11, 2014

Final Score:
MSD- 37
LSD- 42

Scoring Leaders:
MSD
Terry Fleming- 9 points

Team Record: MSD (0-2)
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Virginia basketball

VSDB girls and boys game

Results from VSDB’s first game of the basketball season.

The VSDB girls and boys basketball teams won their first game of the
season.

The girls defeated Afton Christian 25 to 24. Leading scorer for VSDB
was Lourdes Benitez with 9 points and Afton Christian’s Brie Jackson
scored 20 points.

The boys team also defeated Afton Christian 60 to 22. Aaron Quillen
scored 30 for VSDB and Nathan Hollifield scored 8 for Afton.

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pro triathlon

Melinda Vernon, Australia
http://bit.ly/1v7zBly

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a NCAA-I basketball program signs a deaf recruit

Rogers Printup, who is deaf and plays high school
basketball at Orange Lutheran in California, has
signed to play basketball for University of
California at Davis, a NCAA-I program.

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DeafDigest Sports – November 11-12, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

……..

Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

– first round NCAA-III, Gallaudet vs Christopher Newport

– basketball scores

– Zero to Hero deaf participant

 

 

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

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

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Upcoming football games – season still
continues for two schools

remaining football game
Nov 13 Florida hosts Rocky Bayou Christian (championship game)

Nov 15 Fremont at Berean Christian (first round playoffs)

……………….

Gallaudet volleyball

Gallaudet will face No. 9 Christopher Newport in first round of NCAA Divivison III women’s volleyball championship
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wvball/2014-15/releases/ncaatournament

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Indiana girls’ basketball

newspaper story

Indiana Deaf 49, Baptist Academy 47

Isabella Paulone made 25 points

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Mississippi girls’ basketball

Final MSD 59- LSD 16
MSD Kylisha Cathey – 29
MSD Shakeedra Hubbard – 16

LSD Alexia Powell – 12 points

MSD Girls now 1-1
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Tennessee basketball

newspaper story

Tip Classic at Univ of Tenn Arena
Girls TSD 14  Knoxville Christian 9
Boys Knoxville Christian 26 TSD 21
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Texas girls’ basketball

Varsity won 53-32 .. beating Granger HS tonight.

Next game @ San Marcos Academy on Thurs night.

Record now: 4-2

JV girls won 32-2.. beating Granger JV

Record now: 1-0

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Virginia girls’ basketball

newspaper story

VSDB escapes in opener

STAUNTON . The Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind got its 2014-15
girls’ basketball season off to a roaring start Tuesday as the Cardinals
held off Afton Christian 25-24 in the Lewellyn gym.

Lourdes Benitez sparked the Cardinals with nine points. Afton Christian’s
Brie Jackson scored 20 of her team’s 24 points.

VSDB (1-0) is home again Thursday for a contest against Albemarle
Christian.

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Zero to hero deaf participant

Can Silent Assassin deliver on debut?
http://www.swindonadvertiser.co.uk/sport/11594919.WHITE_COLLAR__Can____Silent_Assassin____deliver_on_debut_/

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DeafDigest Sports – November 9-10, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

……..

Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

- Gallaudet volleyball enroute to NCAA-III

- Florida in championship game

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

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

……………..

Upcoming football games – season still
continues for two schools

remaining football game
Nov 13 Florida hosts Rocky Bayou Christian (championship game)

Nov 15 Fremont at Berean Christian (first round playoffs)

……………….

Gallaudet volleyball

Gallaudet wins fifth straight NEAC women’s volleyball championship
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wvball/2014-15/releases/recap_neacchamp

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Gallaudet football

GU fumbles chance against Castleton at home
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/fball/2014-15/releases/recap_castleton

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Gallaudet swimming

Falcons soar past Bison in NEAC road meet, 102-92
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wswimdive/2014-15/releases/recap_cedarcrest

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Florida football

opponent Rocky Bayou Christian is 5-5 whereas Florida is 6-3

They won the conference championship last season.

according to maxpreps, Florida ranks higher than Rocky Bayou
Christian

Question:
has FSDB ever played against Rocky Bayou Christian in the past?

Answer:
According to FSDB historian/past football manager Brendan P Murphy:

no,  FSDB never have played against that team in the past;
it is the first time.

Comment by coach Lefors:
Rocky Bayou Christian will test our mettle

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Fremont football

CSD won our last regular season game against a longtime rival Emery
32-0 in a very physical game.  We will face a former league rival
Berean Christian High School who is seeded #7 in the Northern Coast
Section Division 5 playoffs on Saturday as a visiting #10 seed.

Passing:

Z.Pedersen 13-23, 173yd, 2INT
Zornoza 0-1

Rushing:
J.Pedersen 18-88, 2TD
Harmount 5-27, TD
Boren 1-5
Wemmer 1-4
Z.Pedersen 4-1
Scognamgilio 1- -2
Moses 1- -3
Ponce 1- -4
Zornoza 1- -4

Receiving:
Wemmer 7-74
J.Pedersen 2-58
Boren 2-21
Harmount 2-20

Defensive:
Amann 15t, 1FR
Wolfangle 7t, 1s
Wemmer 5t
Scognamgilio 5t
J.Pedersen 3t, INT
Ponce 3t
Vazquez 3t
Z.Pedersen 2t, 2INT, TD
Harmount 2t, 2FF, 1FR
Bustamante 2t, 1FF
Boren 2t
Oliver 1t, 1s, 1FR
Portillo 1t
Enriquez 1t

editor’s note:

Berean Christian is 5-5 but is seeded 7th whereas Fremont
is 8-2 but is seeded 10th. Something to do with schedule
strength, but maxpreps has ranked Fremont higher than
Berean Christan. Go figure!

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Fremont volleyball

season continues!

DIVISION VI

Wednesday’s first round

No. 6 California School for the Deaf (17-10) at No. 3 Mendocino (18-10)

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Riverside football

CSD-Riverside- 54
Sherman Indians- 46

Rogelio Maciel-
Individual All-Purposed Yards- 664 yards
3 TD Run (76 yd, 31 yd, 58 yd)
2 TD KR (75 yd, 72 yd)
1 TD Int (101 yd)

208 yard run
46 yard pass
62 yard punt return
147 yard kick off return
101 yard int return

7 tackles
1 Int
2 Pass Deflected

Alan Alcocer-
99 yd Int TD

Raymond Lee-Levin
3 yd run TD

TOP Total Tackles
Wayne Aguirre- 14
Aaron Hernandez- 11
Alan Alcocer- 10 (1 INT TD)
Albert Corona- 8
Regelio Maciel- 7 (2 PD) (1 INT TD)
Zeniko Acota-Grant- 6

End of the season (1-7)
editor’s note:
the players were very thrilled to dump the Gatorade
on Coach Darrin Green after the win. While he taught
at Riverside for many years, it is his first season
as head football coach.

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Texas girls’ basketball

Texas Girls Basketball results at the Central Texas Fall Classic this
weekend:

Game 1:
TSD 36 – Austin Royals 15

Game 2:
TSD 28 – CHSA Home School 44

Game 3: 
TSD 29 – Abilene High School 13

Game 4: 
TSD 30 – Regents 39

Record on the season is now 3-2.  Our next game will be @ Granger
High School (Tuesday).

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Virginia boys’ basketball

newspaper story
http://www.newsleader.com/story/sports/high-school/2014/11/09/vsdb-boys-basketball-preview-youth-experience/18776307/

………..

Virginia girls’ basketball

newspaper story
http://www.newsleader.com/story/sports/high-school/2014/11/09/vsdb-girls-basketball-preview-push-improve-record/18774237/

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DeafDigest Sports – November 6-8, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

……..

Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

- a football team is conference champions

- Gallaudet athlete is NEAC Player of the Year

- New Mexico not involved in a scandal

- deaf football referee for 31 years

- 8th shutout by a football team this season

- first football win of season by a previously winless team
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2014 football scores (updated every Monday)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/football-scores/

Upcoming football games – season still
continues for a few schools

Fremont 32 Emery 0
Maryland 42 KIPP 0 (conference champions)
Riverside 54 Sherman Indian 48 (finally won in last game of season)
Texas 36 Central Texas Christian 29
remaining football game
Nov 13 Florida to host championship game (opponent to be determined)

Note:
If Fremont qualifies for playoffs, their season may or may not extend
right up to the Thanksgiving Day weekend!

…………

Gallaudet volleyball

Frowick named NEAC Player of the Year, four Bison earn All-NEAC honors
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wvball/2014-15/releases/allneac

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Fremont football

Fremont 32, Emery 0
Eighth win, eighth shutout!
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Louisiana football

http://www.nbc33tv.com/sports/hs-football/louisiana-school-for-the

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Maryland football

          1     2     3     4      Final
MSD   14   14   14    0       42
KIPP     0    0     0     0        0
Scoring Summary

1st Quarter
(MSD) Latin 6 yd run (Latin run) 8:57
(MSD) Latin 24 yd run (Pass Failed) 5:50

2nd Quarter
(MSD) Latin 3 yd run (Pass Failed) 7:10
(MSD) Latin 18 yd run (Seremeth run) 4:11

3rd Quarter
(MSD) Latin 27 yd run (Pass Failed) 9:33
(MSD) Latin 10 yd run (Orozco pass from Biskupiak) 3:03
We were able to seal the 2014 season with a convincing victory over
KIPP in Capital Area Football Conference Governor’s Cup championship
game. Yave Sanchez was selected as Most Valuable Player of the game. 
This is a sweet revenge considering that KIPP defeated us in the
championship game last year. This game is 40 points improvement
considering that we defeated KIPP 16-14 five weeks ago. 

We won the last six games and finished the season 9-2.  The team was
on a roll in their last 4 games, scoring 238 points (59.5 per game)
and allowed only 6 points (on a kickoff return).  

Sophomore running back Austin Latin was on a fire, scoring 6
touchdowns and ran for 210 yards on 20 carries,  His 6 touchdowns
tied school record for most TDs in a game (Anthony Epps, 1986).
Austin became 15th running back in school history to surpass 1,000
yards.  Austin finished the season with 1,110 yards.  Senior Jake
Bonheyo fell 46 yards short for 1,000 yards.  He went down with an
injury early in first quarter and did not play the rest of the game.
 

Team Stats: MSD 47 carries for 361 yards. KIPP’s offense was held to
only total 28 rushing yards and 9 passing yards. 

Individual Stats: 
Austin Latin 20 carries 210 yards 6 tds 
John Werner, Jr. 10 carries 53 yards

Yave Sanchez 8 total tackles, 2 fumble recoveries
Cody Moers 8 total tackles, 2 forced fumbles
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New Mexico not involved in a scandal

http://www.santafenewmexican.com/sports/nmaa-suspends-waldorf-volleyball-coach/article_f796a6b0-4305-54bc-9e2e-97e0383079fd.html

According to sources close to the investigation, the incident involved a
player.s parent using a tablet during the Coronado-New Mexico School for
the Deaf match on Oct. 30. At issue is a bylaw regarding anybody
associated with a school . be it player, coaches, administrators or
players. parents/guardians . videotaping or recording a game or match in
which its team is not involved.

………………….

Texas football

On a warm, then post-halftime, suddenly chilly evening, the Texas
School for the Deaf Rangers (3-5) played St. Gerard Catholic Royals
(3-5) for our Homecoming.  TSD Rangers exploded in the first quarter,
putting 24 points on the board to St. Gerardÿÿs 6.  During the second
quarter until to the end of the game, all of the defensive starters
stayed on the sidelines, cheering as the Rangers continued to shut
down St. Gerardÿÿs offense with 6 points during the second quarter, 0
in third, and 6 in the fourth quarter for a total of 18 at the end of
the game.  Freshman Dylan Sicoli made the first interception of his
career during the third quarter.  

Offensively, there were too many capable Rangers moving the ball
forward either by running or receiving the ball for St. Gerard to
keep track of.  Juniors Justin Akers, Alvin Anthony, Elonzo Arellano,
Austin Sliva-Wynne and Sophomore Stone Leiker all contributed to a
rushing total of 150 yards.  Sliva-Wynne, in his second game as
starting quarterback, accumulated 316 passing yards and 7 touchdown
passes, breaking the record previously held by TSD Ranger Dalton
Etkie with 5 touchdown passes in one game.  On the receiving end were
Junior Dalton Taylor, with 7 catches for 108 yards and 3 touchdowns,
Senior Iosif Shayman with 7 catches for 84 yards and 2 touchdowns. 

Senior Iosif Shayman with 7 catches for 84 yards and 2 touchdowns. 
Arellano also had 4 catches for 51 yards and 1 touchdown.  Anthony
surprised St. Gerard (and the rest of us) with an exciting catch at
the very end of the game for 49 yards and a touchdown.      
The Rangers, now 4-5, will host Central Texas Christian (4-4) this
Friday at 7 pm.  This will be TSD’s final game of the season.  Both
TSD and Central Texas Christian have 2 win and 3 losses in Texas
Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS) Division III,
District 3.  Be prepared for an exciting game as both teams seem to
be evenly matched in size, strength and speed.  

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football referee for 31 years

http://www.krtv.com/news/ron-bibler-s-silent-whistle/

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