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20

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DeafDigest Sports – September 20, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

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

- Gallaudet’s new men soccer coach

- football scores

- volleyball and soccer scores

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won/lost records – as of September 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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Thursday’s football scores

Model 52 Tennessee 16

Miami-Yoder 51 Colorado 14
Owen-Gage 47 Michigan 12
West Lutheran 40 Minnesota 18
Ft Inn 62 South Carolina 42
Rainer Christian 48 Washington 6
Siren 52 Wisconsin 28

Friday football scores

Fremont 41 Calistoga 0
Indiana 45 Anderson Prep 20
Maryland 24 Perry Street 14

Glendale Prep 70 Phoenix 24
Campbell Hall 43 Riverside 20
Lake Country Christian 43 Texas 6

today’s games
Sep 20 Kansas at Missouri
Sep 20 Iowa at Arkansas
Sep 20 Alabama at Mississippi
Sep 20 Oklahoma at Louisiana
Sep 20 Carolinas at Georgia

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Gallaudet men’s soccer

Pedro Braz named Gallaudet men’s soccer head coach

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/msoc/2014-15/releases/braz

editor’s note: Gallaudet is restarting men’s soccer in the 2015 season
after dropping this sport after the 2012 season

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Colorado football

lost 51-14 to Miami-Yoder

0-4 record

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Delaware volleyball

West Nottingham 25-14

West Nottingham 25-18

West Nottingham 25-14

Lost 3-0

0-3 record

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Fremont football

Undefeated Eagles blank Calistoga

newspaper story at:
http://napavalleyregister.com/sports/high-school/undefeated-eagles-blank-calistoga/article_43b72d1d-8f6b-5c69-9a08-443a34089166.html

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Indiana football

Indiana Deaf spoils APA’s homecoming

newspaper story at:
http://www.heraldbulletin.com/sports/article_a63b3b00-4076-11e4-b318-cbccf5b4c196.html

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Maryland football

Maryland School for the Deaf vs. Perry Street Prep (9/19/2014)

MSD  6     6      6        6       24
PSP   0    14     0         0      14

Scoring Summary

1st Quarter 
MSD – Bonheyo 72 yards run (Run Failed) 10:05

2nd Quarter
PSP – Taylor 81 yards run (Middleton pass to Gray) 9:20
MSD – Latin 17 yards run (Run Failed) 6:10
PSP – Middleton Pass to Gray 17 yards (Pass Failed) 0:45

3rd Quarter
MSD – Biskupiak 1 yard run (Pass Failed) 7:50

4th Quarter
MSD – Werner, Jr. 27 yards Interception Return (Run Failed) 0:40

Team Stats:
MSD 34 carries for 179 yards with 16 passing yards
PSP – 26 carries for 88 yards with 100 passing yards

Notable Individual Stats:
MSD – Bonheyo 9 carries for 124 yards with 1 td
PSP – Tyalor 10 carries for 101 yards with 1 td

Werner led team with 2 interceptions with one returned for touchdown at 4th quarter. 
Orozco led team with 8 total tackles.

The game was very exciting. MSD was able to respond very quick at early
game with 72 yards run by Bonheyo in 1st quarter. Unfortunately PSP has
better 2nd quarter game where they scored 14 points against us. When 3rd
quarter began, MSD surprised PSP with onside kick and from there the game
has been deadlock. PSP and MSD’s defense side were able to stop each other’s
offense. MSD only had 18 yards while PSP only had 34 total yards. At 4th
quarter, MSD was able to seal the win led by Werner’s interception returned
for 27 yards. 

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Minnesota volleyball

http://www.southernminn.com/faribault_daily_news/sports/article_75088c8f-a404-53e6-9e70-6156aaea915d.html

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Minnesota football

http://www.southernminn.com/faribault_daily_news/sports/article_77f525a5-92c0-52b6-9abe-ed5d9d0328db.html

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New York sports

Soccer

NYSD vs Masters

The NYSD team played at Masters School. The NYSD led by 1-0 at the halftime.
The NYSD defenders played well. We played 0-0 in the second half. The NYSD won
game by 1-0. Carlos Vegas scored 1 goal.

The record is 1-1

 

Volleyball
NYSD vs Masters
The first home game opened at Fanwood to a nice gathering of supporters.
NYSD girls volleyball team defeated Masters in two straight sets 29-27
and 25-23. It was their first win of the young season. The team did really
well with serving especially for the youngest members, Anjel Perez and
Silmara Campos. Rookie Samantha Pon led the team with one ace, one assist,
and three digs. The Lady Tornadoes will play again Stamford Academy on Tuesday,
September 23rd at New York School for the Deaf. 

The record is 1-1

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DeafDigest Sports – September 19, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

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

- many volleyball scores

- soccer scores

- soccer team survives a 6-2 deficit

- volleyball team overcomes 2-1 deficit to win 3-2

- results of Model’s first football game of season

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won/lost records – as of September 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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Thursday’s football scores

Model 52 Tennessee 16

Owen-Gage 47 Michigan 12
West Lutheran 40 Minnesota 18
Ft Inn 62 South Carolina 42
Rainer Christian 48 Washington 6
Siren 52 Wisconsin 28

yesterday’s score not reported
Sep 18 Colorado hosts Miami-Yoder

 
Sep 19 Phoenix at Glendale Prep
Sep 19 Riverside at Campbell Hall
Sep 19 Maryland at Perry Street Prep
Sep 19 Fremont at Calistoga
Sep 19 Indiana at Anderson Prep
Sep 19 Texas at Lake Country Christian

Sep 20 Kansas at Missouri
Sep 20 Iowa at Arkansas
Sep 20 Alabama at Mississippi
Sep 20 Oklahoma at Louisiana
Sep 20 Carolinas at Georgia

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Gallaudet volleyball

Bison swept by regional power Stevenson in home opener

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University women’s volleyball team fell to
regional power Stevenson University in straight sets, 3-0, here Thursday
night in the home opener before a rowdy crowd of 230.

Gallaudet (3-7) got off to a slow start as the Mustangs (11-1) took the
first set, 25-13. The Bison tried to rally back with the support of the
home crowd but Stevenson outside hitters Kristen Brooks and Lauren Weaver
stopped the late push with 12 and nine kills, respectively, as the Mustangs
took the last two sets, 25-15, 25-16.

Senior outside hitter Kali Frowick  (Norfolk, Neb.) led Gallaudet with seven
kills, 12 digs and two blocks (one solo) on the night. Junior setter TraciAnn
Hoglind (Fisher, Ind.) passed out 18 assists while junior libero Kate Fetzer
(Noblesville, Ind.) contributed to the defense with a team-high 14 digs.

Stevenson, who received votes in this week’s Division III national poll, has
won 10 straight matches.

The Bison hit the road to enter North Eastern Athletic Conference play this
weekend as they travel to Wells College to face the host Express, Bryn Athyn
College, Morrisville State College and SUNYIT. The Bison will go up against
Wells and Bryn Athyn on Saturday, Sept. 20, starting at 4 p.m.
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Alabama volleyball

Thursday, September 18, 2014

At Munford

 

Munford 3  Alabama 0

25 – 8, 25 – 7, 25 – 10

 

Season record: 4 – 5

Area record: 3 – 1

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American volleyball

We played against Hartford Christian and we lost.
The score is 11-25, 22-25, and 19-25.

The record is 0-2.
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Arkansas volleyball

Arkansas defeated Community Christian 3-2; 25-23, 17-25, 18-25, 25-16, 15-12

 

We came back as a team and fired up in last 2 matches beating Community Christian in a conference contest.

 

Way to go, Lady Leopards!

 

Next Game: Lifeway @ Arkansas 9/19 and Iowa @ Arkansas 9/20

 

Record: 2-5

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Florida volleyball

FSDB vs. St. Joe
0-6 record
FSDB 14 18 26 9
St. Joe 25 25 24 25

I feel like I sound like a broken record! The roller coaster continued
again tonight. The 1st game was okay, but not great. We just couldn’t break
serve. The 2nd game was much better, but we started too late. We had an
AMAZING 3rd game. It was by far the best game of season. And the 4th
game, my team left and some other girls showed up or so it seemed. I’m
not sure what happened, but those were not my girls out on the floor.
We have our first three game week of the season, next week. I hope
they can put this loss behind them and get ready to fight for some wins
next week!! The girls have a great opportunity tomorrow! They get to
play an intersquad scrimmage at UNF between the 2nd and 3rd sets of
their 10:00 volleyball match!

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Indiana football

newspaper prediction

Indiana Deaf (4-0) at Anderson Prep (0-4): Indiana Deaf looks for payback
from a 14-6 loss last season to Anderson Prep.
Indiana Deaf 34, Anderson Prep 18.
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Lexington soccer

Martin Luther 6 Lexington 6
 
East Elmhurst, N.Y.- Martin Luther showed up at Lexington as a
different team as they lost three key players from last year’s
roster. Martin Luther controled the first 60 minutes of the game.
They had 3 to 2 lead over Lexington Blue Jays team playing with out
Raymond Mukhailov at halftime. Right after halftime Martin Luther
scored three goals in a row within the first 8 minutes of play.
Lexington team fell into a deep hole being down 2-6 until the
58th minute mark we started to fire up our offense and came back
to tie the game at 77th minute mark. Samer Abualya missed two
shots that were easily scored but the shot was over the top of
the net. Samer’s last shot was at 15 seconds before the game was
called. Could you imagine if the last shot was scored and Lexington
escaped with a win within the final seconds of the game? it was a
nice surge by Lexington team to take the tie and avoid losing another game!
 
Goals: Jaime Pavia (4) one penalty kick, Samer Abulaya (2)
Assists: none
Saves: Jia-Cheng Huang (16)
 
Season record: 0-3-1 (PSAA: 0-3-1)
 
Next game: Avenues at Lexington on Monday, September 22nd at 4:00 PM.

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Lexington volleyball
Friday, September 12th- against Kew Forest- Canceled- rescheduled in Oct

Tuesday, September 16, against Staten Island Academy

#1- SIA 25-18

#2 SIA 25-18

#3 SIA 29-27

The lady Bluejays led by rookie Tiona Diamond with 3 aces and 3
kills. Senior Brittany Torres collected 6 aces and Victoria
Pon contributed 6 aces.

Record 0-1

PSAA league 0-1

 

Thursday, September 18th, against Martin Luther

The girls came together today and took the win over Martin
Luther. They brought the game to 5 sets, after won the first
2 sets, holding on to everything they had and pulling through
at the very end. They ended the 5th set with a 15-13 win.
Lexington Lady Bluejays collected their first win of the season
with 3-2 over Martin Luther.

#1 Lex 25-17

#2 Lex 25-19

#3 ML 25-22

#4 ML 25-19

#Lex 15-13

Victoria Pon collected 8 aces, 13 points and 12 attacks. Brittany
Torres contributed 5 aces, 5 assists and 17 points. Nicole
Cerone 6 aces, 5 attacks and 13 points.

 

Record 1-1

PSAA league 1-1

 

Our next game is today, September 19th against Avenue School.

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland beat St. Marie Goretti, 3-0
Scores:  25-16, 25-13, 25-11
Record  13-1

Stats

Bridget Berrigan
1 block, 2 digs

Brooke Bonheyo
8 assists, 10 digs

Adele Daniels
11 kills, 1 assist, 8 digs, 4 aces

Monique Johnson
2 kills, 1 block

Karita Lewis
10 kills, 3 digs, 5 aces

Tessa Lewis
9 kills, 1 assist, 8 digs, 4 aces

Kaela Luttrell
3 digs, 2 aces

Alexa Paulay-Simmons
3 assists, 1 dig

Kaitlyn Weeks
1 kill, 18 assists, 6 digs, 1 ace
Maryland Beat St. Marie Goretti, 2-0
Scores:  25-23, 25-22
Record: 5-1

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Minnesota football

MSAD lost to West Lutheran, 18 to 40.

3-1 now.
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Missouri volleyball

MSD bows to Chamois in three sets

The host Lady Eagles slipped to 0-4 on the season after
Thursday night’s 25-9, 25-14 and 25-8 loss to the Lady Pirates.

Sophomore Tyra Rogers led Missouri School for the Deaf with
four service points, while she and fellow sophomore Cheyenne
Dickerson both recorded 54 percent on passing.

Senior Joyla Ingram was also 89 percent on serve-receives
and 50 percent on both passing and spikes for the Lady Eagles.
Sophomore Avalon Saxton logged 67 percent on serve-receives,
89 percent on passing and 50 percent on spikes.

MSD faces Kansas School for the Deaf for homecoming at 9 a.m. Saturday.

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New York volleyball
NYSD falls to EF International by 18-25, 25-18 & 12-15
It was the first game for the Fanwood girl volleyball team.
The players were very excited and nervous. EF International
jumped to an early lead as they won the first set. Unfortunately,
the players made a lot of mistakes. The girls improved in the
second set enough to win and level the score 1 set to 1.
EF International bounced back and closed out the match in the last set.

This year we have a high number of rookie players. Coach Kandace
look forward to see the players to grow together as a team this season.
Senior, Rosey Aruz, led the team with 12 service points.
The record is 0-1
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Ohio volleyball

9/11/13
Torah Academy 16-25-25
Ohio 25-22-10

9/12 at Kentucky Spike Out in Danville, KY
Ohio 25-25
South Carolina. 9-18

Ohio 25-25
St. Rita 8-10

9/13 at Kentucky
Mississippi 25-25
Ohio 18-14

Kentucky 25-25
Ohio 11-20

Michigan 25-25
Ohio 11-19

Kentucky 25-25
Ohio 13-22

Fourth place finish for us in Kentucky. A special thank you go to
Billy Lange and his committee for great work!

2-5 record

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Ohio soccer
9/11/14
Torah Academy 7
Ohio 0

Season Record: 0-1

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Oklahoma football

OSD faces team its never beaten on Saturday

Oklahoma School for the Deaf heads to Baton Rouge,
La., on Saturday for its second game of the season.

full story at:
http://www.ardmoreite.com/article/20140919/NEWS/140919638

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South Carolina volleyball
Vs. Tennessee School for the Deaf

L, 0-3

(19-25, 21-25, 7-25)

 

Record 1-11

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South Carolina football

Ft Inn wins game 62-42.

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St Mary’s volleyball

SMSD won their first match against Oracle Charter School.

The first game was 25 to 21 ; SMSD won.
The second game was 25 to 8; SMSD won.

Tracy White had 17 points in both games and Ta’Leah had 8 points.

Record: 1-0

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St Mary’s soccer

The Bisons Varsity soccer club looked forward to stepping on the field
yesterday in their first true match in over a year against the Oracle
charter school. We had some fresh faces (Tyler Mondo-Goodrich, Christian
Lawrence, & Givon Blackewell) who were playing at the varsity level for
the first time and were anxious to see what it was all about. Although
our squad did not finish the contest with a desired result, their
enthusiasm to be playing in a game that meant something could not be
ignored. All three rookies showed the coaches that they had some of
the necessary traits to play at this level and were willing to grow
and get better as the season progresses. Our defense played solid
but we struggled to mount any offensive attack. The lack of production
took its toll on our defense and eventually the game became quite
lopsided (13-0). That said, there were some bright spots. Standout
performances came from our keeper(Dalton Planty) who made a number
of key saves throughout the course of the match and Baylen Oliver
who did his best to cover and control the middle of the field.
Thanks to our supporters who came out to watch us play on a crisp
fall day. Our next match is Tuesday when we travel to West Seneca
Christian. Please wish us luck.

0-1 record

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Tennessee football

At TSD:

(against Model Secondary School for the Deaf – Washington, D.C.)
MSSD. 8. 22. 0. 22 – 52
TSD. 8. 0. 0. 8. – 16

MSSD. TSD
First Downs. 19. 6
Rushes-Yards. 50-415. 22-19
Passing. 65. 101
Comp-Att-Int. 3-8-0. 7-16-0
Return Yards. 5. 94
Punts. 0. 3-27
Fumbles-Lost. 5-0. 4-3
Penalties-Yards. 12-140. 6-65

Records: MSSD 1-0, TSD 4-1

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Tennessee volleyball

TSD Volleyball defeated South Carolina in last night’s match W 25-19, 25-21, 25-7.

Record 1-6

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Texas volleyball

TSD 21 10 23
FA 25 25 25

TSD 11-15-3

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Western Pennsylvania sports

VOLLEYBALL

 

TUESDAY – lost to Hillcrest Christian Academy,
0-3 (19-25, 12-25, and 15-25)

 

LEAGUE and OVERALL RECORD: 2-4

 

THURSDAY – beat Armbrust Christian Academy,
3-1 (22-25, 25-21, 25-17, and 25-19)

 

LEAGUE and OVERALL RECORD: 3-4

 

 

SOCCER

 

THURSDAY – beat Champion Christian, 3-2 We led, 2-0 at the
half and they connected 2 goals, one at the 48th minute mark
and the 2nd one at the 78th minute mark before we added
another one at the 78th minute mark.

 

OVERALL and LEAGUE RECORD: 2-2-0

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Wisconsin volleyball

WSD vs Grace 9/18 won 3-1

21-25, 25-15, 25-22, 25-13

First game – Senior Madi Conine served for three points.
Matsche and Miller each had one ace serve with MIller
serving for eight points.

Second game – Aces – Matsche 3, Kangas 1, Menzel 2,
Kenneman 1 with five points.

Third game – Matsche nine points with five aces,
Menzel six points with one ace.

Fourth game – Matsche thirteen points with six aces,
Kenneman five points with two aces, Besaw three points with one ace.

3-5 record

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Wisconsin football

Wisconsin Firbirds with only 8 players managed and played
Siren Dragons @ Marathon High school last night. We began
glitch a little bit then came back on the right track with our
offenisve drives in the first quarter. Siren scored two quick
touchdowns in the early of first quarter while we were adjusting
our defense alignments to stop running attacks on the ground.
Dragons led 39 to 8 during the halftime. Our offense team
managed to keep offense possession alive toward our red zone
area during the 3rd quarter however one of our running back
fumbled the football into our touchdown zone as Dragon
defender recovered the ball. We played much better in the
fourth quarter to snatch three touchdowns. Coaches were
pleased to see our football players to gain their growth
improvement & performance on the football field within only
our second games. Damon Hopp connected his best highlight
career with 14 solo tackles and 6 assist tackles. We will
host Missouri Eagles next Thursday.

WSD 8 0 0 20 28
Siren 26 13 7 6 52

Record: 0 – 2

 

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DeafDigest Sports – September 18, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

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

- many volleyball scores

- soccer scores

- announcement about international deaf basketball

Facebook:
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won/lost records – as of September 18, 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
Sep 18 Washington at Rainer Christian
Sep 18 Colorado hosts Miami-Yoder
Sep 18 South Carolina at Fountain Inn Christian
Sep 18 Minnesota at West Lutheran
Sep 18 Wisconsin at Siren
Sep 18 Model (8-man) at Tennessee (may be Model’s only game of season)
Sep 18 Michigan at Owen-Gage

Sep 19 Phoenix at Glendale Prep
Sep 19 Riverside at Campbell Hall
Sep 19 Maryland at Perry Street Prep
Sep 19 Fremont at Calistoga
Sep 19 Indiana at Anderson Prep
Sep 19 Texas at Lake Country Christian

Sep 20 Kansas at Missouri
Sep 20 Iowa at Arkansas
Sep 20 Alabama at Mississippi
Sep 20 Oklahoma at Louisiana
Sep 20 Carolinas at Georgia

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Alabama football

SCORING PLAYS

Team Quarter Time Scoring Play                                                                                                               

ISD         1         10:36             
#2 Preston Kelly pass complete to #23 Robert Lewis for 21                    
yards. Touchdown! (Point after kick by #10 Paco Martinez           
good)
      
7 0

ASD         1          00:03           
#34 Anthony Scott pass complete to #3 Joshua Edwards for 13           
yards. Touchdown! (Two point conversion run by #34 Anthony
Scott good)

7 8

ISD           2          09:54          
#2 Preston Kelly pass complete to #16 for 7 yards. Touchdown!
(Point after kick by #10 Paco Martinez good)
 
14 8

ISD          2          04:47         
#2 Preston Kelly pass complete to #7 Dante Paulone for 13
yards. Touchdown! (Point after kick by #10 Paco Martinez no
good)
    
20 8

ASD          3           09:25        
#7 Eddie Thomas runs for 41 yards. Touchdown! (Two point
conversion pass by #34 Anthony Scott to #3 Joshua Edwards
no good)

20 14

ISD          3          01:53        
#2 Preston Kelly pass complete to #7 Dante Paulone for 3
yards. Touchdown! (Two point conversion pass by #2 Preston
Kelly to #3 Jake Schwall no good)
    
26 14

ASD          4          06:20        
#34 Anthony Scott runs for 2 yards. Touchdown! (Two point
conversion pass by #34 Anthony Scott to #24 Cody Maddox
no good)
   
26 20

ASD             4        01:09        
#34 Anthony Scott runs for 4 yards. Touchdown! (Two point
conversion run by #34 Anthony Scott good)

26 28

ISD              4        00:43        
#2 Preston Kelly pass complete to #7 Dante Paulone for 55
yards. Touchdown! (Two point conversion pass by #2 Preston
Kelly to #57 good)
   
34 28

Next game: at Mississippi School for the Deaf in Jackson,
MS this Saturday at two o clock.

Record: 1-2  

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American volleyball

We played a game against McDuffie yesterday and we
lost. The score is 10-25, 10-25, and 19-25.

The record is 0-1.

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American soccer

ASD defeated MacDuffie JV 5-2

                     

Record: 2-0

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Fremont football

California School for the Deaf (3-0) at Calistoga (0-3)

Friday 7:30 p.m.

Last week: John Swett defeated Calistoga, 46-0. CSD defeated Burton-San Francisco, 48-0.

Last season: Calistoga defeated the Eagles, 32-14.

Opposite directions: Calistoga concludes the nonleague portion of
its schedule with a game against CSD, which has shut out its
three foes by a combined score of 159-0. Along with Burton,
the Eagles shut out Upper Lake, 63-0, and Millennium-Tracy,
48-0, in their previous two games. Calistoga has been outscored 89-7.

Special teams, turnovers hurt: Calistoga hurt itself in the
loss to Swett by giving up a touchdown kickoff return and
two more scores resulting from turnovers that took place
on the Wildcats’ half of the field.

Bright spots: Against Swett, Jonah Pelter had two tackles
for loss while Alejandro Sanchez and Carlos Rios each had
fumble recoveries.

Calistoga head coach Paul Harrell says: “CSD is amazing. They
are all tied together with each other. They play hard. They
are really tuned-in with each other. We’re going to have to
clean it up if we intend to stand with them next week.
We have a lot to fix.”

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Indiana volleyball

Indiana Deaf def. University 25-23, 25-13, 25-17.
Notable: Raelyn Fuechtmann (ID) 19 kills

http://www.isdorioles.com/new/volleyball-scheduleresults/

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Learning Center volleyball

TLC GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL RESULT
DATE: Wednesday September 17, 2014
SCORE: Landmark Academy J.V. 3, The Learning Center for the Deaf 0 (25-8,
25-17, 25-20)

The TLC Lady Ghosts had their home opener today against the Landmark
Academy Vikings.  Despite the score line, it was a very fun match for us.

Landmark had consistent passing and teamwork for most of the 1st set while
we struggled to find our rhythm.  Good serving from Kayla LoBrutto (So.)
and Daria Monahan (So.) gave us confidence boosts.  However, Landmark’s
captain (#9) was too good and our receiving couldn’t counter her serving.
The Vikings scored the last six points of the set to win 25-8.

TLC built upon positives from the 1st set and had a much better 2nd set.
After another slow start, Manju Canuel (Sr.) took control to lead the team
to three consecutive service points.  It was 16-13 in Landmark’s favor at
the time, and the Vikings regrouped.  The bottom half of their rotation
helped Landmark to pull away for a 25-17 victory.

The Lady Ghosts continued to grow as a team in the 3rd set.  They found
consistency in serving and defense to tie Landmark 6-6.  Landmark’s
captain, who is apparently the Vikings’ best server as well, reeled off 5
unanswered serve points and Landmark surged ahead 12-6.  However, we
refused to call time-out and kept trying.  Naralee Perez (8th) found
consistency in her serving and we got a few more points.  Landmark got the
ball back and for 12 straight serves each team turned the ball over to the
other and it went from 18-12 to 23-18.  All the excitement wore us out and
a serve error allowed Landmark to complete a 3-0 sweep with a 25-20 win.

TODAY’S TLC STATS
Emily Zeringue – 1 Ace, 1 Kill, 5 Receptions, and 2 Assists
Sabrina Rodrigues – 1 Ace, 2 Kills, and 10 Receptions
Manju Canuel – 1 Ace, 1 Kill, 6 Receptions
Kayla LoBrutto – 3 Aces, 1 Kill, and 3 Receptions
Naralee Perez – 1 Ace, 1 Kill, and 1 Reception
Daria Monahan – 2 Aces and 2 Kills

The Lady Ghosts will have a scrimmage at the Rhode Island School for the
Deaf at 1 P.M. on Saturday September 20.  Our next match will be a rematch
against Landmark J.V. at Prides Crossing.  It is scheduled for Monday
September 22 at 4:15 P.M.

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Learning Center soccer

TLC played first home game against Commonweath School and we lost a good
game, 5-3. We had several chances to make the game interested but missed
the opportunties to score goals.

TLC defense had a strong first half to keep Commonwealth scoreless. In the
second half Commonwealth found its rhythms by scoring 3 goals while we
accidentally scored two goals for them.

Steven Corbett (Sr.) had two goals while Iromilson “RO” Centeio (Sr.) had
a goal for TLC.  Goalkeeper James Knoll made 9 saves.

Next game: Homecoming @ Rhode Island for the Deaf – 9/20 Saturday
Record: 0-2

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Lexington soccer

Wednesday, September 17th

Lexington 2 Grace School 6

East Elmhurst, N.Y.- Grace School was unable to get a field reserved for this
game so the game was shifted over to Lexington’s field instead of rescheduling.
The team was finally in our competive level but we could not capitalize on some
of the great shot attempts we had. We missed five great shots that would have been
a score only if the players focused on their shot more carefully. However, we were
down 1 to 2 at halftime then in 2nd have three goals scored on our errors. Lexington
broke the game open by scoring the goal first. It was an uphill battle when Grace School
reached the 4 to 1 lead. We scored before they scored two more goals.

Goals: Tanvir Chowdhury, Samer Abulaya
Assists: Dilshane Seneviratne, Jaime Pavia
Saves: Jia-Cheng Huang (14)

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

Next game: Martin Luther at Lexington on Thursday, September 18th at 3:45 PM.

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Minnesota football

http://www.southernminn.com/faribault_daily_news/sports/article_ad775dd5-084a-50f7-918d-29374197f6c5.html

http://www.southernminn.com/faribault_daily_news/sports/article_9c94dcad-8252-5391-a9ad-974f58d9670a.html

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Mississippi volleyball

is 6-5

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New Mexico volleyball

V Volleyball  

Vaughn 3, New Mexico School for the Deaf 0

It took a couple of weeks, but the Lady Roadrunners
finally had enough players to play their season opener,
which went to the Lady Eagles, 25-21, 25-13, 25-15, in
Larsen Gymnasium. NMSD had been struggling with a small
roster, and a couple of injuries impacted its ability
to start the season earlier.

.We have three returning players and three new,
inexperienced players who have never touched a volleyball
before August 15,. NMSD head coach Amanda Lujan said.

Returnee Amberley Luna had six aces, six kills and two
assists, while sophomore Janelle Miller added five kills,
a block and two assists for the Lady Roadrunners.

MS Volleyball

Finally!   Middle School Volleyball team had their
first game yesterday.  We had two completely new
players that joined our team basically on Monday
before the game.

Even with the last minute changes each girl
contributed point to our games.  We were able to
improve our score from the first and second games.  
It.s good to have our first game out of the way,
our jitters are calmed, and we know what to expect
and what improve on for our next game.  
Hope to see y.all there!
 

Game Scores  6-25, 10-25
Record 0-1

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New York soccer

NYSD vs EF International

NYSD had a first home soccer game against EF International
tied by 1-1 at the halftime. At the end of game,
EF International won by 3-2. Agron Deski, NYSD goalkeeper
played a great game. He had 11 saves. Carlos Vega joined a
team for first time and he scored two goals. He was amazing
player.

The record is 0-1

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Rochester volleyball

RSD Girls Volleyball team played against Wheatland last Monday. We won 3-1.

Brianna DiGiovanni – 9 aces and 3 kills
Courtney Gentzke – 5 aces
Abigail Gonzalez- 5 aces and 2 Assists
Felicia McGinnis – 17 aces and 1 assists
Marlena Rauber – 15 aces and 1 dig

Team is now 2-0

Tomorrow, Our next game at Finney at 4 pm.

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Tennessee volleyball

TSD Volleyball falls to Hancock County 25-4, 25-12, 25-16.
 
Record 0-6.

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Washington volleyball

Volleyball – WSD vs. Pope John Paul II – 9/17/14

 

PJII 3 vs. WSD 0

 

Game 1: 25-12

Game 2: 25-12

Game 3: 25-18

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USA Deaf Basketball – International News:

USADB-International is proud to announce the new selection of head
coaches for Men and Women Basketball teams for 2015 World Deaf
Basketball Championship that will be held in Taipei, Taiwan from July
4 – 12, 2015. The men head coach is James Destefano of Olney,
Maryland and the women head coach is Laura Edwards of Tucson,
Arizona. They both recently coached U-21 World Deaf Basketball
Championship in Turkey last summer and won the championship. Please
join me to congratulate both of them.

USADB- International is conducting a training camp/tryout to be held
at Gallaudet University on October 9 – 12. The invited players will
have the opportunity to compete for 12 man/woman roster spot for 2015
World Deaf Basketball Championship. Also, we will be featuring USA
Deaf Basketball Showcase Game (BLUE VS WHITE) on Saturday, October
11th. The games time will be announced shortly.

For more information about our USADB International, check our website
www.usadeafbasketball.org<http://www.usadeafbasketball.org> and
USADB-International Facebook page.

For more information about World Deaf Basketball Championship, check
their website:
http://2015worlddeafbasketball.deafsports.org.tw/web/en/

Thanks

International-Team Director

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DeafDigest Sports – September 17, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

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

- many volleyball scores

- soccer scores

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/deafdigest1

Twitter:
@deafdigest.com

won/lost records – as of September 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
Sep 18 Washington at Rainer Christian
Sep 18 Colorado hosts Miami-Yoder
Sep 18 South Carolina at Fountain Inn Christian
Sep 18 Minnesota at West Lutheran
Sep 18 Wisconsin at Siren
Sep 18 Model (8-man) at Tennessee (may be Model’s only game of season)
Sep 18 Michigan at Owen-Gage

Sep 19 Phoenix at Glendale Prep
Sep 19 Riverside at Campbell Hall
Sep 19 Maryland at Perry Street Prep
Sep 19 Fremont at Calistoga
Sep 19 Indiana at Anderson Prep
Sep 19 Texas at Lake Country Christian

Sep 20 Kansas at Missouri
Sep 20 Iowa at Arkansas
Sep 20 Alabama at Mississippi
Sep 20 Oklahoma at Louisiana
Sep 20 Carolinas at Georgia

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American soccer

American School for the Deaf defeated Rhode Island School for the Deaf 7-0.

 

ASD 1-0

 

Goals:  Jonathan Campoverde (4)

            Esdras Levia

            Andrew Parent

            Lar Tro

 

Assists: Kaleb Walker (2)

              Esdras Levia

           

                                               

Saves: Robert Milone (6)

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Arkansas volleyball

Southwest Christian defeated Arkansas 3-0; 11-25; 22-25; 22-25
 

Next Game: Arkansas @ Community Christian – 9/18
 

Record: 1-5

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Florida volleyball

University Christian vs. FSDB           
0-5             

FSDB        12      14      26
Duval Charter   25      25      28

The girls continue to improve with every match, which is great!
However, we can’t seem to play consistently, which is extremely
frustrating.  If we would have played all three games that way
we played the third game, I would be thrilled with the loss!
There were moments of the first and second game that were awesome
as well.  We just can’t seem to play a solid three games, yet.
But, every match is better and better!!  Keep up the fight, girls!
The wins are just around the corner

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Fremont volleyball

CSD d. Livermore Valley Charter Prep 3-0

F. Harmount: 10 kills, 11 digs
B. Dike: 17 assists, 4 kills, 5 aces, 7 digs, 1 block
C. Pedersen: 3 assists, 3 kills, 7 aces, 7 digs
B. Morales: 3 kills, 3 aces, 4 digs

25-7, 25-16, 25-14

CSD stands 1-0 in league, 1-7 overall.

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Indiana cross country

Boys’ Scecina-Horizon Christian Invitational

Scecina 21, Speedway 55, Cardianl Ritter 96, Tech 135,
Horizon Christian 144, Wisdom Builders 149, Herron 183,
Attucks 212, Indiana Deaf 263, Trinity Christian 275.

Girls’ Scecina-Horizon Christian Invitational

Herron 32, Scecina 32, Wisdom Builders 66, Columbus Christian 97.,
Trinity Chirstian inc., Indiana Deaf inc., Attucks inc.,
Horizon Christian inc., Tech inc., Cardinal Ritter inc.,
Speedway inc

Indiana girls – no score, incomplete

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Kansas volleyball

Tonight we played in a ‘thriller’ match against Christ Prep.
Final Scores were:

KSD vs. Christ Prep:

20 to 25
25 to 12
23 to 25
25 to 17
13 to 15

Our power serving players were on a roll delivering 32 aces
through five games.  We played well together as a team, showed
desire to compete and proved that
we can play as long as we have to!  

Key players during tonight’s match:

Tiffany McCallum: 9 aces and 6 kills

Olu’Quea Stiffe: 10 aces

Reante Rose: 9 aces

Jacqueline Boese: 13 successful service receptions and 2 kills

Looking forward to our next match against Missouri School for the Deaf.  

3-5 record

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Learning Center soccer

We had the soccer game away at Boston Trinity Academy. Boston Triinity
soccer team won the game. The score was 9 -1. The total of goal scores for
Boston Trinity soccer team were 5 in 1st half and 4 in 2nd half. The total
of goal scores for TLC were0 in 1st half and 1 in 2nd half. The TLC goalie
James Knoll got 6 saves. The TLC soccer player, Ro Centeio did shoot one
goal. Our TLC soccer team did work hard,

Next game – TLC vs Commonwealth School @ 4pm tomorrow
Record: 0-1

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Lexington soccer

Lexington 3 Staten Island Academy 8

 Staten Island, N.Y.- Lexington traveled to Staten Island
for a match against Staten Island Academy. We discovered that
they had 25 members on the team. They were able to play them
all as Lexington only had 12 players available due to absences
and injuries. We did our best and competed with the fresh
guys the whole game. We were down 1 to 4 at halftime and
ended the game 3 to 8. We had several open shots attempted
that would have been a score! We are still working together
to unite as a team since newcomers have become starters.

 

Goals: Raymond Mukhailov (2), Tanvir Chowdhury

Assists: Samer Abaulaya, Fernando Cardona

Saves: Jia-Cheng Huang (13)

 

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

 

Next game: Lexington at Grace on Wednesday, September 17th at
4:15 PM (The Grace School was unable to get a field so
the game has shifted over to Lexington but we are the
visiting team)

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Lexington volleyball

newspaper story

Staten Island Academy volleyball sweeps Lexington, 3-0

Colleen McGrath had three aces to help Staten Island
Academy to three straight wins over Lexington School for
the Deaf in girls’ PSAA varsity volleyball Tuesday.

SIA took the first two games by the same 25-18 score,
and ended the match with a 29-27 comeback victory.

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Louisiana volleyball

So far, 1 win 4 loss this season.

Woodlawn High School Sept 15:
7-25; 9-25;  11-25

Captiol High School Sept 16:
25-13; 25-18; 25-19

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland beat Mt. Airy Christian School (MACA), 3-0
Scores:  25-12, 25-18, 25-22
Record  12-1

Stats

Bridget Berrigan
1 assist, 5 digs

Brooke Bonheyo
17 assists, 8 digs, 3 aces

Adele Daniels
9 kills, 1 block, 10 digs, 4 aces

Monique Johnson
1 block, 2 digs

Karita Lewis
7 kills, 1 block, 1 assist, 6 digs, 1 ace

Tessa Lewis
9 kills, 4 assists, 8 digs, 3 aces

Kaela Luttrell
2 digs, 1 ace

Alexa Paulay-Simmons
3 assists, 1 dig

Maryland Beat MACA, 2-0
Scores:  26-24, 25-18
Record: 4-1

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Minnesota volleyball

Msad defeated charter stars, 25-11, 25-20, 25-17 (3).

9-2 as of tonight

http://www.southernminn.com/faribault_daily_news/sports/article_e4b293a3-85b0-5b03-a107-99f39d101c58.html#.VBkRH21i9gA.twitter

State Leaders Rankings

http://www.minnesota-scores.net/leaders.php?yid=1415&sport=104&class=1

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Phoenix volleyball

9/12/14 – PDSD lost to Glendale Prep, 3-0.

9/17/14 – PDSD defeated Thunderbird Academy, 3-2.

Current Record: 2-1

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Rochester volleyball

RSD Girls Volleyball team played against Wheatland last Monday. We won 3-1.

Brianna DiGiovanni – 9 aces and 3 kills
Courtney Gentzke – 5 aces
Abigail Gonzalez- 5 aces and 2 Assists
Felicia McGinnis – 17 aces and 1 assists
Marlena Rauber – 15 aces and 1 dig

Tomorrow, Our next game at Finney at 4 pm.

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South Carolina volleyball

At Greer Charter

vs. Greer Charter
L, 0-3
(3-25, 4-25, 10-25)

Record 1-10

Our next home game is on Thursday vs. Tennessee School for the Deaf @ 7:30 pm.

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Texas volleyball

TSD           26 16 23
Concordia     28 25 25

TSD 11-14-3

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Wisconsin volleyball

WSD won 3-0 over Waukesha Christian, 25-23, 28-26, 25-23

2-5 Record

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DeafDigest Sports – September 16, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

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

- volleyball scores

- a deaf referee and umpire

- football updates

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/deafdigest1

Twitter:
@deafdigest.com

won/lost records – as of September 16, 2014
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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

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upcoming football games
Sep 18 Washington at Rainer Christian
Sep 18 Colorado hosts Miami-Yoder
Sep 18 South Carolina at Fountain Inn Christian
Sep 18 Minnesota at West Lutheran
Sep 18 Wisconsin at Siren
Sep 18 Model (8-man) at Tennessee (may be Model’s only game of season)
Sep 18 Michigan at Owen-Gage

Sep 19 Phoenix at Glendale Prep
Sep 19 Riverside at Campbell Hall
Sep 19 Maryland at Perry Street Prep
Sep 19 Fremont at Calistoga
Sep 19 Indiana at Anderson Prep
Sep 19 Texas at Lake Country Christian

Sep 20 Kansas at Missouri
Sep 20 Iowa at Arkansas
Sep 20 Alabama at Mississippi
Sep 20 Oklahoma at Louisiana
Sep 20 Carolinas at Georgia

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Alabama volleyball

 

Monday, September 15, 2014

At Lincoln

 

Alabama 2  Lincoln 1

12 – 25, 25 – 23, 17 – 15

 

Talladega County Central 3  Alabama 0  (AREA)

25 – 11, 25 – 9, 25 – 21

 

Season record: 4 – 4

Area record: 3 – 1

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Arkansas volleyball

Cornerstone Christian defeated Arkansas in a see-saw competition, 3 to 2…
 

18-25; 25-15; 21-25; 25-23; 15-17
 

Next Game:  Southwest Christian @ Arkansas 9/16/14
 

Record: 1-4

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Iowa volleyball

Iowa Deaf opponent tonight Treynor Frosh, (2A school)

Lost in 3 straight

Serving improvement in tonight’s game with only missing 7.  
Good net play from Stephanie Perez really boosted our confidence
in the first game.  “She played outstanding” I would have to say
I am proud of the way the girls played tonight, we still have a
tough road ahead, but I think we are climbing.  

I told them volleyball is 90% mental—they have to start thinking
they can!!!

Brianna Vargo hustled tonight, at times her setting was spot on.  
Toward the last game she tried to force some things and they did not go her way.

Scores
Treynor                                Iowa Deaf
25                                           15
25                                           11
25                                           9

0-4 record

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Michigan volleyball

It’s that time of the year!  The 3rd annual Kentucky
Spike Out!  Michigan School for the deaf is here defending
their championship title.
      
There are 5 other teams here trying to win it.  6 matches were played
today, 9/12/14.  MSD participated in 2 of them.
 
 
The Lady Tartars played Mississippi School for the deaf first
and Mississippi showed us they weren’t going to accept 2nd place
this year.  We played best out of 3 sets and they won.  Games were
close and was probably a preview of games to come.  1st set we
 won 21-15, 2nd set we lost 14-21, and 3rd set we lost 19-21. 
Rachel Chicky, Hannah Wears, and Jasmine Chamberlain each got 3 kills. 
Rebecca Davis had the most assists totaling 5.  Kassie Ross
showed why she is one of our captains and had 2 kills, 4 assists,
and 11 correct service receives!  Hopefully weÿÿll meet again tomorrow!
 
We also played Kentucky School for the Deaf today.  We won the first 2
sets to end the match.  Scores were close, and KSD had us on our toes! 
1st set was 22-20 and 2nd set was 21-12.  Our other captain, Hannah Wears,
had a much better match!  She had 4 kills & 8 aces!  Princess Rogers also had some
impressive moves tonight, she had 2 kills & 2 aces.
Way to go Lady Tartars!
 
Stay tuned for tomorrow!  We will play St. Rita at 9:00am, South Carolina at 3:00pm,
and Ohio at 4:00pm.  Then playoffs start at 8:00pm.

Wow! What a long day! The Kentucky Spike out came to a close.  Lots of great
teams and lots of competition.  The Lady Tartars received 2nd place overall with
our captains each receiving personal awards.  Kassie Ross and Hannah Wears both
got all tournament trophies, and Hannah also received best defensive player.
Our record for the tournament was 4-2!
 
We opened the day playing St. Rita School for the Deaf and won the first 2 sets
ending the match. 1st set was 25-9, 2nd set was 25-12.  We beat them with our
serves!  We had a total of 24 aces in 2 sets!
 
Next we played South Carolina School for the Deaf and also took the match 2 sets
to 0. Scores were 1: 25-14, 2: 25-22.  Both Kassie Ross and Rebecca Davis
had 100% serving!  Jasmine Chamberlain was able to rack up 2 kills this match,
and Rachel Chicky service receive was at 100%!  Great job!  I love seeing 100%
on statistics!
 
Immediately after beating South Carolina, we played Ohio School for the Deaf. 
Ohio is our rival and we always play amazing against them.  Today was no
exception!  Even one of our 8th graders rose to the occasion!  Wendy Chicky
was able to successfully serve receive 2 balls and had 4 great serves.  Hannah
Wears had 3 kills in the first set.  While in the 2nd set Rachel Chicky, Kassie
Ross, Rebecca Davis, and Jasmine Chamberlain each had 1 kill.  The Lady
Tartars took the first 2 sets to the match.  Scores were 1: 25-11, 2: 25-19. 
This win was definitely a team effort!
 
The last match of the day was the championship game, and we were in it!  We
played against Mississippi again, and we were hoping to pay them back for
yesterday.  Unfortunately they were prepared for us.  They knew all our tricks
and played well.  The Lady Tartars played their best and had the stats to
prove it.  Hannah Wears closed out the night with 9 attacks (4 kills), 7
good serves (3 aces), and 5 correct service receives.  Rachel Chicky also had 9
attacks (4 kills),  11 good serves (4 aces), and 7 good receive passes! Kassie
Ross and Rebecca Davis assisted in 9 kills this match!  Our ball handling
errors got the best of us and Mississippi won the match 2 sets to none. 
Scores were 1: 28-26, 2: 25-20.  As you can see it was a great match and overall an
amazing tournament. We are looking forward to coming back next year and re-claiming 1st place.
 
Our current overall record in now 5-3.  Our next match will be this coming Monday
at 5pm in our home gym.  We will be playing New Life Academy!  Hope you can
join us!

The Lady Tartars played New Life Christian Academy tonight, 9/15/14. 
We just got home from a long weekend, but it didn’t stop girls from playing
hard.   Despite all their hard work, New Life came out on top.  We lost
the match 1 set to 3.  In the first set both Hannah Wears and Rebecca Davis had 100%
serving!  Rachel Chicky also made the 100% club with her attacks, 3 of them
resulting in kills.  We still lost the first set 22-25.  In the second set
Rebecca Davis was on fire!  She had 12 great serves in a row, & 9 beautiful
service receives.  The rest of team was able to contribute 4 kills & 4 aces.  We
came out swinging and it worked! We won 25-20!  The next 2 sets went to New Life
ending the game.  Scores were 3: 21-25, 4: 22-25.  The team had 11 more
kills, Jasmine Chamberlain contributing one of them.  Princess Rogers had 100%
of her serves go over the net in the 4th set.  Overall it was great game and a
good challenge.  Both teams were evenly matched and it was an exciting night.
 
Our new record is 5-4.  Our next game is at St. Thomas More Academy in Burton
next Monday 9/22/14 at 5:00pm.

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Minnesota football

http://www.southernminn.com/faribault_daily_news/sports/article_19b195af-fc28-5865-9adf-3cb35eaff848.html

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Minnesota volleyball

http://www.southernminn.com/faribault_daily_news/sports/article_9e2a6361-f222-5b22-9a43-3dc65e65123b.html

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Missouri football

newspaper story

MSD football falls to Arkansas School for the Deaf

Little Rock, Ark. — Junior quarterback Joseph Allen threw for one
touchdown in the Eagles’ 58-12 loss to the Leopards on Saturday.

Allen carried a team-high eight times for 73 yards, while completing
1-of-8 passes for 33 yards and a touchdown, which was caught by senior
wide receiver Jeffrey Porter.

From his linebacker position, Allen led MSD with 13 tackles and an
interception. Freshman linebacker Marcus Smith posted 10 tackles,
sophomore linebacker Ste’Quan Scott totaled nine tackles and
sophomore linebacker Lamont Smith added a sack.

The Eagles (0-2) host Kansas School for the Deaf in their homecoming game
at 2 p.m. this Saturday.

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Ohio sports

9/11
VB: Columbus Torah Academy defeated OSD 2-1, 16-25, 25-22, and 25-10.
SOC: Torah defeated OSD 7-0.

9/12 VB at Kentucky Spike Out
OSD beat St. Rita 2-0, 21-8 and 21-10.
OSD beat South Carolina 2-0, 21-9 and 21-18.

9/13 VB at Kentucky Spike Out
Kentucky beat OSD 2-0, 25-11 and 25-20.
Mississippi over OSD 2-0, 25-18 and 25-14.
Michigan over OSD 2-0, 25-11 and 25-19.
Kentucky over OSD 2-0, 25-13 and 25-22 to finish 3rd and 4th.
All-Tournament players were senior Dominique Willingham and freshman Hannah Carter.

Kudos to Kentucky SD and Billy Lange for hosting a nice event!

OSD VB is 2-5 while SOC is 0-1.

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Wisconsin volleyball

September 12th vs St. Mary’s

The WSD volleyball team met St. Mary’s of Fairbault MN
on Sept. 12th.  The first half of the serving rotations
had a back and forth between the two teams.  St. Mary’s
edged ahead 3-6. Senior Alaqua Cox responded with four
points including two ace serves.  Senior Emma Menzel
continued the run with four points with three aces.  
Junior Katelyn Miller served for six points. The game
ended with Menzel serving for the final four points.
WSD took the game 25-18.

In the second game, St. Mary’s batled back while WSD
struggled with serving.  WSD was able to keep the score
close with excellent floor play.  St. Mary’s took the
game 23-25.

The final game of the match, saw Senior Lyssa Matsche come
out strong with three points including one ace.  The Lady
Firebirds were able to defend against St. Mary’s run and
answer with a five point rally (9-6).  St. Mary’s pushed
back (10-12). However, the Ladies fought back only to be
stopped with the match point remaining (14-12). WSD played
great defense to take point 15 and the match.

Record: 1 win 3 losses

September 13th vs MSAD

There has been a good competitive rivalry between MSAD and
WSD for many years. This year’s match up was exciting to
watch. The first game opened with two ace serves by Lyssa
Matsche.  The teams traded back and forth until Senior
Elizabeth Besaw put up four straight points with one ace.
At the completion of the first rotation, WSD held the lead
12-11.  The second round had many hard fought volleys with
MSAD inching ahead 18-20. MSAD gained momentum to finish
the game 18-25.

In the second game of the match, MSAD served strongly to
pull out to an 2-8 lead.  WSD adjusted their defensive play
but were unable to cloe the gap. MSAD took the match 11-25.

Record: 1 win 4 losses

September 13th vs ISD

The newer members of the Lady Firebirds had a wonderful opportunity
for advancing their level of play when they faced ISD.  ISD served
and hit hard and fast.  They quickly put up eight points to WSD’s
three.  The next ISD player served for ten straight points.  WSD
was able to volley back but not get a side out.  ISD took the game
8-25.

The team huddled and discussed their defense options.  They made
adjustments and wer able to keep pace with ISD and stop their serving.  
At the end of the first rotation, WSD was ahead 10-9.  The beginning
of the next rotation saw ISD put up seven points. WSD battled back
with an ace and two points.  The volleys were longer and more hard
fought with kills from Elizabeth Besaw and Alaqua Cox.  ISD continued
their run with five more points but WSD was not giving up and posted
three of their own (21-15).  ISD went on to take the match but the
Lady Firebirds played hard, sweeping the floor with their diving
saves. (15-25)

Record: 1 win 5 losses

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a deaf referee

Born deaf and adopted, Tina Duresky refuses to stay silent

http://www.koreatimesus.com/born-deaf-and-adopted-tina-duresky-just-refuses-to-stay-silent/

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DeafDigest Sports – September 15, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/
- volleyball scores

- a group picture of Texas SD cross country teams

- football updates
Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/deafdigest1

Twitter:
@deafdigest.com

won/lost records – as of September 15, 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
Sep 18 Washington at Rainer Christian
Sep 18 Colorado hosts Miami-Yoder
Sep 18 South Carolina at Fountain Inn Christian
Sep 18 Minnesota at West Lutheran
Sep 18 Wisconsin at Siren
Sep 18 Model (8-man) at Tennessee (may be Model’s only game of season)
Sep 18 Michigan at Owen-Gage

Sep 19 Phoenix at Glendale Prep
Sep 19 Riverside at Campbell Hall
Sep 19 Maryland at Perry Street Prep
Sep 19 Fremont at Calistoga
Sep 19 Indiana at Anderson Prep
Sep 19 Texas at Lake Country Christian

Sep 20 Kansas at Missouri
Sep 20 Iowa at Arkansas
Sep 20 Alabama at Mississippi
Sep 20 Oklahoma at Louisiana
Sep 20 Carolinas at Georgia

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Gallaudet women’s soccer

Keuka storms past Gallaudet in NEAC clash

http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wsoc/2014-15/releases/recap_keuka

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3rd Annual Kentucky Volleyball Spike-Out Tournament

at Kentucky School for the Deaf

September 12 & 13, 2014

 

Kentucky School for the Deaf, South Carolina School for the Deaf,
Mississippi School for the Deaf,

St. Rita School for the Deaf of Cincinnati, Ohio School for the Deaf
and Michigan School for the Deaf.

 

Friday, Sept. 6th

4:00 pm – Kentucky 2 vs. South Carolina 0 (21-3, 21-11)

5:00 pm – Ohio 2 vs. St. Rita 0 (21-8, 21- 10)

6:00 pm – Mississippi 2 vs. Michigan 1 (21-15, 14-21, 21-19) 

7:00 pm – Ohio 2 vs. South Carolina 0 (21-9, 21-8)

8:00 pm – Michigan 2 vs. Kentucky 0 (22-20, 21-12)

9:00 pm – Mississippi 2 vs. St. Rita 0 (21-5, 21-5)

 

Saturday, Sept. 7th

9:00 am – Michigan 2 vs. St. Rita 0 (25-9, 25-12)

10:00 am – Mississippi 2 vs. South Carolina 0 (25-16, 25-18)

11:00 am – Kentucky 2 vs. Ohio 0 (25-11, 25-20)

1:00 pm – Kentucky 2 vs. St. Rita 0 (25-9, 25-13)

2:00 pm – Mississippi 2 vs. Ohio 0 (25-18, 25-14)

3:00 pm – Michigan 2 vs. South Carolina 0 (25-14, 25-22)

4:00 pm – Michigan 2 vs. Ohio 0 (25-17, 25-14)

6:00 pm – Mississippi 2 vs. Kentucky 0 (25-17, 25-14)

7:00 pm – South Carolina 2 vs. St. Rita 1 (25-27, 25-8, 25-11)

8:00 pm – 3rd & 4th place game – Kentucky 2 vs. Ohio 0 (25-13, 25-22)

9:00 pm – Championship game – Mississippi 2 vs. Michigan 0 (28-26,
25-20)

 

1st Place – Mississippi (6-0)

2nd place – Michigan (4-2)

3rd place – Kentucky (4-2)

4th place – Ohio (2-4)

5th place – South Carolina (1-4)

6th place – St. Rita (0-5)

 

ALL SPIKE-OUT TOURNAMENT

 

1. KY – Kaley Vickers

2. SC – Telicia Avery

3. MISS – Tarron Colom

4. ST. RITA – Stephany Sabillon

5. OHIO – Hannah Carter

6. MICH – Hannah Wears

7. KY – Jade Bell

8. SC – Shelicia Wilkins

9. MISS – Shakeedra Hubbard

10. ST. RITA – Molly Henderson

11. OHIO – Dominique Willingham

12. MICH – Kassie Ross

 

BEST OFFENSIVE PLAYER: #15 Tarron Colom – Mississippi

BEST DEFENSIVE PLAYER: #6 Hannah Wears – Michigan

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Fremont football

Fast striking CSD exploded to a 42-0 halftime lead to a 48-0 victory.
Senior Zane Pedersen passed for five touchdowns, three of them to Junior
Tristan Boren, all in the first half. The defense, led by great
penetrations from Juniors Saddam Vazquez, Kevin Lopez, and Freshmen Spezio
Harmount recorded CSD’s third straight shutout. The Eagles will be on the
road to our former NCL-II league rival Calistoga High on Friday 9/19.
Passing
Z.Pedersen 11-14, 174yd, 5TD
Zornoza 1-2, 7yd

Rushing
J.Pedersen 14-163, TD
Harmount 5-40
Wemmer 6-17
Z.Pedersen 2-16, TD
Boren 2-2

Receiving
Wemmer 4-62, TD
Boren 5-50, 3TD
Zornoza 2-40, TD
J.Pedersen 1-29

Defensive
Boren 8t, 0.5s
Vazquez 7t, 2s
Harmount 5t, 3.5s
Amann 5t, 1ff
Lopez 4t
Z.Pedersen 3t, 1int
Monroe 3t, 0.5s
Oliver 3t
Wemmer 2t, 1s
Duran 2t, 0.5s
Ponce 2t
J.Pedersen 1t, 1int
Wolfangle 1t
Enriquez 1t
Alarva 1t

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Phoenix football

the newspaper reported the losing score against Ashfork as 38-6

this is not correct

the correct score was 32-6
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Texas cross country 
TSD MS/HS Cross Country at St. Andrew’s MS/HS Invitational 
Meet Summary, Saturday, September 13, 2014

Cross Country weather came to Austin, Tx early in the season, which
was a relief from the extremely hot temperatures we experience at
this time of year in Texas. Last week’s meet at Liberty Hill, the
temperatures were well into the 90s and in the hot sun, whereas,
yesterday, we were definitely cooled off in 60-degree temps and rain.
Perfect weather!

As we were being cooled off, our running times were HOT!!! Each
runner who ran yesterday just about achieved a personal record (P.R.)
this season and even dating back to last season. Thanks to the
weather!

Those who ran yesterday were: Ashlynn Forward, David Hernandez,
Gregorio Mata, Brianna Matias, Kolby McKay, Jared Miller, Anna
Oberrender, Abraham Polanco, Kacie Smith, Marleisha Tyler, and
Gabriel Veit. TSD was represented well with 11 cross country runners,
the most we have ever fielded at a race. Congratulations to these
athletes for making this possible.

Not only did we have the most runners at an event, for the first time
ever, we had a full boys team of at least 5 runners, we actually had
6 boys. And the girls were a complete team for the 2nd straight week,
with 5 girls running.

All runners were great in the rain and looked like ferocious
competitors with grit written all over their faces, some even taking
falls on the rain slick course, nevertheless, getting up and
finishing the race, even hobbling over the finish line, with pride
and stubbornness in being true competitors.

We were fortunate to have the support of Mika Dennings and Luis
Muela, who, along with their parents, came to cheer on the Rangers in
and of the rain. They both were even running from point to point on
the course to be sure that their teammates received their
encouragement. Thanks Mika and Luis!!! We also had family members of
Kacie Smith, Brianna Matias, Ashlynn Forward, Kolby McKay, Anna
Oberrender, and Gabriel Veit, plus assistant volunteer coaches, Kathy
Cunningham, Andrea Brown-Thompson, and Jennifer Reins all giving our
runners a great push of encouragement. Thank you all!!!

Among the girls team, running 2 miles, we had “frontrunner” Anna
Oberrender leading the way with a personal best of 19:21, improving
her time from the week before by nearly 3 minutes. Brianna Matias was
right behind Anna, also with a personal best of 19:33, 7 seconds
better than her 2013 TAPPS championship time. Newcomer cross country
runner, Kacie Smith, also nearly improved by 3 minutes from last
week, posting a time of 20:26. Ashlynn Forward and newcomer Marleisha
Tyler (participating in her first ever cross country meet), both
finishing within a second of one another in a respectable time of
27:30.

On the boys side, running 3.1 miles, and taking the run by storm in
the storm, we had newcomer XC runner, Gregorio Mata, posting a time
of 22:53, and needs just 44 seconds to eclipse the TSD cross country
record. Kolby McKay continues to run a smart race as he did the week
before, this week, improving by 4-minutes from last week, with a time
of 25:54. Behind Mata and McKay, we had a wonderful surprise in David
Hernandez, who paced himself throughout the rain-soaked course
nicely, getting a time of 27:08, which was a whopping improvement of
11 minutes from the week before! Way to go David! And two more XC
newcomers in Abraham Polanco and Jared Miller, braving the elements
in a strong effort to finish the 3.1-mile course in mud and rain.
Welcome to the team and to cross country running Jared and Abraham!!!

Included at this cross country meet, we also had 2 of our veteran and
longstanding cross country athletes in Jordan Leach, going 3 years
strong, and Joe Cardenas who is in his 4 straight year of middle
school cross country, also going strong, both had great races
yesterday!!! Jordan, ran a great race in 19:01, only a minute off her
personal best and Joe tied his personal best from last sea on with a
time of 13:26 on the 2 mile course. Jordan and Joe’s parents were
also on hand to cheer them on!

The XC team with 11 strong looks forward to an even greater showing
of more TSD XC runners as we travel to Cedar Park on Saturday,
September 20. Yet before this Saturday, we will compete in the TSD
time trails this Wednesday!

Great team effort among runners, parents, and coaches!!!

Team group picture is at:
http://deafdigest.com/2014-texas-school-deaf-cross-country-teams/

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Wisconsin football

Wisconsin Firebirds did play against Minnesota State Academy
for the Deaf last Saturday within our first football game.
There are only 9 boys on the football team. We started jittery
and caused a turnover to hand over the football to Trojans
in the first quarter. Our boys played better on their next
several drives and could not quite to score to the end zone
in the first half eventhough we had few big plays toward our
red zone area. We finally scored twice touchdowns in the third
quarter. Two of our football players were shaken down with
injuries during the game. I had to stop the football game during
the mid of 4th quarter and prevented to lead more minor/major
injuries on our football players.
Wisconsin 16
Minnesota 58
We will play Siren on this Thursday evening @ Marathon High School (Neutral Site)

Record: 0 – 1

 

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

– football scores

– volleyball scores

– Gallaudet updates

– soccer score

– upcoming football games

Facebook:
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Twitter:
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won/lost records – as of September 14, 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

Florida 36 St Francis 7
Tennessee 54 Oak Level 6

Iowa 46 Kansas 16
South Carolina 30 Carolinas 14

LaVeta 60 Colorado 7

Sep 11 Mississippi at Central Baptist (canceled, bad weather)

Friday scores
Fremont 48 Burton 0
Maryland 40 NCA 6

Merritt 40 Michigan 0
San Jon 50 New Mexico 6
Ash Fork 38 Phoenix 6
Nuview Bridge 73 Riverside 6

Saturday scores
Arkansas 58 Missouri 12
Indiana 34 Alabama 28
Louisiana 52 Georgia 16
Minnesota 58 Wisconsin 16

Crossroads Christian 12 Illinois 6

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upcoming football games
Sep 18 Washington at Rainer Christian
Sep 18 Colorado hosts Miami-Yoder
Sep 18 South Carolina at Fountain Inn Christian
Sep 18 Minnesota at West Lutheran
Sep 18 Wisconsin at Siren
Sep 18 Model (8-man) at Tennessee (may be Model’s only game of season)
Sep 18 Michigan at Owen-Gage

Sep 19 Phoenix at Glendale Prep
Sep 19 Riverside at Campbell Hall
Sep 19 Maryland at Perry Street Prep
Sep 19 Fremont at Calistoga
Sep 19 Indiana at Anderson Prep
Sep 19 Texas at Lake Country Christian

Sep 20 Kansas at Missouri
Sep 20 Iowa at Arkansas
Sep 20 Alabama at Mississippi
Sep 20 Oklahoma at Louisiana
Sep 20 Carolinas at Georgia

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Gallaudet volleyball

Gallaudet picks up two wins at Bridgewater Invitational

http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wvball/2014-15/releases/recap_bridgewaterinvite

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Gallaudet women’s soccer

Strong second half propels Wells past Gallaudet

http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wsoc/2014-15/releases/recap_wells

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Gallaudet cross country

Alex Close sprints into the Top 5 at Bison Invitational, GU teams place fourth and sixth overall

http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mxc/2014-15/releases/recap_bisoninvite

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Georgia football

GSD falls to LSD, 52-16

newspaper story
http://www.northwestgeorgianews.com/prep_central/high_school/football/football-gsd-falls-to-lsd/article_9e8ad976-3bc9-11e4-9cae-0017a43b2370.html

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Alabama football

Saturday, September 13

 

Indiana 34  Alabama 28

 

Season record: 1 – 2

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Arkansas sports

Arkansas volleyball

 

Arkansas defeated Missouri 3-0; 25-5; 25-21; 25-23

 

Next Game: Arkansas @ Cornerstone Christian 9/15

 

Record: 1-3

 

 

Arkansas football

 

Arkansas defeated Missouri 58 to 12

 

Next Game: Iowa @ Arkansas 9/20

 

Record: 2-1

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Illinois football

Illinois lost. 12-6. Hot game!

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Louisiana football

LSD        52
Georgia    16

LSD: 2-0; Next Sat. Home vs. Oklahoma.

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Minnesota football

Faribault Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf football crushes
Wisconsin, keeps Hilltopper’s Ax

http://www.southernminn.com/faribault_daily_news/sports/article_19b195af-fc28-5865-9adf-3cb35eaff848.html

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Minnesota volleyball

Strong serving leads Faribault Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf
volleyball over Wisconsin, Shattuck-St. Mary.s

http://www.southernminn.com/faribault_daily_news/sports/article_9e2a6361-f222-5b22-9a43-3dc65e65123b.html

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Mississippi volleyball

The Mississippi School for the Deaf Varsity Volleyball Team is competing
in the Kentucky School for the Deaf Spike Out Classic in Danville, Kentucky.
Tournament Results so far….

Mississippi Defeats Michigan School for the Deaf Sept 12th
Game one Loss 17-21
Game two Win  21 – 14
Game 3 Win 21-19

Mississippi Defeats St. Rita’s School for the Deaf  Sept 12th
Game one Win  21-5
Game two Win  21 – 14

Mississippi Defeats South Carolina School for the Deaf Sept 13th
Game one Win  25-16
Game two Win  25-18

Mississippi Defeats Ohio School for the Deaf Sept 13th
Game one Win 25-18
Game two Win 25-14

Mississippi Defeats Kentucky  School for the Deaf Sept 13th
Game one Win 25-17
Game two Win 25-14

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Riverside football

CSD-R- 6
NuView Bridge 73

Passers-
Wayne Aguirre 0 for 2; 1 int and 4 fumbles
Marquise Holly 0 for 1

Rushers-
Rogelio Maciel 6 for 29 yards
Marquise Holly 11 for 20 yards
Joshua Browne 6 for 7 yards
Wayne Aguirre 8 for 8 yards

Tackles-
Marquise Holly 5.5
Albert Corona 5.5
Aaron Hernandez 4.5
Hiroshi Nakama 3.5
Alan Alcocer 2.5
Adonis Tauvalaau 1.0
Kendall Merill 1.0
Eduardo Bojorquez 1.0
Ermias Thomas .5
Eason Huerta .5

Pass Deflect-
Kendall Merill 1

Fumble Caused-
Aaron Hernandez 1

Interception-
Alan Alcocer 1

First Downs- 5
Penalties- 2
Turnovers- 5

Scoring- Rogelio (Kick Returner) 83 yards TD

statisticians
Brian Williams
Donald Cochran
Keith Adams

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Rochester soccer

The Wildcats opened the season against Intensity on their field.
RSD took an early lead, 1-0, but Intensity responded and eventually
took the lead at half-time 2-1. Our very own Ahmed Mahmoud gave
us the early lead with an assist from Paul Steweart. In the second
half, Paul Stewart scored on a PK (Penalty Kick). However, Intensity
went on to score two more goals to win 3-2.

RSD: 2 Intensity: 3

RSD is 0-1

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South Carolina volleyball

Kentucky Spike Out Tournament

at Kentucky School for the Deaf

vs. Mississippi
L, 0-2
(16-25, 18-25)

vs. Michigan
L, 0-2
(16-25, 18-25)

vs. St. Rita
W, 2-1
(25-27, 8-25, 11-25)

Record 1-9

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Texas volleyball

TSD’s Bestpack tournament result

Brentwood JV   13  14TSD     25  25

Hyde Park      25  25
TSD 19  22

St. Michaels JV  25  20
TSD      21  25

Brentwood  25  25
TSD             19   12

Bay Area    25 25
TSD               9  13

Austin Royals  26  25
TSD                  24  23

Finished 8th place out of 16 teams-

All Tournament- Gunita Schmidjorg

TSD Current record- 11-13-3

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Dummy Hoy

http://www.ahherald.com/columns-list/disabilities/18339-hoy-for-the-hall-of-fame

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Gary Klingensmith, deaf coach, Juniata HS, PS

part of newspaper story

Newport coughs up 14-point lead, falls to Juniata 22-21

Juniata flipped the script as a pair of fourth quarter Indian scores
erased a 21-7 Newport advantage and propelled Juniata to a thrilling 22-21
victory.

Big plays and crucial mistakes conspired in the Buffaloes demise. The
Indians scored on three plays of over 40 yards, and hauled in a pair of
late interceptions to seal the deal. The three Tribe scoring plays
accounted for 182 of their 342 total yards of offense.

Ironically, one of the smallest miscues, an offside penalty on an extra
point, proved to be the costliest. The reduced distance to traverse
inspired veteran Juniata skipper Gary Klingensmith to go for the win
instead of the tie, and his risk was rewarded as bruising fullback Josh
Parson plowed in to give his team the deciding margin of victory.

“The penalty was big,” stated Klingensmith. “I didn’t want to go for the
tie. I figured just go for the yard-and-a-half, but it was a tough
yard-and-a-half.”
 

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– football scores

– volleyball scores

Facebook:
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won/lost records – as of September 13, 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

Florida 36 St Francis 7
Tennessee 54 Oak Level 6

Iowa 46 Kansas 16
South Carolina 30 Carolinas 14

LaVeta 60 Colorado 7

Sep 11 Mississippi at Central Baptist (canceled, bad weather)

Friday scores
Fremont 48 Burton 0
Maryland 40 NCA 6

Merritt 40 Michigan 0
San Jon 50 New Mexico 6
Ash Fork 38 Phoenix 6
Nuview Bridge 73 Riverside 6

today’s games
Sep 13 Missouri at Arkansas
Sep 13 Louisiana at Georgia
Sep 13 Indiana at Alabama
Sep 13 Illinois at Crossroads Christian
Sep 13 Wisconsin at Minnesota

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Gallaudet volleyball

at Bridgewater Invitational

vs. Washington and Lee
L, 3-1     
(25-20, 15-25, 14-25, 23-25)

vs. N.C. Wesleyan      
W, 3-0     
(25-14, 25-22, 25-15)

2-5 record to date

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Iowa football

newspaper story

Iowa Deaf opens with win

OLATHE, Kan. . Marcos Ibarra scored five touchdowns Friday as Iowa School
for the Deaf won its football opener 46-16 over Kansas School for the
Deaf.

Ibarra scored on runs of 63, 55, 17 and nine yards, and also caught a
23-yard touchdown pass from Austin Gaines.

Gaines was 4-of-4 passing for 65 yards and two TDs, also including a
16-yarder to Dalton Rosch. Gaines added 79 yards on seven carries.
Defensively, Gaines had 13 tackles and Ibarra 10.

.My assistant Anthony Maginity and I are very pleased with this
performance,. ISD coach Mark Murray said. .Every player had the
opportunity to play..

The Bobcats. next game is Sept. 20 in Little Rock, Ark., against Arkansas
School for the Deaf.

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Louisiana volleyball

Varsity record is 0-3.

 Yesterday’s game was cancelled by the other school.

 We played against False River Academy again this past Tuesday, Sept 9th.

 Scores:
 JV:
 5-15 (lost)
 6-15 (lost)

 Varsity:
 10-25 (lost)
 4 – 25 (lost)
 11-25 (lost)     Click here to Reply or Forward

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland beat New Life Christian School, 3-0
Scores: 25-25-22, 25-23, 25-19
Record  11 -1

Stats

Bridget Berrigan
1 kill, 9 assists, 4 digs, 1 ace

Brooke Bonheyo
20 assists, 13 digs, 1 ace

Adele Daniels
15 kills, 2 blocks, 7 digs, 5 aces

Karita Lewis
5 kills, 5 digs, 3 aces

Tessa Lewis
8 kills, 12 digs, 1 ace

Kaela Luttrell
2 digs

Kaitlyn Weeks
1 dig

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Minnesota football

GameDay: Faribault Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf football vs. Wisconsin

http://www.southernminn.com/faribault_daily_news/sports/article_eca27056-897e-50e7-8362-97a7db644001.html

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Rochester volleyball

1-0

Our first game from yesterday against Rochester Career and Mentoring. We won all 3 games..

Set 1 – 25-6
Set 2 – 25-15
Set 3 – 25-15

Brianna DiGiovanni – 12 aces / 3 kills / 1 dig
Felicia McGinnis – 2 aces / 5 assists
Marlena Rauber – 15 aces / 2 kills

We will have a home game next Monday against Wheatland Chili at 4 pm

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South Carolina volleyball

Kentucky Spike Out Tournament Result

We lost both games today but we are getting there. Wish us luck.

SCSDB.   3.   11
KSD.      21.   21

SCSDB.   9.     18
OSD.       21.   21

Record 0-6

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Tennessee football

Oak Level Academy has forfeited the 9/25 game versus TSD.

 

TSD is now 5-0 on the year.

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Wisconsin volleyball

WSD Lady Firebirds VB won first game of the season defeated Shattuck
St Mary’s at MSADTrojans 2-1, 25-18, 22-25, 15-13

1-3 record

 

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– football scores

– Gallaudet updates

– volleyball updates
Facebook:
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2014 football scores (updated every Monday)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/football-scores/
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Football scores

Florida 36 St Francis 7
Tennessee 54 Oak Level 6

Iowa 46 Kansas 16
South Carolina 30 Carolinas 14

LaVeta 60 Colorado 7

Sep 11 Mississippi at Central Baptist (canceled, bad weather)

football upcoming games
Sep 12 Michigan at Merritt
Sep 12 Riverside at Nuview Bridge
Sep 12 Maryland at Capital Christian
Sep 12 New Mexico at San Jon
Sep 12 Fremmont hosts Burton
Sep 12 Phoenix at Ash Fork

Sep 13 Missouri at Arkansas
Sep 13 Louisiana at Georgia
Sep 13 Indiana at Alabama
Sep 13 Illinois at Crossroads Christian
Sep 13 Wisconsin at Minnesota

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Gallaudet cross country

Bison Cross Country Invitational set for Saturday

Gallaudet University’s men’s and women’s cross country teams will
be hosting their first of two home meets of the season this Saturday,
Sept. 13, at 11 a.m. right down the street at Kenilworth Park

http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mxc/2014-15/releases/bisoninvitepreview

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Gallaudet volleyball

Gallaudet women’s volleyball drops 3-1 decision to Marymount

ARLINGTON, Va. – The Gallaudet University women’s volleyball team
fell in non-conference action Wednesday night, 3-1, to Marymount
(Va.) University on the road.

http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wvball/2014-15/releases/recap_mmu

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Gallaudet track & cross country

Byron Moore elevated to head coach of Gallaudet’s cross country and track and field programs

The Gallaudet University Athletics Department announced today that Byron Moore
has been elevated to head coach for the men.s and women.s cross country and track
and field programs as announced by Athletic Director Michael Weinstock

http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mtrack/2014-15/releases/moore

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Alabama volleyball
Thursday, September 11, 2014

At Alabama

 

Alabama 3  Victory Christian 1 (AREA)

25-21, 12-25, 25-22, 25-23

 

Season record: 3 – 3

Area record: 3 – 0

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Arkansas volleyball

Arkansas Christian defeated Arkansas 3-2; 13-25; 25-22; 25-23; 13-25; 3-15

Next Game: Missouri @ Arkansas 9/13

Record: 0-3

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Colorado football

CSDB 7

La Veta 60

 

CSDB     0-0-0-7= 7

La Veta 33-14-7-6= 60
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Delaware volleyball

DSD vs. Tall Oaks

Tall Oaks  21-17

DSD  25-21

Tall Oaks  25-16

Tall Oaks  25-20

Lost 3-1

 

DSD vs. Aquinas

Aquinas 25-11

Aquinas 25-9

Aquinas 25-13

Lost 3-0

 

Season Record  0-2

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Florida football

The FSDB Dragons bounced back in a big way throttling the St. Francis
Wolves 36-7.  On a humid night in Gainesville, our offense was not to be
denied in thesecond half enroute to averaging 10 yards a carry.  Our
ground game paced our attack with 328 yards on 33 carries to overwhelm
the Wolves. The rushing attack was very balanced as 3 players earned over 95 yards.

We went into halftime leading 14-0 after exploding out of the gate scoring
on our first two possessions but then sputtered the rest of the half.
 
Defensively we held St. Francis out of the endzone despite them entering the red zone
twice.

In the second half, it was all Dragons.  St. Francis finally scored with 2
minutes left in the game after a stalwart performance by our Defense.

We next play at HOME vs St. Johns Country Day School on 9/25.  They were
the lone team to beat us last year.  Kickoff is at 7pm.

SCORING SUMMARY
1q- 9:53 FSDB Cash 24 run (Cash PAT run) 8-0
1q- 3:32 FSDB Stanfield 9 run (PAT fail) 14-0
3q- 3:18 FSDB Anthony Wallace 22 run (Stanfield PAT run) 22-0
3q- 0:00 FSDB Anthony Wallace 4 run (Garcia PAT kick) 29-0
4q- 9:03 FSDB Alex Wallace 7 pass from Scott (Garcia PAT kick) 36-0
4q- 2:35 St. Francis TD 36-6

STATISTICS
RUSHING
Anthony Wallace 9-120 2TDs, Cash 7-109 TD 1PAT, Stanfield 10-95 TD 1PAT,
Scott 4-27, Maldonado 1-1, Ynirio 2-1

PASSING
Scott 1/3, 7yds, 1 TD

RECEIVING
Alex Wallace 1-7 TD

DEFENSE
Ant.Wallace 8t, Cash 7t 1ff, Townsend 5t 3sk, Al.Wallace 5t 1sk, Ames 5t
1fr, Williams 4t 1ff 1pd, Stanfield 3t 1pd, Philyor 3t 1sk, Maldonado 3t,
Figueroa
2t 1sk, Scott 2t, Baugh 1t 1ff, Ynirio 1t 1pd, D’Angelo 1t, Vital 1t,
Shedd 1t

(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 volleyball

September 11, 2014 FSDB vs. Duval Charter
Away 0-4

FSDB 25 16 20 23
Duval Charter 19 25 25 25

This was by far the best match of the season. However, we
should have won! I wish all of our games could be this
competitive. We just were too much of a roller coaster.

When we were hot, the girls played GREAT. But, then we would
lose five points in a row due to careless mistakes. We’re on the right
track, we’ve just got to clean things up!!

 

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Indiana volleyball

Lost to Covenant Christian in a very hot game; they won first
two games; we won next two games, but lost in the fifth match.

10-1 record

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Iowa football

Iowa School for the Deaf won their road opener against
Kansas School for the Deaf 46-16.

My assistant Anthony Maginity and I are, very pleased with
this performance. Every player had the opportunity to play.
We look forward to are next game 9/20/14, in Little Rock,
Arkansas where we will play Arkansas School for the Deaf.

Stats
Marcos Ibarra had 21 carries for 4tds-
63yd, 55yd, 17yd, 9yd he had 1td catch for 23yds

Team rushing stats 321yds
Austin Gaines threw 4-4 for 65yd 2td passes-
1 23yd to Marcos Ibarra 1 16yd to Dalton Rosch

Austin Gaines also had 7 carries for 79yds

defensive stats
Austin Gaines 13 tackles
Marcos Ibarra 10

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Michigan volleyball

MSD vs Faith High volleyball

The Lady Tartars had their season’s first home game tonight, 9/11/14,
and came out with a victory!  The Tartars played hard and had the statistics to
prove it!  The team totaled 19 kills and 32 aces!  Our setters, Kassie Ross
and Rebecca Davis, assisted in 13 of our kills tonight!  We took the first 3 sets
to end the match. 

Scores were close!  1: 25-20, 2: 25-23, 3: 25-14. 

Great job ladies!

1-1 record

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Oklahoma football

OSD – 12
Depew -52

 

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South Carolina football

In a game shortened by lightning at halftime, SCSDB wins 30-14 over
Carolinas

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South Carolina volleyball

We need to work on our goals and there is no shortcut to reaching
our goals. We have to work harder on building our muscle strengths,
to improve our quickness, increase our techniques required to play
our game at a high level. We need to do a side out so that we can
serve more volleyball to win the game.

What we need is concentration, when controlled, is the key to
performance excellence in our game. We also need to work on our
focus and concentrate on the right things after making mistakes;
this will undermine their confidence and make them nervous in game.
We hope that the more we play games, the more we learn as we go.
Our next game is our trip to Kentucky tomorrow for the weekend.
We are having Kentucky Spike Out Tournament with 6 different Deaf school:
South Carolina, Kentucky, Mississippi, Michigan, Ohio, and St. Rita (Ohio).

Wish us luck and I will keep you posted with our results. Thank you for your
support!

SCSDB              5          4          5
Christ Church     25         25         25

Record 0-5

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Tenneseee football

Oak Level. 0. 0. 6. 0. – 6
TSD. 22. 16. 0. 16. – 54

Oak Level. TSD
First Downs. 14. 5
Rushes-Yards. 40-135. 29-389
Passing. 50. 12
Comp-Att-Int. 9-13-2. 4-5-0
Return Yards. 107. 0
Punts-Avg. X. X
Fumbles-Lost. 5-4. 4-0
Penalties-Yards. 0-0. 6-50

Records: Oak Level 1-1, TSD 4-0

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Western Pennsylvania volleyball

We beat American Spirit Academy, 3-0 (25-20, 25-16, and 25-21)

 

OVERALL and LEAGUE RECORD: 2-3

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Wisconsin volleyball

WSD lost 2-3 to Union Grove 25-20, 25-20, 16-25, 16-25, 7-15

0-3 Record

 

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DeafDigest Sports – September 11, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

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

- misc sports updates

- won/lost records updated

- list of today’s football games
Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/deafdigest1

Twitter:
@deafdigest.com

won/lost records – as of September 11, 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 upcoming games
Sep 11 Mississippi at Central Baptist
Sep 11 Carolinas at South Carolina
Sep 11 Colorado at LaVeta
Sep 11 Florida at St Francis
Sep 11 Michigan at Merritt
Sep 11 Oklahoma at Depew

Sep 12 Riverside at Nuview Bridge
Sep 12 Maryland at Capital Christian
Sep 12 New Mexico at San Jon
Sep 12 Fremmont hosts Burton
Sep 12 Phoenix at Ash Fork

Sep 13 Missouri at Arkansas
Sep 13 Louisiana at Georgia
Sep 13 Iowa at Kansas
Sep 13 Indiana at Alabama
Sep 13 Illinois at Crossroads Christian
Sep 13 Wisconsin at Minnesota

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Gallaudet volleyball

Women’s Volleyball: @MarymountSaints 3, #Gallaudet 1
(Final) 11-25, 25-17, 17-25, 21-25

1-4 record

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Atlanta Area volleyball

1st set- 25 AASD- 21 Cottage School

2nd set- 12 AASD- 25 Cottage School

3rd set- 18 AASD- 25 Cottage School

4th set- 25 AASD- 23 Cottage School

5th set- 5 AASD- 15 Cottage School

 

#3 Bianca- 9 points

#13 Marquesha 13 points

#2 Camry – 19 points

#12 Marcina- 12 points

 

Record O – 2

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Learning Center volleyball
SCORE: Pingree School 3, The Learning Center for the Deaf 0 (25-10, 25-5,
25-8)

The TLC Lady Ghosts travelled to South Hamilton, MA to take on the Pingree
Hilltoppers to open the TLC volleyball season. We had only six available
players due to injury to two starters. It was the first ever school
volleyball match for Kayla LoBrutto (So.), Daria Monahan (So.), and
Naralee Perez (8th). Manju Canuel (Sr.) and Sabrina Rodrigues (7th) were
the only players from last season that played tonight.

In the first set, TLC was able to jump to a 4-0 start after taking
advantage of a Pingree error and Rodrigues’ serving. The Hilltoppers
regrouped and scored strings of unanswered points thanks to their
consistent serving, bare-bones passing, and teamwork. We used the rest of
the set to work on covering gaps in our serving reception. The
Hilltoppers prevailed, 25-10.

TLC served first in the second set, but couldn’t take advantage and turned
the ball over. Pingree started the match 8-0 and made very few mistakes
that set. TLC managed to score a non-error point, but fell 5-25.

The third set was an improvement for TLC in that they managed to go
through the entire 6-player serve rotation and returned to their #1 in the
rotation, Rodrigues. She responded with a serve that led to TLC’s 8th
point of the set. Unfortunately for us, Pingree had 20 points already at
the time. They recovered the ball and scored five more points to close
out the match with a 25-8 set win and 3-o overall victory.

TODAY’S TLC STATS
Sabrina Rodrigues – 1 Kill, 2 Aces, 1 Dig, and 1 Assist
Manju Canuel – 1 Kill, 1 Assist, and 5 Receptions

The Lady Ghosts’ next match will be Wednesday September 17 against the
Landmark School’s JV team at TLC. The start is scheduled for 4 P.M.

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Lexington soccer

Lawrence-Woodmere Academy 6 Lexington 1

 

East Elmhurst, N.Y.- Lexington kicked off its season against a
stronger opponent in Lawrence-Woodmere Academy. We had a great
first half with the score of 1-2. But 2nd half Lawrence-Woodmere came
out so powerful stopping our star players playing their game.
Jia-Cheng Huang made 21 saves and allowed 6 goals. Our defense was
sloppy today as it was our first game of the season however, the solo
goal was scored on a penalty kick which was made by Raymond
Mukhailov. Lexington attempted 8 shots in first half and only 4 in
2nd half but our shots were close to scoring in the first half rather
than 2nd half.

 

Goals: Raymond Mukhailov

Assists: None

Saves: Jia-Cheng Huang (21 saves) 

 

Season Record: 0-1-0  (PSAA: 0-1-0)

 

Next game: Lexington at Staten Island Academy (PSAA League) at 4 PM
on Tuesday, September 16th

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Minnesota football

part of newspaper story

Another player who plays his home games in Faribault had a big night on
Saturday, too, and he only needed three touches. Minnesota State Academy
for the Deaf junior running back Junior Peters took all three of his
rushes for scores in the Trojans. 52-12 rout of Kansas. Peters had
touchdown runs of 57, 11 and 29 yards as the Trojans thumped Kansas for
the second time in as many meetings.

another newspaper story
MSAD Football in state polls

http://www.minnesota-scores.net/leaders.php?yid=1415&sport=104&class=1

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Texas volleyball

TSD 8 16 20
Regents 25 25 25

Aces- Rubinshteyn 2
Kills- Rubinshteyn 4
Blocks- Rubinshtyen 2
Digs- Upchurch- 10
Assists- Etkie 4

TSD 10-8-2

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Western Pennsylvania sports

SOCCER

- lost to Portersville Christian, 4-0

LEAGUE and OVERALL RECORD: 0-2-0

VOLLEYBALL

MONDAY

lost to Hillcrest Christian Academy, 1-3 (24-26, 25-20, 11-25, and 9-25)
YESTERDAY

lost to Portersville Christian, 2-3 (16-25, 16-25, 25-14, 25-16, and
7-15)

LEAGUE and OVERALL RECORD: 1-3

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Wisconsin volleyball

WSD lost 1-3 to Mountain Top Christian Academy

21-25, 25-15, 18-25, 23-25
Record 0-2

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Fresno’s Jared Wolpert bids for spot on USA Deaf Soccer team

http://www.fresnobee.com/2014/09/10/4116548/fresnos-jared-wolpert-bids-for.html#storylink=cpy

 

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