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30

2017/09/30

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DeafDigest Sports – September 30, 2017

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

— today’s football games

— football scores

— volleyball updates

— Gallaudet volleyball

Deaf Sports Collections update
— discrimination against deaf back judge (referee) in football
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/retired-from-competition-as-young-person/

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Deaf Schools won-lost records

http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/
(9/30/17 updates)

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football scores (9/24/17 update)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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Thursday football scores
Kansas 54 Oklahoma 6

Florida 27 Merritt Island Christian 6

Maret 24 Maryland 12
Webberville 74 Michigan 14
Osceola 63 Missouri 12
North Virginia Home School 42 Model 15
MMK 48 Washington 24

Sep 28 Louisiana hosts Lake Charles Home School (game not played)
Sep 29 Alabama hosts JCA (JCA dropped football; Alabama gets forfeit win)

Friday’s football scores
Texas 32 Fremont 6

Indiana 66 Union Dugger 6

today’s football games
Sep 30 Riverside hosts Webb
Sep 30 Arkansas at Minnesota (Minnesota gets forfeit win)
Sep 30 New Mexico at Colorado (game has been taken off the schedule)
Sep 30 New Mexico at Minnesota (Minnesota’s homecoming day)
Sep 30 South Carolina at Mississippi
Sep 30 Colorado at Phoenix
Sep 30 Iowa at Wisconsin
Sep 30 Carolinas at Georgia
Sep 30 Illinois at Alden-Hebron

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Gallaudet volleyball

Gallaudet picks up two wins on first day of Worthington Classic
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wvball/2017-18/releases/recap_worthington1

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Georgia volleyball

GSD VS JACKSONVILLE CHRISTIAN JV AND VARSITY
JV LOST 2-0
GSD 18, 11
JCA  25, 25

RECORD 0-1-0

VARSITY LOST 3-0
GSD 25,8, 9, 21
JCA 18, 25,25,25

RECORD 4-9-0

NEXT MATCH 10/3/17 TRI-MATCH WITH ATLANTA JEWISH AND GAYLESVILLE HIGH @
GSD

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Indiana football

maxpreps recap:

The final score between Indiana School for the Deaf and Union was a 66 – 6
blowout in Indiana School for the Deaf’s favor. Indiana School for the
Deaf struggled to find the scoreboard the game before, so the high-scoring
effort was a welcome change of pace.

The defeat brought Union down to 0-6. The win got Indiana School for the
Deaf up to 3-4.

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Marie Philip volleyball

DATE: Friday September 29, 2017
LOCATION: Marie Philip School, Framingham, MA
RESULT: Marie Philip 3, Lexington 2 (25-21, 26-24, 25-27, 21-25, 15-12)

STATS
Sabrina Rodrigues (10th) – 4 Aces, 6 Kills, 1 Assist, 2 Digs, 6
Receptions, and 10 Service Points
Shayla Rochette (9th) – 9 Aces, 5 Kills, 2 Assists, 4 Digs, and 11 Service
Points
Zora Elliott-Mendelsohn (8th) – 1 Ace, 5 Kills, 18 Assists, and 3 Service
Points
Norma Aldana (12th) – 4 Aces, 6 Kills, 1 Reception, and 17 Service Points
Christine Vargas (12th) – 1 Ace, 1 Kill, 2 Assists, and 16 Service Points
Samantha Fernsebner (7th) – 1 Ace, 1 Dig, and 3 Service Points

REPORT
Today the Marie Philip Lady Ghosts volleyball team hosted the Lexington
School for the Deaf.  We had a late start to our match due to traffic, so
Friday afternoon volleyball turned into Friday night volleyball.

In the first set, Marie Philip started strong but the Blue Jays did their
best to stay close to us.  We won 25-21.

In the second set, Lexington played very well and looked like they were
about to win when they served with the score 24-19.  However, we won the
ball back and Christine Vargas had a fantastic run of 6 unanswered service
points to help us steal a 2nd set win, 26-24.

3rd set – Norma Aldana had a fantastic serving performance with 8 service
points and she helped us to a 21-16 lead.  However, Lexington answered
back and got the momentum we couldn’t stop. We could not get a good run
and gave up several service errors that cost us dearly.  Lexington pulled
off an exciting 27-25 comeback victory.

4th set – Lexington’s momentum continued and we had to play catch up all
set.  The Blue Jays maintained their lead to win the set and force a
deciding 5th set.

For the final set of this exciting match, we won the coin toss and it
seemed to give new life to our starters.  Lexington did a great job of
keeping the set close, but we were able to make fewer mistakes than they
did.  We secured the winning point on a dig by Samantha, a furious diving
pass by Sabrina, and a free ball by Zora that landed right on the side
line when Lexington’s players were hoping it would be out!  That 15-12
result was an exciting end to a great match with a worthy opponent.  The
victory tonight (11th of the season, most in MPS volleyball history) was
hard earned and it is a great start to our weekend off.

Our record is now 11-5.  Our IGC league record is 5-1 and our next match
will be the #2 team (us) visiting the #1 team, 5-0 Chapel Hill-Chauncy
Hall, on Wednesday October 4.

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland beat Greater Grace Christian Academy (GGCA), 3-0
Scores: 25-18, 25-21, 25-18
Record: 11-9-3

Stats
Milana Bielucke
3 digs

Lexi Bullock
2 kills, 1 assist, 7 digs, 3 aces

Alyssa Glennon
5 assists, 1 dig

Rajena Guettler
5 kills, 1 block, 11 digs, 1 assist, 2 aces

Sierra Herzig-Shaw
1 kill

Hanna Johnston-Shaw
4 digs

Meghan Luebehusen
1 block

Cassidy Perry
14 kills, 4 blocks, 3 digs, 2 aces

Freya Seremeth
13 assists, 2 blocks, 4 digs

Maryland JV beat GGCA, 2-0
Scores: 25-20, 25-13
Record: 13-1-1

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Missouri football

MSD 12 and Osceola 57

It was a good learning experience for my boys.  Osceola was very physical
and very well coached.  Very good sportsmanship.  My guys played hard and
put out a great effort.  I’m very proud of my boy’s.

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Texas football

from a fan that watched the game video:

Texas was leading 8-6 going into halftime but CSD threw an interception
with no time remaining and Texas returned it for TD making it 14-6 instead.

That was the turning point of the game.

In other words both teams were even in first half.

Final score was TSD 32 CSDF 6

note:
DeafDigest Sports thanks the fan
 

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29

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DeafDigest Sports – September 29, 2017

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

— first football win of season; losing streak snapped

— upcoming football games

— football scores

— soccer updates

— volleyball updates

Deaf Sports Collections update
— racetrack photographer
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/long-time-deaf-pitcher-in-japan-minor-league-baseball/

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Deaf Schools won-lost records

http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/
(9/29/17 updates)

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football scores (9/24/17 update)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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Thursday football scores
Kansas 54 Oklahoma 6

Florida 27 Merritt Island Christian 6

Maret 24 Maryland 12
Webberville 74 Michigan 14
Osceola 63 Missouri 12
North Virginia Home School 42 Model 15
MMK 48 Washington 24

Sep 28 Louisiana hosts Lake Charles Home School (game not played)

Friday’s football games
Sep 29 Texas at Fremont
Sep 29 Riverside hosts Webb
Sep 29 Indiana at Union Dugger
Sep 29 Alabama hosts JCA (JCA dropped football; Alabama gets forfeit win)

Saturday’s football games
Sep 30 Arkansas at Minnesota (Minnesota gets forfeit win)
Sep 30 New Mexico at Colorado (game has been taken off the schedule)
Sep 30 New Mexico at Minnesota (Minnesota’s homecoming day)
Sep 30 South Carolina at Mississippi
Sep 30 Colorado at Phoenix
Sep 30 Iowa at Wisconsin
Sep 30 Carolinas at Georgia
Sep 30 Illinois at Alden-Hebron

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Gallaudet women’s cross country

Gallaudet women’s team place 4th at LBC Homecoming Invitational, Luna cracks Top 10
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wxc/2017-18/releases/recap_lbchcinvite

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Gallaudet men’s cross country

Bison men’s team place 7th at Lancaster Bible Homecoming Invitational
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mxc/2017-18/releases/recap_lbchcinvite

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American soccer

American School for the Deaf traveled to MacDuffie Prep for our 6th game
of soccer season. We were tied during 1st then finally got goal by 7
minutes left. We won the match. Final score ASD 1-0 MacDuffie Prep. ASD
record 5-0-1.

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Arkansas football

(no team this season – but two players are playing for other
nearby teams)

Shaq’ke Robinson story on the news

http://www.thv11.com/sports/jacksonvilles-sound-of-victory/479493192

Last week against Searcy, Shaqke played about 50 snaps, shares the snaps
with another player. He had 4 solo tackles.

Tonight, The Titans will travel to Jonesboro.

Record thus far 1 – 3

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Florida football

We won a game against Merritt Island Christian. The score was 27 to 6.

The offense was extremely very well. Our defense was outstanding! I take
my hat off to our football players because they deserved to WIN this game
tonight! I am really proud of our team!

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Indiana football

newspaper prediction

Indiana Deaf (2-4) at Dugger Union (0-6): Indiana Deaf 43, Dugger Union 16

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Louisiana football

re the game with LCHS

No game. LCHS a coaching change over the Summer and apparently the
previous coach never communicated with the current coach about the game.
When I was finally able to find out who the new coach was, they already
had a game this week.
 
Next game vs. Carolinas on Wednesday, October 11.

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Marie Philip volleyball

LOCATION: Marie Philip School, Framingham, MA
RESULT: Marie Philip School 3, Gann Academy 2 (25-12, 24-26, 19-25, 25-19,
15-5)

REPORT
Shayla Rochette (9th) – 9 Aces, 4 Kills, 1 Assist, 4 Digs, 2 Receptions,
and 17 Service Points
Zora Elliott-Mendelsohn (8th) – 2 Aces, 13 Kills, 7 Assists, 1 Dig, and 9
Service Points
Christine Vargas (12th) – 3 Aces, 2 Kills, 4 Assists, 2 Digs, and 8
Service Points
Norma Aldana (12th) – 4 Aces, 3 Kills, 1 Assist, 2 Receptions, and 13
Service Points
Samantha Fernsebner (7th) – 1 Ace, 1 Kill, 4 Assists, 1 Reception, and 7
Service Points
Sabrina Rodrigues (10th) – 2 Aces, 6 Kills, and 7 Service Points
Rita Child (6th) – 1 Kill
Chloe Martin (6th) – 1 Ace

REPORT
Today the Marie Philip Lady Ghosts hosted Gann Academy in an Independent
Girls’ Conference (IGC) rematch.  We started very, very well by winning
the first set.  However, we lost focus halfway through the second set.  We
were not at full strength for the exciting 2nd set loss.  The Red Heifers
seized the momentum and put us in a 1-2 hole by winning the third set.  We
went back to full strength for the 4th set.  Winning it emboldened us for
a very convincing fifth set and match victory.  We set a couple of
records: a sixth consecutive match victory and also most kills in one
match by a player (Zora Elliott-Mendelsohn, 13).  It was a total team
effort for all five sets.  We are very proud of our players and manager!

Our season record is now 10-5 (5-1 IGC).  We will host the Lexington
School for the Deaf tomorrow.

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland lost to MACA, 0-3
Scores: 16-25, 8-25, 21-25
Record: 10-9-3

Stats
Milana Bielucke
4 assists, 5 digs, 1 ace

Lexi Bullock
6 kills, 4 digs

Alyssa Glennon
1 dig

Rajena Guettler
6 kills, 8 digs, 1 assist

Sierra Herzig-Shaw
1 kill

Hanna Johnston-Shaw
1 dig

Meghan Luebehusen
1 block

Cassidy Perry
8 kills, 1 block, 11 digs

Freya Seremeth
14 assists, 5 digs, 2 aces

Maryland JV beat MACA, 2-0
Scores: 25-18, 25-21
Record: 12-1-1

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Maryland football

MSD (4-1) – 12
Maret (3-1) – 24

Maret       6     12     6      0    24
MSD        6      6      8      0    12

Scoring Summary
Ma – Glenn 60yds run (PAT blocked)
M – Werner, Ja. 16yd pass from Lewis (Run failed)
Ma – Glenn 63yds run (Pass failed)
M – Long 72yd kickoff return (Run failed)
Ma – Glenn 65yds run (Run failed
Ma – Purcell 18yds pass from Parker (Pass failed)

Individual Stats
Rushing:
Eric Long: 14-95
Maurice Braxton: 14-80

Passing:
Rory Lewis: 3-6; 64 yards; 1 TD

Receiving:
Jason Werner: 2-22; 1 TD
Eric Long: 1-42

John Werner, Jr. led the team with 16 tackles. Stefan Anderson had 11
tackles and a sack.

Total Yards :
MSD: 222 yards (158 rushing/64 passing)
Maret: 399 yards (340 rushing/59 passing)

Next week, we will play against Parkside HS on Friday, October 6th at 7pm
(Home).

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Missouri volleyball

Missouri School for the Deaf played with Russellville tonight, September
28, at Russellville. The score were 13-25 and 16-25. We were lead winning
few times but didn’t win the game. The team played amazing and have
improved passing each other. There were more block and dig tonight at the
game.  Junior Delanzia Hayes earned 5 points for the team  and Freshman
Cristin Kohl helped the team with 3 points. Our record now is 0-6.

We also played Junior Varsity team tonight. The score were so close but
didn’t win. The score was 19-25 and 23-25. We also had some leading
winning. Freshmen Addisyn Tappella earned 6 points for the team and Sara
Farmer earned 4 points for the team. The girls fought hard but didn’t get
to win.

MSD Volleyball team will play Monday night (October 2) with Linn at Linn
at 6pm.

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New Mexico volleyball

NMSD               25      21     12     27    3
Oak Grove       19      25     25     25    15

During the 4th set, we were down 9-18. Our Roadrunners showed their stubbornness
in a positive way by not giving up! We came from behind to win the 4th set by
2 points, 27-25.  For all of the matches, our girls had great individual moments.
For the 5th set, nerves hit our girls and they did not well on receiving serves
and that hurt us. Cy and I still are proud of our Roadrunners! They showed their
HEART out there on the court.   You girls, you have GOLDEN ARMS! Sophomore
Lindsay Hand had 9 ace serves, 8 kills, 5 set assists and 4 digs, and
Freshman Victoria Baca had  4 ace serves and 4 digs.

Next game:  NMSD vs Walatowa – Tuesday, October 3rd  @ 5:00  @ Walatowa
Record overall 3-5
District record 2-2

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Oregon soccer

newspaper story

Oregon School for the Deaf 9, Central Christian 1: REDMOND — Joshua
Bruce scored the Tigers’ first goal of the season, but the Tigers (0-6
SD6, 0-6 overall) fell in a Class 3A/2A/1A Special District 6 match.

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South Carolina volleyball

SCSDB              2    20    9
Calhoun Falls   25  25  25

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St Mary’s volleyball

The lady Bisons battled against a tough opponent yesterday, the Academy of
Aurora but fell short. With the stands more full than usual due to Deaf
awareness week, our young girls face off against the toughest team yet.
Aurora was aiming serves, spiking left and right, and really challenging
our girls with every play. Our girls did not give up though, they fought
for every point they got and managed quite a few good volleys too. Tatyana
Bean earned her first service points and ended up being our team leader in
serves with 4 points. Cameron Cole came up with two digs and Elise Watson
and Kioney Alvira-Juardo both helped with key passes in the game.

All of our girls contributed with something yesterday and it is becoming
quite clear that though they are young, they are not a team that is just
going to roll over. Please think about coming out in the next few weeks to
see just how much our girls are improving.

Match scores:
16-25
10-25
16-25

Season record:
2-6

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St Mary’s boys soccer

Yesterday we had an NFCAA league match against Chesterton Academy.  It was
the 2nd time in our home and away series that we have kicked off against
the Wolverines.  It was deaf awareness week, so not only were we motivated 
to showcase our skills in front of our deaf community,  but we as a team
were looking to bounce back after a lack luster performance this past
Tuesday.  During practice we corrected some of the basic mistakes we made
earlier in the week and made some minor position changes in an effort to
get back to .500 and stay ahead of the pack in our league.  Nick Barrus
opened up the scoring on his way to having his second hatrick (3 goals in
a game) of the season with a rainbow shot into the sun that the our
opponents keeper had no chance of saving. The action was back and forth as 
both clubs took turns with the lead during the match.  Despite playing
considerably better, the Bisons were actually down by one goal at
halftime.   The coaching staff settled the boys d
own and explained that with the quality scoring chances we were creating
so far, the score could’ve easily been reversed.  If we continued to play
smart we could come out of the game with a win. Our efforts in the 2nd
half paid off.  We continued to pepper the other team with shots and it
wasn’t long before Adnan Abdi scored his 1st goal of the season and Givon
Blackwell “picked up the trash” and scored his 2nd of the season off of a
rebound shot from Kassim Kassim.  Once again, Christian Lawrence stood
tall between the posts and did what was necessary to keep the other team
from knotting up the game.  The Bisons won by the final score of 5-4. Once
again we would like to thank all of our deaf community for coming out
yesterday and rooting us towards victory.  Our next match is next week
Thursday away against the Stanley G. Falk School.

Overall Record: 3-3

Individual Stats:
Nick Barrus- 3 goals (6th, 7th, & 8th of the season)
Givon Blackwell- 1 goal (2nd of the season)
Adnan Abdi-1 goal (1st of the season)
Christian Lawrence-(7 saves)

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Texas volleyball

TSD   25 25 25
Concordia 12 16 18

Texas current record 22-9-1

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Washington sports

WSD Volleyball Scores: 9/28

Three Rivers Christian 3 vs. WSD 0

TRC 25 – WSD 11
TRC 25 – WSD 9
TRC 25 – WSD 13

League Record 0-2 – Overall Record: 1-3

Next Game: @ Fort Vancouver – Tuesday, October 3

WSD Football Score: 9/28

WSD 24 vs. Mary M. Knight 48

League: 1-1 – Overall Record: 2-1

Next Game: Thursday, October 5 vs. Naselle

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Western Pennsylvania sports

SOCCER – lost to First Baptist, 4-2

LEAGUE RECORD: 4-2-0

OVERALL RECORD: 7-2-0

VOLLEYBALL – split with First Baptist -

lost the first match, 2-3 (23-25, 25-20, 25-19, 22-25, and 16-18) and won
the second match, 3-0 (25-16, 25-23, and 25-16) – we need to win next
Tuesday’s match to clinch the second place in our division.

LEAGUE RECORD: 7-2

OVERALL RECORD: 10-4
 

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28

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DeafDigest Sports – September 28, 2017

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

— upcoming football games

— volleyball updates

— soccer updates

— Keith Westhoelter

— Gallaudet updates

— maxpreps football previews

Deaf Sports Collections update
— deaf pro basketball player in Puerto Rico
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/bonnie-sloan/

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Deaf Schools won-lost records

http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/
(9/28/17 updates)

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football scores (9/24/17 update)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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upcoming football games

Sep 28 Michigan at Webberville
Sep 28 Florida hosts Merritt Island Christian (changed date due to hurricane)
Sep 28 Louisiana hosts Lake Charles Home School
Sep 28 Oklahoma at Kansas
Sep 28 Maryland hosts Maret
Sep 28 Missouri at Osceola
Sep 28 Washington hosts MMK

Sep 29 Texas at Fremont
Sep 29 Riverside hosts Webb
Sep 29 Indiana at Union Dugger
Sep 29 Alabama hosts JCA (JCA dropped football; Alabama gets forfeit win)

Sep 30 Model at Northern Virginia Christian Academy
Sep 30 Arkansas at Minnesota (Minnesota gets forfeit win)
Sep 30 New Mexico at Colorado (game has been taken off the schedule)
Sep 30 New Mexico at Minnesota (Minnesota’s homecoming day)
Sep 30 South Carolina at Mississippi
Sep 30 Colorado at Phoenix
Sep 30 Iowa at Wisconsin
Sep 30 Carolinas at Georgia
Sep 30 Illinois at Alden-Hebron

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maxpreps previews

Football Game Preview: Maryland School for the Deaf vs. Maret
http://www.maxpreps.com/news/YHnenZv_6UqAFvbi4vi3Nw/football-game-preview–maryland-school-for-the-deaf-vs-maret.htm

Football Game Preview: Texas School for the Deaf vs. California School for the Deaf
http://www.maxpreps.com/news/bSUBlgwKE0ancRXU1zvP6Q/football-game-preview–texas-school-for-the-deaf-vs-california-school-for-the-deaf.htm

Football Game Preview: New Mexico School for the Deaf vs. Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf
http://www.maxpreps.com/news/AhIVpZ1NYEqXIuzg9_LmHQ/football-game-preview–new-mexico-school-for-the-deaf-vs-minnesota-state-academy-for-the-deaf.htm

Football Game Preview: Model Secondary School for the Deaf vs. Northern Virginia Kings
http://www.maxpreps.com/news/IvWUsP2gC0qzGmoQfl217A/football-game-preview–model-secondary-school-for-the-deaf-vs-northern-virginia-kings.htm

Football Game Preview: California School for the Deaf-Riverside vs. The Webb Schools
http://www.maxpreps.com/news/mMBrjss-_0-Rt7lhxECG6Q/football-game-preview–california-school-for-the-deaf-riverside-vs-the-webb-schools.htm

Football Game Preview: Georgia School for the Deaf vs. North Carolina School for the Deaf (Carolinas)
http://www.maxpreps.com/news/jQzLQKafa0mh3lDH4H3YRA/football-game-preview–georgia-school-for-the-deaf-vs-north-carolina-school-for-the-deaf.htm

Football Game Preview: Washington School for the Deaf vs. Mary M. Knight
http://www.maxpreps.com/news/5gc0myK72kSWloG4kWO-RA/football-game-preview–washington-school-for-the-deaf-vs-mary-m-knight.htm

Football Game Preview: Merritt Island Christian vs. Florida School for the Deaf
http://www.maxpreps.com/news/PcgvzVSdyEmjkIgLv8IW9Q/football-game-preview–merritt-island-christian-vs-florida-school-for-the-deaf.htm

Football Game Preview: Webberville vs. Michigan School for the Deaf
http://www.maxpreps.com/news/RGt7br7sTEeh4iNu8gf3kw/football-game-preview–webberville-vs-michigan-school-for-the-deaf.htm

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Gallaudet women’s soccer

Gallaudet scores four straight goals in comeback win over Wilson
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wsoc/2017-18/releases/recap_wilson

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Gallaudet volleyball

Bison hang tough with Stevenson in home match
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wvball/2017-18/releases/recap_stevenson

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Gallaudet men’s soccer

GU can’t catch up to Wilson after early deficit
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/msoc/2017-18/releases/recap_wilson

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Alabama volleyball

*Wednesday, September 27*

*Fayetteville* 2  Alabama 0  (25-11, 25-12)
Winterboro 3  Alabama 0 (25-5, 25-9, 25-21)

Season record:  3 -15

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Fremont volleyball

newspaper story

Jada Dawson, California School for the Deaf volleyball: Led the way with
16 kills as CSD defeated Fremont Christian 3-1 to run its season record to
7-3.

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Indiana basketball

from newspaper in Missouri

20 Years Ago — Sept. 27, 1997

Former Washington High School and Gallaudet College basketball standout
Keith Westhoelter has another gold medal to show off. Westhoelter was a
member of the U.S. basketball team participating in the Deaf Olympics in
Copenhagen, Denmark, during the summer

note:
Keith currently coaaches boys’ basketball at Indiana School for the Deaf

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Indiana football
http://www.sullivan-times.com/sports/article/id/23882

scroll to the lower part of the screen for a good write up
about the upcoming game with Union

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Iowa volleyball

newspaper story

owa School for the Deaf’s volleyball team fell to 1-4 on the season with
a straight-set loss to the Nebraska City Lourdes junior varsity.

Game scores were 25-13, 25-5 and 25-4.

“Right now we are a night-and-day team,” ISD coach Karen Lechner said.
“Tonight was a disappointing loss. I guess some of it could be growing
pains.”

The Bobcats had taken their first win of the season Thursday, beating the
Thomas Jefferson freshman team 27-25, 25-21, 16-25, 19-25, 17-15

“What a victory that was,” she said. “Against TJ everyone hustled,
played up a notch and defensively were in position three-quarters of the
time.”

The Bobcats next host Cornerstone Christian School of Bellevue at 6 p.m.
Thursday.

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Kansas volleyball

We lost our match last night against KC East. 1-3

KSD vs. KC East
20 – 25
18-25
25-14
14-25

Player Stats:
Cierra Sherwood: 2 aces, 3 kills, 1 dig
Katja Grace: 2 aces, 1 kill
Kaylee Wells: 3 aces
Madison Welch: 6 aces, 6 kills, 1 assist
Tiadra Vang: 4 aces, 2 kills, 5 assists, 1 dig

Tonight we played Oklahoma School for the Deaf and won the match 3-0.

Final scores:

KSD vs OSD
25-12
25-14
25-17

Player stats:

Cierra Sherwood: 4 aces
Jamiaka Jones: 3 aces
Katja Grace: 3 aces, 2 kills, 1 dig
Kaylee Wells: 1 ace, 2 kills
Madison Welch: 21 aces, 8 kills
Taylor Wise: 1 assist
Tiadra Vang: 5 aces, 6 assists

Record: 13-7

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Lexington soccer

September 25th, Lexington’s away soccer game against Legacy. Legacy’s home
game that was 8v8 players on field.

First half: Jean-Carlos (midfielder) made the first goal. Jovanni
Vega(forward) was a assist from Steve Salmon (midfielder)scored one goal.
Jovanni Vega (forward)scored one goal. Tayqwan Richardson(goalie) made 5
saves from shoots. The first half ended with a score of 3-0 in our favor.
Second half: Legacy’s one player made scored three goals. Steve Salmon
(midfielder) scored a goal in last minutes. The game ended with a result
of
4-3 in our favor.

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Marie Philip soccer

Marie Philip School had a battle with Covenant Christian Academy as they
were an undefeated team last year until they lost one during championship
game. It was a good start for MPS to earn a penalty kick so quick but we
missed a PK chance. We could’ve scored a few goals in the first half but
didn’t seize the moment. CCA was up in halftime, 3-0.

During the second half, Ty Looney surprisingly kicked the ball into the
net. Coaches really impressed with our team’s performance, even though
they played in a hot day.

MPS 1
CCA 5

Record: 2-3-1

Next game: Sept 29, Friday.
Lexington School for the Deaf @ MPS

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Minnesota volleyball

from a tweet

Minnesota Academy for the Deaf (3) at St. Paul Preparatory (0)

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New Mexico volleyball

NMSD              5      25     10    9
Coronado       25    21     25   25

Tuesday’s game was hugely different compared to the game
vs the same school last year.   The Roadrunners showed a huge
improvement in their passing skills and defense . True Freshman
Victoria Baca had 9 digs, Senior Kimberly Sanchez had 4 kills,
Sophomore Lindsay Hand had 6 set assists and 4 digs, and
Sophomore Mya Malone had 3 kills and 5 digs.

Next game:  Oak Grove vs NMSD – TODAY, September 28th @ 5:00  @ Larson gym.
Record overall 2-5
District record 2-1

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Pennsylvania soccer

Today, 9/27, PSD Panthers soccer team home game vs International
Christian,
they led 3-0 in half time and 2nd half, improved scored but end of game,
they won 3-6.

Record 0-4-1

Next Game home game vs Community Academy of Phila. at 4 PM

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Phoenix volleyball

Lost to Ray at home, 3-0 (15-25, 12-25, 13-25). Now 2-8.

Next up:  Homecoming vs. Colorado SDB.

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Rhode Island co-ed soccer

RISD completed the last leg of our four-game road stretch to open our 2017
season against NYSD-Fanwood. Both teams came into the game with an 0-3
record and we both were hungry to earn our first win of the season.
Fanwood’s coaches agreed to play 8v8 against us, which was greatly
appreciated.

Both teams started out well and we both had attacking opportunities but
nothing came out of it. Fanwood was finally able to push a goal within the
first 20 minutes on a nice one-on-one break where one of their forwards
broke through our back defenders’ line. They would add another goal before
halftime on a similar situation.

We made some adjustments and encouraged our defenders to become more
aggressive with the ball. RISD became a little too aggressive at times and
got beaten several times which led to three second-half goals for Fanwood.
Our offense moved the ball very well, but we struggled to break through
Fanwood’s wall of four defenders, and when we did – we couldn’t get the
ball past their goaltender.

NYSD won by the final score of 5-0. RISD will finally host our very first
home game this Saturday 9/30 which also happens to be our Homecoming! We
are looking forward to hosting our first Homecoming and hope this Saturday
will be successful for both our HC and the soccer team!

RISD -  0   0  – 0
NYSD – 2  3  – 5

*RISD*
Juan F-E. – 7 Saves
Timothy J. – 5 Shots
Jayden E. – 5 Shots

*RISD Varsity Soccer Record:* 0-4
*Next Game:* RISD Homecoming — Saturday, September 30th vs. Marie Philip
School (1:00 P.M.)

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St Mary’s soccer

The Bisons had their 2nd NFCAA league match yesterday against the Stanley
G. Falk School.  Unfortunately, we had 2 starters out of the line-up which
impacted how we were planning to attack our opponent.  It should be noted
that although the heat wave had an effect on both teams, the fact that we
had no available subs put our players and team at a strong disadvantage.
That said, the Bisons came out flat.  We made some costly mistakes in the
1st half that allowed Falk to take a commanding lead 4-0 and we spent the
rest of the match attempting to recover and play catch-up.  When we were
able to finally clear the ball out of our own end, which presented many
challenges for us yesterday we were able to have some quality scoring
chances.  Unfortunately, Nick Barrus who has been our biggest offensive
threat thus far this season had 3 great shots on goal that each hit a
cross bar and both goal posts.  Isa Habeeb was able to capitalize on a
penalty kick to get us on the scoreboard and
 keep us from getting shut-out.  We did play better in the 2nd half and we
were only outscored by one goal in the remaining 30 minutes.  The final
score was SMSD: 1 vs Falk: 6.  Please continue to support our efforts as
we look to get back to .500 this Thursday at home against Chesteron.

Overall Record: 2-3

Individual Stats:
Isa Habeeb- 1 goal(2nd of the season)
Christian Lawrence- 8 saves

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Tennessee Volleyball

Cosby over TSD 3-0
25=22, 25-22, 25-15

Berean Christian  over TSD 3-0
25-6, 25-4, 25-11
 

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DeafDigest Sports – September 27, 2017

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

— upcoming football games

— volleyball updates

— soccer updates

— Indiana football preview

Deaf Sports Collections update
— death of a promising deaf boxer
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/fred-mahan/

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Deaf Schools won-lost records

http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/
(9/27/17 updates)

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football scores (9/24/17 update)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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upcoming football games

Sep 28 Michigan at Webberville
Sep 28 Florida hosts Merritt Island Christian (changed date due to hurricane)
Sep 28 Louisiana hosts Lake Charles Home School
Sep 28 Oklahoma at Kansas
Sep 28 Maryland hosts Maret
Sep 28 Missouri at Osceola
Sep 28 Washington hosts MMK

Sep 29 Texas at Fremont
Sep 29 Riverside hosts Webb
Sep 29 Indiana at Union Dugger
Sep 29 Alabama hosts JCA (JCA dropped football; Alabama gets forfeit win)

Sep 30 Model at Northern Virginia Christian Academy
Sep 30 Arkansas at Minnesota (Minnesota gets forfeit win)
Sep 30 New Mexico at Colorado (game has been taken off the schedule)
Sep 30 New Mexico at Minnesota (Minnesota’s homecoming day)
Sep 30 South Carolina at Mississippi
Sep 30 Colorado at Phoenix
Sep 30 Iowa at Wisconsin
Sep 30 Carolinas at Georgia
Sep 30 Illinois at Alden-Hebron

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American volleyball

American School for the Deaf Varsity Girls Volleyball Team won our home
against New York School for the Deaf. The scores were 25-7, 25-14, and
25-11.  Our record is 1-3.

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American soccer

American school for the deaf hosted soccer game versus NYSD-Fanwood on hot
weather day. We were struggling a little during 1st half due to changes
positions and players after 2ns half, much better but we give too much
ball to the opponent to the goalie. American School for the Deaf defeated
NYSD, 3-1.  ASD record 4-0-1.

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Fremont sports

We are excited to host Texas School for the Deaf Rangers here for a
football and cheerleading game on Friday.  There are also two Volleyball
game and an away Cross Country meet.  Come and join us for the fun!

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK – LUKE BELLA, our Junior Receiver and Linebacker is
well known for his consistency and hardworking attitude.  However, it was
his highlight last Friday prompted even more reasons for his selection. 
He had an amazing interception in the end zone after it was tipped three
times and he instinctively dived and had a clean catch.  This play was
noticed by the San Francisco 49ers which they selected as their “Play of
the Week” and Luke will attend their end of the season banquet for this
recognition.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jTxDhNeKzWs&feature=youtu.be

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Tuesday September 26
Volleyball HOME GAME
Varsity 4:00pm vs Contra Costa Christian
Admission – $3 General, $2 Seniors/Students, CSD Students Free

Cross Country Away Game
Girls 4:15pm, Boys 4:45pm @ BCL Meet #2
Kennedy Grove, Richmond
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Thursday September 28
Volleyball HOME GAME
JV 4:00pm, Varsity 5:00pm vs California Crosspoint
Admission – $3 General, $2 Seniors/Students, CSD Students Free
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Friday September 29
Football and Cheerleading HOME GAME
Varsity 7:00pm vs Texas School for the Deaf
$5 General, $3 Seniors/Students, CSD Students Free
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Indiana football

Bulldogs seek first win against visiting Deaf Hoosiers

The Union Bulldogs will try to beat the Deaf Friday night
for their first win of the season.

full story at:
http://www.gcdailyworld.com/story/2447411.html

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Marie Philip soccer

Marie Philip School played against our league opponent, Waldorf School of
Massachusetts Bay. We played really well to keep possession in the first
half but we missed a lot of scoring opportunities. Jasper Damas scored a
goal and Dylan Christoffels had 4 goals to give our team lead with a 5-1
at halftime.

Due to Waldorf having only 11 players without substitutes, we kept
adjusting our players’ positions with the goal to improve their skills. We
kept missing more scoring opportunities in the second half. Projwal
Prohkrel scored his first career goal. We’ve finally won our first league
game since 2014.

MPS 7
Waldorf 3

Next game: Sept 27, Wednesday. Home game vs. Covenant Christian Academy

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland JV beat Frederick Force, 2-0
Scores:  25-12, 25-14
Record: 11-1-1

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Missouri volleyball

Missouri School for the Deaf played with Bunceton last night, September
25, at MSD. The score were 11-25, 11-25, and 10-25. Freshmen Kayla Nichols
earned the highest score for the team with four points. Junior Delanzia
Hayes earned 3 points for their team and she earned 86% accuracy passing.
Our record now is 0-5. MSD Volleyball team will play Thursday night
(September 28) with Russellville at Russellville at 6pm. The girls are
continue improving and the coaches are proud of them.

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Model volleyball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Volleyball

Volleyball

Date: Tuesday, September 26, 2017 at 5:30 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 1

Covenant Life School: 3

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Pennsylvania soccer

PSD Boys soccer game at NJSD, we lead 3-1 until at the end, NJSD robbed 2
added scores became ties 3-3 and overtime result TIES.

The Panthers did a great job to fighting not let them winning and at the
end of overtime was ties 3-3. Aquil, goalie did a great job to saves and
not give himself up. Jacob, Anel and Nasir goal each.

Record is 0-3-1

 On Friday, 9/22, we travel to Rochester (RSD) the first game we played
was
against RSD it was a great game the boys played there hearts out, but we
lost 4-2. then we played game right after that one against Ohio boys were
worn out but they never gave up we lost 8-0. Saturday morning, 9/23, we
had
a game against St. Mary the boys played awesome it was a close game in the
final sec st Mary scored making it 4-3. The boys never gave up they all
played with heart and great sportsmanship.

PSD vs RSD LOST 4-2
PSD vs OHIO LOST 8-0
PSD vs ST. MARY LOST 4-3

Record 0-3

All Star is Hazim Haroun

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Pennsylvania volleyball

PSD vs NJSD 3-0 (25-14), (25-20), and (25-21), WON

Yasmean and Trinity did a great at serve points, the Ladypanthers did work
hard to keep scores up and focused on their positions to keep our points
up. They did a great job on the court!

Record 3-2

Friday, Sept 22
First (scrimmage) vs Destiny 2-0
First game vs RSD 0-2 (24-26) and 18-25
Second game vs St. Mary 2-0 (25-18) and (25-15)

Saturday, Sept 23
Semi game vs St. Mary 2-0 ( 25-12) and (25-13)
Championship vs RSD 0-3 (8-25), (14-25), and (20-25)

We went 2nd place.
All stars (Yasmean Evans and Trinity Rios)

Our girls did good work. We proud of them!

Our record is 2-2

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Rochester soccer

RSD travelled to Brockport, NY to take on Cornerstone Christian Academy in
a non-league game. RSD was only able to bring nine able bodies to the
game,
making it extremely tough, since we were experiencing record high
temperatures (90 degrees) this Fall day.

Regardless, we put our best foot forward and gave it our all. RSD put up a
great fight, but ended losing 4-3. Earning goals for RSD was Courtney
Gentzke and two goals for Levi Ruper.

We played incredibly well for the 80 minutes, even playing with 7 on the
field at one point due to some cramping issues. It was a valiant effort by
the Wildcats, and we look forward to our rematch on our field, with I
hope,
much cooler temperatures.

Final Score:

Cornerstone: 4
RSD: 3

Goals: Levi Ruper (2)
            Courtney Gentzke (1)

Overall Record: 4-3

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South Carolina volleyball

SCSDB 5 10 11
Dixie 25 25 25

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St Mary’s volleyball

Yesterday the lady bison’s had their first home win of the season against
Global Charter. It was a very competitive game as both teams were equally
matched but our lady Bisons came out on top in three straight sets. Elise
Watson had a great serving game, earning 15 points on her own. Aleyshka
Rivera also earned her first point in a game during our second set. Cami
Cole did well at the net getting 3 attacks and one kill. All the girls
contributed to this win so if you see them please tell them good game
yesterday.

Match scores:
25-23
25-7
25-17

Season record:
2-5

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Texas volleyball

TSD           13  18  25  25  11
Brentwood 25  25  16  17  15

TSD 21-9-1
District 7-1

JV TSD won, 25-19, 28-30, 15-13
Record 16-6

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Washington volleyball

WSD Volleyball Scores: 9/25

Naselle 3 vs. WSD 0

Naselle 25 – WSD 5
Naselle 25 – WSD 5
Naselle 25 – WSD 13

Record: 1 – 2

Next Game: vs. Three Rivers Christian – September 28

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Western Pennyslvania sports

VOLLEYBALL – beat Seeds of Faith, 3-0 (25-11, 25-9, and 25-6)

LEAGUE RECORD: 6-1

OVERALL RECORD: 9-3

BIG TEST for our girls – tomorrow vs First Baptist (will play
double-header)   the winner will have a clear road to take 2nd place in
the division

SOCCER – won by forfeit over Seeds of Faith

LEAGUE RECORD: 4-1-0

OVERALL RECORD: 7-1-0

BIG TEST for us – the next five league games – tough teams   see how we
fare out!  Two of them are fighting for the 2nd place with us and the
other one, the first place team.

Tomorrow – vs First Baptist

next Tuesday – vs Robinson Township Christian

next Thursday – vs Evangel Heights

10/10 – at Robinson Township Christian

10/12 – at First Baptist
 

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DeafDigest Sports – September 26, 2017

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

— upcoming football games

— Gallaudet men’s soccer

— Gallaudet baseball player

— volleyball updates

— soccer updates

— inspiring story of a Gallaudet baseball player

Deaf Sports Collections update
— Football star’s mysterious deafness
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/somewhat-deaf-football-player/

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Deaf Schools won-lost records
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/
(9/26/17 updates)

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football scores (9/24/17 update)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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upcoming football games

Sep 28 Michigan at Webberville
Sep 28 Florida hosts Merritt Island Christian (changed date due to hurricane)
Sep 28 Louisiana hosts Lake Charles Home School
Sep 28 Oklahoma at Kansas
Sep 28 Maryland hosts Maret
Sep 28 Missouri at Osceola
Sep 28 Washington hosts MMK

Sep 29 Texas at Fremont
Sep 29 Riverside hosts Webb
Sep 29 Indiana at Union Dugger
Sep 29 Alabama hosts JCA (JCA dropped football; Alabama gets forfeit win)

Sep 30 Model at Northern Virginia Christian Academy
Sep 30 Arkansas at Minnesota (Minnesota gets forfeit win)
Sep 30 New Mexico at Colorado (game has been taken off the schedule)
Sep 30 New Mexico at Minnesota (Minnesota’s homecoming day)
Sep 30 South Carolina at Mississippi
Sep 30 Colorado at Phoenix
Sep 30 Iowa at Wisconsin
Sep 30 Carolinas at Georgia
Sep 30 Illinois at Alden-Hebron

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Gallaudet men’s soccer

Bison get defensive against Christendom
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/msoc/2017-18/releases/recap_christendom

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Gallaudet baseball player

Finding his place
http://www.monroenews.com/news/20170925/finding-his-place

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Alabama football

Next football game: Friday, October 6  Vina at ASD

Forfeit win (JCA) this Friday.

Glad we could play well last Saturday

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Alabama volleyball

*Thursday, September 21*

Victory Chritian 3  Alabama 0  (25-13, 25-12, 25-16)

*Saturday, September 23*
Wadley Invitational Tournament

Wadley 2  Alabama 0  (25-9, 25-14)
Lagrange 2  Alabama 0 (25-15, 25-14)
Horseshoe Bend 2  Alabama 0  (25-9, 25-13)
Beulah 2  Alabama 0  (25-19, 25-7)
Woodland 2  Alabama 0  (25-11, 25-7)

Season record:  3 – 12

Munford 2  Alabama 0  (25-14, 25-5)

Season record:  3 – 13

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Florida volleyball

Junior Varsity

September 21, 2017              Interlachen vs. FSDB            Home           
1-4     0-3
                                                                                                       
(District)

Team    Game 1  Game 2  Game 3
Interlachen     25      25
FSDB    22      8

Player  Aces    Kills   Blocks  Assists Digs
Adriana Guerreo 0       0       0       1       0
Ling Martinez   0       0       0       0       1
Samantha Suarez 3       0       0       0       3
Keliah Williams 0       0       0       0       1
Amanda Jackson  3       1       0       0       2

This was our first home game. We lost 22 – 25 and 8 – 25 to Interlachen.
Our first set was when we felt we were in system. We could play together
well. We had four straight serving errors before they beat us in the first
set. These errors hurt our chance
to win the set. In the second set, we were out of system. We made many
errors. We couldn’t play together anymore. Hopefully, we can play together
ALL THE WAY next time. Our next home game is this Tuesday. Come and
support us!

Varsity

September 21, 2017              Interlachen vs. FSDB            Home           
0-8     0-3
                                                                                                        
(District)

Team    Game 1  Game 2  Game 3  Game 4  Game 5
Interlachen     25      25      25
FSDB    14      14      9

Player  Aces    Kills   Blocks  Assists Digs
Ashley Moore    0       0       0       1       7
Julianna Cuadrado       0       1       0       0       5
Nolan Fisher    0       0       0       0       1
Arlyssa Davis   0       5       0       0       3
Kira Speights   0       1       0       1       1
Ja’Myra Harris  0       0       0       1       1
Maggie Satterfield      1       0       0       4       1
Taria Pellicer  0       1       0       1       4
Lourdine Jordonne       3       2       0       1       1

Tonight was a roller coaster!  There were moments of greatness, but
overall the girls lacked chemistry and really doubted themselves on the
court.  They were very emotional and not themselves.  Their inexperience
really showed tonight.  We had a good
meeting after the game and we will watch some video next week.  The girls
have the skills, now they have to put it in action during game time to see
some results!

The next game will be our DIG PINK game at home on Tuesday, September 26
against Trinity Christian. MS plays at 5:00, JV plays at 6:00, and Varsity
plays at 7:00.  Please come out and support the girls as we raise money to
support breast cancer research!

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Kansas football

Last Saturday afternoon on September 23, Kansas School for the Deaf and
Missouri School for the Deaf played their third Deaf football games of the
season. Missouri and Kansas have been football rivals since 1920 when they
played their first Deaf football game against each other. KSD and MSD have
played against each other 86 times since that first game. For the KSD
homecoming, KSD beat MSD 64 to 6. KSD played an excellent game on defense
and offense. KSD will play against Oklahoma School for the Deaf this Thursday,
September 28 at 10:00 AM. Presently, KSD has 3 wins and 1 loss. This week
is the Great Plains Schools for the Deaf (GPSD) Championship Week. KSD is
undefeated and in first place for the Great Plains Schools for the Deaf
(GPSD) league, with 2 wins and 0 losses. KSD beat Arkansas School for the
Deaf by forfeit. If KSD wins this week, KSD will win the GPSD Football
Championship. I am so proud of the KSD Boys’ Football Team. We lost four
seniors who graduated last year, one all American football player who moved
to Texas School for the Deaf, and have five starters. We will lose five
seniors this year.

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Lexington soccer

September 23rd, at Lexington’s soccer game against Rhonde Island School
for
the Deaf on Saturday afternoon. Our game was 8v8 players on field.

First half: Christian Zitle(forward) made the first and second goals.
Jovanni Vega(forward) scored two goals and Steve Salmon scored one goal.
Tayqwan Richardson(goalie) hadn’t made any save due to our defense, they
have improved. They took control of the ball in the game. The first half
ended with a score of 5-0 in our favor.
Second half: Jovanni Vega scored a goal. RI school, one player scored a
goal from a free kick. The game ended with a result of 6-1 in our favor.
Vet players were bench in second half for the rest of the game and gave a
chance to the Lex’s new players with more knowledge to play and were
put in position
on the field to challenge them.

Lexington players started to open up, having more space to pass and
control
the ball in field. They still have to learn their set formation, play on
their right positons on field and to put hard pressure against the other
team.

Next game against Legacy it’s an away game on Monday, Sept 25th @4pm.

2-1 record

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Marie Philip volleyball

DATE: Monday September 25, 2017
LOCATION: Landmark School, Beverly, MA
RESULT: Marie Philip 3, Landmark 1 (16-25, 25-15, 25-17, 25-23)

STATS
Sabrina Rodrigues (10th) – 8 Aces, 4 Kills, 2 Assists, 2 Digs, 2
Receptions, and 16 Service Points
Zora Elliott-Mendelsohn (8th) – 1 Ace, 5 Kills, 9 Assists, 1 Dig, and 6
Service Points
Norma Aldana (12th) – 4 Aces, 4 Kills, 2 Assists, 1 Dig, 1 Reception, and
10 Service Points
Shayla Rochette (9th) – 7 Aces, 3 Kills, 2 Assists, 1 Reception, and 10
Service Points
Christine Vargas (12th) – 2 Aces, 2 Kills, 1 Assist, 3 Receptions, and 8
Service Points
Lily Fruguglietti (10th) – 2 Aces, 1 Assist, and 7 Service Points

REPORT
Today the Marie Philip Lady Ghosts took a long drive to Beverly for an
Independent Girls’ Conference (IGC) league match at the Landmark School. 
Our girls had a hard time getting used to Landmark’s court and match ball. 
The Vikings made the most of their home court advantage to secure a nice
set win.  However, we were able to adjust and we worked much harder to be
patient, make fewer mistakes, and to make every serve count.  The Lady
Ghosts worked harder and harder each set, but we were able to win today
3-1.  Today was not only the first time we won at the Landmark School, but
we also tied our school’s record for winning streak (5 matches, first set
in 2011).  Assistant coach Amanda Hilleque and I are very proud of the
team’s accomplishment today and we know there will be many more to come.

The Marie Philip Lady Ghosts are now 9-5 so far for the season, with a 4-1
record so far in IGC league play.  Our next match is a rematch against
Gann Academy on Thursday.

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Missouri volleyball

Missouri School for the Deaf played with Kansas School for the Deaf last
Saturday, September 23, at KSD. The team has improved working together
however, we didn’t win the game. The score were 14-25, 16-25, and 19-25.
Freshmen Addisyn Tappella helped the team with 9 serving points.  Senior
Melissa Davis earned 4 points for their team. Freshman, Kayla Nichols
helped the team earning points with 3 serve. Junior Delanzia Hayes helped
with the team getting the serve received and set 76% accuracy. Our record
now is 0-4. MSD Volleyball team will play tomorrow night (September 26)
with Bunceton R-IV at MSD at 6pm.

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Model football

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Football

Football

Date: Saturday, September 23, 2017 at 5:30 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 6

Texas School for the Deaf HS: 54

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Ohio Soccer

At Rochester homecoming
Rochester 1, OSD 0

Our two goals were nullified because of penalties. With the loss, we are 2-2 on the year.

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Oklahoma volleyball

We played McAlester JV
19-25, 25-17, 25-13, 12-25, 14-16
OSD record is 0-7

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Oregon soccer

City Christian 7 Oregon School For The Deaf 5

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Rhode Island co-ed soccer

RISD Soccer Team traveled to Lexington School for the Deaf in NYC to play
a
soccer game last Saturday (9/23). Due to the heat wave, the referees gave
us a water break halfway through each 40-minute halves and Lexington was
kind enough to play 8 v. 8 soccer as opposed to 11 since we only brought
11
players.

We started out slow in the first 20 minutes and allowed three quick goals.
After the first water break, our players finally got their heads into the
game and started playing much better. We were able to create some
opportunities, but didn’t convert on any of them. Lexington scored once
more to build a 4-0 halftime lead.

Our adjustments during halftime seemed to work as our defense clamped down
and didn’t allow Lexington to attack as much as they used to. Jayden E.
scored a great goal off a free kick for our first goal and we attacked the
ball much more afterwards, but we were unable to push the ball into the
net. Lexington scored once more before end of the game and the final score
was 5-1.

RISD will next travel to NYSD-Fanwood on Wednesday 9/27 in search of our
first win.

RISD – 0  1  – 1
LSD -  4  1  – 5

*RISD*
Jayden E. – 1 Goal
Juan F-E. – 13 Saves

*RISD Varsity Soccer Record:* 0-3
*Next Game:* Wednesday, September 27th @ New York School for the Deaf
(3:30
P.M.)

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Rochester volleyball

RSD hosted the Homecoming last weekend on Friday and Saturday. RSD Girls
Volleyball team won their first game of Homecoming against St.Mary’s with
2-0. The second game for the WIldcats played against Pennsylvania School
for the Deaf (PSD). PSD took the lead, but the WIldcats fought it and came
back to win the first set and then won the second set to take the Wildcats
lead for the round robin and entered the championship game. The next day,
PSD beat St.Mary’s in the semi-final. RSD and PSD played for the
championship game for the best of 5. RSD finished with 3-0 against PSD.

1st Game
RSD vs St.Mary’s
Set #1 – 25-21 W
Set #2 – 25-21 W

(McKenna Girod, 2 kills, and 5 aces) (Avion Henderson, 2 assists) (Emma
Kane, 5 aces)

2nd Game
RSD vs PSD
Set #1 – 26-24 W
Set #2 – 25-18 W

(McKenna Girod 1 kill and 3 aces) (Avion Henderson, 1 assist) (Mariana
Menzynski, 4 aces) (Juia Ott, 3 aces)

3rd Game (Championship game)
Set #1 – 25-6 W
Set #2 – 25-14 W
Set #3 – 25-20 W

(Mariana Menzynski, 5 aces) (McKenna Girod, 13 aces)

Record: 4-2

Next game today at 4:15 pm vs. Eugenio Maria De La Hostas

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St Mary’s soccer

GAME #1: SMSD vs RSD

The Bisons travelled to Rochester School for the Deaf for their annual
homecoming tournament.  In the first of a set of “round robin” match-ups,
we just happened to be selected as the Wildcats first opponent.  Both
teams were playing stout defense.  Christian Lawrence came up with some
key saves in goal to keep the game competitive.  Although the Wildcats had
a 2-0 lead with just under 15 minutes left to play, Nick Barrus rang a
shot off the oppositions cross bar and Givon Blackwell was in the perfect
position and did an excellent job of following the shot and anticipating
the rebound.  Givon headed the ball past their keeper for his first goal
of the season and closed the gap to within one score.  Despite a few more
solid opportunities, we couldn’t tie the game and ended up suffering our
first loss of the season 2-1.

Overall Record: 1-1

Individual Stats:
Givon Blackwell- 1 goal (1st of the season)
Christian Lawrence- 7 saves

GAME #2: SMSD vs OSD

Despite having just played, the way the tournament format was created it
forced our team into another game back to back against division 1 power
house Ohio School for the Deaf.  The Spartans appeared bigger, faster,
stronger, and visibly fresher considering they hadn’t played a game yet. 
Our boys were already exhausted from a competitive contest against
Rochester, not to mention that we were dealing with the temperature
outside climbing into the upper 80′s.  OSD dominated the game from start
to finish.  With no gas left in our tanks, we did our best to not give up
despite our opponent scoring 6 unanswered goals in the first half and
twice more in the 2nd half.  The coaches explained to our players during
the halftime that games such as these are a true test of our teams
character and our ability to stick together.  It tests our patience and
our ability to control our emotions.  It should be noted that we weren’t
shutout and with 2 minutes left in the match, Isa Habeeb was re
warded for his tenacity by scoring his first goal of the season with a
shot that slipped through the goalies legs.  Once again, the coaches gave
our boys a lot of credit for hanging in there and getting through the game
without giving up despite all of the adversity.  The final score was 8-1.

Overall Record: 1-2

Individual Stats:
Isa Habeeb- 1 goal (1st of the season)
Christian Lawrence- 16 saves

GAME #3: SMSD vs PSD

The following morning the Bisons took on the Panthers from Pennsylvania
School for the Deaf to determine 3rd place overall.  Prior to the game, we
explained to our players how our team’s character would be tested yet
again in our ability to move on past yesterday’s double loss and focus on
the task at hand.  The coaching staff has always implemented the “24 hour”
rule.  Which states that our players have 24 hours to celebrate a win or
get over a loss and then move towards putting their attention on the next
opponent.  We wanted to start fast and immediately attack the Panthers in
an effort to put them back on their heels.  Although we opened the game
with a barrage of shots, only one of them got through from Nick Barrus. 
Unfortunately, our defense had pushed up a little too far and PSD caught
us on a breakaway and knotted up the score 1-1 heading into halftime. 
After an exchange of goals by both teams in the 2nd half, the Bisons were
able grab the lead for good as a result of a direct kick from  Kassim
Kassim that found its way into the back of the Panthers net.  The 4-3
victory gave us 3rd place overall.

Overall Record: 2-2

Individual Stats:
Nick Barrus- 3 goals (3rd, 4th, and 5th of the season)
Kassim Kassim- 1 goal (1st of the season)
Christian Lawrence- 11 saves

Tournament all stars: Nick Barrus & Christian Lawrence

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St Mary’s volleyball

The lady Bisons traveled to Rochester over the weekend to participate in
their annual homecoming tournament.

Our first game was against the home team and our girls came ready to play.
Building off of our previous games, the girls continue to learn to play
more and more like a team. Cameron Cole and Elise Watson lead the team in
scoring with 7 points each. Aleyshka Rivera also earned some of her first
ever volleys in a game and Tatyana and Emma both showed more movement on
the court.

In our second match, we faced Destiny school from Rochester and we finally
got our W! When matched against this very new team our girls finally
pulled it together and won two straight sets. Kioney Alvira-Jurado was the
high scorer with 12 points followed closely by Elise Watson with 8. While
all the girls were definitely more active we still had to control our
passes to eke out our first set win. After that the girls became a little
too confident/ lacks and fell behind 3-17. After some quick refocusing we
were able to control our emotions long enough to close out the second/
final set.

Our last game of the evening was against PSD. With this being the last
game of the evening the stands were packed which led to a lot of
distraction for our girls. After a disappointing first set we rallied and
came back slightly stronger in the second. We just couldn’t seem to pull
ahead and in the end fell short.

To round out the tournament we played PSD again on Saturday morning. The
girls had a hard time shaking off the loss from the night before and
seemed a little intimidated this morning. We tried hard to come together
but with a high serving game of 4 points from Julia Bronneberg, it was
obvious we just weren’t in it. The girls held on for both sets and
finished in third place in the tournament. I know it was not what they
were hoping for but the coaches could not be happier with the effort put
in by this extremely young team.

Match scores
RSD
21-25
21-25

Destiny
25-14
25-22

PSD
15-25
18-25

PSD
12-25
13-25

Season record:
1-5

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Texas volleyball

Meridian 14 16 25 13
Texas      25 25 18 25

Texas 21-8-1

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Western Pennsylvania volleyball

VOLLEYBALL – won over Redeemer-Lutheran, 3-1 (25-13, 21-25, 25-14, and 25-15)

 LEAGUE RECORD: 5-1

OVERALL RECORD 8-3

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Wisconsin football

WSD won in HOT weather 60-8, the game ended after 3rd quarter end as ISD
decided to end the game.

 

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DeafDigest Sports – September 25, 2017

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

— upcoming football games

— Iron Men football team

— other football stories

— Rochester Homecoming weekend

— National Spike Out expands to involve more schools

Deaf Sports Collections update
— deaf school’s most famous athlete
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/kevin-hall-deaf-pro-golfer/

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Deaf Schools won-lost records

http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/
(9/24/17 updates)

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football scores (9/24/17 update)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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upcoming football games

Sep 28 Michigan at Webberville
Sep 28 Florida hosts Merritt Island Christian (changed date due to hurricane)
Sep 28 Louisiana hosts Lake Charles Home School
Sep 28 Oklahoma at Kansas
Sep 28 Maryland hosts Maret
Sep 28 Missouri at Osceola
Sep 28 Washington hosts MMK

Sep 29 Texas at Fremont
Sep 29 Riverside hosts Webb
Sep 29 Indiana at Union Dugger

Sep 30 Model at Northern Virginia Christian Academy
Sep 30 Arkansas at Minnesota (Minnesota gets forfeit win)
Sep 30 New Mexico at Colorado (game has been taken off the schedule)
Sep 30 New Mexico at Minnesota (Minnesota’s homecoming day)
Sep 30 South Carolina at Mississippi
Sep 30 Colorado at Phoenix
Sep 30 Iowa at Wisconsin
Sep 30 Carolinas at Georgia
Sep 30 Illinois at Alden-Hebron

note:
football schedules are constantly changing on-the-go
during the season!

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National Spike Out is taking place on October 6-7
at Maryland School for the Deaf

For years, it normally involved six schools plus
sometimes a couple of invited schools.

These six schools will play in Division I:
Fremont
Indiana
Maryland
Model
Riverside
Texas

The newly formed Division II consists of these
six guest schools:
Lexington
Marie Philip
Michigan
New York
Rochester
Western Pennsylvania

Said Division II school athletic director:
I want my volleyball team to see the Division I schools – how they play and so
on to give out girls a better glimpse of our future.  Hope we can build on this.

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Michigan football

The MSD Tartars football team travelled to Michigan Lutheran High School
with only 8 players. We stayed at their Titan Center all weekend. The first
half of the football game was sloppy our defense were sleepy the score was
39 to 6 at halftime. After halftime we held them to only 1 touchdown in the
2nd half but we lost 46 to 14.. Our Tartars who really showed their
dedication and hard work was the whole team. We ended the game with all 8
players. The stars who stood out were
Dewon Emory 287 rush yards  85 kickoff return yards with a touchdown, 1
offense rushing touchdown and a 2 pt conversion. Our defense players are
Dewon Emory 9 tackles 6 assists, Jason Thone 11 tackles 4 assist 1 fumble
recovery, and Jake Zanavich with 8 tackles 4 assist, 1 quarterback sack and
one fumble recovery. Great job to these guys. Our Tartars are traveling to
Webberville this Thursday night for our game at 7pm.

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Oklahoma football

We just lost our third straight last week to Bray-Doyle (46-0).

This is the youngest team I’ve ever had in 24 years of coaching here. Our
goal is just to get better every game. So far we’re doing that. We have
Kansas, Iowa, Mississippi, New Mexico, and Missouri up next.Our schedule
says Arkansas but that has been replaced with Mississippi (same date). I’m
sure you know Arkansas (ASD) doesn’t have a team this year.

We hope to notch a few wins this year but wait and see.

Lawson Pair, coach

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Rochester Homecoming Tournament

RSD held our Annual Homecoming Tournament with teams from St. Mary’s, Ohio
and Pennsylvania School for the Deaf this weekend.

Soccer played 8 v 8.

We invited a local volleyball team, Destiny, to help fill out the schedule,
all matches against Destiny did not count in the tournament. Two games were
played in the round robin format.

Congratulations go out to the Wildcats for capturing both the Volleyball
and Soccer Championships!

*Volleyball*
*Friday Results*
RSD 2 SMSD 0
Destiny 0  PSD 2
Destiny 0  SMSD 2
PSD 0 RSD 2
SMSD 0 PSD 2

Saturday Results:
SMSD 0 vs PSD 2 (Best of 3)
Championship:  PSD 0 vs RSD 3 (Best of 5)

*Soccer*
*Friday Results:*
Game 1:  St. Mary’s  1  RSD 2
Game 2:  Ohio 8  St. Mary’s 1
Game 3:  RSD 6 PSD 2
Game 4:  PSD 0 Ohio 8

Saturday Results:
3rd/4th Place Game :  SMSD 4  PSD 3
Championship Game:  RSD 1  Ohio 0

*All Stars:*
*Volleyball*
Avion Henderson       RSD
Yasmin Evans            PSD
Julia Ott                      RSD
Elise Watson              SMSD
McKenna Girod          RSD
Trinity Rios                 PSD

*All Stars:*
*Soccer*
Thomas Coates          RSD
Gulied Ali                    OSD
Nick Barrus                 SMSD
Hazim Haroun             PSD
Levi Ruper                  RSD
Amin Ali                      OSD
Tre Vaughn                 RSD
Christian Lawrence    SMSD
 

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DeafDigest Sports – September 24, 2017

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

— Saturday’s  complete football scores

— volleyball updates

— soccer updates

— 300th career coaching win

— a hat trick performance in soccer

— Gallaudet cross country updates

Deaf Sports Collections update
— 5th string quarterback becomes #1 Gallaudet starter 
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/gallaudet-golden-gloves-boxing-champion/

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Deaf Schools won-lost records

http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/
(9/24/17 updates)

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football scores (9/24/17 update)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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Football results

Sep 21 South Carolina at Tennessee  (forfeit win for South Carolina)
Sep 21 Louisiana hosts LCHSA (forfeit win for Louisiana)
Sep 21 Washington at Wishkah (forfeit win for Washington)
Sep 23 Oklahoma at New Mexico (game was not played)

Riverside 36 Temecula Prep 6

Elbert 64 Colorado 6
St Johns County Day 27 Florida 25
George Washington 6 Fremont 0
Heartland Christian JV 60 Iowa 14

late Thursday score
San Jon 44  New Nexico 12

Saturday’s games
Maryland 40 St Michael’s 6

Michigan Lutheran 46 Michigan 14
Williams 44 Phoenix 34

Alabama 22 Indiana 0
Kansas 64 Missouri 6
Mississippi 50 Carolinas 12
Texas 54 Model 6
Wisconsin 60 Illinois 8

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Gallaudet volleyball

Coach Lynn Ray Boren earns his 300th career win at Gallaudet as Bison sweep Bryn Athyn
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wvball/2017-18/releases/recap_bac

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Gallaudet men’s soccer

Huber hat trick propels GU to its first win of the season in conference opener
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/msoc/2017-18/releases/recap_bac

note:
DeafDigest Sports editor saw Huber play in the past; he is big and physical
and practically overpowers anyone in his area of play

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Gallaudet women’s soccer

GU drops conference opener on Saturday night
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wsoc/2017-18/releases/recap_bac

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Gallaudet men’s cross country

Gallaudet men’s cross country team finish 13th at Hornet Harrier meet
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mxc/2017-18/releases/recap_hornetharrier

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Gallaudet women’s cross country

Bison place 15th at Hornet Harrier women’s cross country meet
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wxc/2017-18/releases/recap_hornetharrier

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Gallaudet football

yesterday was a bye; team resumes play next Saturday

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Colorado football

Rafael Carbajal Acosta scored the only CSDB touchdown in the 64-6 defeat to Elbert

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Indiana football

maxpreps recap

Football Game Recap: Indiana School for the Deaf vs. Alabama School for the Deaf

In their previous meeting, Indiana School for the Deaf delivered Alabama
School for the Deaf a punishing 35 – 8 defeat. The rematch, however, was a
total reversal. Indiana School for the Deaf wasn’t able to scrape together
any points, falling to Alabama School for the Deaf 22 – 0.

full recap at:
http://www.maxpreps.com/news/W9EglgTZIk61inS_rwg-GA/football-game-recap–indiana-school-for-the-deaf-vs-alabama-school-for-the-deaf.htm

note:
three Indiana turnovers led to all these three Alabama touchdowns

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Kansas volleyball

KSD vs MSD.   This morning we played Missouri School for the Deaf.  We beat them in 3 straight sets.

Final scores:
25-14
25-17
25-19

Player stats:
Cierra Sherwood: 3 aces, 4 kills
Jamiaka Jones: 2 aces
Katja Grace: 2 aces, 1 kill
Kaylee Wells: 7 aces, 2 kills
Madison Welch: 13 aces, 10 kills, 3 assists
Taylor Wise: 4 assists
Tiadra Vang: 7 aces, 5 kills, 8 assists

Team record: 12-6

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Maryland football

coach’s report
MSD (4-0) – 40
St. Michael (0-4) – 6

SM           0      6      0      0     6
MSD        0     32      8      0    40

Scoring Summary
S – Kendall fumble recovery in end zone (Run failed)
M – Long 65yd run (Braxton run)
M – Braxton 35yd run (Pavao run)
M – Anderson 46yd interception return (Pavao run)
M – Long 53yd run (Werner, Ja pass from Lewis)
M – Werner, Ja 23yd pass from Lewis (Braxton run)

Individual Stats
Rushing:
Eric Long: 6-123; 2 TDs
Miguel Pavao: 8-43
Maurice Braxton: 4-33; 1 TD

Passing:
Rory Lewis: 8-11-1; 121 yards; 1 TD

Receiving:
Jason Werner: 2-53; 1 TD
Maurice Braxton: 3-40

John Werner, Jr. led the team with 12 tackles. Stefan Anderson had a sack
and an interception. Jaden Joseph also had an interception.

Total Yards :
MSD: 295 yards (174 rushing/121 passing)
SM:  51 yards (36 rushing/15 passing)

Next week, we will play against Maret School on Thursday, September 28th at
7pm (Home).

newspaper story:
Long runs guide MSD past St. Michael

A personal foul negated his 70-yard touchdown catch in the first quarter,
and minutes later, a roughing-the-passer flag wiped out a 77-yard
interception return for a score. That didn’t stop the Maryland School
for the Deaf running back/wide receiver from racking up long-yardage plays
Saturday at MSD, and on this day it became oh so fitting that the
junior’s last name is Long.

full story at:
https://www.fredericknewspost.com/sports/level/high_school/long-runs-guide-msd-past-st-michael/article_87f60f8e-7dff-5bd8-877f-69c046f6e0d9.html

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Maryland volleyball

Oakdale Volleyball Tournament at Oakdale High School
Saturday, September 23

POOL
Maryland lost to Century HS, 0-3
Scores: 17-25, 20-25, 8-15

Maryland lost to Oakdale HS, 0-3
Scores: 18-25, 15-25, 3-15

Maryland beat Easton HS, 3-0
Scores: 25-14, 27-25, 15-7
Stats
Cara Bielucke
2 kills, 2 aces

Milana Bielucke
5 digs

Lexi Bullock
1 kill, 2 digs, 1 ace

Alyssa Glennon
7 assists, 2 aces

Rajena Guettler
7 kills, 2 blocks, 6 digs, 1 ace

Hanna Johnston-Shaw
1 dig

Cassidy Perry
9 kills, 1 block, 5 digs, 3 aces

Freya Seremeth
8 assists, 3 digs, 3 aces

All Tournament Honorable Mention – Cassidy Perry

Record:  10-8-3

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Model volleyball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Volleyball

Volleyball

Date: Saturday, September 23, 2017 at 4:00 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 0

Woodrow Wilson: 2

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Volleyball

Volleyball

Date: Saturday, September 23, 2017 at 2:00 pm

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 2

King Abdullah Academy: 1

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Volleyball

Volleyball

Date: Saturday, September 23, 2017 at 10:30 am

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 2

E.L. Haynes Public Charter School: 0

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Phoenix sports

Volleyball team defeated ASDB during their Homecoming Day, 3-0 (25-20,
25-6, 25-15). Now 2-7.  We won The Desert Duel (formerly called The Big
Game) Trophy (traveling trophy between ASDB & PDSD)!

Football team went up to Williams and lost a good game, 44-34.  Now 1-4.

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Riverside football

maxpreps report
Football Game Recap: Temecula Prep vs. California School for the Deaf-Riverside
Recap: Temecula Prep

http://www.maxpreps.com/news/2oT_I9hlwkCLidgcL8R12g/football-game-recap–temecula-prep-vs-california-school-for-the-deaf-riverside.htm

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Rochester soccer

The greatest part of high school sports is that *”Will to Win”* element
that just can’t be described in words, but only seen in person. Today, I
had the honor and privilege to see the epitome of what it means to
have the *”Will
to Win!” *RSD put on an amazing show of pure grit, perseverance, and a
relentless passion and desire against those Spartans of Ohio. These
student-athletes showed their friends, family, and fans what it means to
have a *Heart of a Champion! *For 44 minutes, these Wildcats literally
gave
every morsel of energy they had on that home pitch.

However, before we delve into that game, let’s rewind to the start of the
weekend with our first match against our cross-town I-90 rival, Saint
Mary’s School f/t Deaf (SMSD). This matchup always tends to be a heated,
tense battle that goes down to the wire. This contest was no different
than
our previous encounters. With this being our first home game of the
season,
and with our beloved Mary Cook in attendance, this was an extremely
emotional and important game for us. The coaching staff knew it, the
student-athletes knew it, and the entire Rochester community knew it.

The blood, sweat and tears during the past couple weeks of practice was
all
for this very moment, this was our time to finally enjoy the fruits of our
labor. Our team was prepared mentally and physically, and now was the time
to put everything together and show the world who we are. We are RSD!

Once that first whistle blew, it was game on. We came out very aggressive
and was pressuring SMSD’s defense right away. However, due to our
excitement and level of intensity, we couldn’t quite get the touches we
needed to get the ball in the right position to take our best shots. We
had
several shots early on, but nothing on target. SMSD, however, also came to
play and definitely had a smart, strategic plan to keep us in check. For
every attack we made, it seemed like SMSD had an answer.

However, midway through the first half, our very own *Bode Aggas *made a
beautiful thru pass to *Levi Ruper* who easily converted it into a
beautiful goal to give RSD a 1-0 lead! That goal set the tone for the
remainder of the game. Both teams battled hard in the latter part of the
half, but neither could convert, ending with a 1-0 score in the first
half.
On paper, our lead should have been greater, but we just couldn’t
capitalize on a few golden opportunities, possibly due to some home game
opening jitters.

During halftime, the coaching staff calmed the team down, spoke about the
importance of stretching the defense, using the touch lines and then
sending it back into the middle. We also spoke about the urgency of
needing
more goals and that one goal wasn’t enough to defeat SMSD. After
rehydrating, getting our mind right, we march backed on that field with
one
sole purpose, S-C-O-R-E. Be relentless and score!

Even though our solid trio of *Tre Vaughn, Thomas Coates*, and *Clarence
Market *were holding the fort down on our side of the pitch, we needed to
be more aggressive and secure a comfortable lead. The team was amped and
was prepared to battle for the next twenty-two minutes.

Right out of the gate, the Wildcats were the aggressors, but SMSD’s
defense
also stepped up their “D” and was going toe to toe with us, keeping the
ball out of their net. Whatever we threw at that them, they responded,
causing some frustration, but we were too dialed in to get all caught up
in
it. However, halfway through the second half, *Courtney Gentzke* made a
text-book cross pass to the middle where *Levi* made a great first touch
on
the ball to set up another shot on goal that found the back of the net!
With that goal, we were able to finish the game victorious, winning 2-1.
Unfortunately, we lost* Bode Aggas *to a sprained ankle, but both, *Bryn
Huggings* and *DJ Walshvelo* stepped up and played remarkably well
throughout the game!

Final Score:
RSD: 2
SMSD: 1

Goals:   Ruper (2)
Assists: Gentzke (1)
              Aggas (1)

Record:

Non-officiated matches: 0-2
Officiated matches: 2-0

Overall: 2-2

With that victory, we moved onto Pennsylvania School f/t Deaf (PSD). A win
would guarantee us into the Homecoming Championship Game. When the team
heard this, they were zoned in and ready to make the magic happen. We were
able to study their game against SMSD and knew exactly where they were
weak, and how to exploit those weaknesses.

Our game plan worked exactly how we envisioned it would. We dominated from
the first whistle to the last whistle. Due to our dominant performance on
PSD, we were able to get our up and comers, *Bryn Huggins, Isaac Perez*,
and *DJ Walshvelo* some quality experience on the battlefield.

We had some great highlights in our 6-2 victory that I would love to share
that is worth mentioning. In the first half, *Levi* made an amazing cross
in the dead middle of the goal where* Alexander Michalek* made an Abby
Wambachesque header that made the entire home crowd erupt in pure joy. One
of the prettiest goals I have had the privilege to witness during my
decade
long tenure here as a soccer coach.

Another moment worth mentioning is when our very own *Isaac Perez* made
one
heck of a pass to *Levi*, who found the back of the net. This marked
*Isaac’s* *first ever assist* in a Varsity soccer game! It was a historic
moment in which the entire team congratulated him immediately after the
feat. It was a great occasion where the team came together and showed true
*RSD Wildcat Spirit! *That assist was more than just an assist, but a
memory that will last forever. We, the coaching staff, were deeply honored
to play a small part in that happening!

Final Score:
RSD: 6
PSD: 2

Goals:
Ruper (3)
Michalek (2)
Gentzke (1)

Assists:

Ruper (1)
Walshvelo (1)
Perez (1)
Michalek (1)

Record:

Non-officiated matches: 0-2
Officiated matches: 3-0

Overall: 3-2

With that performance, RSD earned their coveted spot into the Championship
Game against the undefeated Ohio School f/t Deaf Spartans ! As alluded to
earlier, this game was a test of wills! Everything we have done up to this
point, was for this *exact* moment. The stakes were high, but the Wildcats
was prepared for this very task.

They were the bigger, faster, and stronger team for sure. No one will ever
refute that, but luckily for us, “this wasn’t a math test….This was a
completely different kind of test. A test where passion has a funny way of
trumping logic!” This is exactly what happened today in front of our home
crowd. It was a game for the ages.

In the first half, OSD were the aggressors and putting the pressure on us.
They had two incredibly talented soccer players who were doing an
exceptional job at keeping the ball on our side of the field. What this
team didn’t realize is that we weren’t just playing for pride, nor the
thrill of victory, but to honor our beloved athletic director, teacher,
and
coach, Mary J. Cook. That was our “X-factor” that OSD, nor any team could
have ever prepared for! OSD’s athletic talents and skills paled in
comparison to our heart, pride, and love for MC! The entire team raised
the
bar for this very game, and they were going to do everything within their
own power to make sure we prevailed when that clock ticked 0:00.

Unfortunately, OSD had a different script in mind and had no problem in
being the spoiler. They didn’t travel over six hours to come in second.
With that, the barn burner continued. After 22 minutes, we were still at a
deadlock, 0-0. One of the most exciting scoreless halves I’ve seen in a
very long time.

At intermission, we were still poised, confident, optimistic and still
energized. Adrenaline was still kicking in for us which was good. We
needed
all the chutzpah we could get from our Wildcats. We were playing a very
tactical defensive minded game, but this prevented us from doing anything
on the offense. The coaching staff urged that we needed to push up and
play
more aggressive on offense, we can’t just play defense, in hopes OSD fails
at every opportunity. We needed to make our own offensive opportunities.
Our defense was playing extremely well supporting one another, with
midfield coming back to help, but we needed to take a few more chances if
we wanted to come out victorious. It’s extremely hard to win a soccer game
with only taking 3 shots on goal. We needed to make more offensive
opportunities.

The second half was no different. OSD’s offense was just relentless and
kept the ball on our side of the field. However, in one transition from
our
keeper to offense, we somehow got the ball from *Michalek* to upfield to
*Ruper* who got into a 1 on 1 situation with their left fullback. With
just
one juke, *Ruper* was able to fire the shot that was heard around the
world! *Levi Ruper* snuck in the game leading goal, breaking the 0-0
tie!!!! The home crowd jolts out of their seats, hands are waving, people
are screaming, just pure pandemonium coming from the sidelines. RSD was
rejuvenated, and ready to battle for the last 15 minutes.

At this point, OSD had two options, fold up shop, or step up, and step up
is what they did. They put what seemed to be an insurmountable pressure on
our defense that forced RSD to play precise, perfect, intense defense.
Everyone was forced to support one another on D. *Tre Vaughn* took
leadership in the back and made sure to communicate to everyone their
role.
They were firing shots from the left, the right, the middle, and they just
kept coming at us, and at us, and at us, but we kept coming up big
defensively. If it wasn’t *Thomas Coates* making a stop, it was *Clarence,
*
or* Alexander, *or *Tre, *or* Courtney*. It was just a complete team
effort, and when that final whistle blew, we could finally take a breath
and smile. WE WERE HOMECOMING CHAMPIONS !!!!!!! The impossible became
possible, and we prevailed in what could have been the Greatest Homecoming
Win ever in RSD History!!! Kudos to OSD to pushing us to our brink and
then
more! We tip our hats to them as they played an incredible game. We just
happened to be the better team *this time.*

Earning his first varsity* BAGEL (*shutout) in goal was our very own *Ben
Radez*!!! What an amazing emotional, fun weekend for RSD. Our team really
came together, everyone stepped up their game, and we just happened to
take
home the 1st place trophy which is always a great feeling to do in front
of
the home crowd. *Earning All-Star honor**s *were *Tre Vaughn,* *Thomas
Coates*, and Levi Ruper. However, in our eyes, EVERYONE was an *All-Star*.
What was accomplished today was a culmination of everyone doing their own
share and playing their role to the best of their ability. We’re extremely
proud of this team, and we look forward to the remainder of the season!

Final score:

OSD: 0
RSD: 1

Goals: Ruper (1)

Record:

Non-officiated matches: 0-2
Officiated matches: 4-0
Overall: 4-2

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Texas football

TSD 54- MSSD 6
 

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DeafDigest Sports – September 23, 2017

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

— Friday’s football scores

— today’s football games

— volleyball updates

— soccer updates

— cross country update

— Gallaudet volleyball

Deaf Sports Collections update
— Gambling and the deaf
http://deafdigest.com/collections/barrys-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/2008-football-team/

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Deaf Schools won-lost records

http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/
(9/23/17 updates)

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football scores (9/17/17 update)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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Football results and today’s games

Thursday scores
Sep 21 South Carolina at Tennessee  (forfeit win for South Carolina)
Sep 21 Louisiana hosts LCHSA (forfeit win for Louisiana)
Sep 21 Washington at Wishkah (forfeit win for Washington)

Riverside 36 Temecula Prep 6

Elbert 64 Colorado 6
St Johns County Day 27 Florida 25
George Washington 6 Fremont 0
Heartland Christian JV 60 Iowa 14

late Thursday score
San Jon 44  New Nexico 12

Saturday’s games
Sep 23 Oklahoma at New Mexico
Sep 23 Model at Texas
Sep 23 Missouri at Kansas
Sep 23 Michigan at Michigan Lutheran
Sep 23 Mississippi at Carolinas at Wilson
Sep 23 Phoenix at Williams
Sep 23 Illinois at Wisconsin
Sep 23 Alabama at Indiana
Sep 23 Maryland hosts St. Michael’s

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Gallaudet volleyball

Gallaudet bounces back with straight set win over St. Elizabeth

MORRISTOWN, N.J. – Gallaudet University ended its three-match losing
streak here Friday night with a straight set win over College of Saint
Elizabeth in a North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) contest. GU won
25-18, 25-14, 25-16 in its fourth straight set win this season.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wvball/2017-18/releases/recap_cse

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Colorado football

from a tweet
Elbert beat Colorado Deaf and Blind 64-6 on Fri Sep 22

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Kansas volleyball

KSD vs DeLaSalle:

18-25
17-25
18-25

Player Stats:
-Avery Meza: 2 aces
-Cierra Sherwood: 5 aces
-Jamiaka Jones: 5 aces
-Taylor Wise: 3 aces
-Tiadra Vang: 5 aces, 2 kills

Record: 11-6

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Lexington soccer

September 19th, Lexington’s first away game against NYSD.

First half: David Perez(forward, position)’s first and second goals and
Tayqwan Richardson (goalie, position) made 4 saves.
Second half: Tayqwan Richardson (goalie, position) made 1 saves. We won in
the game, scored 2-1.

Lexington soccer team seem improved with controll ball in field and
started to pass the ball and open the available position to pass. We did
great job first away game. We continued more details drill soccer
practice.

Next game against RISD at Lex’s home on Saturday Sept 23th @2pm

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Marie Philip volleyball

Date: Friday September 22, 2017
Location: Marie Philip School, Framingham, MA
Result: Marie Philip 3, Cambridge School of Weston 1 (25-17, 25-16, 22-25,
25-19)

STATS
Sabrina Rodrigues (10th) – 6 Aces, 4 Kills, 2 Assists, 3 Receptions, and 8
Service Points
Christine Vargas (12th) – 1 Ace, 3 Kills, 1 Assist, 5 Receptions, and 8
Service Points
Zora Elliott-Mendelsohn – 2 Aces, 2 Kills, 11 Assists, and 10 Service
Points
Shayla Rochette (9th) – 10 Aces, 2 Kills, 1 Dig, and 16 Service Points
Norma Aldana (12th) – 4 Aces, 1 Kill, 1 Assist, and 18 Service Points
Samantha Fernsebner (7th) – 3 Kills

SUMMARY
Yesterday the Marie Philip Lady Ghosts hosted an Independent Girls’
Conference match at home for the second consecutive day.  Our opponent was
the Cambridge School of Weston, a team that we had zero win and three
losses against last year (including the IGC playoffs).  Our girls knew
that if they wanted to continue their climb up the IGC standings, we would
need to show that we could beat the Gryphons.

We won the first set thanks to a 9-0 start behind Shayla Rochette’s
serving.  In the second set, CSW jumped to a 5-0 lead.  However, our
starters served and played more consistently and we eventually pulled
ahead.  In the third set our starters had a tough time making accurate
kills and hustling back to assigned defense zones whenever the Gryphons
attacked.  We started a nice comeback as a few starters rested.  The
Gryphons hung on to win the set.  In the fourth set, Norma Aldana had 10
consecutive service points to overcome a 6-3 CSW start.  We won that set
to earn our first victory over CSW.

We are now 8-5 for the season (3-1 IGC).  We will travel to Landmark on
Monday for another IGC league match.

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland JV beat Lady Archers, 3-0
Scores: 25-5, 25-9, 25-17
Record: 10-1-1

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Model volleyball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Volleyball

Volleyball

Date: Saturday, September 23, 2017 at 8:30 am

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 1

Sidwell Friends High School: 2

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New Mexico football

was played on Thursday instead of today

San Jon 44 NMSD 12

I completely forgot to comment on Homecoming because we were focusing on
getting prepared for San Jon. We were so excited that we won the game vs
Iowa.  We played so well and showed good sportsmanship. We appreciate that
Iowa School for the Deaf came for our Homecoming.

I am proud of my boys. They played so hard and tried to keep up with San
Jon, but didn’t give up and performed well for the whole game. We are
looking forward to playing against Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf on
Sept. 30 at Minnesota. Next home game is on Oct. 20 vs Oklahoma. I would
love to see more RED fans!

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Ohio Soccer

9/20/17
OSD at WPSD

WPSD 3, OSD 1

9/22/17 at Rochester SD
OSD 8, St. Marys 1
OSD 8, Pennsylvania 0

We are 2-1 on the year and play Rochester tomorrow morning.

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Tennessee volleyball

Berean Christian over TSD 3-0
25-4 25-4 25-7

Cosby over TSD 3-1
25-11 25-12 23-25 25-14

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Texas cross country

MEET SUMMARY – CC MEET#3 at Salado Tenroc Ranch
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2017

GIRLS: Varsity 5K: Annabelle Weaver (22:51); JAIDA SCOTT (25:24); KAITLYN
SUCILLA-OROZCO (28:14); KACIE SMITH (34:42) — JV 2 mile: KAILIN CAMPBELL
(21:57)
BOYS:  Varsity 5K: JOE CARDENAS (19:41); BRODY VUKMONICH (25:35); TARIQUE
SYLVESTER (27:27); JV 5K: PABLO CASTRO (37:50); HEYDON DAVIS (40:25) (2
miles)

The TSD Cross-Country Team traveled north to the Salado Tenroc Ranch CC
Meet arriving early with the weather being  overcast, cloudy skies, humid,
temperatures in the 80s and climbing slowly. Tenroc Ranch is a
country-style Texas ranch that is currently used for special occasions,
weddings, and cross-country meets! The landscape is picturesque with
rolling hills, grass, trees, a pond, a small stream, and winding paths. A
great place for a challenging cross-country meet. Our runners did well,
once again!  Freshman, ANABELLE WEAVER (22:51)  led all TSD girls runners
in the 5A-6A Varsity Girls Division. Also participating in the same 5A-6A
Varsity Girls Division division are the following runners:  Junior JAIDA
SCOTT (25:24) tied her season best, running a second straight 25:24, this
time on a more challenging course, so we should see a PR from her at the
next race. Freshman KAITLYN SUCILLA-OROZCO (28:14), who also is on the TSD
JV Volleyball Team ran her first 5K ever and did v
ery well achieving a sub 30-min 5K.. Senior KACIE SMITH (34:42) put in a
solid effort, running steadily throughout, including a strong finish with
a sprint. Senior ALONDRA SALAS-LEON gave it her best shot at her first 5K
as well, but did not finish as she sprained her ankle on the course.
Running in the 2 mile JV Girls Division was had Senior KAILIN CAMPBELL
(21:57) showing a much better pacing effort. Senior SELINA GARCIA, ran her
very best before being unable to continue with a sprained ankle. The boys
were led, once again, by junior JOE CARDENAS (19:41) who actually ran a
season best on a much tougher course. Sophomore BRODY VUKMONICH (25:35)
slightly increased his time from the previous meet, yet improved his
Tenroc Ranch course time from 2016 by nearly 3 minutes. Rounding out all
the boys who ran in the Varsity 1A-4A race was senior TARIQUE SYLVESTER
(27:27), also with an increased time, but a personal best on this
particular course. Participating in the boys JV 1A-6A r
ace, we had senior PABLO CASTRO (37:50) who completed his first full 5K
run after finishing short at the previous meet. Pablo powered through the
difficult course vowing a continuous run from start to finish! Sophomore
HEYDON DAVIS (40:25) doubled his distance from the previous meet finishing
2 miles with a much stronger effort and it paid off!!

NEXT CC MEET: Wednesday, September 27 at Gholson (Waco) Open CC Meet at
4:00 pm

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Western Pennsylvania fall sports

SOCCER – won over Champion Christian, 5-1

LEAGUE RECORD: 3-1-0

OVERALL RECORD: 6-1-0

VOLLEYBALL – beat Faith Christian, 3-0 (25-14, 25-11, and 25-13)

LEAGUE RECORD: 5-1

OVERALL RECORD: 7-3
 

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DeafDigest Sports – September 22, 2017

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

— Thursday football scores

— upcoming football games

— volleyball updates

— maxpreps football game previews

Deaf Sports Collections update
— college football, mainstreamed player’s tough choice
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/pro-golfer-kayla-yost/

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Deaf Schools won-lost records

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

(9/22/17 updates)

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football scores (9/17/17 update)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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Upcoming football games

Thursday scores
Sep 21 South Carolina at Tennessee  (forfeit win for South Carolina)
Sep 21 Louisiana hosts LCHSA (forfeit win for Louisiana)
Sep 21 Washington at Wishkah (forfeit win for Washington)

St Johns County Day 27 Florida 25
Heartland Christian JV 60 Iowa 14

Friday
Sep 22 Fremont at George Washington
Sep 22 Colorado at Elbert
Sep 22 Riverside at Temecula Prep

Saturday
Sep 22 New Mexico hosts San Jon
Sep 23 Oklahoma at New Mexico
Sep 23 Model at Texas
Sep 23 Missouri at Kansas
Sep 23 Michigan at Michigan Lutheran
Sep 23 Mississippi at Carolinas at Wilson
Sep 23 Phoenix at Williams
Sep 23 Illinois at Wisconsin
Sep 23 Alabama at Indiana
Sep 23 Maryland hosts St. Michael’s

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maxpreps football previews

Football Game Preview: Temecula Prep vs. California School for the Deaf-Riverside
http://www.maxpreps.com/news/9wEZOTpyt06O8q-xguK5EQ/football-game-preview–temecula-prep-vs-california-school-for-the-deaf-riverside.htm

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Colorado volleyball

from a tweet
Hanover 3, Colorado School for the Deaf & Blind 0

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Florida football

We lost to St. Johns Country Day 27-25

from a tweet
Spartan football leading Florida Deaf at the half 13-12

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Florida volleyball

Middle School

September 19, 2017              No game                                        
1-1     0-0
                                                                                                       
(District)

Junior Varsity

September 19, 2017              FSDB vs. Bishop Snyder          Away           
1-3     0-3
                                                                                                       
(District)

Team    Game 1  Game 2  Game 3
FSDB    19      4
Bishop Snyder   25      25

Player  Aces    Kills   Blocks  Assists Digs
Ling Martinez   0       0       0       0       1
Adriana Guerreo 0       0       0       1       1
Shanna Cooley   1       0       0       2       0
Samantha Suarez 2       0       0       0       0
Brieara Warren  0       0       0       0       1
Keliah Williams 0       1       0       0       0
Amanda Jackson  0       2       0       0       3

We lost both sets, but our first set was amazing. After 13 days of no
practice, the girls surprised us! Our girls were able to pass the ball.
Our setters were able to set pretty good. Our hitters hit the ball a few
times. We made some good serves. They
remembered where they should move. They amazed us! Unfortunately, the
girls mentally were not in our second set. We lost really bad. If we
played the same as our first set, we believe would win the game!

Our first home game is this Thursday! Please come and support us! The
girls will be ready to play!

Varsity

September 19, 2017              FSDB vs. Bishop Snyder          Away           
0-7     0-3
                                                                                                       
(District)

Team    Game 1  Game 2  Game 3  Game 4  Game 5
FSDB    19      16      19
Bishop Snyder   25      25      25

Player  Aces    Kills   Blocks  Assists Digs
Ashley Moore    1       0       0       1       7
Julianna Cuadrado       0       0       0       1       7
Nolan Fisher    0       0       0       0       1
Arlyssa Davis   1       4       1       1       0
Ja’Myra Harris  0       2       0       0       1
Maggie Satterfield      0       0       0       4       6
Taria Pellicer  2       1       0       1       3
Lourdine Jordonne       2       2       0       0       1

The girls played great tonight!  There were small errors here and there
that we need to focus on cleaning up in order to get some wins, but
overall it was a great game.  If we played this way the entire seasons, we
definitely would have some Ws!  The
chemistry was much better tonight and the girls are playing some great
defense.  I can’t wait to see how this team grows over the next two
seasons together.

The next game will be at HOME on Thursday, September 21. MS plays at 5:00,
JV plays at 6:00, and Varsity plays at 7:00.  Please come out and support
the girls for their first home game of the year, if you can!

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Georgia volleyball

GSD vs Morris Innovative…. We won 3-1
27-25, 25-15, 14-25,25-16

Record… 7-8-0

Next match at home vs Jacksonville Christian on Friday September
29 of Homecoming Weekend.

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Indiana volleyball

from a tweet
Sycamore Athletics‏
Varsity Volleyball wins its third in a row! 2 sets over Indiana Deaf School!

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Iowa football

Lost to Heartland Christian tonight, 60-14. Tough game, but had some
improvements.  Scores by quarter:

ISD-0-8-0-6=14
Heartland-18-22-14-6=60

Layne Guerrero led us in rushing, with 15-178 and 2 touchdowns.  We rushed
27-191 as a team.

Layne also did all the passing, 1-3, 5 yards. Brendan Vinsonhaler had the
lone catch.

We ended up with 196 yards total offense, a big improvement on last week.

Defensively, Layne led the way, with 5 IS, 11 A, 16 total. He also had a
quarterback sack. Jayden Kohl forced a fumble, while Josh Carson came up
with that recovery.

Next game is at Wisconsin School for the Deaf next Saturday, September 30.

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Kentucky volleyball

Tuesday, September 19
KSD   1  (18-25, 24-26, 9-25, 4-25)
Sayre 2
Record: 8-12

Thursday, September 21
KSD 0  (21-25, 13-25, 18-25)
Danville 3
Record: 8-13

Next game: At Beth Haven HS, Louisville – Thursday, September 28 at 6 and 7 pm – JV/V.

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Marie Philip volleyball

Location: Marie Philip School, Framingham, MA

Result: Marie Philip School 3, Montrose School 0 (25-13, 25-17, 25-17)

TODAY’S STATS

Shayla Rochette (9th) – 9 Aces, 4 Kills, 1 Assist, 2 Digs, 1 Reception,
and 16 Service Points

Christine Vargas (12th) – 5 Aces, 1 Assist, 1 Dig, 4 Receptions, and 10
Service Points

Samantha Fernsebner (7th) – 2 Aces, 2 Kills, 1 Assist, 1 Dig, and 9
Service Points

Zora Elliott-Mendelsohn (8th) – 1 Ace, 2 Kills, 13 Assists, and 5 Service
Points

Norma Aldana (12th) – 2 Aces, 3 Kills, 2 Receptions, and 11 Service Points

Sabrina Rodrigues (10th) – 5 Kills, 2 Digs, and 1 Service Point

TODAY’S REPORT

Today the Marie Philip School hosted the Montrose School in an IGC
(Independent Girls’ Conference) league contest.  Our Lady Ghosts were a
little intimidated at first by the height of some of the Mavericks’
players, but the coaches had prepared them for that match.  We focused on
our defense, offense, teamwork, spirit, and hustle.  The results just fell
into place from there and we enjoyed a strong 3-0 match victory.

We are now 7-5 overall (2-1 IGC).  Our next match will be tomorrow when we
host the Cambridge School of Weston for another IGC contest.

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland beat Covenant Life, 3-0
Scores: 25-21, 25-21, 25-21
Record: 9-6-3

Stats
Milana Bielucke
10 digs

Lexi Bullock
5 digs

Alyssa Glennon
3 kills, 9 assists, 1 dig, 1 ace

Rajena Guettler
4 kills, 1 assist, 6 digs, 1 ace

Hanna Johnston-Shaw
4 digs

Meghan Luebehusen
2 kills, 1 block

Cassidy Perry
16 kills, 2 blocks, 8 digs

Freya Seremeth
4 kills, 8 assists, 1 block, 11 digs, 1 ace

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Minnesota volleyball

MSAD swept in three sets by International School
http://www.southernminn.com/faribault_daily_news/sports/article_b897ec69-5595-5c06-b3e1-c16f4218a760.html

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Model volleyball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Volleyball

Volleyball

Date: Thursday, September 21, 2017 at 5:00 pm

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 3

Grace Christian Academy of Maryland: 0

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Phoenix volleyball

Lost at Hayden, 3-0 (12-25, 19-25, 14-25), now 1-7.

Next up: @ ASDB, Saturday (their Homecoming).

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Riverside volleyball

from a tweet
California Lutheran volleyball take care of business in straight
sets against Cal School f/t Deaf. C-Hawks corral Cubs 25-22, 25-15, 25-22.

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South Carolina volleyball

High Point Academy 25 25 25
SCSDB 3 8 8

0-12 record

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Texas volleyball

Geneva   23   15  25
TSD      25   25  27

TSD 20-8
District 7-0

 

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DeafDigest Sports – September 21, 2017

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

— upcoming football games

— volleyball updates

— soccer updates

— Gallaudet volleyball

— Gallaudet men’s soccer

—  maxpreps football game previews

Deaf Sports Collections update
— Gallaudet baseball, media publicity during nineties
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/alex-hickey-deaf-player-australian-rules-football/

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Deaf Schools won-lost records

http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/
(9/21/17 updates)

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football scores (9/17/17 update)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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Upcoming football games

today
Sep 21 South Carolina at Tennessee  (forfeit win for South Carolina)
Sep 21 Florida at St Johns County Day
Sep 21 Louisiana hosts LCHSA (forfeit win for Louisiana)
Sep 21 New Mexico hosts San Jon
Sep 21 Washington at Wishkah
Sep 21 Iowa at Heartland Christian JV

Friday
Sep 22 Fremont at George Washington
Sep 22 Colorado at Elbert
Sep 22 Riverside at Temecula Prep

Saturday
Sep 23 Oklahoma at New Mexico
Sep 23 Model at Texas
Sep 23 Missouri at Kansas
Sep 23 Michigan at Michigan Lutheran
Sep 23 Mississippi at Carolinas at Wilson
Sep 23 Phoenix at Williams
Sep 23 Illinois at Wisconsin
Sep 23 Alabama at Indiana
Sep 23 Maryland hosts St. Michael’s

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maxpreps football previews

Football Game Preview: Illinois School for the Deaf vs. Wisconsin School
for the Deaf
http://www.maxpreps.com/news/ahH9bJKdH0Wdai-haKfwXQ/football-game-preview–illinois-school-for-the-deaf-vs-wisconsin-school-for-the-deaf.htm

Football Game Preview: Texas School for the Deaf vs. Model Secondary School for the Deaf
http://www.maxpreps.com/news/GXUASFXAVkSM0up_LZzk1w/football-game-preview–texas-school-for-the-deaf-vs-model-secondary-school-for-the-deaf.htm

Football Game Preview: Indiana School for the Deaf vs. Alabama School for the Deaf
http://www.maxpreps.com/news/0X__uieFLUy2HMwx4F8cPg/football-game-preview–indiana-school-for-the-deaf-vs-alabama-school-for-the-deaf.htm

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Gallaudet volleyball

Bison swept at home by Marymount

WASHINGTON – A slow start by Gallaudet University set the tone in
Wednesday night’s women’s volleyball match against Marymount (Va.)
University as the Bison were swept in straight sets 12-25, 22-25, 19-25 in
the Field House on Padden Court.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wvball/2017-18/releases/recap_marymount

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Gallaudet men’s soccer

Huber nets first goal of the season as Bison fall to EMU

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University men’s soccer team scored its first
goal of the 2017 season but it wasn’t enough against Eastern Mennonite
University on a warm Wednesday evening at Hotchkiss Field as the visiting
Royals won 5-1.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/msoc/2017-18/releases/recap_emu

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Alabama volleyball

Wadley 3  Alabama 0  (25-16, 25-14, 25-7)

Alabama 2  Atlanta Area 0 (25-10, 25-14)

Alabama 2  Georgia 1  (10-25, 25-16, 15-6)

Season record: 3 – 5

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American soccer

American School for the Deaf Soccer teams played against Rhode Island
School for the Deaf team.  ASD were struggled a little during 1st
half due to two starters weren’t playing.  After that, we played
better and pulled out 2 players to let the defense improve their
performance.  ASD 8-0 RISD.   ASD record 3-0-1.  Our next game on
the 26th vs NYSD and 28th vs Mac Duffie Prep.

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Florida volleyball

Well…stats have a been an adventure (and struggle) this year!  Hopefully
by next week, Hudl will have some of the kinks worked out and things will
be more smooth.  If you haven’t checked out the video highlights from Hudl
on the FSDB Dragons Volleyball
Facebook page, you are missing out!!  Check it out to see the girls in
action:-)

Middle School

September 5, 2017               No game                                                
1-1     0-0
                                                                                                       
(District)

Junior Varsity

September 5, 2017               FSDB vs. University Christian          
Away            1-2     0-2
                                                                                                       
(District)

Team    Game 1  Game 2  Game 3
FSDB    20      25      10
University Christian    25      19      15

Player  Aces    Kills   Blocks  Assists Digs
Adriana Guerreo 3       1       0       2       0
Shanna Cooley   4       0       0       3       0
Samantha Suarez 4       1       0       1       0
Brieara Warren  0       2       0       0       1
Keliah Williams 4       2       2       1       0
Amanda Jackson  2       1       0       0       0

We played against University Christian before Hurricane Irma came. We
played 3 sets! We won 2nd set and we almost won 3rd set too. Our girls
played really hard. They improved from our last game although there were
some mistakes made. Our mistakes
included bad serves, passes, and sets. However, our girls really felt good
about themselves because they improved a bit.

Varsity

September 5, 2017               FSDB vs. University Christian          
Away            0-6     0-2
                                                                                                       
(District)

Team    Game 1  Game 2  Game 3  Game 4  Game 5
FSDB    8       10      20
University Christian    25      25      25

Player  Aces    Kills   Blocks  Assists Digs
Ashley Moore    0       1       0       1       3
Julianna Cuadrado       0       0       0       0       4
Nolan Fisher    0       0       0       0       2
Arlyssa Davis   0       7       0       1       3
Kira Speights   0       0       0       0       1
Maggie Satterfield      2       1       0       6       1
Taria Pellicer  1       0       0       0       1
Lourdine Jordonne       4       2       0       0       0

Tonightís loss was a big disappointment.  It has been several years since
we have won a District game and we could have done it tonight, despite the
score.  The girls have got to be able to play with more consistency and
more confidence.  They have the
foundations of volleyball and the aggressiveness to win games.  But, their
chemistry and lack of experience is holding them back, at this point.  I
hope that they will trust their coaches and play the way they practice and
some of these losses will start
turning into wins!

The next game will be at Bishop Snyder in Jacksonville on Tuesday,
September 19. JV plays at 5:30 and Varsity plays at 6:30.  Please come out
and support the girls, if you can!

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Indiana football

newspaper prediction

Alabama Deaf at Indiana Deaf (2-3), 2 p.m. Saturday: Indiana Deaf 26, Alabama Deaf 24.

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Rhode Island co-ed soccer

*RISD Varsity Coed Soccer*

Rhode Island School for the Deaf traveled to West Harford, CT to play
against American School for the Deaf — we were very lucky that Hurricane
Jose decided to travel away from the coast, which helped the weather to
hold up. We had twelve players, so we only had one sub available — our
defense improved greatly from our first to second game and held ASD to just
two goals in the first half.

We shuffled some players around in the formation during halftime, which
gave us more scoring opportunities but we were not able to convert on any
of them. ASD scored four more goals in the second half, two during the last
ten minutes when fatigue set in on our team. ASD won the game by the final
score of 6-0. We hope to build upon our progress when we next travel to New
York to play Lexington this Saturday (9/23).

RISD – 0  0  – 0
ASD -  2  4  – 6

*RISD Varsity Soccer Record:* 0-2
*Next Game*: Saturday, September 23rd @ Lexington School for the Deaf (2:00
P.M.)

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St Mary’s volleyball

Yesterday the Lady Bisons had their first game of the season. We are a
very young team this year and it was the first time many of these girls
have come up against an opponent on the court. The girls all went out
there with a strong set of nerves but they tried their best to stay in the
game.  Cameron Cole, Elise Watson and Kioney Alvira-Juardo all did their
part to help the team through all three sets but it just wasn’t enough to
rack up many points. Kearah Kelly had a good game, serving with all six
serves over the net with no errors.  The girls have their first away game
this afternoon against New Life Christian, so we will see if they can fare
any better on the road.

Set scores
13-25
5-25
5-25

Season:
0-1

The Lady Bisons played their second game of the season against New Life
Christian. Even though we had a very lean squad of 6 girls they still came
out ready to play. After leaving their nerves behind at their first game,
they really stepped up and began working more as a team. Props go out to
Julia Bronneberg who earned six service points during the game while Elise
Watson and Kioney Alvira-Juardo showed great leadership and spirit by
assisting in most of the teams return volleys. Although everyone
participated very well, it still wasn’t enough to take down New Life and
we ended up losing the first three sets. We’ll be trying again next week
Tuesday for that first elusive win.

Set scores:
10-25
12-25
11-25

Season record:
0-2

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Rcchester volleyball

The Wildcats Volleyball team lost to Finney JV by a score of 2-1. We
played
for best of 3 sets.

Set 1 – 25 – 15 W
Set 2 – 25 – 14 L
Set 3 – 26 – 24 L

The Wildcats improved their skills every day. Avion Henderson (3 assists)
and McKenna Girod, Mariana Menzynski, and Julia Ott have one kill each.

Record: 1-2

The Wildcats will host the Homecoming this weekend on Friday and Saturday.

Wildcats will have their first match on Friday at 3 pm against St. Mary’s
School for the Deaf

Let’s go WIldcats!

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Texas volleyball

TSD  25 25 25
Faith  10 14 7

Current record 19-8-1
District 6-0

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Western Pennsylvania soccer

SOCCER -   Even though it’s Ohio School for the Deaf’s first game, they
proved that they are “battle-tested” for us…   We won this tough game,
3-1

LEAGUE RECORD: 2-1-0

OVERALL RECORD: 5-1-0

 

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