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DeafDigest Sports – September 9, 2017

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

— Gallaudet volleyball

— Arkansas football continues in a different way

— football scores

— today’s football games

— volleyball results

Deaf Sports Collections update
— RIT club football team with deaf players
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/oregon-deaf-cross-country-team/

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Deaf Schools won-lost records

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

(9/9/17 updates)

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football scores (9/03/17 update)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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Football scores and upcoming games

this week’s games
Halifax Academy 12 Florida 0

Missouri 34     Illinois 28

Tennessee at Carolinas (game forfeited to Carolinas)
Mississippi at Central Baptist Academy (cancelled)
South Carolina hosts Fountain Inn Christian (cancelled – see South Carolina)
Michigan hosts Elyria Open Door Christian (game taken off schedule)
New Mexico at Arkansas (game forfeited to New Mexico)

Friday games:
Maryland 46 Central Maryland Christian 0
Riverside 28 NuView Bridge 22  (game was moved back to Thursday night)

Edison 45 Colorado 0 (game stopped at halftime, lightning)
Tindley 54 Indiana 0

score not available
Sep 8 Fremont hosts San Juan

today’s games
Sep 9 Phoenix at Valley Union
Sep 9 Louisiana at Georgia (game is set at 2 pm despite Hurricane Irma)
Sep 9 Wisconsin at Kansas
Sep 9 Model at Alabama
Sep 9 Minnesota at Oklahoma
Sep 9 Texas at St Anthony

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Gallaudet volleyball

Women’s Volleyball: Game Scores from Friday night
#Gallaudet 3, Mt. St. Vincent 2
#Gallaudet 3, Suffolk 0

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Arkansas football

Here is the message about two of our Football Athletes.
We want to be sure that we do have two deaf athletes play
with the home school football program.

Even though, ASD’s football program has been suspended, but that
doesn’t mean the Deaf Leopards can’t seek elsewhere to play.

Thanks to AAA (Arkansas Athletic Association), they allowed two
of our players to play in their home district football team.

Shaq’ke Robinson is playing at Jacksonville High School.
They will play against Catholic tonight at 7:00.
Catholic is a Class 7A school, they have one of the best running
backs in the state. University of Arkansas is looking at signing
this running back. Shaq’ke will play at nose tackle tonight. So far
the coaches have been impressed with his ability. Since this is
Shaq’ke’s first full week with the team, he will be looking at at
least 50 snaps. If his condition helds up, he could play more.

The other player is Jamarion Sisson. He plays at Weston Chapel.
I don”t have a whole lot of info on him. They are playing tonight
as well. As soon as I get more info on this I will be sure to share
it with you

We will try to keep all info about them so that they can be recognized
by Sports Community.

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Colorado football

Edison led 45-0 at half time

Game stopped after waiting one hour at half time because
of bad thunderstorms

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Illinois football

HALFTIME SCORE MISSOURI DEAF 20 ILLINOIS DEAF   6
FINAL SCORE MISSOURI DEAF 34 ILLINOIS DEAF 28

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Indiana football

Tindley (4-0)           54
Indiana Deaf (1-3)    0

next week opponent – from newspaper

Shortridge 57, APA 12

INDIANAPOLIS — The APA Jets doubled their season point total but it
wasn’t enough to keep from from going 0-4 on the season.

APA will be at Indiana Deaf School next Friday.

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Indiana volleyball

UC Indians‏ @UC_Athletic
 Volleyball team loses a hard fought battle to
Indiana School for the Deaf 3-2.

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Maryland football

MSD (2-0) – 42
Central Maryland Christian (1-1) – 0

CMC  0  0  0  0   0
MSD 16 10  16 0  46

Scoring Summary
M – Werner, Ja 31yd pass from Lewis (Pavao run)
M – Braxton 3yd run (Pavao run)
M – Team safety
M – Long 19yd run (Pavao run)
M – Braxton 4yd run (Joseph pass from Lewis)
M – Long 34yd run (Braxton run)

Individual Stats
Rushing:
Eric Long: 8-197; 2 TDs
Miguel Pavao: 7-41
Maurice Braxton: 7-23; 2 TDs

Passing:
Rory Lewis: 4-7-1; 79 yards; 1 TD

Receiving:
Jason Werner: 2-40; 1 TD
Maurice Braxton: 1-29

John Werner, Jr. led the team with 13 tackles. He also had an
interception. Rayston made 6 tackles. Eric Long had an interception.

Total Yards:
MSD: 356 yards (277 rushing/79 passing)
CMC: 124 yards (120 rushing/4 passing)

Next week, we will play against Sidwell Friends on Saturday,
September 16th at 1pm (Away).

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Missouri volleyball

Missouri School for the Deaf played against Columbia Independent
School on 9/7 and it was a close game. We won one match. The scores
were 25-20, 25-22, 22-25, and 25-22. Two of our highest serve were
Freshman Kayla Nichols earned 14 serve and Senior Melissa Davis
earned 12 serve. We will be playing next Tuesday (9/12) against
Russellville at Missouri School for the Deaf at 6pm.

0-1 record

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New Mexico volleyball

NMSD   23 5 24
Vaughn 25 25 26

Last night was a great and close game. The Roadrunners showed their
ENTHUSIASM AND ENERGY WITH PRIDE! With each game, our Roadrunners
improve in their offense and defense! Sophomore Mya Malone had 11
aces and 4 kills and her fellow sophomore Lindsay Hand had 5 aces and
5 kills. We are so fortunate to have awesome fans! THANK YOU FANS!

Next game: Monday, September 11th @ 5 pm @ Larson gym.

Record overall 0-3

NMSD 12 11 22
TECS 25 25 25

This past Tuesday was the first home game of the volleyball season.
The Roadrunners were nervous and did not do too well on the court
however they did not give up and showed consistency with their
positive attitude.

Record overall 0-2

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Oklahoma football

Female athlete with hearing disability plays football at Oklahoma School
for the Deaf

full story at:
http://www.kxii.com/content/news/Female-athlete-with-hearing-disability-plays-football-at-Oklahoma-School-for-the-Deaf-443287133.html

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Oklahoma volleyball

OSD vs Minnesota SAD
19-25, 21-25, 20-25

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Oregon sports

First Cross Country Meet! and MS Soccer

Yesterday we all had our first cross country meet. All 6 boys ran
very well. Not bad for the first time. All were nervous and not sure
what to expect. I’m proud for all the Panthers Runners started and
finished the meet! All in good shape to run 5K (3.1 miles).

Cody finished 23rd place for Panthers! Good Job!

Middle School had soccer game lost 7-0. But Good start off the
season.

Come To High School Soccer game on Monday! See you there!

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Riverside football

CSD Riverside won their football game last night against Nuview Bridge 28-22

2-1 record

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Riverside volleyball

Volleyball tournament:

Pass and Pound VB tournament:
 Lost to San Diego Academy.
 27-25
 26-27
 15-17

Second Game vs Bethel
 Won
 25-11
 25-8

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Tennessee volleyball

Galtinburg-Pittman over Tennessee, 25-12, 25-6 and 25-7

6-7 record
 

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