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DeafDigest Sports – September 12, 2017

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

— upcoming football games

— football stories

— volleyball updates

— 2nd school starts soccer play

Deaf Sports Collections update
— football, toughest lightweight lineman
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/new-louisiana-football-coach/

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Deaf Schools won-lost records

http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/
(9/12/17 updates)

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football scores (9/10/17 update)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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upcoming footbal games

Sep 14 Mississippi at Louisiana
Sep 14 Arkansas at Missouri (Missouri gets forfeit win)
Sep 14 South Carolina hosts Greenwood Rafters
Sep 14 Wisconsin hosts Carney Nadeau
Sep 14 Colorado hosts Cripple Creek/Victor
Sep 14 Oklahoma hosts Bray-Doyle

Sep 15 Fremont hosts Riverbank
Sep 15 Indiana hosts Anderson Prep

Sep 16 Model hosts Baltimore Friends
Sep 16 Maryland at Sidwell Friends
Sep 16 Iowa at New Mexico
Sep 16 Georgia at Carolinas (at Wilson)
Sep 16 Kansas at Minnesota
Sep 16 Alabama at Whitesburg Christian
Sep 16 Tennessee at Mississippi (Mississippi gets forfeit win)
Sep 16 Michigan at Illinois
Sep 16 Phoenix at Washington (first time game between both teams)

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Alabama football

Saturday, September 9

Model Secondary 22  Alabama 6

Season record: 0 – 3

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Alabama volleyball

Thursday, September 7

BB Comer 2  ASD 0 (25-16, 25-12)
Childersburg 2  ASD 0  (25-7, 25-11)

Saturday, September 9

ASD 3  Atlanta Area 0  (25-9, 25-18, 25-16)
Model Secondary 3 ASD 0  (25-13, 25-9, 25-10)

Monday, September 11 – cancelled due to tropical storm

Tuesday, September 12 – cancelled due to tropical storm

Season record: 1 – 3

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Fremont sports

Despite email server being down, High School Athletics moved on with a lot
of games last week, notably the return of the Cross Country program
participating at the Ed Sias Invitational in Martinez.  Volleyball won 3-1
over league foe Holy Names.  Football and Cheerleading engaged in a
shootout thriller with San Juan High School and left on top of a 67-40
game.

Now that we’re back from the Stone Age, we need you all here to root for
the Eagles this week!  Cross Country normally has road games but this one
is very nearby in Fremont, Volleyball will have our home opener on
Thursday, and Football is back at home again on Friday!

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK – JASMINE JIMENEZ, the freshmen runner was CSD’s best
overall performer at their first invitational meet on Saturday.  Jasmine
has pushed her abilities for a month and been very brave transitioning
from middle school to high school while also leading in a new sport for
our school.
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Tuesday September 12
Volleyball Away Game @ Making Waves
JV 3:30pm, Varsity to follow
@ Hilltop YMCA – 4300 Lakeside Dr. Richmond 94806

Cross Country Away Game @ BCL East Meet #1
Varsity Girls 4:15pm, Varsity Boys 4:45pm
@ Coyote Hills Regional Park, Fremont
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Thursday September 14
Volleyball HOME GAME
Varsity 4:00pm vs Oakland Military Institute
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Friday September 15
Football and Cheerleading HOME GAME
Varsity 7:00pm vs Riverbank
Admission – $5 General, $3 Seniors/Students, CSD Students Free
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Kansas football

 Last Saturday afternoon, Kansas School for the Deaf and Wisconsin School
for the Deaf played their first deaf football game of the season. KSD
anticipated WSD to be great competition due to the Payne brothers who play
with great speed.  It was unfortunate for Wisconsin that they did not play.
  KSD beat WSD, 60 to 22! KSD played an excellent game. KSD will travel to
Minnesota Academy School for the Deaf this Saturday, September 16.
Minnesota is favored to be GPSD champion this year because they have many
experienced players. KSD is playing five new starters and three experienced
players. KSD is looking forward a challenging game because of their history
with Minnesota.

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Minnesota volleyball

Trojans get first victory in road match against Oklahoma School for the
Deaf

The Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf volleyball team was in Sulphur,
Oklahoma, Saturday to play the Oklahoma School for the Deaf, the Trojans
first road trip of the season

full story at:
http://www.southernminn.com/faribault_daily_news/sports/article_fb6220f3-7dac-5c8d-9232-c327ecbf65fb.html

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Oklahoma volleyball

OSD vs Tecumseh JV
11-25, 17-25, 11-25

0-4 record

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Rochester soccer

RSD Wildcats travelled 2.5 hours to take on Team Intensity who just came
off of an incredible win against Cornerstone Academy, winning 7-0. With
RSD
only having 8 players eligible for this game, we knew we would have to put
forth our best efforts to stay competitive in this game. Everyone would
have to play every single minute without any timeouts or breaks. This is
what SOCCER BOOT CAMP was all about, and all 8 members of the Wildcats
were
ready to take on this daunting task.

With Intensity having a full squad, close to 20 athletes on the team, we
knew we had our hands full, but it was team RSD that had the* intensity*
in
their eyes. We came ready for this game, and we were going to leave
nothing
on the field. Since this was a non-league game (which all our games will
be, there is some flexibility in the timing), and both teams agreed to
play
4 – 20 minute quarters [oppose to 2 - 40 halves].

The first quarter was typical and predictable. Each team was feeling one
another out, looking for weaknesses and strengths in each other’s team.
Both teams had some scoring opportunities, but both sides came out
empty-handed at the end of the first quarter.

During our short break, the coaching staff give some important advice,
what
we noticed , where we thought Team Intensity was weakest, and to exploit
that area. Team RSD was feeling confident, full of energy and ready to go
out there and make RSD proud.

Lo and behold, our defense drops a breautiful pass down the line to *DJ
Walshvelo* who continued to dribble down the line, stretching out their
defense, who then executed a perfect cross to center midfield, *Courtney
Gentzke,* who blasted a laser from just outside the 24′ and found the back
of the net to give RSD the lead at 1-0. It was a great start for TEAM RSD.
Our defensive trio of *Clarence Market*, *Thomas Coates*, and *Ben Radez*
held the fort down with Tre Vaughn in goal. RSD took the lead into the
half, up 1-0.

Third quarter, RSD was battling hard, while Team Intensity, with all their
fresh legs coming in were starting to take a toll on our team. With no
substitutes for RSD, we persevered and fought hard to maintain that 1-0
lead. However, late in the third, Intensity was able to capitalize on a
great through pass to tie the game and bring the score to 1-1. This score
lasted throughout the remainder of the quarter.

This is what Varsity soccer is all about. Tied game, one quarter left.
This
is why we practice so hard. Opportunities like these, are the reasons RSD
trains so hard. Unfortunately, tonight, RSD came up on the losing end of
today’s game. Team Intensity was able to tally on two more goals in the
4th
quarter, to win 3-1, but it did not come easy for them. It was an
extremely
hard fought battle to the very end, and the coaching staff is extremely
proud of the efforts RSD Wildcats put forth on the pitch tonight. We took
a
lot away from the game, and we’re now able to make the necessary
adjustments to improve. With two experienced, older student-athletes
entering the lineup for Thursdays game, we’ll be even a stronger team. We,
the coaching staff, see the potential that this team has, and we will look
to rebound come this Thursday!

Our next game is away, Thursday, at Central Baptist Church.

Final score: 1-3
Goals: Courtney Gentzke
Assists: DJ Walshvelo

Overall record: 0-1

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Texas volleyball

Tied with St Andrews 1-1
Lost to Savio 0-2
Beat Eastside 2-0
Beat Waldorf 2-1
Lost to Liberty Christian 0-2
Beat Woodlands Christian 2-1

Finished 3rd place out of 12 teams

Current Record 15-8-1

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Texas cross country

TSD RANGERS MEET SUMMARY – CC MEET#1 at St. Andrew’s Episcopal School
XC Invitational in Austin
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2017
GIRLS: Varsity 5K: Jordan, Anabelle, and Jaida — JV 2 mile:: Anabelle,
Kacie, Selina
BOYS:  JV 5K: Brody, Tarique
All TSD HS RUNNERS ran a very good first race to open the 2017
Cross-Country Season. Jordan PR’d her 5K, getting under 30:00 for the
first time with a 27:35. Anabelle ran a blistering 23:15, coming within 10
seconds of the TSD girls 5K record, in her first ever HS 5K!!!! Jaida ran
a “feeler” 5K, getting her gears ready for upcoming races, with a time
of 25:40, which is better than her result at this time last year. Anabelle
decided that she didn’t get enough running, so she joined the girls
2-mile run later in the morning with a time of 15:47. She ran over 5 miles
today!!! Kacie, back on the CC team after taking a ‘leave of absence’ in
2016, started the season with a strong sub-20:00, achieving a time of
19:13. Brody began where he left off from the 2016 season with a 24:47 to
get things started in 2017.
For complete results:
http://onlineraceresults.com/event/view_event.php?event_id=19681

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Western Pennsylvania sports

SOCCER – We won over Cornerstone Prep, 4-0

LEAGUE RECORD: 2-0-0

OVERALL RECORD: 3-0-0

VOLLEYBALL – We lost to Cornerstone Prep, 0-3 (20-25, 15-25, and 13-25)

LEAGUE RECORD: 3-0

OVERALL RECORD: 4-1

 

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