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DeafDigest Sports – April 19, 2018

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— picture of this legendary coach and his group of deaf players

— Fremont sports

— Berg/Seeger announcement

— track updates

— Gallaudet baseball scores

— death of a hearing aid company owner

Deaf Sports Collections update
— NFL coach formerly coached deaf players
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/legendary-pro-coach-and-his-deaf-players/

note:
this is a rare picture of this legendary coach and his group of
deaf players

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Gallaudet baseball scores

Lancaster Bible *      L, 7-1      Final
Lancaster Bible *      L, 9-2      Final

note:
Lancaster Bible was the home team while playing at Gallaudet.

Their home field was unplayable and so, they came over to
Gallaudet to play their home games.

from a posting:
Zack Leonard got the start for Gallaudet in Wednesday’s game. He struck
out 5 batters in 3 innings. He faced 16 batters and earned 1 run off of 2
hits. Sam Taylor led Lancaster Bible to victory with 1 hit in 2 at bats, 2
runs and 2 stolen bases.

Dylan Hayes got the start for Gallaudet in
Wednesday’s game. He struck out batters in 3 innings and was credited with
the loss. He faced 21 batters and earned 7 runs off of 9 hits. Ryan
Gilbert had a good game for Gallaudet with 2 hits in 3 at bats, 1 RBI.

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Berg/Seeger announcement

The official results are about 75% done.

USADTF is working hard on it because there were
numerous events and athletes

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Florida track

part of newspaper story

Sage, the defending district champ in the 100 meters, but ninth at regions
last year, out leaned Florida Deaf’s Oceana Brown with a 13.46 to win
with Brown in at 13.48 and third placer Madison Davenport of Christ’s
Church third in 13.49 in a finish line flurry. Sage beat Brown in 2017’s
district 100 meters.

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Fremont sports

Athlete of the Week: JAHMAI DAVIS.  Our senior hurdler was well praised
during the Berg Seeger weekend not just for his performance but being a
warm host for everyone.  Jahmai helped young CSD tracksters get prepared
for their events, provided support to the other school’s athletes, and
always checked with people whether they needed anything.  Great job!
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Thursday April 19
Varsity Track and Field @ BCL League Meet II
Chabot College – 25555 Hesperian Blvd, Hayward 94545
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Friday April 20
Varsity Baseball @ Hoy Classic
vs Riverside, 9:45am

Varsity Softball @ Hoy Classic
vs Riverside, 9:45am

Varsity Softball @ Hoy Classic
vs Indiana, 1:15pm

Varsity Baseball @ Hoy Classic
vs Texas, 4:45pm
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Saturday April 21
Varsity Baseball @ Hoy Classic
TBA, based on Friday’s results

Varsity Softball @ Hoy Classic
TBA, based on Friday’s results

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Maryland track

MSD Track & Field results (4/18)

Results from St. Albans / NCA of D.C. Invitational

Top 3 Finishers by MSD Boys

Enow Otto (2nd) Long  jump   18ÿÿ5.75ÿÿ
Amaree McKenstry (2nd) shot put   38ÿÿ4ÿÿ
Brady Perry (1st) 100 Meter  11.74
Brady Perry (1st) 200 Meter  22.74
BrAdy Perry (1st) 400 Meter  51.78
Miguel Pavao (1st) 800 Meter 2:16.42
Miguel Pavao (2nd) 1600 Meter 5:03.88

Top three finishers by MSD girls

Rajena Guettler (2nd) 100 Meter  13.52
Rajena Guettler (2nd) 800 Meter  2:42.14
Sierra Herzig-Wilcox (2nd) 100 Meter hurdles  18.53
Sierra Herzig-Wilcox (2nd) 300 Meter hurdles  53.67
Sierra Herzig-Wilcox (3rd) Long Jump  14ÿÿ9.5ÿÿ
Sierra Herzig-Wilcox, Rajena Guettler, Alyssa Glennon, Yireh Sanchez (1st)
400 Meter relay  54.97

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Minnesota track

part of newspaper story

Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf’s track & field team beat the snow
last weekend, traveling to Fremont, California, for the 11th Berg/Seeger
Track … also got their work done on the track, with the boys team
finishing second of 21 teams from across the country, behind only Texas
School for the Deaf.

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Oregon track

part of newspaper posting

800 – Cody Duncan, Oregon School for the Deaf (No. 61 in the state —
2:37.07). 1,500 – Cole Rosenbalm, Perrydale (No. 33 in the state —
5:06.00). 3,000 – Ben Schanz, Crosshill Christian (No. 22 in the state
— 11:04.61). 110 hurdles – River Thompson, Oregon School for the Deaf
(No. 13 in the state — 18.89).

Discus – Cedric Armstrong, Oregon School for the Deaf (No. 21 in the
state — 100-6). Javelin – Dylan Hendrickson, Falls City (No. 26 in the
state — 119-4). High jump – Andrew DeJager, Crosshill Christian (No. 7
in the state — 5-8). Pole vault – Luke Bennett, Crosshill Christian
(No. 3 in the state — 11-0).

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St Mary’s boys track

St. Mary’s Boys Results Berg/Seeger Classic

This past weekend Nick Barrus, Christian Lawrence, Isa Habeeb and Ryan
Brzezinski headed out to the West Coast and attended the 11th Annual
Berg/Seeger Classic.  This year’s track meet was hosted in Freemont,
California by The California School for the Deaf in Freemont.  There were
21 schools in attendance and over 300 athletes from across the US.  The
Bisons finished in 14th place in the boys division and tallied 9 points. 
This was a great experience for these young men and they did an incredible
job at this meet.  This was the first year we attended the meet and we
look forward to attending in the future.

Ryan Brzezinski
Shot Put…41′ 09″….3rd place….6 points….PR(personal record)
Discus….99’09″….7th place….2 points

Christian Lawrence
3200M….11:45.22…..8th place….1 point….PR(personal record)
1600M….5:50.83…12th place….PR(personal record)

Isa Habeeb
Long Jump….15′ 06″ ….18th place
Triple Jump…32’10″….11th place…PR(personal record)
400M….1:06.29…18th place….PR(personal record)

Nick Barrus
Long Jump…..fouled all 3 attempts
Triple Jump…..34′ 6 1/2″…10th place
300 Hurdles….scratch due to injury

4 x 100 Relay….scratch due to injury

Yesterdays meet with Falk was cancelled due to snow.  It will be
rescheduled for next Wednesday April 25th.

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death of a hearing aid company owner

Andy Rihs, who owned the Phonak Hearing Aid
company, passed away yesterday.

He sponsored the Team Phonak which took part
in Tour De France cometitions from 2000 through
2006. He disbanded the team because of a
doping scandal that involved the Tour de France
winner Floyd Landis.

 

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