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DeafDigest Sports – September 29, 2018

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deaf schools won/lost records (as of 9/29/18)
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2018 football scores (as of 9/29/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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Wednesday football score
St Joseph Academy 47 Florida 6

Thursday football score
Washington 76 Oakville 46

Friday scores
Maryland 27 Texas 20

Indiana 40 Union Dugger 28 (two conflicting scores)
Riverside 64 Blair 36

today’s games
Sep 29 Illinois hosts Alden-Hebron
Sep 29 Phoenix at Colorado
Sep 29 Missouri at Minnesota
Sep 29 Kansas at Oklahoma
Sep 29 Arkansas at New Mexico
Sep 29 Wisconsin at Iowa
Sep 29 Tennessee at Mississippi
Sep 29 Carolinas at Georgia

cancelled
Sep 27 South Carolina hosts SC Green Charter School
Sep 28 Fremont at Madison Park

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Delaware volleyball

against Aquinas:

DSD 18- Aquinas 25
DSD 16- Aquinas 25
DSD 24- Aquinas 26

Next game at NJSD on 10/3.

0-2 record

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Fremont winter season coaches

Varsity Cheerleading
Amelia Ortiz – Head Coach
Christopher Joseph – Assistant Coach

Varsity Girls Basketball
Daryl Wetzel – Head Coach

Junior Varsity Girls Basketball
Richara Glenn – Head Coach

Varsity Boys Basketball
Joshua Weinstock – Head Coach
Kevin Bella – Assistant Coach

Junior Varsity Boys Basketball
Matt Cerar -Head Coach
Marcus Winn -Assistant Coach

Varsity Wrestling
Mike Sidansky – Head Coach
Mike Estrada – Assistant Coach
Arturo Burgos – Assistant Coach

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Illinois Deaf Volleyball Results  vs. Greenview

Set # 1  14 – 25
Set # 2  13 – 25

Record 0 – 11

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Indiana football

Indiana beat Union Dugger.

What was the score?
Maxpreps said it was 40-28

A local Indiana newspaper said it was 40-30

Bottom line – Indiana won

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Indiana volleyball

beat Indianapolis Lighthouse Charter South 3-0

25-9, 25-7, 25-4

16-11 record

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Maryland football

came from behind to beat Texas 27-20

End of 1st Quarter:
Maryland SD – 0
Texas SD – 0

Halftime:
Maryland SD – 6
Texas SD – 2

End of 3rd Quarter:
Maryland SD – 6
Texas SD – 14

Final:
Maryland SD – 27
Texas SD – 20

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Ohio volleyball & soccer

OSD Soccer:
9/27/18
Olney Friends at OSD

OSD 2
OFS 0

Record: 7-2
A great win over a very quality opponent at home on muddy field
conditions. Indeed a nice win for us after a loss last Monday.

We play at home on Tuesday 10/2 against Village Academy. Come one, come
all to witness us aiming to tie schoolяяs single season win total at 8
wins. We went 8-4 last year and if I recalled right that we went 8-6-1
during Kevin and Neilяяs playing days in 1990s.

OSD Volleyball
OSD at Village Academy

VA      25-25-25
OSD   22-17-21

Record: 1-5

Up next is at WPSD on 10/3/18 in Pittsburgh, PA

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Rochester soccer

Yesterday’s game was all about recognizing and honoring
our 3 Seniors in attendance. 3 amazing students that have
been here since they were little peanuts. We have been
honored and privileged to see them work their way through
the ranks of ECC, middle school and now high school. A
very special group indeed and we were proud to honor them
at halftime with their friends and family.
Thomas Coates — Our captain, an athlete in every sense of the
word. Doesn’t matter what the sport is, he’ll find a way to
excel at the sport, regardless of what it entails. He always
finds a way to be successful. Every single game, he’s one of
the best players on the field, even though there are countless
players who have been playing since they could talk. An amazing
work ethic paired with gifted athleticism is going to breed
some amazing results, and amazing results we have witnessed. In
the short time he’s been playing soccer, I’ve seen this
gentleman, single-handedly dribble by some amazing players and
score a goal. It’s a truly a sight to be seen LIVE!  He will be
dearly missed here at RSD, not only for his athleticism, but
the person he is and has become. He is loved by all, a great
guy all around. There is no doubt in my mind this fine
student-athlete will succeed in life.

Courtney Gentzke — Our other captain. A tenacious, driven,
disciplined hard worker who never complains and always puts out
her best effort on the field. She is an All-Star on and off the
field and there is no doubt in our minds she will succeed at
Gallaudet University. Courtney will go on to do great things
for herself and for the Deaf Community.

Clarence Market — One of the, if not the hardest working
individual I have ever met in my entire life. The only
student-athlete I know that actually works out on the weekend
with a strict, regimented work-out plan. He would sleep in the
weight room if he could. The most coachable student-athlete I
have had the pleasure to work with. There is a lot to learn
from this student-athlete. He might not be the most skilled or
athletic, but he definitely makes up for it with his Heart of a
Champion!

Even though we didn’t have a story book ending to our game
against the Knights, we saw these Seniors fight tooth and nail
on the field with their teammates. Even Thomas Coates, a
defender,  nonetheless, was able to make another run up the
field and score a goal. We definitely didn’t go without a
fight. We also were able to allow some of our younger players
some experience in positions they don’t normally play. Mr.
Perez got a little taste of what it is to be a midfielder and
Cayne Aggas got some time in goal. In the end we lost 2-11 to
an extremely talented Scarlet Knights team, but we were
thrilled to get 2 goals on them, a team that has only ALLOWED 3
GOALS all season up to our game. The score doesn’t truly
reflect how successful we were on the field, but we played
lights out 9 v. 11 for almost the first half. That issue is
another story for another time. Last night was all about
honoring our Seniors, and that’s what we did.

Our head coach, Mary Cook did a phenomenal job at halftime. The
students gave a beautiful bouquet of flowers to their loved
ones and each received a soccer ball signed by everyone on the
team while Cook gave a emotionally filled speech about each
respective senior. It was truly great to see all them honored
at this time in front of their family and friends! An extremely
touching ceremony put on by Ms. Cook.

In the end we did lose, but we look forward to our two major
tournaments coming up next month, Homecoming and ESDAA. This is
what we’ve been working toward and will continue to work
towards. Next week, we have games on Monday and Tuesday, but
both are away. Our next home game won’t be until Homecoming
(hence, why Senior Night was last night!!!!

Final Score:
SK: 11
RSD: 2

Goals: Coates (1)
Tantalo (1)

League Record: 2-6

***** Marcos Maldonado ****** is also a senior. Unfortunately,
he was unable to attend the game. He has been a great, loyal
player to this soccer team. He has been instrumental in our
defensive schemes the past few years. He has helped us earn
countless ESDAA Championships and NDIAA Team of the Year honors
since being on this team. He will also be dearly missed here at
RSD.

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South Carolina football

The game was cancelled due to their players got many injuries
from last week.

So, three straight cancelled games for us.

Hard on all of us

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Tennessee volleyball

Berean Christian (Knoxville, TN)

(L) 3 – 0

8-10 record

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Wisconsin volleyball

WSD Volleyball lost to Waukesha Christian  L 1-3; 25-21-25, 20-25, 21-25

Record 9-4

Next: @Iowa School for the Deaf Saturday Sept 29, 9:00am

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random deafsports thoughts

re above the conflicting scores (Indiana football)
Gallaudet played Lorton Prison football team
(Lorton, VA) in 1967.

Gallaudet won.

Gallaudet said it was 20-0

The newspaper said it was 14-0

What actually happened was that Gallaudet scored a
last second touchdown, but the game was over and
the referees ran off the field – and never signalled
if the touchdown was valid or not!

Lorton Prison was pretty much a scary place to play
football or for fans to watch a football game and
everyone wanted to get out of the stadium ASAP
when the game ended. Hence no one wanted to quibble
about the final score as Gallaudet won the game.

The Lorton team consisted of “basketball-playing”
football players. They avoided physical action,
and relied on their basketball skills to score
touchdowns! The coach was a prisoner, and the
quarterback pretty much drew plays by drawing
diagrams with his fingers on the dirt in the
huddle.

The Gallaudet coach in that game was Gary
Klingensmith.

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