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DeafDigest Sports – October 19, 2018

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– random deafsports thoughts

– this week football games

– volleyball updates; two California teams advance in playoffs

– yesterday’s football scores

– 4th Annual ESDAA Division II Soccer Tournament Schedule

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 10/19/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

2018 football scores (as of 10/19/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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football games this week

yesterday’s football games
Alabama 48 Arkansas 22
Missouri 64 Wisconsin 62

Tennessee Heat 52 Tenneseee 14

Friday’s football games
Oct 19 Indiana at Indianapolis Howe (1st round sectionals)
Oct 19 Riverside hosts OJAI
Oct 19 Colorado hosts Edison
Oct 19 Texas at Geneva School of Boerne
Oct 19 Model at Paul International
Oct 18 Florida hosts Cedar Creek Christian

Saturday’s football gamnes
Oct 20 Iowa at Kansas
Oct 20 Mississippi at Maryland
Oct 20 Carolinas at South Carolina

note:
season has ended for a few schools

Maryland vs Mississippi is the second big
game of season that Maryland has to face
(having previously defeated Texas)

Oct 18 Fremont hosts Oakland Military Institute
cancelled – Oakland Military Institute has forfeited the game
making it 3rd cancelled game this season

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4th Annual ESDAA Division II Soccer Tournament Schedule

*Friday, October 19*
11:30 A.M –  *Game #1*– NYSSD vs. PSD

12:30 P.M. –  *Game #2*- RISD vs. MKSD

1:30 P.M. –    *Game #3*– WVSD vs. SMSD

2:30 P.M. –    *Game #4*– Winner of Game #2 vs. RSD

3:30 P.M. –    *Game #5*– Winner of Game #1 vs. Winner of Game #3

4:30 P.M. –    *Game #6*– Loser of Game #1 vs. Loser of Game #3

*Saturday, October 20*

8:30 A.M. –     *Shooting Competition*

9:30 A.M. –     *Game #7*- Loser of Game #6 vs. Marie Philip School MS

11:00 A.M. –   *Game #8*- Loser of Game #1 vs. Winner of Game #6
*(Consolation
Championship Game)*

12:30 P.M. –   *Game #9*- Loser of Game #4 vs. Loser of Game #5
*(3rd/4th Place
Game)*

2:00 P.M. –     *Game #10*- Winner of Game #4 vs. Winner of Game #5
*(Tournament
Championship Game)*

~3:30 P.M. –   Awards Ceremony

4:00 P.M. –     Tournament Conclusion / Teams Departure

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Arkansas football

ALSD 48
ARSD 22

Alabama showed great sportsmanship throughout the entire game!!

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Colorado Volleyball

CSDB beat Cripple Creek Victor (JV)
25-15, 25-17

Our Record is 2 win 14 lost

The volleyball season is over for us today.

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Fremont volleyball

CSD VB wins 3-0 over California Crosspoint in league semifinals.

25-5, 25-17, 25-10

Esther Biser: 9k, 7 aces, 2 digs
Jada Dawson: 8 k, 8 digs, 2 aces
Malia Zornoza: 6k, 11 digs, 1 ace
Jade Dawson: 21 assists, 8 digs

They play Fremont Christian for league championship tonight at 7p.

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Iowa Deaf volleyball

Won our first game of the season defeating Missouri School for the Deaf
3-1.

Serving game was outstanding.  Seniors played very well.

Record now is 1 win and 16 loses

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Michigan volleyball

Michigan School for the Deaf played St Thomas More Academy today,
10/18/18.  Chloe Woggerman continues to rack up assists, while improving
her receiving percentage. She is an amazing team player and weÿÿre going
to miss her next year. Despite our efforts MSD lost 0-3; scores were
10-25, 10-25, and 15-25. This closes our regular season with a record of
2-14. We will be hosting a fund raising tournament with students and staff
on Wednesday, 10/24/18, after school (3:30pm). For districts, the Lady
Tartars will be playing STMA again. Game day is Tuesday, 10/30/18, 7:00pm,
at Genesee Christian High School. GO TARTARS!

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Maryland football

newspaper story

Mississippi SD (4-0) at MSD (5-2): The Orioles are trying to snap a rare
two-game losing streak. Last week, they were missing three starters in a
42-16 home loss to Green Street Academy. Mississippi School for the Deaf,
meanwhile, is coming off a 50-8 home win over Oklahoma School for the
Deaf. The winner of this game could have the inside track on winning the
national deaf prep championship this season.

note:
the writer is wrong. Maryland plays 11 man football; Mississippi
plays 8 man football, and is moving up to 11 man just for this
game only. It has been quite ages since Mississippi last played
11 man football. And there are two separate DeafDigest Sports
Football Team of the Year honors – one in 11 man and one in 8 man.

8-man team moving up to 11-man football means one thing, that their
9th, 10th and 11th players, normally non-starters in 8-man, are playing
11 man. In the past, deaf 11-man teams have defeated deaf 8-man teams
that move up to 11 man for these games only.

It is noted, however, that Maryland is a VERY strong 11-man team
and Mississipi is a VERY strong 8-man team.

May the best team win.

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Missouri volleyball

The MSD Volleyball girls travelled Wisconsin and played our last
regular game with them on Wednesday night at 7:30. Kayla Nichols, SO,
helped their team with 15 points and Cristin Kohl, SO with eight. Our
scores were 25-20, 12-25, 9-25, and 20-25. The coaches are so proud
of the girls for their effort. We will play our district at
Otterville on Monday, 10/22 at 6:30 pm.

Our Record for 2018 is 0-15

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Missouri football

MSD won 64-62, a really tight game.

Very proud of our boys. That win gets us to .500
football. Which is great for our program.

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Pennsylvania volleyball

Yesterday, 10/17/18, the Lady Panthers Volleyball Team played a fantastic
game against New Jersey School for the Deaf and brought home another
victory for PSD! This was a great full-team effort with everyone bringing
their skill and intensity to the court. Gia DiGiacomo scored 21 aces and
13 kills, Natalya Gilmore scored 10 aces and 13 kills, and Brianna
Polowczuk scored her first ace (3 aces, actually!) AND her first kill in a
volleyball game! Kathylean Colon and Amber Opperman were incredible
defensive players and consistent servers who held the team together.
Thanks to all who came to support!

Record 5-3

On 10/26 & 10/27, They will travel to NYSD for ESDAA Volleyball tournament
weekend.

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Pennsylvania soccer

Yesterday (10/17/18), MKSD traveled to our last home game at PSD. It was a
good competition game and we went to overtime and still tied, 1-1.

Freshman Darnell Godbolt scored his first career goal with an assist from
Hazim Haroun.

Record 1-3-2

We will be heading to RISD for ESDAA Div 2 soccer tournament this weekend
(10/19 to 10/20).

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Rhode Island soccer

RISD Soccer Recap

10/16

We hosted NYSD-Fanwood in our last game of the regular season before the
ESDAA Division II Tournament this upcoming weekend on our home field.

We only had eight players suit up for this 8v8 game, so this was going to
be tough, but a good test for our soccer team in terms of their ability to
play the whole game and maintain a high level of play! We also knew that
Fanwood had one outstanding forward who has virtually been unstoppable all
season long, so we adjusted our defense in hopes of neutralizing him.

Our kids had a great first half and ended the half with a 1-1 score, often
frustrating Fanwood’s attack while mounting a good number of
counterattacks. We had a chance at grabbing the lead with a penalty kick,
but our forward rushed the kick and couldn’t convert the opportunity.

Our players’ fatigue showed in the second half as we couldn’t get enough
players in front of Fanwood’s star forward as he was able to score three
more goals in the second half and Fanwood added one more goal right at the
end of the game to win 5-1.

RISD Soccer Record: 0-8-1
Next Game: Friday, October 19 at 12:30 P.M. vs. Marie Katzenbach School
for
the Deaf (ESDAA Div. 2 Soccer Tournament First Round)

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Riverside volleyball

CIF-SS First Round Playoffs

We won 3-0 over Bethel Christian (25-8; 25-13; 25-14).  Record: 17-10.

Will play Newbury Park Adventist this Saturday.  Location and time TBA.

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St Mary’s volleyball

The lady Bisons took on New Life Christian at home on Tuesday. New Life
Christian proved to be a tough opponent and the Lady Bisons couldn’t seem
to find a way past their servers.  Aleyshka Rivera played an aggressive
game, coming alive early on to contribute to several plays as well as
earning 2 serving points which for her is an accomplishment. Kearah Kelly
also stepped up throughout the game and earned her first dig of the
season.  Elise Watson played strong at the net earning her first attack
point and Julia Bronneberg continues to improve her serving game. All the
girls tried their best but it just wasn’t enough compared to the New Life
team and the girls lost three in straight matches. There are two more
attempts for a win next week before the girls head to the ESDAA tournament
at Fanwood. Please wish the girls good luck for next week.

Set scores:
3-25
7-25
11-25

Record:
0-6

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Tennessee football

Tennessee Heat 52 TSD 14

record 1-3

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Texas volleyball

JV
Waco Reicher 2
Texas        0

10-25, 16-25

8-14 record

varsity
Waco Reicher 3
Texas        0

22-25, 26-28, 19-25

27-13 record

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random deafsports thoughts

A deaf woman joined a hearing women’s baseball
team that played in a women’s baseball league.

She pretty much was a good baseball player and
was one of the team’s top hitters.

Her baseball career only lasted one season.

It had nothing to do with being the only deaf
player on the team. It had a lot to do with the
league moving from a safe location to a dangerous
location.

Scared, she stopped playing baseball, a sport she
loved.

A sad shame!

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