2019/04/15

DeafDigest Sports – April 15, 2019

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— Gallaudet softball

— random deafsports thoughts

— smallest high school in Maryland plays two deaf opponents

— college deaf athlete, softball

— USADB championship scores

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Gallaudet softball

Gallaudet swept by Keuka to close out New York trip

KEUKA PARK, N.Y. – Gallaudet University wrapped up its New York road trip
here Saturday with a doubleheader loss to Keuka College. The Wolves
(10-14, 6-4 NEAC) swept the Bison (10-16, 2-10 NEAC) with a 14-2 win in
the first game in five innings followed by a close 4-3 game in the second
contest.

Game 1: Keuka 14, Gallaudet 2 (F/5)
Keuka jumped out early as it plated five runs in the first inning and a
combined five runs over the course of the next two innings as the Wolves
led 10-0 after three.

GU got on the scoreboard in the top of the fourth with two runs with
back-to-back RBI doubles by senior Jacklyn Zacarias (Montebello, Calif.)
and sophomore Hannah Neild (Litchfield, N.H.).

Keuka tacked on four more runs in the bottom of the fourth to cap the
scoring.

Freshman Freya Seremeth (Frederick, Md.) took the loss in the circle for
the Bison as she allowed 14 runs on eight hits and seven walks.

Colleen Mooney earned the win as she threw three shutout innings where she
struck out five.

Game 2: Keuka 4, Gallaudet 3
GU scored three times in the top of the first inning to take an early 3-0
lead. The Bison took advantage of an error by the Wolves, which allowed
two runners to scamper home to give Gallaudet the early 3-0 lead.

Keuka struck back with two runs in the bottom halve due to a Bison error.

The game remained 3-2 until the bottom of the third when Keuka tied the
game on a RBI ground out. The Wolves took the lead for good in the bottom
of the fifth.

Neild collected both of GU’s hits in the contest as she went 2-for-3 at
the plate with one run scored.

Zacarias (6-8) threw a complete game as she surrendered four runs (one
earned) on five hits, two walks and struck out four.

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Football – Maryland and Model

posted by Hancock HS, the smallest public
high school in Maryland

Tentative 2019 Hancock Football Schedule
9/6  (H) Masanutten Military Acd
9/13 (A) Berkeley Springs
9/20 – (A) Smithsburg
9/27 – (H) Williamsport
10/4 – (A) Clear Spring
10/11 – (H) MD School for Deaf
10/18 – (A) Hundred
10/25 – (A) Paden City
11/1 – (H) Model School for the Deaf

Hancock HS is located on the Maryland panhandle
in the western part of state. Few miles south
is West Virginia; few miles north is Pennsylvania.
Despite enrollment size issues, Hancock has always
fielded football teams, but they do not always
play deaf opponents every year.

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college deaf athlete

Adele Cousland

freshman

softball

Norwich University (NCAA-III, Vermont)

as a pitcher, she pitched 4 of her team’s 18 games,
starting three.

Record is 0-3

7.60 ERA, the worst among team pitchers

totalled 15.2 innings in her four games.

note:
Norwich University is a private military college.
Deaf athlete in a private military college? This is
something new to DeafDigest Sports editor!

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USADB tweets

Indy Hawks claim USADB championship title over Block G by score of 70-68

Indiana Checkers claim championship title over Eastern Storm by score of 71-57.

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random deafsports thoughts

these two tweets (above) were dated April 13th (Saturday)
but did not show up in yesterday’s list of deaf basketball
tweets.

Why?

Media technology a mystery?

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