2019/05/13

DeafDigest Sports – May 13, 2019

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— random deafsports thoughts

— college deaf athlete, football QB

— 2019 football schedules needed; so far 9 schedules turned in

— track updates; including ESDAA standings

— deaf swimming coach at NCAA-I school

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2019 football schedules, 9 turned in so far

one schedule was turned in on Friday

Just hoping all schedules will be turned in
before schools close for the summer.

If you have completed your football schedule, please
email it to barry@deafdigest.com

thank you

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ESDAA standings, boys and girls

track and field championships, Rhode Island SD

MSD Varsity Track & Field Results from ESDAA – Providence, Rhode Island

girls – Top 3 Team Rankings – (10 participating schools)
1st- Maryland SD 165 points
2nd- Rochester School fort he Deaf 111 points
3rd- Lexington School for the Deaf 88 points

Boys – Top 3 Team Rankings – (10 participating schools)
1st- Maryland SD 169 points
2nd- Rochester School for the Deaf 83 points
3rd- Lexington School for the Deaf 58 points

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Maryland track

MSD Varsity Track & Field Results from ESDAA – Providence, Rhode Island

Top 3 Finishers by MSD Girls

2nd- Rajena Guettler 100M (13.20)
2nd- Citrine Lummer 200M (28.16)
1st- Rajena Guettler 400M (1:03.69)
2nd- Citrine Lummer 400M (1:04.44)
1st- Rajena Guettler 800M (2:46.54)
3rd- Yireh Sanchez 800m (3:08.66)
3rd- Lera Walkup 1600M (7:06.96)
1st- Lera Walkup 3200M (15:04.86)
1st- Sierra Herzog-Wilcox 100M Hurdles (18.07)
3rd- Alyssa Glennon 100M Hurdles (20.69)
1st- Alyssa Glennon 300M Hurdles (53.17)
1st- Rajena Guettler, Citrine Lummer, Milana Bielucke, Sierra Herzig-Wilcox 400M Relay (53.42)
1st- Milana Bielucke, Yireh Sanchez, ChaRisa Reins, Chelsea Iyere 800M Relay (2:06.20)
1st- Lera Walkup, Ava Greegor, ChaRIsa Reins, Chelsea Iyere 1600M Relay (5:30.16)
2nd- Alyssa Glennon   High Jump (4’4″)
1st- Cassidy Perry   Long Jump (15’8″)
1st- Citrine Lummer.  Triple Jump (33’0.5″)
1st- Cassidy Perry.  Shot Put (29’6.25″)
1st- Cassidy Perry.  Discus (98’6″)

Top 3 Finishers by MSD Boys

1st- Truth Dorsette  100M (11.66)
2nd- Eric Long. 100M (11.68)
1st- Enow Otto  200M (24.32)
2nd- Truth Dorsette 200M (24.40)
3rd- Fabian Pufhan 400M (57.94)
3rd- Miguel Pavao 800M (2:24.53)
1st- Miguel Pavao 1600M (5:03.25)
1st- Miguel Pavao 3200M (10:57.31)
3rd- Jared Beckler 110M Hurdles (20.10)
1st- Truth Dorsette, Eric Long, Enow Otto, Fabian Pufhan  400M Relay (45.76)
2nd- Truth Dorsette, Jamal Johnson, Jamaal Porter, Amaree McKenstry  800M Relay (1:42.56)
2nd- Jamaal Porter, Jamal Johnson, Gabriel Asante, Amaree McKenstry 1600M Relay (4:43.10)
1st-  Eric Long.  High Jump (4’4″)
3rd- Fabian Pufhan  High Jump (4’10”)
1st- Enow Otto.  Long Jump (21’3″)
2nd- Eric Long.  Long Jump (20’7.25)
1st- Enow Otto. Triple Jump (40’5″)
2nd- Jamaal Porter.  Triple Jump (36’1″)
2nd- Amaree McKenstry. Shot Put (44’2″)
1st- Amaree McKenstry. Discus (123’2″)
3rd- Gabriel Asante.  Discus (103’11”)

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St Mary’s girls track

Lady Bisons Track & Field results 5/9/19

Good Afternoon,

Yesterday afternoon the Lady Bisons competed against the Falcons from the
Stanley G. Falk school.  The emphasis of this competition was for our
girls to  prepare
for the annual ESDAA tournament that we are attending this weekend in
Rhode Island.  We used this meet to make last minute adjustments and to
make sure that all of
the girls were clear as to what events they would be participating in.
The Lady Bisons were focused and showed great effort.  We recorded 5
personal records (PR’s)
and the overall win against Falk.  Please wish our team good luck this
weekend.  We will update you with results on Monday.

Girls Track & Field Results

Long Jump

Kioney Alvira-Juardo…14’2 ½” PR

Triple Jump

Kioney Alvira-Juardo… 30’ ¾” PR

Shot Put

Julia Bronnenberg…24’ ¼” PR

Discus

Julia Bronnenberg…57’5”

100M

Kearah Kelly…14.4 PR….Cassondra Cook… 21.3

1600M

Briona Zuppa…9:00…Elise Watson…12:16

400M

Emma Foster…1:48.7…Kioney Alvira-Juardo…1:24.8

800M

Brionna Zuppa…3:46.4 PR

200M

Kearah Kelly…33.0

3200M

Aleyshka Rivera Nieves…23:51

4 X400

4×100

Foster/Watson/Bronnenberg/Rivera-Nieves…1:18.6

High Jump

Kioney Alvira-Juardo…4’4”

100M HH

Personal Records

5

Points

Kioney Alvira Juardo

20

Kearah Kelly

13

Elise Watson

4.25

Aleyshka Rivera-Nieves

6.25

Julia Bronnenberg

11.25

Emma Foster

4.25

Brionna Zuppa

10

Cassondra Cook

3

Cameron Cole

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college deaf swimming coach

part of newspaper posting

EVANSVILLE HIRES NITRO’S STU WILSON AS NEW HEAD COACH

Evansville Hires Nitro’s Stu Wilson as New Head Coach
The University of Evansville has named Stu Wilson as the
program’s new head coach.

While Wilson’s most current job was on the club scene, he has plenty of
NCAA experience as well. He was the head coach of the men’s and women’s
teams at Georgia Tech from 2005 through 2009 and was also an assistant
there from 2002 through 2005. He also coached at Clemson in 2011 and 2012,
after which time the program was cut.

“I want to thank President Christopher M. Pietruszkiewicz and Director of
Athletics Mark Spencer for giving me the opportunity to be the University
of Evansville Head Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving Coach,” Wilson
said.  “I am excited about the future of the program.”

note:
he was a member of the USA men’s swimming team at two Deaflympics
during the eighties. He does not use ASL and functions as a
hearing person.

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college deaf athlete, football

Jaden Barr

rising senior

quarterback

football

Truman State (Missouri, NCAA-II)

as the team starter, passed for 1388 yards
(147 of 259); 10 touchdowns; 12 interceptions
for a 105.25 QB rating

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random deafsports thoughts

Jaden Barr reminds DeafDigest Sports of another deaf
quarterback – Cary Perkins, Emory & Henry, NCAA-III,
Virginia.

Cary was a wide receiver. He was inserted as an
emergency quarterback in his senior season (1992)
when the starter broke his leg and lost for season.

All Cary did was to steer his team to wins and led his
team to the NCAA-III playoffs.

DeafDigest Sports editor, very interested in him,
wrote a letter to Emory & Henry sports information
director, asking for more information. He never responded,
just totally ignoring DeafDigest Sports editor!

Very angry, DeafDigest Sports editor then wrote a
letter to the president of Emory & Henry College,
explaining that the college sports information
director would not respond.

Just almost suddenly the sports information director
sent DeafDigest editor a thick Fedex package containing
pictures, stats and all the information.

Cary is in the Emory & Henry hall of fame.

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