2019/09/25

DeafDigest Sports – September 25, 2019

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— random deafsports thoughts

— football games this week

— football updates

— volleyball updates

— soccer update

— Gallaudet volleyball sweep

— comment about Meesseman from a fan

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2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 9/25/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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2019 football scores
as of 9/22/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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football games this week

Sep 26 Florida hosts Harvest Community
Sep 26 Oklahoma at Kansas
Sep 26 Washington at Wishkah
Sep 26 Riverside hosts United Christian Academy

Sep 27 Fremont at George Washington
Sep 27 Model hosts Northern Virginia
Sep 27 Phoenix at Cibeque
Sep 27 Texas at Maryland
Sep 27 Colorado at Walsh

Sep 28 Alabama at Indiana
Sep 28 Illinois at Wisconsin
Sep 28 Mississippi at Tennessee
Sep 28 New Mexico at Arkansas
Sep 28 Louisiana at South Carolina
Sep 28 Minnesota at Missouri

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Gallaudet volleyball

Bison sweep Christendom in straight sets

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University women’s volleyball team picked up a
much needed win Tuesday night in the Field House as the Bison swept
Christendom College, 3-0, in a non-conference match.

Gallaudet (3-13) will take a two-match winning streak into this weekend’s
Worthington Classic.

The Bison dominated from the start as they made 17 kills in the first set
with a .432 attack percentage. Junior Elina Rubinshteyn (Austin, Texas)
recorded six of her match-high 15 kills in the first set. Junior Karita
Lewis (Frederick, Md.) served up three of her match-high five aces in the
first set.

In the second set, Gallaudet’s service game was clicking as the Bison
served up five aces with two coming from freshman Sunita Schmidjorg
(Austin, Texas). GU had another 12 kills and an attack percentage of .333.

In the third and final set, freshman Cassidy Perry (Frederick, Md.)
tallied four of her 10 kills. GU matched its first set total of 17 kills
(.359 attack percentage).

Gallaudet finished the match with a season best .379 attack percentage and
its first straight set win of the season.

Gallaudet will host the 13th annual Worthington Classic this
Friday-Saturday (Sept. 27-28) in the Field House. Eight teams will compete
in 16 matches during the two-day tournament. GU will go up against Penn
St.-Abington (5-10, 1-1 NEAC) and SUNY Cortland (15-3) at 2 and 8 p.m.,
respectively, on Frida

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Florida football

FSDB 30-0 Mississippi SD

Hello Dragon Fans!!  We continued our winning ways in our 2nd game
of the season.  After a long bus ride there and cheering our volleyball
team on to
victories, we managed to win the game over the reigning 8-man
national champions, Mississippi, 30-0.

Huge kudos to our defense for pitching a shutout.  We were a “bend, don’t
break” defense in this game as Mississippi had the advantage in time of
possession,
but could not find the end zone. We tallied 2 interceptions in this game
along with numerous quarterback hurries and pass deflections.

Once again, we couldn’t get off to a fast start with our offense as it was
0-0 after the 1st quarter.  Other than that, there was not much to
complain about
as we garnered 284 total yards on just 19 offensive plays.  Walter Douglas
ran for a team high 103 yards and 2 touchdowns with Matthew Guillou and
Luis Merced
putting in 94 and 60 yards respectively with a touchdown each.

We will be hosting Harvest Community (Jacksonville) at Usina Field this
Thursday 9/26 at 7pm.

Scoring Summary and Stats

2q- FSDB, Matthew Guilliou 74 run (2-pt Luis Merced run) 8-0
2q- FSDB,  Walter Douglas 19 run (2-pt Merced run) 16-0
4q- FSDB, Merced 35 run (2-pt Guillou to Guillou pass) 24-0
4q- FSDB,  Douglas 66 run (2-pt run failed) 30-0

RUSHING
Douglas 5-103 1td, Matthew Guilliou 8-94 1td, Merced 4-60, 2 pat, Prinzler
1-6

PASSING
Matthew Guilliou 0/0 1 pat, Merced 1/1 21yds

RECEIVING
Prinzler 1-21, Marcus Guillou 1 pat

DEFENSE
Matt G 9t 1int 1pd, Merced 6t 2pd, Marcus G 6t 1h, Douglas 4t 1int 1pd,
Zahira 4t, Cabrera 2t, Prinzler 1t 1sk 2h, Hunt 1ff, Polk 1t 1pd, Joseph
1pd, Solis 1t
1h, Dulcio 1t

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Maryland volleyball

2019 MSD Volleyball Results

Maryland beat Perry Hall, 3-0
Scores: 25-2, 25-10, 25-5
Record: 10-8-1

Stats
Citrine Lummer
10 kills, 2 digs

Milana Bielucke
1 kill, 1 dig

Sascha Tansky
7 assists, 1 dig, 7 aces

Crystal Salit
9 assists, 3 kills

Thalia Guettler
1 kill, 1 dig

Hanna Johnston-Shaw
1 dig, 10 aces

Ariella Zfati
2 digs, 5 aces

Sierra Herzig-Wilcox
7 aces

Hannah Weiss
5 kills, 1 assist

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Colorado Volleyball

9/24/2019

Colorado lost to Evangelical Christian Academy

5-25, 9-25, 6-25

Record is 0-8

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Minnesota volleyball

We won. 25-11; 25-8; 25-11

Record: 5-6

We lost against Prairie Seeds Academy.

25-18; 23-25, 25-22, 13-25, 11-15

6-6 record

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New Mexico football

part of newspaper story

San Jon/Grady held off host New Mexico School for the Deaf in a 76-74
shootout Saturday in six-man football action at Santa Fe.

The visiting Coyotes, which improved to 2-2, fell behind 14-0 in the first
quarter but rallied with three unanswered touchdowns and led 29-20 at
halftime.

San Jon led the rest of the way, except for a brief stretch in the third
quarter when they fell behind 34-29. The Coyotes sealed the game with a
touchdown with three minutes left for a 76-67 lead.

The game was a last-minute fill-in for the Coyotes’ schedule after
Roy-Mosquero canceled its season because of too few players.

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New Mexico volleyball

VB results

9/19/19

NMSD  25        25        25

VCS      10        9          14

We were proud to begin our new tradition after the VB game—our Victory
Circle. Our roadrunners did well and showed beautiful teamwork. Girls,
good job!

Stats:

Senior  Mya Malone: 9 kills and 13 serve aces

Junior Victoria Baca: 17 kills and 3 serve aces

Senior Andrea Leyba: 14 assists

Next game: Thursday, September 26th,  To’Hajiilee  vs NMSD @ 5 pm @ Larson
gym

Overall record 5-2

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Ohio soccer

OSD Soccer Matches

Sept 16, 2019  5:00 pm  Genoa Christian vs. OSD
@ OSD

Final Result: Genoa Christian 4, OSD 2
(1st Half: Genoa Christian 2, OSD 1)

Sept 23, 2019  4:00 pm – WPSD vs OSD
@ OSD

Final Result: OSD 4, WPSD 0
(1st Half: OSD 4, WPSD 0)

Goals (OSD): Amin Ali – 2, Lalli Jansen – 1, Guled Ali – 1
Assists (OSD): Amin Ali – 1, Lalli Jansen – 1
Shots (OSD): Lalli Jansen – 11, Devor Bauman – 8, Amin Ali – 5, Guled Ali
– 3, Donovan Schneck – 1
Saves (OSD): Jason Alford – 6

Goals (WPSD): none
Assists (WPSD): none
Shots (WPSD): Derek Dean – 5, Wade Dunbar – 4, Ashton Johns – 1
Saves (WPSD): Braden Elliott – 11

Current Record: 2-2

OSD Soccer team will travel to Rochester this weekend for their
homecoming. We will play against Rochester and WPSD.

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Oklahoma volleyball

OSD vs Ampo

0-3 lost
Our record is 3-5
Next game is tonight vs John Marshall

OSD VS John Marshall school
0-3
Very competitive game

Our record is 3-6
Next game is Kansas School for the deaf tonight

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comment from a fan on Meesseman

I had a chance to watch Meesseman help Mystics win the semifinals?

She came in second half and scored  18 points out of her 20 mostly on long
shooting!

She demonstrated great defense due to her height and maybe wingspan. She
didn’t talk much during a post game interview. Ellen Donne was standing
with her and did the most talking.

note:
Meesseman, a WNBA veteran, did not play for Mystics last season.

She was burned out by year around basketball – Washington Mystics,
European pro women’s basketball league and games/practices with
the Belgian (hearing) national women’s basketball team.

She asked to take a season off with the Mystics with the promise
that she would come back this season. She did, very refreshed and
anxious to help our the Mystics.

She is WNBA’s #1 6th player coming off the bench!

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random deafsports talk

The deaf school is not being mentioned in this
story.

When deaf schools face manpower issues in
6-man football, volleyball and co-ed soccer,
then a player threatening to quit the team,
sends the team into a manpower crisis!

This is sad.

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