2019/09/19

DeafDigest Sports – September 19, 2019

barry@deafdigest.com
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— an obit

— random deafsports thoughts

— football games this week, one cancelled game

— volleyball updates

— soccer updates

— cross country update

— Gallaudet men’s soccer

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

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

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2019 football scores
as of 9/15/19

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

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this week’s football games

Sep 19 South Carolina hosts Carolina Wildcats
Sep 19 Washington hosts Lake Quinault
Sep 19 Tennessee at Alabama
Sep 19 Colorado hosts Hanover

Sep 20 Indiana hosts Anderson Prep (must make sure game is verified)
Sep 20 Maryland hosts Trinity Christian School (cancelled)
Sep 20 Illinois at Judah
Sep 20 Texas hosts Atlas Rattlers

Sep 21 Riverside at Phoenix
Sep 21 Oklahoma at Louisiana
Sep 21 Florida at Mississippi
Sep 21 Iowa at Minnesota
Sep 21 Missouri at Kansas
Sep 21 New Mexico hosts San Jon

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Dedication – Craig Healy

(as edited from CSUN magazine)

Craig P. Healy ’75 (Health and Human Development), ’77 (Education/Teaching
Credential), 67, of Hayward, Calif., passed away at home on Oct. 22, 2018.
He was born March 10, 1951, in Springfield, Mass. At CSUN, he was a
starter on the junior varsity basketball team and a member of the NCAA
Divi- sion II Champion track and team.

Healy was inducted into the USA Deaf Hall of Fame in 1997. He held the
world record for a deaf athlete in javelin and competed in two
Deaflympics, winning silver and bronze medals for javelin. In the
mid-1970s, he also was voted Los Angeles’ Most Improved Weightlifter.

He played in the USA Deaf Basketball League, where he led his Oakland and
Los Angeles teams to multiple national championships in the 1970s and
1980s.

note:
While he passed away nearly a year ago, this obit surfaced yesterday.
He was one of the few Clarke School for the Deaf graduates that
excelled in big time athletics.

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Gallaudet men’s soccer

Bison blanked by Royals, 3-0

WASHINGTON – Gallaudet University was shut out for the first time this
men’s soccer season on Wednesday night at Hotchkiss Field as Eastern
Mennonite University won the non-conference game, 3-0.

Gallaudet (0-5-1) continues to search for its first win of the 2019
season. The Bison had several scoring chances in the game but only placed
three of their nine shots on goal

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Colorado Volleyball

9/17/2019

CSDB lost to Miami Yoder

13-25, 16-25, 23-25

9/18/2019

CSDB lost to Cripple Creek Victor

14-25, 19-25, 13-25

Next game will be on 9/19/2019 at Edison HS.

Our Record is 0-6.

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Lexington volleyball

9/16/19

Bayridge 3-1 over Lexington

Bayridge 25-14

Bayridge 25-21

Lexington 25-18

Bayridge 25-14

PSAA 0-1

Overall 1-1

9/17/19

Lexington 3-1 over Martin Luther

Martin Luther 25-19

Lexington 27-25

Lexington 25-19

Lexington 25-14

PSAA 1-1

Overall 2-1

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New Mexico volleyball

NMSD   25           14           8              16

ECA        23           25           25           25

Last night we played against a strong team, Evangel Christian Academy.
Despite the loss, this was one of the best game performances by our team.
The girls fought
hard to stay consistent through all of the matches.  Joi and I are very
proud of how the girls performed!

Stats:

Junior Victoria Baca: 10 kills and 2 serve aces

Senior  Mya Malone: 5 kills and 4 serve aces

Next game: tomorrow, September 19,  Victory Christian School  vs NMSD @ 5
pm @ Larson gym

Overall record 4-2

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Phoenix volleybasll
Basis Phoenix 3, Phoenix 0
Record: 0-4

Up Next: Roadrunner Volleyball Classic at PDSD, Saturday, Sept. 21:.
ASDB v PDSD, 11:30 am
CSDR vs. ASDB, 2:00 pm
CSDR vs. PDSD, 4:30 pm

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Rochester soccer

After a great win against Team Intensity last week, we were right back at
it against the Scarlet Knights on their home field. Unfortunately, we were
dealing with some bumps and bruises that kept many of our starters
out against this highly talented team.
Playing on a regulation sized field with no substitutes against a team
that could field two teams makes the task even more daunting. As you know,
this doesn’t
deter us from going after it. We give our best effort and let the cards
fall where they do.

In the seventh minute of the game, the Knights strike first as they sent a
bullet to the back of the net after a beautiful pass from midfield to
their Captain
Striker. From there, they piled it on and ended the first half with a 3-0
lead.

During halftime, we had a brief meeting, made some tweaks, gave some
constructive feedback on how we can improve in this second half, and we
made some
realistic goals for the second half. Even though we were struggling, some
players were really stepping up on the field and it was great to see such
resilience
and perseverance from a few of our athletes when things weren’t going
right.

After a fluky knuckleball from outside the 18′ flew past Mikalo, we played
lights out Wildcat soccer. We had some amazing opportunities to score in
the second
half and even though we didn’t earn any goals on the scoreboard, we
definitely played much better and held them to just that fluke goal.

I have to tip my hat to Mr. Bode Aggas who literally played 80 minutes of
some of the hardest soccer I’ve seen in a very long time against a very
talented
group of athletes. He not only held the fort back on our side of the
field, but made some amazing runs on their side of the pitch. One of his
best
performances in his career. If there was a game ball to be given out, this
man truly deserved it!

Even though we walked away with another loss, we understand, these WNYCAA
games are just our training ground for our two most important tournaments
of the
year, our Homecoming and the most important one, the ESDAA Tournament. We
just need to keep everything in perspective.

Next week, we travel to Union Springs for a 5:00 game.

Final Score:
RSD: 0
Scarlet Knights: 4

Saves:

Malone (16)

Overall record: 1-3

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South Carolina volleyball

SCSDB 5 9 6
Dixie 25 25 25

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Texas cross country

AUSTIN – The     TSD   High  School      Cross-Country    Team  opened
the   2019  Season      with
an    Intrasquad  Time  Trial at    TSD.  Each  runner,
boys  and   girls,      ran   a     2-miler,    twice
around      the   TSD   track,      once  around      the   TSD   campus
road, and   a     final loop  on    the
track.
Junior,     Anabelle    Weaver      led   all   runners     posting     a
1st place   time  of    15:10.2,    followed
by    Junior,     Mark  Huerta,     who   came  in    with  a
time  of    18:18.19,   to    come  in    2nd place
among all   boys  and   girls.      Closely     behind      Huerta      was
Senior runner,   Jordan      Leach,
who   posted      a     3rd place   time  of    18:29.
RANGERS     FINISHERS:
1. Anabelle Weaver,     15:10.2
2. Mark     Huerta,     18:18.19
3. Jordan   Leach,      18:20.0
4. Gage     Hopper,     22:25.29
5. Denis    Lodo, 22:26.11
6. Luis     Rivera,     26:27.15

AUSTIN – The     TSD   High  School      Cross-Country    Team  traveled
to    southwest   Austin’s
St.   Andrew’s    Episcopal   School      to    compete     in
the   St.   Andrew’s    Cross Country
Invitational,    a     heavily     popular     meet  with  quite a
few   schools     participating    on    a     pure
cross-country    course      with  narrow      trails meandering through
the   local Texas brush.
Representing     TSD   in    the   Girls Varsity     5K    were
Anabelle    Weaver      and   Jordan      Leach,
both  improving   on    their 5K    times from  2018  at
the   same  meet. Anabelle    ran         her   5K
in    23:40.8,    while Jordan      ran   the   same  distance
in    28:21.3.    Both  bettered    their times
by    2     minutes,    giving      them  a     great start to
their 2019  season. Anabelle also  ran   in    the
2-mile run  for   an    exhibition  time  of    15:28.0.
Also  running     in    the   2-mile      distance    were  2nd year
runner,     Asia  Cruz, sophomore,
(32:39.4)   and   newcomers,  sisters     Aishalay Woodley (32:40.0)
and   AuBreyon
Woodley (32:40.8),     both  currently   sophomores.
On    the   boys  side, 8     TSD   runners     participated     in
the   boys  JV    5K:   finishing   first among
all   TSD   boys  was   new   runner,     sophomore,  Aiden
Magana      (25:07.5)   and   followed
closely     by    veteran     runner,     Senior,     Brody Vukmonich (25:29.4).
The   next  three TSD
runners     to    come  were  all   within      a     few   seconds     of
one   another,    finishing   in    a     pack
together    were, sophomore   Morgan      Hawkins     (29:02.8),
sophomore   Zacarria    Stein
(29:03.6),  and   junior      Mark  Huerta      (29:08.3).
And   the   next  three boys  to    finish      the
5K    distance,   running     valiantly,  were  sophomore
Gage  Hopper      (35:33.2), newcomer
freshman    Denis Lodo (35.40.1),  junior      Willie      Hanna (42:02.4),
and   junior      Luis
Rivera      (43.34.5)
RANGERS     FINISHERS:
Girls Varsity     5K
57. Anabelle     Weaver,     22:51.4
80. Jordan  Leach,      28:05.8
Girls JV    2     Mile
118. Asia   Cruz, 32:39.4
119. Aishalay    Woodley,    32.40.0
120. AuBreyon    Woodley,    32:40.8
Boys  JV    5K
164. Aiden  Magana,     25:07.5
168.  Brody      Vukmonich,  25:29.4
206.  Hawkins Morgan, 29.02.8
207.  Zaccaria   Stein,      29:03.6
210.  Mark Huerta,     29:08.3
218.  Gage Hopper,     35:33.2
219.  Denis      Lodo, 35.40.1
224.  Willie     Hanna,      42:02.4
225.  Luis Rivera,     43:34.5

Saturday,   September   14,   2019
LAGO  VISTA – The TSD   HS    Cross-Country    Team  traveled
northwest   to    Lago  Vista
High  School      to    race  on    a     hilly,      narrow,     and
challenging terrain     with  a     good  sizable
number      of    runners     in    each  race.
Once  again,      leading     the   Rangers     were  Anabelle    Weaver
and   Jordan      Leach in    the
Girls Varsity     5K    race. Both  ran   quite well, improving
on    their times from  the
previous    week, setting     season      records.    Anabelle
finished    in    22:51,      running     nearly      a
minute      faster      than  last  week. And   Jordan      Leach ran
her   race  in          28:05.9,    about 15
seocnds     faster      than  last  weeks time. Asia  Cruz, accepting
her   coach’s     challenge   of
competing         in    the   5K    race  ran   a
steady      pace, refused     to    walk, came  in    with  a
time  of
42:37.2,    which is    pretty      close to    her   PR    of
40:26 from  2018.
For   the   TSD   Boys, all   running     in    the   JV
Boys  5K,   when  the   temperatures     got   a     little
warmer,     making      race  conditions  even  tougher,    we
had   10    boys  running,    all
improving   on    their race  times,      but   two,  who
were  hampered    a     bit   by    having      twisted
their ankles      on    the   uneven      course      surfaces.   Arturo
Merchan,    sophomore,  a     new
runner      to    this  year’s      Ranger      cross-country    team, led
all   TSD   runners     with  a     time  of
24:20.2.    Brody Vukmonich   traded      places      on    the
course      with  Arturo,     both  pushing
one   another     to    do    their best, finished    behind
Arturo,     with  an    improved    time  from
last  week, coming      in    at    24:34.3.    Right behind
Brody,      cathing     up    fast  near  the   end,
passing     several     runners     before      crossing    the   finish      line,
almost      catching    Brody,      was
Zaccaria    Stein,      who   is    coming      back  to    race
form, came  in    with  a     time  of    24:35.0,
which was   a     4     and   half  minute      improvement
from  last  week.
The   TSD   JV    Girls ran   the   2-mile      race, Aishalay
Woodley     came  from  behind      to
overtake    her   sister’s    lead  when  the   finish
line  was   in    sight,      closing     in    with a      season
record      time  of          30:22.1.    AuBreyon    Woodley,
also  ran   a     good  race, creating    a     great
sister      rivalry,    came  in    with  an    improved
time  for   the   previous    week, 30:24.3.
RANGERS     FINISHERS:
Girls Varsity     5K
57. Anabelle     Weaver,     22:51.4
80. Jordan  Leach,      28:05.8
Girls JV    2     Mile
138. Aishalay    Woodley,    30:22.1
139. AuBreyon    Woodley,    30.24.3
Boys  JV    5K
129. Arturo Merchan,    24:20.2
138.  Brody      Vukmonich,  24:34.3
139. Zaccaria    Stein,      24:35.0
167. Aiden  Magana,     26:10.6
178. Hawkins     Morgan,     27:00.0
191.  Mark Huerta,     28:35.00
211.  Gage Hopper,     37:38.0
212.  Kristjan   Varela,     39:14.7
213.  Willie     Hanna,      41:53.10
TSD   will  travel      to    the   Salado      Tenroc      Ranch Cross
Country     Invitational     this  week
Thursday,   September   19,   2019.

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Texas volleyball

TSD Varsity won 3 sets against Hill Country Christian (25-16, 28-26,
25-18).  TSD JV lost 2 sets to Hill Country Christian (9-25, 24-26).

Varsity record: 13-12
JV record: 5-12

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Virginia cross country

part of newspaper story

Waynesboro home meet

In the boys’ meet, the Giants rode the legs of their seven seniors to roll
to first with just 24 points. Staunton was second with 57, Stuarts Draft
was third with 63, Rockbridge was fourth with 105, Stuart Hall was fifth
with 137, and Virginia School for the Deaf rounded out the scoring with
160.

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random deafsports thoughts

is football a dirty word in some schools for
the deaf?

DeafDigest Sports editor was invited to give a
speech at the athletic banquet at New York
State School for the Deaf (Rome) in the late
eighties.

That school had a football team for years
until this sport was dropped in the late
seventies. They played against 6-man and
then 8-man teams in the upper New York
state region. Some seasons the school
fielded very strong teams.

Curious, DeafDigest Sports editor asked
around regarding the school’s football
history. No one was willing to talk
about it.

Never knew why.

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Gallaudet Athletics online store

http://GallaudetAthleticsStore.com

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2019/09/18

DeafDigest Sports – September 17-18, 2019

barry@deafdigest.com
for options, click on the above deafnews tab

Hot DeafSports News at:
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— random deafsports thoughts

— football games this week, one cancelled game

— volleyball updates

— soccer updates

— cross country updates

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2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 9/18/19

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

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2019 football scores
as of 9/15/19

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

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this week’s football games

Sep 19 South Carolina hosts Carolina Wildcats
Sep 19 Washington hosts Lake Quinault
Sep 19 Tennessee at Alabama
Sep 19 Colorado hosts Hanover

Sep 20 Indiana hosts Anderson Prep (must make sure game is verified)
Sep 20 Maryland hosts Trinity Christian School (cancelled)
Sep 20 Illinois at Judah
Sep 20 Texas hosts Atlas Rattlers

Sep 21 Riverside at Phoenix
Sep 21 Oklahoma at Louisiana
Sep 21 Florida at Mississippi
Sep 21 Iowa at Minnesota
Sep 21 Missouri at Kansas
Sep 21 New Mexico hosts San Jon

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Arkansas Volleyball vs Southwest Christian Academy

Junior Varsity

SWA     15      17
ASD             25      25

ASD JV record 3 – 1

Varsity

SWA     25      25      25
ASD             18      18      12

ASD Varsity record 5 – 4

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Lexington Volleyball

Friday- Sept 13 We had our first game of the season on Friday.

Lexington 3-0 over American School for the Deaf
25-7
25-13
25-17

Lexington 1-0

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Maryland football

game with Trinity has been cancelled

Maryland said:
They had many injuries last Friday and will not be able to
field enough players for our game on Friday.

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Maryland cross country

High School 5K race results from Covenant Life School Invitational
(9/17/2019)

Crosse Herpin: 21:32 (6th place out of 64 male runners)
Lera Walkup: 28:46 (8th place out of 27 female runners)
Michael Williams: 30:39 (43rd place out of 64 male runners)
Peter Thang: DNF

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Middle School 2 mile race results

Josiah Lockhart: 15:39
Louis Ortiz: 21:41
Jonah Abenchuchan: 23:43

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland beat Mount Airy Christian School, 3-0
Scores: 25-21, 25-20, 25-16
Record: 8-6-1

Stats
Citrine Lummer
4 kills, 7 digs

Milana Bielucke
8 digs, 3 aces

Sascha Tansky
13 assists, 1 digs, 3 aces

Crystal Salit
12 assists, 5 digs

Thalia Guettler
2 kills

Hanna Johnston-Shaw
4 digs

Ariella Zfati
4 digs, 1 kill

Sierra Herzig-Wilcox
7 kills, 1 dig, 1 ace

Olivia Clinger
3 kills

Hannah Weiss
10 kills, 4 digs, 2 aces

Maryland JV Volleyball Results

Maryland JV beat Mount Airy Christian School, 2-0Scores: 25-19, 29-27
Record: 6-3-1

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Michigan volleyball

Michigan School for the Deaf’s varsity volleyball team had their first and
only game of the 2019 season on 9/17/19. MSD played played last year’s
league champs,
Merritt Academy. MSD has an extremely young team, with four 6th graders.
The girls wanted to play one game to gain experience. They were more
excited than nervous
and they had smiles on their faces the entire time.  They learned the
basics of the game and when and how to rotate. They have been working on
their serves for a
while and all the girls were able to serve during the match. Nevaeh
Johnston was even able to get an ACE! Merritt Academy didn’t let up on
their hard serves and MSD
lost 0-3, scores were 1-25, 5-25, 5-25. In the end, the scores didn’t
matter, the team was happy, they had fun, and they learned a lot.
Congratulations on your
first experience TARTARS! The girls will be going out to celebrate soon.
This team will be a force to reckon with in the future! GO TARTARS!

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Missouri volleyball

Missouri School for the Deaf volleyball team played against CIS tonight.
The girls showed a lot of improvement tonight.  The scores were 14-25,
7-25, 17-25. Cristin
Kohl, JR. made one spike. Rhiannon Gonzales, SO helped the team with four
serves. Julia Stafford, SO made three serves. Myia Dandle, FR and Hailey
Luper, FR helped
the team with one points. We will play against Heartland at our home gym
at 5:30 on Thursday, September 19.

Record 0-3

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Model volleyball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Volleyball

Volleyball

Date: Saturday, September 14, 2019 at 2:45 PM

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 2

Maryland School For The Deaf: 1

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Volleyball

Volleyball

Date: Saturday, September 14, 2019 at 1:30 PM

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 0

St. Johns Catholic Prep: 2

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Volleyball

Volleyball

Date: Saturday, September 14, 2019 at 11:00 AM

Result: Tie

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 1

Maryland School For The Deaf: 1

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Volleyball

Volleyball

Date: Saturday, September 14, 2019 at 9:45 AM

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 2

Shalom Christian Academy: 0

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Volleyball

Volleyball

Date: Saturday, September 14, 2019 at 8:30 AM

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 2

New Life Christian School: 0

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Oklahoma volleyball

Volleyball game vs Chickasha
1-3
Our record is 2-5
Next game is Louisiana school for the deaf on sept 21

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Rhode Island soccer

RISD Soccer

Our coed varsity soccer team made their debut of the 2019 season today
against West Bay Christian Academy with just 9 players playing 8v8 soccer.
This has been an interesting start to the season as we struggled with
getting enough players to field together a full team until last Friday.
Nonetheless, with our Homecoming coming up on Saturday 9/21 — this would
be a great game to get our team going from practice to game mode.

WBCA jumped out to a 2-0 lead as we were still figuring out our formation
and chemistry with some turnover from last year’s team to this year. Our
star all-around player Jayden E. quickly took over and was able to knot
the game up at 2-2 apiece right before halftime.

The second half saw both teams trade goals back and forth with the game
score at 4-4, including Howard V., a sixth-grader’s first and second
career goals. West Bay started to feed their best player the ball and he
was able to beat our defense from time to time, giving West Bay a 8-4
lead. We would add a last-minute goal to make the final score 8-5.

WBCA –  2  6  – 8
RISD –    2  3  – 5

Jayden E. – 3 Goals
Howard V. – 2 Goals
Daury A. – 9 Saves

RISD Soccer Record: 0-1
Next Game: Saturday, September 21 vs. Lexington School for the Deaf (1:30
P.M.) [HOMECOMING]

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Riverside Volleyball

Lost to California Lutheran at home, 3-0 (17-25, 13-25, 22-25).  Record:
1-9 (0-3). Next up: @ La Sierra Academy, Thurs. the 19th.

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South Carolina volleyball

SCSDB 9 14 11
Ware Shoals 25 25 25

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St Mary’s volleyball

Yesterday the Lady Bisons had their first game of the season against New
Life Christian school from Olean. After a late start, the girls were ready
to see how they
would do taking on an opponent this early in the year. The girls were
excited and eager to work together for the entire match. They fought for
the whole game but
came up short in three straight sets against New Life. Cami Cole and Julia
Bronneberg, while taking different approaches to serving, dominated at the
serving line.
Julia finished with 8 points and 2 aces for the game while Cami had 9
points and 5 aces for the game. Elise Watson also had 1 ace and racked up
the moist assists of
the game. Aleyshka Rivera helped out close to the net while Brionna Zuppa
and Kearah Kelly helped in the back court.

The girls fought hard even though they did not win, and we can’t wait to
see what they can do later in the season.  Please think about coming to
our next game, this
Thursday at SMSD at 4pm.

Sets:

18-25

12-25

19-25

Record:

0-1

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Texas volleyball

TSD JV volleyball participated in Ann Richards JV Tournament last weekend.

Results:

TSD (2) vs Northeast (0), 27-25, 25-14
TSD (0) vs McCallum (2), 17-25, 24-26
TSD (2) vs Eastside Memorial (0), 28-26, 26-24
TSD (2) vs Travis (0), 25-8, 25-20

Season receord: 5-11.

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Western Pennsylvania soccer & volleyball

YESTERDAY’S RESULTS

SOCCER: won by forfeit over First Baptist (no referees so we scrimmaged instead)

LEAGUE RECORD: 2-0

OVERALL RECORD: 3-1

MS SOCCER: lost to Redeemer-Lutheran, 2-10

LEAGUE RECORD: 0-2

OVERALL RECORD: 0-2

JV VOLLEYBALL: did not play

OVERALL RECORD – 0-3

V VOLLEYBALL: lost to First Baptist, 1-3 (26-24, 24-26, 6-25, & 22-25)

LEAGUE RECORD: 1-2

OVERALL RECORD: 1-4

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random deafsports thoughts

in the good old black TV days, no captions

teams wore white and black uniforms in football
games and it was often difficult to determine
which team it was.

Nowadays teams wear uniforms showing college
name, making it easier for us to identify
these teams.

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Gallaudet Athletics online store

http://GallaudetAthleticsStore.com

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2019/09/16

DeafDigest Sports – September 16, 2019

barry@deafdigest.com
for options, click on the above deafnews tab

Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

— random deafsports thoughts

— football games this week

— Southern Spike Out top 3 finishers

— volleyball updates

— soccer update

…………………………………………………….

2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 9/16/19

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

…………………………………………….

2019 football scores
as of 9/15/19

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

…………………………………………

this week’s football games

Sep 19 South Carolina hosts Carolina Wildcats
Sep 19 Washington hosts Lake Quinault
Sep 19 Tennessee at Alabama
Sep 19 Colorado hosts Hanover

Sep 20 Indiana hosts Anderson Prep (must make sure game is verified)
Sep 20 Maryland hosts Trinity Christian School
Sep 20 Illinois hosts Judah
Sep 20 Texas hosts Atlas Rattlers

Sep 21 Riverside at Phoenix
Sep 21 Oklahoma at Louisiana
Sep 21 Florida at Mississippi
Sep 21 Iowa at Minnesota
Sep 21 Missouri at Kansas
Sep 21 New Mexico hosts San Jon

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Southern Spike Out top finishers

at Alabama

champion – Mississippi
runner up – Alabama
3rd place – Tennessee

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Arkansas volleyball

Arkansas vs Kentucky

ASD  25 25
KSD      10      6

Arkansas vs Mississippi

MSD  18 25  15
ASD       25    18  11

Arkansas vs South Carolina

ASD     25   25
SCSD  16   12

Arkansas vs Tennessee

TSD  25  21
ASD 21  16

ASD VB record 5 – 3

Next game today vs SW Christian (both JV/V)

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Florida volleyball

3-0 (L) – FSDAB @ FCCHS

FSDAB 12    23    22
FCCHS 25    25    25

1-3 record

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Mississippi School f/t Deaf volleyball

Southern Spike out

Arkansas School f/t Deaf 25 18 11
MSD 18   25 15

Alabama School f/t Deaf 13 20
MSD 25 25

Alabama School f/t Deaf 25 26
MSD 21 25

Alabama School f/t Deaf 25 16 11
MSD 19 25 15

Record: 4-9
Next Game 9/21 Host WPA, FSDB, Atlanta Area @ MSD Homecoming

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Rochester soccer

It has been a tough start for the season with back to back losses to
two highly respectable teams, but our spirits were still up. For our
third game of the season, we had to make the dreaded two-hour drive
to Elmira. There is nothing worse than sitting jam packed in a bus
like sardines and then expected to play high quality soccer out of
the gate. With only about 15 minutes to warm-up and work out the
cobwebs, this was our opportunity to avenge last year’s
controversial overtime loss here.
Good news, senior standout, Bode Aggas, was back on the field, allowing us
to make some subtle, but meaningful changes in our starting lineup. Also,
from glancing at Intensity during their warmup, the coaching staff felt
the teams were comparable. They still retained a couple studs from the
previous year, but this was definitely a winnable game in our eyes.

Kickoff came, and we soon realized we were still a little tight and stiff
from the long bus ride. Radez was back in net and looked a little rusty
out there. Within just a few minutes, Intensity was first to score. This
was not the way we wanted to start our season out…..0-2, and down 0-1 in
our third game. However, we are the Wildcats, and we are a resilient bunch
of individuals who play to the very last whistle.

One of the marquee changes we were able to make since Bode started this
game was to move up Val Busch to forward. Val has great natural instincts
and is able finish on offense, an extremely important skill necessary in
soccer. Just two minutes later, Val juked out two defenders, took a shot
on net, and tied the score at 1-1.

With both teams on the board, and getting a feel for one another, it
started to become a much more defensive battle. Both teams were playing
solid defense, including Radez making some great saves. However, in the
28th minute of the game. Intensity cleared out the ball to their star
player who made a textbook pass inside the box where his teammate received
and shot the ball where Radez had no chance to make a save. Intensity is
up 2-1 and they take that lead into halftime.

Even though the coaching staff was not pleased with the score, we felt
extremely confident that with some simple adjustments, we could
confidently win this game. We needed to make sure our midfield got back on
defense, and we had to take better shots. We didn’t need to hit the
corners perfectly [since many of our shots were wide], we could aim more
towards the middle since we felt the goalie looked inexperienced in net
and we needed to test him.

As the athletes marched back on the field for the second half, the
coaching staff had a good feeling of what was going to transpire during
the next forty minutes. And it didn’t take long before our very own Bode
Aggas scored his first goal of the season on a beautiful corner kick that
deflected off the defense into the back of the net. 2-2 and we had a
soccer game.

Intensity came back at us strong and was able to capitalized on us being
on our heels a bit to retake the lead at 3-2. However, from there, it was
ALL RSD. We dominated from here on out, scoring 4 beautiful goals in a
20-minute span.

Mikalo Malone scored his first and second goals of the season, followed by
Val earning his second goal of the game, and Bode put one more in for
himself as well. Even though we had a long ride back home to RSD, we were
able to sit back with a nice smile on our face. It’s always great to get
that first win of the season, and it being in Elmira is just icing on the
cake after last years loss there.

RSD has two tough games yjid week against the Scarlet Knights A and B team
on Tuesday and Thursday respectively.

Final score: 6-3

Goals:

B. Aggas (2)
Busch (2)
Malone (2)

Assists:

Michalek (1)

Saves:

Radez (9)

Record: 1-2

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random deafsports thoughts

Some 8-man football coaches don’t like it
when their teams are down to 7 players and
the opposing coaches stay with 8 man in
a game they have already easily won.

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Gallaudet Athletics online store

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2019/09/15

DeafDigest Sports – September 15, 2019

barry@deafdigest.com
for options, click on the above deafnews tab

Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

— random deafsports thoughts

— football and volleyball scores

— Gallaudet updates

— USA national volleyball gets a big gift

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2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 9/15/19

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

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2019 football scores
as of 9/15/19

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

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Thursday’s football scores
Louisiana 20 Mississippi 12
Oklahoma 93 Missouri 78
Tennessee 56 South Carolina 29

Florida 38 International Community 14
Riverside 50 Public Safety Academy 22

Friday’s scores
Alabama 46 Shoal Christian 38
Fremont 51 Rancho San Juan 7
Maryland 52 Central Maryland Christian 0

FCW 54 Illinois 20
FCA Bucks 43 Model 6
Mohave Accelerated 62 Phoenix 50
St Dominic Savio Catholic 31 Texas 15

Saturday’s scores
New Mexico 40 Tse Yi Gai 0

Minnesota 25 Kansas 21

North Central 21 Indiana 8

games not played
Sep 12 Colorado at Mazanola (game forfeited to Mazanola)
Sep 14 Iowa at New Mexico (cancelled)

football games this coming week:
will be posted in tomorrow’s DeafDigest Sports

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Gallaudet updates

Bison women finish fifth at Cardinal Classic
COLMAR MANOR, Md. – The Gallaudet University women’s cross country team
placed fifth at the Cardinal Classic hosted by the Catholic University of
America here Saturday morning at Colmar Manor Community Park.

University of Mary Washington won the meet with 33 points as the Eagles’
top five runners finished in the top 12 spots. Catholic took second place
with 47 points followed by Moravian College (77), Juniata College (79) and
Gallaudet (155)

Gallaudet men edges Goucher to take 6th place at Cardinal Classic

COLMAR MANOR, Md. – The Gallaudet University men’s cross country team
placed sixth at the Cardinal Classic hosted by the Catholic University of
America here Saturday morning at Colmar Manor Community Park.

University of Mary Washington won the meet with 51 points followed by
Juniata College (64 points), Catholic (66), Moravian College (75), Howard
Community College (88), Gallaudet and Goucher College (208) in the
seven-team race

Gallaudet men’s soccer scores twice early but lose to Penn St.-Berks, 6-2

WASHINGTON – Gallaudet University jumped out to an early 2-0 lead here
Saturday afternoon against Penn St.-Berks in the North Eastern Athletic
Conference (NEAC) men’s soccer opener for both teams. The visiting Nittany
Lions erased the two-goal deficit and scored the next six goals en route
to a 6-2 win at Hotchkiss Field.

Bison women soccer shut out by reigning NEAC champions

WASHINGTON – It was a tough task for the Gallaudet University women’s
soccer team here Saturday afternoon as they went up against Penn
St.-Berks, the six-time defending North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC)
champions, in the conference opener at Hotchkiss Field. The visiting
Nittany Lions came away with an 8-0 victory.

Gallaudet football

had a bye yesterday

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland at Oriole Classic Volleyball Tournament
Frederick, MD
September 14, 2019

ROUND ROBIN
Maryland beat Shalom Christian, 2-0
Scores: 25-21, 25-22

Maryland beat New Life, 2-0
Scores: 25-15, 25-22

Maryland tied with Model Secondary School for the Deaf, 1-1
Scores: 26-27, 26-24

PLAYOFFS
Semifinals
Maryland lost to Covenant Life, 0-2
Scores: 25-17, 25-13

3rd/4th Place
Maryland lost to Model Secondary School for the Deaf, 1-2
Scores: 18-25, 25-17,16-18
Record: 7-6-1

Stats
Citrine Lummer
14 kills, 8 digs, 3 aces

Milana Bielucke
9 digs

Sascha Tansky
6 assists, 9 digs, 2 kills, 1 ace

Crystal Salit
10 assists, 1 dig

Thalia Guettler
1 kill

Hanna Johnston-Shaw
3 digs

Ariella Zfati
9 digs, 3 aces

Sierra Herzig-Wilcox
3 kills, 1 dig

Olivia Clinger
1 kill, 2 digs, 1 ace

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Minnesota footblal & volleyball

Volleyball vs Kansas School for the Deaf
MSAD 2 KSD 0
(25-22 & 25-22)

We had 4 teams tournament today.
Vs Shattuck- St.Mary’s 17-25; 21-25
Vs Glenville-Emmons 11-25; 17-25
Vs Kansas School for the Deaf 25-22; 25-22

Football vs Kansas School for the Deaf
MSAD 25 KSD 21

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New Mexico football & volleyball

NMSD 40
TSE Yi GAI  0

VB
NMSD 25  16    25  25
CSDB  11   25    11    18

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South Carolina volleyball

Southern spike out

Alabama school f/t deaf 25 25
SCSDB 20 20

Arkansas school f/t deaf 25 25
SCSDB 16 13

Atlanta area school f/t deaf 18 15
SCSDB 25 25

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USA Volleyball Donates Gear to USA Deaf Volleyball

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Sept. 13, 2019) – USA Volleyball announced today
that it will be donating over $12,000 in athletic gear to the USA Deaf
Women’s Volleyball Team, which is striving to reach gold on its own Path
to the Podium.

The USA Deaf Volleyball Team has had recent success on the international
stage. In 2016, the team defeated Ukraine to claim its first World
Championship title in over 20 years. After finishing with bronze at the
2017 Deaflympics, the U.S. has turned its attention to winning November’s
Pan Am Games in Brazil, which carries an automatic berth into the 2021
Deaflympics. The team will furthermore be traveling to Milan, Italy, in
June 2020 to defend its World Championship.

“USA Volleyball is proud to be providing this much needed gear to USA Deaf
Volleyball as they prepare for November’s Pan Am Games in Brazil and the
eventual 2021 Deaflympics,” USA Volleyball CEO Jamie Davis said. “As the
sport’s National Governing Body, providing aid to hearing impaired
volleyball players further extends our mission to grow diversity and
inclusion in our sport and to support volleyball players representing Team
USA across the globe.”

USA Volleyball will be providing gear kits for the entire team and
coaching staff including new uniforms, warm-up suits, T-shirts, shoes,
knee pads, leggings, socks and backpacks.

“The USA Deaf Women’s Volleyball Team is grateful to USA Volleyball for
its support and partnership,” said USA Deaf Women’s Volleyball Team Head
Coach Lynn Boren. “It is inspiring to have our sport’s national
organization supporting diversity and competition at all levels and
abilities. We thank USA Volleyball and look forward to building our
relationship for years to come.”

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random deafsports thoughts

to err is human. DeafDigest Sports editor pleads guilty.

Yesterday’s posting said the Phoenix losing score was
52-30. The corrected score was 62-50, meaning a
two-touchdown game.

Today’s posting, as revised, would be:

Phoenix lost 62-50 in a football game last night.

Three Phoenix touchdowns were called off because
of penalties.

If Phoenix scored these 3 touchdowns and if
the opponent did not return these touchdowns,
the score would have been at least 68-62 in
Phoenix’s favor.

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Gallaudet Athletics online store

http://GallaudetAthleticsStore.com

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2019/09/14

DeafDigest Sports – September 14, 2019

barry@deafdigest.com
for options, click on the above deafnews tab

Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

— random deafsports thoughts

— football and volleyball scores

— today’s football games

— Southern Spike Out at Alabama

— Gallaudet athletic passes

…………………………………………………….

2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 9/14/19

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

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2019 football scores
as of 9/14/19

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

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Thursday’s football scores
Louisiana 20 Mississippi 12
Oklahoma 93 Missouri 78
Tennessee 56 South Carolina 29

Florida 38 International Community 14
Riverside 50 Public Safety Academy 22

Sep 12 Colorado at Mazanola (game forfeited to Mazanola)

Friday’s scores
Alabama 46 Shoal Christian 38
Fremont 51 Rancho San Juan 7
Maryland 52 Central Maryland Christian 0

FCW 54 Illinois 20
FCA Bucks 43 Model 6
Mohave Accelerated 62 Phoenix 50
St Dominic Savio Catholic 31 Texas 15

Saturday’s games
Sep 14 Indiana hosts North Central HS
Sep 14 Iowa at New Mexico (cancelled)
Sep 14 Kansas at Minnesota
Sep 14 New Mexico hosts Tse’ Yi’ Gai (replaces Iowa game)

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Southern Spike Out hosted by Alabama this weekend

opening round
Arkansas vs Kentucky
Tennessee vs Atlanta Area
Alabama vs South Carolina

Mississippi is bye and faces winner of Arkansas-Kentucky

all losers go to losers’ bracket

winner of loser’s bracket finals go to championship round semi finals

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Gallaudet athletic passes

Purchase your 2019-20 BISONpass today to get into Gallaudet athletic home events

WASHINGTON – The 2019-20 BISONpass is now available to be purchased for
the new season of Gallaudet University athletics.

The BISONpass includes admission to all ticketed GU athletic events
including football, volleyball and men’s and women’s basketball.

GU faculty and staff and senior citizens can purchase a pass for the low
price of $50 while GU alumni can pick up a pass for $60. Bison fans can
purchase a pass for $75. By purchasing a BISONpass you will save over 75
percent the cost of gate admission for Bison home games this season.
Current GU full-time students receive free admission to all Bison athletic
events.

To apply for a BISONpass, please fill-out the registration form below.
Please include your payment and return to:

Katie Spiegel – Field House 102

Please make checks payable to Gallaudet University. You can also purchase
using a credit card online here:
https://quikpayasp.com/gallaudet/commerce_manager/payer.do?orderType=BoosterClub.

Forms can also be dropped off in-person to Katie Spiegel’s office (Field
House 102) weekdays between 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. GU
faculty and staff please bring your Gallaudet ID with you and others
(Alumni, non-Gallaudet faculty and staff) please bring your driver’s
license with you.

For more information please e-mail Katie Spiegel at
katherine.spiegel@gallaudet.edu

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Illinois football

lost 54-20 to Flanagan-Cornell/Woodland

Illinois scores:
Hawkins 93 pass from Tr. Mort (run failed)
Hawkins 16 pass from Ta. Mort (Robinson run)
Hawkins 55 pass from Ta. Mort (pass incomplete)

RUSHING: ISD — Robinson 7-79, Tr. Mort 2-(-19), Ta, Mort 6-(-24)
PASSING (C-A-TD-INT-YD): ISD — Ta. Mort 4-10-2-1-84, Tr. Mort 1-4-1-0-93
RECEIVING: ISD — Hawkins 4-167, Watkins 1-10

the newspaper praised Illinois for being gutsy in the
football game

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Maryland football

MSD vs. CMC

Central Maryland Christian (1-2) – 0
MSD (3-0) – 52

CMC 0 0 0 0 0
MSD 20 18 6 8 52

Scoring Summary
M – E. Sheppeck 2yd run (Run failed)
M – E. Sheppeck 22yd run (Pass failed)
M – E. Sheppeck 39yd pass from Joseph (Beckler run)
M – E. Sheppeck 30yd pass from Joseph (Pass failed)
M – Ortiz 4yd run (Pass failed)
M – Otto 26yd pass from Joseph (Pass failed)
M – Ortiz 56yd run (Run failed)
M – N. Sheppeck 27yd run (Valencia run)

Individual Stats
Rushing:
Zion Ortiz: 5-88; 2 TDs
Truth Dorsette: 10-56
Jared Beckler: 3-39

Passing:
Jaden Joseph: 7-10; 151 yards; 3 TDs

Receiving:
Ethan Sheppeck: 4-93; 2 TDs
Enow Otto: 1-26; 1 TD
Jared Beckler: 1-11

Miguel Pavao led the team with 9 tackles. Truth Dorsette had 7 tackles.
Zion Ortiz, Jaden Joseph, and Peter Thang had a fumble recovery each.

Total Yards :
MSD: 413 yards (258 rushing/155 passing)
CMC: 30 yards (-1 rushing/31 passing)

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland at Oriole Classic Volleyball Tournament (JV)
Frederick, MD
September 13, 2019

Round Robin
Maryland JV lost to Shalom Christian, 0-2
Scores: 22-25, 26-27

Maryland JV tied with Fairfax Hawks, 1-1
Scores: 25-15, 25-27

Maryland JV beat Model Secondary School for the Deaf, 2-0
Scores: 25-22, 25-19

Maryland JV beat St.John’s Catholic Prep
Scores: 25-13, 25-22

3rd/4th Place
Model Secondary School for the Deaf, 1-2
Scores: 25-18, 14-25, 6-15
Record: 5-3-1

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Model volleyball & football

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Volleyball

Volleyball

Date: Thursday, September 12, 2019 at 5:30 PM

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 0

Bishop Ireton HS: 3

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Football

Football

Date: Friday, September 13, 2019 at 7:30 PM

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 6

Beach Breakers: 46

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Phoenix football & volleyball

Phoenix: Football
Mohave Accl. 62, Phoenix 50

3 PDSD touchdowns nullified due to penalties.
Record:2-1
Up Next: CSDR, Homecoming, Sat., Sept. 21, 6 PM

Volleyball:
9/4/19: Baghdad 3, PDSD 0
9/5/19: Academy of Tucson 3, PDSD 0
9/12/19: North Valley Christian 3, PDSD 0
Record:0-3
Up Next: 9/17/19, BASIS Phoenix, Home, 6 PM

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Texas volleyball

TSD, 3 Concordia, 0

TSD defeated Concordia in 3 sets, 25-8, 25-14, 25-14. Ranger’s record now
stands at 12-12.

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random deafsports thoughts

always these “ifs” in an athletic contest.

Phoenix lost 52-30 in a football game last night.

Three Phoenix touchdowns were called off because
of penalties.

If Phoenix scored these 3 touchdowns and these 3 2-point
PATS, the score would be a 52-50 thriller – but
who knows, the turning point and the tone of the
game may have been affected?

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2019/09/13

DeafDigest Sports – September 13, 2019

barry@deafdigest.com
for options, click on the above deafnews tab

Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

— random deafsports thoughts

— football and volleyball scores

— upcoming football games, schedule changes

— Southern Spike Out at Alabama

— Florida finally plays and wins its’ first 8-man game

— Deaf Hoosiers, not Deaf Orioles?

— first soccer win in school history

— basketball score 93-78

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2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 9/13/19

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

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2019 football scores
as of 9/13/19

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

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Thursday’s football scores
Louisiana 20 Mississippi 12
Oklahoma 93 Missouri 78
Tennessee 56 South Carolina 29

Florida 38 International Community 14
Riverside 50 Public Safety Academy 22

Sep 12 Colorado at Mazanola (game forfeited to Mazanola)

today’s games
Sep 13 Phoenix hosts Mohave Accelerated
Sep 13 Maryland at Central Maryland Christian
Sep 13 Alabama hosts Shoal Christian
Sep 13 Illinois at FCW
Sep 13 Texas at St Dominic Savio Catholic
Sep 13 Fremont hosts Rancho San Juan

Saturday’s games
Sep 14 Model at FCA Bucks
Sep 14 Indiana hosts North Central HS
Sep 14 Iowa at New Mexico (cancelled)
Sep 14 Kansas at Minnesota
Sep 14 New Mexico hosts Tse’ Yi’ Gai (replaces Iowa game)

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Southern Spike Out hosted by Alabama this weekend

opening round
Arkansas vs Kentucky
Tennessee vs Atlanta Area
Alabama vs South Carolina

Mississippi is bye and faces winner of Arkansas-Kentucky

all losers go to losers’ bracket

winner of loser’s bracket finals go to championship round semi finals

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Alabama Volleyball

Thursday, September 10
Ragland 3  Alabama 0  (25-21, 25-7, 25-18)

Thursday, September 12
Munford 3  Alabama 0  (25-20, 25-18, 25-11)

Season record: 5 – 7

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Arkansas volleyball

Garrett Memorial at ASD

September 12th

JV
GM   23  25  15
ASD 25  20  13

ASD JV record 2 – 1

Varsity
GM  25  25  25
ASD 16  16   13

ASD record 3 – 1

Next game: Southern Spikeout vs Kentucky on Saturday at Alabama School for
the Deaf

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Florida football

Hello Dragon Fans!!  After seeing our first two games get cancelled due to
Hurricane Dorian, we were very eager to take the field tonight in front of our
home fans.  We hosted International Community School (Winter Park) in our first
ever 8-man football game.  We were victorious, 38-14.

After a rough start offensively with a lost fumble on our first possession, the
offense turned it on in the late 1st quarter and 2nd quarter to score 3
touchdowns on Matthew Guilliou runs of 23, 29, and 32 yards.  Matthew also
capped off the 1st half scoring with an 42-yard interception return.  We were
able to convert all of our PATs to race out to a 32-0 halftime lead.

Everyone got playing time in the 2nd half and we managed to score once on a
88-yard interception return by our youngster Ajani Zahira.

Our defense totalled 5 interceptions with 2 pick-sixes on the night.  Ajani
Zahira had 2 interceptions along with one apiece from Matthew Guilliou, Marcus
Guilliou, and Justin Cabrera.

We will be travelling to Mississippi next week to play them 9/21 at 3pm CST.

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Scoring Summary and Stats

1q- FSDB, Matthew Guilliou 23 run (2-pt M.Guilliou pass to Kyle Prinzler) 8-0
2q- FSDB,  Matthew Guilliou 29 run (2-pt Walter Douglas run) 16-0
2q- FSDB, Matthew Guilliou 42 interception return (2-pt Luis Merced run) 24-0
2q- FSDB,  Matthew Guilliou 32 run (2-pt Merced run) 32-0
4q- ICS TD, 32-8
4q- FSDB, Ajani Zahira 88 interception return (2-pt failed), 38-8
4q- ICS TD, 38-14

RUSHING
Matthew Guilliou 4-89 3 td, Prinzler 2-60, Merced 5-23, 2 pat, Zahira 2-21,
Douglas 4-7 1 pat, Dulcio 3–2, Polk 2–5

PASSING
Matthew Guilliou 0/0 1 pat

RECEIVING
Prinzler 1 pat

DEFENSE
Dulcio 4t 1pd, Zahira 4t 1int 1td, Marcus Guilliou 3t 1int 1pd, Cabrera 3t 1int,
Douglas 3t, Polk 2t, Merced 2t 1pd, Solis 2t, Matthew Guilliou 1t 1int 1td, Hunt
1t.

t- tackles, s- sacks, int- interceptions, pd- pass defensed, ff- forced fumble,
fr- fumble recovery, td- touchdown

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Indiana football

part of continuing newspaper story

When North Central visits Indiana Deaf on Saturday afternoon in
Indianapolis, it will be the first meeting between the two schools on the
gridiron.

The Deaf Hoosiers, yes that is their new nickname not the Orioles as They
do have a history with Sullivan County in football. Indiana Deaf School
has played the Bulldogs in Dugger dating back to the 1960s. The series has
been on and off, but it has been a good matchup despite the driving
distance between Indy and Farmersburg or Dugger. Kickoff in Indy is set
for 1 p.m. Saturday.

When I think about Deaf School, a couple of things come to mind.
Former then Union (Dugger) teacher Tom Hiatt played on the first Bulldog
team to lose to Indiana Deaf.

A running back, name escapes me, from Deaf School ran over 300 yards in a
win at Dugger Union and there was a basketball player at Indiana Deaf that
averaged over 30 points per game. Man could he shoot the ball.

part of another newspaper

• North Central (0-3) at Indiana Deaf School (0-0), 1 p.m. Saturday — The
rebuilding Thunderbirds added this game recently against the Deaf
Hoosiers, who for some reason are playing for the first time this fall.

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Indiana volleyball

from a tweet

Crispus Attucks HS falls to Indiana School For The Deaf 3 – 0

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Louisiana football

We won tonight against Mississippi 20-12. It was nice to get our first
game out of our way, as we had 5 NEW starters on both sides of the field.
We had two rushing touchdowns from our Mighty Mouse, Demarico Young and a
punt return for a TD from D’ericion Hayes. It was an excellent defensive
effort from the entire team, as our new starters made great plays!

from a fan:
Louisiana 20
Mississippi 12.

Mississippi is nowhere near the team they have been for the past 2 years.
Louisiana only has 14 players and are not very big, but they play hard.

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Lousiana volleyball

Lady War Eagles started out with a win for the first volleyball game of
the season. We played against Lutheran on 09/4. 1st Set: 26-24 – LSD
2nd Set: 11-25 – Lutheran
3rd Set: 25-18 – LSD
4th Set: 25-22 – LSD

We played our second game. We lost, but it was close! We played against
Central Private on 09/10.
1st Set: 8-25 – Central Private
2nd Set: 25-22 – LSD
3rd Set: 15-25 – Central Private
4th Set: 20-25 – Central Private.

Our next game is against Slaughter Community Charter on Tuesday, 9/17 and
we play Lutheran again on Wednesday, 09/18. Then that following Saturday,
09/21, we will
be playing against Oklahoma School for the Deaf for LSD’s homecoming. What
a busy week!

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland beat Open Bible Christian Academy, 3-0
Scores: 25-10, 25-11, 25-18
Record: 5-4

Stats
Citrine Lummer
12 kills, 9 digs, 1 assist, 3 aces

Milana Bielucke
4 digs, 4 aces

Sascha Tansky
17 assists, 5 digs, 2 kills, 2 aces

Crystal Salit
5 assists, 2 digs

Thalia Guettler
1 kill

Hanna Johnston-Shaw
4 digs, 4 aces

Ariella Zfati
7 digs, 1 kill, 1 ace

Sierra Herzig-Wilcox
4 kills, 2 digs

Olivia Clinger
2 kills, 2 blocks, 3 digs

Maryland JV beat Maret, 2-0
Scores: 25-18, 29-27
Record: 3-1

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Mississippi volleyball

Double Game

MSD 4,6,8
St Andrews 25,25,25

MSD 9,3,8
St Andrews 25,25,25

Record 1-7

Next Game 9/14 @ Spike out Alabama School f/t Deaf

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Mississippi football

LSD 20   MSD 12

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North Carolina soccer

NCSD                 1

Millers Creek   8

September 12 @ Lake Lure

NCSD                        5

Lake Lure Classical 4

1st varsity soccer win in NCSD history

Team record 1-1

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Ohio soccer

Ohio School for the Deaf host their first home soccer match against KIPP.

KIPP has no answer against our offense attack. The final result is 9-0.

Final Result: OSD 9, KIPP 0
(1st Half: OSD 3, KIPP 0 )

Goals (OSD) : Lalli Jansen – 4, Guled Ali – 2, Amin Ali – 2, Devor Bauman -1

Assists (OSD) : Guled Ali – 2, Lalli Jansen – 1, Amin Ali – 1

Shots (OSD) : Lalli Jansen – 6, Amin Ali – 5, Guled Ali -3, Devor Bauman – 2

Saves (OSD) : Jason Alford – 2

Our record is 1-1. Our next home game is next week Monday on September 16
against Geona Christian.

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Oklahoma Football

At Oklahoma School for the Deaf, Sulphur, OK

Oklahoma Deaf – 93

Missouri Deaf – 78

It was a very good battle game.  Also, I’m very impressed on Missouri,
they didn’t give up on our game because they have no sub players.  I know
its high scores but
it’s typically for 6-man football.  We will play Louisiana School for the
Deaf next week with 8-man football game.

Tyler Manek:  19 carries – 374 yards, 8 TDs, 4 out of 5 for 84 yards 3 TDs

Jose Salas:  14 carries – 124 yards, 2TDs

KJ Lokeijak:  5 carries – 71 yards, 1TD, 1 out of 1 for 15 yards, 2
catches for 7yards

Pablo Gomez: 2 carries – 13 yards, 2 catches for 73 yards 2TDs

Ayden Arbertha:  2 carries – 11 yards

Dallas Lowry: 1 catches for 15 yards

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Riverside Volleyball

Went down to Wildomar and play California Lutheran in a district match,
lost 3-0 (24-26, 23-25, 10-25). Record: 1-8 (0-2). Next up: California
Lutheran at home, Tuesday the 17th.

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Riverside Football

Played Public Safety Academy in a league game, grabbed a first win of
season, 50-22!  Record: 1-2 (1-1). Next up: @ Phoenix Day School for the
Deaf, Saturday the 21st.

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Rochester soccer

On Tuesday we opened up with Cornerstone, a team we typically go
toe-to-toe with!  Our numbers are down this year and we had just 11
eligible so it was agreed upon
to play 10 v 10 so we could have 1 sub.  We played well for 2/3rds fo the
game but simply ran out of gas the last 10 minutes.  The score at the half
was RSD 2,
Cornerstone 3.  As I said we held on as long as we could and then the
floodgates opened and the final score was 6-2.
Miaklo Malone, rookie goalkeeper had a great game in goal with 27 saves.
Alex Michalek had both of our goals.

Record 0-1
RSD: 2
Cornerstone: 6

Goals: Michalek (2)

Saves: Malone (27)

On Thursday we took on the mighty Rapids, I don’t believe they have lost a
league game in 4 years.  They have a 23 man roster and all are seasoned
players.  It was
learning experience for us as they put on a clinic.  Highlight of the game
came in the  second half when Wildcat Cayne Aggas slipped one past their
keeper to avoid
the shutout.  Mikalo Malone had 27 saves!
Record 0-2
RSD: 1
Rapids: 7

Goals: C. Aggas (1)

Saves: Malone (27)

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South Carolina volleyball

Whitmire 25 25 25
SCSDB 11 13 8

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Tennessee football & volleyball

Tennessee football

Tennessee 56. South Carolina 29

1-1

Tennessee volleyball

Cosby 3 Tennessee 0

3-8

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Texas football

part of newspaper story

The 2019 Texas high school football season is two weeks old. Check out the
latest edition of the VYPE Austin private school rankings to see where
area TAPPS and SPC teams landed.

No. 1 Brentwood Christian School: 2-0 (Preseason: 3)

No. 2 Regents School of Austin: 1-1 (Preseason: 1)

No. 3 Fredericksburg Heritage School: 2-0 (Preseason: 6)

No. 4 Austin Saints: 2-0 (Preseason: 9)

No. 5 San Marcos Academy: 2-0 (Preseason: NR)

No. 6 Austin St. Dominic Savio Catholic: 2-0 (Preseason: NR)

No. 7 Texas School for the Deaf: 0-1 (Preseason: 2)

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Western Pennsylvania soccer & volleyball

YESTERDAY’S RESULTS

SOCCER: lost to Portersville Christian School, 0-7

LEAGUE RECORD: 1-0

OVERALL RECORD: 1-1

MS SOCCER: did not play

LEAGUE RECORD: 0-1

OVERALL RECORD: 0-1

JV VOLLEYBALL: lost to Portersville Christian School, 0-2 (15-25 and 10-25)

OVERALL RECORD – 0-3

V VOLLEYBALL: lost to Portersville Christian School, 0-3 (19-25, 13-25, and 20-25)

LEAGUE RECORD: 0-2

OVERALL RECORD: 0-3

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random deafsports thoughts

Deaf Soccer season is here right now, this sport
being as equal in importance as with Deaf Football.

We shall see which soccer team will surprise us
this season!

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Gallaudet Athletics online store

http://GallaudetAthleticsStore.com

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2019/09/12

DeafDigest Sports – September 12, 2019

barry@deafdigest.com
for options, click on the above deafnews tab

Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

— random deafsports thoughts

— New Mexico football finds a last minute homecoming opponent

— a Gallaudet football honor

— upcoming football games, schedule changes

— soccer & volleyball scores

— posting of fake football scores on maxpreps

— Southern Spike Out at Alabama

…………………………………………………….

2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 9/12/19

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

…………………………………………….

2019 football scores
as of 9/8/19

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

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upcoming football games
Sep 12 Tennessee at South Carolina (changed from at Tennesse to at South Carolina)
Sep 12 Missouri at Oklahoma
Sep 12 Mississippi at Louisiana
Sep 12 Florida hosts International Community
Sep 12 Riverside hosts Public Safety Academy
Sep 12 Colorado at Mazanola (game forfeited to Mazanola)

Sep 13 Phoenix hosts Mohave Accelerated
Sep 13 Maryland at Central Maryland Christian
Sep 13 Alabama hosts Shoal Christian
Sep 13 Illinois at FCW
Sep 13 Texas at St Dominic Savio Catholic
Sep 13 Fremont hosts Rancho San Juan

Sep 14 Model at FCA Bucks
Sep 14 Indiana hosts North Central HS
Sep 14 Iowa at New Mexico (cancelled)
Sep 14 Kansas at Minnesota
Sep 14 New Mexico hosts Tse’ Yi’ Gai (replaces Iowa game)

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Gallaudet football

Gallaudet’s Cassmeir Hutchinson’s 51-yard run earns ECFC Play of the Week

link at:
https://gallaudet.prestosports.com//sports/fball/2019-20/releases/ecfcplay-week1

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Southern Spike Out, hosted by Alabama

opening round
Arkansas vs Kentucky
Tennessee vs Atlanta Area
Alabama vs South Carolina

Mississippi is bye and faces winner of Arkansas-Kentucky

all losers go to losers’ bracket

winner of loser’s bracket finals go to championship round semi finals

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postings of fake football scores on maxpreps

Maxpreps posted the results of the Louisiana-South
Carolina football game as this:

South Carolina 50
Louisiana 0

no such football game took place this past weekend
between both teams. Hurricane Dorian forced the
cancellation of the game; students at South
Carolina had to go home as school was closed.

Few weeks ago, Indiana was scheduled to play
against Traders Point. The game was cancelled
as Indiana did not have enough players that
were certified to play by physicians.

DeafDigest Sports editor was aware of it
as a source informed him about it.

Yet Maxpreps posted this score as this:

Traders Point 56
Indiana 8

This is interesting because maxpreps does not allow
non-authorized people to post up the results.
Hackers getting wise into it and finding a
way around?  Do not know.

If a posted football score looks suspicious,
it probably is!

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Alabama football

part of newspaper story

Shoals Christian (0-3, 0-1) at Ala. School for the Deaf (0-1)

The skinny: Through three weeks, each final score for Shoals Christian has
been less pleasant than the previous one. Expect that trend to change for
the better this week in Talladega. … Shoals Christian visits Alabama
School for the Deaf, one of two teams the Flame beat last fall. … Alabama
School for the Deaf has traditionally played a mix of in-state and
out-of-state teams, and its only game so far is a 45-7 loss to Valley
Head. … This is a good opportunity for the Flame to get Win No. 1 under
Kelly Rushing and build needed confidence.

TimesDaily pick: Shoals Christian

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Colorado football

coming off two wins, was looking forward to a game with
Mazanola.

Instead, the game is a forfeit win for Mazanola.

Colorado lost four players for the game; two were
ejected from the last game and couldn’t play
against Mazanola. Additonally two players got
hurt playing recreation basketball during lunch
hour and could not play in the Mazanola game.

2-1 record

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Florida volleyball

3-0 (W) – FSDAB vs. ICA

ICA   12    14    7     0
FSDAB 25    25    25    3

1-2 record

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Illinois volleyball

Meredosia – Chambersburg        25           25
Illinois School for the Deaf    12           4

Illinois School for the Deaf is 0 – 2 for the season.

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Indiana football

part of newspaper story

North Central (0-3) at Indiana Deaf (0-0) — North Central avoided an open
week by adding Indiana Deaf to the schedule.

The Deaf Hoosiers will be playing their first game of the year when the
Thunderbirds are looking for their first win.

“This just came up at the last minute,” said North Central coach Brad
Hudson. “We were happy about having the chance to play a game instead of
having a bye week.”

North Central has managed just 14 points in 12 quarters this season.

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Indiana volleyball

part of newspaper story

The Waldron volleyball team improved to 9-4 this season with a 3-0 win
over Indiana Deaf on Tuesday. The Mohawks won 25-21, 25-13, 25-9.

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Missouri volleyball

Missouri School for the Deaf volleyball team travelled to Oklahoma School
for the Deaf on 9/11 and played hard. We might didn’t win the match but the
girls played hard and tried their best. The scores were 6-25, 13-25, 8-25.
Cristin Kohl, JR leads with four serves. Myia Dandle, FR. helped the team
with three serve. We will travel CIS on Tuesday 9/17 and play at 6 pm.

Record 0-2

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New Mexico football

was able to find a last minute opponent in
Tse’ Yi’ Gai High School for the Homecoming Day game
to replace Iowa which couldn’t play because of
injuries.

Tse’ Yi’ Gai?  This school is a member of the
New Mexico high school athletic association
and has already scheduled 4 football games
this season, with New Mexico as the 5th
opponent.

Said happy athletic director Letty Perez:

I  am so HAPPY that Tse’ Yi’ Gai football team will play us
this Saturday at 2:00 pm.  I wanted to say MANY Thanks to
Tse’ Yi’ Gai Athletic Director, Candace Sandoval!

Note:
DeafDigest Sports editor has never heard of
the Tse’ Yi’ Gai School. Apparently it is a new
school with its’ own newly formed football team.

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Oklahoma volleyball

volleyball vs Missouri

25-6, 25-13,25-8

our record is 2-3

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Tennessee volleyball

Coalfield 3. TSD  0

Galtinburg  3. TSD 0

RECORD  3-7

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random deafsports thoughts

When will the early season deaf football drama
end? We just want to watch football games, rooting
for our teams to win – without all this drama
on the side!

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Gallaudet Athletics online store

http://GallaudetAthleticsStore.com

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2019/09/11

DeafDigest Sports – September 11, 2019

barry@deafdigest.com
for options, click on the above deafnews tab

Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

— Gallaudet’s new next-season football opponent

— random deafsports thoughts

— upcoming football games

— soccer & volleyball scores

— a big Gallaudet volleyball win

— deaf Oceania rugby

…………………………………………………….

2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 9/11/19

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

…………………………………………….

2019 football scores
as of 9/8/19

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

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upcoming football games
Sep 12 South Carolina at Tennessee
Sep 12 Missouri at Oklahoma
Sep 12 Mississippi at Louisiana
Sep 12 Florida hosts International Community
Sep 12 Riverside hosts Public Safety Academy
Sep 12 Colorado at Mazanola

Sep 13 Phoenix hosts Mohave Accelerated
Sep 13 Maryland at Central Maryland Christian
Sep 13 Alabama hosts Shoal Christian
Sep 13 Illinois at FCW
Sep 13 Texas at St Dominic Savio Catholic
Sep 13 Fremont hosts Rancho San Juan

Sep 14 Model at FCA Bucks
Sep 14 Indiana hosts North Central HS
Sep 14 Iowa at New Mexico (cancelled)
Sep 14 Kansas at Minnesota

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Gallaudet volleyball

Gallaudet rallies to win first match of the season in five sets

BALTIMORE – Down two sets here Tuesday night, Gallaudet University rallied
to win the next three en route to a 3-2 women’s volleyball win over Notre
Dame of Maryland University. The win is the first for GU (1-8) this season
and snaps a nine-match losing streak dating back to last season.

Gallaudet dropped the first two sets 18-25 and 14-25 to Notre Dame (5-2),
who had won its previous five matches.

The Bison bounced back with a 25-17 win in the third set and a thrilling
25-22 fourth set win to set up a fifth and decisive set. GU had picked up
the momentum from the fourth set, where the Gators rallied late before
they lost, and jumped out early on the host in the fifth set to win 15-8.

Junior outside hitter Karita Lewis (Frederick, Md.) and freshman middle
hitter Cassidy Perry (Frederick, Md.) led the Bison with 11 kills. Lewis
added a team-high 15 digs and three aces while Perry had three block
assists. Freshman setter Demi Bingham (Jefferson, Md.) passed out a
game-high 37 assists to go with eight digs.

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Gallaudet football

part of newspaper story

Keystone Giants restart football

In 2020, Keystone will play a full varsity schedule as a member of the
Eastern Collegiate Football Conference, joining Alfred State, Anna Maria
College, Castleton University, Dean College, Gallaudet University and
SUNY-Maritime.

This season, the team is playing an independent seven-game schedule that
features three JV opponents (Wilkes, Morrisville State, King’s); three
varsity opponents (Misericordia, Alfred State, The Apprentice School); and
one junior college (Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology).

note:
Keystone is playing two common opponents this season – Alfred State and
The Apprentice School. Just an idea of what may be coming up in the
future.

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Florida volleyball

3-0 (L) – FSDAB vs. Interlachen

RESULT
Loss

Interlachen 25    25    25    3
FSDAB         10  9     11    0

The Florida School for the Deaf and Blind varsity volleyball team lost
Monday’s home non-conference match against Interlachen (FL) by a score of
3-0.

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Marie Philip soccer

As the Learning Center for the Deaf is preparing to renovate and expand
the parking lots and roads on campus, the Marie Philip School (MPS)
Galloping Ghosts varsity
soccer team has been using a different field off-campus, Galvani Field.
The bright side is that the off-campus field dimension is bigger than our
field so that our
players can get used to a full size of field and running a lot.

MPS played the first game of the season against our non-league opponent,
International School of Boston. We played great within fifteen minutes
till we made mistake
that gave ISB a goal. We were very impressed with our new goalkeeper (7th
grader) Andrew Riebe who played his first varsity game in his career. We
kept adjusting
our formations in the halftime as we switched our goalkeeper with
(freshman) Christopher Jimenez. He also played his first varsity career as
goalkeeper.
Unfortunately for us, ISB played well and controlled the game. We, the
coaches, were still impressed with our players.

MPS 0

ISB 7

Next game: tomorrow, September 11th – Galloping Ghosts at The Cambridge
School of Weston for league contest – 4 pm game time.

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland lost to Covenant Life Christian School, 2-3
Scores: 20-25, 25-17, 18-25, 25-22, 10-15
Record: 4 -4

Stats
Citrine Lummer
24 kills, 14 digs

Milana Bielucke
13 digs, 3 aces

Sascha Tansky
32 assists, 10 digs, 1 kill, 4 aces

Crystal Salit
7 kills, 3 digs

Thalia Guettler
3 digs, 1 assist

Hanna Johnston-Shaw
4 digs, 3 aces

Ariella Zfati
18 digs, 1 kill, 1 ace

Sierra Herzig-Wilcox
6 kills, 2 blocks

Olivia Clinger
4 kills, 1 block, 1 dig

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Mississippi volleyball

Raleigh 3 Mississippi 1
Velma Jackson 3 Mississppi 1
Mississippi 3 Pelahatchie 2
Velma Jackson 3 Mississippi 0
Yazoo County 3 Mississippi 2
Pisgah 3 Mississippi 0

1-6 record

Next Game 9/12 St. Andrews @ Home

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Model volleyball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Volleyball

Volleyball

Date: Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at 5:30 PM

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 3

Spencerville Adventist Academy: 0

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Riverside volleyball

Went down to Anza and played Hamilton in a district opener, lost 3-1
(25-19, 15-25, 18-25, 10-25). Record: 1-7 (0-1). Next up: @ California
Lutheran, Thurs. the 12th.

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South Carolina volleyball

Calhoun falls 21 25 25 25
SCSDB 25 10 15 10

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Texas volleyball

Varsity
Hill Country, 2
TSD, 3
(21-25, 25-21, 23-25, 25-15, 15-7)

Record: 11-12

Junior Varsity
Hill Country, 2
TSD, 0
(10-25, 16-25)

Record: 2-10

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Western Pennsylvania soccer & volleyball

YESTERDAY’S RESULTS

SOCCER: beat Robinson Township Christian School, 3-2

LEAGUE RECORD: 1-0

OVERALL RECORD: 1-0

MS SOCCER: did not play

LEAGUE RECORD: 0-1

OVERALL RECORD: 0-1

JV VOLLEYBALL: lost to Harvest Baptist Christian Academy, 0-2 (18-25 and 21-25)

OVERALL RECORD – 0-2

V VOLLEYBALL: lost to Harvest Baptist Christian Academy, 0-3 (12-25, 9-25, and 7-25)

LEAGUE RECORD: 0-2

OVERALL RECORD: 0-2

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Wisconsin volleyball

W 3-0; 25-20, 25-21, 25-21 over Mountain Top

Record 2-1

Next Game: Faith Christian on Thursday September 12th

Lady Firebirds had their first win of the season vs.
Academy of Excellence last night

Scores are 3-0; 25-14, 25-17, and 25-18.

Next game: Today vs Mountain Top Christian

Record 1-1

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Hearing rugby tournament includes separate deaf rugby tournament

part of newspaper story

This year’s Oceania Rugby 7s included the deaf tournament for the first time.

The tournament encourages equal opportunities for Women’s rugby and Deaf
rugby across Oceania and beyond.

Oceania Rugby Competitions Manager Wayne Schuster says they are excited
about the inclusion of the Oceania Rugby Deaf tournament which will
feature International Deaf teams from Fiji, Papua New Guinea and Samoa.

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random deafsports thoughts

Since Derrick Coleman is a free agent, not signed
to a NFL contract this season, will he be playing
in either XFL or Canadian Football League next
season?

Or is he done with football and moving on to the
next phrase of his life?

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Gallaudet Athletics online store

http://GallaudetAthleticsStore.com

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2019/09/10

DeafDigest Sports – September 10, 2019

barry@deafdigest.com
for options, click on the above deafnews tab

Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

— random deafsports thoughts

— upcoming football games

— football and volleyball tidbits

— a Gallaudet honor

…………………………………………………….

2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 9/10/19

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

…………………………………………….

2019 football scores
as of 9/8/19

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

…………………………………………

upcoming football games
Sep 12 South Carolina at Tennessee
Sep 12 Missouri at Oklahoma
Sep 12 Mississippi at Louisiana
Sep 12 Florida hosts International Community
Sep 12 Riverside hosts Public Safety Academy
Sep 12 Colorado at Mazanola

Sep 13 Phoenix hosts Mohave Accelerated
Sep 13 Maryland at Central Maryland Christian
Sep 13 Alabama hosts Shoal Christian
Sep 13 Illinois at FCW
Sep 13 Texas at St Dominic Savio Catholic
Sep 13 Fremont hosts Rancho San Juan

Sep 14 Model at FCA Bucks
Sep 14 Indiana hosts North Central HS
Sep 14 Iowa at New Mexico (cancelled)
Sep 14 Kansas at Minnesota

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Gallaudet women’s soccer

GU’s Hannah Neild named NEAC Women’s Soccer Player of the Week

LATHAM, N.Y. – The North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) announced its
weekly conference student-athlete of the week awards for Sept. 9 and
Gallaudet University sophomore midfielder Hannah Neild (Litchfield, N.H.)
earned Women’s Soccer Player of the Week honors for her performance last
weekend as GU defeated College of Saint Elizabeth and Yeshiva University.

Neild scored seven goals and two assists during the weekend trip to New
Jersey and New York. She netted a career best four goals in a 6-1 win
against the Saint Elizabeth Eagles. Neild followed that up with a
three-goal, two-assist game against Yeshiva.

Neild currently leads the NEAC in points (18), goals (seven) and assists
(four).

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Arkansas volleyball

Cornerstone Christian at ASD

ASD JV  25  25
CC JV    22  14

ASD JV record 2 – 0

ASD   25  20  25  19  15
CC     17   25    8  25   6

ASD Record 3 – 0

Next game home against Garrett Memorial

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Colorado football

a schedule change – instead of playing
Friday night against Mazanola, the
game is being played Thursday night.

Flavious Taylor is the Head Coach, football

Here’s results of first and second games

August 29
CSDB Vs Cripple Creek Victor
58 – 25 (CCV forfeited in 4q)

September 7
CSDB Vs Weldon Valley (Homecoming)
49 – 12

Record: 2 – 0

Next game – September 13 @ Mazanola 7p

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Fremont sports

LAST WEEK –  The Volleyball team started off league play with two straight
3-0 wins at home over Contra Costa Christian and Oakland Military
Institute, we have won
eight straight BCL league championships and will look to defend this year!
The Football team went to Tracy and had an incredible game but
unfortunately was on the
losing side of a 35-32 aerial shootout despite out producing Millennium
479 to 400 yards.

THIS WEEK –  The Volleyball team will continue league play this week with
Making Waves and Holy Names which will also be our first two JV games.
Football and
Cheerleading will host a “Back to School Day” game on Friday against
Rancho San Juan at 5pm.  Our Cross Country team will have their first meet
at Martinez on
Saturday to prepare for our deaf nationals meet at Oregon next week.

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK –

ROBERT GREGOR, the Junior Defensive End was our leading receiver the last
two seasons but he set the tone for us in the beginning of the week when
he was willing to
sacrifice for the team and make a position change to offensive line.
After just three practices, he immediately understood slide protections,
blitz pickups, traps,
and pulls and was unstoppable there producing great blocks for Chris
Renteria who filled in at Runningback and had 118 tough total yards.  At
defensive end, Robert
was his usual self, containing the edge and had nine tackles.

JAYLEN JOHNSON, our Junior Wide Receiver and Free Safety had an awesome
game with 11 catches for 231 yards and 4 scores.  All of this was possible
from Jaylen
always working at full speed every day at practice as he learns our
offense.  Jaylen also produced due to a great team unity that occurred all
week, blocks from the
linemen who was willing to sacrifice, and great reads from our Quarterback
so despite the loss, this week’s progress will be critical for the rest of
the season.

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New Mexico homecoming plans

Unfortunately, the Iowa football team cannot come to our homecoming this
weekend due to injuries.  We moved the date to Saturday, September 21st
for our football game.

The San Jon football team will play against our football team.

However, homecoming weekend is still ON with our volleyball game: CSDB vs
NMSD @ 10 am .  We will have the Royalty & Ambassadors introduction at
9:45 am  @ Larson
gym.

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Oklahoma volleyball

Our game vs OKC Knights
16-25,13-25, 25-15, 10-25

our record is 1-3

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Phoenix football

part of newspaper story

Vote for the Week 3 Arizona high school football top performer

Brian Lynch, Phoenix Day School for the Deaf, RB, Sr.

In an 82-50 win over San Pasqual, he ran 17 times for 395 yards and seven
TDs and caught four passes for 100 yards and a TD.

note:

The source said Lynch scored 8 touchdowns, not 7 touchdowns.
The 8th touchdown was on a pass reception. QB Isaac Nunes completed
22 of 27 passing attempts for 192 yards and two touchdowns. The
official score of PDSD’s win over San Pasqual is 82-50., not 80-50.

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random deafsports thoughts

It is commendable that New Mexico was able to find
a replacement homecoming day opponent, though on a
different date, after the original opponent couldn’t
come to the game.

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Gallaudet Athletics online store

http://GallaudetAthleticsStore.com

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2019/09/09

DeafDigest Sports – September 9, 2019

barry@deafdigest.com
for options, click on the above deafnews tab

Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

— random deafsports thoughts

— upcoming football games

— Gallaudet women’s soccer

— football and volleyball updates

— a coaching staff clarification

— football tidbits

…………………………………………………….

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

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

…………………………………………….

2019 football scores
as of 9/8/19

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

…………………………………………

upcoming football games
Sep 12 South Carolina at Tennessee
Sep 12 Missouri at Oklahoma
Sep 12 Mississippi at Louisiana
Sep 12 Florida hosts International Community
Sep 12 Riverside hosts Public Safety Academy

Sep 13 Phoenix hosts Mohave Accelerated
Sep 13 Maryland at Central Maryland Christian
Sep 13 Alabama hosts Shoal Christian
Sep 13 Illinois at FCW
Sep 13 Colorado at Mazanola
Sep 13 Texas at St Dominic Savio Catholic
Sep 13 Fremont hosts Rancho San Juan

Sep 14 Model at FCA Bucks
Sep 14 Indiana hosts North Central HS
Sep 14 Iowa at New Mexico (cancelled)
Sep 14 Kansas at Minnesota

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Gallaudet women’s soccer

GU rolls past Yeshiva as Levesque sets goalie mark

PURCHASE, N.Y. – The Gallaudet University women’s soccer team rolled to an
8-0 victory over Yeshiva University here Sunday afternoon at Purchase
College.

Gallaudet (2-2) dominated the game from the start as the buff and blue
scored twice in the first five minutes and never looked back. Sophomore
midfielder Hannah Neild (Litchfield, N.H.) fresh off a four-goal
performance on Saturday against Saint Elizabeth scored the first two goals
of the game.

The Bison continued to place shots on the Yeshiva goal and found the back
of the net four more times in the first half.

Junior Sharon Castillo (Dallas, Texas) scored in the 10th minute followed
by a goal by freshman Henrianne Jansen (Apeldoorn, Netherlands) two
minutes later. Yeshiva gave up an own goal in the 14th minute as GU led
5-0.

Freshman Courtney Gentzke (Honeoye, N.Y.) got in the scorebook in the 34th
and 43rd minutes, respectively with goals as Gallaudet took a 7-0 lead
into halftime.

In the second half, Gallaudet added one more goal when junior Eve
Wood-Jacobowitz (Frederick, Md.) received a nice through pass from Neild
to knock in a goal pass Yeshiva goalie Katheryn Weinberg (five saves).

GU senior goalie Silvya Levesque (Ballston Spa, N.Y.) earned the win and
the shutout, her 10th and a new school record. In back-to-back wins this
weekend, Levesque set Gallaudet’s wins and shutout career records for a
goalie. Levesque now has 19 career wins and 10 career shutouts.

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Arkansas sports

The week of September 3rd – 7th

Arkansas news

September 3rd

Volleyball

ASD JV                  20  25  15
Cornerstone Christian   25  17    2

ASD JV record 1 – 0

ASD       25  16  25  25
CC        19   25  22  21

ASD record 1 – 0

September 7th

Arkansas at Missouri

ASD  25   25  25
CC   15    8   8

ASD record 2 – 0

Football – September 7th

Arkansas at Missouri

ASD 0
MSD 67

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Colorado volleyball

Colorado lost to Weldon Valley
11-25, 14-25, 8-25

Priscilla Needs 1 ace 2hits 3 assists
Marie Padilla 1hit 1kill 1assist 2blocks

Record 0-3
Next game will be at New Mexico 9/14

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Florida volleyball

August 27th

FSDB
25
9
17
18

Crescent City
16
25
25
25

0-1 record

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Indiana football

part of newspaper story

North Central High School Thunderbirds have added a game.
Instead of having a bye this week, they will play at
Indiana Deaf in Indianapolis on Saturday. Start
time is 1 p.m

part of another newspaper story

Indiana Deaf is still scheduled to play in Class A Sectional 46
(despite three cancelled games this season).

note:
paywall prevented reading of full newspaper story

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Iowa football

Since we had some injuries that will not be cleared to play this weekend,
we are short-handed and our game at New Mexico has been cancelled.

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Kansas football

a tweet today:

As someone who grew up a few blocks from the Kansas School for the Deaf, I
couldn’t help but start sketching out how to integrate blind players into
a deaf football team (I’m assuming there aren’t any other than possibly an
interior lineman or two with very limited sight).

note:
Some schools, especially Florida School for the Deaf and Blind
and Louisiana School for the Deaf allow blind students to play
football. Most don’t but some do. Depends on state high
school athletic rules.  DeafDigest Sports editor actually
saw a blind player intercept a pass for his deaf team
in a game against another deaf school – actually it was
a deflected pass that fluttered into the blind player’s
outstretched arms! A past Louisiana football coach said
he puts blind players into the defensive line, instructing
them just to jam up opposing linemen on each snap.

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Kansas volleyball

We had a great last week! We had an away game, playing Frontier and one
home game against Wisconsin School for the Deaf. We won both! The players
played good!

Frontier- Varsity 3-1
19-25, 25-21, 25-13, 25-17

Wisc- JV 2-0
25-21, 25-23
Wisc- Varsity 3-1
25-17, 19-25, 25-22, 25-19

The current record for JV is 1-1 and
Varsity is 2-1.

Now to this week, September 8-15th, 2019.

Monday 9/9/19- Home Game vs Midland.
JV at 4:30 and Varsity at 5:30.

Tuesday 9/10/19- Practice 4-5:30

Wednesday 9/11/19- Practice 4-5:30

Thursday 9/12/19 – Away Game vs Alta Vista.

Friday 9/13/19- Sunday 9/15/19 – Away trip weekend to Minnesota State
Academy For the Deaf. Varsity only.

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Model

Our Score: 1, Their Score: 2

Varsity Volleyball, Model vs Episcopal

Final Score:

Model, 1-2 (21-25, 27-25, 0-15)

Episcopal, 2-1 (25-21, 25-27, 15-0)

Our Score: 2, Their Score: 1

Varsity Volleyball, Model vs Highland

Final Score:

Model, 2-1 (25-19, 25-27, 15-12)

Bishop Ireton, 1-2 (19-25, 27-25, 12-15)

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Volleyball

Volleyball

Date: Saturday, September 7, 2019 at TBA

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 1

Episcopal High School: 2

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Volleyball

Volleyball

Date: Saturday, September 7, 2019 at TBA

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 2

Highland School: 1

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Volleyball

Volleyball

Date: Saturday, September 7, 2019 at TBA

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 0

Bishop Ireton HS: 2

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Oklahoma football

a clarification on coaches

Yesterday’s DeafDigest Sports said Lawson Pair
continues as head coach. This is not correct.

Jason Sledd is the new head coach, replacing long
time head coach Lawson Pair.

Pair continues with football coaching, not as
head coach but as defensive coordinator.

Confusion stemmed from email that looked mangled.

DeafDigest Spors apologizes for the confusion.

Here is the list:

Head Coach and Offensive Coordinator:
Jason Sledd

Defensive Coordinator:
Lawson Pair

Special Team Coordinator:
Jimmy Mitchell

Assistant Coach:
Tim Davis

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Phoenix football

part of newspaper story

Week 3 Arizona high school football top performers

Brian Lynch, Phoenix Day School for the Deaf, RB, Sr.

In an 82-50 win over San Pasqual, he ran 17 times for 395 yards and seven
TDs and caught four passes for 100 yards and a TD.

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Texas football

part of newspaper story

Preseason All-VYPE Private School Football Team

Jack Scarboro (Texas School for the Deaf)

Kodi Lee (Texas School for the Deaf)

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Texas volleyball

TSD Volleyball Scoreboard

SACS Tournament

RRCA, 2
TSD, 0
(13-25, 20-25)

O’Connell, 0
TSD, 2
(25-9, 25-14)

Providence, 2
TSD, 1
( 23-25, 25-18, 21-25)

St. Mary, 1
TSD,  2
(25-27, 25-15, 25-18

John Paul II, 2
TSD, 1
(15-25, 27-25, 17-25)

Keystone, 1
TSD, 2
(24-26, 25-18, 25-21)

Record:  10-12

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random deafsports thoughts

Deaf rugby is not part of International Committee of
Sports for the Deaf

The reason is that Deaf rugby does not follow
deafness criteria rules (55 db hearing loss in
the better ear).

Do read part of the story below.

An Aylesbury rugby player Zoe Aubert went deaf in one ear after
having the MMR Vaccine at a year old and now she plays for the
England deaf rugby team.

note:
obviously there are players deaf in one ear that play
Deaf Rugby!

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