2019/10/31

DeafDigest Sports – October 31, 2019

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Hot DeafSports News at:
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— random deafsports thoughts

— upcoming football games in this final stretch of the season

— football tidbit & prediction

— yesterday’s football score

— Gallaudet volleyball

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2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 10/31/19

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

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2019 football scores
as of 10/28/19

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

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last week’s missing football score turned in

Kansas 57 Arkansas 13

upcoming football games

today’s game
Lake Quinault 68 Washington 60

Thursday’s games
Oct 31 Indiana in second round sectionals
Oct 31 Florida hosts Harvest Community (first round play off game)
Oct 31 Riverside hosts Desert Chapel
Oct 31 Fremont hosts Oakland Military Institute
Oct 31 Oklahoma at Life Christian Academy

Friday’s games
Nov 1  Texas at Waco Reicher Catholic
Nov 1  Model at Hancock HS
Nov 1  Alabama hosts Gaylesville

Saturday game
Nov 2  Maryland hosts Virginia Spartans

note:
other schools have completed their football
seasons and are now focusing on basketball

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Gallaudet volleyball

Bison get tricked at Goucher

TOWSON, Md. – The Gallaudet University women’s volleyball team were
tricked by Goucher College here Wednesday night as the Bison lost, 3-0, at
the Decker Sports and Recreation Center (SRC). The straight-set sweep;
22-25, 23-25, 19-25, was a sweet treat for Goucher on it’s Sipke or Treat
Night at the SRC. The Gophers celebrated Halloween with a costume contest
and candy thrown into the crowd for each spike scored by the home team.

Gallaudet is 11-22

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Fremont sports

CHEERLEADING –

The team was off last week.  They will have a senior night ceremony at the
football field tomorrow at 4:30pm before our game against Oakland Military
Institute at
5pm.  On Monday, they will begin winter cheerleading tryouts and continue
to cheer for the football team until their season is over.

CROSS COUNTRY –

Their league meet today has been postponed to tomorrow at the same
location.  This is an unfortunate change of events for our Senior Night so
we will recognize the
Cross Country teams only tomorrow at 12:00pm during lunch time.

FOOTBALL –

Last week’s rivalry football game at St. Vincent de Paul was the best
football game I have ever been part of as a player, coach, or a fan and
the same was said for
those on the other side and many of our fans who made the trip to the
game!  There were 8 lead changes and our CSD boys frequently got clobbered
by the big boys of
the 9-1 Mustangs who were projected to win 40-8 but our boys kept on
getting up and remained with the game plan and had a great opportunity to
win the game but
didn’t hold off.  We showed our true level of play as we didn’t have a
full team earlier this year and this would have been the toughest CSD win
in a long time
against a marquee opponent.  We will look to bounce back against Oakland
Military Institute tomorrow here at home for our Senior Night at 5pm
(presentation at
4:30).  Since this was one heck of a game, I would like to share with you
all the positive letter from St. Vincent’s coach (attached) and articles
about us.  Boys,
we all are proud of you!

VOLLEYBALL –

CSD Volleyball had a tough run last week in the BCL Playoffs.  While our
season ends at 11-16 and our 8 straight league championship has ended, we
want to recognize
the Volleyball program for their high level of play for such a long time.
The team improved tremendously from day one to the end and still beat
Riverside twice.
Girls, we all are proud of you for holding the torch such a long time.
Congratulations!

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK –

CALEL ARAMBOLES – Our senior running back has been held back on many
recent blowouts so it was good to see him sweat it out and play in nearly
every CSD down on
Offense, Defense, and Special Teams against St. Vincent.  With multiple
college scouts and news coverage in attendance, Calel delivered a classic
and left
everything on the field, accounting for 19 tackles, 194 all-purpose yards,
3 touchdowns, and forced a critical fumble that almost clinched CSD the
win with 1:33
left.

ESTHER BISER – Our returning Athlete of the Year ended her CSD Career with
a BCL All-Tournament and Spikeout All-Tournament recognition and we expect
that many more
honors will follow.  She has carried the young Eagles very well this year
with her patience and leadership.  Over the years, Esther has been
dominating at many
roles in many positions, at many sports.  Congratulations!

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Illinois volleyball

ISD finished their season last evening with a two-set loss to Triopia High
School in the first round of the IHSA Regional tournament.  The team
finished the season
with an 0 – 15 record.

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Indiana football

part of newspaper story

Indy-area football sectional semifinal predictions

Park Tudor (2-7) at Indiana Deaf (4-3), Class A Sectional 46: The prize
for winning this game is likely a meeting with top-ranked Lutheran.
Indiana Deaf defeated Edinburgh 42-28 last week for the program’s first
sectional win since 2015. Park Tudor 24, Indiana Deaf 23.

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St Mary’s volleyball

The Lady Bisons took on the Rochester Wildcats yesterday in Rochester.
After a slow start the first set, the girls were feeling quite defeated
but they came back
and were able to shake off a little of their intimidation and managed some
great volleys against the opposing team in the second and third sets.
Unfortunately, they
could not seem to fight back enough to pull off an win and fell to
Rochester in three straight sets. It was a low serving game for us with
Julia Bronneberg managing
9 service points and Aleyshka Rivera managing 8 for the highs. The girls’
net game was strong with three of them: Cameron Cole, Elise Watson, and
Emma Foster each
earning 3 attacks and 1 kill each throughout the game. Brionna Zuppa and
Kearah Kelly kept their cool long enough to pull of some great saves and
are really showing
their growth on the team. Overall, it was a much better game than our
first encounter with Rochester and we will get one more chance at them
this weekend for the
ESDAA tournament in Pittsburg. Wish the girls luck for this weekend and
the end of their season. They have really grown as a team and we could not
be happier with
their progress.

Sets:

5-25

14-25

10-25

Record

2-9

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Texas football

part of newspaper story

Week 9 Built Ford Tough High School Football Players of the Week

Private: Kodi Lee, Senior, Running Back, Texas School for the Deaf
The Texas School for the Deaf Rangers beat out San Marcos Academy, 21-0. A
huge contributor for this victory was running back Kodi Lee. The senior
had 39 carries at 270 yards and three touchdowns.

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Texas volleyball

TSD VB team took care of business during area playoffs against Bay Area
Christian. After losing the first set, Lady Rangers regrouped and took
down Bay Area in 3 straight sets. TSD Rangers will face Geneva School of
Boerne (32-3) on November 2nd.

Are Playoff
Bay Area Christian 1
TSD 3
(22-25, 25-16, 25-19, 25-21)

Regional Playoff

Geneva School of Boerne (33-3)
TSD (26-14)

Date: November 2
Time: 1:00 pm
Location: San Marcos Academy, 2801 Ranch Rd 12, San Marcos, TX 78666

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Washington sports

Lady Terriers 0 vs Three Rivers Christian 3

TRC 25 – WSD 8

TRC 25 – WSD 13

TRC 25 – WSD 13

Final Record 6-12 (League 0-8)

Terriers 60 vs. Oakville 68

Final Record: 3-4

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random deafsports thoughts

Florida School for the Deaf and Blind football team
allows blind boys to play football.

None of them are playing this season.

For the most recent seasons there have been
a few blind players each season.

The 1979 unbeaten team had a blind starter at
defensive tackle.

Recalls a teammate:
He played so well. We depended on him for
telling us when the opponent QB yelled,
telling his teammates to change the the play
before the snap. The blind player would
use hand signals for pass or run. It was cool!

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2019/10/30

DeafDigest Sports – October 30, 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 in this final stretch of the season

— volleyball update

— hall of fame induction

— soccer team reaches playoff championship finals

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2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 10/30/19

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

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2019 football scores
as of 10/28/19

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

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last week’s missing football score turned in

Kansas 57 Arkansas 13

upcoming football games

today’s game
Oct 30 Washington at Lake Quinault

Thursday’s games
Oct 31 Indiana in second round sectionals
Oct 31 Florida hosts Harvest Community (first round play off game)
Oct 31 Riverside hosts Desert Chapel
Oct 31 Fremont hosts Oakland Military Institute
Oct 31 Oklahoma at Life Christian Academy

Friday’s games
Nov 1  Texas at Waco Reicher Catholic
Nov 1  Model at Hancock HS
Nov 1  Alabama hosts Gaylesville

Saturday game
Nov 2  Maryland hosts Virginia Spartans

note:
other schools have completed their football
seasons and are now focusing on basketball

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland beat King Abdullah Academy, 3-0
Scores: 25-21, 25-10, 25-10
Record: 20-12-1

Stats
Citrine Lummer
8 kills, 1 assist, 7 digs, 4 aces

Milana Bielucke
7 digs

Sascha Tansky
6 assists, 2 digs, 3 aces

Crystal Salit
10 assists, 2 kills, 1 dig

Sierra Herzig-Wilcox
4 kills, 2 digs, 3 aces

Thalia Guettler
2 kills

Ariella Zfati
2 digs, 1 kill

Hanna Johnston-Shaw
4 digs

Hannah Weiss
6 kills, 8 digs, 3 aces

Maryland JV beat King Abdullah Academy, 2-1
Scores: 26-24, 22-25, 15-8
Record: 16-9-2

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Phoenix Volleyball

BASIS Phoenix 3, PDSD 0
Final season record: 2-17
Highlight: 3rd Place Finish In Spike Out Division II at CSDR.

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Rhode Island hall of fame

part of newspaper story

RIIL to induct loaded 2019 Hall of Fame class

Jerry Dandeneau – Beginning with his days as the girls basketball and boys
soccer coach at the R.I. School for the Deaf in the mid-1970s, Dandeneau
has served the state’s high school student-athletes for the better part of
five decades. He also served stints as the North Providence High School
and East Greenwich High baseball coach, has been a basketball official
since 1984 and has served as the RIIL’s sport director for Unified
Basketball and Unified Volleyball since 2010.

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St Mary’s soccer

In dramatic fashion, the Bison’s beat Central Baptist in a #2 seed vs #3
seed semi-final match-up yesterday to advance to our first ever NFCAA
championship.  Both
teams played cautiously throughout the entire match and were very
deliberate when choosing their opportunities to go on the attack.  Mobin
Abdollahi continued his
recent hot streak by netting his 5th goal of the season off a left footed
shot just outside the 18 yard line that gave our team the edge on the
scoreboard.
Unfortunately, our lead was short lived as the Lions were able to strike
back with a shot that was just over the head and out of the reach of Isa
Habeeb to tie the
game 1-1 at halftime.  In the 2nd half, both teams had their fair share of
chances to score and put the game away, but in the closing minutes it was
clear that this
match was not going to be decided in regulation.  NFCAA league playoff
rules require a double 5 minute sudden death overtime period.  If neither
team can score
after the overtime periods, the game will proceed to a 5 player shootout
to determine the winner.  The Bison’s game plan for overtime was to make
sure our players
kept their emotions in check.  When you get too emotional on the field,
you begin to do things tactically that you wouldn’t ordinarily do.  Both
teams were careful
to not allow any defensive breakdowns and after 10 minutes of overtime the
game remained knotted 1-1.  In a strategic move, the Bison’s changed
goalies for the
shootout and opted  to go with Nick Barrus in between the posts.  The
Bison’s won the coin toss and elected to shoot first in a calculated plan
to put the pressure
on our opponent that if we had scored on our first attempt, Central
Baptist would feel the extra burden to answer.  Brady Bartell, Ryan
Brzezinski, Farhad Ghorbani,
and Magdi Mohammed each stepped up for a goal while Nick Barrus was able
to make a few saves to give the Bison’s the victory .  Our players and
fans were excited to
see us come out on top and look forward to participating in the
championship game against #1 seed Chesterton Academy on Thursday at home
at 4pm.  Please wish the
our team congrats and good luck.

Overall Record: 8-5

NFCAA Record: 6-3

ESDAA Record: 2-2

Individual Stats:

Mobin Abdollahi: 1 goal(5th of the season)

Brady Bartell: 1 goal(5th of season)

Ryan Brzezinski: 1 goal(2nd of the season)

Farhad Ghorbani: 1 goal(2nd of the season)

Magdi Mohammed: 1 goal(2nd of the season)

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random deafsports thoughts

When a deaf team (in any sport) is #1 in the
nation, DeafDigest Sports always calls it as
the Team of the Year.

These excited schools make the announcement
that they are national champions.

This is not correct. National champions
survive elimination tournaments. The
Team of the Year is hand-picked.

Two different things.

But if these schools still call themselves
National Champions, DeafDigest Sports is
not going to make it an issue!

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2019/10/29

DeafDigest Sports – October 29, 2019

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

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

— random deafsports thoughts

— assorted tidbits

— upcoming football games in this final stretch of the season

…………………………………………………….

2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 10/29/19

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

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2019 football scores
as of 10/28/19

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

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last week’s missing football score turned in

Kansas 57 Arkansas 13

upcoming football games

Oct 30 Washington at Lake Quinault

Oct 31 Indiana in second round sectionals
Oct 31 Florida hosts Harvest Community (first round play off game)
Oct 31 Riverside hosts Desert Chapel
Oct 31 Fremont hosts Oakland Military Institute
Oct 31 Oklahoma at Life Christian Academy

Nov 1  Texas at Waco Reicher Catholic
Nov 1  Model at Hancock HS
Nov 1  Alabama hosts Gaylesville

Nov 2  Maryland hosts Virginia Spartans

note:
other schools have completed their football
seasons and are now focusing on basketball

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Alabama sports

Lady Warriors (volleyball)Class 1A Area 9
Ragland 3  Alabama 0

Season record: 14 – 22

Silent Warriors (football)
FSDB 44  Alabama 18

Season record: 4 – 5

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Kentucky swimming

part of newspaper story

Alignment set for 2019 high school swimming season

Region 6 – Anderson County, Boyle County, Collins, Danville, East
Jessamine, Eminence, Frankfort, Franklin County, Garrard County, Henry
County, Kentucky School f/t Deaf, Lincoln County, Mercer County, North
Oldham, Oldham County, Owen County, Shelby County, South Oldham, Spencer
County, West Jessamine, Western Hills, Woodford County.

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Missouri football

part of newspaper story

High school football: Missouri School for the Deaf 69, Wisconsin School
for the Deaf 13

Senior running back Mikal Meriweather rushed for 221 yards and seven
touchdowns on just seven carries as the host Missouri School for the Deaf
Eagles ended their season by flattening the Wisconsin School for the Deaf
Firebirds in a 69-13 rout Saturday night.

Senior running back Damar Washington gained 100 yards and also scored a
touchdown for MSD. Junior wide receiver Connor Luper had three catches for
102 yards and also logged 12 tackles and two sacks from his lineman
position on defense.

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Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Volleyball

Volleyball

Date: Monday, October 28, 2019 at 4:30 PM

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 3

Sandy Spring Friends School: 0

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Texas football

San Marcos Academy  (6-3)
TSD (4-4)

SMA            0        0       0     0       0
TSD             7        7       7     0      21

Scoring Summary
T – Lee  59 yd run(Lee kick)
T – Lee  48 yd run(Lee kick)
T – Lee 12 yards run  (Lee kick)

Individual Stats
Rushing:

Kodi Lee- 39 carries for 270 yards, 3 TDs
Brandon Brentham- 5 carries for 33 yards

Passing:
Kylar Sicoli 1-5 for 14 yards

Receiving:
Taran Johnson- 14 yards

Defense

Jack Scarboro led the team with 11 tackles and 1 sack. Kodi Lee also
contributed with 7 tackles and deflected 4 passes. Zarek Nathanson and
Brandon Brentham made 5 tackles each.

Total Yards :
TSD:  329 yards (315 rushing/14 passing)

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random deafsports thoughts

a tweet said:
There have been no deaf baseball players since Curtis Pride in 90s.

this tweet is puzzling. We have had a few deaf players in the
minor leagues. We have a deaf collegiate baseball team at
Gallaudet. We have a half-dozen deaf schools with baseball
teams. There are some deaf baseball players on high
school and college teams.

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2019/10/28

DeafDigest Sports – October 28, 2019

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

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

— random deafsports thoughts, no football kickoffs!

— missing football score turned in

— a football tidbit

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2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 10/28/19

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

…………………………………………….

2019 football scores
as of 10/28/19

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

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last week’s missing football score turned in

Kansas 57 Arkansas 13

upcoming football games

Oct 30 Washington at Lake Quinault

Oct 31 Indiana in second round sectionals
Oct 31 Florida in first round play off game
Oct 31 Riverside hosts Desert Chapel
Oct 31 Fremont hosts Oakland Military Institute
Oct 31 Oklahoma at Life Christian Academy

Nov 1  Texas at Waco Reicher Catholic
Nov 1  Model at Hancock HS
Nov 1  Alabama hosts Gaylesville

Nov 2  Maryland hosts Capitol Christian Academy

note:
other schools have completed their football
seasons and are now focusing on basketball

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Fremont football

part of newspaper story

St. Vincent holds off California School for the Deaf in Wild finish

St. Vincent High School’s Mustangs were the last team scoring and the last
team standing Saturday night in a wild 51-44 win over California School
for the Deaf.

Playing under temporary lights in their Yarbrough Field home, the Mustangs
scored on a 68-yard pass connection between quarterback Jacob Porteous and
wide receiver Jeremy Bukolsky with just 55 seconds remaining in the game
tp pull out their ninth victory in 10 games.

CSD’s Eagles, despite a solid 5-3 season, could be on the outside looking
in come playoff time. The Eagles are ranked No. 12 in the division with
only eight teams making the playoffs.

CSD certainly performed like a playoff caliber team Saturday night,
matching the Mustangs big play for big play in a wildly entertaining
football teams between two independent schools.

CSD’s Calel Aramboles showed why he is a high-school All-American on the
game’s opening kickoff, grabbing the ball in the middle of a bevy of
would-be St. Vincent tacklers and racing 81 yards for a touchdown before
an offensive play had been run.

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random deafsports thoughts

A fan watched videos of two football games that Florida played against
two deaf teams and was puzzled.

No kick offs at all.  It also puzzled DeafDigest Sports editor.

A query was made and the response was this:

True.   No kickoffs at all here in Florida 8-man games.
Ball placed on 25 yd line to start game, start 2nd half,
and after touchdowns.

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2019/10/27

DeafDigest Sports – October 27, 2019

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

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

— random deafsports thoughts

— yesterday’s football scores

— Gallaudet updates

— football tidbits

— a past Gallaudet football story

— cross country update

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2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 10/27/19

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

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2019 football scores
as of 10/21/19

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

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football games this week

score earlier this week
Kansas 53 Iowa 32

Thursday’s score
Washington 75 Wishkah 34

Friday’s scores
Indiana 42 Edinburgh 28 (season continues; 2nd round sectionals)
Model 42 Chincoteague HS 7
Texas 21 San Marcos Academy 0

Bloomington Christian 62 Riverside 20

Saturday’s scores
St Vincent de Paul 51 Fremont 44

Florida 44 Alabama 18
Maryland 45 Mississippi 14
Missouri 25 Wisconsin 18
Oklahoma 52 Minnesota 12

score unavailable
Oct 26 Kansas at Arkansas

cancelled
Oct 24 Colorado at Edison
(lack of Colorado players)

next week’s schedule of games will be posted tomorrow

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Gallaudet updates

men’s soccer
GU gets doubled up by SUNY Cobleskill, 4-2

COBLESKILL, N.Y. – Gallaudet University dropped a tough 4-2 men’s soccer
game here Saturday to SUNY Cobleskill in a North Eastern Athletic
Conference (NEAC) game.

Gallaudet (1-13-1, 1-8 NEAC) fell behind early to SUNY Cobleskill (8-4-4,
6-1-2 NEAC) and had to chase the Fighting Tigers the entire game

women’s soccer

Bison tame Fighting Tigers on the road, 3-2

COBLESKILL, N.Y. – The Gallaudet University women’s soccer team escaped,
3-2, in its Saturday showdown with SUNY Cobleskill in a North Eastern
Athletic Conference (NEAC) game.

Gallaudet (5-9-1, 2-6-1 NEAC) scored the game’s first two goals and held
off SUNY Cobleskill (3-12-1, 1-7-1 NEAC), down the stretch as the Fighting
Tigers scored two of the final three goals.

football

Gallaudet drops homecoming game to Dean in key ECFC showdown on Senior Day

WASHINGTON – It was another high-scoring Eastern Collegiate Football
Conference (ECFC) game at Hotchkiss Field here Saturday but this time
Gallaudet University was on the losing end of a 56-35 defeat to Dean
College before a homecoming/senior day crowd of 3,161.

Gallaudet (2-4, 2-1 ECFC), who defeated Alfred State 62-41 last Saturday,
couldn’t slow down Dean (3-4, 3-0 ECFC) in the second and third quarters
as the visiting Bulldogs outscored the Bison, 36-0.

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Florida football

FSDB 44-18 Alabama 10/26/19

Wow, what a regular season we’ve had.  We managed to keep the 2nd column
untarnished today by besting Alabama SD 44-18 in our regular season
finale.  We’re now
heading to the SSAC 8-man playoffs with a 7-0 record.

Today’s game was very hard fought and many players are now sporting tons
of bumps and bruises.  Alabama was able to match up well with us
physically and kept the
outcome in doubt until we managed the game’s last 4 touchdowns.

Our defense was stellar once again in the 2nd half after giving up 2 long
runs for a touchdown in the 2nd quarter.  Our boys really played with
heart and stuck to
their assignments even when the going was getting tough.  As the old adage
says, defense does win games!

Offensively, we had our most complete game of the season!  It prides me to
say that we had 3 players go over 100 years each ALONG with over 100
passing yards!  That
is my goal for every game, and to do it on Homecoming makes it extra
special.

We will now shift our focus onto the SSAC 8-man playoffs with the link to
our league website below:
https://www.sunshinestateathletics.com/page/show/5114839?subseason=619614&tab=content

We don’t know who our opponent is yet.  But we do know that we will be
playing at HOME on 10/31 either at 6pm or 7pm.
Once the seedings are worked out, I will send another email.

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SCORING SUMMARY
1q- ASD 88 int ret (2pt fail) 0-6
1q- FSDB Merced 4 run (2pt Prinzler pass from MattGuilliou) 8-6
2q- ASD 63 run (2pt fail) 8-12
2q- FSDB Douglas 55 run (2pt fail) 14-12
2q- ASD 83 run (2pt fail) 14-18
2q- FSDB MattGuiliou 75 run (2pt Douglas run) 22-18
2q- FSDB Merced 22 run (2pt Douglas run) 30-18
3q- FSDB Merced 4 run (2pt Prinzler pass from Guiliou) 38-18
4q- FSDB Merced 10 run (2pt fail) 44-18

RUSHING
Douglas 13-159 1td 2pat, Merced 17-120 4td, Matt Guillou 11-109 1td

PASSING
Matthew Guillou 4/6 115 1int 2pat

RECEIVING
Marcus Guillou 3-64, Kyle Prinzler 1-51 2pat

DEFENSE
MattG 12t 2tfl, Cabrera 10t 1tfl, Merced 7t 1tfl, Douglas 7t 1tfl, MarG 6t
1tfl, Zahira 6t, Prinzler 4t, Polk 2t, Veloz 2t, Tellez-Baxcajay 2t,
Pellicer 1t 1fr,
Hunt 1t, Solis 1t,

note:
they played the final quarter in rain. Fans left the stands and watched
livestream from the gym lobby and the nearby gazebo.

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Maryland cross country

MSD Cross Country Results (10/26 @ NOVA)

Results from NOVA Invitational – Leesburg, VA (unofficial)

High School – 5K race
Lera Walkup   26:04
Michael Williams   26:44
Yireh Sanchez   29:59

Middle School – 3K race
Josiah Lockhart   13:44
Zeke Ortiz  14:38
Louis Ortiz  17:02
Jonah Abenchuchan  17:05

Elementary (9/10 age group) – 3K race
Keene Shank   13:45
Blane Shank   15:45
Tobias Lockhart  16:29

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Maryland football

Mississippi SD (2-7) – 14
MSD (8-1) – 45

MissSD       0        6         0       8       14
MSD           13      25       7        0       45

Scoring Summary

M- Ortiz 15yd run (Kick failed)
M- Joseph 12yd run (E.Sheppeck kick)
M- Otto 20yd pass from Joseph (Run failed)
M- Otto 15yd pass from Joseph (Kick failed)
M- Wilson 4yd run (Kick failed)
MS- Mays 82yd Kickoff Return (Run failed)
M- N.Sheppeck 16yd run (E.Sheppeck kick)
M- Otto 59yd pass from Joseph (Sheppeck kick)
MS- Meeks 28yd run (Sledge run)

Individual Stats
Rushing
Ethan Sheppeck: 7-115
Jaden Joseph: 7-79; 1 TDs
Zion Ortiz: 5-77; 1 TD

Passing:
Jaden Joseph: 7-10; 130 yards; 3 TDs

Receiving:
Enow Otto: 6-127; 3 TDs

Miguel Pavao led the team with 14 tackles. Jaden Joseph had an
interception.

Total Yards :
MSD: 435 yards (305 rushing/130 passing)
Miss: 120 yards (120 rushing/0 passing yards)

note:
it was a 8-man game, the second such 8-man game in Maryland’s
football history. It was part of the Maryland-Mississippi
home and home agreement. Mississippi played 11 man at
Maryland and Maryland returned the favor by playing
8-man at Mississippi

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Oklahoma Football

It was very beautiful weather but it was our first game experience with
cold weather which it didn’t bother at Minnesota because they raised to
live in cold
weather.  However, we won 52-12, just in a few seconds after the halftime.
Minnesota decided to call out.  We are the official GPSD Co-Champ with New
Mexico
because we are the only undefeated GPSD records.

Next last game:  We will play Life Christian Academy in OKC on Halloween
Day for 8-man football.

Minnesota – 12
Oklahoma – 52

Record:  5-0 (GPSD) Overall 5-2

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Texas football

part of newspaper story

San Marcos Academy Drops Road Game To Rangers

San Marcos Academy (6-3, 1-2 district) came up short in its road matchup
with Texas School for the Deaf (4-4, 1-1), falling 21-0 Friday night in
Austin.

The Rangers scored one touchdown in each of the first three quarters of
the game before being shutout in the fourth

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random deafsports thoughts

from a tweet

There’s a deaf school in Santa Fe that plays 8 man football and uses a
drum instead of a snap count.

note:
New Mexico basically plays 6-man football but will go up to 8-man
against certain deaf opponents

How many deaf football teams still use the drum?

Gallaudet gave up the drum years ago when the quarterback
complained to the coach that the beats disrupted his
efforts with the audibles.

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A past Gallaudet football story

part of newspaper story

Five names to know in Tri-Valley League football (mid-Pennsylvania)

Gary Klingensmith, coach, Juniata

For 50 seasons there was hardly a better symbol of what the Tri-Valley
League was all about. Klingensmith, who grew up south of Pittsburgh, led
Penn State’s 1963 team in rushing. Losing his hearing at age 5,
Klingensmith would eventually turn down a free agent offer from the New
York Jets to coach at Gallaudet University in 1965. Three years later,
Klingensmith began his long tenure at Juniata. Prior to his retirement at
the end of last season, Klingensmith became the 17th coach in Pa. football
history to reach 300 wins. His overall mark at Juniata was 302-213-6.

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2019/10/26

DeafDigest Sports – October 26, 2019

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

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

— random deafsports thoughts

— football games today

— yesterday’s football scores

— a football playoff win

— football, and soccer updates

— Gallaudet updates

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2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 10/26/19

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

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2019 football scores
as of 10/21/19

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

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football games this week

score earlier this week
Kansas 53 Iowa 32

Thursday’s score
Washington 75 Wishkah 34

Friday’s scores
Indiana 42 Edinburgh 28 (season continues; 2nd round sectionals)
Model 42 Chincoteague HS 7
Texas 21 San Marcos Academy 0

Bloomington Christian 62 Riverside 20

Saturday’s games
Oct 26 Fremont at St Vincent de Paul
Oct 26 Kansas at Arkansas
Oct 26 Minnesota at Oklahoma
Oct 26 Wisconsin at Missouri
Oct 26 Maryland at Mississippi
Oct 26 Alabama at Florida

cancelled
Oct 24 Colorado at Edison
(lack of Colorado players)

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Gallaudet football

Benton’s 35-yard touchdown run selected as ECFC Play of the Week

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Gallaudet volleyball

GU gives it’s all in NEAC crossover on Senior Day/Homecoming weekend

The Gallaudet University women’s volleyball team played inspired here
Friday afternoon in the Field House as the Bison hosted a North Eastern
Athletic Conference (NEAC) crossover day with three other conference foes
on homecoming weekend.

Gallaudet (11-21, 7-3 NEAC) was able to split its two matches between
Cazenovia College and first-place Morrisville State College.

The Bison swept the Wildcats from Cazenovia; 25-14, 25-8, 25-15.

GU turned around to face Morrisville St. (18-6, 10-0 NEAC), who entered
the match sitting on top of the NEAC standings and needed one more win to
clinch the regular-season title. The Bison tried to spoil the Mustangs’
goal as the buff and blue took the first set, 25-16. Gallaudet was in
position to take a 2-0 lead as it led 22-20 before the Mustangs rallied to
score five of the next six points. The two teams played a close third set
as the lead exchanged hands multiple times. The Bison held a 14-13 lead
before the Mustangs took over down the stretch. GU kept the set within a
point, 19-18, before Morrisville St. closed things out with six
consecutive points. The fourth and final set was another close battle as
the lead remained within a point or two. GU tied the set several times,
the last one came at 17 all, but couldn’t regain control as the Mustangs
won, 25-21. Morrisville will be the top-seed in the upcoming NEAC
tournament.

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Indiana football

part of newspaper story

Most, if not all, of the football players taking the field Friday night
weren’t born the last time Edinburgh and Indiana School for the Deaf met
in the postseason.

Unlike that first go-round, it was the Orioles coming out on top.

Led by the running of hard-charging junior Maurice Mitchell, Indiana Deaf
downed the Lancers, 42-28, in the opening round of their Class A
sectional. Edinburgh finishes with a 1-9 record.

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St Mary’s soccer

The Bison’s rounded out their regular season campaign with a convincing
4-1 win against the Stanley G. Falk School. Our team played with a
mission. Not only were we
trying to rebound from a tough loss earlier in the week, but with a
victory over the Falcons it would catapult the team into the NFCAA
playoffs. Despite the fact
that our opponent scored first, the Bison’s didn’t panic and continued to
control the tempo of the match. It wouldn’t be long before Mobin
Abdollahi. would blast a
few shots past Falk’s keeper to give us a 1 goal advantage heading into
halftime. The coaching staff reminded our squad to keep “the pedal to the
metal” by
pressuring the other teams defense and not just sitting back. Senior
captain, Nick Barrus, got the message loud and clear and collected 2 “blue
collar” goals and
tacked on to his team leading total. With a 3 goal differential, we were
able to substitute many of our players to give our starters a rest and our
deep bench more
experience heading into our playoff game next week Tuesday at home against
Central Baptist. Please wish the Bison’s congrats and good luck!

Overall Record: 7-5

NFCAA Record: 5-3

ESDAA Record: 2-2

Individual Stats:

Nick Barrus: 2 goals(13th & 14th of the season)

Mobin Abdollahi: 2 goals(3rd & 4th of the season)

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random deafsports thoughts

an obit of a deceased older deaf woman  said:

she played 6 on 6 basketball at Iowa School for the Deaf

note:
in 1986 when I started covering deaf sports, the school
was still playing 6 on 6 against hearing but switched
to 5 on 5 vs deaf

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2019/10/25

DeafDigest Sports – October 25, 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

— Indiana football prediction

— football, soccer and volleynall updates

— pre-season basketball rankings

— Gallaudet women’s soccer win

…………………………………………………….

2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 10/25/19

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

…………………………………………….

2019 football scores
as of 10/21/19

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

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football games this week

score earlier this week
Kansas 53 Iowa 32

Thursday’s score
Washington 75 Wishkah 34

Friday’s games
Oct 25 Riverside at Bloomington Christian
Oct 25 Texas hosts San Marcos Academy
Oct 25 Model hosts Chincoteague HS

Saturday’s games
Oct 26 Fremont at St Vincent de Paul
Oct 26 Kansas at Arkansas
Oct 26 Minnesota at Oklahoma
Oct 26 Wisconsin at Missouri
Oct 26 Maryland at Mississippi
Oct 26 Alabama at Florida

cancelled
Oct 24 Colorado at Edison
(lack of Colorado players)

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Gallaudet women’s soccer

Neild’s hat trick leads Gallaudet to victory

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University women’s soccer team shut out Trinity
Washington University, 4-0, here Thursday afternoon in a non-conference
game.

Sophomore midfielder/forward Hannah Neild (Litchfield, N.H.) scored a hat
trick to lead the Gallaudet offense. Neild scored the game’s first three
goals, two were unassisted. The final Gallaudet goal came from senior
defender Deltona Markel (Buda, Texas).

Senior goalie Silvya Levesque (Ballston Spa, N.Y.) made two saves in goal.

Gallaudet improves to 4-9-1 this season

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Delaware volleyball

Final Results:

10/22 Against ECS (Epworth Christian School): great matches!
DSD 17- ECS 25
DSD 21- ECS 25
DSD 25 – ECS 21
DSD 25- ECS 20
DSD 10- ECS 14

10/23 Against PSD: We won!

DSD 25- PSD 23

DSD 17- PSD 25

DSD 25 – PSD 11

DSD 25- PSD 21

Next week- last week of volleyball games!

Monday 10/28 against WVSD

Wednesday 10/30 against PSD

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Indiana football

part of newspaper story

if Indiana wins, then it is:
Nov. 1: Park Tudor (2-7) at Edinburgh-Indiana Deaf winner

part of another newspaper story

Class A

Indiana School for the Deaf (3-3) at Edinburgh (1-8)

Kickoff: 7 p.m.

Recent history: The Lancers have won the last three meetings in this
series, which has been dormant since 2011.

Sagarin ratings: Indiana Deaf minus-7.70 (311th), Edinburgh minus-2.58
(306th)

Players to watch: Indiana Deaf — QB/DB Jerrell Edwards, RB/LB Sabu
Middlebrook, WR/LB Tyler Wascher; Edinburgh — QB/DB Riley Palmeter, RB/LB
Austin Streeval, WR/DB Darius Bennett, WR/DB Caleb Dewey, WR/DB Lennon
DeLoach

What to look for: In a week otherwise devoid of competitive matchups
locally, this could be the most compelling game to watch. It could also
mean some history for the Lancers, who have never won sectional games in
back-to-back seasons. If they can pick up the victory on the road this
week, they’ll come home and play just their second November football game
in the last 27 years. Edinburgh’s offense has scored 52 points the last
two weeks after totaling 60 in its first seven games.

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland beat Middletown High School, 3-0
Scores: 25-21, 25-9, 29-27
Record: 19-12-1

Stats
Citrine Lummer
16 kills, 1 assist, 7 digs, 1 ace

Milana Bielucke
9 digs

Sascha Tansky
11 assists, 1 kill, 1 dig

Crystal Salit
11 assists, 1 dig

Sierra Herzig-Wilcox
4 kills, 1 ace

Ariella Zfati
6 digs, 8 aces

Hanna Johnston-Shaw
8 digs, 1 ace

Hannah Weiss
5 kills, 10 digs, 1 ace

Maryland JV lost to Middletown High School, 1-2
Scores: 25-16, 20-25, 13-15
Record: 15-9-2

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Rochester volleyball

RSD Volleyball team had a bad start against Wilson. We lost the first two
sets. I had to adjust the lineups to fit for girls and get ready for the
tournament next
weekend. So The last three sets, we figured it out and won all 3 sets to
take a 17th win of the season! (17-3)
Set 1 – 21-25 L
Set 2 – 23-25 L
Set 3 – 25-9 W
Set 4 – 25-15 W
Set 5 – 25-22 W

Overall Record: 17-3

Our next game on October 29 at 4 pm against St.Mary’s School for the Deaf.
We will have a Senior night for 3 of our players: Julia Ott, Bella Nasser,
and Cori
Moquette. Come and join us!

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St Mary’s volleyball

The Lady Bisons took on the Central Baptist Lions for their last home game
of the season. The girls came out strong, wanting to prove that they could
pull off a win this season, and that’s exactly what they did. Julia
Bronneberg had an amazing 20 service points and 6 aces as well as 6
attacks
and 2 kills. This was by far one of Julia’s best games and she has really
started to enjoy playing at the net. Cami Cole and Elise Watson both shed
some tears at their last volleyball home game as seniors, but they held it
together enough for Elise to have 11 service point and 3 attacks and Cami
to
pull off 7 points with 2 attacks. Aleyshka River continues to show her
improved skills by setting some great passes on the court and Emma Foster
and Kearah Kelly had some great back row digs. The lady Bisons will travel
to Rochester next week for their final game of the season before the ESDAA
tournament. Please congratulate all the girls on a game well played.

Sets:

22-25

25-15

15-10

Record:

2-8

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Texas girls’ basketball

PRIVATE SCHOOLS

4A — 1. Lubbock Trinity; 2. Lutheran North; 3. Lubbock Christian; 4.
Austin Texas School for the Deaf; 5. Colleyville Covenant Christian; 6.
Geneva Boerne; 7. Tyler All Saints; 8. Waco Reicher; 9. Arlington Grace
Prep; 10. Bay Area Christian

note:
basketball right now? No. The girls are busy playing volleyball;
their season continues as long as they win playoff games. One loss and
season ends, and they all switch to basketball.

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Texas volleyball

Correction. Bay Area is 16-6

Yesterday’s DeafDigest Sports posted the wrong won-lost
record of Bay Area, the playoff opponent

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Washington sports

Lady Terriers 0 vs Firm Foundation 3

FF 25 – WSD 4

FF 25 – WSD 13

FF 25 – WSD 12

Record 6-10 (League 0-6)

Terriers 75 vs Wishkah 34

Record: 3-3

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random deafsports thoughts

for some coaches/athletic directors of teams
(football, soccer and volleyball) that finished
their seasons:

please pay attention to your past emails because
DeafDigest Sports editor emailed invitations
to have your outstanding athletes nominated
for All-American honors. Please make sure
to nominate, if such nominations have not
been made. Some coaches have not turned
in their nominations, hence this message.

For teams whose seasons are still continuing,
just wait until your seasons have ended.

For other schools that do not turn in
their game scores on a regular basis,
invitations are not being extended.

Thank you.

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2019/10/24

DeafDigest Sports – October 24, 2019

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

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

— random deafsports thoughts, a 1931 basketball team picture

— football games this week

— a football prediction

— football, soccer and volleynall updates

…………………………………………………….

2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 10/24/19

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

…………………………………………….

2019 football scores
as of 10/21/19

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

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football games this week

yesterday’s score
Kansas 53 Iowa 32

Thursday’s game
Oct 24 Washington hosts Wishkah

Friday’s games
Oct 25 Riverside at Bloomington Christian
Oct 25 Texas hosts San Marcos Academy
Oct 25 Model hosts Chincoteague HS

Saturday’s games
Oct 26 Fremont at St Vincent de Paul
Oct 26 Kansas at Arkansas
Oct 26 Minnesota at Oklahoma
Oct 26 Wisconsin at Missouri
Oct 26 Maryland at Mississippi
Oct 26 Alabama at Florida

cancelled
Oct 24 Colorado at Edison
(lack of Colorado players)

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Colorado volleyball

Colorado lost to Cripple Creek Victor

11-25, 14-25, 25-19, 18-25

Record is 0-19

We will enter to Black Forest League Volleyball Tournament on Monday,
October 28th.

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Indiana football

newspaper predictions

Indy-area high school football Week 1 sectional predictions: Who ya got?

Edinburgh (1-8) at Indiana Deaf (3-3), Class A Sectional 46: Neither of
these programs have ever won a sectional title. Edinburgh 21, Indiana Deaf
16.

note:
a 1-8 team favored over a .500 team?

Let us look at maxpreps.

Edinburgh HS is ranked 13,482nd best in the nation
Indiana is ranked 13,955th best in the nation

so apparently the five-point difference reflects these rankings!

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Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Volleyball

Volleyball

Date: Wednesday, October 23, 2019 at 5:30 PM

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 3

Berman Hebrew Academy: 0

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New Mexico volleyball

What an exciting game for the end of the season. We won 70 to 52.
Washington School for the Deaf played well and gave us a hard time. We
made a few mental errors
and had some injuries, but we fought back and won the game. Bruce Jr.
threw for 180 yards and four touchdowns and rushed for 257 yards and three
touchdowns, 14
total tackles, and made one interception. Kieran V. had two rushing
touchdowns and one receiving touchdown. Our senior players played well for
their last game. Luis
made two rushing touchdowns and received 94 yards and three touchdowns. He
made 12 total tackles. Antonio played well on defense because he made the
WSD quarterback
hurry twice and made 11 total tackles.   Abe and I are proud of our boys.
They improved from the beginning of the season to the end of the season.
We are waiting
for the results of the Minnesota Academy State for the Deaf vs Oklahoma
School for the Deaf game on Oct. 26.  If MSAD wins, we will win the GPSD
championship.  If
OSD beats MSAD, we will be Co-Champions with Oklahoma

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Pennsylvania volleyball

On 10/23/19, @ Delaware School for the Daef, the PSD lady volleyball team
lost to DSD after putting up a good fight. Gia DiGiacomo scored 5 aces,
Natalya Gilmore scored 4 aces. Ashley was a starter for the first time in
this game and she played very well and had an amazing serve.

Result: DSD beat PSD 1-3 (22-25, 25-17,11/25, 21/25)

Record 2-6

Next games on 11/1-11/3 weekend @ Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf
host ESDAA Volleyball tournament.

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Rhode Island soccer

We opened our 2019 ESDAA Division 2 Soccer Tournament at NYSSD-Rome with a
game against Marie Katzenbach School for the Deaf in the first round. MKSD
and RISD has become very familiar with each other as we’ve played each
other seemingly in every soccer and basketball tournament over the last
two years!

MKSD was able to build a 2-0 halftime lead. We were able to strike first
in the second half and was poised to steal the momentum and tie the game
up — but we couldn’t convert on our opportunities and defeated ourselves
as MKSD added on three goals near the end of the game to win 5-1.

RISD  – 0  1  – 1
MKSD – 2  3  – 5

Jose S. – 1 Goal
Daury A. – 7 Saves

—–

Saturday 10/19

A new day and a new opportunity for our team to finish their season strong
with two guaranteed games today. The coaches challenged the team to do
this and earn that 5th place trophy, matching their results from last
year.

Our team came out strong and scored two goals to seize control and
momentum of the game. We would match our intensity in the second half and
added on one more goal for good measure, winning 3-0 to earn our first
victory of the season!

DSD –  0   0  – 0
RISD – 2   1  – 3

Jayden E. – 2 Goals
Yasmin S. – 1 Goal
Daury A. – 8 Saves, 1 Shutout

5th/6th Place Game

Coming off our first victory of the 2019 season – we wanted to close out
our tournament strong and that meant earning our second victory over a
familiar rival, NYSSD-Rome. The two schools have met up in the tournament
in the 5th/6th place for the third consecutive year and the series was
tied 1-1.

Rome struck first with a goal — but we wouldn’t let ourselves become
defeated as we were able to equalize the game before halftime. The second
half saw both defenses dig in and shots on goal were at a premium.
Regulation ended in a 1-1 tie, so we went to a three-ball shootout per
ESDAA Tournament bylaws.

Rome scored on their first attempt and we missed on our first. Rome missed
their second attempt and we were able to tie up the score on our second
attempt. Our goalie saved the ball on Rome’s third attempt… and our
young 6th grader struck the ball beautifully on our third attempt… and
it found the back of the net! We won the game and the 5th place trophy!

RISD –     1   0  – 1
NYSSD –  1  0  – 1
Three-Ball Shootout: RISD won 2-1

Jayden E. – 1 Goal
Daury A. – 5 Saves

Tournament Results: 5th Place of 8 Teams
Tournament All-Star: Yasmin S.

—–

Tuesday 10/22

Rhode Island played out our last game of the season at American School for
the Deaf on their Senior Day… it’s always tough especially after the
ESDAA Tournament weekend, but our team were prepared and would try their
best. We borrowed two players from ASD as we were short on eligible
players, but the kids tried their best!

ASD would build a 3-2 halftime lead, which was a very tightly contested
first half. After we swapped goalies, American pulled away with four goals
in the second half.

RISD –  2   0  – 2
ASD –   3   4  – 7

Jayden E. – 1 Goal

RISD Season Record: 2-8
Next Game: Season Over

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St Mary’s volleyball

The Lady Bisons faced off yesterday in their closest game yet against the
Global Gators. The girls showed how much they’ve grown this season with
some great volleys
and hustle throughout the game. Cami Cole lead the team in scoring with 15
service points and 5 aces. She was followed closely by Julia Bronneberg
with 12 points
and 3 aces and Aleyshka Rivera with 12 points. Julia also had a great game
at the net with 6 attacks and her first kill of the season. Emma Foster,
Elise Watson and
Brionna Zuppa all contributed amazingly on the floor and the girls refused
to give up right until the very end. Unfortunately, they just missed
pulling off a win
and will strive for their second of the season this Thursday Against
Central Baptist in their last home game of the season. We hope to see you
come out to support
us one last time.

Sets:

24-26

10-25

25-19

Record:

1-8

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Texas volleyball

TSD’s first round opponent will be against Bay Area Christian (7-16) at
TSD Seeger gym on October 29th at 6:00 pm.

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random deafsports thoughts

for an old-time basketball team, go to:
http://deafdigest.com/1931-basketball-team/

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2019/10/23

DeafDigest Sports – October 23, 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

— yesterday’s football, soccer and volleyball updates

— Gallaudet homecoming schedule & football honor

…………………………………………………….

2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 10/23/19

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

…………………………………………….

2019 football scores
as of 10/21/19

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

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football games this week

yesterday’s score
Kansas 53 Iowa 32

Thursday’s game
Oct 24 Washington hosts Wishkah

Friday’s games
Oct 25 Riverside at Bloomington Christian
Oct 25 Texas hosts San Marcos Academy
Oct 25 Model hosts Chincoteague HS

Saturday’s games
Oct 26 Fremont at St Vincent de Paul
Oct 26 Kansas at Arkansas
Oct 26 Minnesota at Oklahoma
Oct 26 Wisconsin at Missouri
Oct 26 Maryland at Mississippi
Oct 26 Alabama at Florida

cancelled
Oct 24 Colorado at Edison
(lack of Colorado players)

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Gallaudet Homecoming 2019 Athletics Schedule

Friday, Oct. 25
Women’s Volleyball vs. Cazenovia in Field House, 2 p.m.
Women’s Volleyball vs. Morrisville St. in Field House, 4 p.m.

Pep Rally in Field House, 7:30 p.m. (after completion of volleyball
matches)

Saturday, Oct. 26
Hotchkiss Field gates open, 11 a.m.
Alumni Parade at Hotchkiss Field, 12:15 p.m.
Football vs. Dean at Hotchkiss Field, 1 p.m.

Sunday, Oct. 27
Baseball scrimmage vs. PGCC, 10 a.m.

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Gallaudet football

GU’s RJ Randle named ECFC Offensive Player of the Week

MARSHFIELD, Mass. – The Eastern Collegiate Football Conference (ECFC)
announced its weekly honors for the week of Oct. 21 and Gallaudet
University junior RJ Randle (McCalla, Ala.) was named Offensive Player of
the Week.

Randle ran for a career-best 239 yards on 14 carries (average of 17.1 per
rush) and scored two touchdowns of 32 and 59 yards in the second half as
Gallaudet defeated Alfred State, 62-41. The 239 rushing yards in a game is
a new program record during the modern era of Gallaudet football. Randle
leads the ECFC in rushing with 425 rushing yards on 47 carries in five
games (85.0 yards average per game) with five touchdowns.

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Florida cross country

part of newspaper story

Northeast Florida high school cross country district schedules

District 3-1A

At Suwannee Country Club, Live Oak

Wednesday, 9 a.m. (girls), 9:45 a.m. (boys)

Area teams: Beaches Chapel, Bishop Snyder, Christ’s Church, Eagle’s View,
Florida Deaf, Hilliard, Providence, St. Johns Country Day, St. Joseph,
Trinity Christian, University Christian.

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Fremont volleyball

Volleyball BCL Semifinals

Will be at Making Wave Academy on Wednesday October 23 –
4123 Lakeside Drive in Richmond.

#3 CSD will play #2 Holy names at 5pm and if we win, we will play
on Friday at 7pm at the same location.

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Iowa football

Iowa Deaf Football

We lost to the Kansas School for the Deaf today in our season finale,
53-32.  We were hurt by the turnover bug once again, losing five fumbles.
We also had some
penalties that hurt us.  KSD was able to take a 20-0 lead before we got
ourselves under control and started to play some ball.  However, we gave
up two big plays in
the 2nd quarter that really hurt us and allowed KSD to keep their distance
on us.  We actually got within nine points at the end of the 3rd quarter,
34-25, but we
imploded in the 4th quarter and KSD pulled away.
Offensively, we were led by Damien Holste with 15 rushes for 113 yards, 3
TDs, and 1 PAT run.  Gregory Kazeba added 67 yards on 8 carries and 2 TDs.
Holste and
Kazeba combined for 4 of 11 passing for 40 yards, and one PAT pass.  Our
passing game was very limited by the wind and KSD’s blitzes.  Kazeba had 2
receptions for
26 yards, while Holste had the other reception for 11 yards.  As a team,
we rushed 30 times for 174 yards, 5 TDs, and 1 PAT.

Defensively, Kazeba led us with 13 solo tackles, 5 assists, 1 tackle for
loss, 2 fumble recoveries, and an interception which he returned for 24
yards.  Holste had
10 solo tackles and 2 assists.  As a team, we had 32 solo tackles, 12
assists, and 4 tackles for loss.  We definitely made KSD work for some of
their points.

Scoring summary:
1st quarter
KSD-#50 2 run; PAT-pass from #7 to #1  KSD, 7-0
KSD-#50 3 pass from #5; PAT-pass from #5 to #1  KSD 14-0
2nd quarter
KSD-#16 63 run; PAT run failed  KSD 20-0
ISD-Holste 30 run, PAT run failed  KSD 20-6
KSD-#7 65 kickoff return; #50 PAT run  KSD 27-6
ISD-Holste 8 run; Holste PAT run  KSD 27-13
KSD-#50 2 run; #50 PAT run  KSD 34-13
3rd quarter
ISD-Holste 5 run; PAT run failed  KSD 34-19
ISD-Kazeba 43 run; PAT run failed  KSD 34-25
4th quarter
KSD-#16 15 run; PAT pass failed  KSD 40-25
KSD-#50 3 run; PAT pass failed  KSD 46-25
KSD-#7 18 pass from #5; PAT pass #1 from #5  KSD 53-25
ISD-Kazeba 45 run; PAT Angel Torres pass from Kazeba  KSD 53-32

Score by quarters:
KSD-14-20-0-19=53
ISD-0-13-12-7=32

We close the season at 2-4.  We lose four seniors: Angel Torres, Nathan
Weigel, Jacob Taylor, and Jayden Kohl.  We thank them for their
participation in our
football program for the past four years.  We will miss their leadership
and determination on the field.

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland lost to Frederick High School, 0-3
Scores: 26-28, 17-25, 16-25
Record: 18-12-1

Stats
Citrine Lummer
10 kills, 3 digs, 2 aces

Milana Bielucke
9 digs, 2 aces

Sascha Tansky
9 assists, 1 dig, 3 aces

Crystal Salit
9 assists, 1 dig

Thalia Guettler
2 digs

Sierra Herzig-Wilcox
2 kills, 1 assist, 1 block

Ariella Zfati
8 digs

Hanna Johnston-Shaw
8 digs, 2 aces

Hannah Weiss
7 kills, 2 assists, 2 blocks, 5 digs

Maryland JV beat Frederick HS, 2-0
Scores: 25-16, 25-16
Record: 15-8-2

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Rochester volleyball

Charter School (EMHCS) team don’t have their own gym to have the senior
night. We are lucky to have a wonderful person, Mary Cook, allowed them to
come over to our
gym. So that way, they can have senior night on our gym. They definitely
appreciated it very much! EMHCS team looked solid in the beginning of the
game. End of 2nd
set, We were tied 1-1.  We decided to change the strategy to remove the
Libero to allow Emma Kane to play the front row as the right side.
Therefore, she had a
chance to make some hits and had 5 kills in the last 2 sets.
Set 1 – 25-16 W
Set 2 – 22-25 L
Set 3 – 25 – 12 W
Set 4 – 26 – 24 W

Overall Record: 16 – 3

Our next game on Wednesday at 4:30 pm against Wilson.

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St Mary’s soccer

The Bison’s started off a little sluggish against Chesterton Academy
yesterday. It took our team until the 15:00 minute mark of the match to
truly “find our legs”.
Admittedly, our team was lucky to have survived the 1st half and escape by
only a 1 goal deficit. In the 2nd half, we initially responded well by
generating more
shots and putting some pressure on our opponent. The Bison’s were rewarded
for their efforts when Nick Barrus scored his team leading 12th goal of
season and tied
the game at 1-1. Unfortunately, immediately following our goal, Chesterton
sprinted down the field and caught our defense and goalie on their heels
with a passing
tic tac toe goal and regained the advantage. That’s when the flood gates
opened and the #1 ranked team in the NFCAA was able to turn up their game
to a higher level
and exploded for 3 more goals. The Bison’s maintained their composure and
continued to make good plays but it was too little too late. We lost 5-1.
We have one more
vital regular season game left this week Thursday against the Stanley G.
Falk School. If we win we will have qualified for the playoffs next week.
Please wish the
team good luck.

Overall Record: 6-5

NFCAA Record: 4-3

ESDAA Record: 2-2

Individual Stats:

Nick Barrus: 1 goal(12th of the season)

Isa Habeeb: 6 saves

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Washington volleyball

Lady Terriers 0 vs. Columbia Adventist 3

CAA 25 – WSD 11

CAA 26 – WSD 24

CAA 25 – WSD 16

Overall Record 6-9 (League 0-5)

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random deafsports thoughts

from a newspaper

Football history

100 Years Ago (1919)

— The Goat Hill football team suffered its first loss since 1917, losing
to the Goodyear Silents, a team from Akron made up entirely of deaf and
mute players. The Silents, all of whom had college football experience,
were described as the “classiest gang of footballers that ever stepped on
the local gridiron.”

note:
these deaf football players with college experience were all from
Gallaudet.

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2019/10/22

DeafDigest Sports – October 22, 2019

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— random deafsports thoughts, football banned at one school

— football games this week

— volleyball and soccer updates

— wheelchair basketball

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2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 10/22/19

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

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2019 football scores
as of 10/21/19

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

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football games this week

Oct 22 Kansas at Iowa

Oct 24 Washington hosts Wishkah

Oct 25 Riverside at Bloomington Christian
Oct 25 Texas hosts San Marcos Academy
Oct 25 Model hosts Chincoteague HS

Oct 26 Fremont at St Vincent de Paul
Oct 26 Kansas at Arkansas
Oct 26 Minnesota at Oklahoma
Oct 26 Wisconsin at Missouri
Oct 26 Maryland at Mississippi
Oct 26 Alabama at Florida

cancelled
Oct 24 Colorado at Edison
(lack of Colorado players)

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Fremont sports

LAST WEEK –

CSD dominated the week as JV Volleyball beat Emery 2-1 on Homecoming and
Varsity followed with a 3-0 win during a nice Senior Night Ceremony.
Football and
Cheerleading then made quick work of Harker and won 50-14.  The week was
full of big crowds and spirit at the Pep Rally, GAA Ceremony, Spirit Week,
Homecoming
Dance, and the Homecoming Games that you’d never have thought that the
Homecoming Game was postponed from Riverside to Emery/Harker.  We would
like to thank
everyone involved for volunteering to help at the original Big Game and
then continuing to keep the spirit high with the make-up game!

THIS WEEK –

This will be a very busy week as JV and Varsity Volleyball will have a
make-up game today and then head to the BCL playoffs and attempt to defend
our league
championship and continue our season.  Cross Country will run on Thursday
at the campus of beautiful Athenian High School in Danville.  Football and
Cheerleading
has a date with our biggest rival, St. Vincent de Paul who is 8-1 on
Saturday night.

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK –

ANASTASIA MENA – Our senior cheerleader had a great week being recognized
by our students as a Homecoming Eagle Royalty.  This all was made possible
by her positive
influence on everyone and being perceived as a role model for everyone on
campus.  On the squad, Anastasia is a team captain and continues to
improve her skills,
commitment, and helps others.

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Model sports

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Football

Football

Date: Saturday, October 19, 2019 at 5:30 PM

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 46

Indiana School for the Deaf: 6

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Volleyball

Volleyball

Date: Monday, October 21, 2019 at 4:00 PM

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 3

McLean School: 0

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Rochester volleyball

ast Thursday, we went to Finney and won 2-0.
Set 1 – 25-17 W
Set 2 – 25-15 W

We played against the JV Finney team and we just played against them for
the best of 3.

Emma Kane – 3 aces, 2 kill, 1 assist
Julia Ott – 3 aces, 1 kill, and 12 assists,
Mariana Menzynski – 4 aces, 5 kills,
Mckenna Girod – 14 aces, 1 kill and 8 assists

Today – Game 18

The Wildcats improved a lot through the beginning of the season to the end
of the season. Unfortunately, we could not able to beat Houghton as our
second match of
the season. Houghton won all 3 sets.

Set 1 – 18-25 L
Set 2 – 10-25 L
Set 3 – 20-25 L

Cori Moquette – 1 ace, 4 kills,
Emma Kane – 6 aces, 1 assist, 18 dig
Julia Ott – 3 aces,  1 kill, and 20 assists,
Mariana Menzynski – 1 ace and 2 kills,
Mckenna Girod – 5 aces, 1 kill, and 16 assists

Overall Record: 15-3

Our next game is tomorrow against Charter School at 4 pm.

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St Mary’s soccer

GAME #1

The Bison’s soccer team travelled to NYSSD (New York State School for the
Deaf) in Rome, NY in their quest for the ever elusive ESDAA Division 2
championship.  Our
first match of the tournament was on Friday afternoon against the combined
team from Delaware School for the Deaf (DSD) and Millneck.  After 3 inches
of rainfall
over the course of the past 36 hours, the conditions in Rome were less
ideal.  The Bison’s found themselves struggling to make passes and take
quality shots on the
water logged field.  What should have been an easy test for the for our
team turned into a bit of a nail bitter with a 0-0 halftime score.  The
coaches settled the
players down and explained that if we stuck to our plan, showed a little
patience, and controlled our emotions by not panicking, we should prevail
in the end.  Sure
enough, in start of the 2nd half, Nick Barrus used his head (pun intended)
off a corner kick to give us the lead.  With our defenders pressing up the
field and
containing most of the action to our offensive zone, it allowed our
strikers to pressure our opponents until they eventually cracked by
allowing 2 more goals from
Brady Bartell and another from Nick Barrus.  The Bison’s pulled out a 3-0
victory and advanced to the semi-finals on Saturday morning against the
always tough Colts
from New Jersey School for the Deaf.

Overall Record: 5-3

NFCAA Record: 4-2

ESDAA Record: 1-1

Individual Stats:

Nick Barrus: 2 goals(10th & 11th of the season)

Brady Bartell: 1 goal(4th of the season)

Game #2

In our 2nd game of the ESDAA tournament, we matched up against New Jersey
School for the Deaf for the opportunity to play in the championship.
Unfortunately, the
field conditions didn’t improve overnight and it presented a challenge for
both team throughout the course of the contest.  Our Bison’s midfielder,
Ethan Antone
scored midway through the 1st half, giving us a slight edge as we battled
our way towards halftime.  As expected, the Colts were able to get the
equalizer with
15:00 minutes left in the match and neither team was able to capitalize
thereafter.  According to ESDAA tournament rules, when there is a tie at
the end of
regulation, there is no overtime.  The game goes directly into a 3 player
shootout.  Unfortunately, Ryan Brzezinski was the only player who was able
to get a shot
past our opponents keeper and we ended up losing the shootout 2-1.  The
loss was disappointing and it meant that our quest for a championship will
elude us yet
again.  That said, we had no time to dwell on what should’ve, could’ve,
but didn’t.  We had to comeback and play for 3rd place against
Pennsylvania School for the
Deaf, who also lost in a heart breaking shootout earlier that day.

Overall Record: 5-4

NFCAA Record: 4-2

ESDAA Record: 1-2

Individual Stats:

Ethan Antone: 1 goal(9th of the season)

Ryan Brzezinski: 1 goal(1st of the season) shoot out PK

GAME #3

In our 3rd and final match of the ESDAA division 2 soccer tournament, the
Bison’s were forced to collect their emotions quickly after a devastating
loss 2 hours
prior and go after 3rd place against the Panthers from Pennsylvania School
for the Deaf.  Both teams played a risk free conservative style while
waiting for the
other team to make a mistake.  With 7 minutes left in the entire match,
newly acquired mid fielder Mobin Abdollahi was standing in the right place
at the right time
to “pick up the trash” off a loose rebound that the oppositions goalie
couldn’t control.  That was all the Bison’s needed to win the game.  It’s
worth noting that
the St. Mary’s defense only allowed 1 goal in regulation the entire
tournament.  We’re coming home with some hardware including; 3rd place
overall, 1st place team
shooting championship, 1st place individual shooting champion (Farhad
Ghorbani), and 2 ESDAA tournament all-stars (Nick Barrus and Kassim
Kassim).

Overall Record: 6-4

NFCAA Record: 4-2

ESDAA Record: 2-2

Both Coach Leroy and myself would like to wish the team congrats on a
great weekend.  Our season isn’t over.  We have two more regular season
league games left this
week.  Depending on their outcome, the Bison’s look to qualify for the
NFCAA playoffs.  Wish us luck.

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random deafsports talk

this article, from a newspaper, should be interesting
reading

Football banned at Iowa SD

Asa Gruver

Gruver, as the eighth ISD superintendent (1919–1925), had a major impact
that continues to benefit ISD, according to a press release from the
school. During his tenure, Gruver sought and succeeded in having ISD
develop an athletic program and join local schools in interscholastic
athletic competition.

Back in the early 1890s, football was banned from ISD after a brutal game.
The ban continued until 1921, when Gruver re-established the ISD football
team — once he was satisfied with the Iowa High School Athletic
Association’s football safety rules. Nearly 100 years later, ISD’s
football program still exists.

In 1920, Gruber started basketball teams for both the boys and girls.
Through his efforts, ISD was accepted into the Iowa High School Athletic
Association in 1922. After developing teams, he successfully sought to
join local high school athletic leagues. ISD has enjoyed competitive games
against public schools and schools for the deaf for years.

Having been a leader of other state schools for the deaf, Gruver was a
seasoned administrator. In addition to the athletic program, he modernized
the vocational program by adding more trades, hiring the school’s first
vocational principal and vocational teachers, instead of shop foremen and
forewomen.

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wheelchair basketball

The Cincinnati Dragons high school wheelchair basketball team won the 2019
Enter the Dragon Tournament championship in Cincinnati this weekend.  The
Dragons won their 4 games by a combined score of 264-105 including a 68-43
championship victory over Cleveland.  Kerwin Haake, a junior at Kentucky
School for the Deaf, is the Dragons starting point guard and scored 13
points in the championship game including 3 3-pointers.  Kerwin also won
the 3-point contest during the individual skills competition on Saturday.
The Dragons will play again in 2 weeks at a tournament in Akron, Ohio.
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