2019/10/23

DeafDigest Sports – October 23, 2019

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— random deafsports thoughts

— football games this week

— yesterday’s football, soccer and volleyball updates

— Gallaudet homecoming schedule & football honor

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

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

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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