2019/10/27

DeafDigest Sports – October 27, 2019

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— 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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