DeafDigest Sports — September 9, 2021
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—- random deafsports thoughts
— Gallaudet updates
— football upcoming games
— Florida volleyball
— Fremont football
— Indiana football
— Maryland volleyball
— Minnesota volleyball
— Texas football
— college deaf athlete
won/lost records to date
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upcoming football games
Sep 9 Tennessee vs Carolina Wildcats (site TBD)
Sep 9 South Carolina at NHLA
Sep 9 Florida hosts Merritt Island Christian
Sep 9 Louisiana at Mississippi
Sep 9 Phoenix hosts Salome
Sep 10 Fremont hosts Branson
Sep 10 Riverside hosts Southlands Christian
Sep 10 Texas at St Gerard Catholic
Sep 10 Maryland at St Johb;s Catholic Prep (Prospect Hall)
Sep 11 Indiana at Alabama
Sep 11 Minnesota at New Mexico
— Gallaudet Athletics announces spectator policy for 2021 Fall Season
Gallaudet’s Mia Upchurch named United East Women’s Volleyball Defensive Player of the Week
Bison tripped up by Marymount on the road
— men’s soccer
Bison drop first road game of the season to Cairn, 4-1
Gallaudet wraps up opening weekend at Battlefield Classic
— women’s cross country
Bison women’s cross country debuts at Salisbury University Fall Classic after long layoff
two of the opposing teams were NCAA-I programs – US Naval Academy and Seton Hall
— men’s cross country
Gallaudet men’s cross country makes its return after 673 days
same thing with women’s; two of the opposing teams were NCAA-I programs;
– US Naval Academy and Seton Hall
FSDB at First Baptist Christian Academy
Lady Dragons Volleyball ended the Crusaders in four games.
Tonight, the Lady Dragons played at First Baptist Christian Academy. We
arrived late due to the severe weather. We had to stay inside our school
the severe weather alert expired. We finally left the campus around 4:45
PM. Our game began at 6:00 PM. We did not have enough to warm up.
Tonight, we had only six Varsity girls on the court. We dropped the first
set, 18-25. The game was not what our Lady Dragons wanted to play.
However, we were
fortunate to bring two young dragons who were motivated to step into
playing with our Varsity team. During the first game, our two baby dragons
observed and learned
their positions. They entered and did their part to help our girls playing
their game. We went on to win the next three games 25-23, 25-13, 25-11!
Our quote for tonight’s game was “We got this!” Yes, we definitely got
S1, S2, S3, S4, S5
FSDB: 18, 25, 25, 25
FBCA: 25, 23, 13, 11
Will be updated tomorrow morning
Our next game is against Interlachen High School tomorrow at 7:00 PM. Our
middle school team will play at 5:00 PM, and then our junior varsity team
will play at
FSDB at Interachalen
Lady Dragon Volleyball falls tonight to Interlachen.
The Lady Dragons narrowly lost to Interlachen on Wednesday night. They
beat us in 3 games of a 5-game series.
During the first game, the Lady Dragons’ performance did not go as
planned. We made bad serves every time it was our turn to serve the ball.
We did not receive the
ball well. We made bad passes. Without good passes, we could not set and
attack them. It continued to lead us to a lot of mental and physical
mistakes. We finished
the game, 12-25.
Game two was a much different story. The Lady Dragons reduced the errors.
We increased our attack. There were a lot of back and forth long rallies.
We fought hard
for every point, but it came up a little bit short, 20-25. In the third
game, we played incredibly, but we were not able to come away with the
last few points to
win the game, 22-25.
Our loss is the way we can learn and improve before we can become a great
team. We will be sure to use each and every game to help us improve and
get where we want
S1, S2, S3,
FSDB: 12, 20, 22,
Interlachen: 25, 25, 25
We won 36-6 over John Swett HS last Friday.
Record: 1-0 (0-0). Next: Home game, Friday 9/10 vs. Branson at 6pm.
First 8-man football game in history and first win as well!
a newspaper comment by opposing coach
Indiana Deaf was a very solid team who played hard and didn’t make it easy on us
part of another newspaper story (paywall blocked full story)
Indiana Deaf’s Zachary Bippus passed for 176 yards and three TDs in last
week’s 28-26 loss to Rock Creek
Maryland beat Carroll ChristianScores: 25-23, 25-20, 25-13
3 kills, 6 digs, 1 ace
2 kills, 2 blocks, 2 aces
29 kills, 5 digs, 1 assist, 2 aces
31 assists, 1 kill, 6 digs, 5 aces
11 digs, 2 assists, 1 ace
Maryland JV beat Carroll Christian Scores: 25-14, 25-6
part of newspaper story
Volleyball: MSAD 3, Cristo Rey Jesuit 2
The Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf volleyball team started its
season Tuesday night, and after some early-season jitters, flashed its
potential in a five-set win against Cristo Rey Jesuit.
PRIVATE SCHOOLS — SIX-MAN
Rank School (Record) Week 1 Prv rank
1 Waco Live Oak (2-0) W: Blum, 52-0 1
2 Lubbock Kingdom Prep (0-0) Idle 2
3 Austin Veritas (2-0) W: New Braunfels Christian, 60-14 3
4 Wylie Prep (2-0) W: Denton Calvary, 45-0 NR
5 Texas School for the Deaf (1-0) Idle 5
college deaf athlete
just signed last scholarship available
played junior college basketball
Siena (NCAA-I, New York)
random deafsports thoughts
Cheyenne Talbot (see above deaf athlete) was
said to be an All-American player at Monroe
College (NY) which is a 2-year program.
She actually was an All-American honorable
mention. Is it same thing as All-American?
Order a copy of the new Gallaudet University Men’s Basketball History Book
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won/lost records, as of 9/09/21
Indiana (11) 1-1
Florida (8) 1-0
Fremont (8) 1-0
Kansas (6) 0-1
Oklahoma (8) 1-0
Mississippi (8) 0-1
New Mexico (6) 1-0
Riverside (8) 0-1
Tennessee (8) 0-1
Texas (6) 1-0
South Carolina 0-1
Western Pennsylvania 0-1