2021/10/09

DeafDigest Sports – October 9, 2021

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—- random deafsports thoughts, are we in trouble?

— upcoming football games

— Gallaudet wins in football

— Gallaudet football honors

— bunch of deaf school sports scores & tidits

— deaf golf

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won/lost records to date

pls go to bottom of this edition

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this week’s games

Oct 7 New Mexico 57 Minnesota 0
Oct 7 Life Christian 66 Oklahoma 38
Oct 7 Riverside 78 Desert Chapel 18
Oct 7 Mary M Knight 52 Washington 7

Oct 8 Cornerstone Christian 52 Fremont 26
Oct 8 Virginia Home School 21 Maryland 14
Oct 8 Anthem Prep 52 Phoenix 16

Oct 9 Florida at Alabama
Oct 9 Model at Indiana

note:
if your school is missing on the list above,
please email barry@deafdigest.com

Games are being cancelled or played despite
not originally listed on their schedules
and so on.

Your assistance would be very helpful

thank you

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Gallaudet football

Gallaudet   34
Keystone    14

winless Keystone made it a 14-14 tie at half time
before Gallaudet broke away for the win

Gallaudet is now 4-0 with 2-0 in conference
Keystone, a first year team, is now 0-6

The win means it will not be a losing regular season record for Gallaudet

one more win means it is a winning regular season record

coming up tomorrow in DeafDigest Sports is a full game report

coming up next week is away game against SUNY-Maritime; it will be
a war battle; they’ve defeated Gallaudet repeatedly in recent
seasons

Gallaudet’s Timel Benton featured in Noontime Sports’ Player Perspective
https://noontimesports.com/2021/10/08/player-perspective-timel-benton-gallaudet-university/

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Florida volleyball

Below are our short recaps of last three games our Varsity played.

Lady Dragons bounce back and win 3 games after a four-game losing streak.

10/7/21: FSDB vs Duval Charter at JJVA

There was a heated game between the Lady Dragons and Panthers. Last week,
the Panthers scraped us in three sets. This time our girls fought back and
earned the win
after playing five sets. We made numerous errors, but we never gave up. We
outsmarted them by hitting, passing, and dinking to the open spots. Our
junior setter
Paisley led in aces, assists, and digs. She had eyes for every point when
she was playing on the court. Our junior middle blocker Oceana Brown was
on the fire! She
had 15 kills, but she had 44 attack attempts. She wanted to attack the
Panthers!

Lady Dragons (leaders) — Kills (20): Oceana 15, Debrow 4, Olivia 3, Crook
2, Dainty 2, Williams 2, Bonanno-White 1, Hancock 1; Assists (19): Crook
6, Olivia 4,
Hancock 3, Essex 2, Debrow 2, Oceana 1, Williams 1; Aces (18): Crook 10,
Olivia 5, Essex 2, Colon-Moore 1; Digs (54): Crook 12, Olivia 11,
Bonanno-White 9, Dainty
8, Oceana 5, Williams 4, Essex 3, Debrow 1, Hancock 1; Blocks (2): Oceana
2

Box Score:

FSDB: 20, 26, 25, 22, 15

DC: 25, 24, 21, 25, 10

Record 8-7

10/6/21: FSDB at River City Science Academy

Our Lady Dragons halted the Rockets to blast us off again! Our girls
defended and defeated River City Science Academy in all three sets. Girls
came together as a
whole team. They played sharply on passing, setting, hitting and serving.

Box Score:

FSDB: 25, 25, 25

RCSA: 8, 19, 23

Lady Dragons (leaders) — Kills (7): Oceana 11, Debrow 3, Olivia 2, Hancock
1; Assists (13): Crook 7, Dainty 2, Oceana 1, Olivia 1, Bonanno-White 1,
Williams
1; Aces (18): Essex 5, Brown 4, Crook 3, Dainty 3, Oceana 2, Colon-Moore
1; Digs (25): Olivia 7, Dainty 7, Oceana 3, Williams 3, Crook 2,
Bonanno-White 1, Essex 1,
Hancock 1; Blocks (3): Debrow 2, Olivia 1

Record 7-7

10/5/21: FSDB vs Impact Christian

After a bad and long week with four games losses, our Lady Dragons
rebounded against Impact Christian. However, our girls did not execute
every set as the coach
expected. Lady Dragons played a little sloppy. For example, we saved the
ball with one arm or fist. Also, we did not play as a whole team.

Box Score:

FSDB: 25, 25, 25

IC: 7, 11, 13

Lady Dragons (leaders) — Kills (17): Oceana 6, Olivia 6, Debrow 3,
Colon-Moore 1, Dainty 1; Assists (14): Crook 6, Dainty 3, Oceana 2, Essex
2, Hancock
1  Aces (38): Oceana 13, Crook 10, Essex 8, Olivia 6, Dainty 1; Digs (12):
Crook 6, Bonanno-White 2, Oceana 1, Olivia 1, Dainty 1, Williams 1

Record 6-7

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Fremont volleyball

CSD-Fremont VB lost to Fremont Christian, JV lost 2-1 and V lost 3-0.

V Record: 2-6 (2-6).  Next up: @ Making Waves Academy today.

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Fremont football

Lost to Cornerstone Christian in league play, 52-26.  Record: 2-3 (0-1).
Next up: vs. Fresno Christian (Senior Night), Friday, Oct. 15th.

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Minnesota football

MSAD lost 0-57 to NMSD

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Mississippi volleyball

from a tweet

McAdams qualified for the 1A state volleyball playoffs with a 25-13,
25-14, 25-19 victory over Mississippi School for the Deaf.

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New Mexico volleyball

Varsity VB

NMSD                  26   25    25

Jemez Valley      24   16    23

Last night, NMSD earned its first district game win.  We did well with
mental toughness and being under pressure!  Senior Sophia Martinez had 11
kills and Freshman
Angelique Quinonez made 10 kills & 10 assists.

Record: 4-6

District 1-3

Next week’s game– Wednesday 10/13  SF Waldorf @ NMSD @ 5 pm

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Phoenix sports

Football
Anthem Prep 52, Phoenix 16
Record: 0-5

Volleyball
Anthem Prep 3, Phoenix 0
Record: 1-9

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Rhode Island soccer

10/4
Away Game at Friends Academy has been cancelled due to inclement
weather/poor field conditions.

10/5

Our Rooster Soccer Team played host to Blackstone Valley Prep who has been
formidable opponents over the past several years. It was a tightly
contested game between
two evenly matched teams — we scored first, only to give up the lead to
two straight goals from BVP who capitalized on missed clearing kicks by
our defensive
front. We were able to knot the game up at 2 apiece a few minutes before
halftime.

We came out firing in the second half, winning the ball often and
maintaining pressure on BVP’s half of the field — which correlated to two
goals, the first coming
on a penalty kick. BVP was undeterred though – as they would eventually
shift the ball and the pressure over onto our half of the field for the
last 15 minutes. A
handball resulted in a free kick, which BVP capitalized on… our
defensive unit refused to cave in and we were able to hold off a flurry of
shots from BVP to
escape with a hard-fought 4-3 victory.

BVP – 2 1 – 3
RISD – 2 2 – 4

Jayden E. – 3 Goals (3 Goals on the season)
Dimas C. – 1 Goal (7 Goals on the season)
Anderson G – 15 Saves

RISD Soccer Record: 3-1
Next Game: Tuesday, October 12 at The Learning Community (3:45 P.M.)

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Texas sports

Football

Junior Varsity

Texas defeated Veritas 36 to 27.
Record: 1-4

Volleyball

Varsity
Texas, 0
San Marcos Academy, 3
Results: 23-25, 20-25, 13-25
Record: 10-10-1

Junior Varsity
Texas, 0
San Marcos Academy, 2
Results: 23-25, 23-25
Record: 12-8

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deaf golf

part of newspaper story

Deaf “amateur” golfer Allen John tied for second in Germany

Deaf amateur golfer Allen John came within a shot of an “incredible” tie
for first place at the Porsche European Open in Hamburg.

He fired 67 shots in the final round, the best score of the day, to finish
in a triple tie for second place, behind the winner. Richard McEvoy.

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random deafsports thoughts

are we in trouble?

Part of newspaper story

The World Anti-Doping Agency confirms that, effective immediately, a total
of five Anti-Doping Organizations (ADOs) have been declared non-compliant
with the World Anti-Doping Code (Code).

The three National Anti-Doping Organizations (NADOs) and two International
Federations (IFs) in question are:

Deaf International Basketball Federation (DIBF);
Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) National Anti-Doping
Organization (NADO);
Indonesia NADO;
International Gira Sports Federation (IGSF);
Thailand NADO.

note:
Deaf International Basketball Federation not obeying
the World Anti-Doping Agency? If true, it is shocking and
disappointing!

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won/lost records, as of 10/09/21

if you see errors, pls email barry@deafdigest.com

football:
Alabama (8) 1-2
Florida (8) 3-1
Fremont (8) 2-3
Indiana (11) 3-3
Kansas (6) 1-1
Maryland (11) 5-1
Minnesota (8) 1-2
Mississippi (8) 0-1
New Mexico (6) 5-0
Oklahoma (8) 3-2
Phoenix (8) 0-5
Riverside (8) 6-0
Tennessee (8) 0-2
Texas (6) 3-1
Washington (8) 2-2

soccer:
Rhode Island 3-1
Rochester 1-6
St Mary’s 3-5
Western Pennsylvania 1-8

volleyball:
Alabama 1-7
Arkansas 0-5
Florida 8-7
Fremont 2-6
Indiana 3-1
Iowa 1-3
Kansas 4-4
Lexington 0-3
Maryland 15-4-2
Minnesota 3-2
Model 2-0
New Mexico 4-6
Oklahoma 1-9
Phoenix 1-9
Rochester 3-0
St Mary’s 0-2
Texas 10-10-1
Western Pennsylvania 1-8
Wisconsin 2-3