2021/09/26

DeafDigest Sports – September 26, 2021

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

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

—- random deafsports thoughts

— bunch of sports results

— Gallaudet updates

— past footbal hero

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won/lost records to date

pls go to bottom of this edition

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this week’s scores
Sep 20 Maryland 52 Hancock 0

Thursday’s football scores
Sep 23 Florida 26 Duval Charter 23
Sep 23 Washington hosts Clallam Bay (cancelled)
Sep 23 Texas 80 St Mary’s Hal 54
Sep 24 Nashville Lighthouse Christian 62 Tennessee 20

Friday games
Sep 24 Riverside 66 Calvary Chapel 57
Sep 24 Indiana hosts Edinburgh (game not played)
Sep 24 Bagdad 80 Phoenix 22
Sep 24 Model hosts Paul Public Charter School (game not played)
Sep 24 Maryland 48 George School 6

Saturday games
Sep 25 Oklahoma 60 Kansas 6
Sep 25 Alabama 30 Mississippi 15
Sep 25 New Mexico 50 Northwest 0
Sep 25 South Fork 50 Fremont 6

Monday game
Sep 27 Wisconsin vs Fall River

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

…………………………

Gallaudet football
Bison stampede past Greensboro to victory
https://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/fball/2021-22/releases/recap_greensboro

record 2-0

notes on Greensboro game:
Greensboro was 4-0 against Gallaudet in past games

last drive of the game went like this
– Greensboro tried an onside kick with 2:03 remaining, after scoring a touchdown
to make it 49-42, but Gallaudet seized the ball

– a series of Gallaudet plays ran the clock down to 56 seconds remaining

– a Gallaudet punt placed the ball on their 2 yard line

– Greensboro gained 37 yards on one pass, placing the ball on
Gallaudet’s 39 yard line

– Gallaudet pass defense stiffened at this point, forcing
Greensboro to fail on their four pass attempts

– Gallaudet got the ball back on the same 39 yard line and
ran the clock down until the game ended with a big win

note on next opponent:
Dean College is our next opponent on our home grounds.

They are 1-3 but they play a tough schedule.

It will be a conference battle.

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Gallaudet splits its two matches on Saturday in the Worthington Classic
https://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wvball/2021-22/releases/recap_worthingtonclassic

lost 3-2 (DeSales is 8-4)
won  3-0 (over cross town rival Catholic)

record 6-10

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Gallaudet women’s soccer
Gallaudet drops conference home opener to Penn St.-Abington
https://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wsoc/2021-22/releases/recap_psa

score 2-0

record 0-5

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Gallaudet men’s soccer
GU shut out by Penn St.-Abington in conference home opener
https://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/msoc/2021-22/releases/recap_psa

score 4-0

record 2-5

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Gallaudet women’s cross country
Gallaudet women’s cross country runs at Hornet Harrier Invitational
https://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wxc/2021-22/releases/recap_hornetharrier

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Gallaudet men’s cross country
Bison men’s cross country competes at Hornet Harrier Invitational
https://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wxc/2021-22/releases/recap_hornetharrier

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Mississippi football

MSD 8 ASD 42.

I was really proud of my boys which is comprised of a group
of 8th and 9th graders . They showed a great deal of grit and
determination with their efforts.  Go Bulldogs !!!!

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Missouri sports

nice story on new athletic director:
https://www.fultonsun.com/news/sports/story/2021/sep/25/daly-bring-passion-missouri-school-deaf/890073/

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Oklahoma volleyball

Oklahoma 0 vs Kansas 1 (played 5 sets: 2-3)

OSD current w-l: 2-3

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Riverside football

nice story at:
https://californianewstimes.com/csdr-football-program-thriving-after-nearly-two-years-away-from-the-field-san-bernardino-sun/536857/

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random deafsports thoughts

one football game, two different scores reported by different coaches for the
same game!

Years ago when DeafDigest Sports editor wrote a book on history of
Gallaudet football, a football historian from University of Maryland
said there was one case of one football game reported with three
different scores!

When scores are in conflict, DeafDigest Sports editor gives the
losing school the benefit of a better losing score!

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http://GallaudetAthleticsStore.com

………

Order a copy of the new Gallaudet University Men’s Basketball History Book

The Gallaudet University men’s basketball program is excited
to announce online ordering information for those fans, alumni, etc.,
interested in purchasing a copy of the Gallaudet University Men’s
Basketball History Book (1904-2019) written by Gallaudet Athletics Hall of
Famer Barry Strassler.

You can now purchase your own copy for $35 apiece and $8 for shipping.

Please allow two weeks to receive the book.

Purchase here: https://app.mobilecause.com/form/LQ60XQ?vid=73t7e

a vlog is at:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQFMZ-d7dvc&feature=youtu.be

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won/lost records, as of 9/26/21

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

football:
Alabama (8) 3-2
Florida (8) 2-1
Fremont (8) 2-2
Indiana (11) 2-3
Kansas (6) 1-2
Maryland (11) 4-0
Minnesota (8) 0-1
Mississippi (8) 2-2
New Mexico (6) 1-0
Oklahoma (8) 2-0
Phoenix (8) 0-3
Riverside (8) 4-0
Tennessee (8) 0-2
Texas (6) 3-1
Washington (8) 0-1

soccer:
Rhode Island 1-0
Rochester 1-3
St Mary’s 3-1
Western Pennsylvania 0-6

volleyball:
Alabama 1-7
Arkansas 0-5
Florida 5-3
Fremont 1-2
Indiana 3-1
Iowa 1-3
Kansas 4-4
Maryland 11-4-2
Minnesota 3-2
Model 2-0
Oklahoma 2-3
Phoenix 0-7
Rochester 3-0
South Carolina 0-1
St Mary’s 0-2
Texas 10-7-1
Western Pennsylvania 0-5
Wisconsin 2-3

2021/09/25

DeafDigest Sports – September 25, 2021

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

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

—- random deafsports thoughts

— bunch of sports results

— Gallaudet updates; a Gallaudet football win

— past footbal hero

— not mentioning beyond the word disqualification

…………………..

won/lost records to date

pls go to bottom of this edition

…………………

this week’s scores
Sep 20 Maryland 52 Hancock 0

Thursday’s football scores
Sep 23 Florida 26 Duval Charter 23
Sep 23 Washington hosts Clallam Bay (cancelled)
Sep 23 Texas 80 St Mary’s Hal 54
Sep 24 Nashville Lighthouse Christian 62 Tennessee 20

Friday games
Sep 24 Riverside 66 Calvary Chapel 57
Sep 24 Indiana hosts Edinburgh (game not played)
Sep 24 Bagdad 80 Phoenix 22
Sep 24 Model hosts Paul Public Charter School (game not played)
Sep 24 Maryland 48 George School 6

Saturday games
Sep 25 Kansas at Oklahoma
Sep 25 Alabama at Mississippi
Sep 25 New Mexico hosts Northwest
Sep 25 Fremont hosts South Fork

Monday game
Sep 27 Wisconsin vs Fall River

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

…………………………..

Gallaudet football

Gallaudet   49
Greensboro  42

Gallaudet now 2-0

more information in tomorrow’s DeafDigest Sports

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Gallaudet volleyball

Bison hang tough with red-hot Eastern as 14th annual Worthington Classic gets underway
https://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wvball/2021-22/releases/recap_eastern

Eastern is another powerhouse Gallaudet had to deal with so far this season
they are 14-1

lost 3-1

won-lost record 5-9

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Florida volleyball

FSDB vs Warner Christian Academy

Check out this highlight!  http://www.hudl.com/v/2Fv3mu

Lady Dragons bounce back and win!

Lady Dragons rebounded from a loss to the Interlachen Rams with a solid
victory over Warner Christian Academy. The girls played smart as they
continued to make some
good passes before hitting the ball. Lady Dragons had over 60 attack
attempts, and we made 33 kills. However, we still sent 39 of free ball.
Free ball is a pass we
send to the opposing team with a pass or set. We need to work on that.

In those three matches, both Brown sisters led all in kills with 11 kills
while also adding 4 digs. Senior outside hitter Olivia Brown had 2 aces
while junior
middle blocker Oceana Brown had 3 aces and 2 assists. Junior setter
Paisley Crook led in assists with 13 assists. Senior outside hitter
Cassidy Dainty led in aces
with 8 aces, she contributed 3 kills, 8 aces, and 5 digs. Senior right
hitter Zaniesha Williams also summed up with 2 kills, 2 assists, 1 ace,
and 2 digs.

The Brown Sisters

Lady Dragons (leaders) — Kills (33): Olivia 11, Oceana 11, Dainty 3,
Debrow 3, Williams 2, Crook 1, Essex 1, Hancock 1; Assists (22): Crook 13,
Essex 3, Oceana 2,
Dainty 2, Williams 2; Aces (17): Dainty 8, Oceana 3, Olivia 2,
Bonnano-White 1, Williams 1, Crook 1, Debrow 1, ; Digs (27): Crook 6,
Dainty 5, Oceana  4, Olivia 4,
Debrow 3, Colon-Moore 2, Williams 2, Elsie 1

Box Score:

S1, S2, S3,

Dragons:  25,  25,  25

Eagles:      17, 19, 19

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Maryland football

MSD (4-0) 48
George School(2-2) 6

MSD    8   24   16   0   48
George 6   0     0   0      6

Zion Ortiz rushed for 124 yards and one touchdown. He also returned a punt
for 65 yards touchdown.  Ethan Sheppeck rushed for 91 yards and 1
touchdown. He also returned kickoff for 78 yards touchdown.  Ethan led
team in tackling with 6 and had 1 quarterback sack.
Austin Baker had 2 quarterback sacks.

Scoring Summary
1Q
M- Ethan Sheppeck 15 run (Zion Ortiz run)
G – Timothy Ruch 17 run (kick failed)
2Q
M – Nathan Sheppeck 15 run (Ethan Sheppeck run)
M- Jaden Joseph 1 run (Ethan Sheppeck run)
M- Zion Ortiz 65 punt return (Jaden Joseph run)
3Q
M-Ethan Sheppeck 78 kickoff return (Ethan Sheppeck run)
M- Zion Ortiz 20 run (Jaden Joseph run)

Individual Statistics
Rushing:
Zion Ortiz 16-124
Ethan Sheppeck 9-91
Nathan Sheppeck 7-74
Jaden Joseph 2-13

Passing
Jaden Joseph 1-6-0 23yds

Receiving
Nathan Sheppeck 1-23

Total Yards
MSD – 317 (294 rushing, 23 passing)
George School – 69 (21 rushing, 48 passing)

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Phoenix sports

Football
Bagdad 80, Phoenix 22
Record: 0-3

Volleyball
Baghdad 3, Phoenix 0  9-25, 10-25, 18-25
Record: 0-7

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Texas sports

TSD Cross Country
The high school boys & girls Cross Country teams were invited to compete
at the Hilltop Invitational in Georgetown last week. The varsity girls
raced on a 2 mile course while the varsity boys raced on a 3 mile course.
The course at the Hilltop Invitational had a great design that made it
friendly for spectators who were supporting their team & for coaches that
were coaching the athletes. The terrain on the course was everything you
would expect to see on a Cross Country course – grass, dirt, pavement, and
hills.
The varsity girls that competed were: Erin Collins, Jessica Fontana, &
Patricia Sucilla-Orozco. The Rangers were led by Patricia who is a dual
sport athlete competing in both Volleyball & Cross Country who finished
her 2 mile run with a time of 18:19 & finished in 13th place overall. This
was her first Cross Country race of the year – she plans to manage her
busy schedule to compete with this team again. Like Patricia, Jessica
Fontana also competed with the team for the first time this year. Jessica
got her first experience competing as a member of the Rangers Cross
Country team where she finished her 2 mile race with a time of 26:41. The
experience she experienced at the Hilltop Invitation will now give her a
little insight on where she physically is with her training & now gives
her a goal to improve at her next competition. Erin Collins competed in
her second meet of the season, she finished her 2 mile run with a time of
27:50. She missed her goal of improving her personal best time due to the
pain she was dealing with in her ankle. While racing on the course she
rolled her ankle when she slipped on a rock but she was determined to
finish the race so she refused to give up.
The varsity boys team featured: Gage Hopper, Arturo Merchan, Hawkins
Morgan, & Lorenzo Urrutia. The Hilltop Invitation was the second meet of
the season for Gage, Arturo, & Hawkins who all saw improvements on their
race times compared to their previous times at the first Cross Country
meet of the season. The Rangers were led on the 3 mile course by Hawkins
with a time of 22:15 followed by Arturo with a time of 23:12 & then Gage
who finished with a time of 30:08. Gage Hopper not only improved his time
at the Hilltop Invitational – he also ran an all time personal best on the
3 mile course by breaking his old mark that was established in 2019 by
over 2 minutes!!!!  At the beginning of the week these athletes set a goal
to improve their times & pushed each other during practice & the results
were shown. Lorenzo Urrutia got his first experience running with the
Ranger Cross Country team after joining the team late. He was not able to
finish the 3 mile race due to leg cramps that forced him out of the race.
Rylee Drumm & Kristen Medrano did not compete with the girls team at the
Hilltop Invitational as both were dealing with injuries & fatigue. The
Rangers will see their next competition on October 2 at the Brentwood
Christian School Invitational. The team goal is to “be better today than
they were yesterday” & to keep improving in hopes of reaching their peak
times by the end of the month in preparation for the competition at the
Cross Country State Championship.

TSD Football
Varsity
Texas vs St. Mary’s Hall
Results: 80-54
Record: 3-1

Junior Varsity
Veritas vs Texas
Results: 60-25
Record: 0-3

TSD Volleyball
Varsity
Texas, 0
Hill Country Christian, 3
Results: 5-25, 17-25, 11-25
Record: 10-7-1

Junior Varsity
Texas, 0
Hill Country Christian, 2
Results: 8-25, 10-25
Record: 12-5

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Wisconsin sports

WSD lost to Maranatha Baptist 0-3, 13-25, 13-25, 19-25
Record: 2-3

Wisconsin Football team vs. Fall River on Monday 9/27 at home

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past deaf football hero

part of newspaper story

Joel Plote

At 6’5,” he wreaked havoc on opposing offensive lines at Wapsie Valley
High School in Fairbank, Iowa. He earned Player of the Week honors in 1986
and helped lead it to a state title the same year as a senior.

note:
DeafDigest Sports editor vaguely remembers him playing deaf basketball
and taking part in national deaf tournaments

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not mentioning beyond the word disqualification

ESPN ran the story on the Jon Jones arrest.

It said:
His only career loss was via controversial disqualification.

not mentioned that it was deaf MMA fighter Matt Hamill who defeated
Jones via disqualification for an illegal hold.

Jones appealed and it was ruled against him

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random deafsports thoughts

It is always a mystery why deaf football stars on high school
teams do not play college football.

Academic issues?

Financial issues?

Lack of interest?

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http://GallaudetAthleticsStore.com

………

Order a copy of the new Gallaudet University Men’s Basketball History Book

The Gallaudet University men’s basketball program is excited
to announce online ordering information for those fans, alumni, etc.,
interested in purchasing a copy of the Gallaudet University Men’s
Basketball History Book (1904-2019) written by Gallaudet Athletics Hall of
Famer Barry Strassler.

You can now purchase your own copy for $35 apiece and $8 for shipping.

Please allow two weeks to receive the book.

Purchase here: https://app.mobilecause.com/form/LQ60XQ?vid=73t7e

a vlog is at:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQFMZ-d7dvc&feature=youtu.be

……………………

won/lost records, as of 9/25/21

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

football:
Alabama (8) 1-2
Florida (8) 2-1
Fremont (8) 2-1
Indiana (11) 2-3
Kansas (6) 1-1
Maryland (11) 4-0
Minnesota (8) 0-1
Mississippi (8) 0-1
New Mexico (6) 1-0
Oklahoma (8) 1-0
Phoenix (8) 0-3
Riverside (8) 4-0
Tennessee (8) 0-2
Texas (6) 3-1
Washington (8) 0-1

soccer:
Rhode Island 1-0
Rochester 1-3
St Mary’s 3-1
Western Pennsylvania 0-6

volleyball:
Alabama 1-7
Arkansas 0-5
Florida 5-3
Fremont 1-2
Indiana 3-1
Iowa 1-3
Kansas 4-4
Maryland 11-4-2
Minnesota 3-2
Model 2-0
Oklahoma 2-2
Phoenix 0-7
Rochester 3-0
South Carolina 0-1
St Mary’s 0-2
Texas 10-7-1
Western Pennsylvania 0-5
Wisconsin 2-3

2021/09/24

DeafDigest Sports – September 24, 2021

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

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

—- random deafsports thoughts

— bunch of deaf school sports

— USA national deaf basketball teams

— Gallaudet updates

…………………..

won/lost records to date

pls go to bottom of this edition

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this week’s scores
Sep 20 Maryland 52 Hancock 0

Yesterday’s football scores
Sep 23 Florida 26 Duval Charter 23
Sep 23 Washington hosts Clallam Bay (cancelled)
Sep 23 Texas 80 St Mary’s Hal 54
Sep 24 Nashville Lighthouse Christian 62 Tennessee 20

Friday games
Sep 24 Riverside hosts Calvary Chapel
Sep 24 Indiana hosts Edinburg
Sep 24 Phoenix hosts Bagdad
Sep 24 Model hosts Paul Public Charter School
Sep 24 Maryland at George School

Saturday games
Sep 25 Kansas at Oklahoma
Sep 25 Alabama at Mississippi
Sep 25 New Mexico hosts Northwest
Sep 25 Fremont hosts South Fork

Monday game
Sep 27 Minnesota vs Fall River

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

…………………………….

Gallaudet football

Gallaudet picks up two ECFC Player of the Week honors
https://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/fball/2021-22/releases/ecfcpow-week3

tomorrow – Gallaudet at Greensboro (North Carolina). Hope the game takes place
and that Gallaudet comes home with a win.

weather permitting? Hurricane and storm warnings in the news!

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Gallaudet volleyball
Gallaudet’s Emily Wright named United East Women’s Volleyball Player of the Week
https://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wvball/2021-22/releases/uecsaow-sep20

today & tomorrow
2021 Gallaudet Women’s Volleyball Worthington Classic
https://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wvball/2021-22/worthingtonclassic

competing teams are:
The Catholic University of America, DeSales University, Eastern University and
Gallaudet University.

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Colorado volleyball

part of newspaper story

Hanover 3, Colorado Springs School for the Deaf and the Blind 1. At
Hanover: The Bulldogs (0-2) won the first set 25-16 before Hanover took
the next three.

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Fremont volleyball

Lost to Holy Names, 3-0 (17-25; 10-25; 14-25).

Record: 1-3 (1-3).

Next: @ Contra Costa Christian, Tuesday, 9/28.

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Minnesota volleyball

3-1 (25-8, 15-25, 25-17, 25-21) win against Prairie Seeds Academy tonight.

We made up our loss against Prairie Seeds Academy from last week. Great
win in 4 set! Again, we played good defense and battled some good rallies
tonight. Also, we
attacked the ball well against their great defensive. We continued our
aggressive serving and hitting as well.

Dalina Schwartz- 4 kills, 7 digs, 2 aces
Javanna Johnson- 10 kills, 3 digs, 6 aces
Shayann Williams- 12 assists, 3 aces, 2 kills, 3 digs
Holly Sheets- 2 kills, 6 aces, 2 assists, 2 digs
Brooklyn Roggow- 19 digs, 1 assist
Esther Olakunle- 2 kills, 2 aces, 2 assists, 2 digsAmber Hamilton- 2
assists, 1 kill
Javada Johnson- 3 assists, 1 kill

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Riverside volleyball

part of newspaper story

Pacifica Christian Orange County 3, Riverside California School for the
Deaf 1

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St Mary’s soccer

Three games in one week appeared to be too much for the Bisons to handle
having lost in the final seconds against Christian Academy of Western NY
(CAWNY). The
Bisons took an early 2 goal lead off of Ethan Antone’s left foot. However,
as the game continued our boys sat back and allowed our opponent to chip a
way at the
score until the match was tied 3-3 with 5 minutes remaining. CAWNY now had
all the momentum and the Bisons were back on their heels. With less than 1
minute
remaining, our opponent completed their comeback by scoring the game
winner. The Bisons learned a hard lesson today but it will hopefully make
us a better team
moving forward. Our next match is next week Monday at home against NFCAA
league opponent Chesterton Academy.

Overall Record: 3-2
ESDAA Record: 1-0
NFCAA Record: 2-2

Individual Stats:
Ethan Antone: 2 goals
Farhad Ghorbani: 1 goal

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St Mary’s volleyball

The Lady Bisons came home from their first away game, with their first win
of the season. We headed out on the road to take on Tapestry Charter
school in what we
assumed would be a fairly even match up. Our girls went in strong,
motivated and ready to work together. The game was really decided by our
“on point” service
skills through out the game. During the first set, Briona Zuppa earned 4
service aces, and Zarielle Ormsby and Kioney Alvira-Jurado each earned 5
serving aces which
earned the team a combined 14 points just from their serves alone. The
second set Julie Bronneberg earned her own 4 service aces and introduced
the world to her
first ever in game overhand serve (we’re hoping to see more of these as
she develops). The third set, Julia and Briona picked up another 5 serving
aces each to
round out the game.

Other than some amazing serving, the girls have really stepped up their
coverage and “quick feet” on the court. Kearah Kelly, Elianna Sanders and
Aleyshka Rivera
both had some amazing close net plays throughout the game and Kioney
Alvira-Jurado and Zarielle Ormsby have really taken over the team’s
defensive play positions.

Many people have commented on this teams cooperation and positive attitude
and we thank you for recognizing our girls hard work. Every game they come
together a
little bit more, so we can’t wait to see how they do next week. Tuesday,
the Lady Bisons will take on Central Baptist in an attempt to come back
from their first
game defeat. Please congratulate the girls for their hard win and wish
them luck for their next two (away) games.

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random deafsports thoughts

Did you know?  The football huddle we use today was invented by football
player, Paul Hubbard at Galludet University when they faced off against
another deaf team. The huddle is now used all over the world by many sport
teams.

Huddle used all over the world by many sports teams?

wrong, wrong, wrong!

Football uses the huddle. Other sports don’t. During time outs, yes
they discuss strategy, but huddle while ball is in play? Wrong, wrong
and wrong.

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http://GallaudetAthleticsStore.com

………

Order a copy of the new Gallaudet University Men’s Basketball History Book

The Gallaudet University men’s basketball program is excited
to announce online ordering information for those fans, alumni, etc.,
interested in purchasing a copy of the Gallaudet University Men’s
Basketball History Book (1904-2019) written by Gallaudet Athletics Hall of
Famer Barry Strassler.

You can now purchase your own copy for $35 apiece and $8 for shipping.

Please allow two weeks to receive the book.

Purchase here: https://app.mobilecause.com/form/LQ60XQ?vid=73t7e

a vlog is at:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQFMZ-d7dvc&feature=youtu.be

……………………

won/lost records, as of 9/24/21

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

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

soccer:
Rhode Island 1-0
Rochester 1-3
St Mary’s 3-21
Western Pennsylvania 0-6

volleyball:
Alabama 1-7
Arkansas 0-5
Florida 4-3
Fremont 1-3
Indiana 3-1
Iowa 1-3
Kansas 4-4
Maryland 11-4-2
Minnesota 4-2
Oklahoma 2-2
Rochester 3-0
South Carolina 0-1
St Mary’s 1-2
Texas 10-6-1
Western Pennsylvania 0-5
Wisconsin 2-2
 

2021/09/23

DeafDigest Sports – September 23, 2021

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

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

—- random deafsports thoughts

— Gallaudet volleyball

— a school cancels its football season

— new athletic director

— cross country and soccer and volleyball updates

…………………..

won/lost records to date

pls go to bottom of this edition

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this week’s scores
Sep 20 Maryland 52 Hancock 0

today’s football games
Sep 23 Florida hosts Duval Charter
Sep 23 Washington hosts Clallam Bay
Sep 23 Texas at St Mary’s Hall
Sep 24 Tennessee at Nashville Lighthouse Christian

Friday games
Sep 24 Riverside hosts Calvary Chapel
Sep 24 Indiana hosts Edinburg
Sep 24 Phoenix hosts Bagdad
Sep 24 Model hosts Paul Public Charter School
Sep 24 Maryland at George School

Saturday games
Sep 25 Kansas at Oklahoma
Sep 25 Alabama at Mississippi
Sep 25 New Mexico hosts Northwest
Sep 25 Fremont hosts South Fork

Sep 27 Minnesota hosts St John’s Northwest

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

……………………….

Gallaudet volleyball

Field House comes alive in Bison home opener against Mary Washington
https://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wvball/2021-22/releases/recap_umw

lost 3-1

record 5-8

opponent is a powerhouse with a 11-3 record

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Florida volleyball

FSDB vs Interlachen

Rams bulldoze Lady Dragons in all three games.

Middle School:

Young lady dragons had the most competitive and devastating loss of the
season.

1st set: 16-25

2nd set: 26-28

The girls could not find their tempo in the first set, but in the second
set, they threw their hearts and souls into playing. We had our
opportunity where our
Dragons was neck in neck with the Rams and fought hard but another loss.

Big applause to our 7th and 6th graders Elijah Derome, Starlyn Dize,
Nauvoo Hancock, and Bambi Lentini, who had improved their serving so much
that it helped us
stayed in led before we fell.

This game was the best performance we ever played, so give our players
recognition for playing so hard.

Support our middle school’s last home game tonight at 5:30 pm! Go Dragons!

Junior Varsity:

The JV dragons faced another challenge yesterday. The Rams showed us a
true challenge and kept us on our toes. The first game was difficult, but
thanks to Ivabella
Essex who served 6 points in a row, we were able to gain a lot of ground.
Unfortunately, it wasn’t enough to bring us back. We made a lot of
defensive errors and
the girls were struggling to communicate with each other. We lost 14-25.

In the second game, the girls really impressed me and everyone who came to
watch with their drive to win. They pulled themselves together as a team
and made huge
improvements in communication and receiving. This game was a lot closer;
once again with thanks to Ivabella Essex who had strong serves the entire
night and thanks
to our captain, Katrina Kalis who was running around the court in an
effort to keep the ball alive. The girls fought hard till the very end,
but unfortunately we
were still defeated 20-25. The girls played their hearts out and even
though the game ended in a loss, there was an obvious fire in them. They
will be ready and
prepared for the next game and they plan to win!

Varsity:

Our Lady Dragons fought a hard battle. Interchalhen’s Lady Rams were
stubborn, and they continued to hammer us throughout the game. Our first
game was marked by
miscommunication and sloppy play, 7-25. We had 12 serve and serve receive
errors.

Yet the Lady Dragons didn’t give up in the second set as we hustled for a
touch on a ball, bringing the score up to 14-17 despite an early and large
lead by the
Rams offense. There were a few points we deserved to win after a lot of
back and forth.  However, we eventually fell to them, 14-25.

In the third set, the Lady Dragons finally led the game, but we couldn’t
hold the Rams back, 11-25. We tried to defend our court, and we tried to
attack them.

In those three matches, the Lady Dragons had 22 digs and 39 attack
attempts. However, they continued to hammer us with 25 aces and 20 kills
with another 30 attack
attempts. In summary, we could see that the Lady Dragons never gave up.
Girls believed. They aimed. They worked hard. They played with their
heart. We will bounce
back.

Lady Dragons (leaders) — Kills (9): Oceana 7, Debrow 1, Williams 1;
Assists (7): Crook 3, Essex 2 3, Oceana 1, Dainty 1; Aces (5): Crook 2,
Essex 2, Dainty 1;
Digs (22): Bonnano-White 7, Crook 7, Dainty 3, Brown 2, Williams 1 ;
Blocks (2): Oceana 1, Debrow 1

Box Score:

S1, S2, S3,

Dragons:  7,  14,  11

Rams:      25, 25, 25

Record 4-3

FSDB vs First Baptist Christian Academy

The Lady Dragons sweep the Crusaders once again.

We hosted our first home game since 2019. We played against the First
Baptist Christian Academy. Being home was a great feeling!!  The fans were
awesome!

The Lady Dragons took control of the match right away, scoring 16-7 on the
first set! We finished the game, 25-11. In the second set, the girls knew
that we did not
play our best. We made ball-handling errors. We had a few bad serves.
However, Oceana finished the set with 6 nice serves, 25-16. In the third
set, the Lady Dragons
were able to find our momentum, controlling the set from the beginning. We
were able to find our flow and finish the set in 25-8. We had a great
offense serving 37
aces and hitting 13 kills combined with great defense as a team.

In those three matches, junior middle brown Oceana Brown led all in kills
with 5 kills while also adding ten aces and two blocks. Senior outside
hitter Olivia Brown
had 4 kills and 2 aces. Junior setter Paisley Crook led in assists with 5
assists.

Lady Dragons (leaders) — Kills (13): Oceana 5,  Olivia 4, Debrow 2, Hancok
1, Williams 1; Assists (5): Crook 5, Olivia 3, Oceana 2, Hancock 1,
Williams 1; Aces
(37): Oceana 10, Colon-Moore 8, Crook 7, Williams 7, Dainty 4, Debrow 1;
Digs (4): Olivia 2, Crook 1, Dainty 1 ; Blocks (2): 2 Brown

Record 4-2

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Indiana football

last game was a 23-8 loss to Lake Station

it was learned in a newspaper story that
Lake Station was a last minute opponent,
and that they snapped a 12-game losing
streak at the expense of Indiana!

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Indiana volleyball

from a tweet

Blackford lost to Indiana 20-25, 22-25, 25-16, 21-25

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Iowa cross country

part of newspaper header

Iowa School for the Deaf also had one runner as Lakota Benge placed 82nd.

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Louisiana football

has cancelled its season. Will start basketball
early.

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Maryland football

newspaper prediction

Maryland School for the Deaf (3-0) at George School (2-1), 4 p.m.: If
you’ve never seen a school for the deaf play football, you should. It’s
fascinating and inspiring. And the Orioles do it really well.

Markol’s pick: Maryland School for the Deaf 27, George School 15.

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland lost to Mt. Airy Christian Academy
Scores: 10-25, 25-27, 25-23, 25-16, 6-15
Record: 11-4-2

Stats
Olivia Clinger
1 kill, 1 assist, 2 digs

Citrine Lummer
31 kills, 17 digs, 2 blocks

Jade Macedo
2 kills, 32 assists, 4 digs, 2 aces

Alina Williamson
1 dig

Alona Zfati
1 kill, 21 digs, 4 aces

Amber Virnig
1 assist, 3 digs, 1 ace

Arabella Bielucke
1 kill, 2 digs, 1 ace

Ciara Luttrell
7 digs

Sigridura Junc
2 blocks

Bella Finkle
2 blocks, 1 dig

JV beat Mt. Airy Christian Academy
Scores: 25-21, 25-21
Record: 9-2-1

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Missouri sports

the new athletic director is Andrew Daly

Actually he is the new activities director,
but athletics is part of his duties.

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Rochester soccer

RSD lost a tough one to the Bisons of Buffalo as St. Mary’s won with a
decisive 6-1 victory.
Stenson scored our lone goal in the second half.

Overall Record: 1-3

ntensity vs. RSD
RSD hosted Intensity in a competitive soccer game. The game was extremely
exciting in the first half as both teams were taking great shots on goal
with both keepers
playing excellently. We ended the first half down 3-2, with one starter
getting hurt.

Second half, with no substitutes, we struggled while Intensity had a bench
full of subs. In the end, Intensity went on to win 7-2.

FINAL SCORE:

Intensity: 7
RSD: 2

Goals:
Sha’Mir Stenson (2)

Overall Record: 1-2
Deaf vs. Deaf: 1-0

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St Mary’s soccer

The Bisons came out flying against our ESDAA rival the Wildcats from
Rochester School for the Deaf. Senior Captain Ethan Antone opened up the
scoring 10 minutes
into the 1st half  followed y Brady Bartell 5 minutes later with a great
goal of his own.  From that moment on our team never looked back.  We took
a 2-0 lead into
halftime and told our squad to continue to put pressure on our opponent
and not to let up.  In the 2nd half of the match, the Bisons offense
exploded for 4 more
goals off the foot of Farhad Ghorbani and a few more from Ethan Antone.
Our defensive led by Magdi Mohammed was just as impressive by holding the
Wildcats to just
5 shots and 1 goal.  This was a solid win for the Bisons and gets us back
to our winning ways.  Our next match is tomorrow against NFCAA league
opponent, the
Christian Academy of Western New York(CAWNY).  Wish the boys good luck.

Overall Record: 3-1

ESDAA Record: 1-0

NFCAA Record: 2-1

Individual Stats:

Ethan Antone- 3 goals(6th, 7th, and 8th of the season)

Farhad Ghorbani-2 goals(7th and 8th of the season)

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

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St Mary’s volleyball

The Lady Bisons took on the Rochester Wildcats yesterday afternoon in
their second game of the season. After working on some of our short
comings from our first
game, we were ready to head out and show our I-90 rivals what we were made
of. In the first set the girls came out strong with Julia Bronneberg and
Kioney
Alvira-Jurado leading the team with and impressive 10 service points, with
Kioney earning 3 aces and Julia earning 1. Briona Zuppa, Kearah Kelly and
Aleyshka Rivera
showed a hunger to prove themselves with some key digs and saves
throughout the game.

The second set the girls struggled to find a way past a few of the
Rochester servers and fell in a quick set.  The third set the girls were
able to get back some of
their control and with the help of 6 straight service points from rookie
Zarielle Ormsby they put up a fighting chance against the Wildcats.
Unfortunately we fell
in three straight sets, but the girls continued cooperation, teamwork, and
ability to persevere have shown that you should in no way count them out
yet. The lady
Bisons will take on the Tapestry JV squad today in their first away game
of the season. Please wish the girls luck as they try to make a break from
their losing
streak on the road.

SMSD

RSD

SET 1

21

25

SET 2

9

25

SET 3

15

25

Record: 0-2

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Western Pennsylvania sports

SOCCER

YESTERDAY’s RESULT – Robinson Township Christian, 0-4

NEXT GAME – 9/28/21 HOME  Cornerstone Prep Christian

LEAGUE RECORD – 0-3-0

OVERALL RECORD – 0-6-0

VOLLEYBALL

NEXT GAME –   9/28/21  HOME  @ Cornerstone Prep Christian (JV and V)

Junior Varsity

YESTERDAY’s RESULT – DNP

RECORD:  0-4

Varsity

YESTERDAY’s RESULT – lost to Grace Christian, 1-3 (26-24, 15-25, 20-25, and 18-25)

LEAGUE RECORD – 0-5

OVERALL RECORD – 0-6

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random deafsports thoughts

just hate it when an opponent snaps a long losing
streak by defeating a deaf team (regardless of which
sport it was)!

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http://GallaudetAthleticsStore.com

………

Order a copy of the new Gallaudet University Men’s Basketball History Book

The Gallaudet University men’s basketball program is excited
to announce online ordering information for those fans, alumni, etc.,
interested in purchasing a copy of the Gallaudet University Men’s
Basketball History Book (1904-2019) written by Gallaudet Athletics Hall of
Famer Barry Strassler.

You can now purchase your own copy for $35 apiece and $8 for shipping.

Please allow two weeks to receive the book.

Purchase here: https://app.mobilecause.com/form/LQ60XQ?vid=73t7e

a vlog is at:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQFMZ-d7dvc&feature=youtu.be

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won/lost records, as of 9/23/21

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

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

soccer:
Rhode Island 1-0
Rochester 1-3
St Mary’s 3-1
Western Pennsylvania 0-6

volleyball:
Alabama 1-7
Arkansas 0-5
Florida 4-3
Fremont 1-2
Indiana 3-1
Iowa 1-3
Kansas 4-4
Maryland 11-4-2
Minnesota 3-2
Oklahoma 2-2
Rochester 3-0
South Carolina 0-1
St Mary’s 0-2
Texas 10-6-1
Western Pennsylvania 0-5
Wisconsin 2-2

2021/09/21

DeafDigest Sports – September 21, 2021

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

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

—- random deafsports thoughts

— Gallaudet updates

— weekend football scores

— upcoming football games; yesterday’s score

— a high school fall of famer

— college field hockey player

— wheelchair basketball tryouts

— soccer & volleyball updates

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won/lost records to date

pls go to bottom of this edition

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past football scores
Mayer 26 Phoenix 8
Veritas Academy 84 Texas 59

Thursday football scores
Sep 16 Mary M Knight 44 Washington 2
Sep 16 Florida 44 St John’s County Day 14

Friday scores
Sep 17 Indiana hosts Anderson Prep (changed to 9/18; different opponent)
Sep 17 Maryland hosts Hancock HS (postponed to Sep 20)
Sep 17 Model hosts Quantico HS (cancelled)
Sep 17 Riverside 64 Hesperia Christian 22
Sep 17 Fremont 38 Anderson Valley 14

Saturday scores
Sep 18 Kansas 20 Minnesota 6
Sep 18 New Mexico at Louisiana (not reported; not sure if played or cancelled)
Sep 18 Lake Station Edison 34 Indiana 8

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upcoming football games

Sep 20 Maryland 52 Hancock 0

Sep 23 Florida hosts Duval Charter
Sep 23 Washington hosts Clallam Bay
Sep 23 Texas at St Mary’s Hall

Sep 24 Riverside hosts Calvary Chapel
Sep 24 Indiana hosts Edinburg
Sep 24 Phoenix hosts Bagdad
Sep 24 Model hosts Paul Public Charter School
Sep 24 Maryland at George School

Sep 25 Kansas at Oklahoma
Sep 25 Alabama at Mississippi
Sep 25 New Mexico hosts Northwest
Sep 25 Fremont hosts South Fork

Sep 27 Minnesota hosts St John’s Northwest

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.

Creates confusion for DeafDigest Sports editor!

Your assistance would be very helpful

thank you

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Gallaudet updates

mwn’a soccer

Garcia nets first career goal as GU wraps up New York trip
https://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/msoc/2021-22/releases/recap_morrisville

2-1 losing score
2-4 won-lost record

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women’s soccer

DeGraw records a season best in net as Bison complete New York road trip
https://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wsoc/2021-22/releases/recap_morrisville

4-0 losing score
0-4 record

opponent Morrisville State has a 4-1-1 record

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Arkansas volleyball

Hall at ASD

Hall is Class 5A school.

Hall.  25  25  25
ASD. 13   15   9

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Kansas Volleyball

September 14 vs Midland at KSD

KSD Junior Varsity   13-25, 25-23, 11-15
KSD JV            13   25   11
Midland            25   23   25

KSD Varsity  14-25, 14-25, 25-27
KSD V            14   14    25
Midland           25   25    27

September 18 vs Iowa School for the Deaf at MSAD, Minnesota

KSD Varsity  25-8, 25-10, 25-20
KSD V               25   25  25
ISD                      8   10  20

September 18 vs Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf at Minnesota

KSD Varsity  17-25, 16-25, 24-26
KSD V            17   16   24
MSAD             25   25   26

Lady Jackrabbits overall record
Junior Varsity… 1-4
Varsity….  4-4

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Maryland football

Hancock (0-2) 0
MSD (3-0)- 52

Hancock 0       0        0        0        0
MSD      30      8        6         8        52

Scoring Summary

M- Ethan S. 42 yards run (Rocco B. run)
M- Ethan G. 29 yards run (Pass fail)
M- Rocco B. 21 yards run (Ethan G run)
M- Ethan S. 4 yards run (Rocco B. run)
M- Ethan S. 1 yard run (Ethan G run)
M- Rocco B. 2 yards run (Pass failed)
M- Ethan G. 8 yards run (Rocco run)

Individual Stats

Rushing

Ethan Guettler- 12 for 110 yards 2 tds
Rocco Bauer- 8 for 84 yards 2 tds
Dwayne Collins II 7 for 56 yards
Ethan Sheppeck- 3 for 47 yards 3 tds

Passing

Nathan Sheppeck 1 for 3 22 yards

Receiving

Ethan Sheppeck 1 for 22 yards

Ethan Guettler led the team in rushing yards. 12 for 110 and 2 touchdowns.
Rocco Bauer rushed 8 for 84 yards with 2 tds. Ethan Sheppeck rushed 3
times for 47 yards
and 3 tds. Defense had four total fumble recoveries.

Total Yards

Hancock (3 yards total/ 3 yards rushing/0 yards passing)
MSD (317 total yards/ 295 rushing yards/22 passing yards)

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Rochester volleyball

First 3 volleyball games

It was a great start for our Volleyball team! We won first three games
against Eugenio Maria De Hostos (3-1), Delaware (3-0), then Finney (3-0).
Our record is 3-0
and will have next game tomorrow at St.Mary’s School for the Deaf.
Game Results:

VS Eugenio
Set 1- 25 to 14 W
Set 2- 18 to 25 L
Set 3- 25 to 16 W
Set 4- 25 to 12 W

Senior Mariana had 14 aces and 5 kills and Senior Emma tallied 8 digs and
5 kills.

VS Delaware
Set 1- 25 to 9
Set 2-25 to 14
Set 3- 25 to 16

Emma tallied 13 aces and 5 digs and Mariana had 19 aces and 9 assists.
Not only that, Freshman Judy had 6 aces!

VS Finney
Set 1- 26 to 24
Set 2- 25 to 20
Set 3- 25 to 11

Mariana earned 16 aces and 11 assists and Emma finished with 9 digs.

Next game at St.Mary’s School for the Deaf at 3:30 pm.

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Texas football

TSD lost to Veritas Academy 59-84. TSD’s record now is 2-1 and they will
play against St. Mary’s Hall this Thursday at 6:00 pm.

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Texas volleyball

Varsity Volleyball
Texas, 1 New Manor Tech, 3

Results: 15-25, 25-22, 21-25, 25-27
Record: 10-6-1

SOCO JV Volleyball Tournament

The Lady Rangers played hard and entered the gold bracket as #2 seeded. In
the first round of the gold bracket, the Lady Rangers fought hard but we
lost. We ended
the tournament with 6th place out of 12 teams.
Coach Janna Oshman

Pool PlayTexas, 2
New Manor Tech, 0
Results: 15-4, 15-10

Tribe Consolidated, 0
Texas, 2
Results: 12-15, 13-15

Texas, 0
Hill Country (San Marcos), 2
Results: 9-15, 11-15

Bracket play
Hill Country – Austin, 2
Texas, 0
Results: 25-15, 25-23

Austin Royals B, 1
Texas, 2
Results: 25-19, 23-25, 15-8

Hill Country (San Marcos), 2
Texas, 1
Results: 20-25, 25-18, 15-9
Tournament record: 4-2
Season Record: 12-4

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St Mary’s soccer

he Bisons suffered their 1st regular season loss by dropping a hard fought
match against Central Baptist.  Both teams had many opportunities to score
but it was
the Lions who were able to finish on top.  Towards the end of the match it
was clear that our boys had no energy left and with the score knotted at
2-2, we
struggled to hold our opponent off and they were able to take advantage.
The final score was 3-2.  On  a positive note, both Ethan Antone and
Farhad Ghorbani
continued their scoring streak by putting the ball into the back of our
opponents net for the 3rd straight game.  Please come and support our
Bisons as we look to
get back on track this Wednesday at home against the Rochester Wildcats.

Overall Record: 2-1

Individual Stats:

Ethan Antone- 1 goal(5th of the season)

Farhad Ghorbani-1 goal(6th of the season)

Saul Alvira- 5 saves

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Texas football

PRIVATE SCHOOLS — SIX-MAN

Rank School (Record) Week 4 Prv rank

1 Waco Live Oak (4-0) W: McKinney Cornerstone, 94-48 1

2 Austin Veritas (4-0) W: Austin Texas School for the Deaf, 84-58 2

3 Bulverde Bracken Christian (3-0) W: SA Jubilee, 54-6 4

4 Marble Falls Faith (3-0) Idle 5

5 Austin Texas School for the Deaf (2-1) L: Austin Veritas, 84-58 3

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Western Pennsylvania sports

SOCCER

YESTERDAY’s RESULT – lost to Crawford Christian, 2-4

NEXT GAME – 9/21/21 AWAY  Robinson Township Christian

LEAGUE RECORD – 0-2-0

OVERALL RECORD – 0-5-0

VOLLEYBALL

NEXT GAME –   9/21/21  HOME  @ Grace Christian (V only)

Junior Varsity

YESTERDAY’s RESULT – DNP

RECORD:  0-4

Varsity

YESTERDAY’s RESULT – DNP

LEAGUE RECORD – 0-4

OVERALL RECORD – 0-5

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past Gallaudet football player

part of newspaper story

Ohio newspapear

Fremont inducted into Eastern High School Athletic Hall of
Fame

During the 2015 season, the Eastern High School football program played
its first fully-sanctioned varsity season.

From its onset, the program was immediately competitive, largely due to
the play and leadership of senior running back Cole Fremont. Cole’s work
ethic and determination were unparalleled and set the bar for the entire
football program.

After high school, Cole also went on to play collegiate football at
Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C.

note:
not sure if he played four seasons, but he played in some Gallaudet
football games.

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Deaf player invited to USA Wheelchair Basketball Tryouts

Kerwin Haake from Lexington KY and now a deaf freshman at the University
of Arizona, has been invited to tryout for the USA Men’s National U23
Wheelchair Basketball Team.  The tryouts will take place at the US
Olympic/Paralympic Training Center at the Lakeshore Foundation in
Birmingham from October 20-24.  Kerwin is among the top 33 American
wheelchair basketball players under the age of 23 who were invited to
tryout for 12 spots on the team.  Once selected, this team will compete
for the U23 Wheelchair Basketball World Championships in Japan next
summer.

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college deaf athlete

Katelyn Fairhurst

will enroll at Pace University (NCAA-II, New York) as freshman, September 2022

field hockey

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random deafsports thoughts

Years ago, a Gallaudet trainer graduated from Shenandoah University.

Gallaudet had a football game scheduled with Shenandoah University;
on Friday before the game next day, she went to work wearing a
Shenandoah University sweater, hoping to goad Gallaudet to a win.
It backfired as Gallaudet lost.

Funny or not funny!

It is always not funny to mock the employer with these sort of
things.

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http://GallaudetAthleticsStore.com

………

Order a copy of the new Gallaudet University Men’s Basketball History Book

The Gallaudet University men’s basketball program is excited
to announce online ordering information for those fans, alumni, etc.,
interested in purchasing a copy of the Gallaudet University Men’s
Basketball History Book (1904-2019) written by Gallaudet Athletics Hall of
Famer Barry Strassler.

You can now purchase your own copy for $35 apiece and $8 for shipping.

Please allow two weeks to receive the book.

Purchase here: https://app.mobilecause.com/form/LQ60XQ?vid=73t7e

a vlog is at:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQFMZ-d7dvc&feature=youtu.be

……………………

won/lost records, as of 9/21/21

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

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

soccer:
Rhode Island 1-0
Rochester 0-1
St Mary’s 2-1
Western Pennsylvania 0-5

volleyball:
Alabama 1-7
Arkansas 0-5
Florida 3-2
Fremont 1-2
Indiana 3-1
Iowa 1-3
Kansas 4-4
Maryland 9-1
Minnesota 3-2
Oklahoma 2-2
Rochester 3-0
South Carolina 0-1
St Mary’s 0-1
Texas 10-6-1
Western Pennsylvania 0-5
Wisconsin 2-2

2021/09/19

DeafDigest Sports – September 19, 2021

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

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

—- random deafsports thoughts

— Gallaudet upates; wins in 3 different sports

— yesterday football scores

— a high school fall of famer

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won/lost records to date

pls go to bottom of this edition

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Thursday football scores
Sep 16 Mary M Knight 44 Washington 2
Sep 16 Florida 44 St John’s County Day 14

Friday scores
Sep 17 Maryland hosts Hancock HS (postponed to Sep 20)
Sep 17 Model hosts Quantico HS (cancelled)
Sep 17 Riverside 64 Hesperia Christian 22
Sep 17 Fremont 38 Anderson Valley 14

Saturday scores
Sep 18 Kansas 20 Minnesota 6

Sep 18 New Mexico at Louisiana (not reported; not sure if played or cancelled)

Sep 18 Lake Station Edison 34 Indiana 8

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Gallaudet updates

football
Gallaudet football makes return to gridiron and defeats Thaddeus Stevens, 21-14
https://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/fball/2021-22/releases/recap_thaddeusstevens

21-14 winning score
1-0 won-lost record

note:
always great to win a football game

coming up next is Greensboro away
(not the same as University of NC at Greensboro, two different schools in same town)

Greensboro has defeated Gallaudet in past seasons, meaning it is a big challenge
to earn a win on their home turf

volleyball
Bison rally twice down two sets to win five-set thrillers at EMU Tri-Meet
https://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wvball/2021-22/releases/recap_emusu

2-0 winning score
4-7 won-lost

men’s soccer
Grant’s overtime header leads GU to victory in conference opener at Wells
https://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/msoc/2021-22/releases/recap_wells

2-1 winning score
2-3 won-lost

note:
overtime is 10 minutes to decide the winner; the winning goal was
scored at 99:33; this meant 67 seconds remaining in the game!

women’s soccer
Late goals doom Bison in conference opener
https://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wsoc/2021-22/releases/recap_wells

2-1 losing score
0-3

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past Gallaudet football player

part of newspaper story

Ohio newspapear

Fremont inducted into Eastern High School Athletic Hall of
Fame

During the 2015 season, the Eastern High School football program played
its first fully-sanctioned varsity season.

From its onset, the program was immediately competitive, largely due to
the play and leadership of senior running back Cole Fremont. Cole’s work
ethic and determination were unparalleled and set the bar for the entire
football program.

After high school, Cole also went on to play collegiate football at
Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C.

note:
not sure if he played four seasons, but he played in some Gallaudet
football games.

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random deafsports thoughts

Years ago, a Gallaudet trainer graduated from Shenandoah University.

Gallaudet had a football game scheduled with Shenandoah University;
on Friday before the game next day, she went to work wearing a
Shenandoah University sweater, hoping to goad Gallaudet to a win.
It backfired as Gallaudet lost.

Funny or not funny!

It is always not funny to mock the employer with these sort of
things.

…………………….

http://GallaudetAthleticsStore.com

………

Order a copy of the new Gallaudet University Men’s Basketball History Book

The Gallaudet University men’s basketball program is excited
to announce online ordering information for those fans, alumni, etc.,
interested in purchasing a copy of the Gallaudet University Men’s
Basketball History Book (1904-2019) written by Gallaudet Athletics Hall of
Famer Barry Strassler.

You can now purchase your own copy for $35 apiece and $8 for shipping.

Please allow two weeks to receive the book.

Purchase here: https://app.mobilecause.com/form/LQ60XQ?vid=73t7e

a vlog is at:

……………………

won/lost records, as of 9/19/21

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

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

soccer:
Rhode Island 1-0
Rochester 0-1
St Mary’s 2-0
Western Pennsylvania 0-4

volleyball:
Alabama 1-6
Arkansas 0-5
Florida 3-2
Fremont 1-2
Indiana 3-1
Iowa 1-3
Kansas 0-2
Maryland 9-1
Minnesota 3-2
Oklahoma 2-2
South Carolina 0-1
St Mary’s 0-1
Texas 10-5-1
Western Pennsylvania 0-5
Wisconsin 2-2

DeafDigest Sports – September 19, 2021

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

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

—- random deafsports thoughts

— Gallaudet upates; wins in 3 different sports

— yesterday football scores

— a high school fall of famer

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won/lost records to date

pls go to bottom of this edition

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Thursday football scores
Sep 16 Mary M Knight 44 Washington 2
Sep 16 Florida 44 St John’s County Day 14

Friday scores
Sep 17 Maryland hosts Hancock HS (postponed to Sep 20)
Sep 17 Model hosts Quantico HS (cancelled)
Sep 17 Riverside 64 Hesperia Christian 22
Sep 17 Fremont 38 Anderson Valley 14

Saturday scores
Sep 18 Kansas 20 Minnesota 6

Sep 18 New Mexico at Louisiana (not reported; not sure if played or cancelled)

Sep 18 Lake Station Edison 34 Indiana 8

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Gallaudet updates

football
Gallaudet football makes return to gridiron and defeats Thaddeus Stevens, 21-14
https://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/fball/2021-22/releases/recap_thaddeusstevens

21-14 winning score
1-0 won-lost record

note:
always great to win a football game, preventing a game-losing touchdown pass

coming up next is Greensboro away
(not the same as University of NC at Greensboro, two different schools in same town)

Greensboro has defeated Gallaudet in past seasons, meaning it is a big challenge
to earn a win on their home turf

volleyball
Bison rally twice down two sets to win five-set thrillers at EMU Tri-Meet
https://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wvball/2021-22/releases/recap_emusu

2-0 winning score
4-7 won-lost

men’s soccer
Grant’s overtime header leads GU to victory in conference opener at Wells
https://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/msoc/2021-22/releases/recap_wells

2-1 winning score
2-3 won-lost

note:
overtime is 10 minutes to decide the winner; the winning goal was
scored at 99:33; this meant 67 seconds remaining in the overtime!

women’s soccer
Late goals doom Bison in conference opener
https://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wsoc/2021-22/releases/recap_wells

2-1 losing score
0-3 won-lost

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past Gallaudet football player

part of newspaper story

Ohio newspapear

Fremont inducted into Eastern High School Athletic Hall of
Fame

During the 2015 season, the Eastern High School football program played
its first fully-sanctioned varsity season.

From its onset, the program was immediately competitive, largely due to
the play and leadership of senior running back Cole Fremont. Cole’s work
ethic and determination were unparalleled and set the bar for the entire
football program.

After high school, Cole also went on to play collegiate football at
Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C.

note:
not sure if he played four seasons, but he played in some Gallaudet
football games.

…………………….

random deafsports thoughts

Years ago, a Gallaudet trainer graduated from Shenandoah University.

Gallaudet had a football game scheduled with Shenandoah University;
on Friday before the game next day, she went to work wearing a
Shenandoah University sweater, hoping to goad Gallaudet to a win.
It backfired as Gallaudet lost. And got Gallaudet players angry and upset.

Funny or not funny!

It is always not funny to mock the employer with these sort of
things.

…………………….

http://GallaudetAthleticsStore.com

………

Order a copy of the new Gallaudet University Men’s Basketball History Book

The Gallaudet University men’s basketball program is excited
to announce online ordering information for those fans, alumni, etc.,
interested in purchasing a copy of the Gallaudet University Men’s
Basketball History Book (1904-2019) written by Gallaudet Athletics Hall of
Famer Barry Strassler.

You can now purchase your own copy for $35 apiece and $8 for shipping.

Please allow two weeks to receive the book.

Purchase here: https://app.mobilecause.com/form/LQ60XQ?vid=73t7e

a vlog is at:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQFMZ-d7dvc&feature=youtu.be

……………………

won/lost records, as of 9/19/21

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

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

soccer:
Rhode Island 1-0
Rochester 0-1
St Mary’s 2-0
Western Pennsylvania 0-4

volleyball:
Alabama 1-6
Arkansas 0-5
Florida 3-2
Fremont 1-2
Indiana 3-1
Iowa 1-3
Kansas 0-2
Maryland 9-1
Minnesota 3-2
Oklahoma 2-2
South Carolina 0-1
St Mary’s 0-1
Texas 10-5-1
Western Pennsylvania 0-5
Wisconsin 2-2

2021/09/18

DeafDigest Sports – September 18, 2021

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

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

—- random deafsports thoughts

— Gallaudet upates; a football win

— upcoming football games

— Macau’ super deaf female athlete

…………………..

won/lost records to date

pls go to bottom of this edition

it will be updated tomorrow

sorry for the inconvenience

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Thursday football scores
Sep 16 Mary M Knight 44 Washington 2
Sep 16 Florida 44 St John’s County Day 14

Friday scores
Sep 17 Indiana hosts Anderson Prep (changed to 9/18; different opponent)
Sep 17 Maryland hosts Hancock HS (postponed to Sep 20)
Sep 17 Model hosts Quantico HS (cancelled)
Sep 17 Riverside 64 Hesperia Christian 22
Sep 17 Fremont 38 Anderson Valley 14

Saturday games
Sep 18 Kansas at Wisconsin (cancelled)
Sep 18 New Mexico at Louisiana
Sep 18 Kansas at Minnesota (replacement game)
Sep 18 Indiana hosts Lake Station Edison (changed from above; different opponent)
Sep 18 Wisconsin at Minnesota

Note:
there is no guarantee that some games will be
played as scheduled. If you are planning to
watch a game, it would be wise to doublecheck
to make sure the game is being played as
scheduled.

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Gallaudet updates

football – today
Gallaudet hosts Stevens Trade

final score:
Gallaudet 21
Stevens   14

Gallaudet led 14-0 at half and while Stevens caught up with two
second half touchdowns, Gallaudet scored one touchdown. Stevens
had the ball on the last possession of the game, but Gallaudet
defense prevented any damage.

Tomorrow’s DeafDigest Sports should provide game details but
for now Gallaudet is 1-0 for the season.

Next game coming up is away at Greensboro.

volleyball
First set lead slips away from Bison in road match against Dickinson
https://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wvball/2021-22/releases/recap_dickinson

lost 3-0

Gallaudet picks up 3-1 win at Wilson
https://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wvball/2021-22/releases/recap_wilson

won 3-1

3-7 won-lost record

Gallaudet football preview
Gallaudet football set to return after missing the 2020 season
https://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/fball/2021-22/releases/seasonpreview

note:
four players on last season’s Texas School for the Deaf state championship
team are playing as Gallaudet freshmen – Brandon Brentham, Russell Rohde,
Zarek Nathanson, and Kylar Sicoli.

men’s cross country
GU men’s cross country finishes sixth at Charger Invitational
https://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mxc/2021-22/releases/recap_chargerinvite

women’s cross country
Bison women’s team places fourth at Charger Invitational
https://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wxc/2021-22/releases/recap_chargerinvite

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Alabama volleyball

Thursday, September 16
Wadley 3  ASD 0 (25-9, 25-12, 25-16)
Season 1 – 6
Area 1 – 3

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Arkansas volleyball

September 15.

ASD 23  26  25 24 6
OSD 25  24 19 26 15

OSD 3 to 2.

Last night was an exciting VB match between ASD and OSD. it went the full
5 sets. Close matches.  3 of them was won by 2 points.

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Florida volleyball

9/16/21: FSDB at Palatka

All Dragon VB teams swept away by Panthers.

Middle School:

The young lady dragons lost their third straight game.

During the first game, we were not mentally and physically ready, so we
had several errors, such as our serving and not receiving the ball well.
However, in the
second game, we were focused and had better energy but still fell short.
They contribute more effort and never give up.

I’m so proud of our team because every player is improving their skills
every day. We need to find those sparks asap, so we will continue to work
on our weaknesses
and come together.

The middle school’s next home game is on Monday, September 20th, at 5:30
pm and 6:30 pm; come and support the young lady dragons!

Junior Varsity:

Our JV Dragons received their first loss last night. Our first game was a
wake up call for the girls.

The opposing team was able to serve and break apart our defense which
caused them to earn 25 points straight.

The second game, the girls pulled themselves together and were able to
take back points from the Palatka Panthers. Tensions were running high
this game and the
girls were starting to lose their cohesiveness. In the end we were
defeated a second time and we had a long talk about sportsmanship and
supporting each other. The
girls were able put their feelings aside in the end and supported Varsity
for their game.

Now that they had a taste of good competition, the girls will be ready for
their game next week on Tuesday and again on Wednesday at 5:30 and 6:30
respectively.
These are both home games so please come and support the girls!

Varsity:

Check out this highlight! https://www.hudl.com/v/2Fqy3w

The Lady Dragons fell 3-0 to the Panthers on Thursday evening. We were
struggling to receive their serve. They jumped out to a quick 9-1 lead,
but our girls fought
hard by passing well, setting right, and spiking hard. We got better in
the late set, but came up just short, 20-25 in the first set. The second
was much closer in
the early going with the first 9 points. There was a lot of back and
forth. Receiving their serve intimidated us. We tried not to lose our
momentum as we finished
at 9-25. In the third set, we gave numerous free balls as they attacked us
with hard spikes. We struggled to pass and set right. We were not able to
make any good
hits, but we tried to stay in the game by playing smart. The final set was
17-25.

As the game went on, Kayla Debrow has learned to build her own Block City!
She blocked —– Olivia Brown led the Dragons with kills and aces.

The Lady Dragons will return to action next Tuesday at home, and it will
be our first home game! Come and support us!

Lady Dragons (leaders) — Kills (14): Debrow 5, Olivia 4, Williams 2,
Oceana 1, Crook 1, Dainty 1; Assists (11): Crook 7, Olivia 3, Oceana 2,
Hancock 1, Williams 1;
Aces (6): Kayla 3, Dainty 1, Essex 2; Digs (28): Dainty 8, Oceana 6,
Olivia 5, Crook 3, Debrow 3, Essex 2, Williams 1 ; Blocks (2): 1 Brown, 1
Debrow

Record 3-2

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Florida football

We welcomed the Spartans of St. Johns Country Day School out of Orange
Park to Usina Field tonight.  We, however, weren’t very welcoming as we
pulled out a 44-14
victory.

Our youngsters logged many snaps tonight thanks to the dominance of our
starting unit in the 1st quarter.  On our very first play of the night,
Luis Merced
scampered 75 yards for a touchdown.  Justin Cabrera, Phoenix Lambirth, and
Frantz Valbrun also scored touchdowns tonight.

Our backup defense played practically the whole night and only allowed 14
points.  Way to go, young fellas!

Our next game is a big one, and it’ll be HOME on 9/23 vs Duval Charter
School, 7pm.

For our conference info, you can visit

https://www.sunshinestateathletics.com/page/show/6526751-8-man-2021-2022-?subseason=761048

SCORING SUMMARY

1q FSDB Merced 75 run (Lambirth run) 8-0

1q FSDB Cabrera 37 run (Cabrera run) 16-0

1q FSDB Merced 32 run (fail) 22-0

1q SJCD 50 pass (PAT failed) 22-6

1q FSDB Lambirth 75 run (Dulcio run) 30-6

2q FSDB Cabrera 14 run (Lambirth run) 38-6

3q SJCD 2 run (PAT good) 38-14

4q FSDB Valbrun 43 run (PAT failed) 44-14

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING

Luis Merced 2-107, 2td. Phoenix Lambirth 2-79, 1td, 2pat. Frantz Valbrun
6-71, 1td.  Justin Cabrera 3-48, 2td, 1pat. Angel Guillen 8-44, 1pat.
Cayto Dulcio 3-15,
1pat. Darren Groome 2–2.

PASSING

Justin Cabrera 0/1.

RECEIVING

DEFENSE

Cayto Dulcio 10t (6 solo) 1tfl 1pd.  DeCedrick McKenzie 4t (2 solos).
JaMorien Scott 4t (1 solo) 1tfl, 1ff, 1fr.  Antawn Wanliss 3t (1 solo).
Phoenix Lambirth 2t
(2solos) 2sk.   Sincere Vazquez 2t (2solos). Justin Cabrera 2t (2 solo)
1tfl. Luis Merced 2t (1solo). Angel Guillen 2t (1 solo).  Marcus Guillou
1t. Jamie Antal 1t.
Andre Pellicer 1t (1 solo) 1tfl.  LaSean Nagle 1t (1solo) 1tfl. Frantz
Valbrun 1t.  Roberto Centeno 1t. Darren Groome 1t.  Daren Cason 1t.

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Maryland football

MSD vs Rappahannock

Rappahannock County HS (0-1)

Rappahannock      0        0         0       0       0
MSD              22       22         6       6       56

Scoring Summary

M- E. Sheppeck 25 yards run (R. Bauer pass from Joseph)
M- Z. Ortiz 22 yards run (Run failed)
M- N. Sheppeck 37 yards run (Joseph run)
M- Z. Ortiz 42 yards run (Joseph run)
M- Z. Ortiz 36 yards run (E. Sheppeck run)
M- E. Sheppeck 20 yards run (Run failed)
M- E. Sheppeck 16 yards run (run failed)
M- D. Collins II 5 yards run (run failed)

Individual Stats
Rushing:
Zion Ortiz: 6- 121 3 tds
Ethan Sheppeck- 9-132 3 tds
Nathan Sheppeck- 6- 128 1 td

Passing:
Jaden Joseph: 3-3 49 yards

Receiving:
Ethan Sheppeck- 1-28
Nathan Sheppeck- 1-20

AJ Baker led the team with 10 tackles and two forced fumbles. Ethan
Guettler and Mepper Beshears had a fumble recovery apiece.

Total Yards :
MSD: 469 yards total (420 rushing/49 passing)
R: 56 total yards (56 rushing/0 passing yards)

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland beat Mercersburg Academy
Scores: 25-12, 25-14, 25-7
Record: 9-1-0

Stats
Olivia Clinger
2 kills, 3 blocks

Citrine Lummer
13 kills, 7 digs, 1 assist, 5 aces

Jade Macedo
2 kills, 16 assists, 3 digs, 5 aces

Alona Zfati
6 digs, 1 ace

Alina Williamson
2 digs

Arabella Bielucke
4 kills, 1 dig

Sigridura Junc
1 block, 1 ace

Ciara Luttrell
1 ace

Amber Virnig
2 kills

Sierra Herzig-Wilcox
1 kill, 1 block, 1 ace

JV Maryland beat Fairfax Hawks
Scores: 25-16, 25-9
Record: 8-2-1

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Minnesota volleyball

Our varsity girls volleyball team swept AFSA by winning 3 straight sets.

25-5
25-10
25-15

Overall record now at 2-1

This Saturday will be our homecoming game. Iowa school for the Deaf and Kansas
School for the Deaf will play in 3 team match ups.

8am MSAD vs ISD
9:30am ISD vs KSD
11:00am KSD vs MSAD

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New Mexico volleyball

part of newspaper story

New Mexico School for the Deaf 3, Tierra Encantada 0

What happened: The Lady Roadrunners reached the .500 mark when they swept
the Alacranes, 25-16, 25-16, 25-18. NMSD head coach Letty Perez said the
team has grown considerably on the court. “We’ve seen them improve so much
since Day One and look forward to more growth,” Perez wrote in an email.

Top players: Stacy Vargas served 13 aces and had eight kills for the Lady
Roadrunners, while freshman Angelique Quiñonez had nine aces. Senior
Sophia Martinez chipped in with eight kills.

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Oklahoma volleyball

9/14
OSD 0 vs Life Christian Academy 1

9/15
OSD 1 vs Arkansas School for the Deaf 0

Record 2-2

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Rhode Island soccer

RISD’s Varsity Soccer team kicked off our 2021 fall season with an away
game at Providence Country Day School — this was our first game in nearly
2 years!
We jumped out to a strong 3-0 first half lead and were feeling good. The
coaches made some adjustments to give our players playing experience at
new positions and
was able to hold off PCDS’ two-goal rally to win the game 3-2.

RISD –  3  0  – 3
PCDS-  0  2 – 2

Dimas C. – 3 Goals

Record: 1-0
Next Game: Friday, September 24 vs. Blackstone Valley Prep

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Riverside football

said the head coach Keith Adams:

Next 2 games big test for us

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Rochester soccer

RSD hosted the Bluehawks in a friendly, 6 v 6 soccer game this past Friday
evening under the sun! It was a fun competitive game with both sides
making some great
shots. However, in the end, we were able to prevail. We appreciate DSD
traveling down to Rochester and wish them the best of luck throughout the
season.

Final Score:
RSD: 8
DSD: 6

Goals:

Aggas (3)
Stenson (2)
A. Clark (2)
B. Clark (1)

Assists:

A. Clark (2)

Lima Baptist Church  6
Rochester            1

Cayne Aggas (1)

Record: 0-1

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St Mary’s soccer

The Bisons have found some early success in this 2021 season having earned
their 2nd consecutive win by defeating league opponent the Stanley G. Falk
school by the
score of 8-0. Farhad Ghorbani (Sophmore) led the scoring by notching 4
goals followed by senior Brady Bartell who netted 2 goals of his own. The
Bisons were in
complete control the entire match. Come out to the field next week as our
team looks to make it 3 wins in a row and continue our hot streak.

Overall Record: 2-0
Individual Stats:
Farhad Ghorbani: 4 goals(2nd,3rd,4th, & 5th of the season)
Brady Bartell: 2 goals(2nd & 3rd of the season)
Ethan Antone: 1 goal(4th of the season)
Magdi Mohammed: 1 goal

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St Mary’s volleyball

The Lady Bisons started off their season yesterday afternoon against the
Central Baptist Lions. After the extended “break” from volleyball, the
ladies came back to
the court with a new feel for the game. After a very rocky 1st set, the
girls were able to shake off a little of their nerves and started to find
more cohesion in
their play. Unfortunately it wasn’t enough to comeback, and we fell in 3
straight sets.

Julia Bronneberg racked up a total of 15 service points, 3 of which were
aces, and showed her leadership on the court  by being involved throughout
the game and
managing 4 attack swings.  Emma Foster emerged as a surprising setter
early in the game. Her calm control at the net helped setup several
players for attack
opportunities and really demonstrated her hustle and energy. Kioney
Alvira-Jurado made her return to the volleyball court this year with a
solid overhand serve
which she unveiled earning 2 aces. Once she manages a little more control,
she will be a huge asset for the team. Emilylynn Spillman, Zarielle Ormsby
and Elliana
Sanders made their volleyball debut and Briona Zupa and Aleyshka Rivera
assisted throughout the game.

The effort and teamwork demonstrated by the girls was amazing to see and
we can only hope that as they learn through the season their skills level
will rise to meet
their level of heart. Our next game will be against Rochester School for
the Deaf next Thursday at 3:30 pm. We hope to see lots of fans ready to
cheer on the Lady
Bisons just as much as we saw this week.

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Texas sports

High School

Cross Country
Last week was a short week of practice for our Running Rangers XC team as
they continued preparing with core exercises & conditioning runs for their
first XC meet of the season that was hosted by St. Andrews Episcopal High
School on Saturday Sept. 11th. The 2 female athletes & the 3 male athletes
that competed on Saturday got their first test of the racing season
against very good competition. Each TSD runner struggled with running
against real competition as they were challenged mentally & physically
during the race but eventually found the finish line and crossed it. Our
female athletes raced on a 2 mile course around the campus that was on a
grassy surface as well as a dirt rocky surface. Our male athletes competed
in a 5k (3.1 mile) course that was the same course around the campus as
the 2 mile course with an additional half loop around the campus.

Football
Texas will play their first home game against Veritas on September 17th at
7:00 pm.  Last season, TSD won their first State Championship against
Veritas.

Varsity Volleyball
Texas, 0
Lutheran High, 3
Result: 14-25, 7-25, 15-25
Record: 10-5-1

Junior Varsity Volleyball
Texas, 2
Lutheran High, 0
Result: 25-19, 25-18
Record: 8-2

Elem./Middle School

Volleyball
St. Austin, 0
7th/8th TSD, 2
Result: 25-22, 25-21
Record: 5-3

Hyde Park, 1
5th/6th TSD (white), 2
Result: 17-25, 26-24,16-14
Record: 1-0

Elem./Middle School Volleyball
St. Ignatius, 2
5th/6th TSD (Blue), 1
Result: 25-23, 25-27, 14-16
Record: 2-1

St. Ignatius, 1
5th/6th TSD (White), 2
Result: 26-24, 24-26, 15-8
Record: 2-0

St. Ignatius, 2
7th/8th TSD, 1
Result: 9-25, 25-18, 6-15
Record: 5-4

7th/8th Flag Football
TSD 0 – St. Ignatius 34.
Record: 0-2

5th/6th Flag Football
TSD  0 – St. Ignatius 8
Record: 0-2

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Western Pennsylvania sports

SOCCER

Lost to Cornerstone Prep Christian, 1-6

NEXT GAME – 9/20/21 AWAY  Crawford Christian – @Slippery Rock Baptist Campground

LEAGUE RECORD – 0-2-0

OVERALL RECORD – 0-4-0

VOLLEYBALL

NEXT GAME –   9/21/21  HOME  @ Grace Christian (V only)

Junior Varsity

Lost to Cornerstone Prep, 1-2 (26-24, 11-25, and 6-15)

RECORD:  0-4

Varsity

Lost to Cornerstone Prep Christian, 0-3 (8-25, 13-25, and 6-25)

LEAGUE RECORD – 0-4

OVERALL RECORD – 0-5

Macao’s super deaf female athlete

Hoi Long, who is deaf, was written up in an
interview. She is one of the Macao’s top female
triathletes.

Hoi won a bronze medal in the women’s triathlon at the 2018 Asian Games in
Indonesia and 6th place in the women’s triathlon at the 2017 National
Games.

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big deaf soccer & basketball tournament

from a tweet

Over 1,000 participants from 22 African countries will be in attendance.
There will be 16 deaf football teams and 8 deaf basketball teams in the
tournament.

note:

In USA and Canada we call it soccer; in the rest of the world
soccer is called football (not the same as USA football, just
soccer)

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random deafsports thoughts

Can a deaf AD function well in hearing high school athletics?

More or less on a case by case basis.

…………………….

http://GallaudetAthleticsStore.com

………

Order a copy of the new Gallaudet University Men’s Basketball History Book

The Gallaudet University men’s basketball program is excited
to announce online ordering information for those fans, alumni, etc.,
interested in purchasing a copy of the Gallaudet University Men’s
Basketball History Book (1904-2019) written by Gallaudet Athletics Hall of
Famer Barry Strassler.

You can now purchase your own copy for $35 apiece and $8 for shipping.

Please allow two weeks to receive the book.

Purchase here: https://app.mobilecause.com/form/LQ60XQ?vid=73t7e

a vlog is at:

……………………

won/lost records, as of 9/15/21

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

soccer:
St Mary’s 1-0
Western Pennsylvania 0-3

volleyball:
Alabama 1-5
Arkansas 0-4
Florida 2-1
Fremont 1-2
Indiana 3-1
Iowa 1-3
Kansas 0-2
Maryland 8-1
Oklahoma 1-0
South Carolina 0-1
Texas 10-2-1
Western Pennsylvania 0-3
Wisconsin 2-2

2021/09/15

DeafDigest Sports — September 15, 2021

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

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

—- random deafsports thoughts

— some schools sports stuff

— past deaf schools AD becomes interim hearing HS AD

— retirement of a superstar

— big soccer & basketball tournament

— upcoming football games

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won/lost records to date

pls go to bottom of this edition

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upcoming football games

Sep 16 Washington at Mary M Knight
Sep 16 Florida hosts St John’s County Day

Sep 17 Indiana hosts Anderson Prep
Sep 17 Maryland hosts Hancock HS
Sep 17 Model hosts Quantico HS (cancelled)
Sep 17 Riverside hosts Hesperia Christian
Sep 17 Fremont at Anderson Valley

Sep 18 Kansas at Wisconsin (cancelled)
Sep 18 New Mexico at Louisiana
Sep 18 Kansas at Minnesota (replacement game)

Note:
there is no guarantee that some games will be
played as scheduled. If you are planning to
watch a game, it would be wise to doublecheck
to make sure the game is being played as
scheduled.

………………….

Gallaudet men’s soccer

Bison clash with Shock in physical men’s soccer game
https://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/msoc/2021-22/releases/recap_wau

lost 2-1
record 1-3

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Alabama volleyball

Alabama Lady Warriors

Tuesday, September 14
Woodland 3  ASD 0 (25-5, 25-10, 25-11)
Season 1 – 5
Area 1 – 2

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Fremont Volleyball

We got our first victory of season! Defeated Making Waves Academy at home,
3-1 (25-10; 25-20; 20-25;25-19).  Record: 1-2 (1-2)  Next: @ Holy Names,
Thurs., 9/23.

Congrats to Coach Darriyan Thomas for her first win!

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Iowa volleyball

We had a fun game tonight. Saw a lot of skills being applied and
attempted. Our first set, the girls weren’t moving as much. The next three
sets, their energy
improved so did their movement. We had a phenomenal night of serving. We
achieved our first win tonight. I’m very proud of the girl’s, both on and
off the court
tonight.

16-25; 25-19; 25-16, 26-24

Kali Nipper
10 serves (8 aces)
5 attacks (2 kills)

Britany Adams
21 serves (8 aces)

Kynnedi Anderson
6 serves

Ali Sellwood
3 serves

Jenessa Patten
25 serves (6 aces)
1 attack

Kaitlyn Johns
13 serves (4 aces)

Hope Murapa
6 serves (1 ace)
3 kills

Record 1-3

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Maryland Volleyball Results

Maryland beat Perry Hall
Scores: 25-11, 25-7, 25-12
Record: 8-1-0

Stats
Olivia Clinger
2 kills, 2 blocks, 1 dig

Citrine Lummer
8 kills, 3 digs, 1 assist, 3 aces

Jade Macedo
2 kills, 18 assists, 8 aces

Alona Zfati
2 kills, 7 digs

Alina Williamson
2 kills, 2 assists, 1 dig

Arabella Bielucke
7 kills, 1 assist

Sigridura Junc
2 aces

Bella Finkle
1 kill, 1 assist, 1 dig

Zoe Austin
1 kill, 1 dig, 1 ace

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St Mary’s soccer

The Bisons were back on the pitch this afternoon after a long year with no
sports. The team was excited to engage in some meaningful matches. Our
squad started off
their regular season with a NFCAA league game against Amherst Christian.
It took our team a little bit to find our legs but once we started
competing, we were able
to control the game. Senior, Ethan Antone was able to put 3 goals passed
our opponents keeper while Senior, Brady Bartell and Sophmore Farhad
Ghorbani each tallied
1 goal a piece. Our defense and Sophmore goalie Saul Alvira was able to
contain the other team and limit them to only 2 shots against for the
entire game. The
Bisons were victorious 5-2. Our next contest is this Thursday at home in
another league match against the Falk school.

Overall Record: 1-0
Individual Stats:
Ethan Antone- 3 goals
Brady Bartell- 1 goal
Farhad Ghorbani- 1 goal
Saul Alvira(Goalie)- 2 saves

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Western Pennsylvania soccer

SOCCER

Lost to Robinson Township Christian, 2-6

NEXT GAME – 9/16/21 AWAY @Cornerstone Prep Christian

LEAGUE RECORD – 0-1-0

OVERALL RECORD – 0-3-0

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Wisconsin volleyball

Monday: Lost to Rock County Christian 0-3; (12-25), (22-25), (23-25)

Tuesday: Won over Mountain Top Christian 3-2; (25-22), (22-25), (25-21),
(19-25), (21-19)

Record 2-2

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past deaf schools AD becomes interim hearing HS AD

part of newspaper story

Aspen High School names John Castrese as the interim athletic director,
starts Sept. 27

John Castrese has been hired as the interim athletic director for Aspen
High School, the Aspen School District announced Tuesday in a news
release.

note:
it is in Colorado

he is deaf and previously served as AD at Riverside, Oregon and Model

He played one season with the Gallaudet football team before transferring
to University of North Texas

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retirement of a superstar

Paul Rabil has announced his retirement from pro lacrosse.

While continuing to play at a high level as a pro, he was
responsible for the split in the world of pro lacrosse.

For years he played in Major League Lacrosse but didn’t like
the way the league was operated and so, broke away and
helped, with other influential lacrosse players, to set up
a rival league – Premier Lacrosse League. Both rival leagues
eventually merged.

Rabil is hearing impaired; not sure of the degree of his
hearing loss, but he functions as a hearing person, not
using ASL.

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big deaf soccer & basketball tournament

from a tweet

Over 1,000 participants from 22 African countries will be in attendance.
There will be 16 deaf football teams and 8 deaf basketball teams in the
tournament.

note:

In USA and Canada we call it soccer; in the rest of the world
soccer is called football (not the same as USA football, just
soccer)

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random deafsports thoughts

Can a deaf AD function well in hearing high school athletics?

More or less on a case by case basis.

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http://GallaudetAthleticsStore.com

………

Order a copy of the new Gallaudet University Men’s Basketball History Book

The Gallaudet University men’s basketball program is excited
to announce online ordering information for those fans, alumni, etc.,
interested in purchasing a copy of the Gallaudet University Men’s
Basketball History Book (1904-2019) written by Gallaudet Athletics Hall of
Famer Barry Strassler.

You can now purchase your own copy for $35 apiece and $8 for shipping.

Please allow two weeks to receive the book.

Purchase here: https://app.mobilecause.com/form/LQ60XQ?vid=73t7e

a vlog is at:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQFMZ-d7dvc&feature=youtu.be

……………………

won/lost records, as of 9/15/21

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

soccer:
St Mary’s 1-0
Western Pennsylvania 0-3

volleyball:
Alabama 1-5
Arkansas 0-4
Florida 2-1
Fremont 1-2
Indiana 3-1
Iowa 1-3
Kansas 0-2
Maryland 8-1
Oklahoma 1-0
South Carolina 0-1
Texas 10-2-1
Western Pennsylvania 0-3
Wisconsin 2-2

2021/09/14

DeafDigest Sports — September 14, 2021

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

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

—- random deafsports thoughts

— some schools sports stuff

— upcoming football games

– two schools have cancelled fall season sports

…………………..

won/lost records to date

pls go to bottom of this edition

…………………

upcoming football games

Sep 16 Washington at Mary M Knight
Sep 16 Florida hosts St John’s County Day

Sep 17 Indiana hosts Anderson Prep
Sep 17 Maryland hosts Hancock HS
Sep 17 Model hosts Quantico HS
Sep 17 Riverside hosts Hesperia Christian
Sep 17 Fremont at Anderson Valley

Sep 18 Minnesota at Wisconsin
Sep 18 New Mexico at Louisiana

Note:
there is no guarantee that some games will be
played as scheduled. If you are planning to
watch a game, it would be wise to doublecheck
to make sure the game is being played as
scheduled.

………………….

Gallaudet football

first game of season vs Stevens Trade

it will be Stevens’ third game of season

they are currently 1-1

they won first game 22-20
they lost second game 12-6

they were supposed to play third game this past weekend
but that game was not played

past Gallaudet-Stevens games have always been a
physical battle; they don’t like to lose to Gallaudet
neither do we against them!

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Fremont Cross Country

Last Saturday at Hidden Valley Park (Ed Sias XC Invitational), Sevan Ikeda
came in 6th place out of 90 runners with a time of 12:38.1, Wen-Nan (Jax)
Carpenter came
in 66th place with a time of 15:52.4, and Aiden Olea came in 88th place
with a time of 22:51.8.

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Kansas Volleyball

September 7 vs KC East at KSD

KSD Junior Varsity   25-16, 19-25, 9-15
KSD JV            25   19    9
KC East           16   25   25

KSD Varsity  25-16, 22-25, 25-19, 18-25, 15-11
KSD V            25   22    25  18  15
KC East         16   25    19   25  11

September 8 vs Guadalupe High School at Guadalupe

KSD Junior Varsity   25-12, 25-12
KSD JV                25   25
Guadalupe           12   12

KSD Varsity  25-7, 25-15, 20-25, 25-14
KSD V                25   25   20   25
Guadalupe         7    15   25    14

September 9 vs Hyman Brand High School at Hyman Brand

KSD Varsity  25-15, 25-13, 25-22
KSD V                25   25   25
Hyman Brand     15   13   22

Lady Jackrabbits overall record
Junior Varsity… 1-3
Varsity….  3-2

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Pennsylvania sports

PA School for the Deaf has cancelled this fall sports
season for reasons of safety because of the pandemic

……………………

South Carolina sports

South Carolina School for the Deaf and Blind has cancelled
this fall sports season, same reason as with Pennsylvania
School for the Deaf

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Tennessee football

tidbit from a fan

Univ of Tennessee football= 100 years

Tennessee School for the Deaf football = 117 years

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Texas football

PRIVATE SCHOOLS — 6-MAN
Rank School (Record) Week 3 Prev rnk

1 Waco Live Oak (3-0) W: Wylie Prep, 82-36 1

2 Austin Veritas (3-0) W: Austin Royals, 42-39 3

3 Texas School for the Deaf (2-0) W: San Antonio St. Gerard, 68-23 5

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Western Pennsylvania sports

SOCCER

Lost to Portersville Christian, 0-4

NEXT GAME – 9/14/21 HOME vs Robinson Twp. Christian

LEAGUE RECORD – 0-0-0

OVERALL RECORD – 0-2-0

VOLLEYBALL

NEXT GAME – Wednesday, 9/15/21  AWAY @Grace Christian (V only)

Junior Varsity

Lost to Portersville Christian, 0-2 (15-25 and 9-25)

RECORD:  0-3

Varsity

Lost to Portersville Christian, 0-3 (14-25, 15-25, and 8-25)

LEAGUE RECORD – 0-2

OVERALL RECORD – 0-3

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college football player

part of newspaper story

Born deaf, running back Aaron Jones still looks to make mark on Penn
football

Aaron Jones, who is the son of former Penn cornerback Abraham Jones, was
born completely deaf.

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softball – tweet

from a tweet

I played in a whole softball tournament yesterday and didn’t realize the
2nd basemen was deaf til the 3rd game

note:
this comment is not a surprise. Deaf athletes do not “announce”
their deafness during contests!

Why should they?

…………………….

random deafsports thoughts

See the story above. Aaron Jones probably chose Penn because his father played
football there years ago.

Time will tell if he made the right football decision with Penn.

…………………….

http://GallaudetAthleticsStore.com

………

Order a copy of the new Gallaudet University Men’s Basketball History Book

The Gallaudet University men’s basketball program is excited
to announce online ordering information for those fans, alumni, etc.,
interested in purchasing a copy of the Gallaudet University Men’s
Basketball History Book (1904-2019) written by Gallaudet Athletics Hall of
Famer Barry Strassler.

You can now purchase your own copy for $35 apiece and $8 for shipping.

Please allow two weeks to receive the book.

Purchase here: https://app.mobilecause.com/form/LQ60XQ?vid=73t7e

a vlog is at:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQFMZ-d7dvc&feature=youtu.be

……………………

won/lost records, as of 9/14/21

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

soccer:
Western Pennsylvania 0-2

volleyball:
Alabama 1-4
Arkansas 0-4
Florida 2-1
Fremont 0-2
Indiana 3-1
Iowa 0-2
Kansas 0-2
Maryland 7-1
Oklahoma 1-0
South Carolina 0-1
Texas 10-2-1
Western Pennsylvania 0-3

2021/09/12

DeafDigest Sports — September 12, 2021

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

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

—- random deafsports thoughts

— Gallaudet updates

— football & volleyball write ups

— Saturday football scores

…………………..

won/lost records to date

pls go to bottom of this edition

…………………

football results

Thursday football results
Sep 9  Carolina Wildcats 68 Tennessee 6
Sep 9  South Carolina at NHLA (cancelled)
Sep 9  Merritt Island Christian 60 Florida 24
Sep 9  Louisiana at Mississippi (cancelled)
Sep 9  Salome 64 Phoenix 0

Friday football results
Sep 10 Branson 74 Fremont 6
Sep 10 Riverside 46 Southlands Christian 0
Sep 10 Texas 68 St Gerard Catholic 23
Sep 10 Maryland 38 St John’s Catholic Prep (Prospect Hall) 28

Saturday football results
Sep 11 Indiana 40 Alabama 0
Sep 11 Minnesota at New Mexico (this scheduled game never took place)

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Gallaudet updates

GU completes weekend at Buttermaker Tournament
https://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wvball/2021-22/releases/recap_muhlenberg2

lost 3-1 to Newmann
lost 3-1 to Pitt-Bradford

2-5 won-lost record

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Maryland volleyball

Varsity Oriole Classic

Pool Play
Maryland beat Heritage Academy
Scores: 25-22, 25-14

Maryland beat Brookswood
Scores: 25-12, 25-12

Playoffs
Semifinals
Maryland beat Shalom Christian Academy
Scores: 24-26, 25-17, 15-11

Championship
Maryland lost to Mt. Airy Christian Academy
Scores: 20-25, 21-25
Record: 7-1-0

Stats
Olivia Clinger
3 digs

Citrine Lummer
15 kills, 8 digs, 1 ace

Jade Macedo
1 kill, 14 assists, 5 digs, 3 aces

Alina Williamson
1 kill, 1 ace

Alona Zfati
9 digs, 2 aces

Sierra Herzig-Wilcox
1 kill

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random deafsports thoughts

Because of Covid-19 and hurricane/storm issues,
many football games have either been rescheduled or
cancelled.

This makes things harder for football coaches
and even harder for DeafDigest Sports editor
trying to confirm games are to be played or
have already been played as scheduled.

Comes with the territory!

…………………….

http://GallaudetAthleticsStore.com

………

Order a copy of the new Gallaudet University Men’s Basketball History Book

The Gallaudet University men’s basketball program is excited
to announce online ordering information for those fans, alumni, etc.,
interested in purchasing a copy of the Gallaudet University Men’s
Basketball History Book (1904-2019) written by Gallaudet Athletics Hall of
Famer Barry Strassler.

You can now purchase your own copy for $35 apiece and $8 for shipping.

Please allow two weeks to receive the book.

Purchase here: https://app.mobilecause.com/form/LQ60XQ?vid=73t7e

a vlog is at:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQFMZ-d7dvc&feature=youtu.be

……………………

won/lost records, as of 9/12/21

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

volleyball:
Alabama 1-4
Arkansas 0-4
Florida 2-1
Fremont 0-2
Indiana 3-1
Iowa 0-2
Kansas 0-2
Maryland 7-1
Oklahoma 1-0
South Carolina 0-1
Texas 10-2-1
Western Pennsylvania 0-2