2019/10/10

DeafDigest Sports – October 10, 2019

barry@deafdigest.com
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— random deafsports thoughts

— football games this week

— volleyball updates

— soccer updates

— Gallaudet volleyball

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

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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2019 football scores
as of 10/06/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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football games this week

football score last week as reported late
Prince of Peace 28 Texas 20

Oct 10 Alabama at Louisiana
Oct 10 South Carolina hosts South Carolina Green Charter

Oct 11 Indiana hosts Crimson Knights
Oct 11 Maryland at Hancock
Oct 11 Model hosts Paul International

Oct 12 Arkansas at Iowa
Oct 12 Florida at Tennessee
Oct 12 Phoenix at Anthem Prep
Oct 12 Mississippi at Oklahoma
Oct 12 Kansas at New Mexico
Oct 12 Texas hosts Texas Wind
Oct 12 Riverside at Fremont

note:
Illinois vs Missouri football game has been
cancelled

Colorado is forfeiting the game to Genoa-Hugo

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Great Plains volleyball tournament

GPSD Volleyball tournament will start this Friday, October 11th, hosted by
the Wisconsin School for the Deaf.

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Colorado Volleyball

10/8/2019

Lost to Parkhill Christian Academy

11-25, 14-25, 13-25

Next game 10/9/2019

Colorado vs. Elmwood Baptist at 5:00p

Colorado lost to Elmwood Baptist

17-25, 23-25, 11-25

Record is 0-13

Next game is 10/10/2019

Colorado vs. Kiowa 5:00p.m.

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Fremont volleyball

CSD Fremont Volleyball lost to Holy Names 0-3

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Indiana football

newspaper prediction

Southside Homeschool Knights (3-3) at Indiana Deaf (3-1): Indiana Deaf won
this meeting 42-35 last season. Indiana Deaf 28, Southside Homeschool 20.

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Mississippi volleyball

MSD 15 4 8
St Joseph 25 25 25

Double play
MSD 13 17 5
St Joseph 25 25 25

Next Game 10/12-13 @ Florida for Mason Dixon Tour.

Record 7-14

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New Mexico volleyball

NMSD             25        17        23     25       15

Walatowa      11        25        25     18        7

Last night was our first district game WIN for this volleyball season. I
looked at our statistics from the past 4 years, and our winning percentage
increased . Last
year we had a 7-12 record, we have more wins than in the past 4 years! 8
more games to go in this season and we are looking forward to those games!

Stats:

Junior Victoria Baca: 15 kills and 6 serve aces

Senior Andrea Leyba: 13 assists

Freshman Stacy Vargas: 11 serve aces

Next game: Friday, October 11th, Arkansas vs NMSD @ 11 am @ Wisconsin
School for the Deaf (GPSD tournament)

Overall record 8-4

District record 1-0

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New Mexico football

Boys played well last Saturday against the Minnesota State Academy for the
Deaf. The boys played more and there was good teamwork and sportsmanship.
We won 72 to
18. Yes, we made a few mistakes. That’s why we have practices to improve
their skills. Maybe you will notice some of us said WIN. That doesn’t mean
to win the game.
I want to focus on their skills and sportsmanship. What’s important now?
(WIN) To help and remind them to focus on the present to remove the
mistake/problem in the
past. Abe and I are proud of the boys. They worked hard and represented
the Roadrunners well! Please come and support us for the next two home
games. Next is Kansas
School for the Deaf on Oct. 12 at 1 pm, and the last game is senior day
and we will play against Washington School for the Deaf at 1 pm on Oct.
19.

Defensive and Offensive players of the week.

Defensive: Antonio Lopez

Offensive: Kieran Vollmar

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Ohio soccer

Final Result: Ohio 1, Johnstown JV 0
(1st Half: OSD 1, Johnstown JV 0)

(OSD season record is now 8-2)

Goals (OSD) : Amin Ali – 1

Assists (OSD) : none

Shots (OSD) : Amin Ali – 9, Guled Ali – 3, Lalli Jansen – 1

Saves (OSD) : Jason Alford – 10

Goals (Johnstown) : none

Assist (Johnstown): none

Shots (Johnstown) : Chase McGinnis – 7, Mason Starkey – 7, Andrew
Neighbarger – 4, Ben Roudebush – 3, Luke Doyle – 2, Elliott Layman – 2,
Evan Alm – 1, Andrew
Pittman – 1, Hunter Groves – 1, Aiden Rucker – 2, Thomas Dyer – 1, Unknown
– 1

Saves (Johnstown):  Goalie – 6

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Riverside volleyball

Lost to La Sierra Academy at home, 3-1 (10-25, 18-25, 25-22, 22-25).
Record: 4-18 (1-7). Next up: @ United Christian Academy, Oct. 10th.

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South Carolina volleyball

Ware shoals 25 25 25
SCSDB 6 14 6

0-14 overall record

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Washington volleyball

Lady Terriers 0 vs. Naselle 3

NS 25 – WSD 13

NS 25 – WSD 13

NS 25 – WSD 19

Overall Record 6-7 (League 0-3)

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Rochester Soccer
Ladies and Gentlemen, what a week for some FALL BALL! We have a jam
packed week with a game everyday. Our first game of the week this past
Monday was
against a team we’ve never seen before, the Hornets of Eugenio
María de Hostos Charter School (EMHCS).
With any new team, you never know what to expect. We just hope that it’s a
competitive game and every side has a fair chance of winning. Upon their
arrival at
RSD, the coaching staff could quickly assess the team and realize it’s
going to be a good game. A good game is what we want. We never yearn for
an easy game,
especially when we’re training and preparing for the ESDAA.

Coming off a spectacular win last week against the Knights, we wanted to
keep the momentum going forward. The team has made some leaps and bounds
from the
start of the season, and we’re starting to benefit from the fruits of our
labor. Our starting lineup is starting to come together as well as we have
made some
slightly adjustments as the season progressed to ensure we have a lineup
that suits our strengths the best.

When the first whistle blew, RSD was out of the gates fast and already
applying the pressure on their side of the field. To test the waters, our
senior
standout, Bode Aggas tests the water by taking a shot from deep.
Wait…..wait one moment….the trajectory looks good, moving
quickly…..goalie takes a
dive, and just like that, in less than a minute, RSD is up 1-0.

The tone was set. From there, we continued to pressure them. I can’t tell
you how proud I am of our Fab 4 in defense with the Aggas brothers in
middle and
Clark and Campbell on the sides. They’ve really come together to make a
great defensive diamond. They played remarkable this first half.

Bode Aggas found his fire and has been playing lights out these past few
games on BOTH sides of the pitch. That’s an accomplish in itself. Just
fifteen
minutes into this game, Bode finds another opening and takes a shot on
goal that finds the back of the net. At this point with the score 2-0, we
were starting
to impose our will on this team. We were playing some excellent Wildcat
soccer. To come out this strong on a Monday game was quite impressive.
These Hornets
are no slouches either. Radez was making some quality saves in net as
well.

As time was dwindling down in the first half, Bode was crossing midfield,
and defense starting to swarm him, but right before the defense could take
a stab at
him, he sends a beautiful through ball to Alexander Michalek who receives
in perfectly and is now in a 1 on 1 breakaway with goalie. He’s inside the
box with
a defender right behind him. He’s shoved to the ground. TWEET, TWEET!!!!
Referring beelines to the middle of the box pointing for a PK. RSD is
awarded a PK.
Aggas will take this one. Lines up. Looks around. Takes a few steps back.
Listens for the whistle. Approaches the ball….SHOT……no chance…..no
chance
for the goalie that is! Aggas earns a hat trick for the game and we take a
3-0 lead into halftime.

The coaching staff very well knew that EMHCS was going to make some
changes in hopes of shaking things up. We just needed to continue to play
Wildcat soccer
and adapt to what they throw at us. We were prepared as they were also
limited in the amount of players they had as they only had 10 players,
leaving them
with only one substitute.

When the second half begun, we noticed a goalie change. An interesting
change, but nothing too out of the ordinary. Lo and behold, their
goalkeeper from the
first half is not only a good ball handler, he was extremely fast. Uh
oh…..this could be trouble for RSD. Right away, we started to see the
momentum to
slightly shift in their favor as they came out more aggressive and was
putting the pressure on our side of the net this time.

Within a few short minutes, they were able sneak one by Radez. Ok boys and
girls, time to roll up our sleeves again and get back to work. We can’t
fold up
shop here, we gotta adapt, persevere and figure out how to contain their
goalkeeper who was now playing on the field.

Luckily, our defense was able to figure out how to contain him by staying
a tad further back when he had the ball. For a very young, inexperienced
defense for
the most part, they have risen to each and every challenge that was put
forth of them and we’re deeply proud of them. The amount of growth in such
a short
time is nothing short than spectacular.

On a beautiful corner kick by Mr. Bode Aggas, he somehow was able to find
Mikalo Malones foot who was able to sneak it in and secure the win for
RSD. Even
though EMHCS went on to tack another goal late in the game, we came out
victorious 4-2. I look forward to playing against them next week for our
Senior Night.
I feel like it’s going to be another great one.

Final Score:

RSD: 4
EMHCS: 2

Goals

B. Aggas (3)
Malone (1)

Assists

B. Aggas (1)

Save:
Radez ( 28)

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Here we are….Tuesday night, another beautiful day for some Soccer. We
had to take the great White Bus to Brockport to take on Cornerstone
Academy. A game we
were looking forward to since we lost to them 6-2 at the start of the
season. It was not the game we wanted to play, but we knew this day would
come.

Upon arrival, the staff talked to one another to see what we would play.
It was decided that we would play 9 v 9 during the first half, and their
coach
suggested that  we could mix things up if things get out of hand
(regarding the score). We nodded our head and just prepared for battle. We
weren’t going to
get walked on over this time around. Not today. We have come too far and
too long (figuratively and literally) to let them have their way with us.
We were
ready to go to war against this Academy. Why? We are WILDCATS! We grind it
out to the very last whistle.

Cornerstone’s field is quite large compared to our pitch. We’re going to
find out what we’re truly made out of this afternoon. If our cardio is not
up to
float, we could be in for a rude awakening. With utmost confidence in our
team, we sent them out to battle and let destiny take its course.

Right from the start, it was Cornerstone being the aggressors. It was not
looking good for RSD from the start. They were making some excellent plays
on
offense with great first touches off passes, but luckily we have a 5-star
goalie in Ben Radez who was making some spectacular saves. Within the
first 11
minutes of the game, Radez already accumulated 12 LEGIT saves. At this
pace, one was bound to go in. We needed to play better if we wanted to
stand a chance
against this team.

Unfortunately, one of their star players took a shot outside the 18,
probably around 25 yards out and it took a bad hop right in front of Radez
and found the
back of the net. CA takes a 1-0 lead. But, this is exactly what RSD
needed, a good shot of reality. Just like that, a light switch went off
and we took our
game to another level.

….And we were off! All of a sudden, we were the aggressors, we were
pressuring on their side of the net. We were making opportunities for our
offense. We
were now taking solid shots on their goalkeeper. However, we were unable
to sneak any past their goalie even though we had some outstanding
opportunities, we
just couldn’t capitalize. Cornerstone takes a 1-0 lead into halftime, but
we were loving where this game was heading too. We could sense fear in
their eyes as
they were walking off at halftime. This was a different game from the
start of the season. It was on like Donkey Kong! #truth

We, as a coaching staff, just reiterated to keep doing what we’ve been
doing. Get the ball to the outside, stretch them out, make some solid
runs, and pass it
back into the middle and see what happens. Watch out for their number 25
and 1, and we’ll be just fine. With that many shots we took on goal, one
is bound to
go in, we just need to be relentless and keep our foot on the pedal at all
times.

At the start of half, we didn’t skip a beat, and we continued where we
left off in the first half with us being the aggressors. At the 52nd
minute of the game
we were awarded a corner kick. Bode Aggas sends a beautiful bending like
Beckham shot right in front of the goal, and just like clockwork, there
was Malone’s
foot to kick it in to tie the game, 1-1. Momentum was swinging. Panic was
starting to set in for our opponents. We were poised and confident and
ready to take
full control of the game.

Then it happened. An unfortunate play at midfield led to one of our
players to get injured in a freakish accidental kick of the ball. He had
to be taken out
of the game and that definitely put a rain on our parade. Tough to regroup
from a situation like this. We hope for a speedy recovery and hope it’s
nothing too
serious.

Unfortunately, we didn’t recover from the accident and fell to Cornerstone
3-1 as they tacked on two solid goals. We had our chances to win this
game, but
we’re still extremely proud of the way we played and finished the game. We
walked off with our heads held up high and we have a lot to take away from
this
game. In just over a month’s time, we were able to show them how much we
improved, but more importantly, we were able to show each other how much
we have
improved as a team. There is disappointment in this game, but we must see
the silver lining. This is just a stepping stone to the bigger picture.
This is just
“practice” for the “Big Show.” In the grand scheme of things, this is just
another “warmup” before we head off to Rome to ESDAA. We’re going to peak
at the
right time.

It was a great battle, and we didn’t end up with the most goals at the
end, but we earned their respect. They had to fight tooth and nail for 80
minutes to
come out victorious. They were sweating bullets right up to the very last
whistle. If you see a Wildcat roaming the halls of RSD, make sure to give
them a pat
on the back for a job well done.

Final Score:

RSD: 1
Cornerstone: 3

Goals:

Malone (1)

Assists:
B. Aggas (1)

Saves:
Radez ( 25)

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Derrick Coleman update

part of newspaper story

Report: Derrick Coleman among fullbacks working out for 49ers

The San Francisco 49ers are in need of a fullback after the injury to Kyle
Juszczyk, and they could be filling that void with a familiar name.

Field Yates of ESPN reported on Wednesday that the Niners are working out
former Seattle Seahawks fullback Derrick Coleman with Juszczyk expected to
miss the next four-to-six weeks with a knee injury. Yates also mentions
that the team is working out George Aston, Michael Burton, Tommy Bohanon,
Aaron Ripkowski, Tre Madden, and Ricky Ortiz as well.

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random deafsports talk

Derrick Coleman is not giving up on pro football.

If 49ers select him over other fullbacks, just hope
he is ready to go into action without getting hurt
as he has not played in an actual football game for
so many months!

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2019/10/09

DeafDigest Sports – October 9, 2019

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

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

— random deafsports thoughts

— football games this week

— volleyball updates

— soccer updates

— Gallaudet men’s soccer

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2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 10/09/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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2019 football scores
as of 10/06/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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football games this week

football score last week as reported late
Prince of Peace 28 Texas 20

Oct 10 Alabama at Louisiana
Oct 10 South Carolina hosts South Carolina Green Charter

Oct 11 Indiana hosts Crimson Knights
Oct 11 Maryland at Hancock
Oct 11 Colorado at Genoa-Hugo
Oct 11 Model hosts Paul International

Oct 12 Arkansas at Iowa
Oct 12 Florida at Tennessee
Oct 12 Phoenix at Anthem Prep
Oct 12 Mississippi at Oklahoma
Oct 12 Kansas at New Mexico
Oct 12 Texas hosts Texas Wind
Oct 12 Riverside at Fremont

note:
Illinois vs Missouri football game has been
cancelled

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Gallaudet men’s soccer

GU held scoreless against No. 19 Catholic

WASHINGTON – Gallaudet University men’s soccer faced a tall task here
Tuesday night as it faced nationally-ranked The Catholic University of
America under the lights at Hotchkiss Field. This is the first time in a
decade that a Bison men’s soccer team went up against a nationally-ranked
team. No. 19 Catholic scored four quick goals and coasted to a 4-0 shutout
over the Bison.

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Florida volleyball

Eagles View Academy 2 Florida 0
Florida 2 Peniel Baptist Academy 1

2-8 record

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Fremont sports

LAST WEEK –  The Volleyball Team went to Spike Out XXI Tournament in
Riverside.  We competed hard all weekend, beating Riverside twice and
posting close scores
against all other teams and finished in 4th place.  Esther Biser and
Shaelyn Johnson were among the standouts and received all-tournament
honors.  The tournament
results is attached.  Cross Country had a busy week with the make-up
league contest and then the Artichoke Classic where everyone looked good,
drastically reducing
their times.  The Football and Cheerleading team went to Delta Charter on
Thursday and won an extremely windy game 42-12.

THIS WEEK –  The Volleyball team are busy in the beginning of the week
with two games then we all will be practicing and preparing for the BIG
GAME on Saturday!
This is the first time we will be playing a “Big Game” since 2016 so we
all are excited about it and want to see you all here!  We also have a Pep
Rally on Friday
afternoon.  Please spread the word with our attached flyer.

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK –

TALIA BOREN – Our Junior Middle Blocker, has exhibited dedication and
commitment through her performance.  She maintains steady presence on
court with her spirit
and offense game.  Talia continues to encourage and support others
throughout the challenges our team faces with her positive attitude and
spirit.  Her excellent
decision making and minimal errors has proven vital in ensuring we stay in
competition in our league games and Spike Out the past week!

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland beat Mount Airy Christian Academy
Scores: 26-24, 19-25, 26-24, 22-25, 19-17
Record: 13-10-1

Stats
Citrine Lummer
18 kills, 1 block, 13 digs, 2 aces

Milana Bielucke
2 kills, 2 assists, 29 digs

Sascha Tansky
18 assists, 6 digs

Olivia Clinger
2 kills, 1 block, 1 dig

Crystal Salit
24 assists, 1 kill, 1 dig

Sierra Herzig-Wilcox
3 kills, 6 digs, 3 aces

Ariella Zfati
16 digs

Hanna Johnston-Shaw
9 digs

Hannah Weiss
23 kills, 20 digs, 1 assist, 3 aces

Maryland JV lost to MACA, 1-2
Scores: 22-25, 28-26, 13-15
Record: 8-4-1

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Missouri volleyball

Missouri School for the Deaf volleyball team played at our gym against
Columbia Independent School. The girls continue improved their skills. We,
the coaches, are
proud of their hard work. The scores were 5-25, 22-25, 13-25.  Julia
Stafford, SO made 9 serves to help the team. Kayla Nichols, JR also helped
with serve of two.
Nina Beamish, FR made two spikes. MSD volleyball girls will travel
Wisconsin School for the Deaf to play with 8 different states for our GPSD
tournament.

Record 0-9

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Model volleyball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Volleyball

Volleyball

Date: Tuesday, October 8, 2019 at 5:30 PM

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 3

Oakcrest School: 0

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Rhode Island soccer

Our Roosters soccer team invited Marie Philip School to Providence to play
a varsity soccer game — it was a cool, overcast afternoon, which was a
perfect day for a fall soccer game. We tried out a new formation alignment
today and there were some positives out of this game.

MPS had to work to get their first goal, which came off a blunder by our
young goaltender who was getting his first real test. The goals came
flooding in for the Galloping Ghosts soon afterwards as they were able to
build a 4-0 lead by halftime.

MPS would add on three more goals, but we were able to avoid getting shut
out on a penalty inside the box with less than 7 minutes remaining in the
game. Jayden E. would continue his goal-scoring streak with a penalty kick
goal that hit the upper goalpost first before dropping down into the net.

MPS –  4  3  – 7
RISD – 0  1  – 1

Jayden E. – 1 Goal [10 on the Season]
Evan L. – 8 Saves

RISD Soccer Record: 0-5
Next Game: Thursday, October 10 @ NYSD-Fanwood [3:30 P.M.]

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South Carolina volleyball

SCSDB 18 7 21
Whitmire 25 25 25

0-14

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St Mary’s volleyball

In yesterday’s NFCAA league match-up against the Stanley G. Falk school
(Falk), the Bisons looked to build off their victory from last week and go
for 2 in a row.
Our opponents came out fast and caught our defense off guard by scoring on
a fluke corner kick in the 1st minute of the match.  Instead of hanging
our heads, we
re-grouped quickly in an effort to make-up for our mistake.  With the help
of a healthy rotation of mid-fielders(Mobin Abdollahi, Brady Bartell, Saul
Alvira, Kioney
Alvira Juardo, & Francis “Frank” Nyguen) substituting in and out of the
game to keep everyone fresh, we were able to grind out a few tough goals
to take a marginal
lead into halftime.  We spoke to our players during the break about what
they would need to execute in the 2nd half in order to come away with the
win.  It was
vital for our team not to sit back and protect our slim lead by playing
“prevent” defense, but rather continue to stay offensive minded and
attack.  That said, we
were able to punch in a few more goals from Nick Barrus and Ethan Antone
to give us a comfortable cushion and an eventual 5-2 win.  We’re back on
the road tomorrow
heading to CAWNY who defeated last week.  Playing against the same team in
less than one week won’t be an easy task.  Please wish the our squad
congrats and good
luck.

Overall Record: 2-3

NFCAA Record: 2-2

ESDAA Record: 0-1

Individual Stats:

Ethan Antone: 2 goals(6th & 7th of the season)

Nick Barrus: 2 goals(4th & 5th of the season)

Mobin Abdollahi: 1 goal(1st of the season)

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Tennessee volleyball

District tourney

Galtinburg 3 Tennessee 0

Next will be at Florida for Mason Dixon

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random deafsports talk

Mason-Dixon Schools for the Deaf has 11 members.

Normally all 11 will participate in the upcoming
volleyball tournament that is being hosted
at Florida School for the Deaf and Blind.

This time, just 8 schools, not 11 schools
will be taking part.

Just hope Mason-Dixon will go back to 11 schools
in future tournaments.

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2019/10/08

DeafDigest Sports – October 8, 2019

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

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

— random deafsports thoughts

— a football score not previously known to DeafDigest Sports

— football games this week

— volleyball updates

— soccer updates

— Spike Out honors (at bottom of this edition)

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2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 10/08/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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2019 football scores
as of 10/06/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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football games this week

football score last week reported late (last night) to DeafDigest Sports
Prince of Peace 28 Texas 20

Oct 10 Alabama at Louisiana
Oct 10 South Carolina hosts South Carolina Green Charter

Oct 11 Indiana hosts Crimson Knights
Oct 11 Maryland at Hancock
Oct 11 Colorado at Genoa-Hugo
Oct 11 Model hosts Paul International

Oct 12 Arkansas at Iowa
Oct 12 Florida at Tennessee
Oct 12 Phoenix at Anthem Prep
Oct 12 Mississippi at Oklahoma
Oct 12 Kansas at New Mexico
Oct 12 Texas hosts Texas Wind
Oct 12 Riverside at Fremont

note:
Illinois vs Missouri football game has been
cancelled

The game at Fremont will be 11 man. In 2020,
the game at Riverside will be 8 man.

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Arkansas volleyball

September 26th
ASD JV   9 11
Faulkner Falcon 25 25

ASD  9 17 13
Faulkner Falcon 25 25 25

September 30th

ASD JV 15 25
Garrett Memorial 25 27

ASD  15 15 15
Garrett Memorial 25 25 25

October 5th – @ Oklahoma School for the Deaf

ASD JV 17 21
Alcott JV 25 25

ASD JV 25 25
OSD JV 20 15

ASD  25 25 25
Cristo Rey 20 20 20

ASD 12 25 20 17
OSD 25 22 25 25

ASD JV record 4 – 4
ASD Varsity record 6 – 7

Next game: October 8th @ SW Christian Academy before they leave for
Wisconsin on Thursday for GPSD VB Tournament.

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Delaware volleyball

Results:

Match 1: DSD 8 -PSD 25

Match 2: DSD 25 – PSD 17

Match 3: DSD 25 -PSD 19

Match 4: DSD 8 -PSD 25

Match 5: DSD 11 -PSD 15

Results: 1-5

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Indiana volleyball

part of newspaper story

Class A sectionals

Indiana Deaf vs. International

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Iowa volleyball

We played against Heartland last night. They girls did a nice job playing.
Since we are a new team, we have seen them players improving with each
games. Very proud
of these athletes. We played 4 sets. Won 3-1. 25-20, 25-23, 14-25, and
25-20.

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Lexington volleyball

Wednesday, Oct 2nd

Pennsylvania School for the Deaf 3-1 over Lexington

PSD 25- 23
LEX 25-17
PSD 25 14
PSD 25- 20

Thursday, Oct 3rd
HESCHEL 3-0 over lex

25-19
25-8
25-22

Oct 4thMartin Luther 3-2 over Lexington

L 25-18
M 25-21
L 25-18
M 25-19
M 15-

Sat Oct 5
Lexington 3-0 over American School for the Deaf
25-12
25-6
25-19

Monday, Oct 7
Lawrence Woodmere 3-1 over Lexington

LWA 25- 7
LWA 25-16
Lex 25-23
LWA 25-14

Overall 7-11
PSAA 1-7

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Pennsylvania volleyball

On 10/7/19, The lady panthers Volleyball team brought the PANTHER SPIRIT
to Delaware School for the Deaf and came out triumphant! After fighting
hard for 5 games we won 3-2 (25-9, 21-25, 19-25, 25-8, 15-12).

Co-captain Natalya Gilmore scored an incredible 12 ACES and 6 KILLS!
Brianna Polowczuk has developed one of the strongest serves on the squad,
scoring 7 aces that were untouchable!

Record 2-5

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Rochester volleyball

RSD Volleyball Season and Spike-out II last weekend

Last weekend, we flew to California School for the Deaf (Riverside) for
Spike-out II. We played against Phoenix, Marie Philips, Washington, and
West Virginia
Schools for the Deaf. We won all the games (6-0) in the tournament and
championship games against Washington.
Spike-out (Round Robin)

VS Phoenix
SET 1 – 25-6 W
SET 2 – 15-25 L
SET 3 – 15 – 5 W

Emma Kane – 5 Aces,
Julia Ott – 3 kills and 5 Aces
Mariana Menzynski – 6 Aces and 1 kill

VS Marie Philips

SET 1 – 25-11 W
SET 2 – 25-13 W

Cori Morquette – 4 aces and 2 kill
Emma Kane – 6 Aces
Julia Ott – 3 aces, 1 assist, and 2 kill
Mariana Menzynski – 3 aces and 3 kills
Mckenna Girod – 3 aces and 6 assists and 2 kills

VS Washington

Set 1 – 25 – 17 W
Set 2 – 25-19 W

Cori Morquette – 6 kills
Emma Kane – 2 aces,
Julia Ott – 1 ace and 1 kill and 18 assists
Mariana Menzynski – 5 aces, 9 kills
Mckenna Girod – 7 aces, 5 assists

VS West Virginia

SET 1 – 25 – 10 W
SET 2 – 25 – 2 W

The next day, we took the number one seed for the tournament. We played
against Phoenix for the semi-final.

VS Phoenix

SET 1 – 25-16 W
SET 2 – 25-22 W

Cori Morquette – 3 aces, 6 kills,
Emma Kane – 2 Aces, 1 kill
Juia Ott – 4 aces, 2 kills, 20 assists
Mariana Menzynski – 9 aces, 2 kills
McKenna Girod – 5 aces, 6 kills, and 6 assists

We moved to the Finals! We played against Washington.

VS Washington

Set 1 – 25-12 W
Set 2 – 25-21 W (Champion!)

Cori Morquette – 2 aces, 3 kills
Emma Kane – 4 aces, 1 kill
Julia Ott – 3 kill, 15 assists
Mariana Menzynski – 9 aces, 9 kills,
McKenna Girod – 5 aces, 4 kills, 4 assists

Record 6-0 for Spike-out II tournament!!

Our overall record is 14-2

Our next game is on Oct 15 against Douglas at 4 pm

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Texas sports

Football
TSD lost to Prince of Peace 20-28.

Volleyball

Our Varsity volleyball team traveled to Riverside, California for the 21st
annual Spike Out Tournament during the long weekend of Oct. 3-6, 2019.
Prior to heading over to the CSD-R campus, we stopped by Manhattan beach
for few hours.  Some of our girls took on the beach while others enjoyed
the view.

Before the season begins, the volleyball team had four simple goals: leave
Spike Out tournament as the XXI Champions, win homecoming game, District
Champions and TAPPS State Championship.

Approaching our first goal, the pool play began on Friday.  We played 4
matches and finished the day undefeated (California 25-18, 25-19,
California-Riverside 25-14, 25-10, Indiana 25-21, 25-24, Model 25-22,
25-11).

As number one seeded during the bracket play, we were paired up against
California in the semi-final.  We finished the game pretty quickly, 25-11
and 25-6.  For the fourth year in a row we’ve placed in the championship
waiting to play against the winner of the Model and Indiana game.

Hence, in the championship, it was Texas vs. Model.  We had won the Spike
Out XXI championship with a dominating 2-0 victory over Model (25-16,
25-14).  This year’s championship is Texas’ fifth overall at the Spike Out
tournaments.

Our girls played great, showing their fearless side of playing by
attacking the ball, passing cleanly, and do what they were supposed to do.

Kalena Bumbala, Ashlene Etkie and Alyssa Glennon were selected to the
All-Tournament team.

Much gratitude to the TSD parents and fans at California-Riverside for
your show of high spirits and encouragement!  You inspire us to play our
best at the tournament!  It most definitely will be a weekend that each
player will always cherish!

Congratulations to each team member:  Jazelina Bumbala, Kalena Bumbala,
Yamila Davis, Isadora Egbert, Ashlene Etkie, Alyssa Glennon, Ashley
Harlicker, Michaela Kelley, Kaci Ketchum, Brianne Leiker, Cha’Risa Reins,
Jewel Rocha, Kaitlyn Sucilla-Orozco, Jayne Taylor, Zara Thompson, Robert
Hernandez (manager), RJ Kaufman (Head Coach), Marlene Etkie (Assistant
Coach), Jana Oshman (Assistant Coach) and Sheri Mize (Scorekeeper).

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Western Pennsylvania sports

YESTERDAY’S RESULTS

SOCCER:  lost to Portersville Christian, 6-2

LEAGUE RECORD: 4-2 (clinched 2nd place in our Division)

OVERALL RECORD: 7-7

MS SOCCER: did not play – playoffs next week (will travel – place – TBA)

LEAGUE RECORD: 2-6

OVERALL RECORD: 2-7

JV VOLLEYBALL: did not play

OVERALL RECORD – 2-5

V VOLLEYBALL:  did not play

LEAGUE RECORD: 2-6 (4th place – will travel to Tri-County 1st place team)

OVERALL RECORD: 8-11-1

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random deafsports talk

Clowning, fooling around and horseplay in
the locker room can be dangerous.

Ask Yankees’ closer Aroldis Chapman, who
hurt his hand in a locker room celebration.

It has happened to a Gallaudet basketball player
who was injured in a locker room horseplay.
He tripped over the bench, tore tendons in
his ankle – and was lost for the season!

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Spike Out honors

FINAL RESULTS

DIVISION I
CHAMPIONS: Texas
2nd Place: Model
3rd Place: Indiana
4th Place: Fremont
5th Place: Riverside

All-Tournament
Ashlene Etkie, Texas
Alyssa Glennon, Texas
Kalena Bumbala, Texas
Emily Nover, Model
Aubrie Bauer, Model
Anya Pothorski, Indiana
Hannah Puent, Indiana
Esther Biser, Fremont
Shaelyn Dike-Johnson, Fremont
Ambria Goldstein, Riverside

FINAL RESULTS

DIVISION II
CHAMPIONS: Rochester
2nd Place: Washington
3rd Place: Phoenix
4th Place: Marie Philip
5th Place: West Virginia

All-Tournament
Mariana Menzynski, Rochester
Emma Kane, Rochester
McKenna Girod, Rochester
Jennifer Tudor, Washington
LeAnna Clearbrook, Washington
Isabel Ballard, Phoenix
Zoe Abrams-Gay, Phoenix
Sabrina Rodrigues, Marie Philip
Samantha Fernsebner, Marie Philip
Mariah Wilson, West Virginia

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2019/10/07

DeafDigest Sports – October 7, 2019

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

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

— random deafsports thoughts

— football games this week

— volleyball updates

— soccer updates

— football tidbits

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2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 10/07/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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2019 football scores
as of 10/06/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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football games this week

Oct 10 Alabama at Louisiana
Oct 10 South Carolina hosts South Carolina Green Charter

Oct 11 Indiana hosts Crimson Knights
Oct 11 Maryland at Hancock
Oct 11 Colorado at Genoa-Hugo
Oct 11 Model hosts Paul International

Oct 12 Arkansas at Iowa
Oct 12 Florida at Tennessee
Oct 12 Phoenix at Anthem Prep
Oct 12 Mississippi at Oklahoma
Oct 12 Kansas at New Mexico
Oct 12 Texas hosts Texas Wind
Oct 12 Riverside at Fremont

note:
Illinois vs Missouri football game has been
cancelled

the Big Game (Riverside vs Fremont) resumes
after it was not played last season. It will
be 8-man, not 11-man. Deaf Californians take
this game seriously, regardless if it is
11-man or 8-man. At issue is State Bragging
Rights! No one cares if it is 11-man or
8-man; football is football.

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Indiana volleyball

part of newspaper story

In Class A, the Edinburgh Sectional winner will face the Indiana Deaf
Sectional winner in the second regional semifinal at Morristown.

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Indiana football

part of newspaper story

DUGGER — A beautiful fall Saturday afternoon and a large homecoming crowd
could not help Dugger Union on the football field.
Although the Bulldogs scored its first touchdown of 2019, Indiana Deaf
School spoiled the festivities, defeating Dugger Union 52-6.

Deaf School, led by quarterback Jerrel Edwards and Maurice Mitchell, never
trailed as they slowly took control of the game. Edwards rushed for 89
yards and three scores and Mitchell accounted for 141 yards
rushing and two touchdowns.

Indiana Deaf scored two TDs in the first quarter, three in the second, two
in the third and one in the fourth.. The visitors from
Indianapolis did most of its damage on the ground as the Bulldogs never
forced them to punt

They finished with 305 yards of offense.

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Model

Date: Saturday, October 5, 2019 at 11:00 AM

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 0

Texas School for the Deaf HS: 2

Date: Saturday, October 5, 2019 at 10:00 AM

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 2

Indiana School for the Deaf: 0

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Ohio soccer

Oct 5, 2019   9:30 am   (First Game)

Final Result: Ohio 4, North Carolina 1
(1st Half: OSD 0, NCSD 0)

Goals (OSD) : Guled Ali – 2, Amin Ali – 1, Devor Bauman – 1

Assists (OSD) : Guled Ali – 1, Lalli Jansen – 1

Shots (OSD) : Amin Ali – 6, Guled Ali – 5, Lalli Jansen – 4, Devor Bauman
– 2

Saves (OSD) : Jason Alford – 1

Goals (NCSD) : Saw La Taw – 1 (PK)

Assist (NCSD): none

Shots (NCSD) : Saw La Taw – 4, Juan Camacho Jr. – 1

Saves (NCSD):  Goalie – 5

Oct 5, 2019   2:00 pm   (Second Game)

Final Result: Ohio 6, North Carolina 1
(1st Half: OSD 3, NCSD 0)

Goals (OSD) : Lalli Jansen – 3, Amin Ali – 2, Devor Bauman – 1

Assists (OSD) : none

Shots (OSD) : Lalli Jansen – 7, Guled Ali – 6, Amin Ali – 3, Devor Bauman
– 3

Saves (OSD) : Jason Alford – 1

Goals (NCSD) : Saw La Taw – 1

Assist (NCSD): none

Shots (NCSD) : Saw La Taw – 1, Chase Futral – 1

Saves (NCSD): Goalie – 3

OSD record for the season is now 7-2

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Oklahoma volleyball

Volleyball
Oklahoma vs Cristo Rey

3-1

Oklahoma vs Arkansas
3-1

Record is now 6-6

Next game gpsd tournament

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Pennsylvania sports

volleyball

On 10/5/19, Saturday, PSD lady panthers volleyball team played against New
York School for the Deaf at our homecoming game.

Co-captain Natalya Gilmore scored 10 aces and 4 kills for her home team!
Kathylean Colon scored 3 aces, and co-captain Gia Digiacomo had 2 aces and
4 kills. The team put forward a great effort but unfortunately lost the
match 1-3  (18-25, 25-19, 17-25, 16-25)

Record 1-5

Next game on 10/7, Monday @ Delaware School for the Deaf, 4:00 PM.

soccer

On 10/5/19, Saturday, New York School for the Deaf, Fanwood came to our
homecoming soccer game. The PSD boys were ready to represent PSD and play
for our home game. We battled against fanwood on the field and we won, 4
to 0.

Jacob Cross scored 2 goals and 3 assists, Hazim Haroun scored 1 goal and 2
assists, and Hamza Abuldsalam closed out with a goal. William Sepulveda
and Alex Rivera combined to earn their shut out at goalie with the big
support from our big 3 defense boys.

Record 2-3

Today, 10/7, our home game vs International Christine is cancelled.

Next game on 10/10, Thursday, at our home game vs International Christine,
3:30 pm

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random deafsports talk

Could a coach (in any sport) could do no wrong
while coaching, refusing to admit his coaching
mistakes?

DeafDigest Sports editor remembers a deaf softball
coach he played for many years ago. Team morale
was pretty much bad at that time.

The coach made a blunder and it cost his team
a win in a deaf regional softball tournament.

After the game, the coach told DeafDigest Sports
editor:

I never make coaching mistakes!

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2019/10/06

DeafDigest Sports – October 6, 2019

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

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

— random deafsports thoughts

— Saturday’s football scores

— volleyball updates

— soccer updates

— Gallaudet updates

— Spike Out scores

…………………………………………………….

2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 10/06/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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2019 football scores
as of 10/06/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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Thursday football scores
Iowa 53 Wisconsin 12
Louisiana 42 Mississippi 6
Tennessee 64 South Carolina 24

Florida 40 City of Life Christian 8
Fremont 42 Delta Charter 12

Friday scores
Riverside 50 Washington 12

Salome 80 Phoenix 36

Saturday’s scores
Indiana 55 Union 6
Maryland 48 Hampton Road Generals 0

Illinois 67 Kansas 0
Model 50 Alabama 14
New Mexico 72 Minnesota 18
Oklahoma 67 Arkansas 19

note:
tomorrow’s DeafDigest Sports will list
next week’s games

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Spike Out scores

Phoenix vs. West Virginia
Phoenix 2-0 (25-11; 25-12)

Fremont vs. Riverside
Fremont 2-1 (25-22; 24-26; 15-9)

Model vs. Indiana
Model 2-0 (25-17; 25-13)

Washington vs. Marie Philip
Washington 2-0 (25-20; 25-20)

Texas vs. Fremont
Texas 2-0 (25-11; 25-6)

Rochester vs. Phoenix
Rochester 2-0 (25-16; 25-22

Big Schools 3rd place
Indiana vs. Fremont
Indiana 2-0 (25-23; 25-21)

Small Schools 3rd place
Marie Philip vs. Phoenix
Phoenix 2-0 (25-19; 25-18)

Small Schools championship
Washington vs. Rochester
Rochester 2-0 (25-12; 25-21)

Big Schools championship
Model vs. Texas
Texas 2-0 (25-16; 25-14)

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Maryland vs 5-A school in volleyball

Maryland volleyball

Maryland lost to Gabrielino High School in San Gabriel, California, 0-3
Scores: 25-12, 25-18, 25-22
Record: 12-10-1

Stats
Citrine Lummer
9 kills, 11 digs

Milana Bielucke
9 digs

Sascha Tansky
7 assists, 7 digs

Olivia Clinger
2 blocks, 1 kill

Crystal Salit
9 assists

Thalia Guettler
1 dig

Sierra Herzig-Wilcox
1 dig

Ariella Zfati
4 digs

Hannah Weiss
6 kills, 15 digs

note:
Gabrielino High School is a 5-A team in all sports
in California. In volleyball they are currently
17-5 and, according to maxpreps, are ranked as the
266th best team in California and 2538th best in
the nation. It is a huge high school of some
1,800 students, meaning a pool of 900 girls to
draw from.

Yet, Maryland improved in points in each game
with them; 12 then 18 and then 22 points.

What this means is that a top notch 1-A school
can compete neck to neck with a top notch 5-A
school!

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Gallaudet updates

Football team had a bye date

women’s swimming
Bison women’s team makes season debut against Frostburg State

WASHINGTON – The 2019-20 swimming season got underway here Saturday for
the Gallaudet University women’s swimming and diving program as the Bison
hosted Frostburg State University in the Field House pool.

Gallaudet dropped the season opener, 148-63, to the visiting Bobcats, who
won 13 of the 14 events.

Sophomore Anquniece Wheeler made her Bison debut and won the 100-yard IM
with a time of 1:14.05. Wheeler was second in the 100-yard breaststroke
(1:24.96) and third in the 1,000-yard freestyle (13:22.32).

Note: Frostburg is a NCAA-II program

men’s swimming
Gallaudet men’s swimming drops season opener to Frostburg State

WASHINGTON – The 2019-20 swimming season got underway here Saturday for
the Gallaudet University men’s swimming and diving program as the Bison
hosted Frostburg State University in the Field House pool.

Gallaudet dropped the season opener, 174-76, to the visiting Bobcats, who
won 11 of the 14 events

Junior Ben Sealts (Ottawa, Ohio) picked up two first-place wins for the
Bison and was second in another. Sealts edged out Frostburg’s Anthony
Giuseppetti in the 100-yard backstroke as Sealts touched the wall in 56.07
seconds followed by Giuseppetti in second with 56.90 seconds. Sealts
rolled to first in the 100-yard IM (59.44) and second in the 100-yard
butterfly (57.34).

note:
Frostburg is a NCAA-II program

Gallaudet volleyball
Gallaudet earns second NEAC win as Bison split tri-meet

WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – Gallaudet University women’s volleyball snapped a
five-match losing streak here Saturday with a 3-0 sweep of Penn College in
a North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) match. Gallaudet (5-19, 2-2
NEAC) turned around and dropped a close 3-2 set to Elmira College (8-12).

men’s cross country
GU men’s team finish 14th overall at Don Cathcart Invitational

SALISBURY, Md. – The Gallaudet University men’s cross country team
finished 14th out of 15 teams at the Don Cathcart Invitational hosted by
Salisbury University here Saturday at Winter Place Park

note:
several NCAA-II teams were in that meet

women’s cross country
Bison women’s team places 14th at Don Cathcart Invitational

SALISBURY, Md. – The Gallaudet University women’s cross country team
finished 14th out of 14 teams at the Don Cathcart Invitational hosted by
Salisbury University here Saturday at Winter Place Park.

note:
several NCAA-II teams were in that meet

women’s soccer
Bison drop defensive struggle with Penn St.-Abington, 1-0

ABINGTON, Pa. – It was a defensive struggle here Saturday as Gallaudet
University and Penn St.-Abington competed in a close women’s soccer game
between two North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) squads. In the end,
the host Nittany Lions scored an early second-half goal en route to a 1-0
win

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Fremont volleyball

FRIDAY ROUND ROBIN
Lost Texas 0-2 (18-25; 19-25)
Lost Model 0-2 (14-25; 17-25)
Beat Riverside (25-16; 25-24)
Lost Indiana 1-2 (24-25; 25-24; 12-15)

SATURDAY TOURNAMENT
Beat Riverside 2-1 (25-22; 24-26; 15-9)

SPIKEOUT – CSD loses to Texas 2-0 (9-25, 6-25) then loses to Indiana 2-0
(23-25, 21-25) and ends in forth place.

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Maryland football

MSD (4-1)    24       14       10     0     48
HR  (0-5)     0        0        0     0      0

Scoring Summary

M- Beckler 5yd pass from Joseph (Sheppeck run)
M- Joseph 1yd run (Otto pass from Joseph)
M- Otto 18yd pass from Joseph (Dorsette run)
M- Dorsette 14yd run (Pass failed)
M- Beckler 36yd pass from Joseph (Wilson run)
M- Otto 62yd run (Joseph run)
M- Team safety

Individual Stats
Rushing:
Enow Otto: 1-62; 1 TD
Zion Ortiz: 3-30
Truth Dorsette: 4-24; 1 TD

Passing:
Jaden Joseph: 6-96; 3 TDs

Receiving:
Jared Beckler: 3-66; 2 TDs
Enow Otto: 2-30; 1 TD

Truth Dorsette led the team with 8 tackles. Miguel Pavao had 6 tackles.
Jaden Joseph, Ethan Sheppeck, & Jory Valencia had an interception. Enow
Otto had a fumble
recovery.

Total Yards :
MSD: 236 yards (136 rushing/100 passing)
HR: -44 yards (-67 rushing/23 passing yards)

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Model Football

Date: Saturday, October 5, 2019 at 2:00 PM

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 50

Alabama SD: 14

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Oklahoma football

Arkansas – 19
Oklahoma – 67

Record: 4-1

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Wisconsin volleyball

Wisconsin Volleyball record is 6-3

WSD won over Mt Top last Thursday 3-1; 25-8, 25-22, 22-25, 25-20

Wisconsin School for the Deaf will be hosting the 31st Great Plains
Schools for the Deaf (GPSD) Volleyball tournament on Friday – Saturday,
October 11-12th at WSD’s Frederick J. Neesam Gymnasium starting at 8:00am.
A link to tournament website below.

2019 GPSD Volleyball Tournament link here
https://sites.google.com/wsd.k12.wi.us/2019gpsdvolleyball/home

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random deafsports talk

DeafDigest Sports applauds Jesse Bailey for making
the Spike Out event a smashing success at
Riverside.

Just wished there were 6 teams each in both Big
and Small School divisions.

Five schools each does not create a smooth
movement among teams that advance to the
championship and the consolation finals.

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2019/10/05

DeafDigest Sports – October 5, 2019

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

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

— random deafsports thoughts

— Friday football scores

— today’s football games

— volleyball updates

— soccer updates

— Gallaudet volleyball

— Spike Out scores

…………………………………………………….

2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 10/05/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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2019 football scores
as of 9/29/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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Thursday football scores
Iowa 53 Wisconsin 12
Louisiana 42 Mississippi 6
Tennessee 64 South Carolina 24

Florida 40 City of Life Christian 8
Fremont 42 Delta Charter 12

Friday scores
Fremont 42 Delta Charter 12

Riverside 50 Washington 12

Salome 80 Phoenix 36

Saturday’s games
Oct 5 Indiana at Dugger Union
Oct 5 Maryland at Hampton Road Generals
Oct 5 Minnesota at New Mexico
Oct 5 Arkansas at Oklahoma
Oct 5 Model at Alabama
Oct 5 Illinois at Kansas

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Spike Out scores

Rochester vs. Phoenix
Result: Rochester 2-1 (25-10; 19-25; 15-9)

Texas vs. Fremont
Result: Texas 2-0 (25-18; 25-19)

Washington vs. Marie Philip
Result: Marie Philip 2-1 (25-23; 23-25; 15-14)

Riverside vs. Indiana
Result: Indiana 2-0 (25-21; 25-16)

West Virginia vs. Washington
Result: Washington 2-0 (25-12; 25-18)

Marie Philip vs. Rochester
Result: Rochester 2-0 (25-15; 25-17)

Model vs. Indiana
Result: Model 2-0 (25-18; 25-24)

Washington vs. Phoenix
Result: Washington 2-0 (25-22; 25-24)

Texas vs. Riverside
Result: Texas 2-0 (25-14; 25-10)

Fremont vs. Model
Result: Model 2-0 (25-14; 25-17)

Indiana vs. Texas
Result: Texas 2-0 (25-21; 25-24)

Phoenix vs. Marie Philip
Result: Marie Philip 2-0 (25-18; 25-16)

Fremont vs. Riverside
Result: Fremont 2-0 (25-16; 25-24)

West Virginia vs. Marie Philip
Result: Marie Philip 2-0 (25-15; 25-8)

Model vs. Texas
Result: Texas 2-0 (25-22; 25-11)

Washington vs. Rochester
Result: Rochester 2-0 (25-21; 25-23)

Rochester vs. West Virginia
Result: Rochester 2-0 (25-14; 25-6)

Indiana vs. Fremont
Result: Indiana 2-1 (25-24; 24-25; 15-12)

West Virginia vs. Phoenix
Result: Phoenix 2-0 (25-10; 25-17)

Riverside vs. Model
Result: Model 2-1 (22-25; 25-23; 15-14)

POOL PLAY (updated)

Division I
Texas 4-0
Model 3-1
Indiana 2-2
Fremont 1-3
Riverside 0-4

Division II
Rochester 4-0
Washington 3-1
Marie Philip 2-2
Phoenix 1-3
West Virginia 0-4

all of today’s matches will be knock out;
winners advance in championship rounds;
losers go to consolation rounds

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Gallaudet volleyball
GU falls in four sets to St. Mary’s College of Maryland

ST. MARY’S CITY, Md. – The Gallaudet University women’s volleyball team
headed south on Friday afternoon to face St. Mary’s College of Maryland in
a non-conference match. GU dropped the first two sets before it won the
third set, 27-25. The host Seahawks won the fourth set to win the match,
3-1 (19-25, 16-25, 27-25, 13-25).

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Florida football

part of newspaper story

FSDB crunches City of Life Christian, improves to 4-0

The Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind held visiting Kissimmee City
of Life Christian to a season-low eight points.

Their offense is old-fashioned. The fundamentals, physicality and
execution the Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind showcased on
Thursday night are timeless.

The Dragons improved to 4-0 after defeating Kissimmee City of Life
Christian 40-8. FSDB scored touchdowns on three of its first five
offensive plays to take control of the contest.

This year has been one of change for the Dragons football program. After
105 years of fielding 11-man football teams, the proud program
transitioned to eight-man football. The move, as well as the return of
Eric Lefors as head coach, has proven to be a devastating combination.

City of Life Christian (3-2) entered Thursday’s game averaging 61.5 points
per game.

There may be more space to operate on an eight-man football field; but,
the Warriors were one of the most potent eight-man offenses in Florida
until they made the trek to Usina Field.

Thursday’s win clinched the Eastern Division title in the Sunshine State
Athletic Conference’s 8-Man Premier League. Next month, the Sunshine State
Athletic Conference will hold an eight-team tournament to determine the
state’s eight-man state champion. FSDB is guaranteed a berth in the
tournament and a top three seed.

The Dragons will play three more regular season games — against deaf
schools from Tennessee, Louisiana and Alabama — looking to secure more
additional home games in the SSAC playoffs.

Being in the hunt for a championship is not something LeFors envisioned
when he began his second stint as the football coach earlier this year.

“Call me a bad coach, my expectations were not 4-0,” LeFors said. “I was
thinking ‘don’t embarrass ourselves.’”

FSDB entered this season having won one game in three years. In 2019, the
Dragons have won their four games by an average of 22 points.

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Phoenix football

Salome 80, Phoenix 36

In spite of Brian Lynch’s five touchowns, PDSD got beaten by a long time
rival, Salome High School, 80-36, at home. Salome is currently ranked No.
5 in state wide 1A Conference.

Record: 3-3

Up next: at Anthem Prep, Oct. 11

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Rochester soccer

On Tuesday, a surprisingly record breaking warm day, marking the first day
of October, we took on Intensity, a team we easily defeated earlier on the
season. However, teams improve and we weren’t taking anything for
granted this time around, but at the same time, we were extremely
confident in our
skills.
We were going to play 9 v 9 due to the heat, and also play quarters to
allow for more hydration breaks. Ironically, as the game progressed, it
got darker and
darker, and it started to rain, but that’s the 585 for ya!

Right from the start, RSD showed it’s dominance as Bode Aggas put one into
the back of the net 5 minutes into the start of the game. From threre, we
steamrolled and dominated the complete game. As a result, we were able to
try some new positions and defensive schemes as we figure out what will be
best for
us come ESDAA time. In the end, RSD wins 5-1.

Finals Score:

RSD: 5
Intensity: 1

Goals:

Aggas (1)
Michalek (2)
Busch (1)
Malone (1) — First career goal

Assists:

Aggas (3)

Radez:  Saves (9)

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St Mary’s volleyball

esterday the Lady Bisons took on Tapestry charter school in their second
away game of the year. The girls lost in three straight sets but pulled
off some
impressive volleys. Cami Cole had an impressive 6 aces at the serving line
and 2 attacks. Julia Bronnenberg had 3 aces and 4 attacks at the net. All
the girls
showed great hustle and cooperation throughout the game and stayed
positive right to the end.

Sets:
17-25
23-25
13-25

Record:
0-4

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St Mary’s soccer

On a wet fall like day in Buffalo, NY, the Bisons put some “pieces of the
puzzle” together to earn their first win of the season against NFCAA
league opponent from
Central Academy of Western New York (CAWNY).  We had a impactful veteran
(Kassim Kassim) back into the line-up and we were finally able to put our
starters into the
correct positions on the field.  The Bisons controlled the game from start
to finish thanks to goals from Ethan Antone, Nick Barrus, and rookie Saul
Alvira.  With
Isa Habeeb back stopping in goal, it helped some of our newer players
(Di’ovanny Lacey & Brady Bartell) feel more comfortable that if a mistake
was made, the
seniors who were back in their intended positions would be there to help.
That said, all of our substitutes were able to get some valuable playing
time and great
experience in our 4-1 victory.  Wish the squad congrats on a complete team
effort.  We’re right back at it this Monday, 10/7/2019 when we kick off
against the
Falcons from the Stanley G. Falk school in our 3rd league match in a row.
Continue to support your Bisons as we look to keep winning.

Overall Record: 1-3

NFCAA Record: 1-1

ESDAA Record: 0-1

Individual Stats:

Isa Habeeb: 4 saves

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

Nick Barrus: 2 goals(2nd & 3rd of the season)

Saul Alvira: 1 goal(1st of the season)

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random deafsports talk

The Florida newspaper story (above) said:

Their offense is old-fashioned

DeafDigest Sports editor has not seen videos of
Florida’s 8-man games but when Eric Lefors
coached the 11-man teams in the past before he
stepped down, he used Double Wing attack. It
was so old fashioned that it was not seen
widely since the early sixties.

Double-Wing in 8 man football? Don’t know.

Growing up and loving football since the fifties,
Single Wing and Double Wing were both popular
at that time. Not any more.

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2019/10/04

DeafDigest Sports – October 4, 2019

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

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

— random deafsports thoughts

— Thursday football scores

— football games this week

— volleyball updates

— soccer updates

— hosting a playoff game

…………………………………………………….

2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 10/04/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

…………………………………………….

2019 football scores
as of 9/29/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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Thursday football scores
Iowa 53 Wisconsin 12
Louisiana 42 Mississippi 6
Tennessee 64 South Carolina 24

Florida 40 City of Life Christian 8
Fremont 42 Delta Charter 12

today’s games
Oct 4 Washington at Riverside
Oct 4 Phoenix hosts Salome
Oct 4 Indiana at Dugger Union

Saturday’s games
Oct 5 Maryland at Hampton Road Generals
Oct 5 Minnesota at New Mexico
Oct 5 Arkansas at Oklahoma
Oct 5 Model at Alabama
Oct 5 Illinois at Kansas

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Atlanta Area volleyball

from a tweet

From Atlanta Area School for the Deaf : Lady Panthers Volleyball advanced
to the championship game! They will play against Mill Springs

note:
there is no information on their won/lost record since DeafDigest
Sports does not receive sports updates from that school

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Colorado Volleyball

Lost to Hanover

10-25, 25-27, 21-25

Record is 0-11

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Delaware sports

BOYS SOCCER:
We have started a soccer team for the first time after a 5 year hiatus!
Current Record: 1-2
9/26/19-@ WVSD
W-Final: 4-1

9/28/19-@LEX
L-Final: 10-5

10/1/19-@PSD
L-Final: 4-1

Next Game:
Monday, October 7th @ NJSD

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL:
A full squad this year!
Current Record: 4-5
9/9/19- vs. Aquinas Academy:
Match 1: DSD 16 -Aquinas 25
Match 2: DSD 15 – Aquinas 25
Match 3: DSD 17 -Aquinas 25

9/16/19- vs. Aquinas Academy:
Match 1: DSD 17 -Aquinas 25
Match 2: DSD 18 – Aquinas  25
Match 3: DSD 15 – Aquinas 25

9/28/19- @ Lexington for Deaf Awareness Volleyball Tournament
Round Robin Results:
DSD 25 MPS 11
DSD 7 LEX 25
DSD 18 NYSD 25
DSD 25 ASD 20

Bracket Games:
LEX 25 DSD 16
DSD 25 LEX 18
LEX 15 DSD 25

3rd Place Game:
DSD 25 MPS 18

All Star: Sophia Eaton

Next Game:
Monday, October 7th vs. PSD

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Florida football

FSDB football 40-8 City of Life

Hello Dragon Fans!!  I cannot begin to tell you how surreal it
feels to be typing this and telling you that the FSDB Dragons are the East
Division
champions in the Sunshine State Athletic Conference 8-man league.
The link to the conference website can be found below.

We got off to a blazing start in this game and did enough to keep the
momentum in our favor for the rest of the game.  We scored 3 touchdowns in
the 1st
quarter to race out to a 20-0 lead.  The City of Life (Kissimmee) made
some good adjustments and started to move the ball in the 2nd quarter and
made it a
20-8 game midway through the quarter.

Then this sequence happened that I felt put the nail in their
coffin.  We went on a 7-minute grinding drive and punched it in the end
zone to leave them
only 35 seconds to try to mount a scoring drive before halftime.
They marched the ball fairly easily down the field until our Luis Merced
had other
ideas and returned an interception for 84 yards right when the
clock hit 0.0 to hand us a 34-8 halftime lead.

In the second half, there was only one score- a short touchdown run
in the 4th quarter to round out the scoring.  Huge kudos to our defense,
especially
Garrett Hunt who we gave a near impossible task tonight- to go in
man to man press coverage with their best wide receiver.  Garrett held him
catchless
until the game was decided.

Our season high was set tonight with 449 yards of total offense.  Walter
Douglas had another monster game with 200 yards rushing.  Our steady
workhorse Luis
Merced garnered 94 yards followed by Matthew Guillou’s 81 yards.

Defensively, we were paced by Merced’s game high 11 tackles along with
that pick six mentioned earlier.

We will be traveling to Tennessee School for the Deaf to play against them
on 10/12 at 11:30am.

1q- FSDB, Luis Merced 37 run (2-pt Merced run) 8-0
1q- FSDB, Walter Douglas 67 run (2-pt fail) 14-0
1q- FSDB, Douglas 63 run (2-pt fail) 20-0
2q- City of Life 4 run (2-pt good) 20-8
2q- FSDB,  Matthew Guillou 4 run (2-pt Merced run) 28-8
2q- FSDB, Merced 84 int ret (2-pt fail) 34-8
4q- FSDB, Merced 4 run (2-pt fail) 40-8

RUSHING
Douglas 12-200 2td, Merced 18-94 2td 2pat, Matthew Guilliou 12-81 1td,
Prinzler 1-41, Ajani Zahira 5-28, Cayto Dulcio 1-5

PASSING
Matthew Guilliou 0/1

RECEIVING

DEFENSE
Merced 11t 1tfl 1int 1td 2pd, Matt G 6t 1ff 1pd, Douglas 4t 1fr 3pd,
Marcus G 3t 1pd, Prinzler 3t,  Zahira 2t, Cabrera 1int, Hunt 1t 1pd, Solis
1t 1tfl, Veloz
1t

note:
in a follow up email, coach Lefor said:

we will host a playoff game 10/31 since we clinched
our division.  8 team playoff for conf champ

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Iowa Deaf Football

We beat the Wisconsin School for the Deaf today, 53-12. It was a muddy
game, started out slow with everyone slipping and sliding. Once we settled
down, we led 20-0
at the half. We built our lead up to 41-6 early in the 4th quarter to
force the running clock.
Our offense was lead by Damien Holste, who had 18 carries for 103 yards, 2
TDs and 3 PATs. Jayden Kohl added 7 carries for 84 yards, 2 TDs and 1 PAT.
Holste also
went 2 for 4 passing for 15 yards, 1 TD, 1 PAT, and 2 INTs. Jesse Dalley
added 1 completion out of 2 attempts for 20 yards and a TD.  Gregory
Kazeba caught the TD
pass from Holste, while Holste caught the TD pass from Dalley.

Defensively, several players came through for us:
Jayden Kohl had 3 solo tackles, 2 assists, and 2 tackles for loss.
Jesse Dalley had 5 solo tackles, 1 assist, 1 tackle for loss, a QB sack,
and 2 fumble recoveries.
Nate Weigel had 1 solo tackle, 3 assists, and a fumble recovery.
Damien Holste had 5 solo tackles.
Gregory Kazeba had 5 solo tackles, 3 assists, 1 tackle for loss, 1 QB
sack, and 2 fumble recoveries, one he returned for a TD.
Angel Torres had 1 solo tackle and 1 interception return for a TD.

We are now 1-2, and play Arkansas School for the Deaf next Saturday the
12th.

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Louisiana football

In our second bout, we’ve defeated Mississippi 42-6.

It was a hot day in the afternoon, but it did not stop us. D’ericion Hayes
ran for 2 TDs and Demarico Young has 3 TDs. We also had a strip fumble
returned for a TD by Tommy Vance.

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Maryland football

part of newspaper story

MSD (3-1) at Hampton Roads, Virginia (0-4): The Orioles suffered their
first loss to a deaf opponent since October of 2002 last week in a 44-6
loss at Texas School for the Deaf. MSD will look to rebound this week
against the Hampton Roads Generals, a team the Orioles already beat 46-8
in a Sept. 7 home game

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Missouri volleyball

Missouri School for the Deaf volleyball team travelled to Heartland
Christian, Bethel, Missouri. the  girls showed more improvement and we
were able to gain our
score highest tonight. The scores were 12-25, 15-25, 22-25.  Cristin Kohl,
JR and Rhiannon Gonzales, SO. both made 5 serves. Julia Strafford, SO.
made four serves.
Kayla Nichols, JR also helped with serve of three. Our sub Tracy Austin,
FR. helped with two serve. Kayla and Myia Dandle, Fr. made one ace serve.
MSD volleyball
girls will play with Columbia Independent School on Tuesday, October 8 at
Eagles gym at 6 pm.

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Pennsylvania volleyball

Yesterday, 10/2/19, The Panther’s Volleyball team had a triumphant game
against Lexington School for the Deaf. The girls brought the PSD spirit
again and beat Lexington 4-1 (25-23, 17-25, 25-14, 25-20). They were
persistent and really came together as a team for this win!

Kathylean Colon had a total of 9 aces, bringing us the winning points in
the last game! Natalya Gilmore scored 10 kills and Gia DiGiacomo scored 10
aces and 2 kills.

Record 1-4

Next game on 10/5, Saturday, PSD’s homecoming game vs New York School for
the Deaf @ 11:00 A

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Rhode Island soccer

Our game scheduled for today against Wilbur & McMahon Schools was
cancelled due to anticipated inclement weather and there will be no
reschedule date available.

RISD Soccer Record: 0-4
Next Game: Tuesday, October 8th vs. Marie Philip School [4:15 P.M.]

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Texas sports

Sept. 24
Waco Vanguard, 0
TSD: 3
(25-10, 25-18, 25-16)

Sept. 26
Veritas Academy, 1
TSD, 3
(25-23, 23-25, 25-22, 25-18)

Oct. 1
Waco Reicher, 1
TSD, 3
(25-20, 25-23, 21-25, 26-24)

The Rangers Volleyball team won their last 3 games in preparation for the
Spike Out XX tournament in Riverside, CA. Their record is 16-13 and they
look to continue their winning steak at Riverside, CA.

TSD JV football team played their second game of the season against
Regents. The game was close this time but Regents won 19-8. TSD JV
football record is 0-2.

TSD Varsity football won against MSD last Friday 44-6. TSD record is 2-2
with a tough game against Prince of Peace tomorrow at 7p

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random deafsports talk

possibly the biggest 8-man football game of season

two teams are unbeaten with 4-0 records – Florida
and Lousiana

and both teams are scheduled to play against each
other on Saturday October 19th at Florida

A common opponent is Alabama, which is rather a
good team playing a mix of 8 man and 11 man
opponents.

Alabama plays Florida on October 26th
Alabama plays Louisiana on October 10th

Do not underestimate Alabama at all

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2019/10/03

DeafDigest Sports – October 3, 2019

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

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

— random deafsports thoughts, a shocking law

— football games this week

— volleyball updates

— soccer updates

— football updates

— Gallaudet updates

…………………………………………………….

2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 10/03/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

…………………………………………….

2019 football scores
as of 9/29/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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upcoming football games
Oct 3 Tennesee at South Carolina
Oct 3 Iowa at Wisconsin
Oct 3 Louisiana at Mississippi
Oct 3 Florida hosts City of Life Christian
Oct 3 Fremont at Delta Charter

Oct 4 Washington at Riverside
Oct 4 Phoenix hosts Salome
Oct 4 Indiana at Dugger Union

Oct 5 Maryland at Hampton Road Generals
Oct 5 Minnesota at New Mexico
Oct 5 Arkansas at Oklahoma
Oct 5 Model at Alabama
Oct 5 Illinois at Kansas

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Gallaudet updates

volleyball
Bison clipped by Cardinals, 3-1

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University women’s volleyball team jumped out
to an early 1-0 lead here Wednesday night against The Catholic University
of America in a non-conference match in the Field House. GU took the first
set 25-23 before it dropped the next three sets; 21-25, 16-25, 13-25 as
the Cardinals won 3-1

women’s soccer
Gallaudet can’t cool down Marymount’s high-scoring offense

Gallaudet (2-6-1) had a busy time trying to cool off the hot Marymount
(2-7-1) offense on the unseasonably warm night as the Saints scored five
goals in a span of 16 minutes in the first half. The Saints took a 6-0
lead into halftime.

Final score was 6-2

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Fremont volleyball

CSD Volleyball beats Making Waves (3-0);
1st set: 25- 9
2nd set: 25- 13
3rd set: 25-11

8-7 record

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Lexington Volleyball

We hosted Deaf Awareness Week (DAW) Volleyball Tournament on Sept 28th.The
participated schools were
American School for the Deaf (ASD)
Delaware School for the Deaf (DSD)
Lexington School for the Deaf (LEX)
Marie Philip School for the Deaf (MPS)
New York School for the Deaf (NYSD)

Round Robin- one game
1- NYSD 25-17 over LEX
2- NYSD 25- 15 over ASD
3- LEX 25-6 over ASD
4- DSD 25-11 over MPS
5- LEX 25-7 over DSD
6- LEX 25-14 over MPS
7- MPS 25-14 over ASD
8- NYSD 25-17 over DSD
9- MPS 25- 22 over NYSD
10- DSD 25-20 over ASD

NYSD: 3-1
LEX 3-1
DSD 2-2
MPS 2-2
ASD 0-4

Bracket plays
MPS 25-22, 25-16 over ASD

Semi Finals
LEX 25-16, 19-25, 15-5 over DSD
NYSD 25-23, 25-20 over MPS

3/4 place
DSD 25-18 over MPS

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Indiana football

newsppaper posting

Indiana Deaf (2-1) at Dugger Union (0-3), 2 p.m. Saturday: Indiana Deaf
defeated Alabama Deaf 34-24 on Saturday. Indiana Deaf 42, Dugger Union 12

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New Mexico football

NMSD vs Arkansas School for the Deaf

We won 52 – 0.  The boys performed well. It was hot and humid. Boys were
not used to the weather and drank a whole 5-gallon jug of water!

I want to recognize the players of the week.

Offensive: Luis Villalobos, he made touchdowns and ran a lot of yards. I
also want to recognize Kieran Vollmar because he has improved a lot since
the season began.

Defensive: Bruce Brewer, Jr, he made many tackles.

Thanks to Dennis Catron for making  the beautiful wood letters “O” and
“D.”

Please come to our home game this Saturday at 1 pm.  We will be playing
Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf.

note:
It was learned that Minnesota is definitely coming to New Mexico
to play football even though that school had to forfeit a game
last weekend at Missouri due to insufficent players

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Washington volleyball

Lady Terriers 0 vs. Columbia Adventist 3

CAA 25 – WSD 19

CAA 25 – WSD 14

CAA 25 – WSD 15

Record 2-3 (League 0-1)

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random deafsports talk

a shocking law!

A web posting today said:
International sporting law forbids athletes with disabilities from
competing against those who don’t. Inevitably, some players outshine their
counterparts despite missing limbs or senses. VOA’s Arash Arabasadi has
the story of a man with disabilities who rolls past the competition.

huh!

We have many, many, many deaf athletes that play against the hearing.

International law? Says who?

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2019/10/02

DeafDigest Sports – October 2, 2019

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

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

— random deafsports thoughts

— football games this week

— volleyball updates

— soccer updates

— cross country updates

…………………………………………………….

2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 10/02/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

…………………………………………….

2019 football scores
as of 9/29/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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upcoming football games
Oct 3 Tennesee at South Carolina
Oct 3 Iowa at Wisconsin
Oct 3 Louisiana at Mississippi
Oct 3 Florida hosts City of Life Christian
Oct 3 Fremont at Delta Charter

Oct 4 Washington at Riverside
Oct 4 Phoenix hosts Salome
Oct 4 Indiana at Dugger Union
Oct 4 Maryland hosts Hampton Road Generals

Oct 5 Minnesota at New Mexico
Oct 5 Arkansas at Oklahoma
Oct 5 Model at Alabama
Oct 5 Illinois at Kansas

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Alabama Volleyball

Southern Spike Out
Alabama 2  South Carolina 0
Alabama 2  Tennessee 0
Mississippi 2  Alabama 0
Alabama 2  Tennessee 0
Alabama 2  Mississippi 0
Mississippi 2  Alabama 1 (champs)

Fayetteville 2  Alabama 0
Winterboro 2  Alabama 0
Victory Christian 3  Alabama 1
Victory Christian 3  Alabama 0
Munford 3  Alabama 1

Season record: 9 – 14

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Atlanta Area volleyball

from a tweet

From Atlanta Area School for the Deaf : AAC Volleyball Playoffs this
week!!!

At Mill Springs Academy at 10/1 TODAY 4pm

note
there is no information on the school’s won/lost records
in DeafDigest Sports. It is unfortunate.

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Colorado volleyball

10/1/2019

CSDB lost to South Park

18-25, 13-25, 15-25

Record is 0-10

Priscilla Needs – 12 points, 2 aces, 7 assist, 1 kill

Zivia Gale – 11 points, 2 aces, 3 hits, 5 kills, 1 assist

Deborah Benjiriri – 9 points, 2 hits, 2 kills, 1 assist

They played much improvement!

Next Game

10/3/2019

CSDB vs. Hanover 5:00p

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Maryland cross country

Crossfire Invite – Small School Results

MSD High School Cross Country – Crossfire Invite Results (10/1)

Boys:
Crosse Herpin  23:42.1
Peter Thang 26:18.8
Michael Williams 32:22.7

Girls:
Lera Walkup  DNF
Yireh Sanchez  DNF

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland beat St.James, 3-1
Scores: 15-25, 25-21, 25-21, 25-23
Record: 12-9-1

Stats
Citrine Lummer
16 kills, 9 digs, 1 ace

Milana Bielucke
16 digs, 1 ace

Sascha Tansky
13 assists, 8 digs, 5 aces

Olivia Clinger
3 kills,1 ace

Crystal Salit
24 assists, 5 digs

Thalia Guettler
2 kills

Ariella Zfati
9 digs

Hannah Weiss
17 kills, 13 digs, 4 aces

Maryland JV beat St.James School, 2-1
Scores: 15-25, 25-18, 15-6
Record: 8-3-1

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Missouri volleyball

Missouri School for the Deaf volleyball played with Bunceton at our gym on
10/1.  We didn’t win but the girls continue improve their skills. The
coaches are so
proud of the girls. They didn’t give up and continue playing. The scores
were 10-25, 9-25, 8-25. Rhinannon Gonzales, SO and Cristin Kohl, JR made
two serves.
Cristin and  Kayla Nichols, JR. made one spike. Kayla,  Myia Dandle, FR.,
and Nina Beamish FR., all made one points. We will play against Heartland
at their home
gym on Thursday, October 3 at 6pm.

Record 0-7

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Pennsylvania soccer

Today (10/1/19), Delaware School for the Deaf came to our home field to
play against our PSD boys soccer. Our Panthers boys were so hungry to get
a win and we won, 5-1.

Hazim Haroun, 2 goals and 2 assists Michael Greco, Darnell Godbolt and
Hamza Abuldsalam each scored a goal and an assist. Even our big boy,
Carlos Colon playing goalie for first time and got one great save!!

Record 1-3

The next game on 10/2 at Lexington, 3:30 pm.

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Rhode Island soccer

Our Roosters soccer team played host to Blackstone Valley Prep today,
fielding just 8 players in a 8v8 game with the other teams having at least
16 players, which meant our team was going to play the entire distance! We
swapped goalies in an effort to help bolster our defense and hopefully a
better long-term solution at the goalie position.

RISD held a 2-1 lead heading into halftime in a very tightly contested
game thanks to two goals within the last two minutes of the first half by
6th-grader Howard and our star forward Jayden, only to see the lead slip
away in the last 15 minutes as BVP scored 3 unanswered goals to win the
game 4-2.

Congratulations to our 8 Roosters on playing the entire game and not
giving up for a second! We next travel to Little Compton, RI to play
Wilbur & McMahon Schools this Thursday 10/3 [weather pending].

BVP –  1   3  – 4
RISD – 2   0  – 2

Jayden E. – 1 Goal [9 on the Season]
Howard V. – 1 Goal [3 on the Season]
Evan L. – 7 Saves

RISD Soccer Record: 0-4
Next Game: Thursday, October 3rd @ Wilbur & McMahon Schools [4:00 P.M.]

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Riverside volleyball

Played Hamilton at home in front of a good crowd and won, 3-0 (25-18,
26-24, 25-21)!  Record: 4-12 (1-6).  Next up: Spike Out here at CSDR!

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South Carolina volleyball

SCSDB 15 18 8
Calhoun falls high school 25 25 25

Overall record 0-13

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Western Pennsylvania sports

YESTERDAY’S RESULTS

SOCCER:  lost to Cornerstone Preparatory Christian Academy, 1-2

LEAGUE RECORD: 4-2 (clinched 2nd place in our Division)

OVERALL RECORD: 7-5

MS SOCCER: lost to Central Christian Academy, 0-7

LEAGUE RECORD: 1-6

OVERALL RECORD: 1-6

JV VOLLEYBALL: beat Cornerstone Preparatory Christian Academy, 2-0 (27-25 &25-18)

OVERALL RECORD – 2-5

V VOLLEYBALL:  lost to Cornerstone Preparatory Christian Academy, 0-3 (17-25, 20-25, & 22-25)

LEAGUE RECORD: 2-6

OVERALL RECORD: 8-11-1

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random deafsports talk

Yesterday’s talk
Philadelphia Phillies fans know who The Phanatic is,
the crazy mascot who has been around since 1978.

A deaf Phanatic? Well, Dave Raymond, the Phanatic,
is a half-Coda, his mother being deaf.

Raymond said he learned non-verbal communications
from her that he easily applied to his Phanatic
job!

Today’s talk
It was learned that Dave Raymond’s father
was legendary University of Delaware football
coach Tubby Raymond, he of the famed Wing-T attack.

Tubby knew sign language.

Delaware, by the way, no longer uses the
Wing-T.

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2019/10/01

DeafDigest Sports – October 1, 2019

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

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

— random deafsports thoughts

— football games this week

— volleyball updates

— soccer updates

— Fremont winter season coaches

— Gallaudet honors

…………………………………………………….

2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 10/01/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

…………………………………………….

2019 football scores
as of 9/29/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

………………………………………………….

upcoming football games
Oct 3 Tennesee at South Carolina
Oct 3 Iowa at Wisconsin
Oct 3 Louisiana at Mississippi
Oct 3 Florida hosts City of Life Christian
Oct 3 Fremont at Delta Charter

Oct 4 Washington at Riverside
Oct 4 Phoenix hosts Salome
Oct 4 Indiana at Dugger Union
Oct 4 Maryland hosts Hampton Road Generals

Oct 5 Minnesota at New Mexico
Oct 5 Arkansas at Oklahoma
Oct 5 Model at Alabama
Oct 5 Illinois at Kansas

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Gallaudet honors

football
Gallaudet picks up three ECFC Player of the Week honors

MARSHFIELD, Mass. – The Eastern Collegiate Football Conference (ECFC)
announced its weekly honors for the week of Sept. 30 and Gallaudet
University was selected for three Player of the Week honors. Junior
quarterback Timel Benton (Columbia, S.C.) was named Offensive Player of
the Week, sophomore Cassmeir Hutchinson (Chesapeake, Va.) was selected as
Special Teams Player of the Week and freshman Stefan Anderson (New Market,
Md.) brought home Rookie of the Year honors.

volleyball
Gallaudet’s Karita Lewis named NEAC Women’s Volleyball Player of the Week

LATHAM, N.Y. – The North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) announced its
weekly conference student-athlete of the week awards for Sept. 30 and
Gallaudet University junior Karita Lewis (Frederick, Md.) was named
Women’s Volleyball Player of the Week.

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Arizona sports

Arizona School for the Deaf and Blind Cross Country

Arizona School for the School and the Blind Cross Country team is having
an amazing year and our runners continue to improve after every run.  All
schools and
running event coordinators report time to Athletic.net.  Here is a list of
top Deaf High School runners in the country.  The top four runners are
from ASDB.
1. Adan Bustamante 18:43.8
2. Manuel Gonzales 19:56.6
3. Santana Gonzales 20:23.8
4. Dominic Errigo 20:24.7
21. Dalton Green 23:55.8

volleyball

September 3    Lost  ASDB   0  San Simon  2
September 5    Won ASDB   3  Lourdes      0
September 10  Lost  ASDB   0  Baboquivari 2
September 12  Lost  ASDB   0  St. David 2
September 17  Lost  ASDB   1  Valley Union 2
September 21  Won ASDB   3  PDSD  2
September 21  Lost  ASDB   0  Riverside 3
September 24  Won  ASDB  2  Academy of Tucson

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Fremont coaches

Varsity Boys Basketball Head Coach – Joshua Weinstock

Varsity Boys Basketball Assistant Coach – Connor Baer

Junior Varsity Boys Basketball Head Coach – Marcus Winn

Junior Varsity Boys Basketball Assistant Coach – Vacant

Varsity Girls Basketball Head Coach – Kevin Bella

Varsity Girls Basketball Assistant Coach – Vacant

Varsity Cheerleading Head Coach – Chris Joseph

Varsity Cheerleading Assistant Coach – Samantha Braidi

Varsity Cheerleading Assistant Coach – Vacant

note: no wrestling team this season

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Mississippi School f/t Deaf

MSD 18 25 24 26 13
Raleigh 25 22 26 24 15

Next Game 10/8 @ St Jospeh

Record 7-12

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Model sports

Volleyball

Date: Monday, September 30, 2019 at 5:30 PM

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 3

Sandy Spring Friends School: 0

Football

Date: Saturday, September 28, 2019 at 2:00 PM

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 47

FCA Bucks: 34

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Ohio sports

OSD Volleyball @ Rochester Homecoming:

RSD vs. OSD (Lost) 9/27/19

Set 1: 15-25

Set 2: 6-25

Record: 2-7

WPSD vs. OSD (Lost) 9/27/19

Set 1: 24-26

Set 2: 15-25

Record 2-8

PSD vs. OSD (Won) 9/28/19

Set 1: 25-22 (Won)

Set 2: 25-23 (Won)

Record 3-8

3/4 Place PSD vs. OSD (Won) 9/28/19

Set 1: 22-25 (Lost)

Set 2: 25-13 (Won)

Set 3: 25-23 (Won)

Record 4-8

soccer
Rochester Homecoming Weekend:

OSD vs. PSD (Won) 9/27/19

Final Result: Ohio 8, Pennsylvania 1

(1st Half: OSD 6, PSD 0 )

Record: 3-2

OSD. vs. WPSD (Won) 9/28/19

Final Result: Ohio 7, Western Pennsylvania 2

(1st Half: OSD 1, WPSD 0 )

Current Record: 4-2

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Pennsylvania sports

Lady Volleyball Result Games @ RSD, 9/27-9/28

On 9/27-9/28 weekend, After some substantial setbacks the PSD volleyball
team came in last at the Rochester Homecoming tournament, but performed
very well this weekend, handling every obstacle that came their way. With
only 5 players, the team managed to hold their own as a team on the court.

Volleyball captain Gia DiGiacomo went above and beyond to lead her
teammates to perform as best as they could under the circumstances. She
got hurt the first day and came back stronger the next day. She
miraculously had 21 aces and 11 kills this weekend. She was truly a
panther on the court, and she brought the PSD spirit all the way to
Rochester!

PSD vs WPSD: 13-25, 8-25 – L
PSD vs RSD: 7-25, 17-25 – L
PSD vs OSD: 23-25, 23-25 – L
PSD vs OSD (Silver Championship): 25-12, 13-25, 23-25 – L

Record 0-4

Next game on 10/2, game away @ Lexington, 3:30 P

PSD Boys Soccer Result Games @ RSD, 9/27-9/28

This past weekend (9/27 to 9/28), we travelled to Rochester School for the
Deaf for their homecoming tournament. On 9/27, we faced a very strong Ohio
School for the Deaf. We fought strong defense for first 10 minutes with
0-0. But unfortunately their strong offense tired our defense out and lost
8 to 1. Hamza Abuldsalam scored his first goal for PSD!

The next day (9/28), we were facing RSD for 3rd place. But RSD came out
strong and crush us, we lost 0-6 but our Panthers boys stay positive and
never giving up the whole game.

Our freshman, Michael Procopio won his first all star award for his
determination and work hard to help everyone!

Record 0-3

Next game on 10/1, our first home game vs Delaware School for the Deaf at
3:30 PM today.

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random deafsports talk

Philadelphia Phillies fans know who The Phanatic is,
the crazy mascot who has been around since 1978.

A deaf Phanatic? Well, Dave Raymond, the Phanatic,
is a half-Coda, his mother being deaf.

Raymond said he learned non-verbal communications
from her that he easily applied to his Phanatic
job!

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