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DeafDigest Sports – May 5, 2017

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

— Gallaudet honors

— Dummy Hoy Field review

— a listing of deaf track reports

— USA vs Canada women’s hockey two game scores

Deaf Sports Collections update
— Four generations Gallaudet athletic family
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/national-women-hockey-team/

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Gallaudet baseball

someone came and did a review of
Hoy Field recently. Check it out here -
http://www.stadiumjourney.com/stadiums/hoy-field-s3110

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Gallaudet softball

Gallaudet places two on All-NEAC South Division softball teams

GANSEVOORT, N.Y. – The North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) released
its 2017 softball all-conference awards on Thursday and Gallaudet
University landed two student-athletes on one of the teams. Junior first
baseman Alyssa Barlow (Chandler, Ariz.) was named to the All-NEAC South
Division first team while fellow junior shortstop Courtney Thomas
(Yorkville, Ill.) was selected to the second team.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/sball/2016-17/releases/allneac

Alyssa Barlow earns honorable mention for Louisville Slugger/NFCA Player of the Week award

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Gallaudet University junior Alyssa Barlow (Chandler,
Ariz.) was among 21 softball players who earned honorable mention for the
Louisville Slugger/National Fastpitch Coaches Association’s (NFCA)
Division III National Player and Pitcher of the Week honors for the week
of May 3.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/sball/2016-17/releases/nfcanpow-0503

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Gallaudet March Athletes of the Month

Thomas and Men’s Sprint Medley Relay Team selected as March Bison of the
Month

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University Athletics Department has announced
the March Bison of the Month recipients

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/news/2016-17/bom/march17

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Louisiana track

pole vault in state meet
drian Lee of Louisiana School for the Deaf was second (8 feet))

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Marie Philip track

We came over Rhode island School for the Deaf (RISD) for the 2nd time this
season for track and field events. One of the charter school team in
Providence, teams from American School for the Deaf and NYSD-Fanwood also
came to RISD. It was MPS’ 3rd T&F meet of the season.

Our female junior T&F athlete, Lacey C had her first meet today after
missing past two due to other commitments. She did two long-distance
running events in an effort to build her time improvement.

Our new student, Kade West, who was transferred to here last a few months
ago, begged me to let him try 1600 meter run. He accomplished his goal by
running to the finish line after 4 laps with his positive feeling.

Lily Frugulietti, the lady ghost freshmen, fell and hurt both her knees
with a hard scratch after the starting line of 100m dash. She felt not
ready for 200m dash, but she went ahead to finish racing against opposing
racers positively.

I am very impressive with Luke McBride’s awesome attitude because as his
left shoe was off itself, he kept racing close to the finish line in 800m
event

Please applause our T&F team for their positive effort and attitude
through the running and throwing events.

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Maryland track

MSD Varsity boys and girls track teams finished second with St. John’s
Catholic, Mercersburg Academy, ST. Maria Goretti, and Mount Airy Christian
Academy at IPSL championship track meet in Mercersburg, PA.

Top 3 finishers by MSD.
Girls:
3rd: Cassidy Perry    200M (28.17)
1st: Emelia Beldon     100M Hurdles (17.50)
3rd: Isabella Walker.    300M Hurdles (58.01)
2nd: 4x400M Relay (5:00.52)
       (Lewis, Walker, Weeks, and Walkup)
2nd: Karita Lewis      High Jump (4’6″)
2nd: Cassidy Perry      Long Jump (15’0.25″)
1st: Emelia Beldon      Triple Jump (31’0.25″)
3rd: Cassidy Perry      Shot Put (30’5.5″)
1st: Cassidy Perry     Javelin (108’5″) New Deaf Prep National Record and
School Record!

Boys:
2nd: Bobga Tete    100M (11.55)
1st: Brady Perry.  200M (22.86)
2nd:  Brady Perry.  400M (51.03)
2nd: Bobga Tete.  800M (2:03.32)  2nd best in school history
1st: Egan Seremeth. 110M Hurdles. (16.56)
2nd: John Werner. 110M Hurdles. (17.07)
1st: Egan Seremeth. 300M Hurdles (43.10)
2nd:  4x100M Relay. (47.20)
       (Braxton, Wilson, Long, Jason Werner)
1st: 4x400M Relay (3:37.27)
      (Perry, Anderson, Latin, Tete)
2nd: John Werner   Triple Jump (38’10.25″)
3rd: Egan Seremeth.  Triple Jump (37’10.25″)
3rd:  4x800M Relay.  (9:40.78)
     (Pavao, Anderson, Ufumwen, Herpin)

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Minnesota track

MSAD sees bevy of personal bests at Bethlehem Academy Invite

Juan Salgado broke the school record in the 3,200, taking third and
finishing in 11 minutes, 2.69 seconds. Faribault natives Will and Sam
Bondhus had good days running distance for MSAD as well. Will Bondhus set
a new personal best in the 800, taking sixth in 2:21.24 while Sam Bondhus
finished fifth with a PR in the 3,200, finishing in 11:33.74.

full story at:
http://www.southernminn.com/faribault_daily_news/sports/article_a86e35c9-bba0-5c34-932d-7807f8124240.html

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New Jersey Track Results
@ NYSD May 1st

Girls
PSD  – 127
NJSD  – 100
ASD  – 54
MNSD  – 48

EF  – 5

NYSD  – 1

Boys

EF – 109
ASD – 103
NJSD – 84
PSD – 79
NYSD – 48
SA – 15
MNSD – 8
MPS – 5

NJSD Girls and Boys Results

200M

Sinmi Foloranni– 3rd
Amon Baldwin – 4th

Long Jump
De’Avian Watson – 3rd
Stanley Uka – 3rd

Yeudy Rodriguez – 5th

Triple Jump
Miguel Dominguez – 4th
Yeudy Rodriguez – 5th

Shot Put
Emily Cruz – 2nd

Ricky Maldonado – 1st

Miguel Dominguez – 3rd

Discus
Emily Cruz – 5th

Ricky Maldonado – 1st

Miguel Dominguez – 2nd

High Hurdles
De’Avian Watson -  2nd

4 x 200 relay
NJSD  – Alexis Holland, Emily Cruz, Ana Maria Devora, De’Avian Watson
– 1st

NJSD – Andrey Molina, Halo Warner, Miguel Rodriguez, Amon Baldwin – 3rd

100 m

Sinmiiloluwe Folaranmi – 1st

Amon Baldwin – 3rd

400 M

Ana Marie Devora – 3rd

Alexis Holland – 4th

300 Intermediate Hurdles
Alexis Holland – 2nd

Michelle Merino-Perez – 3rd

Miguel Dominguez – 3rd

800 M

Michelle Merino-Perez – 3rd

Halo Warner – 6th

4 x 100

NJSD  – Sinmiloluwe Folaranmi, Emily Cruz, De’Avian Watson, Ana Maria
Devora – 2nd

NJSD – Amon Baldwin, Andrey Molina, Stanley Uka, Nasir Gurganus – 5th

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Oklahoma track

BOYS

CLASS 1A

VELMA-ALMA

Long jump: 1. Dylan Evans, Oklahoma School for the Deaf, 18-10.75;
2. Michael Creel, Clayton, 18-07; 3. Semaj McBride, Tipton, 18-05.75

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Rhode Island track

Thursday, May 4th – Rhode Island School for the Deaf played host to four
schools (American, Fanwood, Marie Philip School and Times Square Academy)
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the weather was sunny and the temperature was just perfect for an
invitational track & field meet.

RISD Girls came away with their first track & field meet victory in a
while! This was thanks to our outstanding performance in the shot put and
discus event. First place finishes in 400M, 800M, a 2nd place finish in
100M and 3rd place finish in 200M helped us earn the victory. Huge
congratulations to our girls teams for accomplishing this.

RISD Boys earned a win in the 100M event, 2nd place finish in the 200M,
1600M, a 2nd/3rd in the Long Jump among other solid individual
performances
to finish 3rd overall among 5 teams.

*Girls*
1.) RISD – 48.0
2.) Times Square – 47.5
3.) ASD – 46.5
4.) MPS – 12.0
5.) NYSD – 0

*Boys*
1.) ASD – 101.0
2.) NYSD – 45.0
3.) RISD – 30.0
4.) Times Square – 24.0
5.) MPS – 10.0

RISD’s next track & field meet will be on Wednesday, May 10th at Conard
H.S. in Connecticut per invite from American School for the Deaf. This
will
be our last meet before we head to Maryland for the 2017 ESDAA
Championships.

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St Mary’s boys track

The Bisons hosted a tri meet yesterday with Falk and Global Charter.  Nick
Barrus had two 1st place finishes(Long Jump and Triple Jump).
The results are below.

Next meet May 9th against O’Hara@ ST. Mary’s at 3:30pm.

Date-  May 5nd. 2017
Score- Falk 65…..St. Mary’ 40….Global Charter…0
BoysTrack Results
Long Jump

Isa Habeeb…13’6″…Nick Barrus…16′ 3 1/2″ (1st Place)

Triple Jump

Habeeb 26′ 10 “…Barrus 32′ 7″ (1st Place)

Shot Put

Ryan Brzezinski …32’8″…Christopher Martin 26’10″

Discus

Brzezinski  68′ 3″…Martin 71’4″

100M

Brzezinski…17.6…Barrus 13.5
JV….Adnan Abdi 18.6….Steven Bajdo…16.0
Francis Nguyen 15.8…Jon Allen…17.1

1600M

Kassim Kassim 7:05.8

400M

Habeeb…1:23.4….Bajdo…1:34.8

800M

Martin 3:03.3PR…Kassim…3:32.9

200M

Barrus…29.6….Brzezinski…35.5…JV..Allen…41.9…Abdi…43.9

3200M

None

4 X400

Martin/Kassim/Bajdo/Abdi…5:50.1

4×100

Kassim/Bajdo/Allen/Abdi….1:20.8

Personal Records
1

Points
Nick Barrus

16

Christopher Martin

7.75

Kassim Kassim

4.5

Isa Habeeb

4

Ryan Brzezinski

4

Steven Bajdo
Adnan Abdi

1.5
1.5

Jon Allen

.75

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St Mary’s girls track

The Lady Bisons were forced to dodge rain drops last night on our home
track as we competed in a tri-meet between Global Concepts charter and The
Stanley Falk School.  Despite the weather conditions, the Lady Bisons were
determined to keep up our winning streak and strive for 1st place finishes
and PR’s.  It was the veterans on the team this time around who stepped up
and showed our first year varsity athletes that no matter what the
conditions are, we don’t use that as an excuse to not give our very best. 
Elise Watson grabbed 1st place in both the shot put and discus and Sabina
Bajgai continued her stretch of victories in both the 800m and the 1600m
(1mile). The Lady Bisons finished on top yet again by the score of  SMSD:
45/Global: 18/Falk: 6.  Our next meet is Tuesday, May 9th at home against
O’Hara.
Thanks,
Coach Booke & Coach Daley

  Girls Track Results
Long Jump

Cameron Cole…11’6 1/2″…
Kioney Alvira-Juardo…12’4″ (1st Place)

Triple Jump

Cameron Cole…24’6″(1st Place)
Kioney Alvira-Juardo …24’0″

Shot Put

Elise Watson…22’1/2″”PR (1st Place)

Discus

Elise Watson…42’6″

100M

Tracy White…DQ…Kearah Kelly…15.8

100 HH

1600M

Sabina Bajgai…7:14(1st Place)

400M

800M

Sabina Bajgai…3:44.9(1st Place)

200M

Kioney Alvira Juardo…33.7(1st Place)

High Jump

4 X400

4×100

4 X200

Personal Records
1

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women’s hockey

there were two games between the USA women and the
Canada women. DeafDigest Sports reported the first
game score as Canada 6 USA 4 but the second game was
overlooked

second game is below:
United States Women vs. Canada Women (CAN 6 – USA 3)

The Canadian and Unites States women matched up again to start
the second day of the 2017 WDIHC.  Canada won 6 – 3.

Players of the game were #1 Libby Breaker from the United States
and #11 Sophie Gagnon from Canada.
 

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