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DeafDigest Sports – May 13, 2018

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— competing against 25 free agents

— new hall of famer suggested in Riverside

— ESDAA track and field results

— college deaf softball player

Deaf Sports Collections update
— deaf owner of race horses
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DeafSports picture of the day
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ESDAA Championships

at Maryland School for the Deaf, Frederick, Md.

Boys results

Team: 1, Maryland/Deaf 165; 2, St. Marys/Deaf 68; 3, Ohio/Deaf 62; 4,
American 57; 5, Marie Katzenbach School 53; T6, New York 28; T6, Rochester
28; 8, Rhode Island 19; 8, Cleary/Deaf 19; 10, Lexington 7.

Girls results

Team: 1, Maryland/Deaf 165; 2, Rochester 69; 3, St. Marys/Deaf 62; 4,
Lexington 36; 5, American 34; 6, Ohio/Deaf 31; 7, Marie Katzenbach School
27; 8, Rhode Island 20; T9, New York 7; T9, Cleary/Deaf 7.

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Maryland track

ESDAA Championships Results – MSD Track & Field (5/12)

Boys Final team scores (Division One)- ESDAA Championships (Top 2)
1- MSD   142 points
2- Ohio School for the Deaf 62 points

Girls Final team scores (Division One) – ESDAA Championships (Top 2)
1- MSD 165 points
2- Lexington School for the Deaf 36 points

Top 3 Finishers by MSD Boys
100 Meter: Brady Perry (1st) 11.38  Janos-Calvin Giuranna (2nd) 11.88
200 Meter: Brady Perry (1st) 22.55
400 Meter: Brady Perry (1st) 51.72
800 Meter: Miguel Pavao (1st) 2:15.17  Esteban Kovacs (2nd) 2:19.09
1600 Meter: Miguel Pavao (1st) 4:55.59
3200 Meter: Miguel Pavao (1st) 10:38.36
4x100M Relay: Brady Perry, Janos Calvin Giuranna, Maurice Braxton, Enow
Otto (1st) 44.83
4x200M Relay: Janos Calvin Giuranna, Maurice Braxton, Enow Otto, Miguel
Pavao (1st) 1:37.95
Shot Put: Amaree McKenstry (2nd) 38’6″
Discus: Gabriel Asante (2nd) 105’7″  Amaree McKenstry 105’6″
High Jump: Janos Calvin Giuranna (3rd) 5’2″
Long Jump: Enow Otto (2nd) 19’10.75″
Triple Jump: Enow Otto (1st) 39’7.5″

Top 3 Finishers by MSD Girls
100 Meter: Rajena Guettler (2nd) 13.36
200 Meter: Rajena Guettler (1st) 27.40  Cassidy Perry (3rd) 27.87
400 Meter: Rajena Guettler (1st) 61.77
800 Meter: Hanna Johnston-Shaw (2nd) 2:56.40
1600 Meter: Hanna Johnston-Shaw (2nd) 6:25.44
3200 Meter: Hanna Johnston-Shaw (1st) 14:22.77
100M Hurdles: Sierra Herzig-Wilcox (1st) 17.51  Alyssa Glennon (2nd) 18.53
300M Hurdles: Sierra Herzig-Wilcox (1st) 50.09  (NEW MEET RECORD)  Alyssa
Glennon (2nd) 53.68
4x100M Relay: Sierra Herzig-Wilcox, Milana Bielucke, Cassidy Perry, Rajena
Guettler (1st) 52.10
4x200M Relay: Milana Bielucke, Yireh Sanchez, Dana Brooks, Rose Shephard
(1st) 2:04.07
4x400M Relay: Yireh Sanchez, Dana Brooks, ROse Shephard, ChaRisa Reins
(1st) 5:19.56
Shot Put: Cassidy Perry (1st) 30’4″  Cara Bielucke (2nd) 28’5″
Discus: Estelina Kovacs (1st) 90’7″ Cassidy Perry (2nd) 90’4″
High Jump: Alyssa Glennon (1st) 4’6″
Triple Jump: Sierra Herzig-Wilcox (1st) 32’4.75″

ESDAA Championships Complete Results
https://www.athletic.net/TrackAndField/meet/320948

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Riverside sports

newspaper as abbreviated

How will Riverside Hall’s class of 2019 look? Some suggestions

So who’s next?

Coach: Pete Lanzi, who ran the football program at the California School
for the Deaf, Riverside, from 1961-85. As I wrote when he passed away  in
1996, he used “equal doses of patience, good humor and caring to teach
deaf kids about football.” And boy, could he tell a story.

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St. Mary’s Boys Track Results/ESDAA Track and Field Championships

The Bison made their annual migration to Frederick, Maryland this past
weekend for the ESDAA Track and Field Championships.  This year’s
migration was even more special due to the fact that the ESDAA was
awarding a  Division II Championship Trophy.  The ESDAA had decide to 
award a Divison I, Division II and an Overall Championship.  The ESDAA is
making an emphasis on growth and participation in the Track and Field
Championships and hopes that with establishing these awards that more
schools will participate.  The Bisons had this award  in their sites and
were determined to be the ones to receive this recognition.  In true Bison
spirit, strength was demonstrated through numbers and each member of The
Herd did their best to make sure that our goal was achieved.  At the end
of the day after the dust settled, the Bisons finished in second place
overall and received the small school Division II Championship.  The Herd
set 8 Personal Records and proved through hard work, tenacity and team
work that goals can be achieved!

This concludes our 2018 track season.

Men – Team Rankings – 16 Events Scored
1) Maryland School for the Deaf 142
2) St. Mary’s School for the Deaf 68
3) Ohio School for the Deaf 62
4) American 57
5) Marie Katzenbach School 53
6) New York 28
6) Rochester 28
8) Rhode Island 19
8) Cleary School for the Deaf 19
10) Lexington 7

Date-  May 11th 12th, 2018
Score-  St. Mary’s…68 …ESDAA Division II Champions
Boys Track Results
Long Jump

Isa Habeeb…14’4″…Nick Barrus…18’0″

Triple Jump

Habeeb  32’6 ½ ” …Barrus 35′ 11″

Shot Put

Jonathan Allen…24’10″PR Ryan Brzezinski …41’2″ (1st Place)

Discus

Allen 73’7″PR…Brzezinski…104’3″PR

100M

Givon Blackwell…13.57…Jonathan Allen… 15.27PR

1600M

Kassim Kassim 6:44.61…Christian Lawrence …5:21.63PR

400M

Isa Habeeb…1:06.00PR…Blackwell..1:06.10PR

800M

Lawrence…2:35.99PR …Kassim Kassim…3:17.08

200M

Michael Norris… 30.38…Barrus…26.30

3200M

Lawrence…12:14.60…Kassim…15:24.37

4 X400

None

4×100

Kassim/Brzezinski/Allen/Abdi….1:01.44

4×200

Habeeb/Brzezinski/Abdi/Blackwell…2:08.89

High Jump

Norris…4’10″…Lawrence…5’0

110 HH

Barrus…18.87(1st Place)

300 IH

Norris…56.58….Blackwell…1:06.38

Personal Records
8

Points
Nick Barrus

25

Ryan Brzezinski

14.25

Christian Lawrence

12

Michael Norris

10

Isa Habeeb

6

Adnan Abdi

.25

Jonathan Allen

.25

Kassim Kassim

.25

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competing against 25 free agents

Unusually large crop of free agents opens Cardinals rookie mini-camp
Including defensive lineman Moubarak Djeri of the German Football League,
the Cardinals brought 25 NFL … Coleman, who lost most of his hearing at

would that lessen Derrick Coleman’s chances of making it?

Don’t know.

Coleman has experience; the free agent full backs don’t, but
Coleman is “expensive” while free agents come in real cheap.

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college deaf softball player

Dara Sanders

junior

softball

Lewis University (Illinois – NCAA-II)

her profile is:

2017  Highlights: Recipient of the Br. David Delahanty Award – given to
Lewis student-athletes for academic excellence – and named to Academic
All-GLVC Team…named to All-GLVC Second Team…notched a team-best 18
wins, tying her for eighth in school-history for a single season…struck
out 152 batters in 174.1 innings pitched…her 152 K’s are the
seventh-most in school-history for a single-season…named GLVC Pitcher of
the Week (March 13) after going 6-0 with six complete-game victories,
including four shutouts, striking out 55 batters in 39.2 innings and
allowing four earned runs for a 0.71 ERA…won her first 12
decisions…appeared in 33 games, including 22 starts…finished with a
record of 18-9 with 152 strikeouts in 174.1 innings pitched…had an ERA
of 2.17…struck out 10+ batters three times, highlighted by a 13
strikeout effort in a complete-game, five-hit shutout in 6-0 win over
Urbana (March 5)…also earned shutout victories over Cedarville (March
7), Felician (March 9), Northern State (March 11), Quincy (March 18) and
McKendree (April 8).

2016 Highlights: Appeared in 18 games, including 12 as a starting
pitcher…earned the complete-game victory and struck out six batters in
the 7-2 win over William Jewell (April 17)…went the distance and struck
out five batters in the 10-2 (6 inn.) win over Saint Joseph’s (March
26)…picked up the complete-game, five-hit victory while fanning six in
the 5-1 win over Quincy (March 20)…struck out 11 in her collegiate debut
– a 6-2 win over Findlay (Feb. 27)…recipient of the Br. David Delahanty
Award – given to Lewis student-athletes for academic excellence – and
named to Academic All-GLVC Team.

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:
Hits: 3, Illinois Springfield, Apr 09, 2017 ; at Quincy, Mar 18, 2017
Doubles: 2, at Quincy, Mar 18, 2017
Triples: 1, vs Northwood, 3/6/2017
Home runs: 1, Maryville, Mar 25, 2017
Total bases: 5, vs Northwood, 3/6/2017 ; at Quincy, Mar 18, 2017
RBI: 5, at Quincy, Mar 18, 2017
Runs scored: 2, vs Northwood, 3/6/2017
Walks: 1, vs Cedarville, Mar 07, 2017 ; at Truman, Mar 19, 2017
Hit by pitch: 1, at Rockhurst, Apr 23, 2017
Sac flies: 1, vs Northwood, 3/6/2017 ; at Truman, Mar 19, 2017
Sac bunts: 2, UW-Parkside, Apr 04, 2017
At bats: 5, Findlay, Feb 25, 2017
Innings pitched: 8.0, at William Jewell, Apr 24, 2017 ; at Truman, Mar 19,
2017
Walks allowed: 6, at Findlay, Feb 27, 2016
Batters faced: 34, Maryville, Mar 25, 2017
Field chances: 3, at Southern Indiana, Apr 15, 2017 ; at Grand Valley
State, Mar 28, 2017
Putouts: 2, vs Felician College, Mar 09, 2017 ; at Grand Valley State, Mar
28, 2017
Assists: 2, 5 times
Runners CS: 1, Rockhurst, Apr 16, 2016 ; at Ashland, Feb 24, 2017 ; vs St.
Cloud State, Mar 07, 2017

this season:
team’s #1 pitcher with a 15-10 record (team played 50 games)

ERA is 3.32 in 170.2 innings

when not pitching she plays infield, hit .226 (21 hits in 93 at bats;
not a team leader in slugging and in runs batted in)
 

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