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DeafDigest Sports – September 11, 2018

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– list of this week’s football games; one game cancelled

– football & volleyball & soccer & cross country updates

– random deafsports thoughts (regarding Gallaudet huddle)

DeafDigest Sports collections of the day
– unforgettable football remark
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 9/11/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

2018 football scores (as of 9/9/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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football games this week

cancelled due to inclement weather
Sep 13 South Carolina at Tennessee

Sep 13 Michigan at Ashley
Sep 13 Florida at Merritt Island Christian
Sep 13 Colorado at Hanover
Sep 13 Washington at Wishkah
Sep 13 Missouri at Oklahoma

Sep 14 Indiana at Anderson Prep
Sep 14 Maryland at Baltimore Friends
Sep 14 Riverside at Windward
Sep 14 Phoenix at Superior
Sep 14 Model at Fremont
Sep 14 Texas hosts St Dominic Savio Catholic
Sep 14 Alabama at Shoal Christian

Sep 15 New Mexico at Wisconsin
Sep 15 Illinois at Christian Life
Sep 15 Carolinas at Louisiana
Sep 15 Mississippi at Georgia
Sep 15 Iowa at Arkansas
Sep 15 Minnesota at Kansas

Notes:
– it may be possible that bad weather may cause game
cancellations/postponements (already one cancellation)

– Some schools are playing their first games of season
this week

– the Missouri/Oklahoma game may be interesting; last
season both teams scored over 100 points, with Oklahoma
getting the win

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American soccer

Our first home soccer game against Central Christian Academy on Friday
night.  Central Christian Academy 4 to 2 American School for the Deaf.

ASD record 0-1

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Fremont sports

We had another great week.  The Volleyball team continued their dominating
fashion with two more sweeps upping their record to 8-1.  They happen to
be on the road for the next two weeks and we wish them the best on these
stretch of games away from the friendly confines of the “Big Gym”.

The Cross Country team had another enjoyable meet at Martinez last weekend
and will play in the challenging BCL East Meet #1 at the beautiful Joaquin
Miller Park in Oakland on Wednesday before being off for the next three
weeks.  Keep soaring, Eagles!

Our Football and Cheerleading team continued to improve their performance
and spirit by reversing the story after losing to George Washington 6-0
last year to a 42-0 win on Friday to improve our record to 4-0.  We are
excited to be hosting the “Clash of the Eagles” game against Model
Secondary School for the Deaf on Friday in what should be an eventful day
as there is Back to School Night from 2-4pm and then International
Studies’ Dingo Night from 4-7pm.  Share away the attached flyer and show
your spirit by attending all of the Friday’s events and then let’s fill
the house with ORANGE and BLACK at the game!

Athlete of the Week: LEVI BISER – The coaches was impressed with this
newcomer on the team’s continued performance improvement.  Levi was able
to shave his time at every practice and meet and it was more notable when
the recent meet’s course was much more difficult.  The Athletic Department
was also impressed with Levi’s positive approach to all students and
staff.  Great job!

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Illinois volleyball

(8/29/18) ISD vs. Jacksonville Routt
1 – 25, 3 – 25lost 0 – 1

(8/30/18) ISD vs. Springfield Calvary
12 – 25, 6 – 25lost 0 – 2

(9/5/18) ISD vs. Meredosia-Chambersburg
13 – 25, 21 – 25lost 0 – 3

(9/6/18) ISD vs. Griggsville-Perry
16 -25, 12 – 25lost 0 – 4

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Indiana volleyball

Lapel
10-25, 8-25, 8-25

7-7 record

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Kansas volleyball

Lady Jackrabbits Volleyball Update:Last night, we played our first home
game against Midland and won the match 3 to 1.  Final Scores:-KSD    25 25
8 25-Midland   22 19 25  17

Player Stats:-Jamaika Jones: 6 aces, 1
kill-Kaylee Wells: 5 aces, 1 kill-Madison Welch: 3 aces, 9 kills, 3
assists-Tiadra Vang: 16 aces, 5 kills, 7 assists

Team Record: 4-1

Next game:
Alta Vista (Thursday)

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Kansas football

On Wednesday, September 5th at 6:00 AM, Kansas School for the Deaf
traveled
to Wisconsin School for the Deaf to play their first Deaf football game of
the season. This 6-man game was on Thursday September 6th. KSD knew
the game would be challenging as they lost five good players from last
year.  KSD also knew that WSD’s talented player, Payne would be a tough
opponent, as he has great speed. Unfortunately, he got hurt and was only
able to play for two plays. KSD beat WSD, 48 to 6!  I am proud of the boys
who played an excellent game.

KSD will play against Minnesota Academy School for the Deaf this Saturday,
September 15.  KSD is looking forward to a challenging game because of
their history with Minnesota!

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Model football

Central Maryland Christian 39

Model Secondary School f/t Deaf 0

Team total offense: 89 yards passing

-12 rushing yards

Offense

Austin Baker- 8 yards rushing 71 passing yards- total 79 yards

Zack D’Angelo- 25 receiving yards,  -5 rushing yards, 18 passing yards-
38 total    yards

Arnold Hatton III- 46 receiving yards, -10 rushing- total 36 yards

Nicholas Barron- 16 receiving yards

Celso Martinez- 10 receiving yards

Gino Riggio- 10 receiving yards

Jahiem McMillian- 4 rushing yards

Dewon Emery – – 7 rushing yards

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Rochester soccer

*Cornerstone: 5*
*RSD: 4*

*Goals:*
*Gentzke (1)*
*Tantalo (2)*
*Michalek (1)*

*Saves:*
*Radez (13) *

*League Record: 0-1*
*Overall record: 0-1 *

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Texas cross country

HS CROSS-COUNTRY RACE SUMMARY for St. Andrew’s CC Meet on Saturday,
September 8, 2018:*

On Friday before the meet, the CC Team gathered for a spaghetti dinner
complete with bread and salad at the HS Girls Dorm Lobby. Runners, Jaida,
Alyssa, and Carmelita helped out with the cooking (Thanks!!!) and all
runners helped with the clean-up. A special thanks to the HS Girls
Residential Staff for having us use the HS Girls Dorm Lobby for the
special
occasion!!!

Yesterday marked out first CC meet of the 2018 Fall Season, running at St.
Andrew’s Episcopal School. This meet is usually our first meet of the
season, 7 girls and 7 boys represented TSD:

Veteran TSD female runners, Jordan L, Anabelle W, and Jaida S, led the
way,
running in the first race of the day, the Girls Varsity 5K. Anabelle
(25:08) and Jaida (25:08) ran neck-to-neck to the finish, both achieving
the same time for the 3.1 mile run. Jordan L (30:44) followed quickly
posting a time of 30:44. All are on par to start the season! Runners
joining the TSD CC Team for the first time this year, ran valiantly, in
the
2-mile JV Girls race, are Asia C (with a time of 21:36), Carmelita Y
(23:01),
Kylie J (23:04), Jessica D (25:41).

Five (5) TSD male runners participated in the Boys JV 5K race. Leading the
way was Zaccaria Stein (25:50), Brody V (26:21), Trei L (27:54), Hawkins M
(27:14). All are new runners, except for veteran Brody V, who ran a good,
first time season race, taking it in stride, setting the stage for faster
runs to come. The others ran strongly, especially in the beginning of the
race as they were all in the top 25-50% of the pack. It was a learning
experience as the runners have come to realize the importance of
“running
evenly” throughout the race as compared to starting out way too fast and
finishing with a sprint. This goes to show that our runners still had much
energy left in the tank, which they’ll learn to use more efficiently by
“running evenly” throughout the 5K distance. Our remaining 3 male
runners
experienced the same when running the 2-mile run of the 5K race, posting
2-mile times were: Gage H (19:47), Luis R. (22:06), Willie H (24:05). They
also showed that they can, too, benefit from “running evenly.” When
this
strategy is utilized, each runner will post new Personal Records (PR’s)
*this
upcoming Saturday, September 15 at Texas Lutheran University.*

A special THANKS to the Rivera Family who treated the team to lunch at
Chik-Fila after the CC Meet!!!! Thank you!!!!

- Coach Nick Bannon

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random deafsports thoughts

The New Yorker magazine ran a long article about
Gallaudet football and the National Anthem.

One small part in the article mentioned the huddle.

The New Yorker reporter emailed DeafDigest Sports
editor few weeks ago, asking for evidence that
Gallaudet invented the huddle.

The reporter was told that in the 1894 season
Gallaudet played and defeated two deaf teams -
New York School for the Deaf and Pennsylvania
School for the Deaf.

It was DeafDigest Sports editor’s opinion that
QB Paul Hubbard created the huddle to prevent
these two deaf teams from stealing the signals
on the line of scrimmage.

The New Yorker reporter wrote that Hubbard
created the huddle during the game.

The big mystery – did Hubbard create the huddle
during the game – or did he had his team
practice the huddle all week prior to the game?

We shall never know!

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