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DeafDigest Sports – October 12, 2018

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– Thursday’s football scores

– random deafsports thoughts

– list of this week’s football games

– football, volleyball and soccer updates

– Gallaudet volleyball win
deaf schools won/lost records (as of 10/12/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

2018 football scores (as of 10/12/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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This week’s football games

Tuesday’s game
Kansas 68 Illinois 20

Wednesday’s game
Heartland Christian 68 Iowa 6

Thursday’s football scores
Minnesota 42 Wisconsin 40

Hermitage 44 Arkansas 8
St. Francis Catholic 50 Florida 14

Friday’s football games
Oct 12 Deer Trail at Colorado
Oct 12 Maryland hosts Green Street Academy
Oct 12 Texas at St Gerard Catholic

Saturday’s football games
Oct 13 Phoenix at Fremont
Oct 13 New Mexico at Washington
Oct 13 Model at Indiana
Oct 13 Louisiana at Alabama
Oct 13 Iowa at Missouri
Oct 13 Oklahoma at Mississippi
Oct 13 Model at Indiana

Oct 10 Tennesee at Carolinas (at Morganton)
CANCELLED

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Gallaudet volleyball

Bison bury Gophers in straight sets

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University women’s volleyball team made quick
work of Goucher College in a non-conference game here Thursday night as
they buried the Gophers 25-21, 25-16, 25-15

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Arkansas football & volleyball

Volleyball

SW Christian 18 25 23 22
ASD                25 21 25 25

Volleyball record 3 – 16

Football

ASD 8
Hermitage 44

They were 11 man last year switched to 8-man. The state of Arkansas is
testing the idea of having 8-man in the state. So far 16 teams in the
state of Arkansas with 8-man program.

Football record 0-4

October 2, 2018

Faulkner    25    25     25
ASD   18    9     12

GPSD @ Iowa
October 5, 2018

ASD   18   25 15
ISD    25    9    9

ASD      24   21
NMSD   25   25

ASD       18       11
OSD       25      25

Pool B seed #4

October 6

ASD             18 11
Wisconsin    25       25

October 9

ASD       8    11    8
Gospel Light   25   25  25

ASD Record  2 – 15

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Colorado Volleyball

10/11/2018
CSDB lost to Pikes Peak Christian
20-25, 9-25, 20-25
Our record is 1-10

Next game will be on 10/12/2018
CSDB vs. Deer Trails at CSDB 4:00pm

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Delaware volleyball

We played against PSD last night and it was a great game, a lot of fun by all!
DSD 25-PSD 24
DSD 20- PSD 25
DSD 25- PSD 20
DSD 4- PSD 25
DSD 13-PSD 15

Thanks! Next game is on Tuesday at PSD for a rematch!

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Fremont volleyball

This week earned CSD Eagles two more wins after placing 3rd at Spike Out
tournament.

Tuesday delivered a win against California Crosspoint 3-1.

Jada Dawson: 15k, 9 digs, 1 block
Esther Biser: 7k, 13 digs, 1 block
Malia Zornoza: 6k, 10 aces, 11 digs, 1 block
Jade Dawson: 25 assists, 10 aces, 8 digs

Last nights win was against Holy Names, 3-0.

Malia Zornoza: 11k, 8 digs

Esther Biser: 9k, 5 digs

Jada Dawson: 7 kills, 24 digs

Mahlia Thornton: 8 aces, 6 kills

Jade Dawson: 8 aces, 6 digs, 30 assists

CSD currently stands 12-0 in league going into league playoffs next week.
Overall record stands at 23-8. We play College Prep in non-conference game
for Homecoming on Saturday.

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Maryland volleyball

JV
Maryland beat FCA Bravehearts, 2-1

Scores: 18-25, 25-22, 15-10
Record: 11-5

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Michigan volleyball

Michigan School for the Deafяяs Lady Tartars played at Faithway Academy
today, 10/11/18. MSD lost 0-3; scores were 11-25, 7-25, and 19-25. Addison
Blair added 5 kills and 5 aces to her stats. Chloe Woggerman got 3 kills
tonight and 2 assists. Our next match is our homecoming game against
Illinois School for the Deaf on Saturday, 10/13/18. Game time is 10am,
come support MSD. Weяяll be recognizing seniors and selling new athletic
wear. We always play better with fans. GO TARTARS!

Record 1-11

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Minnesota football

newspaper story

MSAD football retains Hilltopper’s Ax in thriller with Wisconsin

The Ax is staying in Minnesota.

For the seventh year in a row, Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf (1-4)
retained the Hilltopper’s Ax rivalry trophy, beating visiting Wisconsin
School for the Deaf (1-4) in a 42-40 thriller.

The game came down to the final seconds as MSAD held off a WSD two-point
conversion try with zeroes on the clock to preserve the win.

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Pennsylvania volleyball

Yesterday, 10/11/18, travel to Delaware School for the Deaf. The PSD Lady
Panthers Volleyball Team had a lot of unforeseen obstacles when it came to
their most recent game against Delaware School for the Deaf, but they
stuck together, committed to being a team, played as hard as they could,
and because of it they won one of the best games of the season!

The Lady Panthers lost the first game 24-26, but they didn’t let it get
them down one bit. They fought tirelessly to win the second game 25-20.
The third game was incredibly close, but went to DSD with a score of
22-25. Game four was amazing: the Lady Panthers beat DSD 25-4. The final
game was to 15 points and our team fought til the very end to win 15-13!
We won 3-2 (24-26, 25-20, 22-25, 25-4, 15-13)

Co-captain Gia DiGiacomo scored 23 aces and 20 kills, breaking her
previous record for both stats. Amber Opperman scored 13 aces, shattering
her previous record. Brand new player, Brianna Polowczuk did a fantastic
job in her first full volleyball game. The whole team brought their A game
and really represented for PSD. GO LADY PANTHERS!

Record 3-2

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Rochester soccer

Yesterday, we travelled over two hours to Elmira for a game that really
had no purpose, but due to the circumstances, it was a game that must be
played. Again, on Monday we will play this game for the first round of
playoffs. Since they clinched the 1st seed and we were the 4th seed, the
game had no bearing on what the playoffs would look like. We did the
right
thing, we made the trek and we played Wildcat Soccer.

In our first encounter we won a 1-0 thrilling game near the beginning of
the season. This game played out almost exactly the same. Both teams had
stellar goalies making incredible saves. Another low scoring game with
both
teams playing a defensive minded game.

By the end of the first half, we were still at a standstill with 0
apiece.
A gorgeous day for soccer, a tad on the hot side, but as a coach, I’m by
no
means complaining. We tend to make this drive out and the field is
soaking
wet with rain pouring on us, so this was a great change of pace.

In the second half, they were able score on a great transition from
defense to offense. A great play on their part. We tip our hats to them.
They went on to win 1-0, but in all honesty, I almost prefer it this way.
It’s pretty gosh darn hard to defeat a team 3 times in a row when you’re
this evenly matched. With our record against them 1-1 with each team
scoring a goal, I’m quite confident we’ll be ready for them come Monday.

Be prepared for a different story come Monday evening! More importantly,
HOMECOMING THIS WEEKEND!!!! Our first Deaf vs. Deaf competition of the
season. It’s been a long time coming. This is what the season is all
about.
This is why we train so hard and compete against the best throughout the
season. Hope to see a huge gathering at our home games this Friday and
Saturday!

Final Score:

Intensity: 1
RSD : 0

Overal record: 4-8
League Record: 2- 8
Playoff game: Monday @ Elmira [RSD vs. Intensity]

The Wildcats traveled to Gates to take on the Blackhawks for another
friendly exhibition match. The game played out very similar to our
previous
encounter. RSD did indeed come out on top with some noteworthy
highlights
for our loyal fans.

The first exciting play came when we had our first ever assist and goal
by
two females on the team. Bryn gave Courtney a beautiful through ball
that
Gentzke put away with ease. We might have to check the archives to see
if
this was the first ever in RSD History. It very well could have been.

Other noteworthy accomplishments include Isaac Perez getting his first
goal of the season. Booted a beaut with his left to the far corner,
leaving
no chance for their goaltender. Last, but not least, also earning his
first
goal of the season, Paul Prokopenko.

Final Score:

RSD: 5
Hope Hall: 1

Goals:
Gentzke
Perez
Prokopenko
Walshvelo
Brown

Assists:
Tantalo (2)
Huggins
Coates

Overall Record: 3-8

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St Mary’s soccer

In less than a weeks’ time, the Bison’s played against the Falcons
from the Stanley G. Falk school in the second of a home and away series.
In our previous match-up, we let a victory slip out of our fingers when
the Falcons scored in the final minute to knot the game at 1-1 with no
overtime.  Despite the fact the our squad was once again without 4
starters, we were determined to earn our first win of the season.  We came
out strong in the 1st half and took a commanding 2 goal lead of the feet
of Givon Blackwell and Nick Barrus.  Rookie goalkeeper Michael Norris kept
Falk off the scoreboard all the way through the 15 min mark of the 2nd
half  until the Falcons were awarded a penalty kick off of accidental hand
ball in the box.  Michael was able to stop the initial penalty kick but
couldn’t control the rebound and the Falcons cashed in.  With time
running down, and Falk playing more desperate, the Bison’s found
themselves in the same position we were in the week before against
the same team.  We weren’t going to let this win get away.  Nick
Barrus was able to breakdown our opponents defense just enough to let a
shot off that Falk’s keeper couldn’t stop.  That gave our team a 3-1
cushion and our first victory of the season.  Wish the boys congrats and
good luck as we travel to Rochester this weekend to compete in the
Wildcats annual Homecoming tournament.

Overall Record: 1-2-2

Individual Stats:

Givon Blackwell- 1 goal (1st of the season)
Nick Barrus- 2 goals (9th & 10th of the season)

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random deafsports thoughts

if you are seeing less and less newspaper stories about
the deaf in sports, there is one big reason – many
small town newspapers do not like non-subscribers
to read their stories. They want people to register
as subscribers first – and one one registers to
subscribe, the email address is “sold” to other
vendors – and this results in unwanted spam of
150-175 daily emails.  This is the reason DeafDigest
Sports editor would not sign up to subscribe.

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