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DeafDigest Sports – October 14, 2018

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– Saturday football scores

– missing weekday football score

– random deafsports thoughts

– football, volleyball and soccer updates

– Mason-Dixon volleyball championship

– nice comment from Fremont fan during Phoenix game

– Gallaudet updates in all sports

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 10/14/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

2018 football scores (as of 10/14/18)
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 scores
Texas 54 St Gerard Catholic 20

Deer Trail 69 Colorado 46
Green Street Academy 42 Maryland 16

Saturday’s football scores
Alabama 36 Louisiana 22
Fremont 56 Phoenix 12
Indiana 42 Model 0
Mississippi 50 Oklahoma 8
Missouri 72 Iowa 0
New Mexico 62 Washington 12

missing weekday football score
Riverside 52 Riverside County Education Academy 6

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Mason Dixon Schools for the Deaf volleyball tournament

1st – Tennessee
2nd – Mississippi
3rd – Florida
4th – Alabama
5th – Louisiana

MVP – MarCreshia Phillips, Tennessee

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Gallaudet sports

Football

Quick-strike plays key to Gallaudet’s 35-25 win in home opener

WASHINGTON – Gallaudet University wasted little time on offense Saturday
against Castleton University in an Eastern Collegiate Football Conference
(ECFC) game on a cool, crisp Saturday afternoon at Hotchkiss Field before
637 sun-drenched fans.

Gallaudet (2-2, 2-0 ECFC) turned its methodical triple option offense into
a quick-strike, gut-punch force that scored four times on 60-yard plus
plays en route to a 35-25 victory in the home opener.

note:
Castleton was ranked #3 and Gallaudet ranked #5 in the pre-season
conference poll. Four conference games remain and anything can happen.

women’s soccer

Bison strike twice in second half to defeat SUNY Cobleskill

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University women’s soccer team picked up a key
North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) win here Saturday as the Bison
shut out SUNY Cobleskill, 2-0, on a sunny but cool afternoon at Hoy Field.

Gallaudet (6-6, 4-4 NEAC) netted two second-half goals after the two teams
were held scoreless in the first half.

volleyball

GU picks up two wins on Saturday against Hood and Penn College

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet women’s volleyball team brought home two wins
here Saturday in the Field House, as they defeated Hood College and Penn
College. The Bison had their hands full with the Blazers but prevailed in
five sets, 3-2, and swept Penn College in a North Eastern Athletic
Conference (NEAC) matc

men’s soccer

Bison tripped up by SUNY Cobleskill, 2-0

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University men’s soccer team fell 2-0 to SUNY
Cobleskill in a North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) game here on a
sunny, cool Saturday afternoon at Hoy Field.

men’s swimming

GU men’s swimming begins new season on the road at Frostburg

FROSTBURG, Md. – The Gallaudet University men’s swimming team began the
2018-19 season on road Saturday at Frostburg State University and lost the
non-conference meet, 143-90.

Sophomore Ben Sealts (Ottawa, Ohio) led the Bison with three individual
wins as he took first in 100-meter butterfly (1:03.60), 100-meter
backstroke (1:02.32) and 800-meter freestyle (9:20.34).

women’s swimming
GU women’s swimming season begins at Frostburg

FROSTBURG, Md. – The Gallaudet University women’s swimming team began the
2018-19 season on road Saturday at Frostburg State University and lost the
non-conference meet, 170-62.

women’s cross country

Bison women run at Hood College Open

FREDERICK, Md. – The Gallaudet University women’s cross country team ran
at the Hood College Open on a sunny and cool Saturday at Utica Park. The
Bison didn’t place as four runners finished with a time. Teams need five
runners to complete the course to get a team score.

men’s cross country

Gallaudet men place 12th at Hood College Open

FREDERICK, Md. – The Gallaudet University men’s cross country team
finished 12th out of 13 teams at the Hood College Open on a windy and
chilly Saturday morning at Utica Park.

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Illinois volleyball

Recent Illinois Volleyball results

10/9/11  vs. Kansas School for the Deaf

10 – 25, 25 – 27lost

10/11/18 Vs. Carrollton

8 – 25, 3 – 25lost

10/13/18 vs. Michigan School for the Deaf

10 – 25, 25 – 27, 18 – 25lost

ISD is now 0 – 17

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Indiana volleyball

sectionals – 2nd round

International 3, Indiana School for the Deaf 0

season has ended

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Iowa football

Lost to the Missouri School for the Deaf today, 72-0. We lost 4 fumbles
and
threw 3 interceptions.  We also turned it over on downs a few times.  We
were just simply overwhelmed trying to adjust to 6-Man rules and trying to
fend off Missouri’s speed and physicality.  The bright spot today was
Henry
Zlando leading our defense with 4 solo tackles including a QB sack, and 9
total tackles, and forced 2 fumbles.

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Marie Philip volleyball

Marie Philip School Volleyball match report.

Date: Saturday October 13, 2018

Location: American School for the Deaf, West Hartford, CT

Result: MPS 3, ASD 2 (16-25, 25-16, 16-25, 25-8, 15-9)

Today the American School for the Deaf hosted the Marie Philip School
Volleyball team for ASD’s Homecoming.  The MPS coaches experimented with
the lineups for this match and it was hit and miss for us today.  We lost
the first and third sets, and won the second sets, and funnily enough, all
had the score of 25-16.  It was nice to see a great home crowd cheering
the Tigers on to a 2-1 match lead.

We used the 4th set to practice coming back from that deficit in a
pressure environment with our usual lineup.  Lady Ghosts made the most of
it by winning 25-8.

The deciding 5th set was a bit dramatic at the beginning.  We lost the
first serve and ASD’s #11 Emily showed disciplined serving that gave her a
few aces and ASD 6 unanswered points.  We called time-out to straighten
things out.  Right after that, we were able to break that serve.  Sabrina
and Shayla put on their best serving performances of the day and we were
able to take control of the match again.  We won 15-9 to take the match
3-2.

Kudos to ASD for playing hard and for being great hosts to our volleyball
and soccer teams today.  We look forward to seeing their Tigers again for
the ESDAA tournament in two weeks from now.  Our season record is now 10-5
(4-4 IGC league).

TODAY’S STATS
Lily Fruguglietti (Jr. ) – 2 Aces, 1 Kill, 1 Assist, 1 Dig, 4 Receptions,
and 6 service points
Sabrina Rodrigues (Jr.) – 11 Aces, 1 Kill, 2 Digs, 2 Receptions, and 11
service points
Shayla Rochette (So.) – 7 Aces, 3 Kills, 1 Assist, 3 Receptions, and 8
service points
Zora Elliott-Mendelsohn (Fr.) – 6 Aces, 5 Kills, 7 Assists, and 6 service
points
Carleigh Babbit (8th) – 5 Aces, 4 Receptions, and 6 service points
Rita Child (7th) – 1 Ace, 3 Assists, and 3 service points
Faith Kirlis (6th) – 1 Dig, 3 Receptions, and 4 service points
Chloe Martin (7th) – 1 Ace, 2 Assists, and 3 service points
Amabelys Cordero (Sr.) – 5 Kills
Samantha Fernsebner (8th) – 2 Receptions and 4 service points
Anya Sukhovtsev (7th) – 2 Receptions

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Maryland cross country

newspaper story

Prep Report: MSD’s revived cross-country program growing, improving

Last fall, Maryland School for the Deaf had a cross-country team for the
first time since the early 1990s.

Well, the word “team” was a little misleading at first.

“One [runner] wanted to try,” Orioles coach Randy Shank said. “So I
set it up with one.”

But other runners soon joined. Not a slew of them, of course.

Being a small school, MSD doesn’t have too many athletes to spare in the
fall, when most of them play for the school’s perennially powerful
football and volleyball teams.

But there was enough interest to sustain the cross-country program, which
is now in its second season since being revived.

The program gives MSD students another path toward earning a varsity
letter. And like their cross-country brethren at other schools, runners
can derive the satisfaction of making progress, however slightly, in their
sport.

“They enjoy it. The kids are hungry,” Shank said. “They want to run,
they want to improve. Lowering their times, they get all excited.”

It’s been awhile since such things were said at MSD in the fall. The
Orioles cross-country team appears to have disbanded after the 1993
season, not for lack of recent success.

Heading into the 1992 season, the Orioles girls were gunning for their
fifth straight Deaf Athletes Federation of the United States title, while
the boys also had good reason for optimism. Nancy Benton coached both
teams.

“We hope to challenge for the Deaf Athletics Federation championship,”
Benton told The News-Post in 1992, referring to the boys team.

Such titles aren’t available these days. An attempt was made to set up a
national meet this year.

“But it collapsed. Not enough schools could go,” Shank said.
“We’re still small.”

MSD has seven runners this year, four boys and three girls. There are also
two middle-school runners.

Shank seemed like a logical choice to coach the team because he coaches
MSD’s track and field teams. But heading into last season, the former
middle-distance runner and longtime track coach was a cross-country
novice.

“This is a new experience for me,” he said.

And while Shank’s track teams often have athletes who play other sports
during the same season, his cross-country teams are comprised of athletes
who don’t play football or volleyball.

The first runner to come out for last year’s team was Esteban Kovacs,
and he turned out to be a good one. He ran a respectable time of 18
minutes, 30 seconds at last year’s Frank Keyser Invitational at
Boonsboro.

Kovacs graduated after last season, although his sister Estelina Kovacs is
on the team.

The Orioles usually stick to meets with other private schools that compete
on a similar level. At last Wednesday’s dual meet against Covenant Life,
MSD’s Crosse Herpin won the boys race, and Kovacs placed second in the
girls race.

The Orioles have six meets on this year’s schedule, although two have
been wiped out by rain. Next up is Tuesday’s meet at St. Anselm’s.

As always, the goal is to improve times.

“At the end of the season, it’s a nice experience,” Shank said.

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Maryland volleyball

JV

Maryland JV at Oakdale Volleyball Tournament
Frederick, MD
October 13, 2018

Maryland beat Tuscarora High School 2-1
Scores: 25-23, 25-27, 15-8

Maryland lost to Thomas Johnson High School, 1-2
Scores: 25-16, 23-25, 13-15

Maryland lost to Hedgesville High School
Scores: 17-25, 12-25, 11-15
Record: 12-7

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Michigan volleyball

Today, 10/13/18, Michigan School for the Deafяяs homecoming week came to
an end. Spirit week and the carnival was a huge success and all the
students and staff who participated had an amazing time. Volleyball game
started early this morning, but not before recognizing the seniors and
their families for all their hard work. Illinois School for the Deaf was
our opponent and we were determined to beat them. The Lady Tartars have
been working on a new strategy and they were starting to catch on and
perform like a team. As more fans showed up, we became more pumped. Our
spirit was high and it paid off! MSD swept ISD 3-0; scores were 25-10,
27-25, 25-19. Addison Blair racked up 7 kills, 3 assists, and 6 aces.
Chloe Woggermanяяs serving improved and she felt strong, attacking more
and getting 4 kills, 3 assists, and 2 aces. Crystal Katcher and Violetta
Colter both served at 100%, helping our team percentage (90%). Kaylie
Edwards was more aggressive getting her first kill today, as w
ell as being the ace leader with 9.. As a team we were receiving better
and playing smarter. Great job ladies! Our next match will be Tuesday,
10/16/18, at New Life Christian Academy at 5:00pm. GO TARTARS!

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Mississippi football

Msd 50 Okla 8

from a fan:
Time was running after halftime
Meeks is too much for Okla

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Missouri football

We played ISD today and won 72 -0.  Had a lot of good things go our way
today.  Damar Washington was the team lead in tackles and int’s with 12
and 2.  Jayden Roirdan had 11 tackles and 1 int.  They played great
defense today.  My eagles that had a good game in offense was Mikal
Meriweather with a total of 5 tds’s. He threw for one and rushed for 4.
Connor Luper had 4 td’s, one rush and 3 caught.  Hezeki Smoot played well
at QB position with 1 toss for a score and one rush for a score.  Brad and
I are super proud of our Eagles today.  They soared high this afternoon.

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Ohio Deaf

OSD Volleyball Update
10/13/18
At Rochester School for the Deaf

OSD             25-25
St. Maryяяs  13-13

Record: 4-8
With the win, we advanced in the championship game against host Rochester.

RSD 25-25-25
OSD    6-11-7

Record 4-9

Congratulations to our volleyball team and coach for finishing 2nd in
Rochester Homecoming Games.

This concludes our volleyball season.

OSD Soccer Update
10/13/18

OSD 7
St. Maryяяs 0

Record 11-3-1

That game completes the round robin format and we went 3-0 in round robin
play and earned the spot in championship game against host Rochester.

Championship Game
OSD 6
Rochester 0

Record 12-3-1

Three shut outs in last three games for our stingy defense that enabled us
to win the Rochester Homecoming championship!

Congratulations are in order for our soccer team and coaches!

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Phoenix Football

Fremont 56, Phoenix 12

A CSD fan’s comment after watching the PDSD-CSD 11-man game in Fremont:

“I am proud of the PDSD boys. They ran out of gas against a 25 man team.
They played a full game both ways. Many here recognized that they were
true ortsmen and soldiers, with no certain format being an obstacle, 6,or 8,
or 11. They came to play.”

2018 Win-Loss Records
Final season: 3-6
6-man: 1-0
8-man: 2-5
11-man: 0-1
Deaf Opponents: 2-1

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Riverside volleyball

We are in the playoffs!  We will host first round VB match on Thursday,
Oct. 18th, at 6pm vs. the winner of Noli or Bethel Christian!

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Tennessee volleyball

Tennessee won over Mississippi in championship since 1989  29 years  25 to
19  25 to 27  15 to 12

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Washington football

Football Score: 10/13/18

Terriers 12 vs. New Mexico School for the Deaf 62
Record: 2-3

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random deafdigestsports thoughts

below is a weekly article by a CART operator that is a contributor
to DeafDigest. This article talks about baseball and captions, and
you may find it interesting

How long does a baseball game last?  What if there’s a rain delay?  What
if it goes into extra innings?  You may not realize that these are all
important questions that people who schedule realtime captioners need to
think about.

Can a captioner be scheduled to cover a 1:00 p.m. baseball game and a 6:00
p.m. news broadcast?  Most baseball games last about 3 hours, so you would
think that the captioner should be able to cover both assignments.

However, what if the game sets a new record?

In 1984, the Chicago White Sox and Milwaukee Brewers played a game that
lasted 8 hours and 6 minutes.  Actually, because of Major League Baseball
rules stating that an inning cannot begin after 12:59 a.m., the players
and fans had to come back on the next day to complete the game.

Could a captioner be scheduled to caption a half-hour news broadcast at
5:00 p.m. if he or she is also scheduled to caption the post-game show for
a baseball game that begins at 4:00 p.m.?  Once again, you would think the
captioner would have plenty of time, but what if the game set a record as
the shortest game in history?

The New York Giants and Philadelphia Phillies set the record for the
quickest played game in Major League Baseball history in 1919.  They were
able to finish in only 51 minutes.

As you can see, scheduling captioners for events based on the times of
baseball games can be difficult, and you may need to have a backup plan.

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