DeafDigest Sports – October 28, 2018

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Hot DeafSports News at:

— yesterday’s football scores

— Gallaudet updates

— random deafsports thoughts

— volleyball and football updates

— ESDAA volleyball champions

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 10/28/18)

2018 football scores (as of 10/28/18)


football scores

during the week
Fremont 52 Harbor 13
Cripple Creek-Victor 46 Colorado 25
Maryland 44 Chincoteague 0
Texas 41 San Marcos 12
Beach Breakers 36 Model 12
Desert 57 Riverside 18

Saturday scores
Alabama 42 Florida 6
Kansas 36 Arkansas 16
Louisiana 56 Georgia 6
Minnesota 50 Iowa 8

Life Christian 36 Oklahoma 28


ESDAA volleyball champions

Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf


Gallaudet sports

women’s soccer
Seniors go out on top with 9-0 homecoming win to cap season

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University women’s soccer team closed out its
2018 season with a 9-0 shutout against Trinity Washington University under
the lights at Hotchkiss Field on homecoming weekend Saturday night.

Gallaudet’s seniors shined on Senior Day as the duo of forward Brittany
Mallach (Milton, Ontario) and midfielder Sabina Shysh (Tucson, Ariz.)
combined to scored seven of the nine goals. The pair also assisted on two
goals each. Mallach, the all-time leading scorer in Gallaudet history,
left her mark as she scored five goals and two assists in her final game.

Gallaudet dances past Alfred State to victory on homecoming

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University football team and 3,185 alumni,
students, faculty, staff and supporters danced the afternoon away on a
cold, wet and breezy Saturday as they celebrated a 13-9 Bison victory at
Hotchkiss Field over Alfred State College in an Eastern Collegiate
Football Conference (ECFC) game on homecoming weekend.

Gallaudet (3-3, 3-1 ECFC) took the lead for good from Alfred State (0-8,
0-4 ECFC) late in the third quarter, when junior slot Damonte Bray
(Clinton, Md.) scored on a 14-yard run into the end zone. Bray’s score
capped off a five-play, 75-yard drive that took just over two minutes.

The Bison defense stepped up in the fourth quarter and kept the Pioneers
out of the end zone. Alfred State’s first possession in the fourth quarter
was a quick three-and-out followed by a six-play drive that covered nine
yards. Senior linebacker Demontrai Lewis (Trinity, Texas) sacked Pioneer
quarterback Carter Harman for a loss of four yards on that drive.

women’s cross country
Bison finish 10th at 2018 NEAC women’s cross country championship

LANCASTER, Pa. – The Gallaudet University women’s cross country team
finished 10th overall with 214 team points on a cold, wet Saturday at the
2018 North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) cross country championships
hosted by Lancaster Bible College (LBC).

This marked the final event for the 2018 season for the Bison. Gallaudet
had three seniors; Greyses Encarnacion (Tampa, Fla.), Faye Frez-Albrecht
(West Hartford, Conn.), and Maydee Vande Hey (Delavan, Wis.).

men’s cross country
Bison place 10th at 2018 NEAC men’s cross country championship

LANCASTER, Pa. – The Gallaudet University men’s cross country team
finished 10th overall with 297 team points on a cold, wet Saturday at the
2018 North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) cross country championships
hosted by Lancaster Bible College (LBC).

This marked the final event of the 2018 season for the Bison. Gallaudet
had three seniors; Alex Close (Tallahassee, Fla.), Montray Roberts
(Dallas, Texas) and Toraneau Varice (Deerfield Beach, Fla.


Arkansas football & volleyball

Football game

ASD 16
KSD 36


ASD 20  25  24  23
KSD 25  19   26  25

This concludes the VB season

Record:  3 – 17


Georgia football

Georgia football, we player a very good Louisiana team Saturday. Due to
several costly turnovers and miscues, they jumped on us early and never
looked back. Hats off to the players and coaches of both teams, it was a
“hit’em hard then help’um up ” kind of game. GSD’s next game is Saturday
November 3rd at Wilson, NC. Against The Carolina’s.  This is our final
game of the season. Record 2-4-0


Iowa football

Lost to the Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf today, 50-8.  It started
out pretty good, we only trailed 8-0 after the first quarter.  The second
quarter, too many mistakes led Minnesota to run off 22 points to take the
30-0 lead at the half.  We were able to score in the 3rd, but more
enabled Minnesota to pull away and get the clock running (35 point rule).
We had 4 turnovers, 3 by fumble and an interception.  One fumble led to a
Minnesota touchdown. We also turned it over on downs a couple of times.

Jayden Kohl led us on offense with 15 rushed for 76 yards and the
touchdown.  He also added the 2 point PAT.  Damien Holste added 53 yards
9 carries.  Our passing game was nonexistent, going 0 for 9 with the

Defensively, Holste led us with 6 unassisted tackles, 8 total, and 2 pass
knockdowns.  Gregory Musinde-Kazeba added 5 unassisted tackles, 7 total,
and a pass knockdown.  Angel Torres added 4 unassisted tackles, including
QB sack, 8 total, and forced a fumble.

We finish 1-6.  Three players played their last game for ISD today: Ben
Brakke, Angel Torres, and JP Josselyn.  They were honored in a postgame


Kansas volleyball

KSD Volleyball Games this Week

On Tuesday, we played in our G-PAC Tournament.

KSD vs. Independent Home School – Loss 0-2

KSD vs. Frontier Trail – Loss 1-2

Saturday (today) we played against Arkansas School for the Deaf to wrap up
our season and won 3-1

KSD vs. ASD – 25-20, 19-25, 26-24, 25-23.

Player Stats:

-Dominique: 1 ace, 2 kills, 2 assists
-Jamaika: 3 aces, 5 kills, 2 assists
-Kaylee: 6 aces, 3 kills
-Ravin: 6 aces, 2 kills
-Taylor: 4 kills
-Tiadra: 6 aces, 5 kills, 3 assists

Team Record: 20-5


St Mary’s volleyball

The lady Bisons traveled to Fanwood this weekend for the annual ESDAA
volleyball tournament. Friday they participated in round robin play that
set them up for bracket play on Saturday. The girls finished 5th overall
in the tournament and Cameron Cole was named to this years allstar team.
Congratulations to all our players on a great tournament and season.

Game break downs are as follows:

SMSD v. Fanwood
The lady bisons came out strong in the competitive match. Elsie Watson
lead the team with 4 service points in this one set match. Emma Foster had
3 digs and Cami Cole had another two which helped the girls win 25-23
against Fanwood.

SMSD v. Marie Phillips
The lady Bisons took on the number 1 seeded team in their second match.
The girls struggled to stay in their groove against MP and ended with a
14-25 set score.

in their third set, the girls took on a very young Delaware team.  Due to
their inexperience, the lady Bisons had an easy time taking on DSD and
showed great sportsmanship by ?missing? a few key plays and serves to give
them more of a fighting chance. Julia Bronnenberg had an impressive 8
service points in a row before her first ever attempt at over hand
serving. The lady Bisons won 25-16 for their second win of the round

SMSD v. Lexington
For their final match up of the day the lady Bisons took on Lexington
school for the deaf in a very close battle. After some long volleys and
some great teamwork the girls fell in an impressive 19-25 game. Cameron
Cole had 2 attacks and one kill while Julia Bronnenberg added in 2 attacks
and 2 kills of her own. Emma Foster had 3 great digs but it just wasn?t
enough to get past Lexington.

Saturday morning, the lady Bisons took on their rivals, the lady wildcats
from RSD in a best of three matchup. The girls new this would be a battle
as they?ve already faced the wildcats twice this year. The first game the
lady Bisons came out ready to play. And held RSD to a 19-25 set.  Julia
Bronnenberg was a sniper at the service line and managed 3 service points
and 2 aces. Cameron Cole racked up 3 attacks and another 2 kills at the
net. Emma Foster Elise Watson and Kearah Kelly all contributed to some
amazing volleys with over passes and saves that kept the girls alive.

Thank you,
Coach Chuba & Coach Daley

Set scores:

Season record:


Western Pennsylvania volleyball

WPSD took first place winning all sets…

We went 5-0 in pool play, beating these five schools in order…
West Virginia and
Marie katzenbach

In bracketed play, we beat Lexington in the semi finals and then won over
Rochester in the title game

Jenna D Amore, Cheyenne Sloan, and Destiny Tanner were named to the all
tournament team

Cheyenne took the MVP honor (her second year in a row).

Out volleyball team ended our season with a record of 18-7


random deafsports thoughts

Gallaudet homecoming day football games means a lot
to players, alumni, administration, parents, friends
and the administration.

Yesterday’s win over Alfred State was made possible
by a last ditch defensive stand that prevented them
from scoring the winning touchdown in the dying

DeafDigest Sports never forgot the 25-14 homecoming
day win over DC Teachers College in 1970.

Gallaudet was leading 19-14, when DC Teachers
College was marching down the field in the dying
seconds. At that time DC Teachers College was a
bitter cross-town rival of Gallaudet and both
teams loved to beat each other in football.

Anyway, the DC Teachers College attempted a pass;
middle linebacker Tom Bastean, smelling a pass,
dropped back and intercepted it – and ran about
75 yards for the touchdown that put the game
out of reach. It was Gallaudet’s second win of
the season. Next week, Galladuet defeated American
University in the last game of season to make it
a 3-win season. It was Gallaudet’s most wins in a
season since the great 6-1-1 record in 1930!

DC Teachers College? It was absorbed into the
University of District of Columbia system.