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DeafDigest Sports – November 2, 2018

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– random deafsports thoughts

– cross country update

– Gallaudet updates

– football games today

– a special 1969 reunion (Maryland football)

– notice – for coaches and athletic directors

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 11/02/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

2018 football scores (as of 11/02/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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Halloween Day football game
Mississippi 34 Louisiana 0

football games this week

today
Nov 2 Texas hosts Waco Reicher
Nov 2 Alabama at Gaylesville
Nov 2 Fremont at Fort Bragg (playoff)

Saturday
Nov 3 Model at Northern Virginia Christian Academy
Nov 3 Maryland hosts Capitol Christian Academy
Nov 3 Georgia at Carolinas (at Wilson)

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notice – for coaches and athletic directors

Football, soccer and volleyball All-American honors

All invited schools have been contacted by DeafDigest Sports
editor for their nominations (football, soccer and volleyball).

Other schools that have never contributed news to
DeafDigest Sports have not been invited.

There have been some non-responses from the invited schools.

The announcements, for each fall sport, will be announced in
due time.

If and when the announcements have been made, if you see
schools not on the All-American list, then non-responses
may be the reason.

Thank you for understanding.

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Gallaudet updates

women’s soccer

Mallach makes second appearance on All-NEAC women’s soccer team

GANSEVOORT, N.Y. – The North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) has
announced its 2018 Women’s Soccer All-Conference selections and Gallaudet
University senior forward Brittany Mallach (Milton, Ontario) were selected
to the second team. This is Mallach’s second year in a row on the
all-conference team, she made the third team last season.

Mallach was recently named NEAC Women’s Soccer Offensive Player of the
Week (Oct. 29) after she had a career game with five goals and two assists
against Trinity Washington University. Mallach ranks 16th in Division III
for shots on goal per game (3.25). In the conference rankings, she is
fifth in points (33), assists (seven), shots (73) and sixth in goals (13)
and eighth in game-winning goals (two) in 16 starts. She concludes her
career as the all-time leading scorer in Gallaudet women’s soccer history
and re-wrote the record book with 51 goals, 12 assists, 114 points, 211
shots, 156 shots on goal, nine game-winning goals in 67 games (62 starts).

men’s soccer

Chad Johnson named to All-NEAC Men’s Soccer Second Team

GANSEVOORT, N.Y. – The North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) has
announced its 2018 Men’s Soccer All-Conference selections and Gallaudet
University freshman forward Chad Johnson (Gardena, Calif.) was named to
the second team.

Johnson earned one NEAC Men’s Soccer Offensive Player of the Week award
(Sept. 24) and ranks in several NCAA Division III categories; 21st in
shots on goal per game (2.38), 28th in goals (14), goals per game (0.88),
30th in points per game (2.0), 31st in shots per game (4.31) and 37th in
points. Johnson ranks second in the NEAC for points (32), goals (14),
shots (69) plus fourth in penalty kicks (2-for-2), sixth in game-winning
goals (two) and ninth in assists (four). He had four multi-goal games and
recorded a hat trick against University of Valley Forge on Oct. 17 to go
with one assist for a career best seven-point game. Johnson recorded a
goal in nine of the 16 games he played in. He led Gallaudet in every major
offensive category and took a team best 33 corner kicks.

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Maryland cross country

Results from McCoy v Hatfield Series Race #3 – Harpers Ferry, WV

Boys High School (5K) race results
1st Place: Crosse Herpin 19:06.4 (personal best)
Peter Thang 24:00.0 (personal best)
Michael Williams 27:39.1

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Maryland football

we will have a breakfast buffet on Saturday morning to recognize
members of our first football team (1969).

They will also be recognized at halftime of our football game.

The following members of 1969 team will be at the buffet.

Ralph Lusby, Jr.
Gregory Heller
Larry Johnson
Ben Markel
Andrew Parker
Randy Renchard
Mike Stinebaugh
Billy Bowman
Mark Ames
Donald Boone

note: this pioneering group of players played the first football
game in school history – against the wrong team! They were
defeated 60-6 by the very strong Virginia School for the Deaf
and Blind team. The game, taking place at McCurdy Field in
Frederick, MD was witnessed by a packed crowd.

Virginia (unbeaten) shared the National Team of the
Year honor with another unbeaten team Illinois SD.

In that group, the best player was Larry Johnson. Mike
Stinebaugh, the quarterback, had a rifle arm. This
inexperienced team was able to win one game that season.

The MSD football program was started by superintendent
David Denton, himself an avid football fan and was
an assistant coach with the 1960 North Carolina School
for the Deaf team that finished runnerups in the state
championship finals.

DeafDigest Sports editor, as a young man, was one of
the fans at that game with Virginia.

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random deafsports thoughts

In the 1969 season, Maryland SD was the “new football
kid” on the block. Other schools which fielded teams
that season were American SD, New York SD (Fanwood),
Pennsylvania SD, West Virginia SD, Nebraska SD (closed),
Arizona Schools for the Deaf and Blind, New York State
SD (Rome), St Rita School for the Deaf, Virginia SD and
Kentucky SD

All of these above mentioned schools no longer field
football teams.

Times have changed!

 

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