2019/04/03

DeafDigest Sports – April 3, 2019

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— random deafsports thoughts

— college deaf athlete, softball

— Missouri track

— Berg & Seeger meet

— Maryland & Texas baseball & softball

— girls’ flag football update

— Fremont and West Virginia

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Berg & Seeger at Fremont

Berg Seeger on Saturday!

Once again, the California School for the Deaf, Fremont (CSD) will be
hosting the 12th Berg and Seeger Classic Track and Field Competition on
Saturday April 6 at
TAK Fudenna Stadium in Fremont!

Here is why this is the largest deaf interscholastic athletic event of the
year.

Berg Seeger by the Numbers! (approx.)

Schools  19 (CSD hosted a record 21 schools last year)

States Represented  15

Athlete Participants  241 (this would be a new record)

Coaches and AD?s  69

Adult Volunteers  72

Student Volunteers  39

Track and Field Events  34

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Florida girls’ flag football

from a tweet
Orange Park 31, Florida Deaf 14

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Fremont football

part of newspaper story

The NCS division placement for the 2019 football season was announced
Saturday, one day after the sections Board of Managers approved the seven
eight-team division format over a proposal that included five eight-team
divisions, a four-team Open Division and a four-team Division I, with all
Open losers dropping back into Division I.

Division VII (16): Berean Christian, California School for the Deaf, Clear
Lake, Cloverdale, El Molino, Ferndale, Healdsburg, Hoopa Valley, John
Swett, McKinleyville, Oakland Military Institute, Salesian, St. Helena,
St. Vincent, Stellar Prep, Willits.

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Maryland sports

baseball
MSD won against Greater Grace Christian Academy, 19-9.
Batting:

Brody McAfee: 2-4, 4 RBIs, 3 Runs, Double

Raymond Fosenca: 1-4, 1 RBI, 3 Runs, Double

Eric Long: 1-4, 1 RBI, Double

Brody McAfee: Winning pitcher

8 Strikeouts

MSD record: 2-2

softball
Maryland School for the Deaf Varsity Softball?

Maryland School for the Deaf vs. Concordia Prep. Won 20-5. Record: 3-1

Crystal Salit, 3-4, 2 home runs, 1 double, 4 RBI
Ariella Zfati, 4-5, 2 doubles, 2 RBI
Hanna Johnston-Shaw, 2-5

Crystal Salit 6 IP 1 ER 6K

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Missouri track

Missouri School for the Deaf Track team travelled to Westphalia on 4/2/19
for a meet (Fatima Buersmeyer Inv.). All girls and boys earned points
tonight. Two boys
earned 18 points and tied for 9th place out of 13 teams. The girls earned
7 points and tied for 11th place. Mikal brought a medal home for his shot
put with
Personal Record. The kids continue improving their time/height/distance.
We will have another meet this week on Thursday (April 4, 2019) at our own
track and field
at 1pm.

Julia Stafford – FR

4×100 ? 1:09.94

4×200 – 2:34.04

100 m dash ? 17.26

Long Jump – 8-06.75

Addisyn Tapella – SO

4×100 ? 1:09.94

4×200 – 2:34.04

100 M dash – 16.24 – SR

Discus ? 35-04

Sara Farmer – SO

4×100 ? 1:09.94

4×200 – 2:34.04

100 m hurdles ? 27.26 – SR

Long jump ? 9-2.75

Cristin Kohl – SO

4×100 ? 1:09.94

4×200 – 2:34.04

Shot put – 18-3 – PR

Discus ? 31-9

Mikal Meriwether – JR

4th place – High Jump – 5-4

15th place – 100 M Dash – 13.08 – PR

4th place – Long Jump ? 16-09 PR

3rd place – Shot Put ? 37-7 PR

Hezeki Smoot – SO

100 M Dash – 13.05 PR

Long Jump – 15-06.50 SR

Triple Jump ? 32-09.50 PR

800 M Run – 2:50.70

PR – Personal Record

SR – Seasonal Record

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Texas baseball & softball

TSD Baseball

Live Oak Classical, 5
TSD, 17

Record: 3-10

TSD Softball

Waco Reicher, 12
TSD, 6

Record: 4-2

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West Virginia basketball

opponents in West Virginia’s 1A class

part of newspaper story

Class 1A

Parkersburg Catholic, Madonna, Wirt County, Ritchie County, Tyler
Consolidated, Summers County, Greater Beckley Christian, Midland Trail,
Doddridge County, Sherman, Man, Tolsia, Greenbrier West, Mount View, River
View, Clay-Battelle, Richwood, Montcalm, Gilmer County, Cameron, Wahama,
Tucker County, W.Va. School for the Deaf, W.Va. School for the Blind,
Webster County, Calhoun County, Meadow Bridge, Hannan, Pendleton County,
Valley, Tygarts Valley, Paden City, Pocahontas County, Van, Union
Educational Complex, Harman, Paw Paw, Hundred, Pickens

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college deaf athlete

Dara Sanders

senior

softball

Lewis University (Illinois – NCAA-II)

as a hitter, hit .211 (8 of 31) while playing 17 (starting 15)
of her team’s 30 games

as a pitcher, the team’s ace – 6-7 record with 3.57 ERA

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random deafsports thoughts

Ruth Seeger is considered the Mother of Deaf Girls track.

The biggest irony with her was that she never participated
in track at Gallaudet. Reason was that there were no women’s
track team during her days at Gallaudet.

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