2019/05/26

DeafDigest Sports – May 26, 2019

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— random deafsports thoughts, baseball scores mystery

— 2019 football schedules needed; so far 13 schedules turned in

— Gallaudet men’s soccer, new recruit

— Indiana baseball score

— New Mexico & Washington track

— two elite deaf athletes, women’s football & pro tennis (French Open)

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2019 football schedules, 13 turned in so far

the 12th and 13th schedules were turned in past few days

Just hoping all schedules will be turned in
before schools close for the summer.

If you have completed your football schedule, please
email it to barry@deafdigest.com

thank you

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Gallaudet men’s soccer

part of newspaper story

KSC announces scholarship winners

The Kokomo Soccer Club has announced its senior scholarship winners for
2019

The scholarship winners are all involved with the club. The winners are
Cameron Robertson (headed to Anderson University), Jenna Robertson
(Huntington University), Olivia Hale (IUPUI), Sheris Plemons (IU Kokomo),
Walker Casler (Gallaudet University)

note:
not sure what a scholarship winner means because Gallaudet is not
allowed to offer athletic scholarships. Gallaudet can offer
academic scholarships only for those that qualify in academics.

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Indiana baseball

from a tweet

Baseball Sectional 58 Semifinal:
Indiana School for the Deaf-11
Traders Point-13

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New Mexico track

part of newspaper story

While this weekend’s state small-school track meet was a moment to honor
champions and trophy-earners, let’s recognize New Mexico School for the
Deaf for its performance in the 1A meet. Thanks in large part to Deven
Thompson’s 12 points for winning the shot put and taking second in the
discus, the Roadrunners finished tied for seventh place with 20 points. It
was the highest point total and best finish for the school in two decades.

Helping out with that performance were senior Jacob Stevens, who was
runner-up in the 1A 100 and sixth in the 200, and eighth grader Kieran
Vollmar, who took fifth in the 100 hurdles.

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Washington track

part of newspaper story

1B STATE MEET

boys

At E. Washington, Cheney

Finals

Washington School for the Deaf was seventh in the 4×100 relay

Triple jump
15, Jose Ramirez (Washington School for Deaf) 36-3

girls

4×100 relay — 5, Washington School for Deaf (Ashantay Truong, Peyton
Barnes, Juliana Sanchez, Emma McKinney) 54.11

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elite deaf athlete

Danyelle Kerse

cornerback

Detroit Dark Angels women’s pro football

newspaper story said:

the key defensive contributor is Danyelle Kerse of Taylor,
a cornerback who reads lips and hand signals from her
teammates because she is deaf

The team is unbeaten and may possibly be the national
women’s pro football champions

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elite deaf athlete

Yannick Hanfmann

Germany

ranked 184th best in the world

will be facing Rafael Nadal, the
biggest match of his career

he survived 3 qualifiying rounds for
the right to face Nadal in the
French Open

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random deafsports thoughts

don’t know what it is

from a newstory posting

Grand Junction, Colo. (KJCT/KKCO) Day 1 Scores:

Walters deaf. Cowley, 16-12.
Nacarro deaf. Chipola, 10-6
Chattahoochie deaf. New Mexico, 20-12

the video showed baseball action but why
the word – deaf?

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