2019/09/13

DeafDigest Sports – September 13, 2019

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— random deafsports thoughts

— football and volleyball scores

— upcoming football games, schedule changes

— Southern Spike Out at Alabama

— Florida finally plays and wins its’ first 8-man game

— Deaf Hoosiers, not Deaf Orioles?

— first soccer win in school history

— basketball score 93-78

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2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 9/13/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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2019 football scores
as of 9/13/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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Thursday’s football scores
Louisiana 20 Mississippi 12
Oklahoma 93 Missouri 78
Tennessee 56 South Carolina 29

Florida 38 International Community 14
Riverside 50 Public Safety Academy 22

Sep 12 Colorado at Mazanola (game forfeited to Mazanola)

today’s games
Sep 13 Phoenix hosts Mohave Accelerated
Sep 13 Maryland at Central Maryland Christian
Sep 13 Alabama hosts Shoal Christian
Sep 13 Illinois at FCW
Sep 13 Texas at St Dominic Savio Catholic
Sep 13 Fremont hosts Rancho San Juan

Saturday’s games
Sep 14 Model at FCA Bucks
Sep 14 Indiana hosts North Central HS
Sep 14 Iowa at New Mexico (cancelled)
Sep 14 Kansas at Minnesota
Sep 14 New Mexico hosts Tse’ Yi’ Gai (replaces Iowa game)

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Southern Spike Out hosted by Alabama this weekend

opening round
Arkansas vs Kentucky
Tennessee vs Atlanta Area
Alabama vs South Carolina

Mississippi is bye and faces winner of Arkansas-Kentucky

all losers go to losers’ bracket

winner of loser’s bracket finals go to championship round semi finals

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Alabama Volleyball

Thursday, September 10
Ragland 3  Alabama 0  (25-21, 25-7, 25-18)

Thursday, September 12
Munford 3  Alabama 0  (25-20, 25-18, 25-11)

Season record: 5 – 7

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Arkansas volleyball

Garrett Memorial at ASD

September 12th

JV
GM   23  25  15
ASD 25  20  13

ASD JV record 2 – 1

Varsity
GM  25  25  25
ASD 16  16   13

ASD record 3 – 1

Next game: Southern Spikeout vs Kentucky on Saturday at Alabama School for
the Deaf

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Florida football

Hello Dragon Fans!!  After seeing our first two games get cancelled due to
Hurricane Dorian, we were very eager to take the field tonight in front of our
home fans.  We hosted International Community School (Winter Park) in our first
ever 8-man football game.  We were victorious, 38-14.

After a rough start offensively with a lost fumble on our first possession, the
offense turned it on in the late 1st quarter and 2nd quarter to score 3
touchdowns on Matthew Guilliou runs of 23, 29, and 32 yards.  Matthew also
capped off the 1st half scoring with an 42-yard interception return.  We were
able to convert all of our PATs to race out to a 32-0 halftime lead.

Everyone got playing time in the 2nd half and we managed to score once on a
88-yard interception return by our youngster Ajani Zahira.

Our defense totalled 5 interceptions with 2 pick-sixes on the night.  Ajani
Zahira had 2 interceptions along with one apiece from Matthew Guilliou, Marcus
Guilliou, and Justin Cabrera.

We will be travelling to Mississippi next week to play them 9/21 at 3pm CST.

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Scoring Summary and Stats

1q- FSDB, Matthew Guilliou 23 run (2-pt M.Guilliou pass to Kyle Prinzler) 8-0
2q- FSDB,  Matthew Guilliou 29 run (2-pt Walter Douglas run) 16-0
2q- FSDB, Matthew Guilliou 42 interception return (2-pt Luis Merced run) 24-0
2q- FSDB,  Matthew Guilliou 32 run (2-pt Merced run) 32-0
4q- ICS TD, 32-8
4q- FSDB, Ajani Zahira 88 interception return (2-pt failed), 38-8
4q- ICS TD, 38-14

RUSHING
Matthew Guilliou 4-89 3 td, Prinzler 2-60, Merced 5-23, 2 pat, Zahira 2-21,
Douglas 4-7 1 pat, Dulcio 3–2, Polk 2–5

PASSING
Matthew Guilliou 0/0 1 pat

RECEIVING
Prinzler 1 pat

DEFENSE
Dulcio 4t 1pd, Zahira 4t 1int 1td, Marcus Guilliou 3t 1int 1pd, Cabrera 3t 1int,
Douglas 3t, Polk 2t, Merced 2t 1pd, Solis 2t, Matthew Guilliou 1t 1int 1td, Hunt
1t.

t- tackles, s- sacks, int- interceptions, pd- pass defensed, ff- forced fumble,
fr- fumble recovery, td- touchdown

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Indiana football

part of continuing newspaper story

When North Central visits Indiana Deaf on Saturday afternoon in
Indianapolis, it will be the first meeting between the two schools on the
gridiron.

The Deaf Hoosiers, yes that is their new nickname not the Orioles as They
do have a history with Sullivan County in football. Indiana Deaf School
has played the Bulldogs in Dugger dating back to the 1960s. The series has
been on and off, but it has been a good matchup despite the driving
distance between Indy and Farmersburg or Dugger. Kickoff in Indy is set
for 1 p.m. Saturday.

When I think about Deaf School, a couple of things come to mind.
Former then Union (Dugger) teacher Tom Hiatt played on the first Bulldog
team to lose to Indiana Deaf.

A running back, name escapes me, from Deaf School ran over 300 yards in a
win at Dugger Union and there was a basketball player at Indiana Deaf that
averaged over 30 points per game. Man could he shoot the ball.

part of another newspaper

• North Central (0-3) at Indiana Deaf School (0-0), 1 p.m. Saturday — The
rebuilding Thunderbirds added this game recently against the Deaf
Hoosiers, who for some reason are playing for the first time this fall.

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Indiana volleyball

from a tweet

Crispus Attucks HS falls to Indiana School For The Deaf 3 – 0

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Louisiana football

We won tonight against Mississippi 20-12. It was nice to get our first
game out of our way, as we had 5 NEW starters on both sides of the field.
We had two rushing touchdowns from our Mighty Mouse, Demarico Young and a
punt return for a TD from D’ericion Hayes. It was an excellent defensive
effort from the entire team, as our new starters made great plays!

from a fan:
Louisiana 20
Mississippi 12.

Mississippi is nowhere near the team they have been for the past 2 years.
Louisiana only has 14 players and are not very big, but they play hard.

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Lousiana volleyball

Lady War Eagles started out with a win for the first volleyball game of
the season. We played against Lutheran on 09/4. 1st Set: 26-24 – LSD
2nd Set: 11-25 – Lutheran
3rd Set: 25-18 – LSD
4th Set: 25-22 – LSD

We played our second game. We lost, but it was close! We played against
Central Private on 09/10.
1st Set: 8-25 – Central Private
2nd Set: 25-22 – LSD
3rd Set: 15-25 – Central Private
4th Set: 20-25 – Central Private.

Our next game is against Slaughter Community Charter on Tuesday, 9/17 and
we play Lutheran again on Wednesday, 09/18. Then that following Saturday,
09/21, we will
be playing against Oklahoma School for the Deaf for LSD’s homecoming. What
a busy week!

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland beat Open Bible Christian Academy, 3-0
Scores: 25-10, 25-11, 25-18
Record: 5-4

Stats
Citrine Lummer
12 kills, 9 digs, 1 assist, 3 aces

Milana Bielucke
4 digs, 4 aces

Sascha Tansky
17 assists, 5 digs, 2 kills, 2 aces

Crystal Salit
5 assists, 2 digs

Thalia Guettler
1 kill

Hanna Johnston-Shaw
4 digs, 4 aces

Ariella Zfati
7 digs, 1 kill, 1 ace

Sierra Herzig-Wilcox
4 kills, 2 digs

Olivia Clinger
2 kills, 2 blocks, 3 digs

Maryland JV beat Maret, 2-0
Scores: 25-18, 29-27
Record: 3-1

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Mississippi volleyball

Double Game

MSD 4,6,8
St Andrews 25,25,25

MSD 9,3,8
St Andrews 25,25,25

Record 1-7

Next Game 9/14 @ Spike out Alabama School f/t Deaf

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Mississippi football

LSD 20   MSD 12

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North Carolina soccer

NCSD                 1

Millers Creek   8

September 12 @ Lake Lure

NCSD                        5

Lake Lure Classical 4

1st varsity soccer win in NCSD history

Team record 1-1

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Ohio soccer

Ohio School for the Deaf host their first home soccer match against KIPP.

KIPP has no answer against our offense attack. The final result is 9-0.

Final Result: OSD 9, KIPP 0
(1st Half: OSD 3, KIPP 0 )

Goals (OSD) : Lalli Jansen – 4, Guled Ali – 2, Amin Ali – 2, Devor Bauman -1

Assists (OSD) : Guled Ali – 2, Lalli Jansen – 1, Amin Ali – 1

Shots (OSD) : Lalli Jansen – 6, Amin Ali – 5, Guled Ali -3, Devor Bauman – 2

Saves (OSD) : Jason Alford – 2

Our record is 1-1. Our next home game is next week Monday on September 16
against Geona Christian.

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Oklahoma Football

At Oklahoma School for the Deaf, Sulphur, OK

Oklahoma Deaf – 93

Missouri Deaf – 78

It was a very good battle game.  Also, I’m very impressed on Missouri,
they didn’t give up on our game because they have no sub players.  I know
its high scores but
it’s typically for 6-man football.  We will play Louisiana School for the
Deaf next week with 8-man football game.

Tyler Manek:  19 carries – 374 yards, 8 TDs, 4 out of 5 for 84 yards 3 TDs

Jose Salas:  14 carries – 124 yards, 2TDs

KJ Lokeijak:  5 carries – 71 yards, 1TD, 1 out of 1 for 15 yards, 2
catches for 7yards

Pablo Gomez: 2 carries – 13 yards, 2 catches for 73 yards 2TDs

Ayden Arbertha:  2 carries – 11 yards

Dallas Lowry: 1 catches for 15 yards

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Riverside Volleyball

Went down to Wildomar and play California Lutheran in a district match,
lost 3-0 (24-26, 23-25, 10-25). Record: 1-8 (0-2). Next up: California
Lutheran at home, Tuesday the 17th.

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Riverside Football

Played Public Safety Academy in a league game, grabbed a first win of
season, 50-22!  Record: 1-2 (1-1). Next up: @ Phoenix Day School for the
Deaf, Saturday the 21st.

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Rochester soccer

On Tuesday we opened up with Cornerstone, a team we typically go
toe-to-toe with!  Our numbers are down this year and we had just 11
eligible so it was agreed upon
to play 10 v 10 so we could have 1 sub.  We played well for 2/3rds fo the
game but simply ran out of gas the last 10 minutes.  The score at the half
was RSD 2,
Cornerstone 3.  As I said we held on as long as we could and then the
floodgates opened and the final score was 6-2.
Miaklo Malone, rookie goalkeeper had a great game in goal with 27 saves.
Alex Michalek had both of our goals.

Record 0-1
RSD: 2
Cornerstone: 6

Goals: Michalek (2)

Saves: Malone (27)

On Thursday we took on the mighty Rapids, I don’t believe they have lost a
league game in 4 years.  They have a 23 man roster and all are seasoned
players.  It was
learning experience for us as they put on a clinic.  Highlight of the game
came in the  second half when Wildcat Cayne Aggas slipped one past their
keeper to avoid
the shutout.  Mikalo Malone had 27 saves!
Record 0-2
RSD: 1
Rapids: 7

Goals: C. Aggas (1)

Saves: Malone (27)

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South Carolina volleyball

Whitmire 25 25 25
SCSDB 11 13 8

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Tennessee football & volleyball

Tennessee football

Tennessee 56. South Carolina 29

1-1

Tennessee volleyball

Cosby 3 Tennessee 0

3-8

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Texas football

part of newspaper story

The 2019 Texas high school football season is two weeks old. Check out the
latest edition of the VYPE Austin private school rankings to see where
area TAPPS and SPC teams landed.

No. 1 Brentwood Christian School: 2-0 (Preseason: 3)

No. 2 Regents School of Austin: 1-1 (Preseason: 1)

No. 3 Fredericksburg Heritage School: 2-0 (Preseason: 6)

No. 4 Austin Saints: 2-0 (Preseason: 9)

No. 5 San Marcos Academy: 2-0 (Preseason: NR)

No. 6 Austin St. Dominic Savio Catholic: 2-0 (Preseason: NR)

No. 7 Texas School for the Deaf: 0-1 (Preseason: 2)

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Western Pennsylvania soccer & volleyball

YESTERDAY’S RESULTS

SOCCER: lost to Portersville Christian School, 0-7

LEAGUE RECORD: 1-0

OVERALL RECORD: 1-1

MS SOCCER: did not play

LEAGUE RECORD: 0-1

OVERALL RECORD: 0-1

JV VOLLEYBALL: lost to Portersville Christian School, 0-2 (15-25 and 10-25)

OVERALL RECORD – 0-3

V VOLLEYBALL: lost to Portersville Christian School, 0-3 (19-25, 13-25, and 20-25)

LEAGUE RECORD: 0-2

OVERALL RECORD: 0-3

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random deafsports thoughts

Deaf Soccer season is here right now, this sport
being as equal in importance as with Deaf Football.

We shall see which soccer team will surprise us
this season!

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