2019/09/29

DeafDigest Sports – September 29, 2019

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— Gallaudet updates

— missed field goal helps a deaf football win

— bowling team

— football updates

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2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 9/29/19

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

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2019 football scores
as of 9/29/19

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

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football scores Thursday night
Florida 24 Harvest Community 22

United Christian Academy 34 Riverside 32
Mary K Knight 46 Washington 12

Oklahoma 60 Kansas 40

Friday’s scores
Texas 44 Maryland 6

Fremont 55 George Washington 0
Phoenix 58 Cibeque 16

Walsh 54 Colorado 6

Saturday’s scores
Illinois 50 Wisconsin 26
Indiana 34 Alabama 24
Louisiana 38 South Carolina 6
Mississippi 60 Tennessee 34
New Mexico 52 Arkansas 0

Model 47 FCA Bucks 34

Minnesota at Missouri
game not played; Minnesota lacked sufficient players

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football schedules for next week will
be posted tomorrow

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Gallaudet football
Bison lose close game to Greensboro, 27-25

WASHINGTON – Junior quarterback Timel Benton (Columbia, S.C.) threw for a
career best three touchdowns but it wasn’t enough to lift Gallaudet
University past Greensboro College on a hot and steamy Saturday at
Hotchkiss Field before 422 fans. GU missed three point after attempts and
that was the difference in the game where the Pride eked out a 27-25 win.

Gallaudet (0-3) outscored Greensboro (1-2) in the second half, 19-13,
after the Bison trailed 14-6 at the half.

The Bison scored touchdowns on three of their first four possessions in
the second half.

women’s soccer
Bison and Lions play to 1-1 tie in double overtime

MIDDLETOWN, Pa. – The Gallaudet University women’s soccer team scored in
the opening 33 seconds here Saturday to surprise Penn State Harrisburg and
take an early 1-0 lead. A lead that lasted until the 78th minute when the
Lions knotted the game up and forced overtime. The two teams battled
through two overtime periods before the game ended in a 1-1 tie at Nittany
Soccer Field.

Gallaudet (2-5-1, 0-3-1 NEAC) got on the scoreboard when sophomore Hannah
Neild (Litchfield, N.H.) sent in a cross to freshman Courtney Gentzke
(Honeoye, N.Y.) who knocked in the ball into the goal. That is Gentzke’s
fourth goal of the season.

men’s soccer
Bison left seeing red against Penn State Harrisburg

MIDDLETOWN, Pa. – In a physical and foul-laden North Eastern Athletic
Conference (NEAC) men’s soccer match, Penn State Harrisburg shut out
Gallaudet, 3-0, here Saturday at Nittany Soccer Field.

volleyball
Lewis named to Worthington Classic all-tournament team, GU swept in two
matches

Gallaudet University was swept in its two matches it played on Saturday.
The Bison (4-16) lost 3-0 to Marymount (Va.) University; 7-25, 21-25,
13-25, to complete pool play with a 1-2 record.

Karita Lewis was named to the all-tournament team as Gallaudet’s
representative.

men’s cross country
Bison men’s team finish 20th at Hornet Harrier

WINCHESTER, Va. – The Gallaudet University men’s cross country team ran
against a tough and deep field of teams from the region here Saturday on a
warm morning at the Kernstown Battlefield at the Hornet Harrier hosted by
Shenandoah University.

The Bison finished 20th out of 20 teams with 599 team points.

Sophomore Jared Spinale (Camby, Ind.) was the first Bison to cross
the finish line as he crossed in 146th place with a time of 23:58.7

women’s cross country
GU women’s team places 17th at Hornet Harrier

The Bison finished 17th out 17 schools with 480 team points.

GU was led by sophomore Sierra Pratt (Katy, Texas) who placed 117th with a
time of 26:41.4.

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Florida football

newspaper story

FSDB football improves to 3-0

FSDB 24, Harvest Community 22

The Dragons (3-0) remained undefeated after a missed field goal late in
the fourth quarter helped them top visiting Harvest Community School on
Thursday night at Usina Field.

Harvest (2-2) recovered a first-quarter fumble from the Dragons and
returned it for a touchdown.

FSDB responded to trailing for the first time this season with 18
unanswered points.

Luis Merced ran four a 4-yard touchdown and followed with a 25-yard romp
later in the first quarter. Walter Douglas (17 carries, 187 yards) ran for
a 48-yard touchdown to gif the Dragons an 18-7 lead in the second quarter.

Merced carried 12 times for 99 yards and quarterback Matthew Guilliou ran
10 times for 27 yards and a touchdown. Guilliou found his brother Marcus
for a 16-yard completion, FSDB’s only completed pass of the night.

Matthew Guilliou led the Dragons defense with 12 tackles, Marcus recorded
nine tackles, with a sack and two tackles for loss. Merced recovered a
fumble, as did Douglas.

FSDB will host Kissimmee City of Life Christian (3-0) on Thursday night.
Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m.

note:
this win is huge; Florida was winless past two seasons in 11 man
football before switching to 8 man this season

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Fremont football

part of newspaper story

California School for the Deaf (3-2) has been a strong program throughout
the decade, lately led by running back Calel Aramboles. The 5-foot-11,
233-pound senior gashed the Washington defense on Friday, reaching the end
zone on five of his nine carries and racking up 189 yards.

CSD quarterback Miles Gonzalez connected on 10 of his 17 passes for 116
yards and a touchdown, getting sacked just once, and Leonardo Vergara had
three catches for 66 yards, all in the second half. Vergara also closed
the game with a 45-yard pick six, with CSD letting the running clock
expire instead of kicking an extra point as a sign of sportsmanship.

The CSD defense kept Washington (0-3) off the board thanks largely to
Robert Gregor, who had a sack on fourth down and a recovery of a fumble
that Levi Biser forced. Jaylen Johnson returned a punt 70 yards for a
score to make it 22-0 early in the second quarter as the visitors
dominated nearly every facet of the game.

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Hawaii bowling

part of newspaper story

Boys
Team standings

1. Moanalua, 2. Kalani, 3. Castle, 4. McKinley, 5. Roosevelt, 6. Kalaheo,
7. Kailua, 8. Farrington, 9. Hawaii School for the Deaf & Blind, 10.
Kaiser, 11. Kaimuki.

Girls
Team standings
1. Moanalua, 2. Kalani, 3. Roosevelt, 4. Kailua, 5. Castle, 6. Kaiser, 7.
Kalaheo, 8. McKinley, 9. Farrington, 10. Hawaii School for the Deaf &
Blind, 11. Kaimuki.

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Illinois football

Halftime wsd 19 isd 12

Final ISD 50 WSD 26

Sad not to compete w their best
player due to concussion after the 1st quarter Good sportsmanship but at
the end disappointed w one of my player but understodd sportsmanship is
important Good game.  Many turnovers I think 3 on us 3
On them

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Louisiana football

LSD travelled to South Carolina for
their homecoming and the quarters were 10 minutes each. We had great
success in the air as D’Ericion Hayes had 3 pass TDs, 2 of them to Wyatt
Bowman and 1 to his brother, D’arius Hayes. D’ericion also added a rushing
TD, making it 4 TDs in total for him. Demarico Young had one rushing TD as
well. It was 28-6 at halftime. Final score 38-6

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Missouri volleyball

Missouri School for the
Deaf volleyball played with Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf at our
gym on 9/28.  We didn’t win but the girls continue improve their skills.
The scores were 2-25, 11-25, 0-25. Kayla Nichols, JR., Myia Dandle, FR.,
and Nina Beamish FR., all made one points. WE will play against Bruceton
on Tuesday Oct 1 at 6pm.

Record 0-6 Good game.

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random deafsports talk

when deaf football games get cancelled or forfeited for some
reason, such announcements are not often posted on the media.

Deaf fans, out of loop, may drive at long distances only to arrive at the
game site and find out no game is taking place!

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