2019/10/04

DeafDigest Sports – October 4, 2019

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— random deafsports thoughts

— Thursday football scores

— football games this week

— volleyball updates

— soccer updates

— hosting a playoff game

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2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 10/04/19

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

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2019 football scores
as of 9/29/19

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

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Thursday football scores
Iowa 53 Wisconsin 12
Louisiana 42 Mississippi 6
Tennessee 64 South Carolina 24

Florida 40 City of Life Christian 8
Fremont 42 Delta Charter 12

today’s games
Oct 4 Washington at Riverside
Oct 4 Phoenix hosts Salome
Oct 4 Indiana at Dugger Union

Saturday’s games
Oct 5 Maryland at Hampton Road Generals
Oct 5 Minnesota at New Mexico
Oct 5 Arkansas at Oklahoma
Oct 5 Model at Alabama
Oct 5 Illinois at Kansas

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Atlanta Area volleyball

from a tweet

From Atlanta Area School for the Deaf : Lady Panthers Volleyball advanced
to the championship game! They will play against Mill Springs

note:
there is no information on their won/lost record since DeafDigest
Sports does not receive sports updates from that school

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Colorado Volleyball

Lost to Hanover

10-25, 25-27, 21-25

Record is 0-11

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Delaware sports

BOYS SOCCER:
We have started a soccer team for the first time after a 5 year hiatus!
Current Record: 1-2
9/26/19-@ WVSD
W-Final: 4-1

9/28/19-@LEX
L-Final: 10-5

10/1/19-@PSD
L-Final: 4-1

Next Game:
Monday, October 7th @ NJSD

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL:
A full squad this year!
Current Record: 4-5
9/9/19- vs. Aquinas Academy:
Match 1: DSD 16 -Aquinas 25
Match 2: DSD 15 – Aquinas 25
Match 3: DSD 17 -Aquinas 25

9/16/19- vs. Aquinas Academy:
Match 1: DSD 17 -Aquinas 25
Match 2: DSD 18 – Aquinas  25
Match 3: DSD 15 – Aquinas 25

9/28/19- @ Lexington for Deaf Awareness Volleyball Tournament
Round Robin Results:
DSD 25 MPS 11
DSD 7 LEX 25
DSD 18 NYSD 25
DSD 25 ASD 20

Bracket Games:
LEX 25 DSD 16
DSD 25 LEX 18
LEX 15 DSD 25

3rd Place Game:
DSD 25 MPS 18

All Star: Sophia Eaton

Next Game:
Monday, October 7th vs. PSD

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Florida football

FSDB football 40-8 City of Life

Hello Dragon Fans!!  I cannot begin to tell you how surreal it
feels to be typing this and telling you that the FSDB Dragons are the East
Division
champions in the Sunshine State Athletic Conference 8-man league.
The link to the conference website can be found below.

We got off to a blazing start in this game and did enough to keep the
momentum in our favor for the rest of the game.  We scored 3 touchdowns in
the 1st
quarter to race out to a 20-0 lead.  The City of Life (Kissimmee) made
some good adjustments and started to move the ball in the 2nd quarter and
made it a
20-8 game midway through the quarter.

Then this sequence happened that I felt put the nail in their
coffin.  We went on a 7-minute grinding drive and punched it in the end
zone to leave them
only 35 seconds to try to mount a scoring drive before halftime.
They marched the ball fairly easily down the field until our Luis Merced
had other
ideas and returned an interception for 84 yards right when the
clock hit 0.0 to hand us a 34-8 halftime lead.

In the second half, there was only one score- a short touchdown run
in the 4th quarter to round out the scoring.  Huge kudos to our defense,
especially
Garrett Hunt who we gave a near impossible task tonight- to go in
man to man press coverage with their best wide receiver.  Garrett held him
catchless
until the game was decided.

Our season high was set tonight with 449 yards of total offense.  Walter
Douglas had another monster game with 200 yards rushing.  Our steady
workhorse Luis
Merced garnered 94 yards followed by Matthew Guillou’s 81 yards.

Defensively, we were paced by Merced’s game high 11 tackles along with
that pick six mentioned earlier.

We will be traveling to Tennessee School for the Deaf to play against them
on 10/12 at 11:30am.

1q- FSDB, Luis Merced 37 run (2-pt Merced run) 8-0
1q- FSDB, Walter Douglas 67 run (2-pt fail) 14-0
1q- FSDB, Douglas 63 run (2-pt fail) 20-0
2q- City of Life 4 run (2-pt good) 20-8
2q- FSDB,  Matthew Guillou 4 run (2-pt Merced run) 28-8
2q- FSDB, Merced 84 int ret (2-pt fail) 34-8
4q- FSDB, Merced 4 run (2-pt fail) 40-8

RUSHING
Douglas 12-200 2td, Merced 18-94 2td 2pat, Matthew Guilliou 12-81 1td,
Prinzler 1-41, Ajani Zahira 5-28, Cayto Dulcio 1-5

PASSING
Matthew Guilliou 0/1

RECEIVING

DEFENSE
Merced 11t 1tfl 1int 1td 2pd, Matt G 6t 1ff 1pd, Douglas 4t 1fr 3pd,
Marcus G 3t 1pd, Prinzler 3t,  Zahira 2t, Cabrera 1int, Hunt 1t 1pd, Solis
1t 1tfl, Veloz
1t

note:
in a follow up email, coach Lefor said:

we will host a playoff game 10/31 since we clinched
our division.  8 team playoff for conf champ

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Iowa Deaf Football

We beat the Wisconsin School for the Deaf today, 53-12. It was a muddy
game, started out slow with everyone slipping and sliding. Once we settled
down, we led 20-0
at the half. We built our lead up to 41-6 early in the 4th quarter to
force the running clock.
Our offense was lead by Damien Holste, who had 18 carries for 103 yards, 2
TDs and 3 PATs. Jayden Kohl added 7 carries for 84 yards, 2 TDs and 1 PAT.
Holste also
went 2 for 4 passing for 15 yards, 1 TD, 1 PAT, and 2 INTs. Jesse Dalley
added 1 completion out of 2 attempts for 20 yards and a TD.  Gregory
Kazeba caught the TD
pass from Holste, while Holste caught the TD pass from Dalley.

Defensively, several players came through for us:
Jayden Kohl had 3 solo tackles, 2 assists, and 2 tackles for loss.
Jesse Dalley had 5 solo tackles, 1 assist, 1 tackle for loss, a QB sack,
and 2 fumble recoveries.
Nate Weigel had 1 solo tackle, 3 assists, and a fumble recovery.
Damien Holste had 5 solo tackles.
Gregory Kazeba had 5 solo tackles, 3 assists, 1 tackle for loss, 1 QB
sack, and 2 fumble recoveries, one he returned for a TD.
Angel Torres had 1 solo tackle and 1 interception return for a TD.

We are now 1-2, and play Arkansas School for the Deaf next Saturday the
12th.

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Louisiana football

In our second bout, we’ve defeated Mississippi 42-6.

It was a hot day in the afternoon, but it did not stop us. D’ericion Hayes
ran for 2 TDs and Demarico Young has 3 TDs. We also had a strip fumble
returned for a TD by Tommy Vance.

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Maryland football

part of newspaper story

MSD (3-1) at Hampton Roads, Virginia (0-4): The Orioles suffered their
first loss to a deaf opponent since October of 2002 last week in a 44-6
loss at Texas School for the Deaf. MSD will look to rebound this week
against the Hampton Roads Generals, a team the Orioles already beat 46-8
in a Sept. 7 home game

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Missouri volleyball

Missouri School for the Deaf volleyball team travelled to Heartland
Christian, Bethel, Missouri. the  girls showed more improvement and we
were able to gain our
score highest tonight. The scores were 12-25, 15-25, 22-25.  Cristin Kohl,
JR and Rhiannon Gonzales, SO. both made 5 serves. Julia Strafford, SO.
made four serves.
Kayla Nichols, JR also helped with serve of three. Our sub Tracy Austin,
FR. helped with two serve. Kayla and Myia Dandle, Fr. made one ace serve.
MSD volleyball
girls will play with Columbia Independent School on Tuesday, October 8 at
Eagles gym at 6 pm.

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Pennsylvania volleyball

Yesterday, 10/2/19, The Panther’s Volleyball team had a triumphant game
against Lexington School for the Deaf. The girls brought the PSD spirit
again and beat Lexington 4-1 (25-23, 17-25, 25-14, 25-20). They were
persistent and really came together as a team for this win!

Kathylean Colon had a total of 9 aces, bringing us the winning points in
the last game! Natalya Gilmore scored 10 kills and Gia DiGiacomo scored 10
aces and 2 kills.

Record 1-4

Next game on 10/5, Saturday, PSD’s homecoming game vs New York School for
the Deaf @ 11:00 A

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Rhode Island soccer

Our game scheduled for today against Wilbur & McMahon Schools was
cancelled due to anticipated inclement weather and there will be no
reschedule date available.

RISD Soccer Record: 0-4
Next Game: Tuesday, October 8th vs. Marie Philip School [4:15 P.M.]

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Texas sports

Sept. 24
Waco Vanguard, 0
TSD: 3
(25-10, 25-18, 25-16)

Sept. 26
Veritas Academy, 1
TSD, 3
(25-23, 23-25, 25-22, 25-18)

Oct. 1
Waco Reicher, 1
TSD, 3
(25-20, 25-23, 21-25, 26-24)

The Rangers Volleyball team won their last 3 games in preparation for the
Spike Out XX tournament in Riverside, CA. Their record is 16-13 and they
look to continue their winning steak at Riverside, CA.

TSD JV football team played their second game of the season against
Regents. The game was close this time but Regents won 19-8. TSD JV
football record is 0-2.

TSD Varsity football won against MSD last Friday 44-6. TSD record is 2-2
with a tough game against Prince of Peace tomorrow at 7p

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random deafsports talk

possibly the biggest 8-man football game of season

two teams are unbeaten with 4-0 records – Florida
and Lousiana

and both teams are scheduled to play against each
other on Saturday October 19th at Florida

A common opponent is Alabama, which is rather a
good team playing a mix of 8 man and 11 man
opponents.

Alabama plays Florida on October 26th
Alabama plays Louisiana on October 10th

Do not underestimate Alabama at all

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