2019/10/05

DeafDigest Sports – October 5, 2019

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— random deafsports thoughts

— Friday football scores

— today’s football games

— volleyball updates

— soccer updates

— Gallaudet volleyball

— Spike Out scores

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2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 10/05/19

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

Friday scores
Fremont 42 Delta Charter 12

Riverside 50 Washington 12

Salome 80 Phoenix 36

Saturday’s games
Oct 5 Indiana at Dugger Union
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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Spike Out scores

Rochester vs. Phoenix
Result: Rochester 2-1 (25-10; 19-25; 15-9)

Texas vs. Fremont
Result: Texas 2-0 (25-18; 25-19)

Washington vs. Marie Philip
Result: Marie Philip 2-1 (25-23; 23-25; 15-14)

Riverside vs. Indiana
Result: Indiana 2-0 (25-21; 25-16)

West Virginia vs. Washington
Result: Washington 2-0 (25-12; 25-18)

Marie Philip vs. Rochester
Result: Rochester 2-0 (25-15; 25-17)

Model vs. Indiana
Result: Model 2-0 (25-18; 25-24)

Washington vs. Phoenix
Result: Washington 2-0 (25-22; 25-24)

Texas vs. Riverside
Result: Texas 2-0 (25-14; 25-10)

Fremont vs. Model
Result: Model 2-0 (25-14; 25-17)

Indiana vs. Texas
Result: Texas 2-0 (25-21; 25-24)

Phoenix vs. Marie Philip
Result: Marie Philip 2-0 (25-18; 25-16)

Fremont vs. Riverside
Result: Fremont 2-0 (25-16; 25-24)

West Virginia vs. Marie Philip
Result: Marie Philip 2-0 (25-15; 25-8)

Model vs. Texas
Result: Texas 2-0 (25-22; 25-11)

Washington vs. Rochester
Result: Rochester 2-0 (25-21; 25-23)

Rochester vs. West Virginia
Result: Rochester 2-0 (25-14; 25-6)

Indiana vs. Fremont
Result: Indiana 2-1 (25-24; 24-25; 15-12)

West Virginia vs. Phoenix
Result: Phoenix 2-0 (25-10; 25-17)

Riverside vs. Model
Result: Model 2-1 (22-25; 25-23; 15-14)

POOL PLAY (updated)

Division I
Texas 4-0
Model 3-1
Indiana 2-2
Fremont 1-3
Riverside 0-4

Division II
Rochester 4-0
Washington 3-1
Marie Philip 2-2
Phoenix 1-3
West Virginia 0-4

all of today’s matches will be knock out;
winners advance in championship rounds;
losers go to consolation rounds

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Gallaudet volleyball
GU falls in four sets to St. Mary’s College of Maryland

ST. MARY’S CITY, Md. – The Gallaudet University women’s volleyball team
headed south on Friday afternoon to face St. Mary’s College of Maryland in
a non-conference match. GU dropped the first two sets before it won the
third set, 27-25. The host Seahawks won the fourth set to win the match,
3-1 (19-25, 16-25, 27-25, 13-25).

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Florida football

part of newspaper story

FSDB crunches City of Life Christian, improves to 4-0

The Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind held visiting Kissimmee City
of Life Christian to a season-low eight points.

Their offense is old-fashioned. The fundamentals, physicality and
execution the Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind showcased on
Thursday night are timeless.

The Dragons improved to 4-0 after defeating Kissimmee City of Life
Christian 40-8. FSDB scored touchdowns on three of its first five
offensive plays to take control of the contest.

This year has been one of change for the Dragons football program. After
105 years of fielding 11-man football teams, the proud program
transitioned to eight-man football. The move, as well as the return of
Eric Lefors as head coach, has proven to be a devastating combination.

City of Life Christian (3-2) entered Thursday’s game averaging 61.5 points
per game.

There may be more space to operate on an eight-man football field; but,
the Warriors were one of the most potent eight-man offenses in Florida
until they made the trek to Usina Field.

Thursday’s win clinched the Eastern Division title in the Sunshine State
Athletic Conference’s 8-Man Premier League. Next month, the Sunshine State
Athletic Conference will hold an eight-team tournament to determine the
state’s eight-man state champion. FSDB is guaranteed a berth in the
tournament and a top three seed.

The Dragons will play three more regular season games — against deaf
schools from Tennessee, Louisiana and Alabama — looking to secure more
additional home games in the SSAC playoffs.

Being in the hunt for a championship is not something LeFors envisioned
when he began his second stint as the football coach earlier this year.

“Call me a bad coach, my expectations were not 4-0,” LeFors said. “I was
thinking ‘don’t embarrass ourselves.’”

FSDB entered this season having won one game in three years. In 2019, the
Dragons have won their four games by an average of 22 points.

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Phoenix football

Salome 80, Phoenix 36

In spite of Brian Lynch’s five touchowns, PDSD got beaten by a long time
rival, Salome High School, 80-36, at home. Salome is currently ranked No.
5 in state wide 1A Conference.

Record: 3-3

Up next: at Anthem Prep, Oct. 11

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Rochester soccer

On Tuesday, a surprisingly record breaking warm day, marking the first day
of October, we took on Intensity, a team we easily defeated earlier on the
season. However, teams improve and we weren’t taking anything for
granted this time around, but at the same time, we were extremely
confident in our
skills.
We were going to play 9 v 9 due to the heat, and also play quarters to
allow for more hydration breaks. Ironically, as the game progressed, it
got darker and
darker, and it started to rain, but that’s the 585 for ya!

Right from the start, RSD showed it’s dominance as Bode Aggas put one into
the back of the net 5 minutes into the start of the game. From threre, we
steamrolled and dominated the complete game. As a result, we were able to
try some new positions and defensive schemes as we figure out what will be
best for
us come ESDAA time. In the end, RSD wins 5-1.

Finals Score:

RSD: 5
Intensity: 1

Goals:

Aggas (1)
Michalek (2)
Busch (1)
Malone (1) — First career goal

Assists:

Aggas (3)

Radez:  Saves (9)

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St Mary’s volleyball

esterday the Lady Bisons took on Tapestry charter school in their second
away game of the year. The girls lost in three straight sets but pulled
off some
impressive volleys. Cami Cole had an impressive 6 aces at the serving line
and 2 attacks. Julia Bronnenberg had 3 aces and 4 attacks at the net. All
the girls
showed great hustle and cooperation throughout the game and stayed
positive right to the end.

Sets:
17-25
23-25
13-25

Record:
0-4

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St Mary’s soccer

On a wet fall like day in Buffalo, NY, the Bisons put some “pieces of the
puzzle” together to earn their first win of the season against NFCAA
league opponent from
Central Academy of Western New York (CAWNY).  We had a impactful veteran
(Kassim Kassim) back into the line-up and we were finally able to put our
starters into the
correct positions on the field.  The Bisons controlled the game from start
to finish thanks to goals from Ethan Antone, Nick Barrus, and rookie Saul
Alvira.  With
Isa Habeeb back stopping in goal, it helped some of our newer players
(Di’ovanny Lacey & Brady Bartell) feel more comfortable that if a mistake
was made, the
seniors who were back in their intended positions would be there to help.
That said, all of our substitutes were able to get some valuable playing
time and great
experience in our 4-1 victory.  Wish the squad congrats on a complete team
effort.  We’re right back at it this Monday, 10/7/2019 when we kick off
against the
Falcons from the Stanley G. Falk school in our 3rd league match in a row.
Continue to support your Bisons as we look to keep winning.

Overall Record: 1-3

NFCAA Record: 1-1

ESDAA Record: 0-1

Individual Stats:

Isa Habeeb: 4 saves

Ethan Antone: 1 goal(5th of the season)

Nick Barrus: 2 goals(2nd & 3rd of the season)

Saul Alvira: 1 goal(1st of the season)

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random deafsports talk

The Florida newspaper story (above) said:

Their offense is old-fashioned

DeafDigest Sports editor has not seen videos of
Florida’s 8-man games but when Eric Lefors
coached the 11-man teams in the past before he
stepped down, he used Double Wing attack. It
was so old fashioned that it was not seen
widely since the early sixties.

Double-Wing in 8 man football? Don’t know.

Growing up and loving football since the fifties,
Single Wing and Double Wing were both popular
at that time. Not any more.

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