2019/10/11

DeafDigest Sports – October 11, 2019

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— random deafsports thoughts

— football scores

— football games this week

— volleyball updates

— soccer updates

— bunch of newspaper short stories

— big day planned for Gallaudet men’s basketball

— a big soccer game ends in a 2-2 tie

— cross country update

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2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 10/11/19

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

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2019 football scores
as of 10/06/19

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

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football games this week

football score last week as reported late
Prince of Peace 28 Texas 20

Thursday scores:
South Carolina 30 South Carolina Green Charter 28
Washington 60 Lake Quinnalt 12

Alabama 44 Louisiana 24

today’s games
Oct 11 Indiana hosts Crimson Knights
Oct 11 Maryland at Hancock

Saturday’s games
Oct 12 Arkansas at Iowa
Oct 12 Florida at Tennessee
Oct 12 Phoenix at Anthem Prep
Oct 12 Mississippi at Oklahoma
Oct 12 Kansas at New Mexico
Oct 12 Texas hosts Texas Wind

Oct 12 Riverside at Fremont (FLASH news – game cancelled, fire in Southern California; Riverside cannot come)

note:
Illinois vs Missouri football game has been
cancelled

Colorado is forfeiting the game to Genoa-Hugo

Model vs Paul International game has been
cancelled

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Two volleyball tournaments this weekend
Great Plains, hosted by Wisconsin

Mason-Dixon, hosted by Florida

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national deaf cross country meet hosted by Oregon SD

4 boys teams took part
1st place was host team Oregon

other participating boys teams were Fremont, Riverside
and Washington

2 girls teams took part
1st place was Fremont

other participating team was Fremont

1st place boys individual winner
1.    SR    Sandi Ramos-Cabrera          21:04.00
Oregon School for the Deaf

26 individual boys runners took part

1st place girls individual winner
1.    11    Jasmine Jimenez  24:57.60
California School for the Deaf

9 individual girls runners took part

a girl from Washington took part as an
individual runner

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Gallaudet men’s basketball program to host reunion
on Feb. 14-15, 2020 – Register Now!

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University men’s basketball program will host a
reunion weekend on Feb. 14-15, 2020, here in the Field House as announced
by fifth-year head coach Kevin Kovacs.

The Bison have several events planned for the weekend including; alumni
game, watch the Gallaudet men’s and women’s basketball home games, a
campus tour, a banquet and silent auction and much more. The weekend will
also highlight the release of a new Gallaudet men’s basketball history
book.

Come be a part of this exciting weekend. Space is limited. The cost is $50
for single registration and $85 for couple registration. Preferred
registration due date is January 15, 2020.

Register here: https://app.mobilecause.com/form/PyyW3w?vid=2evki
The proceeds from this event will help support the Gallaudet men’s
basketball booster club and the John Perry Endowment Fund.

If you have questions please contact Wendy Wiatrowski at
wendy.wiatrowski@gallaudet.edu.

note:
the Gallaudet men’s basketball history book is being
written by DeafDigest Sports editor. Yes, he’s very
busy every day with DeafDigest, DeafDigest Sports
and Gallaudet basketball history book.

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Colorado volleyball

10/10/2019

Colorado lost to Kiowa

9-25, 4-25, 10-25

Record is 0-14

Next game will be on 10/15/2019

Colorado vs. Edison at 5:30p

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Louisiana football

We lost 44-24 against Alabama. It was a tough loss for us as we knew we
could compete with them, regardless of numbers. The turning point of the
game was in the second quarter with around 40 seconds left, a snap went
awry and Alabama scooped it up and ran for a TD to make it 20-6 before
halftime. While we did respond back with a touchdown on our opening drive
of the second half, it was not enough to bring the momentum in our favor.
Our defense played great in the game, unfortunately we had missed
opportunities and miscues on offense that allowed Alabama to capitalize
on. I’m proud of my boys who played their hearts out all the way until
0:00.

D’ericion Hayes- 4 total TDs, 3 TD passes and a kickoff return.

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland beat Mercersburg Academy, 3-0 Scores: 25-6, 25-12, 25-9 Record:
14-10-1 D’arius Hayes, the brother of D’ericion caught 2 TD passes. Stats
Citrine Lummer 9 kills, 2 digs, 2 aces

Milana Bielucke 9 digs, 1 ace Wyatt Bowman caught one TD pass. Sascha
Tansky 8 assists

Olivia Clinger 7 kills, 1 block
Next up is our last game of the season, Florida.
Crystal Salit
15 assists

Sierra Herzig-Wilcox
3 kills

Ariella Zfati
3 digs, 2 aces

Hanna Johnston-Shaw
3 digs

Thalia Guettler
1 block

Hannah Weiss
10 kills, 3 digs, 13 aces

Maryland JV beat Mercersburg Academy, 2-0
Scores: 25-15, 25-19
Record: 9-4-1

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Maryland cross country

Results from Hatfield vs McCoy Race Series #2 (Harpers Ferry, WV)
Middle School Boys 3K Race
Josiah Lockhart (4th place out of 60 runners) 14:04.1
Jonah Abenchuchan (37th place)18:18.5
Louis Ortiz (48th place) 20:37.5

High School Boys 5K Race
Crosse Herpin (2nd place out of 45 runners) 21:01.3
Michael Williams (35th place) 29:23.1
Peter Thang (13th place) 23:57.9

High School Girls 5K Race
Lera Walkup (5th place out of 36 runners) 26:09.0

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Pennsylvania soccer

Today, 10/10/19, International Christian School of Philadelphia visited
and playing at our home. It was a very strong first half with our score
lead of 2-1. But in the 2nd half, we got outgassed and out physical by
them and lost 3-2. Hazim Haroun scored 2 goals, and Aquil Roane made a
strong effort on defense and contributed with one assist.

Record 2-4

Next game on 10/15 at our home game vs Delaware School for the Deaf, 3:30
PM.

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Riverside volleyball

Traveled to Rancho Cucamonga to play United Christian Academy, lost 3-0
(18-25, 13-25, 13-25).  Record: 4-19 (1-8).  Next up: @ CSD-Fremont,
Saturday the 12th.

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South Carolina football

Tonight we won, beat Green Charter by 30-28. It’s one of best game of the
season. We played well combine tonight to catch our first victory of the
season. I was acting head coach as our HC is with volleyball team at
Florida for Mason Dixon.

note:
the acting head coach is Don Creech.

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St Mary’s girls volleyball

The Lady Bisons took their first win yesterday after a forfeit from
Buffalo Academy of science. After the no show from the other team, the
girls had a chance to
scrimmage against the “All Star” staff team. There were some heated
volleys back and forth and the girls struggled against the height of Tim
Kelly. Emma Foster had
a few quick saves and the girls worked well together against the All
Stars. Thank you to Tim Kelly, Jason Meyers, Katelyn Koester, Danielle
Walczak, and Joann
Watson for scrimmaging with us.

Record:

1-6

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St Mary’s soccer

After a slow start to the regular season, the Bison’s have begun to heat
up by making it 3 wins in a row yesterday after a closely contested match
against Christian
Academy of Western New York (CAWNY).  This was the 2nd time we played
against this team in less than a weeks’ time.  We knew heading into the
match that we couldn’t
attack our opponent with the same strategy that got us the victory in our
first game.  We also prepared our squad to anticipate CAWNY having a
different game plan
than what we had faced the first time around.  Sure enough, our NFCAA
rival started the contest off quickly by flooding our 18 yard box  and
putting our defense on
its heels.  We were unable to clear the ball out of our zone in time
enough for CAWNY to connect on a strike that gave them the 1-0 advantage.
This group of
Bison’s weren’t going to allow this early set-back to dictate how this
match would continue.  We were able to quickly re-group and go on the
attack with a smart
“heads up” play by Kassim Kassim who made a nice pass to Nick Barrus  and
with his left foot was able to sneak a shot past our opponents keeper to
tie the score
1-1.  Later on in the half, Nick Barrus was able to continue his scoring
streak by looping a shot over the goalies head from just over ½ field to
give the Bison’s
their first lead of the match.  In the 2nd half of the game, both teams
were able to shut down the others scoring opportunities with some stifling
defense and some
excellent goalie play from Isa Habeeb.  No more goals were earned and the
final score remained 2-1.  Please wish the boys congrats on a hard fought
win.  Our next
match is back home on Tuesday, October 15th  at 4pm in a re-match from our
1st game of the season against the Lions from Central Baptist.  Please
come out and
support our Bison’s as we look to get some revenge from an earlier loss
and continue our winning streak.

Overall Record: 3-3

NFCAA Record: 3-2

ESDAA Record: 0-1

Individual Stats:

Nick Barrus: 2 goals(6th & 7th of season)

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Washington football

Terriers Football 60 vs Lake Quinault 12

Overall Record 2-2 (League 0-1)

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Western Pennsylvania sports

YESTERDAY’S RESULTS

SOCCER:  tied Ohio School for the Deaf, 2-2

LEAGUE RECORD: 4-2 (clinched 2nd place in our Division will host Plants
and Pillars on Tuesday, 10/15 4:00 p.m.)

OVERALL RECORD: 7-7-2

MS SOCCER: did not play – playoffs next week (will travel – place – Rhema
Christian)

LEAGUE RECORD: 2-6

OVERALL RECORD: 2-7

JV VOLLEYBALL: SEASON ENDS

OVERALL RECORD – 2-6

V VOLLEYBALL:  beat Ohio School for the Deaf, 3-0 (25-14, 25-9, & 25-21)

LEAGUE RECORD: 2-6 (4th place – will travel to Tri-County 1st place team –
Jefferson County Christian School)

OVERALL RECORD: 9-12-1

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random deafsports talk

The Mystics (WNBA) won the championship.

Ella Delle Donne (21 points) has a sister who is
deaf-blind

Emma Meessemann (22 points), from Belgium,
is the MVP and is deaf, though functionally
hearing

So, definitely, the championship is deaf-related!

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a newspaper headline today

Disappointment after Hong Kong protests force cancellation of Asia Pacific
Deaf Games

note:
this is self-explanatory

Affected sports were soccer, basketball, tennis, athletics and swimming

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a newspaper story

Will Honas
2nd team inside linebacker
University of Nebraska

17 solo and 17 assisted tackles

started his career as wide receiver and was switched to linebacker

he is a junior

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Olympics golfer?

part of newspaper story

Diksha Dagar is India’s first specially-abled Tokyo Olympics probable

Diksha Dagar, the 18-year-old golfer with total hearing impairment could
be one of the probable athletes for next year’s Tokyo Olympics. If she
qualifies for the Tokyo Games, Dagar could be the first specially-abled
sportsperson from India to compete in the Olympic Games.

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