2019/11/03

DeafDigest Sports – November 3, 2019

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— random deafsports thoughts

— football score Saturday

— volleyball updates, including ESDAA

— Gallaudet updates

— football & volleyball & basketball updates

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DeafDigest Sports Teams of the Year

8-man football – Florida School for the Deaf and Blind
11-man football – to be made in due time
8-man soccer – to be made in due time
11-man soccer – to be made in due time
Big Schools volleyball – to be made in due time
Small Schools volleyball – to be made in due time

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2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 11/03/19

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

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2019 football scores
as of 11/02/19

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

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last week’s missing football score turned in

Kansas 57 Arkansas 13

upcoming football games

today’s game
Lake Quinault 68 Washington 60

Thursday’s games
Fremont 40 Oakland Military Institute 18
Riverside 54 Desert Chapel 26

Harvest Community 44 Florida 22
Life Christian 24 Oklahoma 14

Friday’s games
Model 50 Hancock 12
Texas 28 Waco Reicher Catholic 6

Gaylesville 38 Alabama 32
Park Tudor 13 Indiana 12

Saturday’s game
Maryland 20 Virginia Spartans 14

note:
other schools have completed their football
seasons and are now focusing on basketball

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ESDAA volleyball results (Days 1 and 2)

go to the bottom of this edition

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Gallaudet football

Bison lose ECFC tussle with SUNY Maritime, 24-13

THROGGS NECK, N.Y. – In a battle for second place in the Eastern
Collegiate Football Conference (ECFC) played here Saturday at Reinhart
Field the host Privateers from SUNY Maritime defeated Gallaudet
University, 24-13.

Gallaudet volleyball

Gallaudet swept on the road, fall to sixth seed in NEAC tournament

READING, Pa. – The Gallaudet University women’s volleyball team dropped a
tough North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) match, 3-0, here Saturday
evening at Penn St.-Berks.

Gallaudet (11-23, 7-4 NEAC) had a chance to improve its NEAC playoff
seeding as the Bison entered the game needing a win to move up the
standings. The loss dropped the buff and blue to the sixth seed and will
force GU to travel next week for the quarterfinal round.

Gallaudet women’s soccer

Win streak ends on Senior Day against Mustangs

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University women’s soccer team dropped a 2-1
North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) decision to Morrisville State
College here at Hotchkiss Field on a chilly Saturday afternoon. The loss
snaps Gallaudet’s three-game winning streak and dashed any hope of making
the conference playoffs. The game also marked senior day for seven
individuals on the Gallaudet squad.

Gallaudet men’s soccer

Late goals spoil Gallaudet’s senior day as Bison lose to Morrisville St.

WASHINGTON – It was a physical and emotional North Eastern Athletic
Conference (NEAC) men’s soccer game here Saturday afternoon at Hotchkiss
Field as Gallaudet University played host to Morrisville State College.
The evenly matched game was scoreless in the first half before GU found
the scoreboard early in the second half. The one-goal lead evaporated in
the final 20 minutes as the Mustangs scored twice to spoil Gallaudet’s
senior day, 2-1

Gallaudet men’s swimming

GU men’s swimming drops meet at Bridgewater

BRIDGEWATER, Va. – The Gallaudet University men’s swimming and diving team
lost a close meet, 137-94, here Saturday against Bridgewater (Va.)
College.

Gallaudet (0-5) won two of the 14 events against the Eagles.

Junior Ben Sealts (Ottawa, Ohio) won the 100-meter breaststroke with a
time of 1:13.78. Sealts was first in the 100-meter IM (1:05.05). Sealts
just missed out on a third win when he finished second in the 200-meter
freestyle (2:06.69) as he was right behind Bridgewater’s Ryan Cunningham
(2:06.16).

Gallaudet men’s cross country

GU men place ninth at NEAC championship

COBLESKILL, N.Y. – The Gallaudet University men’s cross country team
finished ninth at the 2019 North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC)
championship here Saturday afternoon hosted by SUNY Cobleskill, finishing
ahead of Penn St.-Harrisburg.

Gallaudet women’s cross country

Bison women place eighth at NEAC championship, Hocog lands on third team

COBLESKILL, N.Y. – The Gallaudet University women’s cross country team
finished eighth at the 2019 North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC)
championship here Saturday afternoon hosted by SUNY Cobleskill.

Freshman Courtney Hocog (Fontana, Calif.) earned all-conference honors as
she finished the 6K course, 20th overall, with a time of 27 minutes, 52
seconds. Hocog’s place landed her on the All-NEAC third team. The top 21
runners in the race earn all-conference honors.

The team finished ahead of Penn St.-Harrisburg.

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Kentucky basketball

part of newspaper story

Alignment set for 2019-20 high school basketball seasons

Region 12
District 45 – Boyle County, Danville, Danville Christian, Garrard County,
Kentucky School f/t Deaf, Lincoln County

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Maryland football

MSD vs. Virginia Spartans: Corrected

Virginia Spartans (4-4) – 14
MSD (9-1) – 20

Spartans      0        6         6       2       14
MSD            6        0         14      0       20

Scoring Summary

M- Otto 4yd pass from Joseph (Run failed)
V- Vines 1yd run (Run failed)
M- Ortiz 60yd run (Pass failed)
M- Ortiz 17yd run (N.Sheppeck pass from Joseph)
V- Jones 34yd run (Run failed)
V- Team Safety

Individual Stats
Rushing:
Zion Ortiz: 12-180; 2 TDs
Truth Dorsette: 17-143

Passing:
Jaden Joseph: 2-6-1; -2 yards; 1 TD

Receiving:
Enow Otto: 2-(-2); 1 TD

Miguel Pavao led the team with 12 tackles. Dakai Bryant and Amaree
McKenstry had 2 sacks each. Zion Ortiz had an interception.

Total Yards :
MSD: 280 yards (282 rushing/-2 passing)
VS: 128 yards (79 rushing/49 passing yards)

note:
Maryland, leading 20-12 with few seconds left on the clock,
gave the Spartans a safety – not wanting to risk a fumble
and a touchdown, and a two-pointer to force a 20-20 tie.

Team was rather distracted past few days because of the
Homecoming hoopla plus the Netflix crew filming
and interviewing the players for three days in a row.

Said a staffer:
A lot of distractions!

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Maryland volleyball

completed its season with a 21-12-1 record

In the final match of the season, team defeated
FCA Bravehearts (Fellowship Christian Association)
3-2.

FCA defeated Covenant Life which previously
won Maryland Deaf’s league championship and also the
Maryland State Christian Schools tournament.

Both Both FCA and Covenant Life lost only one match
this year.

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Model football

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Football

Football

Date: Friday, November 1, 2019 at 7:00 PM

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 50

Hancock High School: 12

part of newspaper story

Model School 50, Hancock 12

HANCOCK — Marquize Nash ran for 244 yards on 19 carries, scored three
touchdowns and ran in four conversions, powering Model Secondary School
for the Deaf (6-4) past the Panthers (1-8).

Joshua Wojnar threw a 15-yard TD pass to Ola Waddell with 10:51 left in
the first quarter, and Nash scored the conversion to put Model ahead, 8-0.

Hancock answered with a 31-yard TD pass from Brady Souders to Justice
Allen, but the conversion pass was incomplete, making it 8-6 with 5:28
left in the period.

The Panthers took a 12-8 leadon a 36-yard scoring pass from Souders to
Brian Fink with 11:50 left in the second quarter. A conversion attempt
came up short.

Model regained the lead at 16-12 on Nash’s 76-yard kickoff return and his
conversion. Joshua Kinner then returned an interception for a score with
4:20 left in the half, giving Model a 22-12 lead.

Nash ran for a 22-yard score and another conversion to make it 30-12 with
7:53 left in the third quarter. He added a 12-yard score and a conversion
with 4:48 left in the period to make it 38-12.

Jahiem McMillan scored on runs of 3 and 23 yards in the fourth quarter for
Model.

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St Mary’s volleyball

The lady bisons took on Marie Phillips in the last round of round robin
play. The girls were a little sluggish from the start and had a hard time
finding a groove
to take on the lady ghosts. There were some quick volleys and a few great
saves made by Cami Cole but the girls ended up falling in two sets 12-25
and 14-25. The
girls go into bracket play in the silver bracket against American School
for the Deaf at 2:30 today.

At 2:30 we took in ASD in a 1 set single elimination start to bracket
play. The girls came in strong with a plan and the determination that
their tournament wasn’t
over yet. Emma Foster made some great digs and saves at the net but the
girls in general meshed really well and pulled off a 25-18 victory. The
girls will take on
OSD again tomorrow at 930 to round out their tournament.

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Texas volleyball

part of newspaper story

Boerne Geneva 3, Texas School for the Deaf 1: In San Marcos, the Eagles
bounced back after an opening-set loss to claim a 20-25, 25-16, 25-21,
25-21 victory.

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random deafsports thoughts

There was a story of a high school football team running up
the score 103-0 against another high school in South Dakota
and that the state legislative body is angry about it.

It happened to Eastern North Carolina School for the Deaf
in 1995. Cardinal Gibbons ran up to score to 100-42
against their deaf opponent. They “allowed” the deaf team
to score so that they would get the ball back and then
score again. They just wanted to score 100 points in
a basketball game, oops, a football game. The Gibbons
head coach paid the price. He was forced to resign two
days later after the game took place. The public was
real angry about it.

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http://GallaudetAthleticsStore.com

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ESDAA results (Days 1 and 2)

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1

POOL A

Rochester beat St. Mary’s, 2-0 (25-18 and 25-4)

Marie Philip beat Ohio, 2-0 (25-13 and 25-22)

Lexington and Marie Philip tied, 1-1 (15-25 and 25-18)

St. Mary’s beat Ohio, 2-0 (25-19 and 26-24)

Lexington beat St. Mary’s, 2-0 (25-16 and 25-21)

Marie Philip and Rochester tied, 1-1 (25-16 and 20-25)

ROCHESTER                          3-1

LEXINGTON                          3-1

MARIE PHILIP              4-2

ST. MARY’S                           2-4

OHIO                                       0-4

POOL B

WPSD beat NY-Fanwood, 2-0 (25-8 and 25-12)

Pennsylvania beat West Virginia, 2-0 (25-13 and 25-20)

Delaware beat American, 2-0 (25-12 and 25-19)

WPSD beat West Virginia, 2-0 (25-11 and 25-19)

Delaware and Pennsylvania tied, 1-1 (21-25 and 25-21)

New York-Fanwood beat American, 2-0 (25-14 and 25-9)

New York-Fanwood beat American, 2-0 (25-20 and 25-20)

Delaware beat West Virginia, 2-0 (25-19 and 25-16)

WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA  4-0

DELAWARE                                       5-1

PENNSYLVANIA                            3-1

NEW YORK-FANWOOD            4-2

AMERICAN                                    0-4

WEST VIRGINIA                        0-6

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2

POOL A

8:45 a.m. – Lexington beat Ohio, 2-0 (25-20 & 25-21)

9:30 a.m. – Rochester beat Lexington, 2-0 (25-18 & 25-10)

10:15 a.m. – Marie Philip beat St. Mary’s, 2-0 (25-11 & 25-14)

11:00 a.m. – Rochester beat Ohio, 2-0 (25-8 & 25-13)

FINAL STANDING:

ROCHESTER                        7-1

MARIE PHILIP            6-2

LEXINGTON                        5-3

ST. MARY’S                        2-6

OHIO                                    0-8

POOL B

8:00 a.m. – Western Pennsylvania beat Delaware, 2-0 (25-11 & 25-15)

8:00 a.m. – American beat West Virginia, 2-0 (25-22 & 25-21)

8:45 a.m. –Pennsylvania beat American, 2-0 (25-17 & 25-22)

9:30 a.m. – New York-Fanwood beat West Virginia, 2-0 (25-10 & 25-8)

10:15 a.m. – Western Pennsylvania beat Pennsylvania, 2-0 (25-18 & 25-16)

11:00 a.m. – Delaware tied New York-Fanwood, 1-1 (20-25 & 25-18)

11:45 a.m. – Western Pennsylvania beat American, 2-0 (25-11 & 25-11)

FINAL STANDING:

WESTERN PA                        10-0

NY-FANWOOD              7-3

DELAWARE                          6-4

PENNSYLVANIA              5-5

AMERICAN                          2-8

WEST VIRGINIA            0-10

BRACKETED TOURNEY BEGINS

2:00 p.m. –             Gold Bracket #1 (A2 vs B3)

Marie Philip vs Delaware – MPS won,
2-0 (28-26 & 25-21)

Silver Bracket #1 (A5 vs B6)

Ohio vs West Virginia      Ohio won,
25-14

2:30 p.m. –            Silver Bracket #2 (A4 vs B5)

St. Mary’s vs American    St. Mary’s
won, 25-16

3:00 p.m. –            Silver Bracket #3 (B4 vs winner of SB#1)

Pennsylvania vs Ohio     Ohio won,
25-16

3:30 p.m. –            Gold Bracket #2 (B2 vs A3)

NY-Fanwood vs Lexington            LEX
won, 2-0 (27-25 & 25-20)

6:30 p.m. –             Gold Bracket #3 (B1 vs winner of GB#1)

Western PA vs Marie Philip  WPSD won,
2-1 (25-15, 25-27, & 17-15)

8:00 p.m. –             Gold Bracket #4 (A1 vs winner of GB#2)

Rochester vs Lexington    RSD won, 2-0
(25-7 & 25-10)

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3

9:30 a.m. – SILVER BRACKET CHAMPIONSHIP (one set)

Ohio vs St. Mary’s

10:30 a.m. – GOLD BRACKET THIRD PLACE MATCH (2 out of 3)

Lexington vs Marie Philip

12:30 p.m. – GOLD BRACKET CHAMPIONSHIP (2 out of 3)

Rochester vs Western PA