DeafDigest Sports –- April 17, 2021
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Gallaudet Athletics Need To Know Newsletter: April 14-April 28
Talladega County Track Meet (11 schools)
Tuesday, April 13
Lady Warriors – 11th PLACE (6 points)
400 M Dash
5th Place – Jaycee Tucker
800 M Run
7th Place – Jaycee Tucker
Silent Warriors – 8th PLACE (37 points)
200 M Dash
7th Place – Denijah Swain
8th Place – Bodgan Dailey
400 M Dash
5th Place – Denijah Swain
110 M Hurdle
1st Place – Michael Paige
300 M Hurdle
1st Place – Michael Paige
4 X 100 M Relay
3rd Place – ASD
7th Place – Bodgan Dailey
7th Place – Addison Taylor
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The boys took on two other teams in Faribault and the Minnesota State
Academy for the Deaf, while the girls took on Faribault, Minnesota Academy
for the Deaf, as well as Owatonna.
As a team, the Tigers finished in second place with a score of 46.
Faribault had 119 and the Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf had 15.
3rd win on our Senior Night!
McKenna Girod’s senior night and she had a great game! She had 16 assists,
8 kills, 9 aces, 1 dig, and 1 block!
First set – W 25 – 22
Second set – W 25 – 21.
We were playing best of 3 games today.
The next game will be away on Thursday against Rochester Academy at 4:30.
Fri, Apr 16, 12:48 PM (21 hours ago)
to me, Barry
Holy Cross, 16
Holy Cross, 24
TAPPS State Wrestling Championship
The TSD wrestling team went to Argyle, Texas the past weekend to attend
the TAPPS wrestling championship. TSD brought 11 boys to compete last
weekend, out of those 11 boys 6 of them placed in the top four at the
tournament! The coaches were very happy with the results the boys had,
especially with Covid, TAPPS postponing our season, and losing so many
meets and tournaments this year. With only two small tournaments and a
handful of practices, having the boys finish in the top four in team
points which is our best since 2000 is amazing!
Individually we had 5 boys that finished in the medal round including our
TAPPS champion- Zefan Nathanson finished first at the 113 pounds class.
Brandon Brentham(120lbs) and Hawkins Morgan(106lbs) grabbed second, Titus
Sterling(126lbs) and Zachary Hurt(182lbs) both pulled awesome upsets to
win third place. Last but not least, Shadow Tollison also finished at
John Paul II, 16
John Paul II, 15
college deaf athlete
Texas Lutheran University (NCAA-III, Texas)
to date, .306 batting average, 6 homers,
25 runs batted in, 27 games
elite deaf athlete
Scott Dotson, West Virginia, pro wrestler
lower tier pro wrestling level
unsure if he is still active
random deafsports thoughts
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Order a copy of the new Gallaudet University Men’s Basketball History Book
The Gallaudet University men’s basketball program is excited
to announce online ordering information for those fans, alumni, etc.,
interested in purchasing a copy of the Gallaudet University Men’s
Basketball History Book (1904-2019) written by Gallaudet Athletics Hall of
Famer Barry Strassler.
You can now purchase your own copy for $35 apiece and $8 for shipping.
Please allow two weeks to receive the book.
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