2021/10/07

DeafDigest Sports – October 7, 2021

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—- random deafsports thoughts

— upcoming football games

— Gallaudet football honors

— bunch of deaf school sports scores & tidbits

— deaf judo

Note:
Florida needs a football opponent on 10/15/21

See message under Florida football below

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won/lost records to date

pls go to bottom of this edition

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Florida football

request by Florida football coach

Florida needs an opponent on 10/15/21 for
an 8-man game.

The original opponent was kicked out of our league
for violating rules. It was supposed to be our homecoming week.

We are desperate to find an opponent.

email either coach Eric Lefors at leforse@fsdbk12.org

or

athletic director Donna Johnson at johnsond@fsdbk12.org

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this week’s games

Oct 7 New Mexico at Minnesota
Oct 7 Oklahoma at Life Christian
Oct 7 Riverside at Desert Chapel
Oct 7 Washington hosts Mary M Knight

Oct 8 Fremont at Cornerstone Christian
Oct 8 Maryland at Virginia Home School

Oct 9 Florida at Alabama
Oct 9 Model at Indiana
Oct 9 Phoenix at Anthem Prep

note:
if your school is missing on the list above,
please email barry@deafdigest.com

Games are being cancelled or played despite
not originally listed on their schedules
and so on.

Your assistance would be very helpful

thank you

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Gallaudet football

Anderson named ECFC Defensive Player of the Week
https://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/fball/2021-22/releases/ecfcpow-week5

Benton named to DC Touchdown Club’s College Football Player of the Week Honor Roll
https://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/fball/2021-22/releases/dctd-benton

note
DC Touchdown Club is one of the most important foundations in the DC area that
honors accomplishments among local college teams and local players

Gallaudet’s offensive line named to the D3football.com Team of the Week
https://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/fball/2021-22/releases/d3tow-week5

note
what it is saying is that D3football.com says that our offensive line
is the best among the nation’s NCAA-III teams during this past weekend.
Again, a huge honor for our blockers.

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Colorado volleyball

from a tweet

final: Elbert 3, Colorado School for the Deaf Blind 0

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Fremont volleyball

JV lost to Crosspoint Academy, 2-0 (9-25; 21-25) and V lost
3-1 (24-26; 16-25; 25-18; 9-25).

V Record: 2-5 (2-5). Next up: @ Fremont Christian (Wed., 10/6).

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Indiana football

part of newspaper story

Indiana Deaf 42, Dugger Union 0 — At Dugger, the host Bulldogs fell to
1-3 for the season in a rainy homecoming setback.

newspaper prediction

Indiana Deaf 34, Model Deaf 26

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Lexington volleyball

October 5th

Lexington v. Schecter School of Long Island

Game 1      25- 17 Lex lost

Game 2      25-14 Lex lost

Game 3      25-20 Lex won

Game 4      26-24 Lex lost

October 6th

Lexington v. Heschel

Game 1    25-20 Lex lost

Game 2    ​25- 17 Lex lost

Game 3    25-16 Lex lost

0-3 record

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland Volleyball Results

Maryland beat Greater Grace Christian Academy
Scores: 25-7, 25-2, 25-7
Record: 15-4-2

Stats
Olivia Clinger
1 kill, 1 dig, 1 ace

Citrine Lummer
13 kills, 3 digs, 10 aces

Jade Macedo
2 kills, 19 assists, 1 dig, 4 aces

Alona Zfati
4 digs, 2 assists, 2 aces

Arabella Bielucke
4 kills, 1 dig, 5 aces

Sigridura Junc
1 kill

Amber Virnig
1 kill

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Minnesota volleyball

Minnesota Deaf def. AFSA, 25-14, 25-18, 22-25, 25-19

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Missouri cross country

Missouri School for the Deaf had their first Cross Country meet of the
year. We raced at Hermann Invitational at Loutre Shore Country Club.
Ethen, Middle School,
ran 2 miles and placed 89 out of 97 boys. His time was 19:23.9. Tracy,
(Junior) and Julia, (Senior) raced on Varsity girls and ran 3.1 miles.
Tracy’s time: 40:27.11
and Julia’s time: 40.40.79. Coach Courtney and Coach Heather are so proud
of our students who raced at the meet, they did Fantastic job. Our next
meet is on
Tuesday, October 12 at Central

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Phoenix volleyball

Phoenix Day (PDSD) defeated Arizona School for the Deaf (ASDB), 25-23,
25-18, 24-26, 26-24, for its first win of the season.

The current season record is 1-7.

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Riverside football

part of newspaper story

Inland football players putting up big numbers

Apple Valley’s Kennan Eck is tied for the section lead with 10 sacks, and
California School for the Deaf-Riverside’s Jory Valencia is tied for third
with 6 interceptions

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Rochester soccer

RSD loses a tough one to Lima Baptist Church 5-2. Earning his first
varsity goal was Gary Youngblood. Cayne Aggas also added one for the
Wildcats. Stenson earned an assist.

Record 1-6.

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St Mary’s soccer

The Bisons slump continued last night after a 2-0 loss to Christian Academy
of Western New York. Our defense and goalie Michael Norris continued its
strong play in
an effort to keep the match close while the offense was still looking for
it’s mojo. Unfortunately, despite a few golden opportunities to score, our
team couldn’t
get a goal. The team continued to show a great deal of effort until the
final whistle blew and the coaches were proud of how the team handled
themselves throughout
the course of the match. The team has entered the back half of the regular
season and travel to Central Baptist on Wednesday. We will continue to
work hard in order
to get back on the scoreboard. Thank you for your support.

Overall Record: 3-4
ESDAA Record: 1-0
NFCAA Record: 2-5

Individual Stats:
Michael Norris: 10 saves

Despite a valiant effort and a lot of heart, the Bisons struggles to get
back into the win column continued tonight with a 2-1 loss to Central
Baptist. Brady Bartell’s determination from the mid field earned him and
our
team a 1-0 lead that we were able to carry into halftime. However, our
advantage would not last and our opponent was able to take advantage of a
defensive breakdown to knot the score 1-1. Although our offense had double
digits in shots against Central Baptist we were unable to punch another
goal
in for the rest of the game. With the game still tied 1-1, our opponent
was
awarded a penalty shot with 5 minutes remaining in the contest. Our keeper
was unable to come up with the save and despite our teams hard work, they
were unable to recover. With no games next week, our coaches and our
players
will take the opportunity to regroup and prepare for a final push to the
playoffs with only 2 games left in our regular season.

Overall Record: 3-5
ESDAA Record: 1-0
NFCAA Record: 2-6

Individual Stats:
Brady Bartell- 1 goal(5th of the season)
Michael Norris- 8 saves

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Texas football

newspaper rankings

PRIVATE SCHOOLS — SIX-MAN
Rank School (Record) Week 6 Prv rank

1 Waco Live Oak (6-0) W: Oglesby, 54-8 1

2 Bulverde Bracken Christian (4-0) Idle 2

3 Austin Veritas (5-0) Idle 3

4 Marble Falls Faith (5-0) W: San Marcos Baptist, 46-30 4

5 Texas School for the Deaf (4-1) W: New Braunfels Christian, 106-67 5

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Texas cross country

The TSD Rangers wrapped up week 7 of the Cross Country season by competing
at the Brentwood Christian School Invitational. Our varsity girls team
competed in a competitive 2 mile race that included several local schools
as well as schools from the Houston area. Patricia Sucilla-Orozco &
Jessica Fontana improved their 2 mile race time by running a season best
while Kristen Medrano fell short of reaching a new season best & Erin
Collins was unable to compete. Our varsity boys team competed in a
competitive 5k race that was compiled with schools from the Austin area.
Arturo Merchan, Hawkins Morgan & Gage Hooper improved their 5k race times
by running their season best times for a 5k while Lorenzo Urrutia was DQ
for running the wrong course. Overall the Running Rangers are on the right
path – they’re seeing their hard work from practices payoff with the
results of knowing they ran a season best.

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Texas volleyball

Volleyball

Varsity
Texas, 0
Vertias, 3

Results: 23-25, 18-25, 14-25
Record: 10-9-1

Junior Varsity
Texas, 0
Vertias, 2

Results: 15-25, 24-26
Record: 12-7

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Western Pennsylvania sports

SOCCER

YESTERDAY’s RESULT – lost to Plants and Pillars, 5-6

NEXT GAME – 10/12/21  HOME  vs WASHINGTON HOMESCHOOL HORNETS (V)  4:00 p.m.

LEAGUE RECORD – 0-4-0

OVERALL RECORD – 1-8-0

VOLLEYBALL

NEXT GAME –   10/7/21  HOME vs THE NEIGHBORHOOD ACADEMY (V)  4:00 p.m.

Junior Varsity

YESTERDAY’s RESULT – DNP

RECORD:  0-5

Varsity

YESTERDAY’s RESULT – beat Redeemer-Lutheran, 3-2 (25-10, 25-15, 23-25, 25-27, & 15-9)

LEAGUE RECORD – 0-6

OVERALL RECORD – 1-8

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deaf Judo

World Deaf Judo Championship being held at
Versillia, France from 27th Oct 2021 to 30th Oct 2021.

note:
is USA represented as we do have deaf judo participants?

No. No need to explain why!

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random deafsports thoughts

attitude of many hearing people

a tweet said:
at my college when I laughed that we had a deaf national soccer
team. Their deaf goalie got mad; this issue was quickly handled

another soccer tweet asked:
Someone with a serious face, asking me if deaf people can understand soccer

that person does not realize that soccer is a big sport among
schools for the deaf basically on the east coast

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http://GallaudetAthleticsStore.com

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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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a vlog is at:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQFMZ-d7dvc&feature=youtu.be

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won/lost records, as of 10/07/21

if you see errors, pls email barry@deafdigest.com

football:
Alabama (8) 1-2
Florida (8) 2-1
Fremont (8) 2-1
Indiana (11) 3-3
Kansas (6) 1-1
Maryland (11) 4-0
Minnesota (8) 0-1
Mississippi (8) 0-1
New Mexico (6) 2-0
Oklahoma (8) 1-1
Phoenix (8) 0-4
Riverside (8) 4-0
Tennessee (8) 0-2
Texas (6) 3-1
Washington (8) 0-1

soccer:
Rhode Island 1-0
Rochester 1-6
St Mary’s 3-5
Western Pennsylvania 1-8

volleyball:
Alabama 1-7
Arkansas 0-5
Florida 5-3
Fremont 2-5
Indiana 3-1
Iowa 1-3
Kansas 4-4
Lexington 0-3
Maryland 15-4-2
Minnesota 3-2
Model 2-0
Oklahoma 3-3
Phoenix 1-7
Rochester 3-0
South Carolina 0-1
St Mary’s 0-2
Texas 10-9-1
Western Pennsylvania 1-8
Wisconsin 2-3