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DeafDigest Sports – September 28, 2018

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Hot DeafSports News at:
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– yesterday football score

– football games today & tomorrow

– random deafsports thoughts

– volleyball updates

– soccer updates

– Gallaudet volleyball

– bar says no to football captions

DeafDigest Sports collections of the day
– two football games between two deaf schools same day
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 9/28/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

2018 football scores (as of 9/28/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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Wednesday football score
St Joseph Academy 47 Florida 6

Thursday football score
Washington 76 Oakville 46

today’s games
Sep 28 Indiana hosts Union Dugger
Sep 28 Riverside hosts Blair
Sep 28 Maryland at Texas

Saturday’s games
Sep 29 Illinois hosts Alden-Hebron
Sep 29 Phoenix at Colorado
Sep 29 Missouri at Minnesota
Sep 29 Kansas at Oklahoma
Sep 29 Arkansas at New Mexico
Sep 29 Wisconsin at Iowa
Sep 29 Tennessee at Mississippi
Sep 29 Carolinas at Georgia

cancelled
Sep 27 South Carolina hosts SC Green Charter School
Sep 28 Fremont at Madison Park

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Gallaudet volleyball

Gallaudet clips Seahawks in straight sets

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University women’s volleyball team showed great
energy Thursday night in a spirited Field House as the Bison dispatched
St. Mary’s College of Maryland in straight sets; 25-20, 25-17, 26-2

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American soccer & volleyball

American School for the Deaf hosted Lexington School for the Deaf in
Soccer and Volleyball this afternoon at American School for the Deaf.

The Volleyball team featured two new players starting this week and
eagerly await the return of another player took on a solid Lexington
squad. Lexington displayed excellent fundamentals while winning the first
two sets of the game. ASD was able to take the third set, however
Lexington responded by closing out the fourth set. Scores were: (14-25)
(16-25) (25-16) (12-25). Volleyball team travels to Lexington for a
Tournament this Saturday seeking their first team victory. The young team
is currently 0-4 on the season but steadily improving under the guidance
of patient coaching.

The Soccer game was on today after a week of rain which left the soccer
field very soft. The Tigers struck first with a goal at 8 minute by
sophomore Juan Castro. Both teams battled back and forth much of the first
half spending more time in the mud than on their feet. Lexington was able
to find solid ground with an equalizer at the 38th minute. Hard play
continued from both sides of the ball in the second half as Tiger
Midfielder Skylin Macy continued to hold back the Lexington attack.
Lexington was finally able to figure out the Tiger defense and responded
with goals at the 50th and 55th minute which led to emptying of the
benches by the Tigers. Senior Dylan Mallach moved to the wing position
late and broke through the Lexington defense several times, however was
unable to navigate the field conditions for a goal. Lexington added
another late goal at the 75th minute to lock down the final of 4-1 victory
over ASD. The Tigers loss drops them to 0-4 in their schedule. Soccer
will head to Watkinson on Monday searching for their first victory of the
season.

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Colorado Volleyball

9/27/2018
CSDB @ Hanover

Lost 1-3

25-12, 16-25, 22-25, 23-25

Next game will be against Phoenix, AZ at CSDB Homecoming this Saturday,
Sept. 29th.

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Illinois Volleyball Results

9/25/18  vs. Pleasant Hill
1st set ISD 5 – Pleasant Hill 25
2nd setISD 7 – Pleasant Hill 25

Record 0 – 10

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Lexington soccer

Lexington defeated American School for the Deaf, 4-1.

Lexington improve record 4-0-0.

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Louisiana volleyball

Win/Loss – 1-6

September 25th – LSD VS Dunham – Away – Doubleheader
Set #1:  LSD: 3, Dunham: 25
Set #2: LSD: 1, Dunham: 25
Set #3: LSD: 3, Dunham 25

Second Game:
Set #1: LSD: 18, Dunham: 25
Set #2: LSD: 5, Dunham: 25
Set #3: LSD: 9, Dunham: 25

September 27th – LSD VS East Iberville – H
Set #1: LSD: 7, E.I: 25
Set #2: LSD:  15, E.I.: 25
Set #3: LSD:  11, E.I: 25

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Marie Philip School Volleyball match report.

Date: Thursday September 27, 2018
Location: Gann Academy, Waltham, MA
Result: MPS 3 Gann 2 (25-23, 21-25, 17-25, 27-25, 15-9)

Yesterday the Marie Philip School Lady Ghosts visited Gann Academy for an
IGC league rematch.  Gann won the previous match at our home, 3-1.

In the first set we used what we learned about the Red Heifers from our
previous match to minimize their strengths and play to ours.  It was a
close set all the way, but we were able to win 25-23.

For the 2nd set, momentum carried us and we led for most of that set.
However late in the set Gann’s #20 picked apart our receiving and we could
not recover to prevent the Heifers from taking the lead and the set,
25-21.

In the third set, Gann’s #20 and captain #7 had strong serving set as the
we tried to fix our receiving, digging, and passing.  We were really
behind late in the set but picked up a few points near the end.  The Red
Heifers won 25-17 but we were ready to use our momentum to take a 4th set.

In the 4th set we the best lead of the match, 23-14.  Gann was very
resilent and rallied behind the serving of libero #32 and #12.  Our
players made some mistakes with positioning and individual
responsibilities.  We took our last time-out with the Heifers about to win
25-24.  The Lady Ghosts were not happy to give that set away but refused
to accept that the next point would be Gann’s.  We played aggressively to
force a 25-25 tie.  Despite tremendous pressure, Lily kept her serves in
the court and Gann made a couple of errors to allow us to win 27-25 and
force a deciding 5th set.

That set win emboldened the Lady Ghosts even more for the tiebreaker.  We
were more patient with the ball on our court, used textbook plays,
attacked carefully and accurately, and made smart decisions.  The 5th set
win was very convincing and well earned, 15-9.  We thank Gann for hosting
us – they are a first class organization all around.  We now have a 5-3
overall record (3-3 IGC).  We will play at the Lexington School for the
Deaf tomorrow for their Deaf Awareness Week Tournament.

YESTERDAY’S STATS
Sabrina Rodrigues (Jr.) – 10 Aces, 5 Kills, 5 Assists, 3 Digs, 12
Receptions, and 14 service points
Shayla Rochette (So.) – 8 Aces, 6 Kills, 11 Receptions, 2 Digs, and 15
service points
Zora Elliott-Mendelsohn (Fr.) – 1 Ace, 5 Kills, 8 Assists, 1 Dig, and 8
service points
Lily Fruguglietti (Jr.) – 4 Kills, 8 Receptions, 1 Assist, 1 Dig, and 6
service points
Rita Child (7th) – 2 Aces, 3 Kills, 11 Assists, and 12 service points
Samantha Fernsebner (8th) – 1 Kill, 1 Dig, 1 Reception, and 1 service
point
Anya Sukhovtsev (7th) – 1 Kill, 1 Dig, 1 Reception, and 1 service point
Chloe Martin (7th) – 1 Dig

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Maryland football

newspaper preview

MSD (4-0) at Texas SD (3-1): The Orioles have been unchallenged for most
of the season and haven’t given up a point since a 29-6 road win over
Roanoke (Va.) Homeschool on Sept. 8. Last week, they rolled over visiting
Central Maryland Christian, 23-0, marking their second consecutive
shutout. Texas School for the Deaf, meanwhile, is coming off a 66-0 home
win over D.C.-based Model Secondary School for the Deaf. This game will
likely play a big role in determining the national deaf prep champion at
the end of the season.

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland JV beat St.Andrew’s Episcopal School, 2-0
Scores: 25-19, 25-10
Record: 10-3

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Model volleyball

Date: Thursday, September 27, 2018 at 5:00 PM

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 0

Bishop O’Connell High School: 3

Date: Tuesday, September 25, 2018 at 4:00 PM

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 3

McLean School: 0

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Pennsylvania soccer

Today(9/27/18) Our boys travelled to NJSD for our first game of season. We
have fought really hard but our chemistry has yet blend well. We lost 2 to
1, Jacob Cross got goal. We remind the boys that first game is always
rough
and will improve each game.

Record 0-1

Our next game 10/1, Monday against Fanwood at our home.

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Pennsylvania volleyball

Today, 9/27, the PSD Lady Panthers had a triumphant first game against New
Jersey School for the Deaf winning 3-1! Co-captains Gia DiGiacomo and
Natalya Gilmore EACH scored 20 aces! Maysan Iddeen led the team in kills
with 6. The win was a team effort with everyone playing as hard as they
could on the court.

Record 1-0

Next game this Saturday 9/29, Deaf Awareness Volleyball Tournament @
Lexington, NY.

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Phoenix volleyball

PDSD    12   19    16
Salome  25   25   25

Maddie Fears: 5 digs, 2 aces, 4 kills, 1 assist
Kiana Vazquez: 5 digs, 2 assists
Yosseline Espinoza: 4 digs, 3 aces, 2 kills, 10 assists
Isabel Ballard: 1 dig, 1 ace, 1 kill
Zoe Abrams-Gay: 4 digs
Jackie Albert: 2 aces, 5 kills
Melissa Sanchez: 1 kill

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Rochester volleyball

Game 2 at Eugenio Maria De Hostos

Set 1 – W 25-23
Set 2 – L 23-25
Set 3 – W 25-19

We played for the best of 3 and we won the game 2-1.

Game 3 at St.Mary’s School for the Deaf

Set 1 – W 25-16
Set 2 – W 25 – 6
Set 3 – W 25 – 18

RSD record: 3-0

Next home game VS Wilson

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South Carolina volleyball

SCSDB 11 8 13
Calhoun fall 25 25 25

Overall record 0-8

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St Mary’s soccer

This entire week the Bisons focused on “cleaning up” some of our mistakes
from our previous game.  We were looking forward to bouncing back against
league opponent Christian Academy of Western NY (CAWNY).   We brought our
full squad including our veteran keeper (Christian Lawrence) back between
the posts. In all of my years coaching soccer at SMSD, this is the largest
bench of substitutes I’ve ever had.  It was nice being able to rotate
players in and out of the match in an effort to keep starters as fresh as
possible as the game wore on.   As is always against CAWNY, they have some
skilled players who work well together as a team.  Our Bisons knew that
they needed to be patient and contain our opponent in an effort to reduce
their number of fast breaks and odd man rush’s.  Both teams played stout
defense and limited the others scoring chances.  At half time, both squads
were scoreless and our coaching staff told our players not to change
anything but to maintain a high level
of intensity.  At the 45:00 minute mark CAWNY took advantage of a rare
defensive break down and unfortunately out of desperation, Kassim Kassim
had to take down one of CAWNY’s players in order to prevent them from
having a 1v1 against our goalie.  Our opponent was awarded a penalty kick
of which they capitalized on and took the lead 1-0.  Our boys rose to the
challenge and responded by putting more offense pressure on CAWNY until
finally at the 50:00 minute mark, rookie Ethan Antone streaked in on our
oppositions keeper and took a shot that ricochet off of a defender and
into the back of the net.  The score was now knotted at 1-1.  Instead of
sitting back and playing a prevent defense, our Bisons continued to be the
better team and apply pressure.  Despite some excellent opportunities
including an awarded penalty kick of our own, we couldn’t put another shot
past their goalie.  The match ended in a 1-1 tie.  Although we would have
preferred the win, our coaching staff was p
roud of the effort our athletes put forth and felt that we were the better
team despite the final score.  Our next game is Tuesday for our home
opener against the Stanley G. Falk school.  Please come and support of
Bisons as we look to build off of our success.

Overall Record: 0-1-1

Individual Stats:
Ethan Antone 1 goal(1st of the season)
Christian Lawrence: 4 saves

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Washington volleyball & football

Volleyball and Football Scores: 9/27/18

Lady Terriers 1 @ Three Rivers Christian 3
TRC 25 – WSD 9
WSD 25 – TRC 22
TRC 25 – WSD 11
TRC 25 – WSD 6
Record 3-3 (League 0-2)

Terriers 76 @ Oakville 46
Record: 2-1

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Western Pennsylvania volleyball & soccer

YESTERDAY’S RESULTS

SOCCER – beat Cornerstone Prep, 5-2

LEAGUE RECORD: 3-5-0

OVERALL RECORD: 4-6-0

MIDDLE SCHOOL SOCCER – no game

LEAGUE RECORD: 2-1-0

OVERALL RECORD: 3-2-0

JUNIOR VARSITY VOLLEYBALL -lost to Cornerstone Prep, 2-0 (13-25 and 9-25)

OVERALL RECORD: 0-6-0

VARSITY VOLLEYBALL – lost to Cornerstone Prep, 3-0 (24-26, 5-25, and 8-25)

LEAGUE RECORD: 3-3-0

OVERALL RECORD: 4-5-0

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random deafsports thoughts

Several years ago DeafDigest Sports editor discovered
that football was played at Lexington School for the
Deaf around 1890′s-1900′s.

Only one recorded score was found -

New York School for the Deaf 51
Lexington School for the Deaf 0

The editor asked around and no one at Lexington
School, either current or past administrators
knew about it. It didn’t help that a fire at
the old school building destroyed many old school
documents.

Anyway the editor was at the Gallaudet
library researching articles in the old
Silent Worker, and somehow came across
several references to Lexington football.

But – scores, records, etc? None!

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copied from today’s DeafDigest Mid-Week edition

– El Paso sports bar says no to football captions

A deaf man, with his hearing friends, wanted to watch a
football game on TV at the Ojos Locos sports bar
in El Paso, Texas. He asked that the captions be turned
on and the bar refused. He asked to speak with the manager
but was told the manager was too “busy.” He then posted
this bad experience on the El Paso Deaf Community Facebook
page. It went viral. A local TV station contacted Ojos
Locos, and the owner apologized, and said his service
team will be retrained never to say no to these
captioning requests in the future.

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DeafDigest Sports – September 27, 2018

barry@deafdigest.com
for options, click on the above deafnews tab

Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

– yesterday football score

– football games this week

– random deafsports thoughts

– volleyball updates

– soccer updates

– Berg/Seeger national deaf track meet

– a cancelled football game

– Gallaudet volleyball wins conference match

– a Gallaudet football honor

DeafDigest Sports collections of the day
– Matt Hamill’s unusual wrestling feat
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 9/27/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

2018 football scores (as of 9/27/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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Wednesday football score
St Joseph Academy 47 Florida 6

football games this week

Sep 27 South Carolina hosts SC Green Charter School
Sep 27 Washington hosts MMK

Sep 28 Indiana hosts Union Dugger
Sep 28 Riverside hosts Blair
Sep 28 Maryland at Texas

Sep 29 Illinois hosts Alden-Hebron
Sep 29 Phoenix at Colorado
Sep 29 Missouri at Minnesota
Sep 29 Kansas at Oklahoma
Sep 29 Arkansas at New Mexico
Sep 29 Wisconsin at Iowa
Sep 29 Tennessee at Mississippi
Sep 29 Carolinas at Georgia

cancelled
Sep 28 Fremont at Madison Park
Madison Park has no team this season

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Berg/Seeger national deaf track meet

The California School for the Deaf, Fremont (CSD) is excited to announce
that we will be hosting the 12th Berg and Seeger Classic on Saturday April
6, 2019 at Tak Fudenna Stadium!  This is a different facility from last
year and closer in distance as it is a 7-minute drive from campus.

Last year was a memorable year in which we hosted a record 21 schools in
attendance and saw all of our athletes break 9 meet records broken under
pristine conditions.  We hope that you will join us for the fun this time!
Please email Athletic Director Warren at
wkeller@csdf-cde.ca.gov<mailto:wkeller@csdf-cde.ca.gov> if your school
intend to participate or if you would like to volunteer.

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Gallaudet football

Gallaudet offensive lineman Brad Peterson selected as semifinalist for
2018 William V. Campbell Trophy

RVING, Texas – Gallaudet University senior offensive lineman Brad Peterson
(Avalon, Pa.) was selected as one the best and brightest from the college
gridiron as announced by The National Football Foundation (NFF) and
College Hall of Fame. Peterson is one of 179 semifinalists honored from
the Football Bowl Subdivision, Football Championship Subdivision, Division
II, Division III and NAIA. Peterson joins the company of other great
players from top college programs such as Penn State University
quarterback Trace McSorley and Clemson University defensive lineman
Christian Wilkins.

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Gallaudet volleyball

GU remains perfect in conference play with road win over Penn St.-Abington

ABINGTON, Pa. – The Gallaudet University women’s volleyball team traveled
to Penn St.-Abington here Wednesday night and came away with a 3-1 victory
between the two North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) foes. Gallaudet
won the first set 25-15 before the host Nittany Lions stormed back to win
the second set, 28-30. GU regrouped and closed out the match with 25-18
and 25-15 set wins.

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Fremont football

We unfortunately have reached the point where we have to determine that
there won’t be a football game on Friday so that homegoing and family
plans can be made.  We have contacted every single school in the Northern,
Northern Coast, San Joaquin, Central Coast, Oakland, and San Francisco
Sections (the entire Northern half of California) that was both on their
bye week and has less than ten games on their schedule.  So we know that
we absolutely tried our best and it’s been frustrating for everybody
involved.

We would like you all to keep working hard and get ready for our rivalry
game against St. Vincent de Paul on Thursday October 4th at 6pm!  We are
still working on getting a game on October 19th on our original bye week
so that our football and cheerleading team have more opportunities to
play.

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Georgia volleyball

GSD VS PEPPERELL HIGH

GSD -      4         5
PHS -      25      25

RECORD: 6-15-0
Next match Friday 9/28/18 vs Jacksonville Christian Academy at GSD at 5:00pm

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Indiana football

newspaper predictions

Dugger Union (0-4) at Indiana Deaf (2-4): Indiana Deaf is coming off a
38-0 win at Alabama Deaf. Indiana Deaf 33, Dugger Union 14.

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Indiana volleyball

defeated Traders’ Point 3-0

25-15, 25-12, 25-10

15-11 record

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Lexington soccer

Lexington defeated Winston Prep with 5-2. Lexington improves record 3-0-0.

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Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Soccer

Soccer

Date: Wednesday, September 26, 2018 at 4:00 PM

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 0

Sandy Spring Friends School: 7

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Phoenix volleyball

Salome 3, Phoenix 0

Record: 3-7

PDSD                        25      25       25
Mingus Mountain Academy     22      16       22

Maddie Fears: 2 digs, 1 ace, 6 kills
Kiana Vazquez: 7 digs, 8 aces
Selina Hernandez: 1 dig, 2 kills
Yosseline Espinoza: 1 dig, 4 aces, 3 kills, 16 assists
Isabel Ballard: 1 dig, 3 aces, 3 kills
Zoe Abrams-Gay: 2 digs, 1 ace, 1 assist
Jackie Albert: 1 ace, 2 kills
Melissa Sanchez: 1 kill
Alejandra Acosta: 2 kills, 1 assist

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Rhode Island volleyball

oday’s game against West Bay Christian Academy was a makeup game from last
week which got rained out. Our Rooster offense came out firing on all
cylinders as we scored the first three goals of the game within the first
twenty minutes. WBCA wasn’t deterred though as they managed to come back
to
cut the lead to 3-2. We were able to get one more goal to extend our lead
to 4-2. We made a critical mistake on an own-goal and allowed one more
right before halftime as the score was 4-4.

After a pep talk by the coaches, our Roosters came out aggressive and
scored three goals within the first five minutes of the second half to
secure a commanding 7-4 lead. However, WBCA would not give up as they
relied on their two-man scoring punch to slowly carve at our lead, one
goal
at a time even as we started marking those two players once they entered
the defensive half of the field.

WBCA would knot the game up at 7-7 apiece with 10 minutes left and was
able
to grab the lead for the first time in the game on a penalty kick, thanks
to a hand ball inside the box. We came up close on several occasions to
tie
the game but luck and time ran out on us.

WBCA – 4  4  – 8
RISD  -  4  3  – 7

Jayden E. – 4 Goals
Timothy J. – 3 Goals
Jose S. – 12 Saves

*RISD Soccer Record:* 0-3
*Next Game*: Tuesday, October 2nd vs. American School for the Deaf (3:45
P.M.)

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Riverside volleyball

Won 3-0 over Sherman Indian (25-17, 25-15, 25-8).  Record:  10-5 (4-2).
Next up: vs. Hamilton, Thurs. the 27th.

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Texas volleyball

HS Volleyball

Final:
TSD: 3.
Waco Vanguard: 2.

25-23, 15-25, 19-25, 25-17, 15-9.

Record- 17-11

Next game:  Home game against Veritas: JV @ 5:30, Varsity @  6:30p.

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St Mary’s volleyball

The lady Bisons had our home opener against Rochester yesterday afternoon.
Though we were short a key player, the girls didn’t let that stop them
from coming out strong. It was a pretty competitive game from the
beginning to the end, but the Bisons did fall in three straight sets to
the lady Wildcats. Captain, Elise Watson, kept the team on track
throughout the game as a key utility player on the floor.  Julia
Bronneberg led the team in scoring with 3 aces and 8 pts overall. Kearah
Kelly, Aleyshka Rivera and Emma Foster made some great saves that kept our
girls in the game through some tough volleys and Brionna Zuppa played her
fist full varsity game, contributing some essential passes to keep us
alive. Overall, the girls showed that if they can stay positive, they can
keep themselves in the game. Thank you to the fans that made it out
yesterday, we hope to see lots more of you for our next home game which is
Tuesday, October 2nd at 4:30.

Set scores:
18-25
6-25
18-25

Season record:
0-3

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Wisconsin volleyball

WSD Girls Volleyball won 3-2; 23-25, 25-20, 25-22, 13-25, 15-6 at Union
Grove Christian

Record 9-3

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deaf rugby

England Deaf 38 Bulgaria Deaf 25

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deaf cricket

deaf world championships at India, November 23-30

participating nations
India
England
Australia
Sri Lanka
Nepal
Bangladesh
South Africa
Pakistan
New Zealand

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random deafsports thoughts

many collegiate football players transfer when frustrated
over lack of playing time.

One unusual transfer took place with a past Gallaudet
player years ago.

He played Gallaudet football as a freshman, and was
an impact player. Feeling the need to play on a higher
collegiate level, he transferred to a hearing college.
After not getting too much playing time at that
hearing college, he transferred back to Gallaudet
for his senior and final season of play. Instead of
being a starter, he was a 60-minute player on both
offense and defense!

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DeafDigest Sports – September 26, 2018

barry@deafdigest.com
for options, click on the above deafnews tab

Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

— football games this week

— random deafsports thoughts

— volleyball updates

— soccer updates

— cross country update

— two Gallaudet updates

— Illinois hall of fame

DeafDigest Sports collections of the day
— deaf involved in past Indy 500 races (years ago)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 9/26/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

2018 football scores (as of 9/23/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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football games this week

Sep 27 South Carolina hosts SC Green Charter School
Sep 27 Florida hosts St Joseph Academy
Sep 27 Washington hosts MMK

Sep 28 Fremont at Madison Park
Sep 28 Indiana hosts Union Dugger
Sep 28 Riverside hosts Blair
Sep 28 Maryland at Texas

Sep 29 Illinois hosts Alden-Hebron
Sep 29 Phoenix at Colorado
Sep 29 Missouri at Minnesota
Sep 29 Kansas at Oklahoma
Sep 29 Arkansas at New Mexico
Sep 29 Wisconsin at Iowa
Sep 29 Tennessee at Mississippi
Sep 29 Carolinas at Georgia

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Gallaudet men’s soccer

Johnson named NEAC Men’s Soccer Offensive Player of the Week

GANSEVOORT, N.Y. – The North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC)
announced its weekly conference student-athlete of the week awards for
Sept. 24 and Gallaudet University freshman forward Chad Johnson (Gardena,
Calif.) was named Men’s Soccer Offensive Player of the Week for his
performance last week for the Bison.

Johnson led the Bison with three goals in a 1-1 week in conference play.
He scored two goals in the second half of a 2-0 win last Saturday at Penn
St.-Berks to give Gallaudet its first win over the Nittany Lions since
2012. Johnson also scored the Bison’s lone goal in an 8-1 loss to Penn
St.-Abington earlier in the week.

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Gallaudet sports information director’s big role in NCAA-III
national basketball tournament

DeafDigest Sports edition yesterday made an announcement
of Gallaudet Sports Information Director Sam Atkinson’s
big role with the NCAA-III national basketball tournament.

The story was cut off because the magazine wanted
readers to subscribe first if they wanted to read the
full story.

Here is the full story:
https://www.gallaudetathletics.com/pdf/atkinson-athletic18.pdf

note:
if Gallaudet wins the NEAC men’s basketball championship, meaning
an automatic entry in the NCAA-III tournament, then Sam Atkinson
needs to step down to avoid conflict of interest.

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Arkansas volleyball

Community Christian @ ASD

CC   25   25  25
ASD 18   10   22

Record 1 – 12

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Fremont volleyball

we played Nevada Union, Liberty, Castro Valley, and Saint Joseph Notre
Dame.  We lost all games 2 to 0 except for 2-1 to SJND but all of the
scores and games were contested.  It was mind-boggling for me to see a
school of 159 high school students compete with them all!

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Illinois hall of fame
 
from a newspaper story, as edited

Six people have been inducted into the Illinois School for the Deaf Alumni
Association Hall of Fame, including four student athletes

The association inducted David Costa, Bill Curtis, Steve Smith, Terry
Storey

Costa was a member of the Class of 1978 and played football, baseball and
track. He earned several awards and broke a number of records, including
the 440 relay that had stood since 1932.

Curtis was a member of the Class of 1976 and played basketball for ISD. He
received several distinctions, including being number one in points made,
field goals and free throws during Mike Moore’s 12 years of coaching.

Smith was a member of the Class of 1993 and participated in football and
wrestling. He broke the school’s record in tackles for losses in a
season and was the Illinois High School Association regional champion in
1992.

Storey was a member of the Class of 1968 and played football, basketball
and track. He recorded 24 wins, nine loses and two ties in football during
his four years.

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Indiana volleyball

3-1 (L) – ISD vs. Herron

Herron      25    25    14    25    3
ISD   20    20    25    21    1

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Kansas volleyball

Last night we played against KC East and lost the match 0-3.

Final Scores:

KSD: 18  16  9

KC East: 25 25 25

Player Stats:
-Avery Meza: 1 ace
-Jamaika Jones: 2 kills
-Katja Grace: 1 ace, 4 kills
-Kaylee Wells: 6 aces, 2 kills
-Ravin Greene: 3 aces, 1 assist
-Taylor Wise: 2 kills and 1 assist
-Tiadra Vang: 2 aces and 1 dig

Next Game: Oklahoma (Saturday)

Record: 8-2

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Lexington soccer

On September 15, Rhode Island played against us at the Lexington soccer
field. Steven and Victor scored. We won 2-0. On September 21, Stevenson
came and played against us at the  Lexington soccer field. Jayden, Steven,
Victor, Marvel, Heriberto, David, Tristian scored and Jovanni scored two
goals. We won the game, 9-0. our record is 2-0-0.

Tomorrow, Winston Prep will come and play against us at the  Lexington
soccer field. Thursday, our boys will pay a visit and play against
American School for the Deaf.

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Lexington volleyball

Lexington at Lawrence Woodmere Academy

LWA 3-0 (25-16, 25-11, 26-24) over Lex

Gigi Zheng led the team with 6 aces and 2 kills.
Dorgianny Flores had 9 assists.
May Tun had 3 kills.

PSAA: 0-3
Overall: 0-3

Next game at American School for the Deaf- Sept 27th.

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland Volleyball Results

Maryland Perry Hall, 3-0
Scores: 25-10, 25-10, 25-15
Record: 22-2-0

Stats
Cassidy Perry
6 kills, 1 dig, 2 blocks, 3 aces

Citrine Lummer
8 kills, 3 digs, 1 assist, 6 aces

Milana Bielucke
3 digs, 7 aces

Sascha Tansky
10 assists, 1 dig, 4 aces

Alyssa Glennon
2 kills, 8 assists, 7 aces

Rajena Guettler
5 kills

Hanna Johnston-Shaw
1 dig

Brigitta Luttrell
1 kill, 2 digs

Ariella Zfati
2 aces

Anevay Patterson
2 aces

Meghan Lubehusen
1 ace

Maryland JV beat Perry Hall, 2-0
Scores: 25-10, 25-7
Record: 9-3

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Michigan volleyball

Michigan School for the Deaf’s Lady Tartars played Faithway Christian
Academy today, 9/25/18. We were pumped and highly motivated for a win
tonight. Addison Blair was on fire tonight adding 6 kills, 16 aces, and 2
assists to her stats. We were able to set the ball up more frequently,
resulting in more attack attempts.  Even though we were attacking, we had
a
hard time putting the ball away.  Taylor Stebbins increased her receiving
percentage and it made a difference. Tartars finally received above 60%!
We gave away too many points and MSD lost 1-3. Scores were: 17-25, 25-19,
23-25, and 14-25. Our next match will be Tuesday, 10/2/18, at St. Thomas
More Academy in Burton at 5pm. It’s too close to miss it! Come support
your
Tartars. GO TARTARS!

Record 1-7

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Missouri volleyball

MSD travelled to Bunceton tonight and played against them.�The
coaches are so proud of them for continue learning and don’t give up.
Tonight scores was: 2-25 and 16-25. Rhiannon Gonzales, FR.
earned�four points for her team and Sara Farmer, So. made two points
for the team. Sara made two spikes.�The MSD girls will travel to
Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf to play on Saturday 9/29 at
9pm.�

0-4 record

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Ohio Soccer
9/24/18
OSD at Johnstown HS

Johnstown 3
OSD 0

It was raining the whole game playing on different surface-
on a turf field which was a new experience for our boys.

Record: 6-2

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Riverside volleyball

Lost 3-2 to La Sierra (25-4, 25-14, 22-25, 21-25, 13-15). 

Record:  9-5 (3-2). 

Next up:  vs. Sherman Indian, Tuesday the 25th.

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South Carolina volleyball

Dixie 25 25 25
SCSDB 11 11 9

Overall 0-7

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Texas cross country

TSD HS CROSS-COUNTRY SUMMARY: SALADO TENROC RANCH CC INVITATIONAL
Thursday, September 20, 2018.

On Thursday, September 20, the TSD HS Cross-Country Team brought 19
runners, 9 girls and 10 boys to run in the Salado HS Invitational
Cross-Country Meet at Tenroc Ranch in Salado, TX. Tenroc Ranch is an old
Texas countryside ranch, nestled between Austin and Waco, with scenic,
rolling pathways of grass, dirt road, and a couple hundred yards of paved
road, all passing through fields, crops of trees, a river and a pond, just
enough to make the grueling run a bit more pleasant.

Four girls participated in the Girls Varsity 5A-6A 5k race, while the
remaining 5 girls ran in the JV Girls 1A-6A 2-mile race.

Girls Varsity 5A-6A 5K
Jaida Scott (Sr) led the 5K female runners from TSD CC with a season best
time of  24:36. Jaida also medaled, coming in 15th place overall. Kaitlyn
Sucilla-Orozco (So.) ran in her first CC meet achieving a time of 25:30,
which is just 30 seconds off of her end-of-season CC meet from 2017.
Kaitlyn is doubling as a volleyball player and a cross-country runner.
Jordan Leach (Jr.) also ran a season best of 28:11, her 4th consecutive
season PR.  Asia Cruz (Fr.) attempted her first 5K, coming in with a time
of 40:26.

Jaida Scott, 12 – 24:36 (Season Record)
Kaitlyn Sucilla-Orozco, 10 – 25:30 (SR)
Jordan Leach, 11 – 28:11 (SR)
Asia Cruz, 9 – 40.26 (PR)

Girls JV 1A-6A 2-miler
We nearly had a full team of runners as we certainly missed the 1-2
runners who weren’t able to make it. Those who ran the 2-miler,
beginning with Freshman Patricia Sucilla-Orozco in her first HS CC Meet
(she also plays volleyball, guess it’s a family thing as her sister,
Kaitlyn, also runs CC) lead the TSD runners with a a time of 17:35.
Sophomore Kylie Jackson, PR’d with a time of 22:44. Carmelita Yalcin,
another Freshman runner, also PR’d with a time of 23:44. Sarah Sellers,
also a Freshman, ran hard, coming in with a time of 24:14. This was her
first HS CC Meet as well. Senior Jessica Davalos, PR’d with a 24:45
time.

Patricia Sucilla-Orozco, 9 – 17:35 (PR)
Kylie Jackson, 10 – 22:44 (PR)
Carmelita Yalcin, 9 – 23:44 (PR)
Sarah Sellers, 9 – 24:14 (PR)
Jessica Davalos, 12 – 24:45 (PR)

For the TSD CC Boys, 10 participated in the JV 1A-4A 5K, which is our
highest number of boys that have run in a race in TSD Cross-Country ever.
Each runner ran a Personal Best or a Season Best 5K, with some improving
by minutes from their previous 5K time. Here are their results:

Zaccarria Stein, 10, led all boys, with a 5 minute, 28-second improvement
with a personal best time of 20:22, which was good enough for 6th place
overall, winning his first ever HS CC medal. Following close by was
veteran TSD HS CC runner, Naeem Muhammed Ali, Junior, in his first CC race
of the season, took 10th overall, with a season best time of 21:05. Coming
in 3rd among the TSD runners was veteran 3rd year runner, Brody Vukmonich,
achieving a season best of 24:11. New to the team this year is Hawkins
Morgan, Freshman, improved his time by over 2 minutes from his previous 5K
and by over 5 minutes from his initial 5K, crossed the finish line in
24:48, his 3rd straight PR. Another Freshman, showing great promise is
Josue Flores as he improved by nearly 6 minutes, earning a personal best
time of 27:33. Another newcomer to TSD CC is Abdul Rahim, Freshman,
participating in his first CC meet ever, came in with a time of 34:32,
smiling as he crossed the finish line with a great sense of achievement.
And for the first time this season, we had four runners breaking the
40-minute mark: Gage Hopper, Freshman (37:54), Kristjan Varela, Sophomore
(38:01), Luis Rivera, Junior (38:09), and Willie Hanna, Junior (39:33).

Zaccarria Stein, 10 – 20:22 (PR)
Naeem Muhammed Ali, 11 – 21:05 (SR)
Brody Vukmonich, 11 – 24:11 (SR)
Hawkins Morgan, 9 – 24:48 (PR)
Josue Flores, 9 – 27:33 (PR)
Abdul Rahim, 9 – 34:32 (PR)
Gage Hopper, 9 – 37:54 (PR)
Kristjan Varela, 10 – 38:01 (PR)
Luis Rivera, 11 – 38:09 (PR)
Willie Hanna, 11 – 39:33 (PR)

Next cross-country meet will be this Saturday, September 29 at Old
Settler’s Park in Round Rock, TX hosted by McNeil HS: The McNeil
Cross-Country Invitational.

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Washington volleyball

WSD Volleyball Scores: 9/25/18

Lady Terriers 0 vs. Naselle 3
Naselle 25 – WSD 7
Naselle 25 – WSD 12
Naselle 25 – WSD 13

Record 3-2 (League 0-1)

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Western Pennsylvania soccer & volleyball

YESTERDAY’S RESULTS

SOCCER – lost to Portersville Christian, 3-1

LEAGUE RECORD: 2-5-0

OVERALL RECORD: 3-6-0

MIDDLE SCHOOL SOCCER – no game

LEAGUE RECORD: 2-1-0

OVERALL RECORD: 3-2-0

JUNIOR VARSITY VOLLEYBALL – lost to Portersville Christian, 2-0 (10-25 and 15-25)

OVERALL RECORD: 0-5-0

VARSITY VOLLEYBALL – lost to Portersville Christian, 3-0 (17-25, 15-25, and 16-25)

LEAGUE RECORD: 3-3-0

OVERALL RECORD: 4-4-0

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random deafsports thoughts

Is it really a surprise that when small hearing schools
co-op with nearby deaf schools in some sports – football
as an example, then participation by deaf students is
minimal or none at all?
 

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Hot DeafSports News at:
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— Gallaudet SID has a big basketball responsibility

— football games this week

— random deafsports thoughts

— volleyball updates

— football & soccer updates

— commercial sponsor of an offside football penalty

DeafDigest Sports collections of the day
— career of great Gallaudet athlete cut short
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 9/25/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

2018 football scores (as of 9/23/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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football games this week

Sep 27 South Carolina hosts SC Green Charter School
Sep 27 Florida hosts St Joseph Academy
Sep 27 Washington hosts MMK

Sep 28 Fremont at Madison Park
Sep 28 Indiana hosts Union Dugger
Sep 28 Riverside hosts Blair
Sep 28 Maryland at Texas

Sep 29 Illinois hosts Alden-Hebron
Sep 29 Phoenix at Colorado
Sep 29 Missouri at Minnesota
Sep 29 Kansas at Oklahoma
Sep 29 Arkansas at New Mexico
Sep 29 Wisconsin at Iowa
Sep 29 Tennessee at Mississippi
Sep 29 Carolinas at Georgia

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Gallaudet SID has a big basketball responsibillity

Meet the hoops-loving Gallaudet SID who is in charge of this season’s D3
March Madness

The email popped into Sam Atkinson’s inbox in March 2016. He opened it
and assumed immediately it was some sort of joke, or at least a mistake.
Emboldened by a change in rules that allowed staffers below the rank of
athletic director to serve on NCAA committees, Atkinson had excitedly
volunteered, figuring he’d be chosen for some small working group.

Instead, Atkinson, a sports information director (that’s sports talk for
public relations officer) had been selected as a member of the Division
III men’s basketball committee, one of the principal tasks of which is
selecting the tournament field.

To appreciate the unique absurdity of this, understand two things about a
sports information directors (SIDs): They do everything, get paid nothing
and can rank on the athletic staff totem pole somewhere between the intern
and the second assistant to the assistant video coordinator.

note:
rest of story has been cut off from public access; one has to subscribe
to read the rest of the story, Sorry!

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Illinois football

At Jacksonville, Illinois (ISD)

Illinois School for the Deaf 98
Wisconsin School for the Deaf 64

22  20  14  8   98
44  24  22  8   64

1st QTR
I- Carmona 25 yards fumble return (rush failed)
I- Carmona 35 yards rush (Carmona pass caught 2pt)
I- Carmona 1 yard pass (McNeal rush)
W- 30 yards rush (rush 2-pt)
I- Hawkins 43- yards pass (Hawkins 2-pt pass caught)
W- 37 yards rush (rush failed)
I- Hawkins 45 yards kickoff return (McNeal rush)
W- 34 yards rush (rush 2-pt)
I- McNeal 3 yards rush (rush fail)

2nd QTR
W- 60 yards pass (2-pt rush)
I- McNeal 5 yards rush (McNeal rush)
W- 70 yards rush (rush failed)
I- Mort.Ta 1 yard rush (McNeal rush)
W- 1 yard rush (rush fail)
I- Mort.Ta 45 yards kickoff return (Mort.Ta rush)

3rd QTR
I- Mort.Ta 10 yards rush (Mort.Ta rush)
W- 70 yards kickoff return (rush fail)
I- Carmona caught 20 yards passing from Mort.Ta (rush fail)
I- Taylor 37 yards fumble return (Mort.Ta rush)
W- 48 yards rush (2-pt pass complete)

4th QTR
I- Robinson 11 yards rush (Basit rush)
W- 60 yards kickoff return (2pt pass complete)

ISD 1-2        WSD 0-4

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Indiana volleyball

vs Anderson Prep. Academy

3-0

25-13, 25-18, 25-18

14-10 record

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Iowa volleyball

ISD vs Ark Deaf
23-25
28-30
25-20
10-25
Lost
——————–
ISD vs TJ Frosh (3A school)
24-26
11-25
Lost
_________________
ISD vs.  Lewis Central  (4A school) Frosh
1-25
12-25
Lost
__________
ISD vs Treynor Frosh  2A school
7-25
8-25
6-25
Lost
______________
Record as of Sept 24, 2018
0-4

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Kansas football

Saturday, September 22nd was a mild and humid day with the temperatures
descending to 60 degrees in the evening. It was Missouri School for the
Deaf’s Homecoming with KSD playing MSD in a competitive football game. MSD
scored quickly, with a score of 7-0. MSD’s hard hits against KSD were
impressive. The KSD’s boys wouldn’t give up and fought back hard. At
halftime, the score was 38 to 22 with KSD in the lead. Both teams played
hard for all four quarters. KSD won the game, 78 to 34. The game lasted
for
three and half hours, because the teams passed the ball a total of 86
times; KSD 51 times. KSD has defeated MSD for the past
three consecutive years!

KSD will leave for Oklahoma School for the Deaf this Friday, September 28
at 8:00AM. The football game against OSD will be on Saturday at 6:30 in
the
evening for their homecoming.  OSD and KSD are undefeated in the GPSD
league. KSD is looking forward to a challenging game because OSD has a
bigger team with great speed.

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Louisiana volleyball

Won/Loss Record: 1-4

September 20th: LSD VS Brighton – Loss (Varsity)
Set 1: Brighton: 25, LSD: 14
Set 2: Brighton: 25, LSD: 11
Set 3: Brighton: 26, LSD: 24

September 21st: LSD VS Ascension Christian- Loss (Varsity)
Set 1: Ascension Christian: 25, LSD: 11
Set 2: Ascension Christian: 25, LSD: 12
Set 3: Ascension Christian: 25, LSD: 6

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Marie Philip volleyball

Marie Philip School Volleyball match report.

Date: Monday September 20, 2018
Location: Marie Philip School, Framingham, MA
Result: Landmark 3, MPS 0 (26-24, 25-20, 25-20)

Yesterday we hosted the Landmark School for an IGC volleyball league
match.  The Vikings showed good concentration and obvious improvements
from last season.  Our players’ defense, fundamentals, and decision making
have been better in previous matches, and unfortunately we could not
overcome our mistakes to beat Landmark.

In the first set Landmark turned the ball over with the score 23-12. 
Sabrina and Shayla nearly pulled off a comeback win for us with their
serving, but we lost the ball with the score tied 24-24.  The Vikings
recovered to win that set 26-24.

In the second set we had a 20-16 lead, but we could not concentrate to win
that set.  We turned the ball over to Landmark’s captain, #21, and she
scored 8 unanswered service points for a thrilling second set victory for
the Vikings, 25-20.

The third set was a see-saw affair, but in the end Landmark’s #12, one of
the teams’ stars, got the serve back with the score tied 20-20.  We
couldn’t adjust to her serving and the Vikings won 25-20 to take a 3-0
match win.

We will try to go 3-3 in our league when we visit the Gann Academy for a
rematch of our home defeat this Thursday.  Our record is now 4-3 (2-3
IGC).

YESTERDAY’S STATS
Sabrina Rodrigues (Jr.) – 9 Aces, 2 Kills, 1 Assist, 2 Digs, 6 Receptions,
and 13 service points
Shayla Rochette (So.) – 6 Aces, 4 Kills, 6 Receptions, and 8 service
points
Carleigh Babbit (8th) – 4 Aces, 1 Kill, 7 Receptions, and 11 service
points
Zora Elliott-Mendelsohn (Fr.) – 2 Kills, 4 Assists, 1 Dig, and 5 service
points
Rita Child (7th) – 1 Ace, 1 Kill, 2 Assists, and 3 service points
Lily Frugugliett (Jr.) – 3 Receptions
Faith Kirlis (6th) – 1 Ace and 1 service point
Anya Sukhovtsev (7th) – 1 Assist
Chloe Martin (7th) – 1 Reception
Samantha Fernsebner (8th) – 1 service point

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 Maryland Volleyball Results

Maryland beat Open Bible, 3-0
Scores: 25-8, 25-6, 25-13
Record: 21-2-0

Stats
Cassidy Perry
10 kills, 1 dig, 1 block, 4 aces

Citrine Lummer
7 kills, 6 digs, 2 aces

Milana Bielucke
4 digs, 6 aces

Sascha Tansky
14 assists, 3 digs, 5 aces

Alyssa Glennon
11 assists, 6 aces

Rajena Guettler
2 kills

Hanna Johnston-Shaw
1 dig

Ariella Zfati
1 kill, 1 dig

Crystal Salit
2 kills, 1 dig

Anevay Patterson
1 kill, 1 dig

Meghan Lubehusen
1 kill
1 kill, 1 dig

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Michigan volleyball

Michigan School for the Deaf’s Lady Tartars took on New Life Christian
Academy today, 9/24/18. The girls are getting used to their new rotation
and the roles that they each play. They continue to improve everyday. 
They
deserve a lot of praise for staying motivated and continuing to make the
team better.  Kaylie Edwards is becoming more confident and was serving at
100% tonight along with Taylor Stebbins.  Our service receive errors is
what continues to hurt us. Despite the poor passing, Addison Blair is
accepting the role as the only setter and running everywhere trying to set
up a play.  She added 3 more kills to her stats tonight.  MSD lost 0-3;
scores were 8-25, 13-25, and 8-25. We take on Faithway Christian Academy
tomorrow on our home court at 5:30pm. GO TARTARS!

Record: 1-6

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Oklahoma volleyball

OSD vs Amber-Pocasset

12-25, 15-25,18-25

Record 2-5

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Oregon soccer

Won the game over Willamette Valley Christian with the score of 4 to 2.

Loss to Open Door Christian Academy, 4 to 7.

Sept. 24 at North Clackamas Christian

Sept 27 against Livingstone Adventist Academy

The record is 1-4.

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Rochester soccer

      Coming off a tough game against the Knights (B-squad), we
      were here to face a tougher team in Union Springs Academy
      (USA) today. With our team still slightly banged up, even
      after three days off, we knew we were going to have to
      battle extremely tough to hang with such a talented team.
      Many of our players were having to play a little roughed
      up just so we could man a full 11-team lineup. 

Unfortunately, without beating around the bush, Team USA scored
early on, and was relentless in their pursuit of pure
domination. They controlled the ball with their feet and
touch.They were able to spread the ball out with tremendous
success, leaving us quite frustrated.  We were unfortunately,
dealing with a seasoned, experienced team, with players playing
since they were toddlers. It was clearly evident they were the
better team on the pitch. We knew that, they knew that. 

However, as everyone knows, we don’t lay down for no team. We
made them work for each and every goal. Mr Radez made a
personal record in making 34 saves on the evening. He made some
Top 10 SportsCenter plays out there on the field. You could
hear the USA bench make comments of how good he was playing in
the net. 

We tried a new formation and in the first half, it took time to
get used to. At intermission, with a few adjustments, we came
out better and stronger in the second half. We held them to
less goals, and we played much better defense. 

Our bright moment of the day was our striker, Bryn Huggins, 
who playing very aggressively up front which lead to this
shining moment. She was able to take a deflected pass off a
defender and capitalized with an easy goal on net. It was a
great moment to watch. She was at the right place at the right
time. Even after the game, many of the USA athletes walked up
to Bryn and told her how impressed they were with her
aggressive play on the field. She earned a lot of respect out
there with her fierce, controlled soccer skills.

Also making some noise on the field was our very own Ben
Tantalo. He was looking like Josh Allen against the Vikings out
there. He was making some great runs, passes, and shots on
goal. He gave his all for those 4800 seconds, not even taking
one second off. As a coach, this all one can ask!

In the end, we fell 1-8, but as we all know, these “non-league”
matches are just for preparatory reasons, to get ready for our
two big tournaments, Homecoming, and ESDAA. Even though our
record does not shine us too bright, our eyes are on those
tournaments and we know we’ll be ready for our Deaf-V-Deaf
competition!

We are focused to rebound tomorrow as we try to avenge our 4-5
loss to Cornerstone Academy at their place at 4:15. This should
be another game for the ages. Come out and support us in
Brockport, we promise to put on a good show. 

Thank you again to all the friends, family , and fans that came
to support us tonight! Hope to see you all tomorrow!

Final Score

USA: 8
RSD: 1

Goals: Bryn Huggins (1)

Saves: Radez (34)

Record: 1-5

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random deafsports thoughts

Wnat is FERPA?

Spelled out in full, it is The Family Educational Rights and
Privacy Act of 1974

DeafDigest Sports is bringing this up because one school
would not allow their sports scores to be posted in the
media, thinking it is a FERPA violation.

If FERPA is strictly enforced in all deaf schools, then
DeafDigest Sports would not exist!

This is not a joke – and DeafDigest Sports is not
mentioning the school that tries to enforce FERPA
with their deaf school sports program!

Very sad!

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commercial sponsor of offside football penalty

in football, if you jump offside, it ia five-yard
penalty.

A deaf penalty?

Yes, in the Alaska Football League, which is a semi-pro
league.

In that league, an offside penalty is sponsored by
the Accurate Hearing Systems. It is a state-wide
hearing aid dealer.

Not sure what is this supposed to mean – does the
sponsor give league some money for each offsides
penalty, or the public announcement does not
just say “it is an offsides penalty” but says:

Accurate Hearing Systems offsides penalty?

 

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DeafDigest Sports – September 24, 2018

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Hot DeafSports News at:
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– professional deaf kick boxer

– football games this week

– random deafsports thoughts

– world deaf tennis championships

– volleyball updates

DeafDigest Sports collections of the day
– deaf member of national speed skating team
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 9/24/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

2018 football scores (as of 9/23/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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football games this week

Sep 27 South Carolina hosts SC Green Charter School
Sep 27 Florida hosts St Joseph Academy
Sep 27 Washington hosts MMK

Sep 28 Fremont at Madison Park
Sep 28 Indiana hosts Union Dugger
Sep 28 Riverside hosts Blair
Sep 28 Maryland at Texas

Sep 29 Illinois hosts Alden-Hebron
Sep 29 Phoenix at Colorado
Sep 29 Missouri at Minnesota
Sep 29 Kansas at Oklahoma
Sep 29 Arkansas at New Mexico
Sep 29 Wisconsin at Iowa
Sep 29 Tennessee at Mississippi
Sep 29 Carolinas at Georgia

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Indiana volleyball

defeated Riverside, 3-0

25-6, 25-10, 25-20

13-10 record

note:
Riversdide HS in Indiana; not Riverside Deaf, California

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Minnesota volleyball

September 18, 2018
Cristo Rey Jesuit High School
lost
25-14, 25-22, 25-15

September 20, 2018
international School of Minnesota
lost
19-25,17-25,18-25

0-7 record

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Missouri volleyball

We played against Kansas School for the Deaf on 9/22 for our homecoming
game..
The girls played their heart out and played their best game ever. The
coaches
were so proud of them. The scores were 9-25, 10-25, and 12-25. Every girl
on the team earned one or more points each for their team. The highest
points
were 3 points that goes to Kayla Nichols, SO. Addi Tapella, SO, Sara
Farmer,
SO. and Julia Stafford, FR. earned 2 points for their team. Rhinannon
Gonzales,
FR. and Cristin Kohl, Fr. both earned 1 points for their team. We will
travel
Bunceton tomorrow night (9/25) at 6pm.

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Phoenix volleyball

PDSD 25     11     25    28
WSD    21     25    16     26

PDSD  25     25     25
ASDB   14     12      22

Stats for both games:

Maddie Fears: 3 digs, 14 aces, 16 kills, 1 assist
Kiana Vazquez: 4 digs, 5 aces, 1 kill, 1 assist
Selina Hernandez: 1 ace, 1 kill
Yosseline Espinoza: 9 digs, 20 aces, 5 kills, 22 assists
Isabel Ballard: 3 digs, 2 aces, 4 kills
Zoe Abrams-Gay: 3 aces
Joannah Vasel: 1 kill
Jackie Albert: 2 kills
Melissa Sanchez: 1 dig, 4 aces, 2 kills, 3 assists

2-5 record

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deaf tennis

Going on right now is the Deaf World Tennis Championship,
taking place at Antalaya, Turkey.

DeafDigest Sports editor does not think there are players
from USA at that championship.

Same old story – need to raise funds, which can get quite
tiresome.

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random deafsports thoughts

speaking of deaf tennis above, DeafDigest Sports cannot
forget an incident involving a top deaf tennis player.
The player knew no sign language, and was interviewed by
DeafDigest Sports editor during the 1993 Deafylmpics
in Sofia, Bulgaria (on behalf of the now-closed
Silent News).

The player was so terrified of being interviewed, even
when it was done orally that the player ran away from
the interview.

The player was playing tennis for a NCAA-I program.

DeafDigest Sports editor has interviewed countless
athletes, both active and retired, over the years,
both ASL and oral – and this was the only one that
ended in a disaster!

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professional deaf kick boxer

The K-1 Cruiserweight Tournament Card takes place today
in Japan.

One of the kick boxers is Goshyu Masanobu, Japan.

A sports writer described him as:
Widely considered to be the toughest and physically strongest Japanese
kickboxer at his weight

He is deaf. Been deaf all his life.

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Hot DeafSports News at:
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– Saturday football scores

– Iowa football refuses to give up

– Gallaudet updates, including a stunning men’s soccer upset win

– random deafsports thoughts

– football & volleyball & soccer updates

DeafDigest Sports collections of the day
– football mysteries in some deaf schools
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 9/23/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

2018 football scores (as of 9/23/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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Thursday scores
Louisiana 48 Oklahoma 20

St Johns Country Day 47 Florida 6

Friday scores
Texas 66 Model 0

Maryland 23 Central Maryland Christian 0

Walsh 58 Colorado 6
Burton 48 Fremont 14
Jacksonville Christian Academy 34 Georgia 6
Bloomington Christian 58 Riverside 6

Saturday scores
Illinois 98 Wisconsin 64
Indiana 46 Alabama 0
Kansas 78 Missouri 34
New Mexico 92 Iowa 12
Phoenix 60 Washington 14

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Gallaudet women’s cross country

Bison women’s team place 11th at Hornet Harrier

WINCHESTER, Va. – The Gallaudet University women’s cross country team
finished 11th out of 12 teams at the Hornet Harrier meet Saturday hosted
by Shenandoah University. The Bison accumulated 308 team points on the
hilly course in Kernstown Battlefield

Gallaudet freshman Sierra Pratt (Katy, Texas) was the first Bison to
finish in 56th place with a time of 23:54.3. Sophomore Taylor Nguyen
(Ballwin, Mo.) was the second Bison to cross the finish line in 76th place
(25:33.7). Junior Fatuma Ali (Tucson, Ariz.) was Gallaudet’s third runner
to complete the course in 28:06.3 in 91st place followed by freshman Maria
Guzman Mejia (Bronx, N.Y.) in 97th place (29:25.3) and sophomore Jessalyn
Wortham (Chandler, Ariz.) in 102nd place (31:52.4).

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Gallaudet men’s cross country

Gallaudet men’s cross country team finish 13th at Hornet Harrier

WINCHESTER, Va. – The Gallaudet University men’s cross country team
finished 13th out of 14 teams at the Hornet Harrier hosted by Shenandoah
University on Saturday. The Bison tallied 390 team points as they ran
up-and-down the hilly cross country course at Kernstown Battlefield.

Freshman Jared Spinale (Camby, Ind.) was Gallaudet’s top finisher as he
crossed the finish line in 80th place with a time of 23:58.3. Junior
Dalton Attanasi (Hammonton, N.J.) followed in 94th place (25:45.1). Junior
Kai Christenberry (Birmingham, Ala.) was the third Bison to finish in 95th
place (25:48.5) while the duo of freshmen Liam Painter (Edgewood, N.M.)
and Peter Tran placed 99th (26:19.2) and 100th (26:19.9), respectively, to
round out GU’s top five runners.

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Gallaudet football

team had a bye date

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Gallaudet volleyball

Gallaudet sweeps NEAC crossover Saturday in New York

COBLESKILL, N.Y. – The Gallaudet University women’s volleyball team
traveled north to play against SUNY Poly and SUNY Cobleskill in two North
Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) matches Saturday and came away with two
conference wins.

Gallaudet (6-7, 3-0 NEAC) dropped the first set, 22-25, to SUNY Poly
(4-11, 2-2 NEAC) to begin the day but didn’t drop another set the rest of
the day. The Bison took the next three sets against 25-12, 25-14, 25-17.
In the second match, blanked the Fighting Tigers 25-17, 25-21, 25-15 to
complete the sweep.

note:
The 6-7 overall record is misleading. The coaching staff schedules
matches against some of the nation’s top NCAA-III teams in order to
toughen them for the all-important conference meets. So far Gallaudet
is unbeaten in conference play – but it is early in the season.

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Gallaudet women’s soccer

Bison fall to five-time defending NEAC champions on the road

READING, Pa. – The Gallaudet University women’s soccer team faced a tough
task Saturday on the road going up against Penn St.-Berks, the five-time
defending North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) champions. The Nittany
Lions shut out the Bison, 10-0.

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Gallaudet men’s soccer

READING, Pa. – The Gallaudet University men’s soccer team stunned Penn
St.-Berks on the road Saturday with a 2-0 shutout in a North Eastern
Athletic Conference (NEAC) game.

On a blustery and autumn-inspired Saturday afternoon, Gallaudet (3-4, 2-2
NEAC) fended off the Nittany Lions (3-5-1, 1-3 NEAC) for a hard-wrought
victory with two second-half goals. Freshman forward Chad Johnson
(Gardena, Calif.) scored back-to-back goals in the 56th and 81st minute.

Johnson put GU on the board at the 55:58 mark as he flipped the ball up
over the head of Nittany Lion goalie Trent Johnson (six saves). The Bison
continued to put pressure on the Penn St.-Berks defense and goal. Freshman
defender Julien Cano (Avondale, Ariz.) took a corner kick for GU in the
79th minute and two minutes later the Bison found the back of the net
again. Senior midfielder Tim Artinian (Rochester, N.Y.) sent a cross into
the goalie box where Johnson fired a shot inside the left post.

Freshman goalie Shane Angel (Mechanicsville, Md.) made seven saves in the
win.

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Florida volleyball

September 20, 2018     FSDB vs. First Coast Christian           Away
0-8         0-5

(District)

FSDB
25
22
22
21

First Coast Christian
12
25
25
25

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Illinois football

it was a 6-man game with Wisconsin but with 8-man rules

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Iowa football

Lost to New Mexico today, 92-12. We were playing without our first 2
quarterbacks, one is injured, the other had to go home for the weekend for
a family event. We only had 7 players available for the game. Our 3rd
string QB started, but was knocked out early in the 2nd quarter with an
injury, so we finished with 6.  Almost called the game at halftime while
trailing 74-12, but our remaining players wanted to play on and not give
up.

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Kansas volleyball

Yesterday afternoon our Lady Jackrabbits played against the Eagles.  We
beat them in three straight sets.

Final score:

KSD: 25  25  25
MSD: 9   10   12

Player Stats:
-Alina Symansky: 2 aces
-Dominique Emerson: 10 aces and 1 kill
-Jamaika Jones: 3 aces and 1 kill
-Katja Grace: 1 ace, 1 kill and 1 assist
-Kaylee Wells: 5 aces and 1 kill
-Ravin Green: 3 aces
-Tiadra Vang: 13 aces, 1 kill and 3 assists.

Team Record: 8-1

Next games: KC East and Oklahoma

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Marie Philip soccer

Marie Philip School Galloping Ghosts Varsity Soccer team hosted our
homecoming game against America School for the Deaf. We led 1-0 as Jasper
Damas scored in the first half.

In early second half, MPS defensive line made an error which led ASD to
score a goal and tied the game. However, a short moment later, Bradley
Johnstad got his first career goal, and Ty Looney got an assist. It was a
great battle for us to win our homecoming game.

MPS 2
ASD 1

Next game: September 28th @ Commonwealth School

Record: 2-1

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Marie Philip School Volleyball match report.

Date: Saturday September 22, 2018
Location: Marie Philip School, Framingham, MA
Result: MPS 3 ASD 0 (25-13, 25-12, 25-9)

Today we hosted the American School for the Deaf for our annual Homecoming
volleyball match.  All of our Lady Ghosts contributed in a strong straight
set victory for us.  The Tigers were not able to bring a few of their
players for today but they tried their best with only six players.  There
was great sportsmanship by both teams today.  We look forward to seeing
ASD again next week in the Deaf Awareness Week tournament at the Lexington
School for the Deaf.  Our season record is now 4-2 (2-2 league).  Our next
match is this Monday at 4 P.M. against ICG league opponent Landmark
School.

TODAY’S STATS
Sabrina Rodrigues (Jr.) – 14 Aces, 3 Kills, 1 Assist, 6 Receptions, and 14
service points
Shayla Rochette (So.) – 5 Aces, 2 Kills, 2 Assists, 4 Receptions, and 4
service points
Zora Elliott-Mendelsohn (Fr.) – 7 Aces, 1 Dig, 2 Assists, and 8 service
points
Rita Child (7th) – 2 Aces, 1 Kill, 2 Assists, and 9 service points
Samantha Fernsebner (8th) – 2 Aces, 1 Kill, 1 Reception, and 3 service
points
Lily Fruguglietti (Jr.) – 1 Ace, 1 Assist, 1 Reception, and 3 service
points
Carleigh Babbit (8th) – 4 Aces, 1 Reception, and 6 service points
Anya Sukhovtsev (7th) – 1 Ace, 1 Reception, and 1 service point
Faith Kirlis (6th) – 1 Ace and 1 service point
Chloe Martin (7th) – 3 Receptions
Amabelys Cordero (Sr.) – 1 Kill

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Maryland Volleyball Results

Maryland at Oakdale Volleyball Tournament
Frederick, MD
September 22, 2018

ROUND ROBIN
Maryland beat Chesapeake High School, 3-0
Scores: 25-22, 25-20, 15-9

Maryland lost to Oakdale High School, 0-3
Scores: 19-25, 19-25, 6-15

Maryland beat Roland Park, 3-0
Scores: 25-13, 25-15, 15-9

PLAYOFFS
Quarterfinals
Maryland beat Century High School, 2-1
Scores: 20-25, 25-15, 15-12

Semifinals
Maryland lost to Oakdale, 2-0
Scores: 10-25, 18-25
Record: 20-2-0

Stats
Cassidy Perry
4 kills, 6 digs, 1 block

Citrine Lummer
3 kills, 5 digs, 1 ace

Milana Bielucke
4 digs

Sascha Tansky
4 assists

Alyssa Glennon
4 assists, 1 ace

Rajena Guettler
3 kills

Brigitta Luttrell
4 digs

Hanna Johnston-Shaw
2 digs

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Missouri football

KSD won 78 to MSD 35.

They were really athletic and put it on us.  Mistakes and too many turnovers
cost us again.  We will have to get back to work and try to clean those
things up.   We head to Minnesota for another hard game. Our record it now
0-2.

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Model volleyball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 0
Sidwell Friends High School: 2

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 2
Riverdale Baptist School: 1

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 2
Bullis School: 0

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 2
Mount Airy Christian Academy: 1

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 2
School Without Walls: 1

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Phoenix Homecoming Day

Football:
Phoenix 60, Washington SD 14
Next Up: at Colorado SD on 9/29/18
Record: 2-4

Volleyball:
Phoenix 3, Washington 1
Phoenix 3, Arizona 0
Washington 3, Arizona 1

Record: 2-6

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Rhode Island soccer

Our first home game was supposed to take place on Tuesday 9/18, but it got
postponed due to the heavy rain effects from Hurricane Florence
(rescheduled for 9/26). So our first home game would be on Friday against
Blackstone Valley Prep. It was a beautiful, cool New England fall kind of
afternoon – perfect conditions for a soccer game!

We started out strong with a lot of energy and enthusiasm as our students
were hungry to earn their first win of the season! We got our first goal
of
the season less than 20 minutes into the first half on a nice goal by our
midfielder Jayden. BVP showed a strong motion game, connecting on a lot of
their passes as they tried to break through our defense, which held strong
up to this point. Eventually BVP was able to sneak in a goal inside the
box
to tie the game 1-1 before halftime.

We were tied – but it was up to our kids to maintain our defensive energy
while providing enough support to the offense so we could reclaim the
lead.
Soccer is a long game and it can only be won through preserving and play
the second half as strong as we did in the first half. Our team’s energy
took a dip in the second half and we gave up three unanswered goals
through
miscommunications with our substitutes as we moved players around in order
to balance our players’ energy. We were able to score a goal on a penalty
kick to cut BVP’s lead to 4-2 with little over 12 minutes left. We
couldn’t
get another goal in and lost the game 5-2.

BVP  -  1  4   – 5
RISD -  1  1   – 2

Jayden E. – 1 Goal
Timothy J. – 1 Goal (PK)
Jose S. – 9 Saves

RISD Soccer Record: 0-2
Next Game: Tuesday, September 25 vs. Community Prep

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random deafsports thoughts

Those that follow big time college football know that
Old Dominion upset Virginia Tech.

Way back in the sixties, Old Dominion became a new
member of the Mason-Dixon Conference. Gallaudet
was a long time charter member of that conference.

Anyway, the Old Dominion wrestling team started
winning all these individual conference wrestling
championships.

In 1966, two Gallaudet wrestlers upset their
Old Dominion opponents, reaching the conference
championship finals. The hearing fans cheered
for Gallaudet as they were tired of Old Dominion
sweeping up these championships!

Both Gallaudet wrestlers, by the way, lost in the
finals – but at least they were able to eliminate
their Old Dominion opponents.

Years later, the conference folded and Old Dominion
moved up to NCAA-I and Gallaudet dropped wrestling
as a varsity program.

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DeafDigest Sports – September 22, 2018

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Hot DeafSports News at:
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– Friday football scores

– today football games

– random deafsports thoughts

– cross country & football & volleyball & soccer updates

DeafDigest Sports collections of the day
– Notre Dame football, deaf starter on offensive line
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 9/22/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

2018 football scores (as of 9/22/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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Thursday scores
Louisiana 48 Oklahoma 20

St Johns Country Day 47 Florida 6

Friday scores
Texas 66 Model 0

Maryland 23 Central Maryland Christian 0

Walsh 58 Colorado 6
Burton 48 Fremont 14
Jacksonville Christian Academy 34 Georgia 6
Bloomington Christian 58 Riverside 6

Saturday games
Sep 22 Kansas at Missouri
Sep 22 Wisconsin at Illinois
Sep 22 Washington at Phoenix
Sep 22 Indiana at Alabama
Sep 22 New Mexico at Iowa

cancelled
Sep 20 Carolinas at Tennessee (Carolinas area flood)
Sep 22 Michigan at Minnesota (visiting team has lack of players)
Sep 22 South Carolina at Mississippi (Carolinas area flood)

at this point, not sure if the cancelled games would be made up

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American volleyball

On 9/18 the game scheduled against Cornerstone Christian was rained out
due to field conditions in Manchester.

On 9/20:

Girls Volleyball traveled to Torrington Christian Academy. The team was
playing shorthanded with just 6 players facing a strong Torrington squad.
ASD dropped the first two games 5-25 and 15-25 before winning their first
set 25-18. ASD was not able to rally as Torrington took the last set
18-25. Girls Volleyball team drops to 0-3 on the season.

Boys Soccer faced a strong Torrington Christian Academy squad. Torrington
raced out to an early lead with crisp passing and a strong attack. ASD was
able to volley back with two goals from Johan Garafalo but was unable to
slow the Torrington squad attack falling 2-6 to TCA. Tigers drop to 0-2 on
the season.

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Arizona cross country

part of newspaper story

Los Mezquites Cross Country Invitational at Kennedy Park

Arizona Deaf is one of the participating teams

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Illinois volleyball

Illinois Scores vs. Westfair Christian Academy

Volleyball

18 – 25, 7 – 25 lost

0 – 8 record

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Lexington Volleyball

2018-2019 Volleyball season.

9/18/
Martin Luther 3-0 (25-8, 25-8, 25-14) over Lexington.

Gigi Zheng had 2 kills. Dorgianny Flores had 2 assists and 2 kills

Record:
PSAA 0-1
Overall: 0-1

9/20
Evangel Christians 3-0 (25-12, 25-15, 25-23) over Lexington

May tun had 4 kills.
Gigi Zheng had 4 kills, 3 aces
Dorgianny Flores had 4 aces and 3 assists.

Record:
PSAA: 0-2
Overall: 0-2

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Marie Phillip volleyball

Location: Cambridge School of Weston, Weston, MA
Result: MPS 3, CSW 0 (25-14, 25-15, 25-20)

The Marie Philip School Lady Ghosts started our Homecoming weekend by
visiting the Cambridge School of Weston for an IGC league match.  The
support from our school at the pep rally earlier today galvanized our
players and we controlled most of the match.  Zora had an incredible
serving match!

In the 1st set Zora set the tone by starting us with 8 consecutive service
points.  Our other servers picked up from where she left off and we won
25-14.

In the 2nd set, Zora rallied the Lady Ghosts from a 15-9 deficit to a
25-15 set win with 15 consecutive service points!  A lot of credit is
shared by her teammates as all the girls played disciplined defense and
made good judgements and decisions on the fly.

Our serving was more balanced in the third set, and all three of our
available subs made great aces and kills.  The Gryphons continued to play
hard, but we were able to hold on for a 25-20 set win and 3-0 match
victory.

Our next match is tomorrow (Saturday) as we will host the American School
for the Deaf for Homecoming Day.  Our match will start at 12 P.M.  Our
season record is now 3-2 (2-2 IGC).

TODAY’S STATS
Sabrina Rodrigues (Jr.) – 5 Aces, 1 Kill, 1 Assist, 3 Receptions, and 7
service points
Zora Elliott-Mendelsohn (Fr.) – 17 Aces, 2 Kills, 8 Assists, and 33
service points
Lily Fruguglietti (Jr.) – 2 Aces, 1 Reception, 1 Dig, and 2 service points
Shayla Rochette (So.) – 1 Kill, 1 Reception, 1 Assist
Samantha Fernsebner (8th) – 1 Ace, 4 Receptions, and 4 service points
Carleigh Babbit (8th) – 3 Aces, 1 Reception, and 3 service points
Rita Child (7th) – 1 Kill, 2 Assists, and 3 service points
Amabelys Cordero (Sr.) – 2 Kills
Anya Sukhovtsev (7th) – 1 Kill

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Maryland football

Central Maryland Christian (1-3) – 0
MSD (4-0) – 23

CMC           0       0        0     0     0
MSD           0      7        3      13    23

Scoring Summary
M – Long 3yd run (Pufhan kick)
M – Pufhan 31yd Field Goal
M – Sheppeck 19yd run (Pufhan kick)
M – Werner 32yd run (Kick failed)

Individual Stats
Rushing:
Jason Werner: 23-197; 1 TD
Ethan Sheppeck: 9-73; 1 TD

Passing:
Rory Lewis: 2-4-15

Receiving:
Truth Dorsette: 1-9
Eric Long: 1-6

Miguel Pavao led the team with 9 tackles. Jason Werner had 2.5 sacks.
Rayston Fonseca also made a sack. Truth Dorsette made an interception and
returned for 63 yards.

Total Yards :
MSD: 355 (340 rushing/15 passing)
CMC: 171 (28 rushing/143 passing)

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Model football

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Football

Football

Date: Friday, September 21, 2018 at 7:30 PM

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 0

Texas School for the Deaf HS: 66

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Model soccer

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Soccer

Soccer

Date: Friday, September 21, 2018 at 4:00 PM

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 5

Grace Brethren Christian School: 0

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Riverside Volleyball

Lost 3-0 to Eastside Christian (18-25, 18-25, 20-25).  Record:  9-3.

Lost 3-2 to United Christian Academy (17-25, 25-23, 25-18, 24-26, 13-15).
Record: 9-4 (3-1).  Next up:  vs. La Sierra Academy, Monday the 24th.

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random deafsports thoughts

Six and eight man football rules can be confusing

some games are played on a 100 yard football field

some games are played on a 80 yard football field

some six man games allow quarterback to hand off the ball

some six man games require quarterback to pitch out

some states enforce 45-point blow out rule

some states allow game to continue even if it is a blow out

and in some cases, the home team decides the game
rules, catching opponents off guard, trying to
re-learn few minutes before the game starts!

even with 11 man football, some states do not allow
blocking below the waist

And so on!

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Hot DeafSports News at:
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– Gallaudet volleyball win

– football scores

– random deafsports thoughts

– volleyball & soccer updates

DeafDigest Sports collections of the day
– unusual switch in college sports
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 9/21/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

2018 football scores (as of 9/21/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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Thursday scores
Louisiana 48 Oklahoma 20

St Johns Country Day 47 Florida 6

Friday
Sep 21 Texas at Model
Sep 21 Fremont at Burton
Sep 21 Riverside at Bloomington Christian
Sep 21 Maryland hosts Central Maryland Christian
Sep 21 Colorado hosts Walsh
Sep 21 Georgia at Jacksonville Christian Academy

Saturday
Sep 22 Kansas at Missouri
Sep 22 Wisconsin at Illinois
Sep 22 Washington at Phoenix
Sep 22 Indiana at Alabama
Sep 22 New Mexico at Iowa

cancelled
Sep 20 Carolinas at Tennessee (Carolinas area flood)
Sep 22 Michigan at Minnesota (visiting team has lack of players)
Sep 22 South Carolina at Mississippi (Carolinas area flood)

at this point, not sure if the cancelled games would be made up

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Gallaudet volleyball

Bison chomp Gators with 3-1 win

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University women’s volleyball team defeated
Notre Dame of Maryland University, 3-1, in a non-conference match here
Thursday night before a raucous and spirited crowd in the Field House.

The match was originally scheduled for earlier this week on Tuesday, but
was postponed due to a slippery court in Baltimore.

Gallaudet (4-7) and NDMU (10-2) were closely matched as each set was
fairly tight throughout the duration of the match. The Bison took the
first set 25-19 but fell behind early in the second set and couldn’t
recover as the Gators bit back and won 16-25 to tie the match. The Bison
refocused but continued to allow the Gators to linger around before GU put
them away in the third set, 25-17, and fourth set, 25-21

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Colorado Volleyball
9/20/2018

Lost to Elbert
6-25, 8-25, 7-25

Our record is 0 win 6 lost

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Delaware volleyball

These are the results from last nights’ game.

The first volleyball game stats against Aquinas(JV):
Match 1: DSD 7-Aquinas25
Match 2: DSD 13- Aquinas 25
Match 3: DSD 15- Aquinas 25

DSD is now 0-1

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Illinois volleyball

Illinois School for the Deaf Volleyball Scores

9/18/18  Illinois vs. Calhoun

8 – 25, 8 – 25

record 0 – 7

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Indiana volleyball

lost to Herron, 3-1

20-25, 20-25, 25-14, 25-21

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Louisiana football

It was an incredible day to play football as it was a very physical game
back and forth. We were leading 26-12 at halftime and then we settled down
on defense to stop them and ran away with a final score of 48-20.

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Marie Philip volleyball

Location: Marie Philip School, Framingham, MA
Result: Marie Philip School 3, Newman 0 (25-9, 25-13, 25-20)

Today the Marie Philip School had an IGC league home match against the
Newman School.  The Cardinal are new to our league and are rebuilding this
season after a convincing 3-1 win against us in a friendly match last
year.  Our Lady Ghosts got a few mistakes out of the way early in our sets
and stuck to our game plan to control the pace of the match.  We were able
to get everyone at least two sets today.  Our next match will be another
league match tomorrow as we visit the Cambridge School of Weston.  Our
record is now 2-2 (1-2 IGC).

TODAY’S STATS
Zora Elliott-Mendelsohn (Fr.) – 12 Aces, 2 Kills, 3 Assists, and 13
service points
Sabrina Rodrigues (Jr.) – 10 Aces, 2 Kills, 2 Receptions, and 12 service
points
Rita Child (7th) – 1 Ace, 2 Assists, 1 Reception, and 6 service points
Shayla Rochette (So.) – 2 Aces, 2 Receptions, and 2 service points
Carleigh Babbit (8th) – 1 Ace, 2 Receptions, and 3 service points
Lily Fruguglietti (Jr.) – 3 Aces and 10 service points
Amabelys Cordero (Sr.) -  1 Kill and 1 service point
Samantha Fernsebner (8th) – 2 service points

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland Volleyball Results

Maryland JV beat The Bullis School, 2-0
Scores: 25-15, 25-12
Record: 8-3

Maryland beat The Bullis School, 3-0
Scores: 26-24, 25-23, 25-16
Record: 17-0-0

Stats
Cassidy Perry
13 kills, 1 dig, 1 block, 1 assist, 3 aces

Citrine Lummer
3 kills, 7 digs, 1 ace

Milana Bielucke
7 digs, 2 aces

Sascha Tansky
11 assists, 2 digs

Alyssa Glennon
7 assists, 1 kill, 3 digs, 7 aces

Rajena Guettler
8 kills

Hanna Johnston-Shaw
4 digs

Ariella Zfati
1 kill, 1 dig, 2 aces

Crystal Salit
2 digs

Anevay Patterson
1 assist

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Michigan volleyball

Michigan School for the Deafяяs Lady Tartars travelled to Landmark
Academy today, 9/20/18. We are trying to adjust to a new rotation, while
assigning permanent positions. Once we practice this rotation more and
become comfortable, it will be a great adjustment. Kaylie Edwards was able
to get more game time in and even got 4 aces tonight. Violetta Colter was
serving at 100%.  Our service reception was rough tonight and Landmark won
0-3. Scores were 8-25, 10-25, and 8-25. We played a couple more sets to
get some practice in and was able to beat them once. Thank you Landmark
for the extra practice! Our next match will be HOME against New Life
Christian Academy on Monday, 9/24/18, at 5pm. GO TARTARS!

Record 1-5

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Model volleyball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Volleyball

Volleyball

Date: Thursday, September 20, 2018 at 4:00 PM

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 0

Bishop Ireton HS: 3

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Rochester soccer

Even though our 1-3 record doesn’t show are true
potential, we know we are a lot better than what our
record indicates. When the Red Knights drove up to 1545
St. Paul Street, game was on! We were definitely looking
to bounce back and get a “W’” on the board. The Knights
were also looking for their first win of the season as
well. With two evenly matched teams, I knew we were in
for another doozy.
Just when I thought we’d have our full lineup for the very
first time, a student-athlete has been sent home sick with a
high fever. The curse continues on, but we still have 13
willing and able Wildcat Warriors ready to slash these
Knights.

This was our strongest lineup though since the start of the
year, and the game looked promising for us. There was an aura
about our team that was screaming, “WIN!” “WIN!” “WIN!”
Students were motivated, getting in a good warm up prior to the
game, receptive to coaches’ feedback. All tell-tale signs
something great was about to happen here on our field. The
initial scouting report on Knights looked encouraging for the
Wildcats as well. We felt we had more speed in most positions,
and they only had a tad more experience than us, but as we all
know, we make that up in our grittiness on the pitch.

Our first true sign of something good was about to occur this
fine evening, just occurred right before the start of the game.
The Wildcats won the COIN TOSS!!!!! RSD was able to ensure that
the Knights’ goalie was looking into the sun during the second
half. Everything was going to plan at this point. After the
customary handshakes and referee discussion, teams went to
their coaches for one last meeting of the minds. We had our
game plan, and we were ready to execute.

For the first time this year, our very own, Bode Aggas was
starting, hoping to give our offense a well-needed boost. Here
we go, the whistle has blown, and off we went. Early on, teams
were feeling each other out, getting their marks, and learning
each other’s tendencies. Both teams had some tough
opportunities early on to get on the board, but with both teams
having well-seasoned goalies in net, both teams were kept
scoreless.

However, in the 21st minute, The Scarlet Knights were first to
get on the scoreboard with a beautiful shot that just snuck by
Radez. This was not exactly how we drew up the game plan, but
we have been here countless times on several occasions, We were
not phased by it at all, knowing very well there still was 60
minutes of soccer to be played.

Just 10 minutes later in the game, Coates steals the ball on
our side of the field by the penalty box. You could see the
controlled-rage as I like to call it in his eyes and the
coaching staff knew exactly what he was going to do. He was
going to be a playmaker and make something happen here and now!
He was going to do something special here that the NDIAA should
take notice of. Come November 1st, there is going to be some
chit-chat about this captain on the RSD Team.

Back to the game, as Coates was on full-blown Auto Pilot as he
was jostling through various defenders. He gets by 3 defenders
with relative ease and is now at midfield with a 4 flat line to
beat. Thomas Coates was the fastest individual on this field
and he was about to put on a little show for the hometown
crowd. With a blink of an eye he was 1-1 on with the goalie,
and he just let that ball go, and it was going straight to the
far post, but would it hit or just sneak in?!?! We knew the
goalie had no chance, our biggest enemy at this point was the
post.

And just like that, reminiscent of McCoy’s legendary 75 yard
touchdown run against the Jaguars to propel the Bills to an
amazing victory in that wondrous game of ’16 at Rich Stadium,
the Wildcats have evened the score courtesy of Coates! Similar
to McCoy just coming of the injured reserve, so was Coates.
Could this be the jumpstart RSD needed to get us where we
needed to go!?!?!

We took that momentum into halftime with the score notched at 1
apiece. Coaches went over the a few things, just a few tweaks,
but overall, both teams were playing excellent soccer.
Hopefully, with a couple adjustments, some H20 in the system,
and some well needed rest for our starters, we’d be able to
come out of the gate, ready to take the lead.

Unfortunately for us, just 10 minutes into the second half, the
Knights drew up a textbook play that coaches dream of to see
come to fruition. Knights carry the ball to the corner, draw
the defense out, offense shoots a beautiful cross, and one of
the Knights hits a beautiful one-timer to regain the lead 2-1.
Here we are again, our backs against the wall. Do we crumble or
do we rise?!?! You don’t need me to answer that do you?

We kept the pressure on, and as always, we were relentless. We
were playing with even more intensity and tenacity now that
we’re down by 1. We were definitely moving in the right
direction. And there it was….the opportunity we needed. A
beautiful blast from just inside the box, deflected by the
goalie, but our very own Michalek who was crashing the goal,
was right there to get a second attempt on it. He takes a shot,
but just came up short, and the Knights escaped one right
there. Few moments later, on a transition, the Knights moved up
the ball well to our side of the field, and from the outside, a
beautiful deep arching shot that we knew we cause problems if
Radez didn’t make a clean, secure catch. Ball is deflected off
him, and a Knights attacker was there to put it in to take a
commanding 3-1 lead. Knights win 3-1.

Another tough loss for the Wildcats, but another promising
game. Fortunately, for the RSD Wildcats, we’ll get another
attempt at these Knights on their field. I’m quite confident,
we are capable of defeating this team, and we’re going to be
ready come next time. For now though, the game is in the books,
and we look forward to today’s practice. We’ll work hard, and
we’ll be ready come next week when we have 3 games!

Thank you again for all the fans that came out and our Inner
Circle Booster Club for providing all the nutritious snacks and
drinks for post-game festivities (and all the previous games as
well)! They are greatly appreciated.

Final Score:

Knights: 3
RSD: 1

League Record: 1-4
Overall Record: 1-4

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South Carolina volleyball

SCSDB 6 12 10
High point academy 25 25 25

Overall record: 0-6

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Western Pennsylvania volleyball & soccer

YESTERDAY’S RESULTS

SOCCER – lost to First Baptist, 2-4

LEAGUE RECORD: 2-4-0

OVERALL RECORD: 2-5-0

MIDDLE SCHOOL SOCCER – no game

LEAGUE RECORD: 2-1-0

OVERALL RECORD: 3-2-0

JUNIOR VARSITY VOLLEYBALL – lost to First Baptist, 2-1 (14-25, 25-13, and
14-16)

OVERALL RECORD: 0-4-0

VARSITY VOLLEYBALL – beat First Baptist, 3-0 (25-14, 25-17, and 25-23)

LEAGUE RECORD: 3-2-0

OVERALL RECORD: 4-3-0

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random deafsports thoughts

maxpreps football stories is a cookie cutter. All pre-game
previews and post-game results look all the same. Something
automated is in their pre-game and post-game software. This
is the reason why DeafDigest Sports avoids these maxpreps
cookie cutter stories!

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Hot DeafSports News at:
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– Gallaudet soccer updates

– heated soccer battle between two good deaf teams

– two more football games cancelled

– random deafsports thoughts

– football & volleyball & soccer & cross country updates

DeafDigest Sports collections of the day
– deaf players in Canadian Football League over the years
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 9/20/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

2018 football scores (as of 9/16/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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upcoming football games

Thursday
Sep 20 Florida hosts St Johns Country Day
Sep 20 Louisiana at Oklahoma

Friday
Sep 21 Texas at Model
Sep 21 Fremont at Burton
Sep 21 Riverside at Bloomington Christian
Sep 21 Maryland hosts Central Maryland Christian
Sep 21 Colorado hosts Walsh
Sep 21 Georgia at Jacksonville Christian Academy

Saturday
Sep 22 Kansas at Missouri
Sep 22 Wisconsin at Illinois
Sep 22 Washington at Phoenix
Sep 22 Indiana at Alabama
Sep 22 New Mexico at Iowa

cancelled
Sep 20 Carolinas at Tennessee (Carolinas area flood)
Sep 22 Michigan at Minnesota (visiting team has lack of players)
Sep 22 South Carolina at Mississippi (Carolinas area flood)

at this point, not sure if the cancelled games would be made up

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Gallaudet men’s soccer

Bison fall to defending NEAC champions at home under the lights

WASHINGTON – It was an uphill battle for the Gallaudet University men’s
soccer team here Wednesday night under the lights at Hotchkiss Field as
the Bison played host to Penn St.-Abington, the defending North Eastern
Athletic Conference (NEAC) champions.

Penn St.-Abington (5-2, 3-0 NEAC) scored 10 minutes into the match and
continued to score at will en route to an 8-1 win over Gallaudet (2-4, 1-2
NEAC).

In the second half, Penn St.-Abington picked up where it left off with
four more goals before Gallaudet got on the scoreboard in the 87th minute.

Sophomore Sean O’Callaghan (San Diego, Calif.) booted a high-arcing pass
from midfield into the Nittany Lion goalie box where freshman forward Chad
Johnson (Gardena, Calif.) got his foot on the ball and netted his fourth
goal of the season.

Freshman goalie Shane Angel (Mechanicsville, Md.) made nine saves in the
loss.

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Gallaudet women’s soccer

GU drops conference game to Penn St.-Abington

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University women’s soccer team was shut out
here Wednesday evening by Penn St.-Abington, 4-0, in a North Eastern
Athletic Conference (NEAC) match.

The Bison women’s soccer team sported special rainbow shoe laces today as
they participated in the second annual #PlayWithPride week, sponsored by
the United Soccer Coaches LGBT & Allies Advocacy Group. Teams across the
country are showing their support for athletes and coaches of all sexual
orientations by wearing rainbow laces during the Second Annual Play With
Pride Week during Sept. 17-23, 2018.

Penn St.-Abington (2-3-1, 1-2 NEAC) scored two goals in each half as four
different Nittany Lions scored goals against the Bison. The visitors did
their most damage off free kicks as they scored on long-range shots from
20-25 yards out.

Gallaudet (3-4, 1-2 NEAC) was limited to seven shots as half came from two
players. Sophomore midfielder Sharon Castillo (Dallas, Texas) and senior
midfielder Sabina Shysh (Tucson, Ariz.) led the team with two shots each.
GU had four shots on goal including one off Castillo’s foot.

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Carolinas football

Carolinas is a combined team of two schools – North Carolina School
for the Deaf, located in the western part of state, and Eastern
North Carolina, located in the eastern part of state.

The floods impacted the eastern part of the state, but not the
western part of the state.

The North Carolina school was open while the Eastern North Carolina
school was closed.

It was a bad situation – because the state high school athletic
association rules require three days of football practice, if a school
has missed five days of practice – before a game could be played.

This is the reason why their game, scheduled this week, has been
cancelled.

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Florida volleyball

September 18, 2018     University Christian vs. FSDB      Home
0-7         0-5

University Christian
8
19
12

FSDB
25
25
25

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Fremont football

newspaper preview

California School for the Deaf (4-0) @ Burton (3-0), Friday, 3:30 p.m.

The Pumas are off to an impressive 3-0 start, but they’ll be facing
their toughest opponent yet on Friday afternoon when they host an
undefeated Eagles team that’s coming off a 44-0 shutout of Washington on
September 7.

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Georgia volleyball

We played in a tri-match at Armuchee High School ,with Armuchee’s JV  and
Morris Innovative.

GSD – 25    25
MI -     19    18

GSD -       5       12
AHSJV -   25      25

Record – 6 -15 – 0

Next match Tuesday 9/25/18 vs Pepperell High School at PHS.

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Indiana football

Indianapolis newspaper prediction

Indiana Deaf (1-4) at Alabama Deaf (1-2), 2 p.m. Saturday: Alabama Deaf
beat the Deaf Hoosiers for the first time since 2011 last season. Alabama
Deaf 23, Indiana Deaf 14.

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Indiana volleyball

defeated Tindley 3-0

12-9 record

25-18, 25-15, 25-12

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Maryland volleyball

newspaper story

Volleyball material: Lummer will be part of bright future for MSD

Maryland School for the Deaf volleyball coach Christine DiMarco doesn’t
see a player who is slowly trying to find her way.

That might be the case with many freshmen who immediately start playing
varsity athletics when they reach high school, but Citrine Lummer isn’t
one of them.

“I don’t see her as a freshman,” DiMarco said Tuesday after the host
Orioles defeated Greater Grace Christian Academy 25-4, 25-11, 25-13. “I
see her as volleyball material.

“She has everything. She can attack, she can play defense, she can go
for every ball. She’s a natural athlete.”

Lummer tallying a team-high seven kills, five digs and two aces against
the Eagles shows the all-around ability DiMarco sees in the 5-foot-10
outside hitter. Lummer plays on a team with established seniors such as
Cassidy Perry and Rajena Guettler. But joining a team with nine
upperclassmen didn’t become daunting for Lummer, DiMarco said, because
the freshman spent plenty of time getting to know her teammates on travel
teams during the summer.

“It was easy [fitting in with my teammates] because they were very
welcoming,” said Lummer, who has played high-level volleyball since she
was a third-grader. “They felt bonded as a team.”

The warm welcome, Lummer said, made it that much easier to get on the
court and play to the best of her ability. Lummer made her presence felt
late in Tuesday’s match against Greater Grace (2-4) — after DiMarco
chose to rest some of her major contributors.

The third set provided a glimpse of what seems to be a bright future for
MSD. Lummer stood out in a young lineup, hammering five of her seven kills
from the outside hitter spot. The lineup also included sophomore setter
Alyssa Glennon, who in the first set pounded four of her five aces while
the Orioles reeled off 12 consecutive points. She also collected four
assists.

The 6-foot Perry again showed her versatility, collecting two kills, four
digs, one block and five aces. Guettler hammered six kills, and junior
setter Sascha Tansky finished with a team-high 12 assists and two aces.

Serving proved an overall area of strength for MSD as Milana Bielucke
tallied six of the Orioles’ 20 aces.

When asked what he thought stood out in the Orioles, Greater Grace coach
Aerion Slocumb brought up the impact of Perry and Guettler, particularly
as middle hitters. When Perry, Guettler and three other seniors graduate
in the spring, Lummer could become the Orioles’ go-to player on offense.
She’ll have some help from the likes of Tansky and what DiMarco sees as
a talented class of current eighth-graders.

DiMarco likes Lummer’s talent, but she might appreciate her desire to
work hard and improve even more.

“She plays with confidence, and she wants more,” DiMarco said. “She
wants to hit every ball, she wants to save every ball. She will make
things happen on the court.”

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Maryland cross country

Official results from Covenant Life School Cross Country Meet (9/18/2018)

Participating schools:  MSD, Covenant Life, Sandy Spring Friends, Connelly
School of the Holy Child

High School Boys (5K race)
4th place: Crosse Herpin   22:16.0
11th place: Peter Thang   28:14.0
18th place: Michael Williams  32:19.0

High School Girls (5K race)
12th place: Estelina Kovacs  31:42.0

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Missouri volleyball

MSD volleyball team travelled to Heartland to play with them on 9/18. It
was our official first game and we played hard and still learn how to play
with only 6 players.  The scores were 7-25, 7-25, and 11-25. Cristin Kohl,
SO. and Julia Stafford, FR. each earned two points serve for the team.
Sara Farmer, SO earned one point serve for her team. Sara also had one
kill spike. We are playing our second game with Russellville at 6:30
tonight. We will play again on Saturday for our homecoming against Kansas
School for the Deaf at 3pm.

0-1 record

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Model girls’ soccer

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Soccer

Soccer

Date: Tuesday, September 18, 2018 at 4:30 PM

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 3

Washington Christian Academy: 12

note:
Model and Florida is the only deaf school that fields girls’
soccer teams. Years ago there were about a half dozen
deaf schools with girls’ soccer teams. Now just two.

Florida plays soccer in a season that is squeezed between
the fall and the winter seasons. Florida is Florida.

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Ohio soccer and volleyball

Soccer and Volleyball Updates at OSD….
9/19/18

Soccer
OSD 2, WPSD 1
Record: 6-1

It was a hard-fought game from the beginning to the ending of the game!
WPSD took a 1-0 lead in first half before we won the second half.

Volleyball
WPSD 25-25-25
OSD      15-4-13
Record: 1-4

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Oklahoma football

newspaper prediction

OKLAHOMA SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF 48, Louisiana Deaf 40

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Rochester soccer

On Tuesday, September 18, 2018 at 8:30:03 PM UTC-4, Scott Lipitz wrote:

What do you do when the perennial powerhouse of the Rochester Rapids
visits your home pitch?!?! Most teams in Upstate NY fold up shop and let
them do what they do best, and that’s steamroll the competition. However,
what people do not know, The Wildcats do not just lay down for any team,
regardless of their accolades, under any circumstance. PERIOD! We may not
be the fastest nor strongest, or even the most talented team on the field
at any given game, but what we lack in, we make up for in Wildcat Pride.
With that pride comes an everlasting supply of pure grit and resilience.
The Wildcats have been known to cause a surprise every once in a while.
Will this Tuesday mark another historic performance of the Rochester
Wildcats?!?!? Let’s read on and find out…..

At the start of the game, anyone watching the game could tell we were
playing a highly skilled, talented soccer ball. Their ability to move the
ball at ease with crisp, smooth passes is a telltale sign that these boys
have been playing *fútbol  *since they came out of the womb. This didn’t
deter us nor did we back down. We played with tenacity and resolve as we
battled for each ball. These Wildcats were committed to the challenge they
bestowed upon themselves.

However, sometimes your level best is not enough, and the Rapids ended the
first half with a commanding 4-0 lead going into halftime. At this point
in
time, most teams would just give up, wave the white flag, and play with
the
mindset, let’s just not get injured. We are not your average run of the
mill team though. We’re the Rochester Wildcats. We do not back down from a
challenge. You didn’t see no *Vontae Davis in Orange* march off the pitch
at intermission. We play to the very last minute, because that’s what
these
boys and girls are trained to do!

We had one simple goal, and that was to score during the second half (no
pun intended). The first half was in the books, and this second half is a
new slate. We focus on one goal at a time. Keep playing hard, keep looking
for opportunities, and keep applying the pressure, and eventually, if all
fairs well, we sneak one in the back of the net.

Let me tell you a little something about interscholastic athletics. There
are many people that will tell you that the score shown on the scoreboard
at 0:00 is what is most important, but in reality, in the grand scheme of
things, is actually quite meaningless. Don’t get me wrong, I am one of the
most competitive people out there, and I despise losing, but there is a
bigger picture that must be fully understood with athletics. There is a
lot
to learn about one’s character when your back is against the wall. When
you’re winning or playing competitive matches, it’s easy to show the world
how resilient you are, how hard working you are, but what do you do when
you’re down 4-0 and know the game is out of reach?!?! Do you pack up shop?
Do you stop going for 50-50 balls? Do you not make that run knowing very
well it most likely will lead to nothing? All these questions were
answered
today about our very own Wildcats.

Let me tell you something boys and girls, these Wildcats played their
hearts off to the very last whistle. They worked their tail-ends, fighting
tooth and nail for every single opportunity. They walked off the field red
in the face with nothing left in the tank. Yeah, we lost the game, we got
shutout, but what we gained from this experience that will pay dividends
later in the season. This hard-nosed, dedicated team of individuals truly
showed how gritty they are. There is zero doubt in our minds when it comes
to Deaf vs. Deaf competition, we’ll be ready to go toe-to-toe with any
team, regardless if they’re Division I or Division II. It takes a lot of
guts for what these student-athletes did on that field today. When most
people would give up and throw in the towel, these individuals risen up
and
put on a performance that can’t be seen or understood on any scoreboard.

This was one of those loses where you walk off the field, head up high and
proud to be a Wildcat. Keep in mind, we held them to a mere goal in the
second half with Ben Radez tallying 28 saves on the night. You had to be
there to understand how tough these students played for 80 minutes, it was
a sight to be seen.

But, now, we look forward, we take on division rival, Scarlet Knights at
5:15 on our home field tomorrow. Please come and support our Wildcats!

Final Score

Rapids: 5
RSD: 0

League Record: 1-3
Overall record: 1-3

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St Mary’s volleyball

The lady Bisons opened up their season with a scrimmage against Tapestry
yesterday afternoon. Though it was not an official game, it gave us a
chance to see where our girls were starting off this year. Our girls did
not disappoint, working hard together to take on the more experience
Tapestry team.  Julia Bronneberg led the team in points and assists while
Cami Cole stepped up her game with 7 attacks and 3 kills. Elise Watson was
a great utility player and Keara, Aleyshka and Emma all helped out with
some key points throughout the game. Though they fought hard the girls
fell in three straight sets to Tapestry. However everyone present said
that these girls did fight hard and never gave up. We travel to Olean
tomorrow to take on the tall New Life Christian team. Please wish all the
girls good luck and we hope to see you all at our home opener on Sept.
26th.

Thank you,
Coach Chuba & Coach Daley

Set scores:
18-25
12-25
13-25

Season Record:
0-1

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St Mary’s soccer

The Bison’s varsity soccer team began its 2018 regular season schedule on
the road this past Tuesday in a NFCAA league matchup against Chesterton.
The squad has brought back the majority of last year’s players and we were
lucky enough to add on some fresh faces to the roster (Magdi Mohamed &
Ethan Antone) in an effort to build off of last season’s success.
Unfortunately, the match didn’t play out how the Bison’s would have liked.
Chesterton took full advantage of the fact that we were starting a rookie
goal keeper (Michael Norris) who was getting his first opportunity to play
in between the posts.   Despite Michael’s natural athletic ability, the
coaching staff knew there may be some situations that he may struggle with
because of lack of varsity game experience.  That said,  although our
defense did their best to contain our opponent, there were still 5 goals
that got past us.  On a positive note, last year’s deaf all-American, Nick
Barrus, picked up where he left off by sc
oring twice to make it a 3 goal deficit.  Although we left the game
disappointed in the loss, it was easy for us to recognize the mistakes
that we made and attempt to fix them before our home opener next week
Tuesday against the Stanley G. Falk school.  Come support the Bison’s next
week and show how “our spirit is strong”.

Overall Record: 0-1

Individual Stats:

Nick Barrus: 2 goals (1st & 2nd of the season)
Michael Norris: 11 saves

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Washington volleyball

WSD Volleyball Scores: 9/19/18

Lady Terriers 3 vs. Fort Vancouver 1
WSD 25 – FTV 14
WSD 25 – FTV 11
FTV 37 – WSD 35
WSD 25 – FTV 22

Record 2-0 (League 0-0)

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Western Pennsylvania volleyball & soccer

YESTERDAY’S RESULTS

SOCCER – lost to Ohio School for the Deaf, 2-1

LEAGUE RECORD: 2-3-0

OVERALL RECORD: 2-4-0

A tough game for us – I’m telling you that Ohio has improved a lot and
they are a team to watch out for this year.  It’s no wonder they are 6-1
now.

MIDDLE SCHOOL SOCCER – no game

LEAGUE RECORD: 2-1-0

OVERALL RECORD: 3-2-0

JUNIOR VARSITY VOLLEYBALL – no game

OVERALL RECORD: 0-3-0

VARSITY VOLLEYBALL – beat Ohio School for the Deaf, 3-0 (25-15, 25-4, and
25-13)

LEAGUE RECORD: 2-2-0

OVERALL RECORD: 3-3-0

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random deafsports thoughts

some 11-man deaf football teams strip down to 8-man
when playing some 8-man opponents

some 11-man deaf soccer teams strip down to 8-man
when playing some 8-man opponents

DeafDigest Sports was discussing this topic with
a long time coach at a deaf school.

Both agreed that 11 to 8 man football is different
from 11 to 8 man soccer.

In football, two linemen and one back are taken out
from 11-man teams

In soccer, the coach said 8-man coaches know how
to play the game, while the 11-man coaches that
play 8-man must adjust to less players on the
front line or the midfielder positions plus
even one man less on the defense.

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DeafDigest Sports – September 19, 2018

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Hot DeafSports News at:
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– Fremont’s football opponent & new athletic department hires

– A past Gallaudet basketball player in a pro tryout

– Gallaudet volleyball opponent’s slippery floor

– random deafsports thoughts

– volleyball and soccer updates

DeafDigest Sports collections of the day
– major league baseball’s ex-deaf pitcher
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 9/19/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

2018 football scores (as of 9/16/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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upcoming football games

Thursday
Sep 20 Florida hosts St Johns Country Day
Sep 20 Louisiana at Oklahoma
Sep 20 Carolinas at Tennessee

Friday
Sep 21 Texas at Model
Sep 21 Fremont at Burton
Sep 21 Riverside at Bloomington Christian
Sep 21 Maryland hosts Central Maryland Christian
Sep 21 Colorado hosts Walsh
Sep 21 Georgia at Jacksonville Christian Academy

Saturday
Sep 22 Kansas at Missouri
Sep 22 South Carolina at Mississippi
Sep 22 Wisconsin at Illinois
Sep 22 Washington at Phoenix
Sep 22 Indiana at Alabama
Sep 22 New Mexico at Iowa

cancelled
Sep 22 Michigan at Minnesota

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Gallaudet volleyball

Slick court swamps Bison volleyball match vs. Gators, game moved to
Thursday at GU

BALTIMORE – For the second time in a less than a week, Hurricane Florence
has impacted the Gallaudet University women’s volleyball schedule. This
time the remnants of Hurricane Florence moved through the Maryland region
overnight as heavy rains dumped more than 3 inches of rain in some areas.

The Bison (3-7) were slated to play at Notre Dame of Maryland University
on Tuesday night on Gator Court in a non-conference match against the
Gators (10-1). Gator Court, built in 1989, took on water Tuesday and the
courts were deemed too slick and unplayable for this evening’s match.

Gallaudet will drive home and play host to the Gators on Thursday, Sept.
20, at 7:30 p.m.

GU’s home match with St. Mary’s College of Maryland was moved from Sept.
12 until Sept. 27 due to Hurricane Florence last week.

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

from a Gallaudet tweet

Former #GallaudetU student and basketball player, Orion Palmer, E-’16,
describes his experience and the communication strategies used during his
tryout with @nbagleague team, the @CapitalCityGoGo in a post-tryout
interview with @MTCwithMook.

note:

over the years there have been several Gallaudet basketball
players that played in lower pro-level basketball leagues.
The most notable one was Noah Downes who played in several
pro leagues during the 1920′s. There was no NBA at that time
and so, these leagues were considered the elite.

Only one, a woman, played a pre-season game with the Washington
Mystics of the WNBA.

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Fremont football

newspaper story

Burton, under longtime coach Duane Breaux, is averaging 51 points per game
following a 54-21 win over St. Vincent-Petaluma. The Pumas have a big
challenge at 3:30 p.m. Friday at home against California School for the
Deaf (4-0).

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Fremont new hires

We would like to welcome three new athletic staff to our beloved Orange
and Black family.  Let’s welcome Chloe Bell, Nicole Koehn, and Schantell
Williams!  In addition to this, we have brought back the Orange Crew this
year.  Congratulations to three of our High School Seniors Rory Dietz,
Athena Ortega, and Kaliska Sloan.  All of their presence has already been
felt so please feel free to greet and introduce yourself at the games and
thank them all for being a big part in our daily operations!

Chloe Bell
College: Lindenwood University, St. Charles, MO/2017/Athletic Training
with a minor in Psychology
Athletic Background: NCAA Division II Field Hockey
Coaching Background: Middle School and High School Field Hockey for 1 year
Current position: Certified Athletic Trainer

Nicole Koehn
College: CSU East Bay, Hayward, CA/2018/Liberal Studies
Athletic Background: Travel Ball for Soccer/Softball for almost 11 years.
Earned Varsity Letter four times for Soccer/Softball.
Coaching Background: 1 year of Varsity, Youth Softball and 1 year of Youth
Volleyball
Current Position: Athletics Student Staff – Youth Sports

Schantell Williams
College: UC Berkeley/2020/Pre-Med Student: Gender and Women’s Studies and
Minor in Disabilities’ Studies.
Athletic Background: HS Basketball and Track.  Currently Cal-Berkeley in
Track and Field for 400m, 400m Hurdles, and Relay
Coaching Background:  Youth track for 7 years
Current Position: Athletics Student Staff – Strength Coach

Rory Dietz, Athena Ortega, and Kaliska Sloan
Grade: High School Seniors
Current Position: Orange Crew
Duties: Social Media, Photography, Set Up, Clean Up, Admissions, Uniforms,
Scorekeeping, Security, Assist in Major Events, Filing, and much more!

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Georgia volleyball

We played Coosa High School tonight. They are the #1 team in our area and
the defending State Champions(AA/A).
Our young ladies played hard and had several good volleys throughout the
match. But just couldn’t serve consistent enough to stay close.
GSD -      3        1
CHS -      25     25

Record 5-14-0

Next match Wednesday 9/19/18. A Tri-Match with Morris Innovative at 6:00pm
and Armuchee at 7:00pm at Armuchee High School

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Indiana volleyball

vs Indiana Math & Science Academy

won 25-14, 25-12, 25-8

11-9 record

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland beat Greater Grace Christian School, 3-0
Scores: 25-4, 25-11, 25-13
Record: 16-0-0

Stats
Cassidy Perry
2 kills, 4 digs, 1 block, 5 aces

Citrine Lummer
7 kills, 5 digs, 2 aces

Milana Bielucke
4 digs, 6 aces

Sascha Tansky
12 assists, 2 aces

Alyssa Glennon
4 assists, 1 kill, 5 aces

Rajena Guettler
6 kills

Hanna Johnston-Shaw
1 dig

Brigitta Luttrell
1 dig

Ariella Zfati
2 digs

Crystal Salit
1 kill, 1 assist

Anevay Patterson
4 kills

Meghan Lubehusen
2 kills

Maryland JV Greater Grace Christian School, 2-0
Scores: 25-19, 25-21
Record: 7-2

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Michigan volleyball

Michigan School for the Deaf’s varsity volleyball team had their first
home
game today, 9/18/18. Merritt Academy was the visiting team. The Tartars
started out slow, but gained momentum as the match went on. Our team did
get their highest overall serving percentage this season (74%), however we
didn’t get many opportunities to serve. MSD lost 0-3; score were 7-25,
9-25, 6-25.  Addison Blair tried her best to put some down, with the most
attack attempts tonight, while Chloe Woggerman got the Tartars their first
stuff block of the season! Our next game will be at Landmark Academy
Thursday, 9/20/18, at 5pm. GO TARTARS!

Record: 1-4

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Model volleyball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Volleyball

Volleyball

Date: Tuesday, September 18, 2018 at 4:00 PM

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 3

Washington Christian Academy: 0

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New Mexico volleyball

NMSD   22    22   25    25    16
ECA       25    25   18    17    14

Last night, our girls were true believers and fought hard! We pulled off a
comeback, winning 3-2 after starting 0-2!  During the 5th set, we were
leading 13-11 however we made 3 errors in a row and allowed ECA to reach
14 points, 1 point away from the win.  Looking at the court, I saw
determination burn in our girls’ eyes and knew the game was not over yet.
We worked our way up to 14-14.  ECA made an error, letting us go up 15-14.
One more point!  Mya stepped up to the serving line and ECA, feeling
intimidated, made errors and lost the point to us.  Our girls celebrated
with JOY and PRIDE!  Junior Lindsay Hand had 14 serve aces and 7 kills.
Junior Mya Malone made 9 kills and 8 serve aces. Junior Andrea Leyba
chipped in with 12 assists.  Congratulate the girls when you see them
around today!

Overall record 3-1
Next away game:  Victory Christian School vs NMSD @ ABQ  @ 5 pm

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Ohio soccer

OSD at Village Academy in Powell, OH

OSD 4, Village Academy 0

Record is 5-1.

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Texas volleyball

HS Volleyball:

Final:

Varsity Record: 16-10

Hill Country Christian: 0

TSD: 3

25-16, 25-19, 25-21

Junior Varsity Record: 5-10

Hill Country Christian: 2

TSD: 0

13-25, 24-26

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Western Pennsylvania volleyball & soccer

MONDAY’S RESULT

MIDDLE SCHOOL SOCCER – beat Portersville Christian, 3-2

LEAGUE RECORD: 2-1-0

OVERALL RECORD: 2-2-0

YESTERDAY’S RESULTS

SOCCER – lost to Robinson Township Christian, 1-0

LEAGUE RECORD: 2-3-0

OVERALL RECORD: 2-3-0

MIDDLE SCHOOL SOCCER – beat Ellis School, 3-2

LEAGUE RECORD: 2-1-0

OVERALL RECORD: 3-2-0

JUNIOR VARSITY VOLLEYBALL – lost to Harvest Baptist, 2-0  (12-25 and
14-25)

OVERALL RECORD: 0-3-0

VARSITY VOLLEYBALL – lost to Harvest Baptist, 3-0 (14-25, 10-25, and
19-25)

LEAGUE RECORD: 2-2-0

OVERALL RECORD: 2-3-0

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random deafsports thoughts

If one surfs the posted tweets on the deaf in football,
he will find that the Gallaudet huddle origins is one
of the most re-tweeted tweets. All of them say that
Gallaudet originated the huddle (which is true)
but almost all of them do not mention the reason
for the huddle’s origins (hiding signals against
two deaf opponents in the 1894 season)!

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