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Oct
19

2017/10/19

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DeafDigest Sports – October 19, 2017

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

— upcoming football games

— volleyball updates

— Gallaudet volleyball

— soccer updates

— a football prediction

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Deaf Schools won-lost records

http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/
(10/19/17 updates)

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football scores (10/15/17 update)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— Football, Queen Elizabeth lipreading
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/picture-illinois-football-legend/

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upcoming football games
Oct 19 Michigan at St Patrick Catholic
Oct 19 Kansas at Iowa
Oct 19 Washington hosts Naselle

Oct 20 Maryland at Landmark Christian
Oct 20 Model at KIPP College Prep (next to Gallaudet campus)
Oct 20 Indiana vs Indianapolis Howe at neutral site, first round sectionals
Oct 20 Oklahoma at New Mexico

Oct 21 Texas at St Joseph Catholic
Oct 21 Alabama at Florida
Oct 21 Carolinas at South Carolina
Oct 21 Phoenix at Riverside
Oct 21 Georgia at Louisiana
Ocr 21 Wisconsin at Missouri
Oct 21 Fremont at Arete Prep
Oct 21 Colorado hosts Antonito

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Gallaudet volleyball

Bison clipped by Eagles in straight sets
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wvball/2017-18/releases/recap_umw

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Fremont volleyball

Last week, we beat Fremont Christian 3-1 in league play.
25- 8, 24-26, 25-20, 25-22

Malia Zornoza: 22 digs, 17 kills, 11 assists, 1 ace
Jada Dawson: 21 digs, 13 kills, 4 aces, 1 block
Esther Biser: 18 digs, 11 kills, 4 aces, 1 block
Hannah Wetzel: 9 kills, 4 blocks
Jade Dawson: 30 assists, 19 digs, 5 kills, 9 aces, 1 block

Then tonight, at our last regular home game in non-league play, CSD d.
Bentley 3-1.

25-23, 25-22, 18-25, 25-17

Jade Dawson: 31 assists, 15 digs, 6 kills, 4 aces, 1 block
Jada Dawson: 17 digs, 15 kills, 2 aces, 1 block
Malia Zornoza: 20 digs, 7 kills, 5 assists, 1 ace, 1 block
Esther Biser: 20 digs, 8 kills, 1 ace, 1 block

Ending tonight with 11-0 in league, 18-7 overall. We play in our last
league game tomorrow before league playoffs next week.

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Indiana football

newspaper predictions

Howe (0-9) at Indiana Deaf (5-4), Class A Sectional 45: Indiana Deaf 23, Howe 20.

note:
if Indiana wins, it would be their first sectional win in many years
and it would clinch a winning season!

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Marie Philip soccer

Marie Philip School went to Boston to play our last league game against
Commonwealth School. We were tied 1-1 in the first half until Commonwealth
found their ways to score two more goals to lead 3-1 in halftime.
Commonwealth had plenty of substitutes while we didn’t and were able to
rotate throughout the game. We tried our best to get back into the game as
we were down by two goals until they scored the last goal with 3 minutes
left of the game. We played much better today than the last time when they
defeated us 7-0.

MPS 2
Commonwealth 5

Next game: October 20th Friday.
3rd Annual ESDAA Division 1 tournament @ MPS

New York School for the Deaf @ 2:30

Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf @ 4:30

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Marie Philip volleyball

DATE: Wednesday October 18, 2017
LOCATION: Montrose School, Medfield, MA
RESULT: Montrose 3, Marie Philip School 0 (25-14, 25-11, 25-22)

STATS
Shayla Rochette (9th) – 5 aces, 2 kills, 3 digs, 4 receptions, and 10
service points
Sabrina Rodrigues (10th) – 3 kills, 3 digs, 5 receptions, and 1 service
point
Samantha Fernsebner (7th) – 2 aces, 1 assist, 1 dig, and 3 service points
Norma Aldana (12th) – 2 kills, 1 dig, and 1 reception
Chloe Martin (6th) – 1 ace, 1 reception, and 5 service points
Zora Elliott-Mendelsohn (8th) – 2 kills, 5 assists, and 1 service point
Christine Vargas (12th) – 1 assist and 2 receptions
Rita Child (6th) – 1 ace and 2 service points
Lily Fruguglietti (10th) – 1 reception
Delaney Ringer (6th) – 1 reception
Anya Sukhovtsev (6th) – 1 reception
Carleigh Babbit (7th) – 1 service point

REPORT
Today the Marie Philip Lady Ghosts traveled to the Montrose School hoping
to clinch the #2 seed for the IGC playoffs with a win.  Today was not our
day.  Montrose had beaten #3 ranked Cambridge School of Weston on Monday
and showed much more improvement and self-confidence than earlier in the
season when we beat them 3-0 at home. The Mavericks played much better
than we did in the first set and won easily. Our starters rested for most
of the second set and our substitutes gave the best performance of the
afternoon for us.  Our subs outscored Montrose 9-8!!!  Unfortunately, our
subs had come in in with the score 17-2, so Montrose’s 8 points were
enough for them to secure their 25th point to win that set.  Our rested
starters tried to come back in the third set, but Montrose’s tortoise beat
our hare and they swept us today.

Our record is now 18-10 (6-3 IGC).  We are guaranteed at least one more
home match as next Monday’s away rematch at CSW will determine if we will
end the season #3 (host the playoffs on October 30) or #2 (get a 1st round
bye and host the playoffs October 31).  Our aim is to once again play as a
team as well as we did mid-season.

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Michigan volleyball

Michigan School for the Deaf went to Madison Academy today, 10/18/17.  It
turned into a game of who can get the ball over the net and it was sloppy.
MSD lost 1-3; scores were 13-25, 25-23, 22-25 and 22-25.  Addison Blair
ended with 6 kills and 8 aces. Despite not feeling well, Haley Cooper got
3 kills, 3 assists, and 11 aces while serving at 91%. Our new record is
5-21.  Tomorrowяяs match against St Thomas More has been cancelled. We
will hold our annual staff and students tournament on Tuesday, 10/24/17,
to have some fun before district matches. For districts we will be playing
Genesee Christian Academy in the first round on 10/30/17 at 5:30pm on
their home court. Come cheer us on! GO TARTARS!

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Model volleyball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Volleyball

Volleyball

Date: Wednesday, October 18, 2017 at 6:00 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 0

Bishop Ireton High School: 3

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New Jersey sports

Volleyball

9/26/17

@NJSD  14   20   21

PSD  25  25  25

Naiajah Wilson had 9 kills and 2 aces. Ana Maria DeVora lead the team with
5 service points and 2 aces

9/28/17

@ NJSD  19  26  21
Community Academy of Philadelphia  25  28  25

De’Avian Watson lead the team with 11 service points with Sinmi
Folaranmi
added 7 service points.

10/3/17

@ NJSD- Fanwood 21  18  25  25  7

DSD 25 25 23 20 15

Naiajah Wilson had a great game with 2 kills, 9 service points and 3 aces.
Sinmi Folaranmi and Alexis Holland each added 12 service points.

10/4/17

NJSD  25  25  22

@NYSD  11  15  25

Geizi Teutle lead the team with 17 service points and 3 aces. Naiajah
Wilson added 11 service points and an ace.

10/11/16

NJSD  29  25  22  19  11

@ Lexington 27  19  25  25  15

The Lady Colts only had 5 players against Lexington’s 6 and still won
two
games. Sinmi Folaranmi had 18 service points and an ace. Naiajah Wilson
had
14 service points, 1 kill and 1 ace.

10/16/17

NJSD  26  23  17

@ PSD  28  25  25

Alexis Holland had 8 service points and 3 aces to lead the Lady Colts.
Giezi Teuttle also had 8 service points and 2 digs.

10/17/17

@ NJSD  25  25  25

Warren Technology High School   22  20  17

Naiajah Wilson had 2 service points and 2 aces. Geizi Teutle had 6 service
points, 3 aces and 2 digs. De’Avian Watson had 2 service points, 1 kill,
1
block. Ana Maria DeVora had 2 service points and 1 ace.

NJSD Volleyball Season Record 1 – 5

Soccer

9/26/17

@ NJSD  3

PSD  3

Ricky Maldonado had 6 saves in goal and then had a goal. Marco Espinoza
had
the other 2 goals. Naim Webb sharing time in goal with Ricky, had 6 saves.

10/3/17

NJSD  3

@ Lewis School 0

Freshman Marco Espinoza had 2 goals and 1 assist. Christian Felipe-Magana
had a goal and Ricky Maldonado had an assist.

10/4/17

NJSD   0

@ NYSD- Fanwood  4

Naim Webb, for the Colts, had 14 saves on a very busy afternoon.

10/11/17

NJSD  1

@ Lexington  3

Stanley Uka had the Colts lone goal and Naim Webb had 13 saves.

10/12/17

@ NJSD  0

Warren Tech  3

Naim Webb, for the Colts, had 20 saves.

10/16/17

NJSD  1

@  PSD  2

Stanley Uka had the only goal for the Colts and Naim Webb had 7 saves.

The Colts record is 1 – 4 – 1

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Pennsylvania volleyball

Today, 10/18/17, the Lady Panthers Girls Volleyball team played at
Community Academy of Philadelphia with only 6 players and no available
subs
due to injured players. They did not win, but they never gave up and even
managed to win one set in the match against a really tough team. Lost game
1-3.

11-25
25-22
11-25
20-25

Record 4-6

Next game, come support us at our last home game  vs DSD on Tuesday
October
24th at 4 PM

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Pennsylvania soccer

Today (10/18/17), we travel to CAP for our rematch game. We beat them once
again with the score of 3-2, won game. Hazim Haroun scored 2 goals in
first
half then Nasir Ford made a game winner goal to finish the game. But our
real hero and player of the game goes to our eighth grader and goalie,
William Sepulveda! He made several amazing saves and kept us in game
against CAP!! Way to go William, Hazim, Nasir, and the rest of our awesome
boys!!

Tomorrow, we will travel to St. Mary for ESDAA soccer tournament this
weekend. Please give our awesome boys support and get them ready for this
weekend!

Record is 3-4-1

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Phoenix volleyball

Lost to Hayden at home, 3-0 (5-25, 18-25, 19-25).  Now 3-12.

Next up: Duncan tomorrow at home.

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Rochester soccer

Cornerstone came on to visit RSD and we started off with a really
competitive game. The game was knotted at 3-2 when one of our marquee
players got a muscle cramp. They quickly capitalized on this and scored
another right before half.

At this time, the coaching staff was focused on this weekend and decided
to
hold back and rest our starters to prevent any other injuries that could
jeopardize this weekend.

As a result, Cornerstone continued to play full force and went on to win
11-2 against RSD.

Final Score:
Cornerstone: 11
RSD: 2

Goals:
Gentzke (1)
Coates (1)

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St Mary’s volleyball

The Lady Bisons faced off against Niagara Catholic’s JV squad and feel
short yet again. We traveled to their home with a “light” squad of only
six girls and our heads just didn’t seem to be in the game. After several
serving errors and missed opportunities we ended up falling in three
straight sets. With only two games left before the ESDAA tournament
hopefully the girls will be able to turn it around and fight for a win.

Set scores:
13-25
15-25
5-15

Record
2-10

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St Mary’s soccer

Good Afternoon,
The Bisons competed against CAWNY yesterday to wrap up their regular
season schedule.  We had just played against our NFCAA foe last week in
some mediocre conditions and lost 3-0.  Needless to say, our boys were
excited to match up against the Eagles on our field this time around. 
CAWNY opened up the scoring in the first few minutes of the game with a
penalty shot off of a hand ball by one of our defensive backs.  Despite
the mistake, the entire team was able to move past the error and stick to
our game plan.  Nick Barrus was able to finally get a head ball past the
Eagles goalie off a beautiful cross from Isa Habeeb to tie the game.  The
goalie from CAWNY was probably the best keeper our team has faced all
season and although we were able to get a few more scoring chances against
him, we couldn’t score another goal.  The good news is,  our defense was
also able to lock things down with the steady play of Tyler Mondo-Goodrich
and Kassim Kassim.  CAWNY was also not able to be
at Christian Lawrence who had another solid game in goal.  The final score
was 1-1.  With that game being completed that the league records finalized
that puts our team into the NFCAA playoffs for the second year in a row. 
Ironically, we play against the Eagles from CAWNY again next week Tuesday
on our field to determine who will play for the championship.  That all
said, our immediate focus turns to the ESDAA division 2 soccer tournament
this weekend being hosted by our school.  The actions begins at 11am this
Friday when the Bisons take on NYSSD/Rome in the first match of pool play. 
Please come out and support our team and school.

Overall Record: 3-5-2

Individual Stats:
Nick Barrus- 1 goal (10th of the season)
Christian Lawrence- 10 saves

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Western Pennsylvania volleyball

VOLLEYBALL – first round of playoffs…

playing against Portersville Christian – lost, 3-0  (20-25, 15-25, and 18-25)

LEAGUE RECORD: 9-3 (REGULAR SEASON OVER)

OVERALL RECORD: 20-6
 

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Oct
18

2017/10/18

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DeafDigest Sports – October 18, 2017

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

— upcoming football games

— volleyball updates

— Gallaudet updates

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Deaf Schools won-lost records

http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/
(10/18/17 updates)

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football scores (10/15/17 update)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— baseball lipreading
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/catching-deaf-disease/

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upcoming football games
Oct 19 Michigan at St Patrick Catholic
Oct 19 Kansas at Iowa
Oct 19 Washington hosts Naselle

Oct 20 Maryland at Landmark Christian
Oct 20 Model at KIPP College Prep (next to Gallaudet campus)
Oct 20 Indiana vs Indianapolis Howe at neutral site, first round sectionals
Oct 20 Oklahoma at New Mexico

Oct 21 Texas at St Joseph Catholic
Oct 21 Alabama at Florida
Oct 21 Carolinas at South Carolina
Oct 21 Phoenix at Riverside
Oct 21 Georgia at Louisiana
Ocr 21 Wisconsin at Missouri
Oct 21 Fremont at Arete Prep
Oct 21 Colorado hosts Antonito

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Gallaudet women’s soccer

Mallach sets single-season goal record as Bison upend Lancaster Bible
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wsoc/2017-18/releases/recap_lbc

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Gallaudet men’s soccer

Gallaudet stuns Lancaster Bible on Fitzpatrick’s first goal as a Bison
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/msoc/2017-18/releases/recap_lbc

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Mason Dixon volleyball results

Pool play
Mississippi 4-0
Florida 3-1
Kentucky 1-3
Virginia 0-4
Louisiana 2-2
South Carolina 0-3
Tennessee 3-0
Alabama 1-2
Georgia 2-1

championship final
Mississippi  2
Florida      1

20-25, 25-18, 15-7

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American volleyball

American School for the Deaf Varsity Girls Volleyball Team lost our away
game against Central Christian Academy. The scores were 7-25, 9-25 and
9-25.

Our record is 4-7.

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American soccer

American School for the Deaf Soccer versus Central Christian Academy, one
of tough team to face.  ASD struggled during 1st half with 3-0 and finally
our team played better but lost with final score, ASD 3-5 Central
Christian Academy.    ASD record 8-2-1.  Today we will face other tough
team, Cornerstone Christian Academy.

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Arkansas volleyball

Arkansas School for the Deaf VS Ridgway Christian School on October 17,
2017 at Pine Bluff, Arkansas
 
ASD JR Varsity vs RCS JRV – Lost 2 Matches & Score: 10-25 & 8-25 
 
ASD Varsity vs RCS Varsity – Lost 3  Matches & Score: 20-25, 14-25 & 13-25
 
End of the Regular Volleyball Season Record:
 
ASD JRV RECORD: Won 0 & Lost 14
 
ASD VARSITY RECORD: Won 6 lost 23 
 
Next game: AACS Volleyball Tournament at Southwest Christian Academy
 
ASD Volleyball Junior Varsity will play against Westside Christian School
at 11:00 AM on Thursday, October 19th. If win, play against Community
Christian Academy at 1:20 PM.
 
ASD Volleyball Varsity will play against Gospel Light Christian Academy at
11:15 AM on Friday, October 20th. If win, play against Southwest Christian
Academy at 1:45 PM

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Kansas volleyball

Yesterday we played a good match against Christ Prep even though we lost
3-0.

Final scores:

18-25
13-25
25-20

Player stats:

Cierra Sherwood: 3 aces, 1 kill
Madison Welch: 4 aces, 1 kill, 1 block
Tiadra Vang: 3 aces, 1 assist

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Marie Philip volleyball

DATE: Tuesday October 17, 2017
LOCATION: Marie Philip School, Framingham, MA
RESULT: Newman School 3, MPS 1 (25-17, 15-25, 25-19, 25-22)

STATS
Sabrina Rodrigues (10th) – 1 ace, 5 kills, 2 assists, 4 digs, 5
receptions, and 2 service points
Christine Vargas (12th) – 6 aces, 3 kills, 2 assists, 2 digs, 3
receptions, and 13 service points
Norma Aldana (12th) – 2 aces, 2 kills, 1 assist, 7 receptions, and 13
service points
Anya Sukhovtsev (6th) – 2 aces, 1 assist, 1 dig, 1 reception, and 8
service points
Rita Child (6th) – 1 ace, 4 digs, 1 reception, and 1 service point
Zora Elliott-Mendelsohn (8th) – 5 kills, 9 assists, and 1 service point
Samantha Fernsebner (7th) – 3 aces, 1 reception, and 15 service points

REPORT
Today the Marie Philip Lady Ghosts hosted the Newman School for a
non-league match.  The Cardinals are new to volleyball this season. 
However, they displayed good passing and a very talented player, their
#15.

We were not at full strength today and we used the first set loss to get
used to Newman’s serving and their attacking.  Our girls made some
adjustments in the second set and it paid off fantastically with a set
win.  In the third set, we led early on, but their #15 scored 9
consecutive service points to change a 17-11 deficit to a 20-17 lead.  The
Cardinals were able to close that set to take a 2-1 lead.  In the fourth
set, we lost a starter due to injury but our subs all worked very hard to
keep the set close.  Newman eventually prevailed for a well deserved 3-1
win.

I felt our starters did a good job making adjustments to their own passing
throughout the match.  They also learned to work with players who were not
their usual teammates on the court.  In addition, the subs for today’s
match made some nice plays today and they all tried very hard.  It was
good seeing them in action against more challenging opponents.  We will
apply what we have learned today to our next match, which is tomorrow.  We
will visit the Montrose School for a league rematch.  Our season record is
now 18-9.

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Maryland volleyball

MIAC Playoffs – Quarterfinals
Maryland beat Open Bible, 3-0
Scores: 25-7, 25-22, 25-7
Record: 19-12-3

Stats
Cara Bielukce
1 kill, 1 assist

Milana Bielucke
2 digs

Lexi Bullock
2 kills, 1 dig

Rajena Guettler
6 kills, 4 aces

Sierra Herzig-Wilcox
1 dig, 2 aces

Hanna Johnston-Shaw
2 digs

Cassidy Perry
17 kills, 3 blocks, 2 digs, 1 ace

Freya Seremeth
4 kills, 23 assists, 1 block, 2 digs, 1 ace

MIAC Playoffs – Semifinals
Maryland JV beat Greater Grace Christian Academy, 2-0
Scores: 25-20, 25-12
Record: 19-1-1

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Michigan volleyball

Today, 10/17/17, was Michigan School for the Deafяяs Volleyball
teamяяs last home game of the season. New Life Christian Academy was
serving well and we had a hard time receiving. The Tartars got better each
set and were diving for the ball more often, only allowing 2 balls to
touch the floor without contacting it first. The ladies werenяяt playing
smart and gave away a lot of points. MSD lost 0-3; scores were 7-25,
18-25, and 19-25.  Crystal Katcher had a great game with 2 assists, 92%
serving, and 4/4 receiving. Wendy Chicky continues to lead the team while
receiving the most and with a percentage of 89%. Setting for Addison Blair
was a good move, having her get a hand on every play is very beneficial to
the team. She is still extremely motivated & aggressive.  Our new record
is 5-20.  We play again tomorrow, 10/18/17, against Madison Academy.
Itяяs a local game, so come show your support! GO TARTARS!

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Model volleyball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Volleyball

Volleyball

Date: Tuesday, October 17, 2017 at 5:00 pm

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 3

Field School: 0

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Rochester volleybsll

Game 20

We played against the York and lost 0-3. The WIldcats played against the
high-level team. Therefore, the more we learned how to play volleyball
through by defense like digs, sets, and spikes and the ball kept coming
back to us instead winning through by serves. The Wildcats improved a lot!

Set #1 – 6-25 L
Set #2 – 7-25 L
Set #3 – 23-25 L

(Emma Kane, 2 assists), (Mariana Menzynski, 1 kill), and (Julia Ott, 1
kill)

Game 21

The Wildcats rematch with Finney JV after lost the first game (1-2).
Yesterday, we definitely improved a lot and won both sets (best of 3).
However, we decided to play the third set and won 3-0.

Set #1 – 27-25 W
Set #2 – 24-11 W
Set #3 – 25-17 W

(McKenna Girod, 5 aces, and 1 kill), (Emma Kane, 5 assists), (Neriyah
McPherson, 1 kill), (Mariana Menzynski, 2 kills), (Julia Ott, 1 kill), and
(Diane Ward, 1 ace, and 1 block)

Record: 12-9

Next game vs Destiny tomorrow at 4 pm

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Rochester soccer

In an effort to display good sportsmanship, RSD put on an Oscar worthy
performance at Hope Hall. The coaching staff made some extremely tough
challenges on how our team could score to keep the score competitive.

As coach, I was actually hoping that Hope Hall could pull off the win.
With
minutes dwindling down in the 4th quarter, and the score tied at 2-2, Hope
Hall had several opportunities to pull away with the win. However, all
their attempts on net were kicked directly to our goalie.

The game ended as a tie, 2-2. It was a great game for the fans, and a
great
learning experience for all involved.

Final Score:

RSD: 2
Hope Hall: 2

Our next game is tomorrow against Cornerstone Christian Academy, our last
tune-up before we head back to Buffalo, NY for our ESDAA Tournament.

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Texas football

from a newspaper story

Faith Academy cancels football game due to shortage of players
Posted on 17 October 2017.

MARBLE FALLS — With only 10 players available to play against Waco
Reicher on Friday, Oct. 20, Faith Academy of Marble Falls officials made
the decision to cancel the football game against the Cougars.
Head coach Pete Rhoades announced the decision Oct. 16.

“Hopefully, we will be healthy and ready to play Texas School for the
Deaf Oct. 26,” he said.

That game has a 7 p.m. kickoff at Gamblin Field on the Texas School for
the Deaf campus, 1102 S. Congress in Austin.

The Flames (0-6, 0-1 Division III District 4 of the Texas Association of
Private and Parochial Schools) suffered a 48-6 loss to Bryan St. Joseph on
Oct. 13.

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Texas girls’ basketball

newspaper pre-season rankings

Texas School for the Deaf (No. 7 TAPPS Class 4A) are ranked in the
private-school polls.

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Texas volleyball

TSD      25  25  25
Geneva 15  23  18

Texas Record 33-9-1
District 12-1

Next game, vs Brentwood #1 in District

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Washington volleyball

WSD Volleyball Scores: 10/17

Three Rivers Christian 3 vs. WSD 0
TRC 25 – WSD 8
TRC 25 – WSD 14
TRC 25 – WSD 9

League Record 0-5 – Overall Record: 2-6

Next Game: vs. Fort Vancouver Thursday, October 19
 

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Oct
15

2017/10/15

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DeafDigest Sports – October 15, 2017

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

— yesterday’s football scores

— Gallaudet updates

 

– football and soccer updates

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Deaf Schools won-lost records

http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/
(10/15/17 updates)

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football scores (10/15/17 update)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/football-game-in-mud/

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football score Tuesday
Kansas 68 Illinois 0

football scores Wednesday
Carolinas 34 Louisiana 28

Fountain Inn Christian 54 South Carolina 22

Thursday’s football scores
Mississippi 46 Oklahoma 0

Genoa 60 Colorado 0
St Francis 56 Florida 6
Roy 81 New Mexico 41

Oct 12 Tennessee at Carolinas (Carolinas gets forfeit win)
Oct 12 Arkansas at Oklahoma (Oklahoma gets forfeit win)

late Thursday score
Oakville 87 Washington 16

Friday’s football scores
Maryland 46 Kingsman 6

Brilliant 26 Alabama 22
Brazos Christian 21 Texas 20

Saturday’s football scores
Indiana 34 Model 0
Iowa 76 Missouri 54
Minnesota 44 Wisconsin 38

Superior Central 60 Michigan 8

Riverside at Fremont (game cancelled because of air quality due
to forest fires))

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Gallaudet football
Bison win second straight with 35-19 road victory over Alfred State
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/fball/2017-18/releases/recap_alfredst

Gallaudet volleyball
Gallaudet picks up two big conference wins during NEAC Crossover Day
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wvball/2017-18/releases/recap_polycob

Gallaudet women’s cross country
Gallaudet women’s cross country take 8th at Hood College Open
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wxc/2017-18/releases/recap_hood

Gallaudet men’s cross country
Bison men’s cross country place 11th at Hood College Open
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mxc/2017-18/releases/recap_hood

Gallaudet men’s swimming
Records fall as Gallaudet men’s swimming begins new season
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mswimdive/2017-18/releases/recap_frostburg

Gallaudet women’s swimming
GU women’s swimming drop season opener to Frostburg St.
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wswimdive/2017-18/releases/recap_frostburg

Gallaudet women’s soccer
GU women’s soccer lose in double overtime to Penn St.-Abington
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wsoc/2017-18/releases/recap_psa

Gallaudet men’s soccer
Bison fall on the road to Penn St.-Abington
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/msoc/2017-18/releases/recap_psa

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Iowa football

We defeated the Missouri School for the Deaf today during our homecoming
game 76-54.  After a back and forth 1st quarter and MSD taking a 20-14
lead
early in the 2nd, we took control and didn’t look back.  We led 42-28 at
halftime, and was up 70-42 at the end of the third quarter when MSD asked
for a running clock.

We had 630 yards total offense, 592 yards on the ground.  We were again
led
by Layne Guerrero working out of the shotgun.  He had 34 carries for 576
yards and 10 touchdowns.  He was also 3 of 9 passing for 38 yards and a
touchdown to Jayden Kohl.  Kohl was our leading receiver, catching all
three of Layne’s passes.  Most of Layne’s rushing yardage were out of
passing plays when Missouri covered everyone and left him wide open to
just
take off and hurt them with his legs.

Layne also led us with 28 total tackles, including 10 quarterback sacks.
With those sacks, he had 18 unassisted tackles to go with 10 assists.  Ben
Brakke followed up his best game last week with another great game today,
with eight unassisted tackles and 13 total, including a quarterback sack.
As a team, we had 14 quarterback sacks, with Jayden Kohl, Cory Jacobson,
and Nathan Weigel each adding another one.  Jayden was quite busy at the
safety position, having seven unassisted tackles, including the
quarterback
sack, eight total tackles, as as well as three pass breakups.  Damien
Holste also held up his side of the field at the safety position, racking
up six tackles total, three unassisted, and a fumble recovery. As a team,
we had 41 unassisted tackles (including the 14 quarterback sacks), and 29
assists, for 70 total tackles.  It was our best tackling effort this year.
We did miss some tackles, and that allowed Missouri to score, but I can
say
that we pretty much made them work for their points.

We are now 1-4, and host Kansas School for the Deaf Thursday (Oct. 19th)
at
4:00 for our last home game.  The game time is a change from the original
4:30 kickoff time, in order to beat potential darkness.  I know we have
our
work cut out for us with Kansas, but today’s game gives us a confidence
booster for the last two games of the season.

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Michigan football

It was homecoming weekend at Michigan School for the Deaf. We had our
homecoming today October 14 against the Superior Central Cougars. We knew
they were going to be a big challenge for us. It was a rainy wet day on the
field but our guys played with lot of obstacles, one of our biggest
obstacle was to play with only 8 men on the field with no subs. The score
was 60 to 7.. Our players of the game were Aaron Richards with 120 Rush
yards 1 touchdown and 1 field goal. We haven’t had a field goal kick in a
long time. And on defense our players of the game was Aaron Richards with
11 solo tackles and 4 assists, and Jason Thoune with 7 solo tackles and 2
assists. We had enjoyed having Superior Central coming down to play our
homecoming. If you ever go up to the UP stop by and visit the great
environment of the family of our football team. They played with great
sportsmanship and so did our players.. read these comments from the coach
and fans from the Superior Central Cougars team…

Kim Eggleston the fan- Your boys played great! They had great sportsmanship
& never stopped fighting.

Sam Eggleston the coach- Your boys are awesome. They have our respect and
our friendship. Thank you for hosting us.

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Oklahoma football

OSD got whipped 46-0 by Mississippi last Thursday. They have a good
team! I’d pay to watch them play Kansas.

OSD is a very young team.  We’re led by junior Dylan Evans. Sophomore
Tyler Manik has good upside for the future.

Defensively, Dylan Evans also is the leader leader in tackles.

newspaper story
Injury bug sinks OSD’s bid for win

In its matchup with the Mississippi School for the Deaf Bulldogs Thursday
morning, Oklahoma School for the Deaf celebrated the 25th anniversary of
eight-man Indian football, honoring those who founded the team in 1992
following a 16-year hiatus from football after the OSD 11-man team
disbanded in 1976.

http://www.ardmoreite.com/news/20171014/injury-bug-sinks-osds-bid-for-win

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Rochester soccer

RSD faced Rhode Island in the last game of the Friendship Tournament at
Rome, NY. It was agreed upon to play 8 vs. 8 this game. We were very
excited to see how this match would unfold as we knew we would see them
next weekend for ESDAA.

RSD came out strong and was able to capitalize early. Courtney Gentzke had
two goals in the first half with Bryn Huggins adding another to end the
half 3-0.

In the second half, Issac Perez knocked in another Penalty kick. Rhode
Island was able to score one goal before the final buzzer, ending the game
at 4-1.

Final Score:
RSD: 4
RI: 1

Goals:
Gentzke (2)
Huggins (1)
Perez (1)

Assists:
Walshvelo (2)

Overall Record 7-4-1

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Texas football

newspaper story

Brazos Christian 21, Texas School for the Deaf 20

AUSTIN — Down 13 points to start the fourth quarter, Brazos Christian
rallied for a pair of late touchdowns to squeak past Texas School for the
Deaf 21-20 on Friday in a TAPPS Division III District 4 opener.

TSD led 20-7 at halftime and carried that lead into the fourth quarter,
but Tucker Hartis scored on a 35-yard run and Blake Griffin kicked the
extra point to start Brazos Christian’s rally with 8 minutes, 12 seconds
left.

With just over 3 minutes left, Brazos Christian (4-1, 1-0) began an
11-play march that ended in the end zone thanks to a trick play. Hartis
took a direct snap as quarterback Bryce Steel stepped aside. Hartis then
pitched the ball to Cooper Kay, who threw a 6-yard pass to Steel in the
right side of the end zone. Griffin tacked on the go-ahead PAT for the
Eagle victory.
 

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DeafDigest Sports – October 13, 2017

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

— ESDAA-I soccer tournament format

— Gallaudet football honors

— upcoming football games

— yesterday’s football scores

— rugby at Gallaudet

Deaf Sports Collections update
— amazing feat by a rookie wrestler
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/aurora-defensive-end/

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Deaf Schools won-lost records

http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/
(10/13/17 updates)

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football scores (10/08/17 update)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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football score Tuesday
Kansas 68 Illinois 0

football scores Wednesday
Carolinas 34 Louisiana 28

Fountain Inn Christian 54 South Carolina 22

Thursday’s football scores
Mississippi 46 Oklahoma 0

Genoa 60 Colorado 0
St Francis 56 Florida 6
Roy 81 New Mexico 41

Oct 12 Tennessee at Carolinas (Carolinas gets forfeit win)
Oct 12 Arkansas at Oklahoma (Oklahoma gets forfeit win)

Oct 12 Washington hosts Oakville
not sure if game was played – facebook posting said
“Homecoming game on pause due to lightning”

today’s football games
Oct 13 Alabama at Brilliant
Oct 13 Maryland hosts Kingman
Oct 13 Texas hosts Brazos Christian

Saturday’s football games
Oct 14 Michigan hosts Superior Central
Oct 14 Minnesota at Wisconsin
Oct 14 Riverside at Fremont
Oct 14 Indiana at Model
Oct 14 Missouri at Iowa

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Gallaudet football honors

2017 ECFC Play of the Week – Week 6 Winner
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bBL9gbdQsgc

GU’s Louie Akuffo named to the D3football.com Team of the Week

MINNEAPOLIS – Gallaudet University junior linebacker Louie Akuffo (Bowie,
Md.) was named to the D3football.com Team of the Week after lead the Bison
defense during their record-setting victory over Anna Maria College last
Saturday. This is Akuffo’s first time receiving the honor and only the
eighth time in Gallaudet history that a player has earned this
distinction.

http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/fball/2017-18/releases/d3tow-week6

note:
this honor is big – a national honor, not a local or a regional honor;
it is equivalent to making the “weekly” national NCAA-III All-American
football team!

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ESDAA-I soccer tournament format

FRIDAY
two pools (Pool A and B)   play round robin – 2 games on Friday

SATURDAY
Pool A 2nd vs Pool B 1st
Pool B 2nd vs Pool A 1st
then winners play for the title

Pool A 3rd vs Pool B 3rd play for 5th place

POOL A
American
Lexington
Ohio

POOL B
Marie Philip
NY-Fanwood
WPSD

every game will be a 2-20 minute halves – if tie, go to shoot-out format (no overtime period)

it is 11-man regulation soccer

hosted by Marie Philip School on Friday October 20nd and Saturday
October 21st

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American soccer

American School for the Deaf Soccer team versus Lexington.  Our team were
exhausted from yesterday game and still fighting hard today game. ASD won
the game by 1 point. ASD 1-0 Lexington. ASD record 8-1-1.

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Arkansas volleyball

Arkansas School for the Deaf VS Oklahoma School for the Deaf on October 11, 2017 at Fulton, Oklahoma
 
ASD JR Varsity vs OSD JRV – Lost 2 Matches & Score: 10-25 & 11-25 
 
ASD Varsity vs OSD Varsity – won 2 & Lost 3  Matches & Score: 15-25 / 25-12 / 22-25 / 25-16 & 13-15 
 
ASD JRV RECORD: Won 0 & Lost 13
 
ASD VARSITY RECORD: Won 6 lost 20 (Deaf School Record: Won 5 & Lost 4)
 
Next game: ASD Volleyball Varsity will play against Ridgway Christian Academy at 4:30 PM, October 17th.

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Florida football

We lost to St. Francis Catholic. The score was 6-56. We will be ready to
play against Alabama School for the Deaf on Saturday, October 21.

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Kansas volleyball

Last Monday’s Match Against Midland

Final Scores:

KSD vs. Midland
26-24
19-25
17-25
9-25

Player Stats:
-Avery Meza: 2 aces
-Madison Welch: 3 aces, 4 kills
-Kaylee Wells: 3 aces, 2 kills
-Jamaika Jones: 1 kill
-Tiadra Vang: 3 aces, 2 kills, 4 assists

Team record: 19-9

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Lexington soccer

Against ASD

First Half: Tayqwan Richardson (goalie)- saves 3. Lex team made 6 shoots,
had a chance but a lot miss opportunities.  The result scored 0-1 in first
half.

Second Half: Tayqwan Richardson (goalie)- saves 6. Lex team made same 6
shoots, it was miss opportunities. It was tough game. The result scored
0-1.

Record: 6won, 1tied, and 4lost

Against Hallen

First Half: Tayqwan Richardson (goalie)- saves 5.
Steve Salmon made one goal.
The result scored 1-0 in first half.

Second Half: Tayqwman Richardson (goalie)- saves 7.
Steve Salmon made one goal
The result scored 2-2 in second half.

Record: 4 won, 1 tied, and 3 lost

Against Stevenson

First half: Tayqwan Richardson (goalie)- saves 2.
Luis Linares (midfielder) made one goal.
Steve Salmon (midfielder) made two goals.
The result scored 3-0 in first half.

Second Half: Tayqwan Richardson (goalie)- save 1.
Christian Zitle (forward) made one goal.
Jean Carlos Diaz (midfielder) made one goal.
Steve Salmon (midfielder) made one goal.
The result scored 6-1in second half.

Record: 5won, 1tied, and 3lost

Against MKSD

First Half: Tayqwan Richardson (goalie)- save 1. Christian Zitle (forward)
made one goal. Jovanni Vega (forward) made one assist from Christian.
Steve Salmon (midfielder) made one goal.
The result scored 2-0 in first half.

Second Half: Tayqwan Richardson (goalie)- saves 2. Jovanni Vega (forward)
made one goal. Steve Salmon (midfielder) made one assist from Jovanni.
The result scored 3-1 in second half.

Record: 6won, one tied, and 3 lost

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Mississippi football

MSD 46 OKSD 0
The game ended in the 2n half due to the mercy rule in the state of Oklahoma.

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Model volleyball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Volleyball

Volleyball

Date: Thursday, October 12, 2017 at 4:00 pm

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 3

Grace Brethren Christian School: 0

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Ohio soccer

10/12/17

KIPP at Ohio

Ohio 11, KIPP 0
Season Record 6-2

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Rochester soccer

Powerhouse Rapids took on RSD on our pitch for a non-league game. The
Rapids had a copious amount of substitutes compared to our two. With 80
minute games, we knew this may be trouble.

The first half was extremely even as both teams were playing aggressive.
For the first time this season, Rapids was able to score against us first.
However, within just a few minutes later, off a free kick by Bode Aggas,
Walshvelo was able to tie the game 1-a-piece. We were looking to go into
halftime at a tie, but Rapids was able to sneak a beautiful shot in our
net
during the waning minutes of the first half.

In the second half, Rapids were able to pull away. RSD battled tough and
was able to tack on one more goal, but it was not enough. We had several
opportunities to make the game competitive, but we just couldn’t finish on
goal.

RSD travels to the Friendship Tournament this weekend in Rome where we
will
be playing 11 v 11 by combining with a few different schools.

Final Score:
Rapids: 7
RSD: 2

Goals:
Walshvelo (1)
Aggas (1)

Assists:
Aggas (1)
Coates (1)

Overall record: 5-4-1

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St Mary’s boys soccer

The Bisons travelled to North Tonawanda yesterday afternoon to face off
against the Eagles from the Christian Academy of Western New York(CAWNY). 
This was our first of two meetings against  CAWNY this season. Once we
arrived to the game it was clear that the boys were going to get a little
dirty.  The field was completely water logged with giant standing puddles
all over.  The conditions were borderline non playable but with no other
dates on the calendar to make up a postponed match we were forced into
action.  Both teams seemed to struggle in the first half of the contest. 
Any time an attempt was made to advance the ball into the other team’s
offensive zone, it would sink into the ground and not move.  The Eagles as
well as the Bisons couldn’t dribble or make any type of fluid pass to set
up scoring chances.  The score was 0-0 at halftime and both benches were
trying to figure out a strategy that would help get their squad on the
board.  In the 2nd half of play, both team
s spread out the field in an effort to keep the ball out of the middle
where the majority of water was.  The Bisons had some solid chances to
score but all of our shots either went wide or over the cage. 
Unfortunately, our opposition took advantage of their  opportunities and
were able to sneak a few past our keeper.  As the game wore on, we were
forced to take some more offensive risks by pushing up the field and
adding an extra offensive attacker.  That however left our defense exposed
to some odd man rushes by the Eagles which in turn resulted in a 3-0 loss. 
The Bisons will learn from this experience and use it when we play CAWNY
again next week Tuesday at our house.  This will be our last tune-up
before we host the D2 ESDAA soccer tournament next weekend.  Please wish
our boys luck.
Thanks,
Coach Booke & Coach Leroy

Overall Record: 3-5-1

Individual Stats:
Christian Lawrence- 8 saves

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Texas volleyball

TSD  25  25  25
SMA 13  12  17

Thursday
Faith Academy   13  17  13
TSD             25  25  25

Current record- 32-9-1
District- 11-1

Next week is our big week-  Playing against Geneva (#3 in district) and
Brentwood (#1 in District), We must win both games to give us a chance to
play for District Championship against Brentwood again.  (Lost to them 2-3
in our first meet)

We have clinched a home game in state playoff on October 31st.

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Western Pennsylvania soccer

playing in three TOUGH ROAD games in three days -  ouch!

losing, 2-1 and 3-1 in these first two days…  and on the third day,
traveling to First Baptist – Our goal is to make sure that they do not
clinch the second seed and host the first round of playoffs.  We found
ourselves down 3-0 at the half time.   But we are not about to wave the
white flag.  We clawed and scratched our way back in and scored four goals
to their none, winning this game, 4-3.  With this victory, we ended up
.500 in the league play and forced First Baptist to travel in the first
round of playoffs.

LEAGUE RECORD: 5-5-0

OVERALL RECORD: 10-6-0

We have a week of “rest and recuperate” before embarking to Marie Philip
School for the Third Annual ESDAA Division I Soccer Tournament.

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rugby at Gallaudet

for a few years in the late sixties/early seventies, Gallaudet
had a rugby club that competed against local rugby teams.

Part of a newspaper story that surfaced yesterday was this:

Before working at Community College of Philadelphia, Ned Bachus taught at
the Pennsylvania School for the Deaf. As a graduate student at Gallaudet
College (now University), he founded the first rugby club for the deaf
in the U.S

Ned was supportive of efforts to establish an all-deaf rugby team
few years ago. Unfortunately this venture didn’t last.

Players were not willing to help financially and to regularly
attend practices – and so the team failed to continue in the
long run.
 

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DeafDigest Sports – October 10, 2017

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

— upcoming football games

— Gallaudet football tweet

— cross country updates

— soccer and volleyball updates

— Kentucky’s deaf point guard

Deaf Sports Collections update
— ten seasons in Canadian Football League
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/deaf-pitcher-stefan-anderson/

(outstanding athlete – baseball, basketball and football)

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Deaf Schools won-lost records

http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/
(10/10/17 updates)

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football scores (10/08/17 update)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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upcoming football games
Oct 10 Illinois at Kansas

Oct 11 South Carolina hosts Fountain Inn Christian
Oct 11 Louisiana at Carolinas (at Morganton – replaces Tennessee forfeited game)

Oct 12 Tennessee at Carolinas (Carolinas gets forfeit win)
Oct 12 Arkansas at Oklahoma (Oklahoma gets forfeit win)
Oct 12 Florida hosts St Francis
Oct 12 Mississippi at Oklahoma (replaces the Arkansas forfeited game above)
Oct 12 Colorado at Hugo
Oct 12 Roy at New Mexico
Oct 12 Washington hosts Oakville

Oct 13 Alabama at Brilliant
Oct 13 Maryland hosts Kingman
Oct 13 Texas hosts Brazos Christian

Oct 14 Michigan hosts Superior Central
Oct 14 Minnesota at Wisconsin
Oct 14 Riverside at Fremont
Oct 14 Indiana at Model
Oct 14 Missouri at Iowa

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Comments re Spike Out at Maryland

from one school

I think it’s awesome!   All teams enjoyed their time there… 

I have to tip my hat off to Andy and his committee for an outstanding job!  

Attended the meeting and it was interesting and informative…

MSSD will be hosting the XX Spike Out and they may stick to Division I
only due to lodgings 

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Gallaudet football

a tweet

Congrats to #Gallaudet’s Benton, Bonheyo, Meadows, Akuffo, Gray for being
named to the @NoontimeSports Team of the Week! #GUBison #d3fbGallaudet
Athletics added,

Noontime Sports @NoontimeSports

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Florida football

newspaper prediction

TU pick: St. Francis 36, Florida Deaf 13.

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Minnesota volleyball

the first time in 15 seasons the Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf
didn’t win the Great Plains Schools for the Deaf volleyball tournament
in Fulton, Missouri.

full story at:
http://www.southernminn.com/faribault_daily_news/sports/article_df30fd2c-9c26-530e-8ca0-e9053d2323d5.html

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Oregon soccer

newspaper headline

SALEM — Umpqua Valley Christian’s boys soccer team defeated the Oregon
School for the Deaf, 8-1, in Monday’s Special District 6 game.

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Oregon cross country

FW: OSD Boys 3rd place! Amy J. 23rd place! (fwd)

Wow what a day for Cross Country Panthers

ran well today!!

Our boys Cross Country came in 3rd place overall out of 7 teams!

1st place- *Sandi *

6th place- *Cody*

15th place- *Larry*

28th place *Jose L.*

45 place *Hunter L.*

55 place *Oscar*

Total 78 runners overall!

Official Team Scores

1.
Riverdale
37

2.
Chemawa
66

3.
Oregon School for the Deaf
83

4.
Stayton
107

5.
Santiam Christian

109

6.
Willamina
144

7.
Regis
146

*Amy *the solo runner got 23rd  place out of total 58 runners!! Good job
Amy! yay!

The Proud Panthers got a big boost today!

Proud of you guys staying on the team!

I know some of you playing soccer and cross country is a challenging task.

Keep it up!

Lets give another shot next week!

Then two more weeks is our big meet of the season end is the  *Districts!*

Go Panthers!

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Texas volleyball facts

1. went 14-0 in sets at the National Spike Out

2. already broke the season record for most wins (matches)
old record was 29 wins; new record is 30 (and counting)

3. four matches remaining in regular season and then TAPPS
playoffs.

4. team is ranked #2 in district

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Western Pennsylvania sports

LAST WEEKEND’S RESULTS -

SOCCER – lost to Evangel Heights, 3-2

LEAGUE RECORD: 4-4-0

OVERALL RECORD: 9-4-0

VOLLEYBALL -

FRIDAY’S RESULTS

1) beat Marie Philip, 2-0 (25-24 and 25-15)

2) beat NYSD-Fanwood, 2-0 (25-10 and 25-10)

3) beat Michigan, 2-0 (25-13 and 25-17)

4) beat Lexington, 2-1 (21-25, 25-15, and 15-10)

SATURDAY’S RESULTS

1) beat Rochester, 2-1 (25-17, 19-25, and 15-6)

We finished the Pool Play with a 5-0 record and are seeded #1

BRACKET PLAY

SEMI FINALS

beat Lexington, 2-0 (25-12 and 25-19)

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

beat Marie Philip, 2-1 (25-7, 23-25, and 15-13)

Cheyenne Sloan and Olivia Larson were named to the All-Tournament team

LEAGUE RECORD: 9-2
OVERALL RECORD: 19-4

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Kentucky’s deaf point guard

Kentucky Basketball: 5-star point guard Quade Green is ‘better than I thought,’ John Calipari says

He was born 80 percent deaf and struggled to speak for years before
auditory implants and speech therapists helped him overcome those
challenges

full story at:
https://www.seccountry.com/kentucky/kentucky-uk-basketball-preview-quade-green-better-calipari-thought
 

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DeafDigest Sports – October 8, 2017

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

— Saturday football scores

— a huge Gallaudet football and women’s soccer wins

— other Gallaudet updates

— volleyball (National Spike Out & Great Plains scores)

— soccer updates

Deaf Sports Collections update
— deaf player in British Premier soccer league
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/south-carolina-running-back/

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Deaf Schools won-lost records

http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/
(10/08/17 updates)

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football scores (10/08/17 update)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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Thursday football scores

Wisconsin 50 Michigan 14

Hanover 53 Colorado 0
Harvest Community 41 Florida 7
North Shelby 66 Kansas 54
Williams 58 Phoenix 8
Naselle 60 Washington 14

Friday’s football scores
Alabama 50 Vina 20
Indiana 52 Crimson Knights 33
Maryland 52 Parkside (Chavez) 30

Central Maryland Christian 38 Model 0
Sherman Indian 24 Riverside 14

Saturday’s football games
Minnesota 26 Illinois 22
Mississippi 56 Georgia 6
New Mexico 70 Missouri 19
Oklahoma 74 Iowa 22
South Carolina 76 Carolinas 52
Oct 7 Louisiana at Tennessee (Louisiana gets forfeit win)

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Gallaudet football

Gallaudet football shatters school records in 73-23 rout of Anna Maria

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University football team rewrote the school
record book here Saturday afternoon with a 73-23 thrashing of Anna Maria
College before 473 at Hotchkiss Field. The win is the first for Gallaudet
this season and its first Eastern Collegiate Football Conference (ECFC)
win.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/fball/2017-18/releases/recap_amc

notes:
1. the win was a sweet, sweet revenge since Anna Maria defeated Gallaudet
last season 27-13

2. the 73 points is the highest in modern Gallaudet football era (1947
thru this season).

The highest scoring games in the early era Gallaudet football (1883 thru
1937) were:

1913 Gallaudet 103 Baltimore City College 0
1914 Gallaudet 93  Rock Hill College 0
1928 Gallaudet 84  Bridgewater 0
1929 Gallaudet 80  Shenandoah University 0

(Gallaudet fielded no teams between 1938 and 1946)

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Gallaudet women’s soccer

Wheeler, Mallach combine for seven goals as GU rolls past SUNY Cobleskill, 9-0

COBLESKILL, N.Y. – Gallaudet University wasted little time here Saturday
in its North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) women’s soccer game
against SUNY Cobleskill. Freshman forward Danielle Wheeler (San Jose,
Calif.) scored a goal a minute into the game and netted her second in the
eighth minute as the Bison led 2-0 early on. Wheeler added two more second
half goals as Gallaudet rolled to a 9-0 victory.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wsoc/2017-18/releases/recap_cobleskill

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Gallaudet men’s soccer

Bison tripped up by SUNY Cobleskill, 2-1

COBLESKILL, N.Y. – The Gallaudet University men’s soccer team fell to SUNY
Cobleskill, 2-1, here Saturday afternoon in a North Eastern Athletic
Conference (NEAC) game.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/msoc/2017-18/releases/recap_cobleskill

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Gallaudet women’s cross country

Gallaudet women’s team finish 6th at Goucher Classic

TOWSON, Md. – The Gallaudet University women’s cross country team finished
sixth overall at the Goucher College Classic here Saturday out of seven
teams

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Gallaudet men’s cross country

Hohneke leads Gallaudet’s men’s team at Goucher Classic

TOWSON, Md. – The Gallaudet University men’s cross country team ran here
Saturday at the Goucher Classic. Due to official course error, the
finishes are skewed according to the Goucher College Athletics Department.
While the top finishes and the team point scores are not official the
Gallaudet times are correct.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mxc/2017-18/releases/recap_goucher

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National Spike Out results

Division I
champion – Texas
runner up – Maryland
3rd – Fremont
4th – Indiana
5th – Riverside
6th – Model

championship scores: 25 – 20; 25 – 18

Division II
champion – Western Pennsylvania
runner up – Marie Philip
3rd – Lexington
4th – Rochester
5th – Michigan
6th – New York

championship scores: 25-7; 23-25; 15-13

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Great Plains volleyball

(as reported by Kansas)

Day One:
KSD vs MSAD 3-0
25-15
25-11
15-10

Player Stats:
Cierra Sherwood: 4 aces, 1 kill
Jamaika Jones: 1 ace
Katja Grace: 1 ace, 1 assist
Kaylee Wells: 4 aces
Madison Welch: 5 aces, 8 kills
Tiadra Vang: 1 ace, 1 kill, 6 assists

KSD vs OSD 3-0
25-21
25-12
15-8

Player stats:
Cierra Sherwood: 3 aces, 1 kill
Katja Grace: 1 ace, 3 kills
Kaylee Wells: 4 aces
Madison Welch: 1 ace, 11 kills, 1 block
Tiadra Vang: 8 aces, 2 kills, 6 assists

KSD vs MSD 3-0
25-9
25-6
15-7

Player stats:
Cierra Sherwood: 2 aces, 2 kills
Avery Meza: 1 ace
Jamaika Jones: 2 aces
Katja Grace: 9 aces, 1 kill
Madison Welch: 2 aces, 5 kills
Tiadra Vang: 10 aces, 3 kills, 8 assists

Day Two:
KSD vs ISD 2-0
25-10
25-15

Player stats:
Cierra Sherwood: 1 ace, 3 kills
Jamaika Jones: 3 aces
Katja Grace: 1 ace
Kaylee Wells: 1 assist
Madison Welch: 2 aces, 6 kills, 1 block
Tiadra Vang: 7 aces, 1 kill, 3 assist

KSD vs WSD 2-0
25-10
25-19

Player stats:
Cierra Sherwood: 4 aces, 3 kills
Kaylee Wells: 3 aces
Madison Welch: 8 aces, 5 kills
Tiadra Vang: 4 aces, 2 assists

Championship Game
KSD vs NMSD 2-1
15-25
25-20
15-13

Player stats:
Cierra Sherwood: 2 aces, 1 kill
Jamaika Jones: 1 ace
Katja Grace: 1 ace, 1 kill, 1 assist
Madison Welch: 6 aces, 7 kills, 1 block
Tiadra Vang: 6 aces, 1 kill, 5 assists

Team record: 19-8

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Carolinas football

NCSD drops homecoming football game, 76-52

The combined North Carolina Schools for the Deaf football team trailed
just 30-22 late in the opening half on Saturday against the South Carolina
School for the Deaf and Blind on the Bears’ 73rd annual homecoming
weekend at Alumni Field in Morganton.

full story at:
http://www.morganton.com/sports/ncsd-drops-homecoming-football-game/article_50750838-abab-11e7-926b-cf46a0952f27.html

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Iowa football

Lost to Oklahoma School for the Deaf this afternoon, 74-22.  We had some
improvements from past games.  Offensively, Layne Guerrero led us with 430
all-purpose yards.  He had 25 rushes for 306 yards, and two touchdowns. 
He
also was 8 of 17 passing for 50 yards.  He had a 74 yard kickoff return in
the 4th quarter for a touchdown.

Defensively, Ben Brakke led the way with six total tackles, three
unassisted.  Ben also had a pass deflection.  Our tackles were even spread
among everyone.  Regardless, we still need to work on our tackling, as we
only totaled 25 tackles, 14 unassisted.

We did hurt ourselves with turnovers again, giving away five this week. 
We
did have a couple of sustained drives that stalled in the red zone, which
could have given us some more points.  Between the turnovers and the
drives
stalling in the red zone, we gave away potentially 40 points that we could
have had on our side of the board.

We play the Missouri School for the Deaf next week for our Homecoming
game.

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Mississippi football

MSD 56 GSD 6 MSD 6-0

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Missouri football

New Mexico won 70-19. Damar Washington caught
two touchdown passes and also made 12 tackles.

The touchdown passes was thrown by the starter
and the back up.

While it was a long day, it was another learning
experience.

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Ohio Soccer

Friday 10/6/17
Ohio at West Virginia SDB in Romney, WV
Ohio 10, WVSDB 2

Saturday 10/7/17
Ohio 7, WVSDB 1

Season Record is 4-2.

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Oregon soccer

Oregon School for the Deaf cuts football, but new soccer program keeps
Panther pride strong

SALEM, OR (KPTV) -
Due to dwindling numbers of players and escalating miles for road trips,
the Oregon School for the Deaf had to let go of football. The school
gained soccer, though, bringing Panther Pride to the pitch.

full story at:
http://www.kptv.com/story/36542369/oregon-school-for-the-deaf-cuts-football-but-new-soccer-program-keeps-panther-pride-strong

 

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DeafDigest Sports – September 26, 2017

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

— upcoming football games

— Gallaudet men’s soccer

— Gallaudet baseball player

— volleyball updates

— soccer updates

— inspiring story of a Gallaudet baseball player

Deaf Sports Collections update
— Football star’s mysterious deafness
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/somewhat-deaf-football-player/

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Deaf Schools won-lost records
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/
(9/26/17 updates)

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football scores (9/24/17 update)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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upcoming football games

Sep 28 Michigan at Webberville
Sep 28 Florida hosts Merritt Island Christian (changed date due to hurricane)
Sep 28 Louisiana hosts Lake Charles Home School
Sep 28 Oklahoma at Kansas
Sep 28 Maryland hosts Maret
Sep 28 Missouri at Osceola
Sep 28 Washington hosts MMK

Sep 29 Texas at Fremont
Sep 29 Riverside hosts Webb
Sep 29 Indiana at Union Dugger
Sep 29 Alabama hosts JCA (JCA dropped football; Alabama gets forfeit win)

Sep 30 Model at Northern Virginia Christian Academy
Sep 30 Arkansas at Minnesota (Minnesota gets forfeit win)
Sep 30 New Mexico at Colorado (game has been taken off the schedule)
Sep 30 New Mexico at Minnesota (Minnesota’s homecoming day)
Sep 30 South Carolina at Mississippi
Sep 30 Colorado at Phoenix
Sep 30 Iowa at Wisconsin
Sep 30 Carolinas at Georgia
Sep 30 Illinois at Alden-Hebron

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Gallaudet men’s soccer

Bison get defensive against Christendom
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/msoc/2017-18/releases/recap_christendom

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Gallaudet baseball player

Finding his place
http://www.monroenews.com/news/20170925/finding-his-place

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Alabama football

Next football game: Friday, October 6  Vina at ASD

Forfeit win (JCA) this Friday.

Glad we could play well last Saturday

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Alabama volleyball

*Thursday, September 21*

Victory Chritian 3  Alabama 0  (25-13, 25-12, 25-16)

*Saturday, September 23*
Wadley Invitational Tournament

Wadley 2  Alabama 0  (25-9, 25-14)
Lagrange 2  Alabama 0 (25-15, 25-14)
Horseshoe Bend 2  Alabama 0  (25-9, 25-13)
Beulah 2  Alabama 0  (25-19, 25-7)
Woodland 2  Alabama 0  (25-11, 25-7)

Season record:  3 – 12

Munford 2  Alabama 0  (25-14, 25-5)

Season record:  3 – 13

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Florida volleyball

Junior Varsity

September 21, 2017              Interlachen vs. FSDB            Home           
1-4     0-3
                                                                                                       
(District)

Team    Game 1  Game 2  Game 3
Interlachen     25      25
FSDB    22      8

Player  Aces    Kills   Blocks  Assists Digs
Adriana Guerreo 0       0       0       1       0
Ling Martinez   0       0       0       0       1
Samantha Suarez 3       0       0       0       3
Keliah Williams 0       0       0       0       1
Amanda Jackson  3       1       0       0       2

This was our first home game. We lost 22 – 25 and 8 – 25 to Interlachen.
Our first set was when we felt we were in system. We could play together
well. We had four straight serving errors before they beat us in the first
set. These errors hurt our chance
to win the set. In the second set, we were out of system. We made many
errors. We couldn’t play together anymore. Hopefully, we can play together
ALL THE WAY next time. Our next home game is this Tuesday. Come and
support us!

Varsity

September 21, 2017              Interlachen vs. FSDB            Home           
0-8     0-3
                                                                                                        
(District)

Team    Game 1  Game 2  Game 3  Game 4  Game 5
Interlachen     25      25      25
FSDB    14      14      9

Player  Aces    Kills   Blocks  Assists Digs
Ashley Moore    0       0       0       1       7
Julianna Cuadrado       0       1       0       0       5
Nolan Fisher    0       0       0       0       1
Arlyssa Davis   0       5       0       0       3
Kira Speights   0       1       0       1       1
Ja’Myra Harris  0       0       0       1       1
Maggie Satterfield      1       0       0       4       1
Taria Pellicer  0       1       0       1       4
Lourdine Jordonne       3       2       0       1       1

Tonight was a roller coaster!  There were moments of greatness, but
overall the girls lacked chemistry and really doubted themselves on the
court.  They were very emotional and not themselves.  Their inexperience
really showed tonight.  We had a good
meeting after the game and we will watch some video next week.  The girls
have the skills, now they have to put it in action during game time to see
some results!

The next game will be our DIG PINK game at home on Tuesday, September 26
against Trinity Christian. MS plays at 5:00, JV plays at 6:00, and Varsity
plays at 7:00.  Please come out and support the girls as we raise money to
support breast cancer research!

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Kansas football

Last Saturday afternoon on September 23, Kansas School for the Deaf and
Missouri School for the Deaf played their third Deaf football games of the
season. Missouri and Kansas have been football rivals since 1920 when they
played their first Deaf football game against each other. KSD and MSD have
played against each other 86 times since that first game. For the KSD
homecoming, KSD beat MSD 64 to 6. KSD played an excellent game on defense
and offense. KSD will play against Oklahoma School for the Deaf this Thursday,
September 28 at 10:00 AM. Presently, KSD has 3 wins and 1 loss. This week
is the Great Plains Schools for the Deaf (GPSD) Championship Week. KSD is
undefeated and in first place for the Great Plains Schools for the Deaf
(GPSD) league, with 2 wins and 0 losses. KSD beat Arkansas School for the
Deaf by forfeit. If KSD wins this week, KSD will win the GPSD Football
Championship. I am so proud of the KSD Boys’ Football Team. We lost four
seniors who graduated last year, one all American football player who moved
to Texas School for the Deaf, and have five starters. We will lose five
seniors this year.

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Lexington soccer

September 23rd, at Lexington’s soccer game against Rhonde Island School
for
the Deaf on Saturday afternoon. Our game was 8v8 players on field.

First half: Christian Zitle(forward) made the first and second goals.
Jovanni Vega(forward) scored two goals and Steve Salmon scored one goal.
Tayqwan Richardson(goalie) hadn’t made any save due to our defense, they
have improved. They took control of the ball in the game. The first half
ended with a score of 5-0 in our favor.
Second half: Jovanni Vega scored a goal. RI school, one player scored a
goal from a free kick. The game ended with a result of 6-1 in our favor.
Vet players were bench in second half for the rest of the game and gave a
chance to the Lex’s new players with more knowledge to play and were
put in position
on the field to challenge them.

Lexington players started to open up, having more space to pass and
control
the ball in field. They still have to learn their set formation, play on
their right positons on field and to put hard pressure against the other
team.

Next game against Legacy it’s an away game on Monday, Sept 25th @4pm.

2-1 record

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Marie Philip volleyball

DATE: Monday September 25, 2017
LOCATION: Landmark School, Beverly, MA
RESULT: Marie Philip 3, Landmark 1 (16-25, 25-15, 25-17, 25-23)

STATS
Sabrina Rodrigues (10th) – 8 Aces, 4 Kills, 2 Assists, 2 Digs, 2
Receptions, and 16 Service Points
Zora Elliott-Mendelsohn (8th) – 1 Ace, 5 Kills, 9 Assists, 1 Dig, and 6
Service Points
Norma Aldana (12th) – 4 Aces, 4 Kills, 2 Assists, 1 Dig, 1 Reception, and
10 Service Points
Shayla Rochette (9th) – 7 Aces, 3 Kills, 2 Assists, 1 Reception, and 10
Service Points
Christine Vargas (12th) – 2 Aces, 2 Kills, 1 Assist, 3 Receptions, and 8
Service Points
Lily Fruguglietti (10th) – 2 Aces, 1 Assist, and 7 Service Points

REPORT
Today the Marie Philip Lady Ghosts took a long drive to Beverly for an
Independent Girls’ Conference (IGC) league match at the Landmark School. 
Our girls had a hard time getting used to Landmark’s court and match ball. 
The Vikings made the most of their home court advantage to secure a nice
set win.  However, we were able to adjust and we worked much harder to be
patient, make fewer mistakes, and to make every serve count.  The Lady
Ghosts worked harder and harder each set, but we were able to win today
3-1.  Today was not only the first time we won at the Landmark School, but
we also tied our school’s record for winning streak (5 matches, first set
in 2011).  Assistant coach Amanda Hilleque and I are very proud of the
team’s accomplishment today and we know there will be many more to come.

The Marie Philip Lady Ghosts are now 9-5 so far for the season, with a 4-1
record so far in IGC league play.  Our next match is a rematch against
Gann Academy on Thursday.

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Missouri volleyball

Missouri School for the Deaf played with Kansas School for the Deaf last
Saturday, September 23, at KSD. The team has improved working together
however, we didn’t win the game. The score were 14-25, 16-25, and 19-25.
Freshmen Addisyn Tappella helped the team with 9 serving points.  Senior
Melissa Davis earned 4 points for their team. Freshman, Kayla Nichols
helped the team earning points with 3 serve. Junior Delanzia Hayes helped
with the team getting the serve received and set 76% accuracy. Our record
now is 0-4. MSD Volleyball team will play tomorrow night (September 26)
with Bunceton R-IV at MSD at 6pm.

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Model football

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Football

Football

Date: Saturday, September 23, 2017 at 5:30 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 6

Texas School for the Deaf HS: 54

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Ohio Soccer

At Rochester homecoming
Rochester 1, OSD 0

Our two goals were nullified because of penalties. With the loss, we are 2-2 on the year.

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Oklahoma volleyball

We played McAlester JV
19-25, 25-17, 25-13, 12-25, 14-16
OSD record is 0-7

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Oregon soccer

City Christian 7 Oregon School For The Deaf 5

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Rhode Island co-ed soccer

RISD Soccer Team traveled to Lexington School for the Deaf in NYC to play
a
soccer game last Saturday (9/23). Due to the heat wave, the referees gave
us a water break halfway through each 40-minute halves and Lexington was
kind enough to play 8 v. 8 soccer as opposed to 11 since we only brought
11
players.

We started out slow in the first 20 minutes and allowed three quick goals.
After the first water break, our players finally got their heads into the
game and started playing much better. We were able to create some
opportunities, but didn’t convert on any of them. Lexington scored once
more to build a 4-0 halftime lead.

Our adjustments during halftime seemed to work as our defense clamped down
and didn’t allow Lexington to attack as much as they used to. Jayden E.
scored a great goal off a free kick for our first goal and we attacked the
ball much more afterwards, but we were unable to push the ball into the
net. Lexington scored once more before end of the game and the final score
was 5-1.

RISD will next travel to NYSD-Fanwood on Wednesday 9/27 in search of our
first win.

RISD – 0  1  – 1
LSD -  4  1  – 5

*RISD*
Jayden E. – 1 Goal
Juan F-E. – 13 Saves

*RISD Varsity Soccer Record:* 0-3
*Next Game:* Wednesday, September 27th @ New York School for the Deaf
(3:30
P.M.)

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Rochester volleyball

RSD hosted the Homecoming last weekend on Friday and Saturday. RSD Girls
Volleyball team won their first game of Homecoming against St.Mary’s with
2-0. The second game for the WIldcats played against Pennsylvania School
for the Deaf (PSD). PSD took the lead, but the WIldcats fought it and came
back to win the first set and then won the second set to take the Wildcats
lead for the round robin and entered the championship game. The next day,
PSD beat St.Mary’s in the semi-final. RSD and PSD played for the
championship game for the best of 5. RSD finished with 3-0 against PSD.

1st Game
RSD vs St.Mary’s
Set #1 – 25-21 W
Set #2 – 25-21 W

(McKenna Girod, 2 kills, and 5 aces) (Avion Henderson, 2 assists) (Emma
Kane, 5 aces)

2nd Game
RSD vs PSD
Set #1 – 26-24 W
Set #2 – 25-18 W

(McKenna Girod 1 kill and 3 aces) (Avion Henderson, 1 assist) (Mariana
Menzynski, 4 aces) (Juia Ott, 3 aces)

3rd Game (Championship game)
Set #1 – 25-6 W
Set #2 – 25-14 W
Set #3 – 25-20 W

(Mariana Menzynski, 5 aces) (McKenna Girod, 13 aces)

Record: 4-2

Next game today at 4:15 pm vs. Eugenio Maria De La Hostas

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St Mary’s soccer

GAME #1: SMSD vs RSD

The Bisons travelled to Rochester School for the Deaf for their annual
homecoming tournament.  In the first of a set of “round robin” match-ups,
we just happened to be selected as the Wildcats first opponent.  Both
teams were playing stout defense.  Christian Lawrence came up with some
key saves in goal to keep the game competitive.  Although the Wildcats had
a 2-0 lead with just under 15 minutes left to play, Nick Barrus rang a
shot off the oppositions cross bar and Givon Blackwell was in the perfect
position and did an excellent job of following the shot and anticipating
the rebound.  Givon headed the ball past their keeper for his first goal
of the season and closed the gap to within one score.  Despite a few more
solid opportunities, we couldn’t tie the game and ended up suffering our
first loss of the season 2-1.

Overall Record: 1-1

Individual Stats:
Givon Blackwell- 1 goal (1st of the season)
Christian Lawrence- 7 saves

GAME #2: SMSD vs OSD

Despite having just played, the way the tournament format was created it
forced our team into another game back to back against division 1 power
house Ohio School for the Deaf.  The Spartans appeared bigger, faster,
stronger, and visibly fresher considering they hadn’t played a game yet. 
Our boys were already exhausted from a competitive contest against
Rochester, not to mention that we were dealing with the temperature
outside climbing into the upper 80′s.  OSD dominated the game from start
to finish.  With no gas left in our tanks, we did our best to not give up
despite our opponent scoring 6 unanswered goals in the first half and
twice more in the 2nd half.  The coaches explained to our players during
the halftime that games such as these are a true test of our teams
character and our ability to stick together.  It tests our patience and
our ability to control our emotions.  It should be noted that we weren’t
shutout and with 2 minutes left in the match, Isa Habeeb was re
warded for his tenacity by scoring his first goal of the season with a
shot that slipped through the goalies legs.  Once again, the coaches gave
our boys a lot of credit for hanging in there and getting through the game
without giving up despite all of the adversity.  The final score was 8-1.

Overall Record: 1-2

Individual Stats:
Isa Habeeb- 1 goal (1st of the season)
Christian Lawrence- 16 saves

GAME #3: SMSD vs PSD

The following morning the Bisons took on the Panthers from Pennsylvania
School for the Deaf to determine 3rd place overall.  Prior to the game, we
explained to our players how our team’s character would be tested yet
again in our ability to move on past yesterday’s double loss and focus on
the task at hand.  The coaching staff has always implemented the “24 hour”
rule.  Which states that our players have 24 hours to celebrate a win or
get over a loss and then move towards putting their attention on the next
opponent.  We wanted to start fast and immediately attack the Panthers in
an effort to put them back on their heels.  Although we opened the game
with a barrage of shots, only one of them got through from Nick Barrus. 
Unfortunately, our defense had pushed up a little too far and PSD caught
us on a breakaway and knotted up the score 1-1 heading into halftime. 
After an exchange of goals by both teams in the 2nd half, the Bisons were
able grab the lead for good as a result of a direct kick from  Kassim
Kassim that found its way into the back of the Panthers net.  The 4-3
victory gave us 3rd place overall.

Overall Record: 2-2

Individual Stats:
Nick Barrus- 3 goals (3rd, 4th, and 5th of the season)
Kassim Kassim- 1 goal (1st of the season)
Christian Lawrence- 11 saves

Tournament all stars: Nick Barrus & Christian Lawrence

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St Mary’s volleyball

The lady Bisons traveled to Rochester over the weekend to participate in
their annual homecoming tournament.

Our first game was against the home team and our girls came ready to play.
Building off of our previous games, the girls continue to learn to play
more and more like a team. Cameron Cole and Elise Watson lead the team in
scoring with 7 points each. Aleyshka Rivera also earned some of her first
ever volleys in a game and Tatyana and Emma both showed more movement on
the court.

In our second match, we faced Destiny school from Rochester and we finally
got our W! When matched against this very new team our girls finally
pulled it together and won two straight sets. Kioney Alvira-Jurado was the
high scorer with 12 points followed closely by Elise Watson with 8. While
all the girls were definitely more active we still had to control our
passes to eke out our first set win. After that the girls became a little
too confident/ lacks and fell behind 3-17. After some quick refocusing we
were able to control our emotions long enough to close out the second/
final set.

Our last game of the evening was against PSD. With this being the last
game of the evening the stands were packed which led to a lot of
distraction for our girls. After a disappointing first set we rallied and
came back slightly stronger in the second. We just couldn’t seem to pull
ahead and in the end fell short.

To round out the tournament we played PSD again on Saturday morning. The
girls had a hard time shaking off the loss from the night before and
seemed a little intimidated this morning. We tried hard to come together
but with a high serving game of 4 points from Julia Bronneberg, it was
obvious we just weren’t in it. The girls held on for both sets and
finished in third place in the tournament. I know it was not what they
were hoping for but the coaches could not be happier with the effort put
in by this extremely young team.

Match scores
RSD
21-25
21-25

Destiny
25-14
25-22

PSD
15-25
18-25

PSD
12-25
13-25

Season record:
1-5

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Texas volleyball

Meridian 14 16 25 13
Texas      25 25 18 25

Texas 21-8-1

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Western Pennsylvania volleyball

VOLLEYBALL – won over Redeemer-Lutheran, 3-1 (25-13, 21-25, 25-14, and 25-15)

 LEAGUE RECORD: 5-1

OVERALL RECORD 8-3

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Wisconsin football

WSD won in HOT weather 60-8, the game ended after 3rd quarter end as ISD
decided to end the game.

 

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DeafDigest Sports – September 24, 2017

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

— Saturday’s  complete football scores

— volleyball updates

— soccer updates

— 300th career coaching win

— a hat trick performance in soccer

— Gallaudet cross country updates

Deaf Sports Collections update
— 5th string quarterback becomes #1 Gallaudet starter 
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/gallaudet-golden-gloves-boxing-champion/

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Deaf Schools won-lost records

http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/
(9/24/17 updates)

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football scores (9/24/17 update)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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Football results

Sep 21 South Carolina at Tennessee  (forfeit win for South Carolina)
Sep 21 Louisiana hosts LCHSA (forfeit win for Louisiana)
Sep 21 Washington at Wishkah (forfeit win for Washington)
Sep 23 Oklahoma at New Mexico (game was not played)

Riverside 36 Temecula Prep 6

Elbert 64 Colorado 6
St Johns County Day 27 Florida 25
George Washington 6 Fremont 0
Heartland Christian JV 60 Iowa 14

late Thursday score
San Jon 44  New Nexico 12

Saturday’s games
Maryland 40 St Michael’s 6

Michigan Lutheran 46 Michigan 14
Williams 44 Phoenix 34

Alabama 22 Indiana 0
Kansas 64 Missouri 6
Mississippi 50 Carolinas 12
Texas 54 Model 6
Wisconsin 60 Illinois 8

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Gallaudet volleyball

Coach Lynn Ray Boren earns his 300th career win at Gallaudet as Bison sweep Bryn Athyn
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wvball/2017-18/releases/recap_bac

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Gallaudet men’s soccer

Huber hat trick propels GU to its first win of the season in conference opener
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/msoc/2017-18/releases/recap_bac

note:
DeafDigest Sports editor saw Huber play in the past; he is big and physical
and practically overpowers anyone in his area of play

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Gallaudet women’s soccer

GU drops conference opener on Saturday night
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wsoc/2017-18/releases/recap_bac

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Gallaudet men’s cross country

Gallaudet men’s cross country team finish 13th at Hornet Harrier meet
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mxc/2017-18/releases/recap_hornetharrier

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Gallaudet women’s cross country

Bison place 15th at Hornet Harrier women’s cross country meet
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wxc/2017-18/releases/recap_hornetharrier

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Gallaudet football

yesterday was a bye; team resumes play next Saturday

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Colorado football

Rafael Carbajal Acosta scored the only CSDB touchdown in the 64-6 defeat to Elbert

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Indiana football

maxpreps recap

Football Game Recap: Indiana School for the Deaf vs. Alabama School for the Deaf

In their previous meeting, Indiana School for the Deaf delivered Alabama
School for the Deaf a punishing 35 – 8 defeat. The rematch, however, was a
total reversal. Indiana School for the Deaf wasn’t able to scrape together
any points, falling to Alabama School for the Deaf 22 – 0.

full recap at:
http://www.maxpreps.com/news/W9EglgTZIk61inS_rwg-GA/football-game-recap–indiana-school-for-the-deaf-vs-alabama-school-for-the-deaf.htm

note:
three Indiana turnovers led to all these three Alabama touchdowns

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Kansas volleyball

KSD vs MSD.   This morning we played Missouri School for the Deaf.  We beat them in 3 straight sets.

Final scores:
25-14
25-17
25-19

Player stats:
Cierra Sherwood: 3 aces, 4 kills
Jamiaka Jones: 2 aces
Katja Grace: 2 aces, 1 kill
Kaylee Wells: 7 aces, 2 kills
Madison Welch: 13 aces, 10 kills, 3 assists
Taylor Wise: 4 assists
Tiadra Vang: 7 aces, 5 kills, 8 assists

Team record: 12-6

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Maryland football

coach’s report
MSD (4-0) – 40
St. Michael (0-4) – 6

SM           0      6      0      0     6
MSD        0     32      8      0    40

Scoring Summary
S – Kendall fumble recovery in end zone (Run failed)
M – Long 65yd run (Braxton run)
M – Braxton 35yd run (Pavao run)
M – Anderson 46yd interception return (Pavao run)
M – Long 53yd run (Werner, Ja pass from Lewis)
M – Werner, Ja 23yd pass from Lewis (Braxton run)

Individual Stats
Rushing:
Eric Long: 6-123; 2 TDs
Miguel Pavao: 8-43
Maurice Braxton: 4-33; 1 TD

Passing:
Rory Lewis: 8-11-1; 121 yards; 1 TD

Receiving:
Jason Werner: 2-53; 1 TD
Maurice Braxton: 3-40

John Werner, Jr. led the team with 12 tackles. Stefan Anderson had a sack
and an interception. Jaden Joseph also had an interception.

Total Yards :
MSD: 295 yards (174 rushing/121 passing)
SM:  51 yards (36 rushing/15 passing)

Next week, we will play against Maret School on Thursday, September 28th at
7pm (Home).

newspaper story:
Long runs guide MSD past St. Michael

A personal foul negated his 70-yard touchdown catch in the first quarter,
and minutes later, a roughing-the-passer flag wiped out a 77-yard
interception return for a score. That didn’t stop the Maryland School
for the Deaf running back/wide receiver from racking up long-yardage plays
Saturday at MSD, and on this day it became oh so fitting that the
junior’s last name is Long.

full story at:
https://www.fredericknewspost.com/sports/level/high_school/long-runs-guide-msd-past-st-michael/article_87f60f8e-7dff-5bd8-877f-69c046f6e0d9.html

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Maryland volleyball

Oakdale Volleyball Tournament at Oakdale High School
Saturday, September 23

POOL
Maryland lost to Century HS, 0-3
Scores: 17-25, 20-25, 8-15

Maryland lost to Oakdale HS, 0-3
Scores: 18-25, 15-25, 3-15

Maryland beat Easton HS, 3-0
Scores: 25-14, 27-25, 15-7
Stats
Cara Bielucke
2 kills, 2 aces

Milana Bielucke
5 digs

Lexi Bullock
1 kill, 2 digs, 1 ace

Alyssa Glennon
7 assists, 2 aces

Rajena Guettler
7 kills, 2 blocks, 6 digs, 1 ace

Hanna Johnston-Shaw
1 dig

Cassidy Perry
9 kills, 1 block, 5 digs, 3 aces

Freya Seremeth
8 assists, 3 digs, 3 aces

All Tournament Honorable Mention – Cassidy Perry

Record:  10-8-3

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Model volleyball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Volleyball

Volleyball

Date: Saturday, September 23, 2017 at 4:00 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 0

Woodrow Wilson: 2

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Volleyball

Volleyball

Date: Saturday, September 23, 2017 at 2:00 pm

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 2

King Abdullah Academy: 1

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Volleyball

Volleyball

Date: Saturday, September 23, 2017 at 10:30 am

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 2

E.L. Haynes Public Charter School: 0

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Phoenix sports

Volleyball team defeated ASDB during their Homecoming Day, 3-0 (25-20,
25-6, 25-15). Now 2-7.  We won The Desert Duel (formerly called The Big
Game) Trophy (traveling trophy between ASDB & PDSD)!

Football team went up to Williams and lost a good game, 44-34.  Now 1-4.

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Riverside football

maxpreps report
Football Game Recap: Temecula Prep vs. California School for the Deaf-Riverside
Recap: Temecula Prep

http://www.maxpreps.com/news/2oT_I9hlwkCLidgcL8R12g/football-game-recap–temecula-prep-vs-california-school-for-the-deaf-riverside.htm

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Rochester soccer

The greatest part of high school sports is that *”Will to Win”* element
that just can’t be described in words, but only seen in person. Today, I
had the honor and privilege to see the epitome of what it means to
have the *”Will
to Win!” *RSD put on an amazing show of pure grit, perseverance, and a
relentless passion and desire against those Spartans of Ohio. These
student-athletes showed their friends, family, and fans what it means to
have a *Heart of a Champion! *For 44 minutes, these Wildcats literally
gave
every morsel of energy they had on that home pitch.

However, before we delve into that game, let’s rewind to the start of the
weekend with our first match against our cross-town I-90 rival, Saint
Mary’s School f/t Deaf (SMSD). This matchup always tends to be a heated,
tense battle that goes down to the wire. This contest was no different
than
our previous encounters. With this being our first home game of the
season,
and with our beloved Mary Cook in attendance, this was an extremely
emotional and important game for us. The coaching staff knew it, the
student-athletes knew it, and the entire Rochester community knew it.

The blood, sweat and tears during the past couple weeks of practice was
all
for this very moment, this was our time to finally enjoy the fruits of our
labor. Our team was prepared mentally and physically, and now was the time
to put everything together and show the world who we are. We are RSD!

Once that first whistle blew, it was game on. We came out very aggressive
and was pressuring SMSD’s defense right away. However, due to our
excitement and level of intensity, we couldn’t quite get the touches we
needed to get the ball in the right position to take our best shots. We
had
several shots early on, but nothing on target. SMSD, however, also came to
play and definitely had a smart, strategic plan to keep us in check. For
every attack we made, it seemed like SMSD had an answer.

However, midway through the first half, our very own *Bode Aggas *made a
beautiful thru pass to *Levi Ruper* who easily converted it into a
beautiful goal to give RSD a 1-0 lead! That goal set the tone for the
remainder of the game. Both teams battled hard in the latter part of the
half, but neither could convert, ending with a 1-0 score in the first
half.
On paper, our lead should have been greater, but we just couldn’t
capitalize on a few golden opportunities, possibly due to some home game
opening jitters.

During halftime, the coaching staff calmed the team down, spoke about the
importance of stretching the defense, using the touch lines and then
sending it back into the middle. We also spoke about the urgency of
needing
more goals and that one goal wasn’t enough to defeat SMSD. After
rehydrating, getting our mind right, we march backed on that field with
one
sole purpose, S-C-O-R-E. Be relentless and score!

Even though our solid trio of *Tre Vaughn, Thomas Coates*, and *Clarence
Market *were holding the fort down on our side of the pitch, we needed to
be more aggressive and secure a comfortable lead. The team was amped and
was prepared to battle for the next twenty-two minutes.

Right out of the gate, the Wildcats were the aggressors, but SMSD’s
defense
also stepped up their “D” and was going toe to toe with us, keeping the
ball out of their net. Whatever we threw at that them, they responded,
causing some frustration, but we were too dialed in to get all caught up
in
it. However, halfway through the second half, *Courtney Gentzke* made a
text-book cross pass to the middle where *Levi* made a great first touch
on
the ball to set up another shot on goal that found the back of the net!
With that goal, we were able to finish the game victorious, winning 2-1.
Unfortunately, we lost* Bode Aggas *to a sprained ankle, but both, *Bryn
Huggings* and *DJ Walshvelo* stepped up and played remarkably well
throughout the game!

Final Score:
RSD: 2
SMSD: 1

Goals:   Ruper (2)
Assists: Gentzke (1)
              Aggas (1)

Record:

Non-officiated matches: 0-2
Officiated matches: 2-0

Overall: 2-2

With that victory, we moved onto Pennsylvania School f/t Deaf (PSD). A win
would guarantee us into the Homecoming Championship Game. When the team
heard this, they were zoned in and ready to make the magic happen. We were
able to study their game against SMSD and knew exactly where they were
weak, and how to exploit those weaknesses.

Our game plan worked exactly how we envisioned it would. We dominated from
the first whistle to the last whistle. Due to our dominant performance on
PSD, we were able to get our up and comers, *Bryn Huggins, Isaac Perez*,
and *DJ Walshvelo* some quality experience on the battlefield.

We had some great highlights in our 6-2 victory that I would love to share
that is worth mentioning. In the first half, *Levi* made an amazing cross
in the dead middle of the goal where* Alexander Michalek* made an Abby
Wambachesque header that made the entire home crowd erupt in pure joy. One
of the prettiest goals I have had the privilege to witness during my
decade
long tenure here as a soccer coach.

Another moment worth mentioning is when our very own *Isaac Perez* made
one
heck of a pass to *Levi*, who found the back of the net. This marked
*Isaac’s* *first ever assist* in a Varsity soccer game! It was a historic
moment in which the entire team congratulated him immediately after the
feat. It was a great occasion where the team came together and showed true
*RSD Wildcat Spirit! *That assist was more than just an assist, but a
memory that will last forever. We, the coaching staff, were deeply honored
to play a small part in that happening!

Final Score:
RSD: 6
PSD: 2

Goals:
Ruper (3)
Michalek (2)
Gentzke (1)

Assists:

Ruper (1)
Walshvelo (1)
Perez (1)
Michalek (1)

Record:

Non-officiated matches: 0-2
Officiated matches: 3-0

Overall: 3-2

With that performance, RSD earned their coveted spot into the Championship
Game against the undefeated Ohio School f/t Deaf Spartans ! As alluded to
earlier, this game was a test of wills! Everything we have done up to this
point, was for this *exact* moment. The stakes were high, but the Wildcats
was prepared for this very task.

They were the bigger, faster, and stronger team for sure. No one will ever
refute that, but luckily for us, “this wasn’t a math test….This was a
completely different kind of test. A test where passion has a funny way of
trumping logic!” This is exactly what happened today in front of our home
crowd. It was a game for the ages.

In the first half, OSD were the aggressors and putting the pressure on us.
They had two incredibly talented soccer players who were doing an
exceptional job at keeping the ball on our side of the field. What this
team didn’t realize is that we weren’t just playing for pride, nor the
thrill of victory, but to honor our beloved athletic director, teacher,
and
coach, Mary J. Cook. That was our “X-factor” that OSD, nor any team could
have ever prepared for! OSD’s athletic talents and skills paled in
comparison to our heart, pride, and love for MC! The entire team raised
the
bar for this very game, and they were going to do everything within their
own power to make sure we prevailed when that clock ticked 0:00.

Unfortunately, OSD had a different script in mind and had no problem in
being the spoiler. They didn’t travel over six hours to come in second.
With that, the barn burner continued. After 22 minutes, we were still at a
deadlock, 0-0. One of the most exciting scoreless halves I’ve seen in a
very long time.

At intermission, we were still poised, confident, optimistic and still
energized. Adrenaline was still kicking in for us which was good. We
needed
all the chutzpah we could get from our Wildcats. We were playing a very
tactical defensive minded game, but this prevented us from doing anything
on the offense. The coaching staff urged that we needed to push up and
play
more aggressive on offense, we can’t just play defense, in hopes OSD fails
at every opportunity. We needed to make our own offensive opportunities.
Our defense was playing extremely well supporting one another, with
midfield coming back to help, but we needed to take a few more chances if
we wanted to come out victorious. It’s extremely hard to win a soccer game
with only taking 3 shots on goal. We needed to make more offensive
opportunities.

The second half was no different. OSD’s offense was just relentless and
kept the ball on our side of the field. However, in one transition from
our
keeper to offense, we somehow got the ball from *Michalek* to upfield to
*Ruper* who got into a 1 on 1 situation with their left fullback. With
just
one juke, *Ruper* was able to fire the shot that was heard around the
world! *Levi Ruper* snuck in the game leading goal, breaking the 0-0
tie!!!! The home crowd jolts out of their seats, hands are waving, people
are screaming, just pure pandemonium coming from the sidelines. RSD was
rejuvenated, and ready to battle for the last 15 minutes.

At this point, OSD had two options, fold up shop, or step up, and step up
is what they did. They put what seemed to be an insurmountable pressure on
our defense that forced RSD to play precise, perfect, intense defense.
Everyone was forced to support one another on D. *Tre Vaughn* took
leadership in the back and made sure to communicate to everyone their
role.
They were firing shots from the left, the right, the middle, and they just
kept coming at us, and at us, and at us, but we kept coming up big
defensively. If it wasn’t *Thomas Coates* making a stop, it was *Clarence,
*
or* Alexander, *or *Tre, *or* Courtney*. It was just a complete team
effort, and when that final whistle blew, we could finally take a breath
and smile. WE WERE HOMECOMING CHAMPIONS !!!!!!! The impossible became
possible, and we prevailed in what could have been the Greatest Homecoming
Win ever in RSD History!!! Kudos to OSD to pushing us to our brink and
then
more! We tip our hats to them as they played an incredible game. We just
happened to be the better team *this time.*

Earning his first varsity* BAGEL (*shutout) in goal was our very own *Ben
Radez*!!! What an amazing emotional, fun weekend for RSD. Our team really
came together, everyone stepped up their game, and we just happened to
take
home the 1st place trophy which is always a great feeling to do in front
of
the home crowd. *Earning All-Star honor**s *were *Tre Vaughn,* *Thomas
Coates*, and Levi Ruper. However, in our eyes, EVERYONE was an *All-Star*.
What was accomplished today was a culmination of everyone doing their own
share and playing their role to the best of their ability. We’re extremely
proud of this team, and we look forward to the remainder of the season!

Final score:

OSD: 0
RSD: 1

Goals: Ruper (1)

Record:

Non-officiated matches: 0-2
Officiated matches: 4-0
Overall: 4-2

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Texas football

TSD 54- MSSD 6
 

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

— upcoming football games

— volleyball updates

— soccer updates

— Gallaudet women’s soccer update

Deaf Sports Collections update
— two deaf in real pro, not fake, wrestling
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/texas-atx-warriors/

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Deaf Schools won-lost records

http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/
(9/20/17 updates)

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football scores (9/17/17 update)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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Upcoming football games

Sep 21 South Carolina at Tennessee  (forfeit win for South Carolina)
Sep 21 Florida at St Johns County Day
Sep 21 Louisiana hosts LCHSA (Louisiana gets forfeit win)
Sep 21 New Mexico hosts San Jon
Sep 21 Washington at Wishkah
Sep 21 Iowa at Heartland Christian JV

Sep 22 Fremont at George Washington
Sep 22 Colorado at Elbert
Sep 22 Riverside at Temecula Prep

Sep 23 Oklahoma at New Mexico
Sep 23 Model at Texas
Sep 23 Missouri at Kansas
Sep 23 Michigan at Michigan Lutheran
Sep 23 Mississippi at Carolinas at Wilson
Sep 23 Phoenix at Williams
Sep 23 Illinois at Wisconsin
Sep 23 Alabama at Indiana
Sep 23 Maryland hosts St. Michael’s

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Gallaudet women’s soccer

Mallach named NEAC Women’s Soccer 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. 18 and Gallaudet University’s Brittany Mallach (Milton, Ontario)
earned Women’s Soccer Player of the Week for her performance last weekend
as GU increased its winning streak to three straight.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wsoc/2017-18/releases/neacsaow-sep18

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American volleyball

American School for the Deaf Varsity Girls Volleyball Team lost our away game against
Marie Phillip School. The scores were 19-25, 11-25, 25-9 and 14-25.  Our record is 0-3.

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American soccer

American School for the Deaf traveled to MPS for our 3rd soccer game.  We played a little sloppy
and too many missed shooting.  ASD and MPS tied the game with score of 1-1.

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Georgia volleyball

Tri-match at AASD, ATLANTA,GEORGIA,ALABAMA
GSD VS ASD, LOST… 1-2….25-10,16-25,6-15
GSD VS AASD WON…. 2-0…26-16,25-16

RECORD… 6-8-0
NEXT MATCH VS MORRIS INNOVATIVE, THURSDAY 9/21/17

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Kansas volleyball

KSD vs. Christ Prep.
20-25
12-25
17-25

Player Stats:

Cierra Sherwood: 2 aces, 1 kill
Kaylee Wells: 2 aces
Madison Welch: 1 ace, 2 kills
Taylor Wise: 1 assist
Tiadra Vang: 2 kills

Record: 11-5

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Louisiana football

LSD not playing LCHSA on Thursday. They did not have enough players to form a team this year.

It is a forfeit win

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Marie Philip volleyball

Date: Tuesday September 19, 2017
Location: Marie Philip School, Framingham, MA
Result: MPS 3, American School for the Deaf 1

While the Marie Philip School’s soccer team took on the American School
for the Deaf’s at home this afternoon, our Lady Ghosts hosted the Tigers
for a volleyball match.  ASD is rebuilding and have had limited practice
this season, but they really gave it their all today.  Their best server,
Emily (#11), had an unique serve that really, really threw our starters
off at the start of the match.  The Lady Ghosts dug themselves into a 9-0
hole.  However, they were able to break her service point streak and we
shifted our focus to our game plan.  Our girls made much fewer mistakes
after that and rallied to win the first set 25-19.

Our girls won the second set comfortably, 25-11.  I was able to do
something I have wanted to do every since tryouts – play all of our subs. 
For the third set we left our starters on the bench to rest and we tried
to challenge ASD’s varsity high school team with a 10th grader, a 7th
grader and 4 6th graders.  Our subs made a few nice plays, but I do not
think they actually expected to play all six of our rotations and most of
them had a hard time remembering our playbook.  The Tigers took advantage
of the opportunity to win the third set easily, 9-25.

ASD got a little more comfortable for the 4th set, but our starters were
very well rested.  Our players made a few errors, but they also showed
more of the same hustle that we showed in our previous win last Thursday. 
I told them after the match that it was the most hustle I have seen out of
our girls in four years as head coach, and watching them in action was a
lot of fun.  Our starters’ hustle earned them a 25-14 set win and a 3-1
match victory.

We now have a winning record, 6-5 (1-1 IGC league), and have our first
winning streak of the season.  We will try to keep the momentum going in
two IGC home matches this week: Montrose this Thursday and Cambridge
School of Weston this Friday.

TODAY’S STATS

Shayla Rochette (9th) – 16 Aces, 8 Kills, 2 Assists, 1 Dig, 6 Receptions,
and 22 Service Points
Sabrina Rodrigues (10th) – 7 Aces, 2 Kills, 1 Assist, 3 Digs, 5
Receptions, and 4 Service Points
Zora Elliott-Mendelsohn (8th) – 1 Ace, 3 Kills, 14 Assists, and 3 Service
Points
Norma Aldana (12th) – 2 Aces, 4 Kills, 1 Assist, and 6 Service Points
Samantha Fernsebner (7th) – 4 Aces, 3 Kills, and 9 Service Points
Christine Vargas (12th) – 2 Assists, 1 Dig, and 5 Receptions
Lily Fruguglietti (10th) – 1 Kill (her first!)
Carleigh  Babbit (7th) – 1 Assist (her first!)
Delaney Ringer (6th) – 1 Dig (her first!)
Chloe Martin (6th) – 2 Service Points (her first!)

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Marie Philip soccer

9/18

Marie Philip School played third games in three days when we played
against our league defending champion, Commonwealth School. It was a
difficult game as they controlled the whole game and kept shooting the
ball at our goal post. Dakota Rochette did a great job making 18 saves.

MPS 0
Commonwealth 7

9/19

Marie Philip School played their fourth straight games since Thursday
which we played against American School for the Deaf on our home field. We
had great start, however, we missed a lot of opportunities to score. We
were tied and scoreless at halftime.

Dylan Christoffels made a nice goal in the second half. We made mistakes
so quick that ASD took advanatage of our miscues to score.  It was a good
battle to the end.

MPS 0-1 = 1
ASD 0-1 = 1

Next Game: Sept 26th @ Waldorf School

Record: 1-2-1

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland beat Open Bible, 3-1
Scores: 25-16, 23-25, 25-14, 25-8
Record: 8-6-3

Stats
Cara Bielucke
4 kills

Milana Bielucke
3 digs

Lexi Bullock
1 kill, 1 dig

Alyssa Glennon
20 assists, 3 digs

Rajena Guettler
12 kills, 3 digs

Sierra Herzig-Wilcox
3 kills, 2 digs

Hanna Johnston-Shaw
2 digs

Meghan Luebehusen
2 blocks

Anevay Patterson
2 assists

Cassidy Perry
23 kills, 1 assist, 7 digs

Freya Seremeth
3 kills, 9 assists, 1 block, 1 dig

Maryland JV beat Open Bible, 2-0
Scores: 25-11, 25-12
Record: 9-1-1

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Minnesota volleyball

two newspaper stories
http://www.southernminn.com/faribault_daily_news/sports/article_3f5df835-c719-56ab-9319-dc41d9bf22ab.html
http://www.southernminn.com/faribault_daily_news/sports/article_3e16c5fa-225c-5616-b5c4-d53e53b50b12.html

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Missouri volleyball

Missouri School for the Deaf played with Heartland Christian School
on September 19 at MSD. The girls played hard and didn’t win the
game. The score were 15-25, 12-25, and 11-25. Freshmen Christin Kohl,
Addisyn Tappella, Sara Farmer, Junior Delanzia Hayes and Senior
Melissa Davis earned 2 points each for their team. Addisyn earned 88%
accuracy for serving. Delanzia earned accuracy of 61% and Melissa
earned 57% accuracy for serve received. ▒The girls are continuing
improve and they continue having fun being a team. I am so proud of
the girls. MSD Volleyball team will travel Kansas School for the Deaf
this Saturday, September 23 to play KSD.

0-3 record

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Model volleyball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Volleyball

Volleyball

Date: Tuesday, September 19, 2017 at 5:30 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 0

Bishop O’Connell High School: 3

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Pennsylvania sports

Today PSD volleyball game is cancelled and reschedule on 10/24 our home
game vs DSD 4PM. And 10/25 vs NJSD reschedule on 10/16 4 PM vs NJSD

PSD Soccer on 9/20 is cancelled and reschedule on 9/27 our home game vs
Intl. Chris. HS 4PM. And 10/25 is cancelled and reschedule on 10/16 4PM vs
NJSD

Here the new schedule games

PSD Volleyball Season 2017

9/22- RSD Homecoming
9/23 – RSD Homecoming
9/26 – @ NJSD 4:00 PM
10/3 – vs Community Academy of Philadelphia 4:00 PM
10/5 – vs American School for the Deaf 4:00 PM
10/10 – @ DSD 4:00 PM
10/16 – vs NJSD 4:00 PM
10/18 – @ Community Academy of Philadelphia 4:00 PM
10/27 – ESDAA Volleyball Tournament @ American School for the Deaf, CT
10/28 – ESDAA Volleyball Tournament @ American School for the Deaf, CT

PSD Soccer Season 2017

9/22- RSD Homecoming
9/23 – RSD Homecoming
9/26 – @ NJSD 4:00 PM
9/27 – vs International Christian High School 4:00 PM
10/3 – vs Community Academy of Philadelphia 4:00 PM
10/11 – @ Wilberforce School in NJ
10/13 – Friendship Soccer Tournament @ NYSSD in Rome, NY
10/14 – Friendship Soccer Tournament @ NYSSD in Rome, NY
10/16 – vs NJSD 4:00 PM
10/18 – @ Community Academy of Philadelphia 4:00 PM
10/20 – ESDAA Soccer Div II Tournament @ St Marys in Buffalo, NY
10/21 – ESDAA Soccer Div II Tournament @ St Marys in Buffalo, NY

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Phoenix volleyball

Lost to North Phoenix Prep at home, 3-0 (12-25; 4-25; 13-25).  Now 1-6.

Next up:  Thursday @ Hayden.

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South Carolina football

Let you know the schedule with Fountain Inn Falcons on 9/7/17 will be rescheduled to 10/25/17.

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South Carolina volleyball

McCormick 25 25 25
SCSDB 11 20 18

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Western Pennsylvania sports

SOCCER – playing on a FIFA-sized turf (indoors, too)…

great experience for our players…   hosted by Cornerstone Prep -
we won, 2-1 (their goalie made three outstanding miraculous saves).

LEAGUE RECORD: 2-1-0
OVERALL RECORD: 4-1-0

VOLLEYBALL – we lost to Cornerstone Prep, 3-0  (15-25, 15-25, and 12-25)

LEAGUE RECORD: 4-1
OVERALL RECORD: 6-3

 

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DeafDigest Sports – September 15, 2017

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

— Thursday football scores

— upcoming football games

— soccer scores

— volleyball updates

– Gallaudet volleyball

Deaf Sports Collections update
— Notre Dame football, deaf starter
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/an-old-picture-of-gallaudet-in-football-huddle/

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Deaf Schools won-lost records

http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/
(9/15/17 updates)

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football scores (9/10/17 update)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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Thursday football scores
Cripple Creek-Victor 46 Colorado 25
Bray-Doyle 46 Oklahoma 0
Carney-Nadeau 54 Wisconsin 32

Mississippi 54 Louisiana 16

Sep 14 Arkansas at Missouri (Missouri gets forfeit win)
Sep 14 South Carolina hosts Greenwood Rafters (game was not played)

today’s football games
Sep 15 Fremont hosts Riverbank
Sep 15 Indiana hosts Anderson Prep
Sep 15 Alabama at Valley Head (replaces the Whitesburg Christian game)

tomorrow’s football games
Sep 16 Model hosts Baltimore Friends
Sep 16 Maryland at Sidwell Friends
Sep 16 Iowa at New Mexico
Sep 16 Georgia at Carolinas (at Wilson – rescheduled to November 4th)
Sep 16 Kansas at Minnesota
Sep 16 Alabama at Whitesburg Christian (no game, opponent dropped football)
Sep 16 Tennessee at Mississippi (Mississippi gets forfeit win)
Sep 16 Michigan at Illinois
Sep 16 Phoenix at Washington (first time game between both teams)

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Gallaudet volleyball

Gallaudet wins NEAC opener on the road with sweep of Wilson

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. – The Gallaudet University women’s volleyball team began
North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) play here Thursday night at
Wilson College and won in straight sets (25-11, 25-9, 25-20).

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wvball/2017-18/releases/recap_wilson

Daniels named NEAC Women’s Volleyball 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. 11 and Gallaudet University’s Adele Daniels (Austin, Texas) earned
Women’s Volleyball Player of the Week for her performance last weekend at
the Smith College Invitational.

The sophomore outside hitter had 44 kills, 30 digs, four service aces and
two block solos as Gallaudet went 3-1 at the Smith College Invitational.
In the first three matches of the weekend, she posted 13, 15 and 13 kills
respectively. Daniels recorded a .220 hitting percentage on the week.
Daniels was the NEAC’s Women’s Volleyball Rookie of the Year last season,
in addition to being named to the all-conference first team.

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American soccer

American School for the Deaf traveled to Lexington School for the Deaf for
the soccer game. It is our second game of the season.  We were struggle
during 1st half with score of 1-1.  We came back better after 2nd half
with final score 4-1.  American School for the Deaf finally won at
Lexington home for long time.  American School for the Deaf record 2 wins
and 0 lost. Our next home games will be RISD on the 20th then 21st against
NYSD.

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American volleyball

American School for the Deaf Varsity Girls Volleyball Team lost
our away game against Lexington School for the Deaf. The scores
were 25-23, 26-24, 24-26, 20-25 and 8-15. Our record is 0-2.

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Colorado football

Cripple Creek-Victor 46, Colorado School for the Deaf & Blind 25

Rafael Carbajal scored all touchdowns for Colorado

Daniel Cruz is a true reshman and best football player since Nicholas Elstad.

The result is 25-46 we lost the game.

First Quarter: 6-8        Touchdowns Score: 6-8

Second Quarter: 12-34       Touchdowns Score: 6-26

Third Quarter: 25-40        Touchdowns Score: 13-6

Forth Quarter: 25-46        Touchdowns Score: 0-6

The first half was terrible honestly. The team did wonderful job during
the 1st quarter but they fell apart on 2nd quarter. If you can see how
much Cripple Creek score on the 2nd quarter. The team players didn’t do
their job on defense. They weren’t thinking about the plan or anything
like that. However, after the first half we did discuss about the best
plan on defense. One of the player discuss the best plan for the offense.
Now, the result of second half was beautiful. If we do this before the
game or during the game the result will totally a lot different. I am
hopefully the players will learn how important communicate and techniques
are. If we communicate very well and the players use techniques during the
game. We will win for sure. Overall, I am still proud of my players for
hard work.

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Colorado volleyball

a tweet

Kiowa 3, Colorado School for the Deaf & Blind 0

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Delaware Volleyball

DSD vs. West Nottingham Academy JV

DSD 25   WNA 11
DSD 25  WNA 19

Won 2-0

Season Record   1-0

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Fremont football

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Football Game Preview: California School for the Deaf vs. Riverbank

Riverbank (1-2) will be away from home for the first time this season as
it plays against California School for the Deaf (2-1) on Friday this week.
Both teams have had struggles on the defensive side of the ball, with
Riverbank giving up an average of 33 points per game and California School
for the Deaf allowing an average of 33.67.

Riverbank had a rough outing against Stone Ridge Christian last week,
losing 40 – 0. Riverbank unfortunately couldn’t repeat the imposing
50-point effort it came up with in its previous game.

Meanwhile, California School for the Deaf brought the heat last game after
its low-scoring effort (zero points) in the match before. It took its
contest against San Juan last week by a conclusive 67 – 40 score. The game
was pretty much decided by the half: the score was 41 – 8 going into the
third quarter.

The last time they met, California School for the Deaf was the decided 62
– 14 victor. This time, their match is expected to be much closer since
they have similar state rankings (Riverbank at 872nd, California School
for the Deaf at 872nd). Can Riverbank avoid another defeat? We’ll see on
Friday.

newspaper predictions
Riverbank at California School for the Deaf, 7 p.m.

Burns picks Calif. School for the Deaf to win.

Cortez picks Calif. School for the Deaf to win

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Illinois football

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Football Game Preview: Illinois School for the Deaf vs. Michigan School
for the Deaf

This week, Illinois School for the Deaf faces off against Michigan School
for the Deaf on Saturday at 2:00 PM. Illinois School for the Deaf will get
to test out the enthusiasm of its fans as it plays its first home game of
the season.

Illinois School for the Deaf was within striking distance but couldn’t
close the gap last week as it fell 34 – 28 to Missouri School for the
Deaf. As for Michigan School for the Deaf, it ended up forfeiting its game
against Atlanta three weeks ago 2 – 0.

The losses dropped Illinois School for the Deaf and Michigan School for
the Deaf to an identical 0-1. We’ll see which team manages to turn its
luck around when they battle it out this week.

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Indiana football

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Football Game Preview: Anderson Prep Academy vs. Indiana School for the
Deaf

Indiana School for the Deaf (1-3) and Anderson Prep Academy (0-4) are set
to face off this Friday at 7:00 PM. Neither team wants a repeat from last
game, where each was handed a considerable defeat.

Tindley delivered Indiana School for the Deaf a harsh 54 – 0 loss last
week.

Meanwhile, things didn’t go well at all for Anderson Prep Academy last
week, where the team lost 57 – 12 to Indianapolis Shortridge. Anderson
Prep Academy was in a tough position by the half, with the score sitting
at 45 – 6.

The last time they met, Indiana School for the Deaf really took it to
Anderson Prep Academy, winning 45 – 8. This time, their match is expected
to be much closer since they have similar state rankings (Indiana School
for the Deaf at 323rd, Anderson Prep Academy at 323rd). Will Indiana
School for the Deaf come out on top again? We’ll soon find out.
 
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Kansas volleyball

Yesterday’s game.

We played a great game yesterday against Cristo Rey.   We lost three
nail-biting sets by two points.  We are proud of our girls for staying in
the game and competing till the end.

Final scores: 0-3
25-27
26-28
24-25

Player stats:
Cierra Sherwood: 1 kill, 1 assist
Jamiaka Jones: 3 aces
Katja Grace: 2 aces, 1 dig
Kaylee Wells: 7 aces, 1 dig
Madison Welch: 4 aces, 7 kills
Tiadra Vang: 1 ace, 2 kills, 8 assists

Record: 10-2

Next games:
Minnesota and Rochester Home School (tomorrow).

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Lexington soccer

We lost 4-1 against ASD

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Marie Philip soccer

Marie Philip School Galloping Ghosts soccer team played their first game
of the season on our home field against Rhode School for the Deaf. It was
a good start for us as we have many new players.

Our 8th grader, Jasper Damas, got his first hat trick. Kyle Florio, also
8th grader, showed a big heart as he dribbled the ball through RISD
defensive lines and passed the ball toward his young brother, 6th grader
Luke Florio. Luke netted the first career  goal, one of the two goals he
made today. MPS did a great job.

MPS 9
RISD 1

Record:
Deaf League 1-0

Next game: tomorrow Sept 15
MPS @ Boston University Academy  – FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHT AT NEW BALANCE FIELD

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Marie Philip volleyball

Date: Thursday September 14, 2017
Location: Gann Academy, Waltham, MA
Result: MPS won 3-0

Today the Marie Philip Lady Ghosts volleyball team traveled to Gann
Academy for an Independent Girls’ Conference (IGC) league match.  Our
girls were recovering from losing yesterday 2-3 after leading 2-0.  The
defending league champions, Gann, used today’s match to give their newer
players some court time.  So we did not play against some of their usual
players, but we had a lot of respect for their program.  We still
remembered losing to them 0-3 on their home court last year under similar
circumstances, and we wanted to fix many of our shortcomings that were
evident yesterday.

The Lady Ghosts used the match to focus on their teamwork and team spirit. 
They improved little by little each set.  In a couple of our sets Gann
actually started by leading us by a few points, but our girls had a lot of
confidence in themselves today.  They also tried hard to incorporate both
coaches’ feedbacks throughout the match, even when they were behind.  The
more they saw positive outcome from incorporating those feedback, the more
enthused they became.  The Red Heifers changed their attacking strategy to
exploit some careless defending on our part, but our spirit backed up our
superior overall play.  After a Gann time-out after we pushed ahead in the
final set, our girls were told to be closers.  They carried out the role
perfectly by focusing on one rally at a time rather than momentum shift on
the scoreboard.  The Lady Ghosts won the match in straight sets: 25-23,
25-18, and 25-20.

We are now 5-5 overall and 1-1 in IGC play.  Our next match will be at
home against the American School for the Deaf.

TODAY’S STATS

Sabrina Rodrigues (10th) – 2 Aces, 2 Kills, 6 Digs, 1 Reception, and 7
Service Points
Norma Aldana (12th) – 3 Kills, 4 Digs, 1 Assist, 1 Reception, and 5
Service Points
Christine Vargas (12th) – 1 Ace, 2 Kills, 1 Dig, 1 Assist, and 10 Service
Points
Shayla Rochette (9th) – 2 Aces, 1 Kill, 1 Dig, 1 Assist, and 8 Service
Points
Zora Elliott-Mendelsohn (8th) – 2 Aces, 6 Kills, 12 Assists, and 5 Service
Points
Samantha Fernsebner (7th) – 1 Kill, 1 Reception, and 3 Service Points
 
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Maryland football

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Football Game Preview: Maryland School for the Deaf vs. Sidwell Friends

This week, Sidwell Friends (0-1) faces off against Maryland School for the
Deaf (2-0) on Saturday at 1:30 PM. Sidwell Friends will get to test out
the enthusiasm of its fans as it plays its first home game of the season.

Last week Sidwell Friends came up short against Mason, falling 28 – 15.
The team got a solid performance out of senior Mark Chichester — ath (he
picked up 101 yards on the ground); unfortunately, it just wasn’t enough
for the win. Meanwhile, Maryland School for the Deaf dominated last week,
steamrollering Central Maryland Christian Crusaders 42 – 0.

The last time they met, Maryland School for the Deaf was the decided 36 –
0 victor. Will Sidwell Friends avenge its loss? We’ll find out soon
enough.

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland lost to St. James, 0-3
Scores: 20-25, 22-25, 22-25
Record: 7-4

Stats
Milana Bielucke
1 assist, 2 digs

Lexi Bullock
2 digs, 1 ace

Rajena Guettler
3 kills, 2 blocks, 2 digs

Sierra Herzig-Wilcox
1 kill, 4 digs

Hanna Johnston-Shaw
3 digs

Meghan Luebehusen
1 block

Cassidy Perry
7 kills, 5 blocks, 3 digs, 2 aces

Freya Seremeth
10 assists, 3 blocks, 3 digs, 1 ace

Maryland JV beat St. James, 2-0
Scores: 25-14, 25-7
4-1 record

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Minnesota volleyball

MSAD volleyball dominates ASA

The Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf volleyball team was on fire
inside a sweltering Wesley Lauritsen Gymnasium Thursday night.

full story at:
http://www.southernminn.com/faribault_daily_news/sports/article_b2683172-1cd2-5d69-8197-081913804483.html

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Mississippi football

MSD 54 LSD 16

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Missouri volleyball

MSD lady Eagles played lost the volleyball game against Lady Pirates
Chamois tonight 9/14. The score was 25-7, 25-11, and 25-11. The lady
Eagles didn’t earn as many serve points tonight. There are a few things
they need to improve in their game but they played their heart and had
fun! The highest earn points was 2 by freshman Kayla Nichols. Junior
Delanzia Hayes, Freshman Sara Farmer, and Senior Melissa Davis earned one
point for the team. We will play with Heartland at our home gym at 6pm on
Tuesday, September 19.

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Model volleyball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Volleyball

Volleyball

Date: Thursday, September 14, 2017 at 4:00 pm

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 3

McLean School: 0

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Model football

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This week, Friends faces off against Model Secondary School for the Deaf
on Saturday at 7:00 PM. Friends continue their travels as they hit the
road for the 2nd straight game.

Last week Friends came up short against St. John’s Catholic Prep, falling
22 – 12.

As for Model Secondary School for the Deaf, it didn’t have too much
trouble with Alabama School for the Deaf in its last game, where Model
Secondary School for the Deaf won 22 – 6. Junior running back Arnold
Hatton was especially active in the win, finding the endzone an impressive
three times. Hatton has been the ringleader for Model Secondary School for
the Deaf this season two times now.

Friends’s defeat dropped it to 0-1 while Model Secondary School for the
Deaf’s win brought it to 1-2. We’ll see if Model Secondary School for the
Deaf can snag another victory or if Friends will turn things around for
itself.

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Oklahoma football

a tweet

Bray-Doyle beat Oklahoma School for the Deaf 46-0 on Thu Sep 14

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Rhode Island co-ed soccer

*RISD Varsity Coed Soccer*
Rhode Island School for the Deaf kicked off their varsity soccer season
with a game on the road against Marie Philip School on a nice September
afternoon. We only had two weeks worth of practice and brought 11 players,
so everybody had to play the entire game without any substitutes or rest!
Three players got hurt for periods of time through the game, so the
remaining players had to cover a lot of ground.

MPS scored first within the first few minutes of the game and remained on
the offensive attack for majority of the first half. RISD moved some
players around on the field for the second half, which gave us more
positive results, including a goal. The coaches are proud of our players
for persisting and not giving up through the whole game — we gained a lot
of invaluable experience and look forward to improving ourselves for the
next game.

RISD – 0  1  – 1
MPS -  5  4  – 9

*RISD*
Timothy J. – 1 Goal
Juan F-E. – 5 Saves

*RISD Varsity Soccer Record:* 0-1
*Next Game:* Wednesday, September 20th @ American School for the Deaf (3:45
P.M.)

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Rochester volleyball

WIldcats is coming off its first win of the season after beat Wilson.
Wildcats won the first 2 matches then lost in the third match. 4th match,
Wildcats adjusted the lineup and found a way to win the game. Freshman
Outside Hitter McKenna Girod (4 kills and 3 aces) and 8th grade Setter Emma
Kane (3 assists).

Set 1 – 25-19 W

Set 2 – 25-19 W

Set 3 – 25-16 L

Set 4- 25-22 W

Next game will be at Finney at 4 pm on Sept 19 (Tues)

1-1 record

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Rochester soccer

After an extremely hard fought battle against Team Intensity (of Elmira,
NY) on Monday, The RSD Wildcat soccer team was looking to bounce back to
earn their first victoryof the season. We travelled down to Yorskshire, NY
to take on a team we haven’t played in well over a decade.

The car ride was long, but provided us ample time to strategize and review
our game plan for today’s game. With two Wildcats now eligible to play in
their first game, our outlook for the game was promising. We are coming
off
a great practice and the team was ready physically and mentally. Most
importantly, they were determined to put their best foot forward for this
contest.

This was also a big night for our rookie, *Benjamin Radez*, who was
starting for the first time as our Varsity Goalkeeper. The coaching staff
saw his motivation, desire, and most importantly, his willingness to do
what is best for the team. He took ownership of this position and worked
tremendously hard over the course of these two days to earn this coveted
starting spot.

*Bode Aggas *and *Levi Ruper* were also playing in their first Varsity
game
this season and were looking to make an immediate impact for our team.

Upon arrival to CBC, we knew we were evenly matched and would have to
fight
tooth and nail to the very last whistle. The Wildcats warmed up with
purpose and with determination in their eyes. There was definitely
something in the air, that made us know that something special was going
to
happen tonight!

Right from the very first whistle, RSD came out aggressive and fought hard
for each and every ball. It did not take long before RSD was making our
opponents sweat. We had 3 opportunities early on to secure a goal, but
just
came up short. However in the sixth minute, *Tre Vaughn* made a beautiful
clear to our rising star, *Courtney Gentzke*, who converted a beautiful
through pass to *Levi Ruper* right inside the 18′ and he was able to take
a
few dribbles and easily find the back of the net to give us an early 1-0
lead. We were in this position on Monday, so we knew we still had to
continue to fight hard for the entire 80 minutes.

Just 15 minutes later, our very own *Alexander Michalek* was at the right
place at the right time who made a very precise, quick thinking touch pass
to* Lev*i who capitalized on this great play by *Alex*, and scored easily
again to give RSD a 2-0 lead. Right before the half, *Courtney Gentzke*
makes another spectacular cross pass, finding *Bode Aggas* who was able to
convert and earn his first goal of the season. RSD took a commanding 3-0
lead into halftime.

There was some simple adjustments we still had to be made on offense, but
the coaching staff was EXTREMELY THRILLED with our new “D!” With Clarence
Market, Tre Vaughn, and Thomas Coates holding the fort down, it was making
*Radez’s* job that much easier. Keep in mind though that *Benjamin* showed
great tactical sense on the pitch and made some incredible saves as a
first-timer, and we’re extremely proud of the way he played this first
half.

We knew CBC was going to come out strong and aggressive in the second
half.
They had some close opportunities and they were definitely knocking on our
door that first half, and we knew they were going to come out in the
second
half with all cylinders firing. Just like that, it did not take long to
show RSD that CBC meant business, and were able to sneak through our “D”
and find the back of the net, bringing our lead down to 3-1. This was our
“A-ha” moment and realized, we can’t relent, we have to continue to play
hard and step up our game. There is no time to relax, and we need to still
play with urgency! And urgency we did!

With that wake-up call, a few minutes later, a handball occurred inside
the
box and we were afforded a PK (Penalty Kick). Ruper earned his first hat
trick for RSD after successful nailing the shot. With a 4-1 lead, we were
now able to let some of our younger student-athletes get some time on the
field. *Bryn Huggins, DJ Walshvelo, *and* Issac Perez* played midfield and
striker during the latter part of the second half. With a few minutes left
in the game, DJ shot a bullet from outside the 12′ that went right by the
outstretched hands of CBC’s goalie’s hands. This marked DJ first official
goal as a Varsity Soccer player. Ruper also added one more goal prior to
that for a final score of 6-1.

It was a great morale booster for the team, and a hard fought battle by
everyone, including CBC. I tip my hat to them as they played extremely
well, we just happened to come out on the winning side this time. We look
to continue our success next week Wednesday, as we take on Central
Christian Academy (CCA) @ 4:30 PM at their place in Williamsville, NY.

Final states:

Goals:
Ruper (4)
Aggas (1)
Walshvelo (1)

Assists:
Gentzke (2)
Michalek (1)

Final Score:

RSD: 6
CBC: 1

Overall record: 1-1

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South Carolina volleyball

Ware Shaols 25 25 25
SCSDB      12 15 15

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South Carolina football

game with Greenwood Rafters was not played

it will be rescheduled

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St Mary’s soccer

The Bisons opened their regular season schedule on the road yesterday
kicking off against the NFCAA expansion club from Chesterton Academy. 
Throughout the course of the week, the coaching staff preached playing
smart, playing hard, and playing together for the full 60 minutes.  We
stressed applying more offensive pressure on our opponents and taking more
shots.  From the get go, it appeared that both teams were pretty evenly
matched and that both clubs were going to play stingy on their own back
end. With just under 5 minutes to play in the 1st half of the contest, the
Charges were able to capitalize on a minor defensive breakdown and slip a
shot past Christian Lawrence to take a 1-0 lead into the break.  During
the intermission, the coaching staff continued to praise the players as to
how well they were playing and following the game script we had planned
out.  We told the players that if they put together a similar 2nd half
that there was a good chance we could beat our op
ponent.  After a few adjustments, John Allen,  Tyler Mondo-Goodrich, and
Kassim Kassim were able to contain the Chargers to just 4 shots on goal in
comparison to our 8 shots that we took.  Nick Barrus turned two of the 8
shots into a game tying and a game winning goal.  The Bisons are now 1-0
in the NFCAA.  Congrats to our boys on winning their match and starting
off the season on a positive note.  Our next match is a week from today as
we travel once again to take on our ESDAA/I-90 rival the Wildcats from RSD
at their Homecoming tournament.

Overall Record: 1-0

Individual Stats:

Nick Barrus- 2 goals
Christian Lawrence: 5 saves

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Texas football

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Football Game Preview: Shelton vs. Texas School for the Deaf

This week, Texas School for the Deaf (1-1) faces off against Shelton (1-0)
on Friday at 7:00 PM. Texas School for the Deaf continue their travels as
they hit the road for the 2nd straight game.

Texas School for the Deaf was within striking distance but couldn’t close
the gap last week as it fell 15 – 8 to St. Anthony. Texas School for the
Deaf unfortunately couldn’t repeat the imposing 44-point effort it came up
with in its previous game. As for Shelton, it won a game two weeks ago
that couldn’t get any closer, slipping by Pantego Christian 21 – 20.

The last time they met, Shelton won 17 – 6. Will Texas School for the Deaf
avenge its loss? We’ll find out soon enough.

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Texas volleyball

TSD  25 25 25
SMA  17  7  18

Current record- 17-8-1
District 4-0

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Western Pennsylvania volleyball

Our Lady Lions lost to Harvest Baptist in 3 sets (16-25, 13-25, and 14-25)

LEAGUE RECORD:  4-1

OVERALL RECORD: 5-2

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Wisconsin football

a tweet

Carney-Nadeau   beat Wisconsin School for the Deaf
54-32 on Thu Sep 1

 

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