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Oct
05

2018/10/05

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DeafDigest Sports – October 5, 2018

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– random deafsports thoughts

– football scores last night

– upcoming football games

– volleyball updates

– soccer updates

– Gallaudet softball honors

DeafDigest Sports collections of the day
– the Gallaudet-University of Maryland hockey club
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 10/05/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

2018 football scores (as of 10/05/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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Wednesday football score
Naselle 54 Washington 32

Thursday football scores
St Vincent de Paul 20 Fremont 14
Noli Indian 20 Riverside 14 (OT)

today’s football games
Oct 5 Maryland hosts Maryland Freedom
Oct 5 Indiana at Crimson Knights
Oct 5 Phoenix at Arete Prep
Oct 5 Colorado at Genoa-Hugo
Oct 5 Alabama at Model

Saturday football games
Oct 6 Illinois at Minnesota
Oct 6 Missouri at New Mexico
Oct 6 South Carolina at Carolinas (at Morganton)
Oct 6 Mississippi at Louisiana
Oct 6 Georgia at Tennessee

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Gallaudet softball

Four Bison earn 2017-18 NFCA All-American Scholar-Athlete honors

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA)
announced its 2017-18 Easton/NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete honors and
Easton/NFCA Top 10 Academic Team rankings for collegiate and high school
levels.

The Gallaudet University softball program had four individuals earn
Easton/NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete honors including graduated senior
Alyssa Barlow (Chandler, Ariz.) and rising sophomores Irene De Luna
(Hammond, Ind.), Hannah Neild (Litchfield, N.H.) and Sabina Shysh (Tucson,
Ariz.).

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Alabama volleyball

12-25, 11-25, 16-25 vs Ragland

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Colorado Volleyball
10/2
Won to Cripple Creek (JV)
25-13
25-10

10/4
Lost to Kiowa
10-25
5-25
17-25

Our Record is 1 win 8 lost
Next week we will have three games

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Delaware volleyball

DSD 15 – NJSD 25
DSD 22 – NJSD 25
DSD 19 – NJSD 25

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Iowa volleyball

ISD vs  Wisconsin Deaf
12         25
7        25

ISD   vs   Boystown JV
16-25        22-25

ISD   vs   Cornerstone Christian
3-25         6-25       11-25

ISD   vs   Underwood Frosh  (2A school Iowa)
4-25        7-25         4-25

ISD   vs Boystown  REserves
19-25           18-25      (good game for us)

ISD   vs   Omaha Christian academy JV
16-25          9-25

Record   0 wins       12 loses

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Lexington soccer

We played against Marie Phillip School for the Deaf on 9/29. We lost 3-1
to them. We played against Lowell on 10/3. We won 4-1. Now, our record is
5-1-0.

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Marie Philip School Volleyball match report.

Date: Thursday October 4, 2018
Location: Marie Philip School, Framingham, MA
Result: Eagle Hill School 3, MPS 2 (13-25, 25-18, 25-22, 12-25, 15-9)

Today the Marie Philip School Lady Ghosts hosted the Eagle Hill School for
a friendly match.  We made the match a Dig Pink match for cancer
awareness, and both teams were decked out in pink accessories and glitter!

In the first set our starters played our usual game and we won easily,
25-13.

Since the match had no effect on our league or conference, we played all
of our subs for the second set to get them some court time.  They started
slowly and worked on reacting to serves and being in the right positions
to benefit our strategy.  We were able to mount a comeback but the
Pioneers prevailed 25-18.

Our starters returned for the 3rd set but the rest in the 2nd set
apparently threw them off.  They were hard on themselves over small
mistakes that we shook off in pervious matches.  We fell behind early and
could not catch up as Eagle Hill won the 3rd set 25-22.

For the 4th set, our starters kept their emotions in check and played
their best set to win easily 25-12.

Unfortunately for the 5th set, we could not convert a single service point
the entire set.  We kept making service errors or letting the Pioneers
break our serve.  Eagle Hill never let the crushing defeats in the 1st and
4th sets get to them emotionally.  All the fans who watched the match
could see that was the difference that led the Pioneers to a 15-9 set win
for a 3-2 match win.

After a group photo with both teams, the coaches had a good chat with our
Lady Ghosts after the match.  We will learn from our mistakes and try to
go into the long weekend with a win.  We will host the New York School for
the Deaf tomorrow at 3:30 PM.  Our record is now 8-4 (4-3 IGC league).

TODAY’S STATS
Sabrina Rodrigues (Jr.) – 13 Aces, 3 Kills, 1 Assist, 13 Receptions, and
17 service points
Lily Fruguglietti (Jr.) – 3 Aces, 1 Kill, 6 Receptions, 1 Dig, and 13
service points
Rita Child (7th) – 2 Aces, 1 Kill, 4 Assists, 1 Dig, and 5 service points
Shayla Rochette (So.) – 9 Aces, 5 Kills, 2 Receptions, and 11 service
points
Zora Elliott-Mendelsohn (Fr.) – 2 Kills, 8 Assists, 1 Dig, and 4 service
points
Samantha Fernsebner (8th) – 2 Receptions and 1 Dig
Faith Kirlis (6th) – 1 Ace, 1 Reception, and 4 service points
Carleigh Babbit (8th) – 1 Kill, 1 Dig, and 3 service points
Naralee Perez (Sr.) – 2 Receptions
Amabelys Cordero (Sr. ) – 1 Kill
Chloe Martin – 1 Assist

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Michigan volleyball

Lady Tartars just returned home from Wisconsin School for the Deaf, where
we played their volleyball team in a late game yesterday, 10/3/18.  MSD
lost 0-3; scores were 11-25, 15-25, and 12-25. As a team, we were serving
better, with our highest percentage yet this season. The WSD fans turned
out in great numbers, but our Tartar spirit continued to soar. They
donÿÿt let anything get them down & continue to impress with their
sportsmanship. Addison Blair & Chloe Woggerman continue to work hard in
order to stay focused. Good job ladies! Our next match will be Tuesday,
10/9/18, against Landmark Academy on our home court. Game time is 5:00pm,
come support your Lady Tartars. GO TARTARS!

Record: 1-9

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New Jersey Results

Soccer

September 27th
@NJSD. 2
Pennsylvania SD  1
Christian Felipe-Magana and frosh Erick Mejia both got their  first career
goals. Erick also assisted on Christian’s goal and Marco Espinoza
assisted
on Erick’s goal. Goalie Nasir Gurganus has 17 saves.

October 2nd
NJSD  2
@ Lewis School  2

Marco Espinoza scored the two goals for NJSD. Carlos Andino-Cruz had the
only assist. Nasir Gurganus had 16 saves and Marco Espinoza took over in
the second half having 8 saves.

Season record:  1-0-1

Volleyball

September 27th
@ NJSD. 11 – 25- -11 – 11
Pennsylvania SD 25 – 13 – 25 – 25

Rookie Kallie Ruggieri lead the team in service points with 7 and added
one
ace. Alexis Holland added 5 of her own service winners and an ace.

October 3rd

@ NJSD. 25 – 25 – 25

Delaware SD 15 – 22 – 19
The Lady Colts got their first win. Rookie Allie Aleman had 6 service
points and 2 aces. De’Avian Watson lead the team with 16 service point,
1
kills and 3 aces.

Season Record: 1 – 1

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New York/Fanwood volleyball & soccer

Soccer:

New York School for the Deaf (Fanwood) traveled to New Jersey School for
the Deaf (NJSD) on Thursday. Fanwood defeated NJSD 5-2. In the first half,
Fanwood sophomore forward, Christian Gonzalez, scored four goals that gave
Fanwood the lead over NJSD 4-2 and Fanwood midfielder, Alnord Deski, made
three important assists. In the second half, Fanwood goalkeeper Dana
Canteen, a senior, made nine saves and prevented NJSD from scoring. Then
Christian Gonzalez added a goal to make the final score 5▒^@^S2.

Record: 1-4 (League 0-4)

Next game at Marie Philip School on Friday, October 5th

Volleyball:

The Lady Golden Tornadoes defeated the Marie Katzenbach School for the
Deaf, 3-0 (25-17, 25-22 & 25-12).

Throughout each set, the team displayed consistent ball movement and
teamwork, which led them to a 3-0 victory. Samantha Pon earned 14 aces and
2 kills. Kiara Herrera scored 3 aces and one kill. Anneisha Persaud and
Britney Pon both earned 2 aces, while Britney also scored one kill.

Our current record is 4-2. The next game will be on October 5th at the
Marie Philip School. We look forward to continuing the 2 game wining
streak!

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South Carolina volleyball

SCSDB 14 8 22 25 17
Whitmire 25 25 25 23 25

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Western Pennsylvania volleyball & soccer

YESTERDAY’S RESULTS

SOCCER – beat West Virginia School for the Deaf in a rain-shortened game,
5-0

LEAGUE RECORD: 3-5-0

OVERALL RECORD: 5-6-1

MIDDLE SCHOOL SOCCER – beat Portersville Christian, 4-1   CLINCHED PLAYOFF
SPOT – guaranteed to finish 2nd place or better (we need to beat Trinity
Christian by 7 goals to take the first place spot)   if not, we will
finish 2nd place and host the first round of playoffs on Tuesday, October
16th.

LEAGUE RECORD: 4-1-0

OVERALL RECORD: 6-2-0

JUNIOR VARSITY VOLLEYBALL – lost to Harvest Baptist, 0-2 (25-15 and 25-13)

OVERALL RECORD: 0-8-0   SEASON ENDED

VARSITY VOLLEYBALL – lost to Harvest Baptist, 0-3 (20-25, 21-25, and
16-25)  Clinched playoff spot also – guaranteed to finish 3rd place and
will travel to the second place of the other division on Tuesday, October
16th.

LEAGUE RECORD: 4-4-0

OVERALL RECORD: 7-6-0

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random deafsports thoughts

many young deaf athletes dream of making it big
in the pros. Many of them are not aware of the
high odds against them making it big. Gallaudet
tried to recruit a star high school running back.
He looked down on Gallaudet’s NCAA-III status
saying that no one makes it to the NFL if he
played on Gallaudet’s level.

Well, he was recruited by a NCAA-I football
program. And he sat on the bench throughout
his collegiate career.

At Gallaudet he would have had all the playing
time he wanted.

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Oct
03

2018/10/03

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DeafDigest Sports – October 3, 2018

barry@deafdigest.com
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Hot DeafSports News at:
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– random deafsports thoughts

– Gallaudet weekly honors

– upcoming football games

– volleyball updates

– soccer updates

– deaf dual citizen swimmer

DeafDigest Sports collections of the day
– NTID’s first and forgotten deaf superstar athlete
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 10/03/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

2018 football scores (as of 10/03/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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football games this week

Oct 4 Riverside hosts Noli Indian
Oct 4 Fremont hosts St Vincent de Paul
Oct 4 Washington at Crescent

Oct 5 Maryland hosts Maryland Freedom
Oct 5 Indiana at Crimson Knights
Oct 5 Phoenix at Arete Prep
Oct 5 Colorado at Genoa-Hugo
Oct 5 Alabama at Model

Oct 6 Illinois at Minnesota
Oct 6 Missouri at New Mexico
Oct 6 South Carolina at Carolinas (at Morganton)
Oct 6 Mississippi at Louisiana
Oct 6 Georgia at Tennessee

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Gallaudet football

Demontrai Lewis and Cassmeir Hutchinson earn ECFC Weekly Player
of the Week honors

MARSHFIELD, Mass. – The Eastern Collegiate Football Conference (ECFC)
announced its weekly honors for the week of Oct. 1 and senior linebacker
Demontrai Lewis (Trinity, Texas) and freshman slot Cassmeir Hutchinson
(Chesapeake, Va.) were awarded Defensive Player and Rookie of the Week,
respectively, for their performances last weekend in Paxton, Mass.,
against Anna Maria College.

Lewis led the Gallaudet defense en route to a 29-9 road win over Anna
Maria last Saturday in the ECFC opener. The senior linebacker led the team
with seven tackles (five solo) with two of those tackles ending up in a
loss of 28 yards. He also forced a fumble when he sacked the AMC
quarterback for a loss of 14 yards in the second quarter.

Hutchinson had a career day as he ran for 151 yards on 10 carries (15.1
yards per rush) as he helped to lead Gallaudet to a 20-point victory over
Anna Maria on the road. He scored a touchdown on an 80-yard run, his
longest of his young career. For the season, he has 290 rushing yards on
19 carries; averaging 15.3 yards per carry and two scores.

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Gallaudet volleyball

Gallaudet sweeps NEAC Women’s Volleyball Player of the Week honors

GANSEVOORT, N.Y. – The North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC)
announced its weekly conference student-athlete of the week awards for
Oct. 1 and Gallaudet University swept the honors. Junior Adele Daniels
(Austin, Texas) was named Women’s Volleyball Player of the Week while
sophomore Karita Lewis (Frederick, Md.) was picked as the Women’s
Volleyball Defensive Player of the Week.

Daniels recorded doubles-doubles in all six matches of a 4-2 week for the
Bison. The junior outside hitter totaled 82 kills, 110 digs, nine service
aces, eight blocks and four assists. She totaled 96.5 points and finished
the week with a .195 hitting percentage. Daniels also matched a
career-high with 25 digs in a 3-1 NEAC win over Penn St.-Abington.

Lewis recorded 10 blocks (one solo) to go with 60 kills and 88 digs in six
matches (22 sets). In addition to recording double-digit digs in five of
six matches and averaging 4.00 digs per set, Lewis added nine assists and
eight service aces.

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Carolinas football

newspaper story

CAVE SPRING, Ga. — A twice-delayed eight-player football season finally
kicked off the combined North Carolina and Eastern North Carolina Schools
for the Deaf team Saturday with a 44-22 loss at Georgia School for the
Deaf.

The Bear-Hornets led in the second quarter 16-8 and came within 24-22 on
Alfonza Robinson’s 99-yard touchdown run late in the fourth quarter.
However, Georgia scored three straight TDs in the fourth quarter to close
out the game.

“Our guys played hard but we have many areas to correct and improve,”
said NCSsD co-head coach Leonard Baker of ENCSD. “A couple of key
injuries hampered us in the second half and contributed to the outcome.”

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Fremont volleyball

CSD Volleyball:
Currently stands at 14-5 overall and undefeated in our league with 8-0.
Our
losses are all close scoring games with higher divisions mainly in
tournament play.

We face Fremont Christian tonight and then Oakland Military Instutition
tomorrow before heading to DC for the Spike Out tournament.

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Illinois Volleyball Results:

Illinois vs. Triopia

Set #1  10 – 25loss
Set #25 – 25loss

overall record 0 – 12

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Indiana volleyball

@ University (Carmel, IN)

(L) 3 – 0

16-25, 14-25, 11-25

16-12 record

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Kansas volleyball

Tonight we won our match against Independent Home School in 3 straight
sets.  However, it was a very exciting game because of three close sets.
We are proud the way our Lady Jackrabbits played tonight.

Final scores:

KSD: 25  29  25
IHS:  23  27  22

Player Stats:

-Jamaika Jones: 1 ace
-Katja Grace: 1 ace, 2 kills, 2 assists
-Madison Welch: 9 aces, 10 kills, 1 block, 1 assist
-Kaylee Wells: 2 aces, 3 kills
-Taylor Wise: 1 ace, 1 kill
-Tiadra Vang: 3 aces, 4 kills, 13 assists

Season Record: 10-2

GPSD tournament this weekend in Iowa.

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Marie Philip volleyball

Marie Philip School Volleyball match report.

Date: Tuesday October 2, 2018
Location: Montrose School, Medfield, MA
Result: Marie Philip School 3, Montrose 1 (25-21, 8-25, 25-22, 25-20)

Today the Marie Philip School Lady Ghosts visited the Montrose School for
an IGC league match.

For the first set we controlled the match with strong serving and
disciplined defense to stay ahead and win 25-21.

In the second set a minor injury and lack of focus after that derailed our
girls’ ambition to go up 2-0.  The Mavericks’ #17 and #15 attacked us with
strong serves as we tried to adjust our receiving.  Some hitting and
passing errors did not help our cause.  Montrose won without too much
trouble, 8-25.

Our girls decided to treat the 1-1 tie as a “new game.”  Our subs stepped
up big time and our serving punched holes through the Mavericks’
receiving.  We had a few excellent kills to lead us to a 25-22 win.

In the fourth set the Lady Ghosts, very aware we were in the home gym of
the top ranked team in the IGC, refused to take our foot off the gas
pedal.  Our last set was our strongest one of the night thanks to a few
highlight hustle plays, rocket serving, and several well-placed kills.  We
were able to win the 4th set 25-20 and the match 3-1.

We were pleased with all of our players stepping up whenever needed by the
team.  The Lady Ghosts did a great job of erasing a bad set.  As usual we
stuck to our game plan and let the wins take care of themselves.  Our next
match is tomorrow, a big league rematch against Chapel Hill Chauncy Hall
at our home.  Our record is now 8-3 (4-3 IGC).

TODAY’S STATS
Shayla Rochette (Fr.) – 17 Aces, 1 Kill, 1 Assist, 2 Digs, 1 Reception,
and 19 service points
Zora Elliott-Mendelsohn (Fr.) – 1 Ace, 7 Kills, 7 Assists, 2 Digs, 1
Reception, and 10 service points
Sabrina Rodrigues (Jr.) – 6 Aces, 6 Kills, 2 Assists, 5 Receptions, and 11
service points
Samantha Fernsebner (8th) – 1 Ace, 1 Assist, 2 Digs, 5 Receptions, and 1
service point
Rita Child (7th) – 1 Ace, 1 Assist, 1 Dig, and 6 service points
Carleigh Babbit (8th) – 3 Receptions and 2 service points
Chloe Martin (7th) – 1 Reception and 3 service points

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland beat MACA, 3-1
Scores: 29-27, 25-19, 23-25, 25-22
Record: 24-2-0

Stats
Cassidy Perry
16 kills, 3 digs, 4 block, 3 aces

Citrine Lummer
12 kills, 6 digs, 6 aces

Milana Bielucke
10 digs, 2 aces

Sascha Tansky
15 assists, 3 aces

Alyssa Glennon
1 kill, 16 assists

Rajena Guettler
3 kills

Brigitta Luttrell
2 kills, 4 digs

Ariella Zfati
4 digs

Crystal Salit
1 dig

Maryland JV lost to MACA, 0-2
Scores: 23-25, 10-25
Record: 10-4

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Michigan volleyball

Michigan School for the Deafяяs Lady Tartars played St Thomas More
Academy today, 10/2/18.  MSD lost 0-3; scores were 13-25, 9-25, and 22-25.
We beat ourselves tonight, giving away points with our errors. We finally
got our Tartar spirit back in the 3rd set, and played smarter, giving STMA
a run for their money. Chloe Woggerman improved her serving immensely,
getting up to 83%.  Violetta Colterяяs receiving improved as well,
finishing the night at 80%. Good thing we got ourselves back in the game,
because tomorrow we head to Wisconsin School for the Deaf. Game starts at
7:30pm. GO TARTARS!

Record 1-8

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Minnesota football

newspaper story

Missouri’s spread passing attack downs MSAD

In six-man football, a team has an array of options to attack the wide
open field.

Visiting Missouri School for the Deaf (1-2) used every inch, spreading out
multiple receivers to pick apart host Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf
(1-3) 58-16 on homecoming.

“Missouri has played really well and were very prepared against us,”
said MSAD coach Jason Branden. “We made lot of mistakes and missed lot
of open tackling.”

The Trojans’ Adam Schneider caught a 14-yard touchdown in the first
quarter to limit Missouri’s first quarter lead to 24-8.

Missouri’s pass-heavy offense and a mobile quarterback who was a threat
to run or throw on rollouts was a tough assignment for MSAD which seeks
its first win on the field. Michigan forfeited its game that was scheduled
for Sept. 22.

Marc Nolasco accounted for the Trojans’ other touchdown Saturday. He
found the right corner to rush 19 yards for the third-quarter score. Dylan
Udave Cardenas caught the two-point conversion attempt from quarterback
Benny Dow.

Nolasco led the Trojans with 42 yards on four carries.

MSAD remains at home 2 p.m. Saturday to host the Illinois School for the
Deaf Tigers (1-3). The Trojans came back to beat the Tigers 22-12 last
year and have won four times in a row since the teams regularly began
playing in 2014. MSAD and Illinois do not share a common opponent so far
in 2018.

Missouri School for the Deaf 58, Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf 16

MO — 24 14 14 6

MN — 8 0 8 0

MSAD statistics — Passing: Benny Dow 6-21, 63 yards, 1 TD, 4 INT …
Rushing: Marc Nolasco 4-42, TD; Jonathan Mejia 8-11; Dalton Starr 1-10
Dylan Udave Cardenas 1-5; Dow 8-(-)2 … Receiving: Udave Cardenas 2-18;
Mejia 1-18; Adam Schneider 1-14, TD; Nolasco 2-9 … Tackle leader: Mejia
9 … Sacks: Erubiel Garcia-Enciso 1

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Model volleyball

Volleyball

Date: Tuesday, October 2, 2018 at 4:00 PM

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 3

Grace Brethren Christian School: 0

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Ohio soccer

Ohio Soccer
10/2/18

Village Academy at OSD

Village 3
OSD 2

Record: 7-3

The game was stopped at 5 minutes remaining due to lightning.

Up next is a tough, tough road game in Pittsburgh to take on WPSD on
Wednesday, 10/3/18.

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Western Pennsylvania volleyball & soccer

YESTERDAY’S RESULTS

SOCCER – played only 10 minutes before postponed due to lightning…   rescheduled to 10/10/18

LEAGUE RECORD: 3-5-0

OVERALL RECORD: 4-6-0

MIDDLE SCHOOL SOCCER – no game

LEAGUE RECORD: 3-1-0

OVERALL RECORD: 4-2-0

JUNIOR VARSITY VOLLEYBALL – lost to First Baptist, 2-1 (25-21, 20-25, and 14-16)

OVERALL RECORD: 0-7-0

VARSITY VOLLEYBALL – beat First Baptist, 3-0 (25-8, 25-12, and 25-20)

LEAGUE RECORD: 4-3-0

OVERALL RECORD: 6-5-0

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random deafsports comments

how many deaf coaches, regardless of the sports, are aware of
yelling and screaming by hearing players and hearing coaches?

Some of the comments they make were not nice!

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Matt Klotz hopes to break LSU backstroke record, look toward 2020 Olympics

part of newspaper story

After dominating in the 2017 DeafLympics , Matt Klotz has his sights set
for a 2020 World Olympic bid with Hungary

He has represented the United States in the past.  However, his father is
Hungarian.  He hopes to get dual-citizenship and compete for Hungary in
2020.  He said that he would try for the United States, but in order to
represent them, he would have to be a gold medalist.

Matt Klotz is starting his junior season at LSU and has set his goals
pretty high. After breaking three World Deaf Swimming records in the 2018
US Nationals, he is aiming for the LSU backstroke record.

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Oct
01

2018/10/01

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DeafDigest Sports – October 1, 2018

barry@deafdigest.com
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Hot DeafSports News at:
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– Gallaudet soccer updates

– random deafsports thoughts

– upcoming football games

– a big soccer game between two strong teams

– volleyball and football reports

– a school cancels its football season

DeafDigest Sports collections of the day
– Gallaudet soccer goalie in Pan-Am Games tryouts
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 10/01/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

2018 football scores (as of 10/01/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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football games this week

Oct 4 Riverside hosts Noli Indian
Oct 4 Fremont hosts St Vincent de Paul
Oct 4 Washington at Crescent

Oct 5 Maryland hosts Maryland Freedom
Oct 5 Indiana at Crimson Knights
Oct 5 Phoenix at Arete Prep
Oct 5 Colorado at Genoa-Hugo
Oct 5 Alabama at Model

Oct 6 Illinois at Minnesota
Oct 6 Missouri at New Mexico
Oct 6 South Carolina at Carolinas (at Morganton)
Oct 6 Mississippi at Louisiana
Oct 6 Georgia at Tennessee

Note:

#1
it was just learned that Michigan cancelled
their football season (without playing
a single game)

#2
several schools have bye this week; this the
reason for fewer games this week

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Gallaudet women’s soccer

Bison can’t stop a storm of goals by Keuka

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University women’s soccer team was handed a 7-0
loss by Keuka College, the top team in the North Eastern Athletic
Conference (NEAC), here Sunday afternoon at a warm and sun-drenched
Hotchkiss Field

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Gallaudet men’s soccer

Bison fall back into middle of NEAC pack with loss to Wolves

WASHINGTON – Gallaudet University had a chance to make a move up the North
Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) men’s soccer standings here Sunday
afternoon as the Bison hosted an equally-matched Keuka College squad.

The two teams played even throughout in a physical and tactical match.
Keuka escaped with an 1-0 victory after the Wolves stormed the Bison goal
in the 53rd minute for the lone mark of the game.

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Colorado Volleyball

CSDB Homecoming
9/29/2018

CSDB vs. PDSD HS Volleyball
Lost 1-3

15-25
25-23
11-25
22-25

Diana Enriquez                  4 Kill, 1 Ace, 1 Block
Rose Longbine                   5 Assist, 2 Dig
Priscilla Needs                  2 Ace, 3 Kill
Daniela Lopez                    2 Ace

Our record is 0-7

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Georgia football

newspaper story

PREP FOOTBALL: GSD uses big 2nd half to earn first win

Homecoming in Cave Spring came with a win for the Georgia School for the
Deaf football team on Saturday as the Tigers defeated The Carolinas
Schools for the Deaf 44-22 at Van Cott Stadium.

The game was tied 16-16 at halftime before GSD rallied in the second half
and outscored its opponent 28-6 in the final two quarters for the team’s
first victory of the season.

Quarterback DeMarco Brown ran for 141 and four touchdowns on 14 carries
for the Tigers, with scoring runs of 51, 28, and two from 10 yards out. He
also ran for a two-point conversion and passed for three more.

Jamie Lang ran for 120 yards and two touchdowns on eight carries, scoring
from 19 and 20 yards out.

The two teams traded touchdowns to start the second half, but a Carolinas
fumble was recovered by GSD and turned into a touchdown to set up the
remainder of the game.

GSD (1-3) got a boost of momentum before halftime with a big defensive
stand as the Tigers held strong on first-and-goal for Carolinas at the GSD
6 with little time remaining. The clock hit zero before the visitors could
capitalize and the score remained tied at the break.

GSD coach Erik Whitworth said he got good performances from his linemen in
the eight-man game, including Bennie Royal and JJ Evans.

The Tigers will be back in action next Saturday at Tennessee School for
the Deaf in Knoxville, Tennessee.

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Marie Philip soccer

Soccer game @ Lexington

Marie Philip School took a journey to New York to play against Lexington
School for the Deaf for their homecoming day. We were so ready to play the
game on a beautiful sunny day despite the condition of field was very
muddy and sticky.

When the first half was almost done, Lexington took an advantage of
scoring penalty kick goal leading 1-0.

In the second half, we had difficulty getting the ball down the field due
to the conditions of the field so we decided to change our strategy.  The
adjustments worked as we found a way to carry the ball through Lexington
defensive line as Jasper Damas scored, assisting by Ty Looney as we tied
1-1. 7th grader, Luke Florio easily scored a goal off an assist from
Slavik Sukhovtsev to lead the game 2-1. We got a penalty kick goal scoring
by Ty Looney. It was a great battle.

We will come back Lexington School for the Deaf again in 3 weeks for the
Eastern Schools for the Deaf Athletic Association (ESDAA) 11 men soccer
tournament.

MPS 3
LEX 1

Record: 3-1

Next game: October 1st, Monday.
Home game vs Boston University Academy.

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Marie Philip volleyball

Marie Philip School Volleyball tournament report.

Date: Saturday September 29, 2018
Location: Lexington School for the Deaf, East Elmhurst, NY
Results:
Semifinals – #1 MPS won over #3 NYSD 2-0 (25-20, 25-7)
Championship – #1 MPS won over #2 Lexington 2-0 (25-20, 26-24)

Yesterday the Marie Philip Lady Ghosts traveled to New York to participate
in Lexington’s Deaf Awareness Tournament.  It was a big event with six
schools participating.  Due to it being held for one day, the tournament
was playoff-style with the top two teams getting first round byes.  Before
our semifinal match, #3 NYSD won over #6 Delaware 2-0 and #4 American won
over #5 Pennsylvania 2-0.

For the semifinals, NYSD boasted a few returning players, a bigger player
roster led by strong-serving #10 Samantha Pon, and momentum from their win
over Delaware earlier in the day.  The Golden Tornadoes played very
aggressively and kept us off balance with 1st touch free balls and 2nd
touch attacks.  Our serving kept us ahead and we were able to hold them
off in the first set to win 25-20.  Our defense was much more disciplined
in the 2nd set and we won 25-7 to take the match 2-0.

#2 Lexington defeated #4 ASD in the other semifinals, 2-0.  Pennsylvania
won the 5th place match over Delaware 2-0 and Fanwood topped off a good
day by capturing 3rd place over ASD, 2-0.

For the championship match, Lexington was led by the middle hits of #1
Gigi Zheng and well-placed serves of #11 May Tun.  We did our best to stay
one step ahead of them.  Our strong serving and well-balanced play helped
us to win the first set 25-20.  In the second set, the Blue Jays overcame
a 22-18 deficit to tie 24-24.  A Lexington serve that went a little too
far gave us the ball back with a 25-24 lead.  A perfectly executed
dig-set-kill sealed a 26-24 set and 2-0 championship victory.

Yesterday was the first time that the MPS Lady Ghosts volleyball team has
won a tournament of any kind.  We are still a work in progress, but a big
1st place trophy and 4 All-Stars (Carleigh, Sabrina, Shayla, and Zora) are
good checkpoints!  We are now 7-3 for the season.  Our Lady Ghosts will
play four matches in four days starting this Tuesday as we visit IGC
league opponent Montrose School.

TOURNAMENT STATS (4 sets played)
Zora Elliott-Mendelsohn (Fr.) – 9 Aces, 2 Kills, 11 Assists, 1 Dig, and 16
service points
Carleigh Babbit (8th) – 3 Aces, 1 Kill, 1 Assist, 1 Dig, 4 Reception, and
7 service points
Sabrina Rodrigues (Jr.) – 13 Aces, 5 Kills, 5 Receptions, and 19 service
points
Shayla Rochette (So.) – 2 Aces, 5 Kills, 5 Receptions, and 3 service
points
Rita Child (7th) – 1 Kill, 6 Assists, 1 Reception, and 5 service points
Lily Fruguglietti (Jr.) – 2 Aces, 1 Kill, 5 Receptions, and 1 service
point
Anya Sukhovtsev (7th) – 1 Kill and 1 Reception

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Missouri football

We played Minnesota school for the deaf and beat them 58 to 16. It was our
first win and it felt good.  Hezeki Smoot lead team in rushing with of 100
yards on 9 carries.  He also threw for 1 score.  Connor Luper had 32 yards
rushing and one td and he score on a fumble return as well. Mikal
Meriweather has 3 td’s he rushed for 60 yards and had 6 tackles on
defense.  He also had one int.  Damar Washington and Connor and Jayden
Roirdan all had 1 int.  It was a great win for us we look forward to next
week.

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Phoenix volleyball

Stats vs CSDB

PDSD 25 25  25  25
CSDB 15  23  11  22

Maddie Fears: 2 digs, 10 aces, 10 kills, 3 assists
Kiana Vazquez: 4 digs, 3 aces, 1 kill
Selina Hernandez: 6 aces, 1 assist, 1 block
Yosseline Espinoza: 10 aces, 3 kills, 15 assists, 1 block
Isabel Ballard: 3 aces, 3 kills
Jackie Albert: 1 kill
Alejandra Acosta: 1 dig, 1 kill

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random deafsports thoughts

one big reason deaf coach Gary Klingensmith was delayed
in getting his 300th career win with his Juniata HS
(PA) football team was that the opponents did not want
to give him the win. As a result they played harder against
his team and were able to get away with close wins!

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DeafDigest Sports – September 30, 2018

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

– big Gallaudet wins in football and soccer

– other Gallaudet updates

– yesterday football scores

– random deafsports thoughts

– volleyball updates

DeafDigest Sports collections of the day
– most dramatic deaf last second touchdown
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 9/30/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

2018 football scores (as of 9/30/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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Wednesday football score
St Joseph Academy 47 Florida 6

Thursday football score
Washington 76 Oakville 46

Friday scores
Maryland 27 Texas 20

Indiana 40 Union Dugger 28 (two conflicting scores)
Riverside 64 Blair 36

Saturday scores
Georgia 44 Carolinas 22
Mississippi 48 Tennessee 6
Missouri 58 Minnesota 16
New Mexico 53 Arkansas 6
Oklahoma 48 Kansas 20
Phoenix 68 Colorado 55
Wisconsin 66 Iowa 14

Alden-Hebron 78 Illinois 40

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Gallaudet men’s soccer

GU celebrates a 3-2 overtime victory against Wells…again

WASHINGTON – You could excuse the fans here Saturday for thinking they saw
the same game twice at Hotchkiss Field as Gallaudet University hosted
Wells College in a North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) men’s and
women’s soccer doubleheader.

For the second time in a two-hour span, Gallaudet celebrated a 3-2
overtime soccer win against the visiting Express.

It was deja vu all over again, as the Bison men’s team scored the
game-winner in extra time, just hours, after the women’s team did the same
thing to Wells in the first game.

Gallaudet (4-4, 3-2 NEAC) ended the game in the 95th minute when senior
forward Sean Huber (Orange, Calif.) scored his first goal of the season
off an assist from sophomore defender Kevin Fitzpatrick (Hopatcong, N.J.).

Freshman phenom Chad Johnson (Gardena, Calif.) scored two second-half
goals to force overtime

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Gallaudet women’s soccer

Mallach’s OT winner completes hat trick against Wells

WASHINGTON – Senior forward Brittany Mallach (Milton, Ontario) could not
be stopped here Saturday afternoon as she recorded a hat trick to lead
Gallaudet University to a thrilling 3-2 overtime victory over Wells
College at Hotchkiss Field in a North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC)
women’s soccer game.

Mallach scored her third goal in the 97th minute with a low shot past
Wells goalie Kayleigh Hurley (eight saves) for the game-winner in extra
time. Freshman midfielder Hannah Neild (Litchfield, N.H.) threw in the
ball from the near sideline and got the ball into the goalie box.
Sophomore midfielder Sharon Castillo (Dallas, Texas) redirected the ball
right to the foot of Mallach, who buried the goal, and set-off a huge
bench-clearing celebration for the Bison.

Gallaudet (4-5, 2-3 NEAC) celebrated its first win over Wells (1-8, 0-5
NEAC) since the 2010 season. The Bison were previously 1-7 vs. Wells as a
NEAC member.

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Gallaudet football

Strong fourth quarter powers Gallaudet past Anna Maria, 29-9

PAXTON, Mass. – A strong fourth quarter propelled the Gallaudet University
football team past Anna Maria College, 29-9, here Saturday afternoon in
the Eastern Collegiate Football Conference (ECFC) opener. The Bison scored
22 points in the final 13 minutes to break open a close 9-7 game and spoil
the AMCATS’ homecoming.

notes:
#1 do scroll down and read the random deafsports thoughts

#2 the Gallaudet-Anna Maria series, past three games is interesting

2016 Anna Maria defeated Gallaudet 27-13

2017 Gallaudet defeated Anna Maria 73-23

2018 Anna Maria led at the start of 4th quarter but Gallaudet rallied to
win

while Anna Maria is the weakest team in the conference, no one can
take any NEAC games for granted!

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Gallaudet men’s cross country

GU finishes 13th at Don Cathcart Invitational

SALISBURY, Md. – The Gallaudet University men’s cross country team placed
13th overall at the Don Cathcart Invitational hosted by Salisbury
University on Saturday at Winter Place Par

Gallaudet freshman Jared Spinale (Camby, Ind.) was the first Bison to
cross the finish line in 101st place with a time of 32:29.58. Senior Alex
Close (Tallahassee, Fla.) was the next GU runner to finish with time
33:28.50 in 106th place. Freshman Liam Painter (Edgewood, N.M.) and junior
Kai Christenberry (Birmingham, Ala.) were 112th (34:29.55) and 113th
(35:19.56), respectively. Freshman Abdus-Samad Shilling (Inglewood,
Calif.) was GU’s final runner to earn team points as he crossed the finish
line in 118th place (39:23.25).

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Gallaudet women’s cross country

Pratt cracks GU’s 6K record board as Bison finish 12th at Don Cathcart
Invitational

SALISBURY, Md. – Freshman Sierra Pratt (Katy, Texas) cracked the Gallaudet
University women’s cross country 6K record board here Saturday at the 30th
Annual Don Cathcart Invitational hosted by Salisbury University at Winter
Place Park. Pratt placed 49th out of 102 runners. She completed the flat
course with a blazing time of 25 minutes, 33.37 seconds. Her time is
recorded as the fourth fastest in school history.

Gallaudet finished 12th overall with 335 team points.

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Florida volleyball

Sept 25, 2018    River City Science Academy vs. FSDB           Home
0-10        0-5

FSDB
23
20
25
17

River City Science Academy
25
25
19
25

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Georgia football & volleyball

We played the North Carolinas’ today. The final was GSD – 44 the North
Carolinas’ – 22.
The game was a lot closer than the score shows. It was a hot afternoon in
Georgia with very little breeze or cloud cover. My hats off to both teams
for their hard play and good sportsmanship throughout the game.
The coaches from both North Carolina schools had their young men ready
to play and give their all even though this was their first game.(had to
cancel their first two due to the weather). They came ready to play. It
was a good Homecoming Weekend here at GSD and we would like to thank the
North Carolinas’ for coming to play. And look forward for the rematch game
at ENCSD on 11/3/18 for ENCSD’S Homecoming.

Next game vs Tennessee School for the Deaf for their Homecoming game on
10/6/18

Record: 1-3-0

GSD VOLLEYBALL
We played Jacksonville Christian Academy last Friday
GSD – 15          6               13
JCA -   25          25             25

Record: 6-16-0

Next matches:
Tuesday vs Rockmart High at Rockmart 10/2/18

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Iowa football

Lost to Wisconsin School for the Deaf today, 66-14. We got bit by the
turnover bug, with five turnovers.  We also had a bad first half tackling,
got better in the second half.  We just played really poorly, and have
some
work to do before our next game on October 9th against Heartland
Christian.

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Kansas volleyball

We played Oklahoma yesterday and they tested us in the first set.
Then we beat them in 3 straight sets.   Won the match 3-1.
Oklahoma will be a tough team to beat in the GPSD tournament.

Great game yesterday.

Final Score:

KSD:  22  25  25  25

OSD: 25  11   15  16

Player Stats:

-Jamaika Jones: 4 aces
-Katja Grace: 2 aces, 1 kill
-Kaylee Wells: 4 aces, 4 kills
-Madison Welch: 5 aces, 7 kills, 2 assists, 1 dig
-Taylor Wise: 1 kill
-Tiadra Vang: 10 aces, 1 kill, 5 assists

Team Record:
9-2.

Next games: IHS and GPSD

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Kentucky volleyball

Sept. 18th

KSD vs Danville Christian Academy

▒0-3

21-25, 11-25, 10-25

Sept. 20th

KSD vs Oneida Baptist Institute

0-2

11-25, 14-25

Sept. 26th

KSD vs Danville

0-3

6-25, 7-25, 8-25

Record: 6-12

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Maryland football

TSD (3-2) – 20
MSD (5-0) – 27

TSD           0       2       12      6     20
MSD           0      6        0      21    27

Scoring Summary
M – Long 14yd pass from Lewis (Kick failed)
T – Team safety
T – Garrett 8yd run (2pt failed)
T – Rohde 1yd run (2pt failed)
M – Long 40yd run (2pt failed)
M – Long 90yd pass from Lewis (Joseph pass from Lewis)
T – Garrett 1yd run (2pt failed)
M – Werner 31yd pass from Lewis (Pufhan kick)

Individual Stats
Rushing:
Jason Werner: 8-18
Eric Long: 9-83; 1 TD

Passing:
Rory Lewis: 5-9-1; 178 yards; 3 TDs

Receiving:
Eric Long: 3-131; 2 TDs
Jason Werner: 1-31; 1 TD

The game was an instant classic. We scored 21 points in the 4th quarter
including Jason Werner’s game winning TD reception with 8 seconds left
on the clock. Miguel Pavao led the team with 16 tackles. Alexsander
Raimundo and Rayston Fonseca had 9 tackles each. Eric Long also made an
interception.

Total Yards :
MSD: 301 (123 rushing/178 passing)
TSD: 312 (198 rushing/114 passing)

Notes:
#1  Second last second miracle that Ryan Bonheyo pulled off
(as a player and as a coach). As a player he ran 79 yards
with no time remaining for the winning touchdown against
Becker College in 2013 by scooping up the ball from a
blocked field goal attempt. He was rushing the field goal
kicker from one of the edges; the other edge rusher blocked it
and the bouncing ball fell into his arms.

#2  Wallace Hughes ran 83 yards on an end sweep for the
winning touchdown with just five seconds remaining. It
helped Tennessee School for the Deaf defeat North Carolina
School for the Deaf, 13-7 to clinch the 1967 Deaf Schools
Football Team of the Year honor. Both schools were
in contention for the national honor and it boiled down
to the must-win game between them. It was a 7-7 tie
at that time, and there was no overtime rule.

See:
http://deafdigest.com/most-dramatic-touchdown/

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Minnesota football & volleyball

football
Missouri won 58-16

volleyball
Rochester Home School defeated MSAD
25-6, 23-25, 15-1

MSAD defeated Missouri 25-8, 25-19

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Oklahoma volleyball

OSD vs Kansas SD

1-3 L

record 2-8

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Pennsylvania volleyball

Today, 9/29, the PSD Lady Panthers Volleyball team unfortunately lost
their
first game at the Deaf Awareness Tournament (0-2) at Lexington School for
the Deaf, but they were able to make up for it with a fantastic win in
their second game against Delaware School for the Deaf (2-0). We are 5th
place, some key players were not able to attend, but the team still played
hard and proudly represented PSD with Gia DiGiacomo and Amber Opperman
each
scoring 10 aces, and Natalya Gilmore making the tournament All Star team!

Record 2-1

Next our first home game, 10/1 vs NYSD @ 3:30 PM. Come and support us!

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Phoenix football & volleyball

at Colorado

Football
Phoenix 68, Colorado 55
Record: 3-4

Volleyball
Phoenix 3, Colorado 0
Record: 4-7

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random deafsports thoughts

Gallaudet football game yesterday prediction by
a New England football blog

Gallaudet University at Anna Maria College (1 p.m.): Look for this game to
come down to perhaps the final drive with the AMCATs scoring with no time
left on the clock. PREDICTION: Anna Maria 17, Gallaudet 14

Well, it was Gallaudet that won the game in the
final quarter. Thank goodness!

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deaf coach Gary Klingensmith

he finally got his 300th career win after
season-starting delays.

Pine Grove (Pine Grove, PA)
Location: Juniata High School
Box Score
(W) 28 – 20

That means he coached his teams to 300 high
school wins and 4 Gallaudet wins (during the
sixties)

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Hot DeafSports News at:
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– yesterday football score

– football games today & tomorrow

– random deafsports thoughts

– volleyball updates

– soccer updates

– Gallaudet volleyball

– bar says no to football captions

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

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

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

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Wednesday football score
St Joseph Academy 47 Florida 6

Thursday football score
Washington 76 Oakville 46

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

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

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

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Gallaudet volleyball

Gallaudet clips Seahawks in straight sets

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

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American soccer & volleyball

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

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

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

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Colorado Volleyball

9/27/2018
CSDB @ Hanover

Lost 1-3

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

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

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Illinois Volleyball Results

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

Record 0 – 10

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Lexington soccer

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

Lexington improve record 4-0-0.

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Louisiana volleyball

Win/Loss – 1-6

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

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

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

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Marie Philip School Volleyball match report.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Maryland football

newspaper preview

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

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Maryland volleyball

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

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Model volleyball

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

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 0

Bishop O’Connell High School: 3

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

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 3

McLean School: 0

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Pennsylvania soccer

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

Record 0-1

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

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Pennsylvania volleyball

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

Record 1-0

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

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Phoenix volleyball

PDSD    12   19    16
Salome  25   25   25

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

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Rochester volleyball

Game 2 at Eugenio Maria De Hostos

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

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

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

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

RSD record: 3-0

Next home game VS Wilson

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South Carolina volleyball

SCSDB 11 8 13
Calhoun fall 25 25 25

Overall record 0-8

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St Mary’s soccer

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

Overall Record: 0-1-1

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

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Washington volleyball & football

Volleyball and Football Scores: 9/27/18

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

Terriers 76 @ Oakville 46
Record: 2-1

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Western Pennsylvania volleyball & soccer

YESTERDAY’S RESULTS

SOCCER – beat Cornerstone Prep, 5-2

LEAGUE RECORD: 3-5-0

OVERALL RECORD: 4-6-0

MIDDLE SCHOOL SOCCER – no game

LEAGUE RECORD: 2-1-0

OVERALL RECORD: 3-2-0

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

OVERALL RECORD: 0-6-0

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

LEAGUE RECORD: 3-3-0

OVERALL RECORD: 4-5-0

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random deafsports thoughts

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

Only one recorded score was found -

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

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

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

But – scores, records, etc? None!

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copied from today’s DeafDigest Mid-Week edition

– El Paso sports bar says no to football captions

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

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

— Gallaudet SID has a big basketball responsibility

— football games this week

— random deafsports thoughts

— volleyball updates

— football & soccer updates

— commercial sponsor of an offside football penalty

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

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

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

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football games this week

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

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

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

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Gallaudet SID has a big basketball responsibillity

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

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

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

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

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

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Illinois football

At Jacksonville, Illinois (ISD)

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

22  20  14  8   98
44  24  22  8   64

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

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

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

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

ISD 1-2        WSD 0-4

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Indiana volleyball

vs Anderson Prep. Academy

3-0

25-13, 25-18, 25-18

14-10 record

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Iowa volleyball

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

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Kansas football

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

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

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Louisiana volleyball

Won/Loss Record: 1-4

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

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

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Marie Philip volleyball

Marie Philip School Volleyball match report.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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 Maryland Volleyball Results

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

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

Citrine Lummer
7 kills, 6 digs, 2 aces

Milana Bielucke
4 digs, 6 aces

Sascha Tansky
14 assists, 3 digs, 5 aces

Alyssa Glennon
11 assists, 6 aces

Rajena Guettler
2 kills

Hanna Johnston-Shaw
1 dig

Ariella Zfati
1 kill, 1 dig

Crystal Salit
2 kills, 1 dig

Anevay Patterson
1 kill, 1 dig

Meghan Lubehusen
1 kill
1 kill, 1 dig

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Michigan volleyball

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

Record: 1-6

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Oklahoma volleyball

OSD vs Amber-Pocasset

12-25, 15-25,18-25

Record 2-5

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Oregon soccer

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

Loss to Open Door Christian Academy, 4 to 7.

Sept. 24 at North Clackamas Christian

Sept 27 against Livingstone Adventist Academy

The record is 1-4.

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Rochester soccer

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Final Score

USA: 8
RSD: 1

Goals: Bryn Huggins (1)

Saves: Radez (34)

Record: 1-5

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random deafsports thoughts

Wnat is FERPA?

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

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

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

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

Very sad!

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commercial sponsor of offside football penalty

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

A deaf penalty?

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

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

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

Accurate Hearing Systems offsides penalty?

 

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DeafDigest Sports – September 20, 2018

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

– Gallaudet soccer updates

– heated soccer battle between two good deaf teams

– two more football games cancelled

– random deafsports thoughts

– football & volleyball & soccer & cross country updates

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

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

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

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upcoming football games

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

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

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

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

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

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Gallaudet men’s soccer

Bison fall to defending NEAC champions at home under the lights

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

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

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

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

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

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Gallaudet women’s soccer

GU drops conference game to Penn St.-Abington

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

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

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

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

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Carolinas football

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

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

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

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

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

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Florida volleyball

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

University Christian
8
19
12

FSDB
25
25
25

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Fremont football

newspaper preview

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

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

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Georgia volleyball

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

GSD – 25    25
MI -     19    18

GSD -       5       12
AHSJV -   25      25

Record – 6 -15 – 0

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

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Indiana football

Indianapolis newspaper prediction

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

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Indiana volleyball

defeated Tindley 3-0

12-9 record

25-18, 25-15, 25-12

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Maryland volleyball

newspaper story

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Maryland cross country

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

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

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

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

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Missouri volleyball

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

0-1 record

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Model girls’ soccer

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Soccer

Soccer

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

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 3

Washington Christian Academy: 12

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

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

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Ohio soccer and volleyball

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

Soccer
OSD 2, WPSD 1
Record: 6-1

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

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

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Oklahoma football

newspaper prediction

OKLAHOMA SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF 48, Louisiana Deaf 40

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Rochester soccer

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Final Score

Rapids: 5
RSD: 0

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

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St Mary’s volleyball

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

Thank you,
Coach Chuba & Coach Daley

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

Season Record:
0-1

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St Mary’s soccer

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

Overall Record: 0-1

Individual Stats:

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

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Washington volleyball

WSD Volleyball Scores: 9/19/18

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

Record 2-0 (League 0-0)

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Western Pennsylvania volleyball & soccer

YESTERDAY’S RESULTS

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

LEAGUE RECORD: 2-3-0

OVERALL RECORD: 2-4-0

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

MIDDLE SCHOOL SOCCER – no game

LEAGUE RECORD: 2-1-0

OVERALL RECORD: 3-2-0

JUNIOR VARSITY VOLLEYBALL – no game

OVERALL RECORD: 0-3-0

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

LEAGUE RECORD: 2-2-0

OVERALL RECORD: 3-3-0

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random deafsports thoughts

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

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

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

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

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

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

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– Saturday football scores

– soccer & volleyball updates

– random deafsports thoughts

– 300th career football win delayed

– Kentucky Spike Out tournament

– Gallaudet updates

DeafDigest Sports collections of the day
– deaf twin coach vs deaf twin coach in college wrestling
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 9/16/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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

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football games this week

Thursday scores:
Maryland 50 Timber Ridge 0
Washington 54 Wishkah 12

Oklahoma 72 Missouri 45

Hanover 69 Colorado 31
Merritt Island Christian 37 Florida 0
Ashley 2 Michigan 0 (forfeit)

Friday scores:
Texas 49 St Dominic Savio Catholic 9

Shoal Christian 27 Alabama 24
Anderson Prep 28 Indiana 20
Superior 60 Phoenix 0
Windward 43 Riverside 6

Saturday scores
Iowa 36 Arkansas 28
Kansas 58 Minnesota 14
Mississippi 58 Georgia 24
New Mexico 70 Wisconsin 6

Christian Life 40 Illinois 8

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Kentucky Spike Out tournament

Results:
1st: Mississippi School for the Deaf
2nd: Kentucky School for the Deaf
3rd: Michigan School for the Deaf
4th: Ohio School for the Deaf

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Gallaudet men’s soccer

Double-overtime loss stuns Gallaudet on home turf

WASHINGTON – Two minutes. That was the time left in the second overtime
period Gallaudet University needed to kill off to salvage a tie here
Saturday afternoon at Hotchkiss Field against Penn College in a North
Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) men’s soccer match.

Instead, Penn College (1-3, 1-1 NEAC) snuck in a low shot into the center
of the Bison goal at the 107:58 mark to end the marathon match, as the
Wildcats celebrated a 2-1 double-overtime victory.

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Gallaudet women’s soccer

Bison win streak snapped by Penn College

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University women’s soccer team saw its
three-game win streak end Saturday afternoon at Hotchkiss Field as Penn
College shut out the Bison, 6-0, in a North Eastern Athletic Conference
(NEAC) match.

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Gallaudet volleyball

Women’s volleyball opens home schedule with clean sweep of NEAC foe

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University women’s volleyball team won its
home opener here Saturday in straight sets over conference foe College of
Saint Elizabeth.

Gallaudet (3-7, 1-0 NEAC) made fast work of the first set as it won 25-16.
The Eagles put pressure on the Bison in the second set and were a point
away from closing it out before GU rallied. The Bison scored three
straight points to win 26-24. Sophomore middle hitter Karita Lewis
(Frederick, Md.) served up seven straight points to close out the third
set, 25-13, as GU closed out its North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC)
opener.

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Gallaudet women’s cross country

Pratt finishes 8th overall to lead GU at Charger Invitational

LANCASTER, Pa. – The Gallaudet University women’s cross country team got a
sneak peek of the North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) championship
course here Saturday as it ran in the Charger Invitational hosted by
Lancaster Bible College.

Gallaudet finished ninth out of 13 teams with 210 points as seven
different NEAC programs ran in the competition. McDaniel College won the
meet with 69 points as it had three runners in the top 12 spots. Keuka
College was second overall with 91 points, Penn College was third (102),
SUNY Poly was fourth (109) and Morrisville St. was fifth (124). The host
Chargers just missed the top five with a sixth-place finish (188) and the
last NEAC program in the field included Penn St.-Berks in 11th (221).

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Gallaudet men’s cross country

Gallaudet men’s cross country competes at Charger Invitational

LANCASTER, Pa. – The Gallaudet University men’s cross country team got a
sneak peek of the North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) championship
course here Saturday as it ran in the Charger Invitational hosted by
Lancaster Bible College.

Gallaudet finished 14th out of 15 teams as eight different NEAC programs
ran in the competition. SUNY Poly, the five-time defending NEAC champions,
won the meet with 56 points followed by Lancaster Bible (58) and Penn
College (78). Penn St.-Berks (112) took fourth while McDaniel College
finished with 149 points to round out the top five spots. The other NEAC
programs in the meet include Keuka College (208) in seventh, Penn
St.-Abington (226) in eighth and Morrisville St. (262) in 11th.

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Arkansas football & volleyball

Volleyball

ISD – 23  28  25  10
ASD – 25  30  20  25

ASD won 3 – 1

Record 1 – 12

Football

ISD -  14  6  8   8  36
ASD – 6   0  16  6  28

ASD record 0 – 2

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Iowa football

We defeated the Arkansas School for the Deaf today in our season opener in
Little Rock, 36-28. It was a hard fought game, in which we were able to
take advantage of some ASD turnovers.  We led 20-6 at halftime, and almost
gave the game away in the 4th until Henry Zlando saved us with a 75 yard
kickoff return that turned out to be the game winner. Arkansas had the
ball
the entire 4th quarter and was driving to tie the game when time ran out
on
them.

Jayden Kohl led our offense with 16 carries for 102 yards, and 2 of 9
passing for 31 yards.  Zlando contributed 25 yards rushing on 5 carries.

Defensively, we were led by Zlando, with 13 total tackles, 6 of them
unassisted, and 4 quarterback sacks.  Ben Brakke contributed 9 total
tackles, 5 unassisted, and 2 quarterback sacks.

Our scoring summary:
1st Q-Kohl 6 run (Kohl run)
1st Q-Kohl 6 run (conversion failed)
2nd Q-Kohl 32 run (conversion failed)
3rd Q-Kohl 30 run (Kohl run)
4th Q-Zlando 75 kickoff return (Kohl run)

We play the New Mexico School for the Deaf next Saturday.

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Kansas volleyball

This morning, we played MSAD and beat them 3-1.

Final Scores:

KSD:  18  25  25  25

Minn: 25  18  17   10

Player Stats:

-Dominique Emerson: 4 aces
-Jamaika Jones: 4 aces
-Katja Grace: 2 aces
-Kaylee Wells: 4 aces, 4 kills
-Madison Welch: 3 aces, 13 kills
-Ravin Green: 2 aces
-Taylor Wise: 1 kill
-Tiadra Vang: 1 ace, 2 kills, 7 assists

Team record: 6-1

Next game: Frontier Trail

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland at Oriole Classic Volleyball Tournament
Frederick, MD
September 15, 2018

ROUND ROBIN
Maryland beat King Abdullah, 2-0
Scores: 25-15, 25-15

Maryland beat Shalom Christian, 2-0
Scores: 25-13, 25-18

Maryland Northern Virginal Homeschool, 2-0
Scores: 25-10, 25-18

PLAYOFFS
Semifinals
Maryland beat Carroll Christian, 2-1
Scores: 22-25, 25-16, 15-12

Championship
Maryland Grace Academy, 2-0
Scores: 25-22, 25-21
Record: 15-0-0

Stats
Cassidy Perry
12 kills, 2 digs, 3 blocks

Citrine Lummer
5 kills, 6 digs

Milana Bielucke
6 digs, 1 ace

Sascha Tansky
9 assists

Alyssa Glennon
11 assists

Rajena Guettler
6 kills

Brigitta Luttrell
2 digs

Ariella Zfati
2 digs

Crystal Salit
2 digs

Anevay Patterson
1 dig

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Michigan volleyball

Michigan School for the Deaf was back in Kentucky this weekend. Hurricane
Florence brought the heat and humidity. The heat index was in the 100яяs
all weekend, which meant lots of water breaks to keep the girls hydrated.
Teams out east werenяяt able to make it, but we still had some friendly,
good competition. The Tartars played the Ohio Spartans on Friday. Both
teams fought the heat and played for over 2 hours! We played best 3 out of
5. Scores were 29-27, 18-25, 21-25, & 21-25. Closing the match at 1-3, OSD
won. Addison Blair added 6 kills and 14 aces to her stats; while Chloe
Woggerman received at 86%. We played short handed for 1 game, due to an
injury, but the girls never gave up! Saturday the heat increased, but so
did our motivation. We took on Kentucky School for the Deaf early in the
morning. Since it was still cool outside we continued to play best 3 out
of 5.  Addison Blair shook the court with 100% receiving, 83% serving, and
adding 5 more kills. Crystal Katcher w
as serving at 80%, while getting 6 aces. Despite improvements, Kentucky
won 0-3; scores were 11-25, 18-25, and 25-14. Next up was Mississippi
School for the Deaf. Since the day got hotter matches were reduced to best
2 out of 3. The Bulldogs has some tall players, which reduced our
confidence. We lost 0-2; scores were 16-25 & 13-25. Violetta Colter
changed her serving strategy and it worked! She was serving at 100%.
Taylor Stebbins also improved her serving, 91%. This loss meant we were
going up against Ohio School for the Deaf again fighting for 3rd place.
Khadija Aliяяs serves got better throughout the game. Meanwhile Addison
Blair racked up 16 aces, serving at 95%, and once again receiving at 100%.
She carried the Tartars to their first & important win! MSD won 2-0;
scores were 27-25 & 25-12.

All tournament players:
Addison Blair
Chloe Woggerman
Crystal Katcher

Season record: 1-3

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Model volleyball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Volleyball

Volleyball

Date: Saturday, September 15, 2018 at 11:00 AM

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 3

School Without Walls: 0

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Ohio Volleyball & Soccer
9/15/18

Playing for 3rd place
Michigan 27-25
OSD           25-12
Record: 1-3

Ohio Soccer and Volleyball

9/15/18 in Danville, KY

Soccer
OSD 4
Landmark (KY) 1
Record: 3-1

Volleyball
Mississippi 25-25-25
OSD                 11-11-7
Record 1-1

Soccer
OSD 9
Light Eagles 2
Record: 4-1

Volleyball
Kentucky 25-25
OSD            22-16
Record: 1-2

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Oklahoma football

Beat Missouri SD 72-45 but it was a rough game! Boys beat up.

We showed up knowing we were playing 6 on 6 BUT we
didn’t know we were playing by 6 man rules until game time!

We survived that. Credit to MSD for playing a tough game!

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Rhode Island soccer

On Saturday, September 15, Rhode Island’s coed soccer team traveled down
to Lexington School for the Deaf in Queens, NY to kick off our 2018
season.

We only brought 9 players and played 8v8 with just one sub– but all nine
of our players played great despite an on-and-off two weeks worth of
practice.

We allowed two goals due to breaking in our young goaltender, but we
settled down very quickly afterwards and played shutdown defense as our
goalie recorded 17 saves.

Our offense slowly came together throughout the game and pieced together
some attacks, but couldn’t convert on any of them. There were a lot of
positives from this game and we look forward to improvements for next
week.

RISD – 0  0  – 0
LSD -  2   0  – 2

RISD Soccer Record: 0-1
Next Game: Tuesday, September 18 vs. West Bay Christian Academy

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Rochester soccer

Historically speaking, RSD always struggles during games with long
commutes. Thursday was a 90 minute haul south of Geneva to face on the
Eagles of Freedom Village, a very consistent team which happens to be in
the A division. However, this year was a new year, our Wildcats are a more
fierce, grittier, experienced team.

Twelve Wildcats arrived poised and ready to endure the scorching heat for
80 consecutive minutes with little to no breaks. With only one sub on the
bench, we knew we would have to be very strategic and smart with our
bodies. We’d have to play our Best Wildcat Soccer to stay in this game.

The Eagles were fortunate to have close to a half dozen of subs to keep
everyone’s legs fresh, and bodies hydrated. We weren’t concerned in the
bit
though, we have endured tougher times than this. RSD is known to love a
good challenge and that was exactly what they gave us.

Right from the first whistle, we knew we would be in for a barn burner.
Both teams playing aggressive right out of the gate. With both teams
playing at a very intense level with the sun blazing on us, we quickly
found out we’re not invincible. A student had to be taken out due to
struggling with the intense heat. Luckily, our one sub, Isaac Perez held
his own and the battle continued on.

Both teams had some great opportunities to score, but RSD’s shots just
couldn’t get on net. They were either wide left, wide right, or just over
the crossbar, leading to many “ooooohs” and “ahhhhhhs” from the hometown
crowd.  Tantalo and Gentzke lead the Wildcats on these precariously close
calls.

25 minutes in, with our midfield caught on our heels, the Eagles
capitalized and were able to earn the first score of the afternoon. They
took this 1 goal lead into intermission, but RSD was quite content on how
the first half went. We quickly went off the field, filled our water
bottles and found the nearest shaded area where we could regroup,
rehydrate, and restrategize for the next 10 minutes. Even though we were
down a goal, the coaching staff was very proud how the team was playing
and
what we were doing on the field. We knew in time one of our shots would
have to find the back of the net. You can’t miss 25 shots without finding
the back of the net, the Laws of Probability won’t allow it to happen.

The second half, we started to outplay the Eagles. We were on their side
of the field the majority of the second half. We were the more conditioned
team. As time went on, the temps started to dip to give us a new
resurgence
of energy. We were spreading the ball out perfectly. Mr. Thomas Coates was
able to unload a few great shots on net, but we just couldn’t find the
back
of the net, just missing our mark.

Tantalo, Gentzke, and Michalek were also firing shots left and right, but
all were missing our target by a mere hair. Shot after shot, we just
couldn’t connect. So many close calls. We didn’t relent though, we kept
pressuring the Eagles. You could sense the fear in our opponents. One
could
hear the fear in the Eagles Coach’s voice. We were on the cusp of tying
this game. I could feel it!!!! 60 minutes in the game, we had 20
legitimate
shots on net. We knew if we kept pressuring them, one is bound to find the
back of the net, it has to!

The hourglass kept emptying while the scoreboard still displayed “O” for
the visitors. The game plan was working to a “T.” Everyone was playing
great, our passes were crisp, our defense was able to bring the ball
upfield with little to no problem, but we just couldn’t finish our shots.
Time was officially not on our side.

However, with two minutes to go, we had a great drive going down the field
with Tantalo and Coates leading the charge. Could this be it? Was this
going to be the drive that ties us the game. We were in prime position to
tie this game up. Our two captains driving down the field with just a
couple defenders that we knew we could beat. Tantalo dishes a sweet pass
to
Coates, who sneaks by his defender. Coates is just outside the box, and is
approaching the net rapidly.  Coates senses another defender on his heels
and knows the shot has to be taken n-o-w! This was our chance. This was
it.

The shot is off. The shot looks like it’s going to sneak inside the far
post. The goalie makes a move to try to save. Could this be it? Is this
the
shot that would silence the raucous crowd and bring pure jubilation to the
entire team of the Wildcats? Do you believe in miracles?!?!?! As the shot
was making it’s way to the far post, one could notice the goalie wouldn’t
make it in time, but was the shot going to sneak in that far post?!?!?! It
was going to be pretty gosh darn close. Even though it was a missile, it
took an eternity to see the result.

Wide left. wide left…..

Just wide by a smidgen. That shot pretty much summed up this game. So
close, but so far. During the last minute, Eagles brought up the ball
quickly and snuck a meaningless goal in.

It was a heartbreaking game, but nothing to be ashamed of. We played
excellent soccer and the Eagles did as well. It was a clean, hard fought
battle with two excellent officials. We now brush it off, and we focus on
the next game. The season isn’t a sprint, but a marathon. We’re improving
with each game and practice. We need to keep our eyes on the prize and
that’s bringing the ESDAA Trophy back to the 585!

Final score:

Eagles: 2
Wildcats: 0

Saves:

Radez (14)

League record: 1-2
Overall record: 1-3

Next game is Tuesday, September 18th against the top team, Rapids A.

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300th career football win delayed

Deaf coach Gary Klingensmith’s quest for his
300th football career coaching win has been
delayed.

His Juniata High School (PA) team was one of
the contenders to make it to the post season
playoffs – but they’re off to a shocking
0-4 start.

Here are the losing scores to date:
0-41
13-20
14-28
20-27 (OT)

In these conference defeats, his team led
at one point in second half but blew each
of them.

he has six regular season games remaining
on the schedule. But playoffs is out of
question since his team is already 0-3
in conference play

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random deafsports thoughts

see above story re Klingensmith, is it
bad luck or is it jinx or lesser talented
players losing games in the second half,
preventing the deaf coach from winning
his 300th career game?

His team was rated in the pre-season as one
of these playoff contenders.

Anyway, just one more win!

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2018/09/11

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DeafDigest Sports – September 11, 2018

barry@deafdigest.com
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Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

– list of this week’s football games; one game cancelled

– football & volleyball & soccer & cross country updates

– random deafsports thoughts (regarding Gallaudet huddle)

DeafDigest Sports collections of the day
– unforgettable football remark
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 9/11/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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

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football games this week

cancelled due to inclement weather
Sep 13 South Carolina at Tennessee

Sep 13 Michigan at Ashley
Sep 13 Florida at Merritt Island Christian
Sep 13 Colorado at Hanover
Sep 13 Washington at Wishkah
Sep 13 Missouri at Oklahoma

Sep 14 Indiana at Anderson Prep
Sep 14 Maryland at Baltimore Friends
Sep 14 Riverside at Windward
Sep 14 Phoenix at Superior
Sep 14 Model at Fremont
Sep 14 Texas hosts St Dominic Savio Catholic
Sep 14 Alabama at Shoal Christian

Sep 15 New Mexico at Wisconsin
Sep 15 Illinois at Christian Life
Sep 15 Carolinas at Louisiana
Sep 15 Mississippi at Georgia
Sep 15 Iowa at Arkansas
Sep 15 Minnesota at Kansas

Notes:
– it may be possible that bad weather may cause game
cancellations/postponements (already one cancellation)

– Some schools are playing their first games of season
this week

– the Missouri/Oklahoma game may be interesting; last
season both teams scored over 100 points, with Oklahoma
getting the win

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American soccer

Our first home soccer game against Central Christian Academy on Friday
night.  Central Christian Academy 4 to 2 American School for the Deaf.

ASD record 0-1

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Fremont sports

We had another great week.  The Volleyball team continued their dominating
fashion with two more sweeps upping their record to 8-1.  They happen to
be on the road for the next two weeks and we wish them the best on these
stretch of games away from the friendly confines of the “Big Gym”.

The Cross Country team had another enjoyable meet at Martinez last weekend
and will play in the challenging BCL East Meet #1 at the beautiful Joaquin
Miller Park in Oakland on Wednesday before being off for the next three
weeks.  Keep soaring, Eagles!

Our Football and Cheerleading team continued to improve their performance
and spirit by reversing the story after losing to George Washington 6-0
last year to a 42-0 win on Friday to improve our record to 4-0.  We are
excited to be hosting the “Clash of the Eagles” game against Model
Secondary School for the Deaf on Friday in what should be an eventful day
as there is Back to School Night from 2-4pm and then International
Studies’ Dingo Night from 4-7pm.  Share away the attached flyer and show
your spirit by attending all of the Friday’s events and then let’s fill
the house with ORANGE and BLACK at the game!

Athlete of the Week: LEVI BISER – The coaches was impressed with this
newcomer on the team’s continued performance improvement.  Levi was able
to shave his time at every practice and meet and it was more notable when
the recent meet’s course was much more difficult.  The Athletic Department
was also impressed with Levi’s positive approach to all students and
staff.  Great job!

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Illinois volleyball

(8/29/18) ISD vs. Jacksonville Routt
1 – 25, 3 – 25lost 0 – 1

(8/30/18) ISD vs. Springfield Calvary
12 – 25, 6 – 25lost 0 – 2

(9/5/18) ISD vs. Meredosia-Chambersburg
13 – 25, 21 – 25lost 0 – 3

(9/6/18) ISD vs. Griggsville-Perry
16 -25, 12 – 25lost 0 – 4

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Indiana volleyball

Lapel
10-25, 8-25, 8-25

7-7 record

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Kansas volleyball

Lady Jackrabbits Volleyball Update:Last night, we played our first home
game against Midland and won the match 3 to 1.  Final Scores:-KSD    25 25
8 25-Midland   22 19 25  17

Player Stats:-Jamaika Jones: 6 aces, 1
kill-Kaylee Wells: 5 aces, 1 kill-Madison Welch: 3 aces, 9 kills, 3
assists-Tiadra Vang: 16 aces, 5 kills, 7 assists

Team Record: 4-1

Next game:
Alta Vista (Thursday)

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Kansas football

On Wednesday, September 5th at 6:00 AM, Kansas School for the Deaf
traveled
to Wisconsin School for the Deaf to play their first Deaf football game of
the season. This 6-man game was on Thursday September 6th. KSD knew
the game would be challenging as they lost five good players from last
year.  KSD also knew that WSD’s talented player, Payne would be a tough
opponent, as he has great speed. Unfortunately, he got hurt and was only
able to play for two plays. KSD beat WSD, 48 to 6!  I am proud of the boys
who played an excellent game.

KSD will play against Minnesota Academy School for the Deaf this Saturday,
September 15.  KSD is looking forward to a challenging game because of
their history with Minnesota!

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Model football

Central Maryland Christian 39

Model Secondary School f/t Deaf 0

Team total offense: 89 yards passing

-12 rushing yards

Offense

Austin Baker- 8 yards rushing 71 passing yards- total 79 yards

Zack D’Angelo- 25 receiving yards,  -5 rushing yards, 18 passing yards-
38 total    yards

Arnold Hatton III- 46 receiving yards, -10 rushing- total 36 yards

Nicholas Barron- 16 receiving yards

Celso Martinez- 10 receiving yards

Gino Riggio- 10 receiving yards

Jahiem McMillian- 4 rushing yards

Dewon Emery – – 7 rushing yards

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Rochester soccer

*Cornerstone: 5*
*RSD: 4*

*Goals:*
*Gentzke (1)*
*Tantalo (2)*
*Michalek (1)*

*Saves:*
*Radez (13) *

*League Record: 0-1*
*Overall record: 0-1 *

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Texas cross country

HS CROSS-COUNTRY RACE SUMMARY for St. Andrew’s CC Meet on Saturday,
September 8, 2018:*

On Friday before the meet, the CC Team gathered for a spaghetti dinner
complete with bread and salad at the HS Girls Dorm Lobby. Runners, Jaida,
Alyssa, and Carmelita helped out with the cooking (Thanks!!!) and all
runners helped with the clean-up. A special thanks to the HS Girls
Residential Staff for having us use the HS Girls Dorm Lobby for the
special
occasion!!!

Yesterday marked out first CC meet of the 2018 Fall Season, running at St.
Andrew’s Episcopal School. This meet is usually our first meet of the
season, 7 girls and 7 boys represented TSD:

Veteran TSD female runners, Jordan L, Anabelle W, and Jaida S, led the
way,
running in the first race of the day, the Girls Varsity 5K. Anabelle
(25:08) and Jaida (25:08) ran neck-to-neck to the finish, both achieving
the same time for the 3.1 mile run. Jordan L (30:44) followed quickly
posting a time of 30:44. All are on par to start the season! Runners
joining the TSD CC Team for the first time this year, ran valiantly, in
the
2-mile JV Girls race, are Asia C (with a time of 21:36), Carmelita Y
(23:01),
Kylie J (23:04), Jessica D (25:41).

Five (5) TSD male runners participated in the Boys JV 5K race. Leading the
way was Zaccaria Stein (25:50), Brody V (26:21), Trei L (27:54), Hawkins M
(27:14). All are new runners, except for veteran Brody V, who ran a good,
first time season race, taking it in stride, setting the stage for faster
runs to come. The others ran strongly, especially in the beginning of the
race as they were all in the top 25-50% of the pack. It was a learning
experience as the runners have come to realize the importance of
“running
evenly” throughout the race as compared to starting out way too fast and
finishing with a sprint. This goes to show that our runners still had much
energy left in the tank, which they’ll learn to use more efficiently by
“running evenly” throughout the 5K distance. Our remaining 3 male
runners
experienced the same when running the 2-mile run of the 5K race, posting
2-mile times were: Gage H (19:47), Luis R. (22:06), Willie H (24:05). They
also showed that they can, too, benefit from “running evenly.” When
this
strategy is utilized, each runner will post new Personal Records (PR’s)
*this
upcoming Saturday, September 15 at Texas Lutheran University.*

A special THANKS to the Rivera Family who treated the team to lunch at
Chik-Fila after the CC Meet!!!! Thank you!!!!

- Coach Nick Bannon

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random deafsports thoughts

The New Yorker magazine ran a long article about
Gallaudet football and the National Anthem.

One small part in the article mentioned the huddle.

The New Yorker reporter emailed DeafDigest Sports
editor few weeks ago, asking for evidence that
Gallaudet invented the huddle.

The reporter was told that in the 1894 season
Gallaudet played and defeated two deaf teams -
New York School for the Deaf and Pennsylvania
School for the Deaf.

It was DeafDigest Sports editor’s opinion that
QB Paul Hubbard created the huddle to prevent
these two deaf teams from stealing the signals
on the line of scrimmage.

The New Yorker reporter wrote that Hubbard
created the huddle during the game.

The big mystery – did Hubbard create the huddle
during the game – or did he had his team
practice the huddle all week prior to the game?

We shall never know!

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Sep
05

2018/09/05

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DeafDigest Sports – September 5, 2018

barry@deafdigest.com
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Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

— football games this week, as revised again

— random deafsports thoughts

— Gallaudet women’s soccer

— volleyball and soccer updates

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/retiring-director-of-deaf-school/

DeafDigest Sports collections of the day
— field hockey, extinct sport in deaf scchools
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 9/5/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

2018 football scores (as of 9/2/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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football games this week – as revised again

Sep 6 Louisiana at Mississippi
postponed – Louisiana campus closed
due to possible Tropical Storm Gordon

Sep 6 New Mexico at Carrizozo
Sep 6 Tennessee at South Carolina
Sep 6 Kansas at Wisconsin

Sep 7 Model hosts Central Maryland Christian
Sep 7 Alabama hosts Jacksonville Christian Academy
Sep 7 Fremont hosts George Washington
Sep 7 Texas hosts Brentwood Christian
Sep 7 Illinois at Milford
Sep 7 Indiana hosts Tindley
Sep 7 Colorado at Manzanola
Sep 7 Riverside hosts United Christian Academy
Sep 7 Phoenix hosts Bowie/San Simon

Sep 8 Maryland hosts Roanoke Ambassadors
Sep 8 Missouri at Arkansas
Sep 8 Oklahoma at Minnesota

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Gallaudet women’s soccer

Bison strike first but fall in double overtime to Notre Dame (Md.)

BALTIMORE – Senior forward Brittany Mallach (Milton, Ontario) scored
Gallaudet University’s first women’s soccer goal of the season here on a
sultry Tuesday afternoon against Notre Dame of Maryland University.

Gallaudet (0-2) lost its lead early in the second half and surrendered the
game-winning goal in the second overtime period as the Gators (2-0)
celebrated a 2-1 victory.

Mallach’s unassisted goal came in the 12th minute of the non-conference
game as the Bison jumped out to an early 1-0 lead over the Gators.

Notre Dame (Md.) chomped back in the second half with a quick goal by
Meghan Conner off an assist from Loren Pardoe just 41 seconds into the new
frame.

The host Gators outshot the Bison 7-3 in the second half but the teams’
defenses were stout as neither team could gain the lead in regulation.

The teams went to overtime and then a second overtime when Conner netted
her second goal on the day to end the game at the 101:53 mark.

Junior goalie Silvya Levesque (Ballston Spa, N.Y.) finished the game with
three saves. Her counterpart, Trinity Pfieffer saved eight of nine shots
on goal, including six straight to end the contest.

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Arkansas volleyball

here are our Volleyball results:

August 21st

ASD 7 14 12
ACA 25 25 25

record 0 -1

AACS Pre- Season Tournament

August 23rd

ASD 13 5
CMA 25 25

Record 0 – 2

August 23rd

ASD 3 10
Community Christian 25 25

Record 0 -3

August 23rd

Columbia 25 25
ASD 9 4

Record 0 – 4

August 23rd

Cornerstone Christian 25 25
ASD 10 8

Record 0-5

August 24th

ASD 7 15
Garrett Memorial 25 25

Record 0-6

August 28th

CMA 25 25 25
ASD 7 12 9

Record 0 – 7

August 29th

OSD 25 25 25
ASD 23 16 21

Record 0 – 8

August 30th

ASD 13 13
Comm Christian 25 25

Record 0 – 9

September 4th

ACA 25 25 25
ASD 11 12 7

Record 0 – 10

September 8th vs Missouri canceled due to Missouri not having enough players at this time.

Next game September 11th at Home against Faulkner Falcon Home school.

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Fremont sports

Today marks the much awaited opening meet for our Cross Country team at
Garin Park and then the team will be right back to the action on Saturday
at Hidden Valley Park.  Good luck to our runners!

CSD Volleyball had a dominating week with both Varsity and JV sweeping two
home games before heading to the Bentley Tournament.  There, CSD finished
in 3rd place with three very impressive wins over bigger schools in
Cloverdale, Bentley, and Marin before losing to Convent of the Sacred
Heart.  The 6-1 squad look forward to our rivalry game with Emery tomorrow
and three weeks of league play before going to the Berkeley tournament to
compete with Division One schools in the end of the month!

As Superintendent Brooke mentioned last weekend, our Cheerleading and
Football team had a great trip to Sacramento representing CSD and bringing
our large communities together.  The game was another hard fought one and
full of spirit.  Thanks to our fans, we played behind our third straight
“home field advantage” and so CSD had our third straight dominating second
half to win 30-2 and go 3-0 for the season!  We are back at home on Friday
and look forward to our much-anticipated rematch with George Washington
High School from San Francisco who beat us 6-0 last year and we need all
of your support!

Athlete of the Week: Andrew Garza, our defensive back is already the
second freshmen who has won this award.  Andrew is doing a great job with
his never complain attitude and willingness to step in any positions that
is needed on the squad.  Andrew certainly stepped in with seven key
tackles, mostly around the edge, preventing a big play!

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Indiana volleyball

from a tweet
Waldron Varsity volleyball gets the win 3-1 over Indiana Deaf!

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Kansas volleyball

Last night we played against Frontier Trail and won our match, 2-0.

Final Score:

KSD: 25, 25

Frontier Trail: 11, 12

Player stats:
-Jamaika Jones: 2 aces, 1 assist
-Katja Grace: 2 aces, 1 kill
-Madison Welch: 5 aces, 2 kills
-Tiadra Vang: 5 aces, 1 kill, 4 assists, 1 dig
-Ravin Greene: 3 aces
-Kaylee Wells: 7 aces, 1 kill

Record 2-1.

Next game: Wisconsin

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Model volleyball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Volleyball

Volleyball

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

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 0

Covenant Life School: 3

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Model football

Eastern Shore Home Schools               38

Model Secondary School for the Deaf   22

Offense

Zack D’Angelo- 133 total yards (35 yards kick off return, 44 receiving
yards, 54 rushing yards)

Nicholas Barron- 89 total yards (50 receiving yards, 39 yards kick off
return)

Arnold Hatton III- 72 total yards (24 rushing yards, 48 receiving yards)

Celso Martinez- 61 total yards (61 receiving yards)

David McNichol- 56 total yards (8 rushing yards, 48 receiving yards)

Austin Baker- 291 total yards (251 passing yards, 40 rushing yards)

Gino Riggio- 12 total yards (12 receiving yards)

Dewon Emery- 7 total yards (7 rushing yards)

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Model soccer

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Soccer

Soccer

Date: Tuesday, September 4, 2018 at 5:15 PM

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 0

Berman Hebrew Academy: 4

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Western Pennsylvania soccer

We travelled to Redeemer-Lutheran for our league game -

We won, 7-1, evening our record (both league and overall) to 1-1-0.

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South Carolina volleyball

SCSDB volleyball result

Calhoun falls 23 25 25 25
SCSDB 25 12 8 14

0-4

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random deafsports thoughts

a football coach and DeafDigest Sports were talking
about the future of football at deaf schools.

The future is worrisome. There have been schools that
dropped down from 11 man to 8 man and then 6 man
and then no team at all.

Just hope the pendulum swings back in favor of deaf
schools football.
 

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