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Oct
22

2017/10/22

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DeafDigest Sports – October 22, 2017

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

— football scores

— ESDAA-II soccer updates

— Gallaudet results

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Deaf Schools won-lost records

http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/
(10/21/17 updates)

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

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— past NFL team vs deaf team in a football game
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/gallaudet-volleyball-team-farewell/

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Thursday football scores
Kansas 60 Iowa 20

St Patrick Catholic 51 Michigan 14
MMK 66 Washington 32

Friday’s football scores
Maryland 32 Landmark Christian 20

Howe 22 Indiana 6 (sectionals, first round(    

New Mexico 78 Oklahoma 26

late score
Fremont 44 Culver 14

Saturday scores
Antonito 58 Colorado 25
KIPP College Prep 54 Model 0

Alabama 26 Florida 25
Carolinas 54 South Carolina 46
Riverside 58 Phoenix 22

scores not available
Oct 21 Texas at St Joseph Catholic
Oct 21 Georgia at Louisiana
Oct 21 Wisconsin at Missouri

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ESDAA-II soccer

Below are the results for day 2 of the ESDAA 8V8 soccer tournament hosted
by St. Mary’s in Buffalo NY.

Saturday, Oct. 21st

9:00 Pool B Rome (1)vs. New Jersey (1)

10:00 Pool B SMSD(7) vs. West Virginia (1)

11:00 Game 1  Rochester (2) vs. New Jersey (0)

12:00 Game 2 PSD/MN (3) vs. SMSD (0)

1:00 Game 3 Rhode Island (0) vs. NYSSD/Rome (1) 5th/6th

2:00 Game 4 New Jersey (0) vs. St. Mary’s (1) 3rd/4th
3:00 Game 5 Championship-PSD/MN (4) vs. Rochester (0)

Tournament Results

Champions: Pennsylvania/Millneck

2nd Place: Rochester

3rd Place: St. Mary’s

4th Place: New Jersey

5th Place: NYSSD/Rome

6th Place: Rhode Island

7th Place: West Virginia

Team Sportsmanship: West Virginia

Team Shooting Champions: St. Mary’s

Individual Shooting Champion: Jonathan Allen/St. Mary’s 7pts…13.91 sec

All-Stars

1.Nasir Ford/Pennsylvania

2.Jacob Cross/Pennsylvania

3.Noel Rodriguez/Millneck

4.Bode Aggas/Rochester

5.Courtney Gentzke/Rochester

6.Nick Barrus/St. Mary’s

7.Isa Habeeb/St. Mary’s

8.Naim Webb/New Jersey

9. Evan Hawkins/NYSSD Rome

10.Timothy Jallah

                                     11.Myriah Saville/West Virginia

Tom Berry MVP Nasir Ford/Pennsylvania

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Gallaudet women’s soccer

GU weathers a storm of shots in shutout loss to Keuka

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University women’s soccer team were shutout,
5-0, here Saturday afternoon at Hoy Field against Keuka College in a North
Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) contest on homecoming.

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Gallaudet men’s soccer

Gallaudet ruins Keuka’s shutout bid with penalty kick goal

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University men’s soccer team dropped a 5-1
decision to Keuka College in a North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC)
game here Saturday on Hoy Field during homecoming.

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Gallaudet football

Bison come up short against defending ECFC champion on homecoming

WASHINGTON – It was a nip-and-tuck first half of football between
Gallaudet University and Husson University as the Bison hung tough with
the three-time defending Eastern Collegiate Football Conference (ECFC)
champions. In the second half, the visiting Eagles pulled away en route to
a 48-21 victory Saturday afternoon before 3,169 sun-drenched homecoming
fans at Hotchkiss Field.

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Alabama football

ASD 26 FSDB 25 in 2nd overtime

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Florida football

The score was 25 to 26. We lost to Alabama School for the Deaf. It was
overtime twice., We battled an exciting and tough game. It was a
certainly a classic game. It was a tough loss but we played our hearts
to battle against ASD. I am my hat to my awesome FSDB Dragons players
and Paul Kulick’s team. Again, it was a classic especially Deaf school
vs. Deaf school!

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Maryland volleyball

*MIAC Semifinals *
Maryland lost to MACA, 0-3
Scores: 24-26, 20-25, 15-25
Record: 20-13-3

Stats
Cara Bielukce
2 kills, 2 digs

Milana Bielucke
2 assists, 6 digs

Lexi Bullock
8 digs

Rajena Guettler
6 kills, 1 block, 11 digs

Hanna Johnston-Shaw
8 digs

Meghan Luebehusen
1 block, 4 digs

Cassidy Perry
8 kills, 3 blocks,3 digs

Freya Seremeth
1 kill, 1 block, 10 assists, 2 digs

MIAC Varsity All-Tournament Team
Cassidy Perry

*MIAC Finals*
Maryland JV beat MACA, 2-1
Scores: 20-25, 25-23, 15-8
Record: 21-1-1

MIAC JV All Tournament Team
Ashlynn Cohen – MVP
Cha’Risa Reins
Ariella Zfati

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Model football

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Football

Football

Date: Saturday, October 21, 2017 at 2:00 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 0

KIPP DC: College Prep.: 54

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Model volleyball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Volleyball

Volleyball

Date: Friday, October 20, 2017 at 5:30 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 0

King Abdullah Academy: 3

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Ohio soccer

Ohio Soccer at ESDAA in Massachusetts

10/20/17
OSD vs Lexington
In regulation play, it was 0-0 and we lost to Lexington 2-0 in a shootout.

OSD vs American
It was 0-0 again in regulation play that forced a shootout. We ended up
losing again 2-1.

10/21/17
OSD vs Fanwood for 5th place
OSD 4, Fanwood 1

Season Record: 8-4
End of Soccer Season

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Phoenix sports

We went up to California SD Riverside to play them in volleyball and
football.

We lost to them in VB, 3-0 (14-25, 4-25, 7-25). Now 3-14.

Next up: vs North Phoenix Prep, Tuesday.

We lost to them in football, 58-22. We were in the game in the first half,
down 22-14.  But, they owned 2nd half.   Great game.  Season is done!

Kudos to Riverside Coach Adams having to change from 11-man to 8-man
format in a short time and they played very well.

Thanks to our seniors for their contribution and commitment to Phoenix
football program.

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Rochester soccer

RSD travelled to Buffalo for the ESDAA Division II Soccer Tournament. 7
teams converged at SMSD vying for their chance to take home the 1st place
trophy. In the end, only one school could come out victorious.

In pool play, RSD played incredible soccer and went on to win 4-0, 5-0,
respectively to PSD/MN and RI.

In the Semi-finals, we took on NJSD who gave us some struggle early on,
but
we finally found our groove again and we were able to get that first goal
to take a 1-0 lead. In the second half, we added one more which sealed the
deal and we ended winning with a score of 2-0. That victory put us into
the
Championship game against PSD/Millneck who just came off an incredible win
against SMSD.

The Championship game was all set to be a battle for the ages. Even though
we defeated them earlier on Friday, we knew they were going to give us a
challenge. After playing us twice already this season, they were very
knowledgeable of our strengths and weaknesses. It’s extremely difficult
win
against a team 3 times in a row.

PSD/MN made some adjustments and came out in a 4-3 formation which we were
all prepared for when the game started. Early on, each team had some great
opportunities to *draw blood *(1st goal) first, but no team could find the
back of the net. Every coach knows the importance of that 1st goal in a
championship game. Each team was battling to be the first to notch a goal.
Both teams had solid defenses and were doing a great job keeping the ball
out of the net.

However, little past midway of the first half, their #24 was in a foot
race
with our Thomas Coates as he was able to sneak by our defense to get into
a
1 on 1 situation with our goalie. With Coates on his heels, he was rushed
to get a shot off, but his shot was just able to sneak past through the
outstretched hands of our goalie. PSD/MN went on to take a 1-0 lead into
halftime.

During intermission, the coaching staff stressed the importance of
positivity, creating and finishing opportunities, and we made some
adjustments in our formation to allow for more speed up top. We were
poised
and confident we could bounce back. RSD Wildcats knew it just takes one
goal to change the *entire dynamics* of the game. However, PSD/MN were
just
as determined and hungry to maintain their own lead.

During the second half, PSD/MN failed to sit back and watch. They played
with the same aggressiveness/urgency during the start of the game. Even
though we had our opportunities, they were tough opportunities. We failed
to find the back of the net on each try and PSD/MN went on to become the
2017 ESDAA Division II Soccer Champions.

They were the better team that game, playing a very well-coached game, and
I tip my hat to the PSD/MN players as well as the coaching staff.
Congratulations PSD/MN, it was a well deserved win for your schools.

Final Score
PSD/MN: 4
RSD: 0

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South Carolina football

We lost to Carolinas School for the Deaf today by 54-46
 

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Oct
21

2017/10/21

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DeafDigest Sports – October 21, 2017

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

— today’s football games

— Friday football scores

— ESDAA-I & ESDAA-II soccer updates

— Sportsman & Sportswoman of Year honors

— Gallaudet volleyball

— controversy in Great Plains football

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Deaf Schools won-lost records

http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

(10/21/17 updates)

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

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— past NFL team vs deaf team in a football game
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/gallaudet-volleyball-team-farewell/

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Thursday football scores
Kansas 60 Iowa 20

St Patrick Catholic 51 Michigan 14
MMK 66 Washington 32

Friday’s football scores
Maryland 32 Landmark Christian 20

Howe 22 Indiana 6 (sectionals, first round(   

New Mexico 78 Oklahoma 26

today’s football games
Oct 21 Model at KIPP College Prep (next to Gallaudet campus)
Oct 21 Texas at St Joseph Catholic
Oct 21 Alabama at Florida
Oct 21 Carolinas at South Carolina
Oct 21 Phoenix at Riverside
Oct 21 Georgia at Louisiana
Ocr 21 Wisconsin at Missouri
Oct 21 Fremont at Arete Prep
Oct 21 Colorado hosts Antonito

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controversy in Great Plains football

Last year Great Plains football coaches voted
to play 6 man football, because of dwindling
numbers in some member schools.

Problem is that some play 8 man football against
hearing opponents and are not used to 6 man football

And there was a misunderstanding – some Great Plains
games are 6-man with 8 man rules and some are
6-man with 6 man rules!

With 6-man rules, quarterback must pitch out,
cannot hand off the ball, and everyone on the
line are eligible receivers

With 8-man rules, it basically is 11-man
football (5 man offensive line and 3 man backfield)

And for the question of blow outs, in some states
games end when a team leads by 45 points; in other
states games continue to the final second!

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ESDAA-I soccer (11 x 11)

Eastern Schools for the Deaf Athletic Association (ESDAA) Division 1
Soccer Tournament at Marie Philip School @ The Learning Center for the
Deaf -

Game 1 – American School for the Deaf (ASD) 1 Lexington School for the
Deaf (LSD) 0

Game 2 – Western PA School for the Deaf (WPSD) 1 New York School for the
Deaf (NYSD) 0

Game 3 – LSD 1 Ohio School for the Deaf (OSD) 0 –> LSD won in shoot-out,
2-1

Game 4 – Marie Philip School (MPS) 4 NYSD 0

Game 5 – ASD 1 OSD 0 –> ASD won in shoot-out, 2-1

Game 6 – WPSD 1 MPS 0 –> WPSD won in shoot-out, 2-1

Pool Play Standings -

Pool A -

  *   1st Place – ASD
  *   2nd Place – LSD
  *   3rd Place – OSD

Pool B -

  *   1st Place – WPSD
  *   2nd Place – MPS
  *   3rd Place – NYSD

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Saturday, October 21

  *   9:30 am – Game 1 – LSD vs. WPSD
  *   10:30 am – Game 2 – MPS vs. ASD
  *   11:30 am – Game 3 – OSD vs. NYSD
  *   12:30 pm – Losers of 9:30 am and 10:30 games play for 3rd place
  *   1:45 pm – Winners of 9:30 and 10:30 games play for the title

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ESDAA-II soccer

St. Mary’s is hosting the ESDAA 8 v 8 Tournament this weekend in Buffalo
NY.

Here are the results/scores from today’s games.  Play resumes tomorrow at
9am.  Pool B results will be decided after the SMSD vs West Virginia game
is finished.

Friday, Oct. 20th

11:00 Pool B SMSD (3) vs. Rome(0)

12:00 Pool A RSD(4)vs. PSD/MN (0)

1:00 Pool B New Jersey(8) vs. West Virginia (1)

2:00 Pool A PSD/MN(3) vs. Rhode Island(1)

3:00 Pool B Rome(7) vs. West Virginia (2)

4:00 Pool A RSD(6) vs. Rhode Island (0)

5:00 Pool B SMSD(1) vs. New Jersey (0)

Saturday, Oct. 21st

9:00 Pool B Rome vs. New Jersey

10:00 Pool B SMSD vs. West Virginia

11:00 Game 1  Rochester vs. Pool B 2

12:00 Game 2 PSD/MN vs. Pool B 1

1:00 Game 3 Rhode Island vs Pool B3 for 5th/6th

2:00 Game 4 Loser Game 1 vs. Loser Game 2 for 3rd/4th
3:00 Game 5 Championship-Winner game 1 vs Winner Game 2

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Gallaudet volleyball

Trio of seniors honored on Senior Day during homecoming
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wvball/2017-18/releases/recap_scrlvc

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Indiana football

Indianapolis Howe 22
Indiana Deaf       6

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Marie Philip volleyball

DATE: Friday October 20, 2017
LOCATION: Dexter Southfield, Brookline, MA
RESULT: Dexter Southfield 3, Marie Philip 2 (25-21, 22-25, 17-25, 25-19,
15-13)

STATS
Sabrina Rodrigues (10th) – 3 aces, 11 kills, 2 assists, 2 digs, 4
receptions, and 6 service points
Shayla Rochette (9th) – 8 aces, 4 kills, 2 digs, 6 receptions, and 15
service points
Zora Elliott-Mendelsohn (8th) – 3 kills, 18 assists, and 11 service points
Chloe Martin (6th) – 1 ace, 1 dig, and 5 service points
Christine Vargas (12th) – 6 receptions and 6 service points
Norma Aldana (12th) – 1 kill and 12 service points
Samantha Fernsebner (7th) – 1 kill

REPORT
Today the Marie Philip Lady Ghosts visited Dexter Southfield for a
non-league NEPSAC match.  We tried out an updated playbook seem to like
the new changes.  We lost the first set as we were still adjusting to the
playbook.  However, we enjoyed two strong set victories to lead 2-1.  The
Lady Ghosts continued to demonstrate great effort and good spirit in the
fourth set, but ambitious errors piled up and one of our starters was
feeling very unwell.  Dexter was able to force a tiebreaking fifth set. 
We started it very well, but Dexter wanted the victory very badly and they
were able to overcome a 13-12 deficit to get the ball back and get us to
error twice to win 15-13.

Today was only Dexter’s third win of the season, and last year they lost
to us in 5 sets on a heartbreaking net error.  Their girls were
understandably very excited and proud after the match had ended.  Our Lady
Ghosts did an equally good job today and they had much more fun as a team
than in our previous two losses this week, which is more important than
any win, loss, or playoff implication.  Our final two regularly scheduled
matches will be for Homecoming tomorrow in an exhibition match against the
American School for the Deaf, and an away league match at the Cambridge
School of Weston on Monday.  Our record is now 18-11.

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Msryland football

MSD (7-1) – 32
Landmark (5-3) – 20

LC            6      8     6       0     20
MSD        0      6      20    6    32

Scoring Summary
L – Miles 3yd run (PAT blocked)
M – Werner, Jo 26yd run (Run failed)
L – Miles 8yd run (Run good)
M – Werner, Jo 2yd run (Run failed)
M – Werner, Jo 2yd run (Werner, Jo run)
M – Perry 4yd run (Pass failed)
L -  Moore 9yd run (Run failed)
M – Long 96yd interception return (Run failed)

Individual Stats
Rushing:
John Werner, Jr.: 15-96; 3 TDS
Eric Long: 9-44
Maurice Braxton: 10-41

Passing:
Rory Lewis: 1-4-1; 39 yards

Receiving:
Brady Perry: 1-39

John Werner, Jr. led the team with 17 tackles each.

Total Yards :
MSD: 243 yards (204 rushing/39 passing)
Landmark: 370 yards (235 rushing/135 passing)

Next week, we will play against Capital Christian Academy on Saturday,
October 28th at 2pm (Home).

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Oklahoma football

New Mexico beat us 78-26

we had four players out due to injury

we had to play 6-man football that we did not expect
and we never practiced 6-man football

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St Mary’s volleyball

The lady Bisons took on Global charter at home again last night in one of
the longest games these girls have ever played. Just like earlier this
year, both teams were very evenly matched and had to fight for each point.
We ended up playing a full five sets to determine the winners with three
of the five going past 25 points. Because they normally only play three
sets, the girls became a little winded during the fourth set and fell
behind in the fourth set but they rallied in the end and were able to pull
out wins in 3 out of the five sets to win the match. Kioney Alvira-Juardo
and Elise Watson led the team with 22 service points followed closely by
Julia Bronneberg with 13. Cameron Cole provided some much needed cover at
the net and Alyeshka Rivera and Emma Foster each helped claim some key
points during the game. Congratulations goes out to all of our players as
they really did show how well they can do when they work together. Next
Tuesday is your last chance to see these g
irls in action before they leave for the ESDAA tournament. Please try to
come and cheer on our girls.

Set scores
24-26
26-24
26-24
13-25
15-13

Season record
3-11

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West Virginia cross country

part of newspaper story

Elkins to host regional cross country championships Thursday

The girls race will get underway at 1 p.m., followed by the boys at 1:45
p.m. Team set to compete are Braxton, Bridgeport, Clay-Battelle,
Doddridge, East Hardy, Elkins, Gilmer, Harman, Lewis, Liberty Harrison,
Lincoln, Moorefield, Notre Dame, Pendleton, Pickens, Roane, Robert C.
Byrd, South Harrison, Trinity Christian, Tucker, Tygarts Valley, Union and
the West Virginia School for the Deaf. The region will qualify the top
three girls teams and top four boys

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Sportsman & Sportswoman of Year honors

from a magaine

Congratulations go to Kaylin Yost and Matthew Klotz as they
are named USA Deaf Sports Federation’s Sportswoman and Sportsman
of 2017.

Klotz is a top flight swimmer

Yost is a top flight golfer
 

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Oct
20

2017/10/20

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DeafDigest Sports – October 20, 2017

Hot DeafSports News at:
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— upcoming football games

— Thursday football scores

— soccer updates

— volleyball updates

— Gallaudet football honor

— Gallaudet homecoming

— Indiana football sectional clarification

— FLASH NEWS – ESDAA-I soccer

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Deaf Schools won-lost records

http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/
(10/20/17 updates)

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

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— former NFL coach coached deaf football players
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/football-coach-and-quarterback/

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FLASH NEWS

American just defeated Lexington 1-0 in ESDAA-I soccer

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Thursday football scores
Kansas 60 Iowa 20

St Patrick Catholic 51 Michigan 14
MMK 66 Washington 32

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

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

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Gallaudet homecoming

Gallaudet athletics ready for busy 2017 homecoming weekend
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/news/2017-18/homecoming17

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Gallaudet quarterback in New York Times story

The origin of the huddle appears to date to the 1890s, when it was first
used by players at a school for the deaf, Gallaudet University, where
quarterbacks had been communicating to teammates using sign language.

Because both teams in games were often from schools for the
hearing-impaired, the opposition could easily discern the coming play call
by watching the quarterback’s hands.

Gallaudet quarterback Paul Hubbard’s solution was to summon teammates
into a huddle that shielded his team’s intentions. The practice spread
throughout football, especially as teams left behind primitive, run-only
schemes for more sophisticated formations that included forward passes.

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Gallaudet football

Gallaudet’s Darrion Green named ECFC Rookie of the Week

MARSHFIELD, Mass. – The Eastern Collegiate Football Conference (ECFC)
announced its weekly honors for the week of Oct. 16 and Gallaudet
University freshman slot Darrion Green (DeSoto, Texas) was selected as the
Rookie of the Week after a strong Saturday running the ball against Alfred
State College.

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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. 16 and Gallaudet University swept the honors. Senior Darriyan Thomas
(Vallejo, Calif.) earned her third Women’s Volleyball Player of the Week
this season while junior Shua Clay (Pembroke Pines, Fla.) was picked as
the Women’s Volleyball Defensive Player of the Week for the first time in
her career.

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Alabama volleyball

Mason Dixon Tournament
Pool Play
Tennessee 2  Alabama 0
Georiga 2  Alabama 0
Alabama 2  South Carolina 0

Tournamnet
Florida 2  Alabama 0
Alabama 2  Virginia
Alabama 2  Louisiana 0
Georgia 2  Alabama 0

Winterboro 3  Alabama 2
Vincent 3  Alabama 0

Next match: Area Volleyball Tournament (10/23)

Season record: 7 – 25

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American soccer

American School for the Deaf Soccer team lost to one of the tough
opponent, Cornerstone Christian Academy.  We were tired from the day
before game.  ASD 1-5 Cornerstone.  ASD record 8-3-1.  We are excited and
ready for ESDAA soccer tournament this weekend at MPS.

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Delaware volleyball

Delaware Volleyball

DSD vs. Aquinas Academy JV

DSD 25  Aquinas JV 17
DSD 23  Aquinas JV 25
DSD 25  Aquinas JV 23
DSD 26  Aquinas JV 24

Won 3-1

Season Record 11-3

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Fremont football

newspaper playoff talk

Division V: California School for the Deaf in Fremont has a reasonable
shot. It’s 3-3 thus far. St. Patrick-St. Vincent from the Tri-County
Athletic League is a slam-dunk.

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Georgia volleyball

     We are very proud of our Lady Tigers. They won 3rd place at the 30th
Mason Dixon Tournament this weekend at the Mississippi School for the
Deaf. We finished with a 5-3 record including pool play.
     We defeated, South Carolina, Louisiana, Alabama ( twice), Tennessee .
We lost in close matches to the 1st place team Mississippi and the 2nd
place team Florida, the other loss was to Tennessee in pool play.
     We also had Chynah Johnson make the All-Tournament Team.
     With their wonderful team work this team is the first GSD team to
ever place in the tournament. And Chynah is only the second GSD player
ever to make the All-Tournament Team(behind Brittney Daughtry ’07)
 
Congrats!!!!!! To our young ladies and their coaches. Go Lady Tigers!!!!!
 
Season finished final record 12-16-0 

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Indiana football

correction with an apology to the Indiana football program

Yesterday’s DeafDigest Sports thought it was a long time
ago when Indiana won a sectional football playoff game.

Actually it was two years ago.

note:
In Indiana, all teams, regardless of their records,
compete in post-season sectionals. Win, and season
continues. Lose, season ends!

In other states, better teams qualify for playoffs,
not that so in Indiana.

This is why Indiana is unique.

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Iowa football

We lost to Kansas School for the Deaf this afternoon, 60-20.  We made too
many mistakes in the first quarter, and allowed KSD to race out to a 40-0
lead.  The clock ran the rest of the game from that point.  The turnover
bug bit us again, as we gave away five turnovers, including three
interceptions.

Layne Guerrero led us again, with 19 carries for 116 yards, and was 9 of
12
passing for 57 yards and three interceptions.  Guerrero had two rushing
touchdowns, and one passing touchdown.  Jayden Kohl again led us in
receiving, with six receptions for 60 yards, and the lone passing
touchdown.  We only totaled 175 yards on offense, as KSD just simply had
speed that we could not counter.

Defensively, we did not do well with tackling, only totaling 18 as a team,
12 unassisted.  Again, Guerrero led us with five unassisted tackles.

Score by quarters:

KSD-40-14-0-6=60
ISD-0-8-6-6=20

We have one last game, travelling to Faribault, Minnesota, to take on the
Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf, next Saturday, October 28th.

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Kansas volleyball

KSD vs. ISD

25-23
25-10
25-15

Last night we played Iowa School for the Deaf.  Won the match 3-0 to notch
our 20th win of the year!

Player Stats:

Cierra Sherwood: 5 aces, 3 kills
Jamiaka Jones: 2 aces
Katja Grace: 1 ace, 4 kills
Kaylee Wells: 5 aces
Madison Welch: 1 ace, 11 kills, 1 block
Tiadra Vang: 6 aces, 10 assists

Next match: GPAC tournament (Next Tuesday/Wednesday).  End of season league
tournament.

Record 20-10

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Kentucky Volleyball

45th District Volleyball game at Danville High School:
KSD 1A  0 (19 ÿÿ 6 ÿÿ 21)
Danville HS 2A  3 (25-25-25)

The season is over with the final record of 9 and 22.

I am very proud of our girls. They never gave up on me.  All the games
that we won over were Deaf schools. We didnÿÿt win any over hearing
teams this year.  Overall, I think this season was good. Some games we
should have won butÿÿ Next year it will be a very young and rebuilding
team. It will be a fun challenge for me.

Keaura Davis got an All-District Player award!

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland beat John Carroll, 3-0
Scores: 25-12, 25-8, 25-13
Record: 20-12-3

Stats
Cara Bielukce
2 blocks

Milana Bielucke
1 assist, 4 digs, 1 ace

Lexi Bullock
2  digs

Alyssa Glennon
1 kill, 2 assists

Rajena Guettler
11 kills, 1 assist, 3 blocks,  6 digs, 2 aces

Sierra Herzig-Wilcox
1 kill

Hanna Johnston-Shaw
7 digs

Meghan Luebehusen
1 dig

Cassidy Perry
14 kills, 1 assist, 1 block, 3 digs, 2 aces

Freya Seremeth
2 kills, 24 assists, 1 block, 5 digs, 1 ace

Maryland JV beat John Carroll, 2-1
Scores: 23-25, 25-20, 15-13
Record: 20-1-1

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Michigan football

We, the Michigan football Tartars travelled to St. Patrick’s catholic
school with our Dirty 8 players. We played full four quarters at halftime
we were down by 12 points with score of 26 to 14 and the final score was
51
to 14.. our offense players were Dewon Emory with 315 rushing yards which
meets his 1000 rushing yard mark.. Congratulations Dewon his total for the
season ended up 1199 rush yards and has 10 rushing yard touchdown for the
season. He also scored a rushing touchdown and a 2 point conversion. Our
other offense player of the game was Aaron Richards with 80 rush yards and
a touchdown. Defense player of the game was Aaron Richards with 17 tackles
and 8 assists, Dewon Emory with 11 tackles and 7 assists and Jason thoune
with 11 tackles and 7 assists. This wraps up our season on a great note..
we finished our season with a team that displayed great sportsmanship even
when we only have 8 players and being beat by a large margin.

We the coaches has enjoyed being with this team though this journey.. we
will miss our following seniors who are departing our team.. Jayce
Williams, Jimaz Stanley-Tate, and Aaron Richards..

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Ohio Soccer

10/17/17

West Virginia cancelled its trip to Ohio giving us a forfeit win. We are
currently 7-2 heading to ESDAA Tournament in Framingham, MA.

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Phoenix football

How football at Phoenix School for the Deaf helps students grow

But after growing accustomed to the hushed warm-ups and stretching, it’s
largely the same. Football is football, and Phoenix Day School for the
Deaf plays the game the same way as any other 1A high school –
eight-on-eight, on an 80-yard field.

full story at:
http://www.azcentral.com/story/sports/high-school/2017/10/19/how-football-phoenix-school-deaf-helps-students-grow/738688001/

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Phoenix volleyball

Lost to Duncan at home, 3-0 (15-25, 23-25, 11-25). Now 3-13.

Next up: at CSD-Riverside, Saturday.

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Texas volleyball

Brentwood 18 25 19 25 15
TSD             25 19 25 19 11

We finished our regular season at 33-10-1
We will play Houston Northland for state playoff. Date to be determined soon..

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Washington sports

WSD Volleyball Scores: 10/19

WSD 3 vs. Fort Vancouver 1

WSD 25 – FTV 17
WSD 25 – FTV 19
FTV 27 – WSD 25
WSD 25 – FTV 19

League Record 0-5 – Overall Record: 3-6

Next Game: @ Columbia Adventist – Tuesday, October 24

WSD Football Score: 10/19

WSD 32 @ Mary M. Knight 66

League: 1-3 – Overall Record: 2-4

Next Game: Thursday, October 26 @ Taholah – 5:00pm
 

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DeafDigest Sports – October 18, 2017

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

— upcoming football games

— volleyball updates

— Gallaudet updates

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Deaf Schools won-lost records

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Gallaudet women’s soccer

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

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Gallaudet men’s soccer

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

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Mason Dixon volleyball results

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

championship final
Mississippi  2
Florida      1

20-25, 25-18, 15-7

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American volleyball

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

Our record is 4-7.

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American soccer

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

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Arkansas volleyball

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

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Kansas volleyball

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

Final scores:

18-25
13-25
25-20

Player stats:

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

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Marie Philip volleyball

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

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

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

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

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

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Maryland volleyball

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

Stats
Cara Bielukce
1 kill, 1 assist

Milana Bielucke
2 digs

Lexi Bullock
2 kills, 1 dig

Rajena Guettler
6 kills, 4 aces

Sierra Herzig-Wilcox
1 dig, 2 aces

Hanna Johnston-Shaw
2 digs

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

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

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

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Michigan volleyball

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

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Model volleyball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Volleyball

Volleyball

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

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 3

Field School: 0

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Rochester volleybsll

Game 20

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

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

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

Game 21

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

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

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

Record: 12-9

Next game vs Destiny tomorrow at 4 pm

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Rochester soccer

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

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

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

Final Score:

RSD: 2
Hope Hall: 2

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

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Texas football

from a newspaper story

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

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

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

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

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

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Texas girls’ basketball

newspaper pre-season rankings

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

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Texas volleyball

TSD      25  25  25
Geneva 15  23  18

Texas Record 33-9-1
District 12-1

Next game, vs Brentwood #1 in District

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Washington volleyball

WSD Volleyball Scores: 10/17

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

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

Next Game: vs. Fort Vancouver Thursday, October 19
 

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DeafDigest Sports – October 14, 2017

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

— today’s football games

— yesterday’s football scores

— Gallaudet volleyball

— Rochester soccer

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Deaf Schools won-lost records

http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/
(10/14/17 updates)

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

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football score Tuesday
Kansas 68 Illinois 0

football scores Wednesday
Carolinas 34 Louisiana 28

Fountain Inn Christian 54 South Carolina 22

Thursday’s football scores
Mississippi 46 Oklahoma 0

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

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

late Thursday score
Oakville 87 Washington 16

Friday’s football scores
Maryland 46 Kingsman 6

Brilliant 26 Alabama 22
Brazos Christian 21 Texas 20

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

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Gallaudet volleyball

GU rallies to defeat Penn St.-Abington, snap losing streak

WASHINGTON – After it dropped the first set, Gallaudet University came
back to sweep the next sets and defeat Penn St.-Abington, 3-1, in a North
Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) South Division women’s volleyball
showdown here Friday night. The Bison were decked out in their pink
uniforms as they participated in the American Volleyball Coaches
Association (AVCA) Dig Pink Night to raise awareness and funds for cancer
research.

Gallaudet (12-12, 4-2 NEAC) bounced back from a 20-25 first set loss to
win a tight second set by five points, 25-20, before putting away Penn
St.-Abington (9-12, 3-2 NEAC) in the third and fourth sets, 25-10 and
25-17. The win snaps a three-match losing streak for the Bison, who enter
a critical conference weekend in the Field House.

Senior outside hitter Darriyan Thomas (Vallejo, Calif.) led the Bison with
13 kills, 10 digs and a career best eight service aces. Sophomore Adele
Daniels (Austin, Texas) added nine kills, 16 assists, four digs, three
aces and two block assists in the win.

The Bison had a season-high 19 aces in the win. Freshman Brynn Schmidt
(Bozeman, Mont.) served up four aces to go with two block assists and
three kills.

Penn St.-Abington was led by Cori Watson’s eight kills, nine digs, 13
assists and two aces.

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Maryland football

MSD (6-1) – 46
Kingsman (2-4) – 6

KA            6      0     0     0    6
MSD        8     30    8    0    46

Scoring Summary
K – Nelson 9yd run (Run failed)
M – Long 45yd run (Long run)
M – Long 11yd run (Braxton run)
M – Braxton 10yd run (Werner, Jo run)
M – Werner, Jo 16yd run (Run failed)
M – Werner, Ja 19yd pass from Lewis (Werner, Jo run)
M – Long 29yd run (Werner, Jo run)

Individual Stats
Rushing:
Eric Long: 13-186; 3 TDs
Maurice Braxton: 9-102; 1 TD
John Werner: 13-63; 1 TD

Passing:
Rory Lewis: 4-5-1; 38 yards; 1 TD

Receiving:
Jason Werner: 1-19; 1 TDs
John Werner: 2-10

John Werner, Jr.and Stefan Anderson led the team with 8 tackles each.
Kingsman Academy decided to end the game after 3rd quarter.

Total Yards :
MSD: 412 yards (374 rushing/38 passing)
Kingsman: 3 yards (70 rushing/3 passing)

Next week, we will play against Landmark Christian (Cincinnati, Ohio) on
Friday, October 20th at 7pm (Away).

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Rochester soccer

Team RSD travelled to Rome to participate in their annual International
Friendship Tournament. In our first game, we joined up with Millneck/PSD
to
take on the two Canadian Teams.

Team USA decided to split the half into two quarters. During the first
“quarter,” Millneck/PSD would play as a team against Team Canada, and RSD
would play the last twenty minutes.

When it was RSD’s opportunity to enter the game, we were down 2-1. RSD
came
out aggressive and hungry as always. Even though Team Canada had three
highly talented players, we were a much more rounded team, allowing us to
move the ball much better. As a result, we were able to quickly score on a
free kick to tie the game 2-2. Late in the half, we were also afforded a
penalty kick. Isaac Perez gave us a 3-2 lead into halftime.

As discussed, RSD was going to start on the field against Team Canada for
the first twenty minutes. Our forward, Isaac Perez was able to capitalize
on a deflected ball inside the box and find the back of the net. Also,
with
just a few minutes left for us on the field, we capitalized on another
free
kick. It was Bode Aggas who made a beautiful goal outside the 18′ that
found the far post corner.

Even though PSD/Millneck alloweded one goal during their time, we built a
big enough cushion to hang on to win 5-3 against Team Canada. It was a
great match by all the American Teams.

Final Score:
RSD/PSD/MN: 5
Team Canada: 3

Goals:
Aggas (2)
Perez (2)

Overall record: 6-4-1
 

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13

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DeafDigest Sports – October 13, 2017

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

— ESDAA-I soccer tournament format

— Gallaudet football honors

— upcoming football games

— yesterday’s football scores

— rugby at Gallaudet

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

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

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Deaf Schools won-lost records

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

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

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football score Tuesday
Kansas 68 Illinois 0

football scores Wednesday
Carolinas 34 Louisiana 28

Fountain Inn Christian 54 South Carolina 22

Thursday’s football scores
Mississippi 46 Oklahoma 0

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

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

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

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

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

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Gallaudet football honors

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

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

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

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

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

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ESDAA-I soccer tournament format

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

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

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

POOL A
American
Lexington
Ohio

POOL B
Marie Philip
NY-Fanwood
WPSD

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

it is 11-man regulation soccer

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

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American soccer

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

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Arkansas volleyball

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

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Florida football

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

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Kansas volleyball

Last Monday’s Match Against Midland

Final Scores:

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

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

Team record: 19-9

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Lexington soccer

Against ASD

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

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

Record: 6won, 1tied, and 4lost

Against Hallen

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

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

Record: 4 won, 1 tied, and 3 lost

Against Stevenson

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

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

Record: 5won, 1tied, and 3lost

Against MKSD

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

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

Record: 6won, one tied, and 3 lost

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Mississippi football

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

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Model volleyball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Volleyball

Volleyball

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

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 3

Grace Brethren Christian School: 0

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Ohio soccer

10/12/17

KIPP at Ohio

Ohio 11, KIPP 0
Season Record 6-2

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Rochester soccer

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

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

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

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

Final Score:
Rapids: 7
RSD: 2

Goals:
Walshvelo (1)
Aggas (1)

Assists:
Aggas (1)
Coates (1)

Overall record: 5-4-1

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St Mary’s boys soccer

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

Overall Record: 3-5-1

Individual Stats:
Christian Lawrence- 8 saves

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Texas volleyball

TSD  25  25  25
SMA 13  12  17

Thursday
Faith Academy   13  17  13
TSD             25  25  25

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

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

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

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Western Pennsylvania soccer

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

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

LEAGUE RECORD: 5-5-0

OVERALL RECORD: 10-6-0

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

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rugby at Gallaudet

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

Part of a newspaper story that surfaced yesterday was this:

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

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

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

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DeafDigest Sports – October 12, 2017

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

— upcoming football games

— yesterday’s football scores

— soccer and volleyball updates

— Gallaudet volleyball update

— deaf rugby vs hearing rugby

— pro basketball player in Puerto Rico

— collegiate football player

Deaf Sports Collections update
— impossible soccer goal
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/deaf-rugby-different-from-hearing-rugby/

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Deaf Schools won-lost records

http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

(10/12/17 updates)

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

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football score Tuesday
Kansas 68 Illinois 0

football scores Wednesday
Carolinas 34 Louisiana 28

Fountain Inn Christian 54 South Carolina 22

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

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

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

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Gallaudet volleyball

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University women’s volleyball team was swept by
The Catholic University of America here Wednesday night in the Field House
by the score of 25-13, 25-10, 25-21.

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

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American soccer

American School for the Deaf versus NYSD-Fanwood for soccer game.  it was
ugly game due to five offside, too many miss opportunity to goal, we shoot
ourselves accident and not focus the game but we played better for last 10
minutes of the game.   ASD won the game 3-1 NYSD-Fanwood.  ASD record
7-1-1.  Today game will be against Lexington.

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Carolinas football

We beat LSD 34-28!

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Fremont volleyball

CSD d. OMI 3-0 in league play.
25-12, 25-14, 25-23

Jada Dawson: 13k, 12 digs, 3 aces
Malia Zornoza: 12 digs, 6k, 5 assists, 2 aces

League: 10-0, Overall 16-7

Next game is today against Fremont Christian

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Marie Philip soccer

Marie Philip School had a home game matching against Boston University
Academy, it was a challenging game for us as we struggled to get the ball
into the net.

MPS 0
BUA 5

—–

10/11
Marie Philip School made a trip to Peabody to against our league opponent,
Covenant Christian Academy. The last game we lost to them so today, we
played with a different formation hoping to have a good game. We got two
nice goals in the first half.
We played really well, especially with our goalkeeper Dakota Rochette. He
made a lot of amazing saves. MPS defensive lines had done a splendid task
stopping CCA offensive lines, frustrating them as they tried to seize a
goal. We got an opportunity of having a nice goal from penalty kick to
lead a 3-1.

MPS 3
CCA 1

Next game: Tomorrow, 12th. Waldorf School @ MPS

Record: 5-4-1

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Ohio Soccer

10/11/17
Western Pennsylvania at Ohio

Ohio 3, WPSD 1

A big, big win for our program against a quality team. We are 5-2 after the win.

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Oklahoma volleyball

OSD vs ASD
25-15, 12-25, 25-22, 15-13

OSD record is 2-10

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Pennsylvania soccer

Today, 10/11, we headed to Wilberforce School in NJ . The PSD boys soccer
team played awesome game even knowing we were missing 3 of our players.
Nasir Ford scored 3 goals hat tricks in the first half but still came up
short. We lost 5-3. Still proud of them and efforted they put into it.

This weekend, 10/13 and 10/14, we will be heading to NYSSD for Friendship
soccer tournament.

Record is 1-4-1

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South Carolina football

We lost 54-22 to Fountain Inn Christian

They led us 20-14 at end of first quarter.

Our turnovers led to their scores.

It was a good game.

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St Mary’s volleyball

The Lady Bisons faced off against the Rochester Wildcats yesterday in a
pretty competitive game. We played against this team earlier in the season
as a much “greener” team, but the girls made it obvious they’ve got some
skill being developed. The Lady Bisons lost three straight sets in some of
the closest games we’ve played yet. Cameron Cole stepped up with 4 ace
serves and two attacks at the net. Elise Watson and Kioney Alvira-Juardo
each helped throughout the game with passing and keeping the ball in play.
Everyone is still working to improve and their effort truly does show in
their performance. Who knows the next time we face RSD maybe we will come
out on top.

Thank you,
Coach Chuba & Coach Daley

Set scores:
22-25
21-25
10-25

Season Record:
2-9

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St Mary’s soccer

The Bisons played host to our WNY I-90 rival Rochester School for the Deaf
yesterday afternoon.  Our team started off the match looking a bit
lethargic having had a 4 day Columbus day weekend break from soccer. 
Unfortunately, it took us about 15 minutes to truly find our feet.
Luckily, Christian Lawrence had one of his best games of his career in
goal and was able to limit the damage to just 1 goal from the Wildcats in
the first half of play.  Once our boys were finally able to shake off the
rust, we began to gradually spread out the field and establish a counter
attack.  That said, no matter how much effort you put forth, sometimes its
having a little luck on your side that can sway momentum in your favor. 
In an effort to clear the ball out of our defensive zone, Ryan Brzezinski
launched a kick that covered ž of the soccer field.  Although the kick
wasn’t intended to be a shot, it found its way over RSD’s goal line to
knot the score 1-1 at halftime.  Both teams and the off
icials stopped for a solid minute just to appreciate what everyone had
just witnessed.  The official said in all of his years he has never seen a
goal from that distance.  In the 2nd half, the Bisons used that spark of
luck to take it to the Wildcats.  Another goal by Nick Barrus gave us a
2-1 advantage on the scoreboard. With 5 minutes remaining in the game, it
was clear that Rochester was playing with more sense of urgency and with
the help of an extra attacker on offense, they were able to even up the
score at 2-2 with a head ball off a corner kick.  Both clubs had a few
more chances to try and win the game but both the teams defense’s  were up
to the task and didn’t allow another goal.  The game ended in a 2-2 tie. 
After the match, both teams walked away knowing that in a few weeks they 
have the opportunity to play one another again at the annual ESDAA soccer
tournament.  It will then be determined  who has the better team this
season.  In the meantime, please wish our
 boys congrats on earning a tie against RSD and wish us luck in our next
match which is this Thursday away against NFCAA league opponent CAWNY.

Overall Record: 3-4-1

Individual Stats:
Ryan Brzezinski-1 goal (1st of the season)
Nick Barrus- 1 goal (9th of the season)
Christian Lawrence- 9 saves

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Western Pennsylvania sports

SOCCER – lost to Ohio School for the Deaf, 3-1

LEAGUE RECORD: 4-5-0

OVERALL RECORD: 9-6-0

VOLLEYBALL – beat Redeemer-Lutheran, 3-0 (25-15, 25-15, and 25-4)

LEAGUE RECORD: 9-3

OVERALL RECORD: 20-5

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deaf collegiate football player

Aurora University’s Kurtis Chione takes community service to the next level

Kurtis Chione has had partial hearing loss in each ear since birth, but it
hasn’t prevented the Aurora University defensive end from becoming an
impact player — on and off the field.

http://www.chicagotribune.com/suburbs/naperville-sun/ct-abn-football-aurora-university-kurtis-chione-st-1011-20171010-story.html

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woman pro basketball player in Puerto Rico

Raven Pentz, who is deaf, has signed a contract to play
pro basketball for Santeras De Aguada in Puerto Rico.

She completed her career at Old Westbury University.

Women’s basketball in Puerto Rico is not high level as compared to Europe and USA
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Deaf Rugby different from Hearing Rugby

Sam in a fast lane to London

The profoundly deaf Whanganui rugby player says he is far more comfortable
competing in full hearing sides, although he will not be shirking his
duties as a lock or loose forward for his country in November.

full story at:
http://www.nzherald.co.nz/wanganui-chronicle/sport/news/article.cfm?c_id=1503424&objectid=11932368

Note:
Deaf rugby? Hearing rugby? Differences?

Possibly – hearing players communicate by voice while deaf players use
eyes to figure out the action and the strategy?  Also, lack of practice
time among deaf players? Plus deaf players use signs and gestures.

 

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06

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DeafDigest Sports – October 6, 2017

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

— today’s football games

— Thursday football scores

— volleyball updates

— soccer updates

Deaf Sports Collections update
— boxing corner red lights
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/duke-football-walkon-kicker/

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Deaf Schools won-lost records

http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/
(10/06/17 updates)

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football scores (10/01/17 update)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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Thursday football scores

Wisconsin 50 Michigan 14

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

today’s football games
Oct 6 Model at Central Maryland Christian
Oct 6 Texas hosts Brazos Christian
Oct 6 Riverside hosts Sherman Indian
Oct 6 Alabama hosts Vina
Oct 6 Indiana hosts Crimson Knights
Oct 6 Maryland hosts Parkside (Chavez)

Saturay’s football games
Oct 7 New Mexico at Missouri
Oct 7 Oklahoma at Iowa
Oct 7 Minnesota at Illinois
Oct 7 South Carolina at Carolinas (at Morganton)
Oct 7 Georgia at Mississippi
Oct 7 Louisiana at Tennessee (Louisiana gets forfeit win)

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Alabama volleyball

Wadley 3  Alabama 0  (25-16, 25-12, 25-10)

Season record: 4 – 18

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American soccer

American School for the Deaf traveled to Rhode Island School for
the Deaf. It was nice warm weather to play soccer.
We played with 8 players on the field with 35 minutes per
half. We tried to different formations to see how we do.
ASD defeated RISD, 6-0. ASD record 6 wins 1 lost 1 tied.
Deaf league 5-0-1. Hearing league 1-1. Next week we
will play against NYSD-fanwood (away)and Lexington(home).

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Colorado volleyball

short newspaper story

Pikes Peak Christian 3, Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind 0

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Kansas football

North Shelby rallies in shortened game

The North Shelby eight-man football team rallied from 20 points down to
defeat the Kansas School for the Deaf 66-54 Thursday night.

full story at:
http://www.whig.com/20171006/north-shelby-rallies-in-shortened-game

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Michigan football

Wisconsin beats Michigan 50 to 14

Dewon Emery two touchdowns; so far 9 touchdowns
for the season

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Phoenix football

Lost to Williams at home, 8-58.  Now 2-5.

Next up:  At CSD-Riverside, Oct. 21st.

We are on fall break next week.

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St Mary’s soccer

The Bisons took on the Stanley G. Falk school in another NFCAA league
battle.  Our goal was to have a better showing this time around against
the Falcons who dominated our first match.  The coaches preached hard work
all week during practice and the boys efforts paid off with a competitive
game.  We started off quickly by striking first & second with a few blasts
from Adnan Abdi to take a 2-0 lead.  It was clear that we had caught our
opponent a little off guard in the first half and showed them that we
weren’t the same team they had played against prior.  At halftime, the
Falk school made some necessary changes which included replacing their
keeper and moved some players into different positions.  Unfortunately,
the Bisons didn’t adjust well and were put back on our heels for the
majority of the second half.  It wasn’t long before the Falcons had tied
the game and were threatening to take the lead.  We were able to weather
Falk’s attack for the most part with the help of Ste
ven Bajdo who was able to get into his first game of the season.  However,
with 4 minutes remaining in the match, our opponent was able to break the
tie and take a 3-2 advantage. With barely anytime remaining, we were
unable to counter on the scoreboard and ended up losing by 1 goal. 
Although the Bisons didn’t get their desired result, the coaching staff
was proud of their hard fought efforts. Our next match is next week
Tuesday after the long weekend against our I-90 ESDAA rival the Wildcats
from RSD.  Please continue to support Bisons soccer.

Overall Record: 3-4

Individual Stats:
Adnan Abdi- 2 goals (2nd & 3rd of the season)

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St Mary’s volleyball

The lady Bisons faced off against Academy of Aurora this afternoon. The
other team obviously came to play as it was a quick three sets in their
favor. The lady Bisons had a hard time getting their feet moving and just
couldn’t seem to gel together. Props go out to Kioney Alvira-Juardo for
earning her first dig of her career. Hopefully after the nice long weekend
the girls will return rested and ready to take on their next opponents,
RSD, on Tuesday.

Match scores:
6-25
12-25
8-25

Season record:
2-8
 

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DeafDigest Sports – October 5, 2017

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

— upcoming football games

— volleyball updates

— Gallaudet volleyball update

— soccer updates

— a football stories at Texas and Illinois

Deaf Sports Collections update
— basketball, leading scorer among college players in one state
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/basketball-team-in-1917/

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Deaf Schools won-lost records

http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/
(10/05/17 updates)

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football scores (10/01/17 update)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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upcoming football games

Oct 5 Wisconsin at Michigan
Oct 5 Williams at Phoenix
Oct 5 Colorado at Hanover
Oct 5 Kansas at North Shelby
Oct 5 Model at Central Maryland Christian
Oct 5 Washington at Lake Quinault

Oct 6 Texas hosts Brazos Christian
Oct 6 Riverside hosts Sherman Indian
Oct 6 Alabama hosts Vina
Oct 6 Indiana hosts Crimson Knights
Oct 6 Maryland hosts Parkside (Chavez)

Oct 7 New Mexico at Missouri
Oct 7 Oklahoma at Iowa
Oct 7 Minnesota at Illinois
Oct 7 South Carolina at Carolinas (at Morganton)
Oct 7 Georgia at Mississippi
Oct 7 Louisiana at Tennessee (Louisiana gets forfeit win)

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Gallaudet volleyball

GU win streak snapped by Penn St.-Berks on the road

READING, Pa. – The Gallaudet University women’s volleyball suffered a
straight set loss to Penn St.-Berks here Wednesday night in a North
Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) South Division match.

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

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American soccer

Emmanuel Christian Academy versus American School for the Deaf soccer
game.  ASD dramatically improved on both sides with low score allowed
against the Emmanuel.  They tended to earned high goals and shut us down
but yesterday we gave them hard time.  Final score  Emmanuel 2-1 ASD.  I
am so proud of our team based on their performance. ASD record 5-1-1.
 
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Fremont volleyball

CSD Volleyball d. Holy Names on Tuesday 3-0
Jada Dawson: 14 K, 10 digs, 2 assists, 2 aces
Jade Dawson: 17 assists, 7 aces, 3 kills
Malia Zornoza: 11 assists, 9 digs, 4 kills, 4 aces
Mahlia Thornton: 9 kills, 2 digs

CSD Volleyball d. Making Waves tonight 3-0.
Jade Dawson: 23 aces, 10 assists, 1 kill
Esther Biser: 8 aces, 4 kills
Kara Wolfangle: 6 aces, 2 digs

CSD stands with 9-0 league record and 11-3 overall.

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Illinois football

Hero of the Week: lllinois School for the Deaf

JACKSONVILLE — It’s hard enough getting a team to execute the intricacies
of a jet sweep or a five-receiver set. Imagine doing it without sound.

The Tigers of the Illinois School for the Deaf do that, and they do it
well.

full story at:
http://www.wandtv.com/story/36525496/hero-of-the-week-lllinois-school-for-the-deaf

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Kansas volleyball

Yesterday we played Independent Home School.  We had a great match with a
lot of volleys.

Match Results:

KSD vs IHS

15-25
22-25
26-28

Player Stats:

Cierra Sherwood: 1 ace, 2 kills
Jamiaka Jones: 2 aces, 1 kill
Katja Grace: 1 assist
Kaylee Wells: 1 kill
Madison Welch: 6 aces, 14 kills, 1 block
Tiadra Vang: 2 aces, 3 kills, 7 assists
Taylor Wise: 1 assist

Record: 13-8

GPSD Tournament in Missouri this weekend.

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Kentucky volleyball

Kentucky яя Volleyball

Sept 19, 17     Sayre   (L)     1       -       3               (25-18, 24-26, 25-9, 25-4)
Sept 21, 17     Danville (L)    0       -       3               (25-21, 25-13, 25-18)
Sept 28, 17     Beth Haven (L)  0       -       2               (25-6, 25-8)
Oct 3, 17       Sayre (L)       0       -       3               (25-9, 25-7, 25-10)

The final record is 8 – 14.

Next games will be at the 30th Annual Mason-Dixon Volleyball tournament
next week at Mississippi School for the Deaf.

The District game will be on Monday, October 16th against Danville HS.

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Marie Philip volleyball

DATE: Tuesday October 4, 2017

LOCATION: Chapel Hill Chauncy Hall, Waltham, MA

RESULT: CH-CH 3, MPS 0 (25-17, 25-22, 25-20)

STATS

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

REPORT

Today the Marie Philip Lady Ghosts, #2 in the Independent Girls’
Conference (IGC), took on the #1 team, undefeated Chapel Hill Chauncy
Hall.  Our girls had a difficult time getting themselves back into the
game again and again by letting errors pile up.  Despite the scores that
indicated close sets, we did not play to our potential today.  The
Chargers took advantage to sweep us for today and for the regular season.

The nice thing about being defeated today is that it made the needs for
our individual players, and teams, much more obvious than when we were on
our winning streak.  The coaches will be sure to work with our players on
those needs all weekend as we travel to Maryland to take part in the
nationwide Spike Out II tournament.  Our overall record is 11-6 and our
IGC record is 5-2.

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland JV beat Lady Archers, 2-0
Scores: 25-16, 25-15
Record: 15-1-1

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Minnesota volleyball

newspaper story

MSAD volleyball pestered by Chesterton Academy

A hot start cooled quickly for Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf
volleyball in a 3-1 loss to visiting Chesterton Academy on Wednesday

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Missouri volleyball

MSD played with Linn High School volleyball team on Oct 2 at Linn. The
girls fought and tried hard. The score were 12-25, 16-25. We will play
Great Plains School for the Deaf (GPSD) this weekend (Friday-Saturday) at
MSD.

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Model volleyball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Volleyball

Volleyball

Date: Tuesday, October 3, 2017 at 5:15 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 1

Washington International School: 3

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New Jersey soccer

newspaper story
Katzenbach is better known as New Jersey School for the Deaf

Katzenbach (0) at New York School for the Deaf (NY) (4) – Boys Soccer

Katzenbach
0
New York School for the Deaf (NY)
4

Naim Webb made 14 saves as Katzenbach fell to New York School for the Deaf
(NY), 4-0, in White Plains, Ny.

Katzenbach had a total of eight shots.

Gregurio Ulerus netted two goals while Alnerd Deski and Christian Gonzalez
had one goal apiece for New York School for the Deaf.

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New Mexico sports

GPSD Volleyball tournament will start this Friday, October 6th and our
football game vs Missouri (it is their Homecoming) on Saturday, October
7th @ 2:00 pm.

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Oregon soccer

from a tweet

Oregon School For The Deaf 5 C.S. Lewis Academy 1

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Phoenix volleyball

Lost at Ray, 3-0 (17-25, 4-25, 9-25).  Now 3-10.

Next up:  Thursday vs. Superior.

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Tennessee volleyball

District Volleyball Tournry

Cosby over TSD , 3-0
26-24. 25-18. 27-25

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Texas football

ARFF Film Review: ‘Four Quarters of Silence’ Speaks Loudly

A few weeks ago, in Austin’s Zilker Park, I was wandering around with my
camera and saw some people playing frisbee golf. I went over to them to
take their picture. After a few seconds of confusion, I realized they were
deaf, but they were happy with me photographing their game. I then saw the
t-shirt which read “Texas School for the Deaf”.

full story at:
http://blogcritics.org/arff-film-review-four-quarters-silence-speaks-loudly/

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Texas volleyball

John Paul 2      17 15 19
Texas            25 25 25

TSD 23-9-1
District 9-1

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Western Pennsylvania soccer

SOCCER – beat West Virginia School for the Deaf, 7-0

LEAGUE RECORD: 4-3-0

OVERALL RECORD: 9-3-0

 

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DeafDigest Sports – October 4, 2017

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

— upcoming football games

— volleyball updates

— Gallaudet volleyball honor

— soccer updates

— Gallaudet football nominee

Deaf Sports Collections update
— http://deafdigest.com/made-for-tv-sport/
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/darriyan-thomas/

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Deaf Schools won-lost records

http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/
(10/04/17 updates)

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football scores (10/01/17 update)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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upcoming football games

Oct 5 Wisconsin at Michigan
Oct 5 Williams at Phoenix
Oct 5 Colorado at Hanover
Oct 5 Kansas at North Shelby
Oct 5 Model at Central Maryland Christian
Oct 5 Washington at Lake Quinault

Oct 6 Texas hosts Brazos Christian
Oct 6 Riverside hosts Sherman Indian
Oct 6 Alabama hosts Vina
Oct 6 Indiana hosts Crimson Knights
Oct 6 Maryland hosts Parkside (Chavez)

Oct 7 New Mexico at Missouri
Oct 7 Oklahoma at Iowa
Oct 7 Minnesota at Illinois
Oct 7 South Carolina at Carolinas (at Morganton)
Oct 7 Georgia at Mississippi
Oct 7 Louisiana at Tennessee (Louisiana gets forfeit win)

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Gallaudet volleyball

Thomas earns her second NEAC Women’s Volleyball Player of the Week honor this season

GANSEVOORT, N.Y. – The North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC)
announced its weekly conference student-athlete of the week awards for
Oct. 2 and Gallaudet University’s Darriyan Thomas (Vallejo, Calif.) earned
her second Women’s Volleyball Player of the Week this season.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wvball/2017-18/releases/neacsaow-oct02

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Gallaudet football

Gallaudet offensive lineman Devaron Scott selected as semifinalist for 2017 William V. Campbell Trophy

IRVING, Texas – Gallaudet University senior offensive lineman Devaron
Scott (Mocksville, N.C.) was selected as one the best and brightest from
the college gridiron as announced by The National Football Foundation
(NFF) and College Hall of Fame. Scott is one of 181 semifinalists honored
from the Football Bowl Subdivision, Football Championship Subdivision,
Division II, Division III and NAIA. Scott joins the company of other great
players from top college programs such as Louisiana State University
quarterback Danny Etling and University of Virginia All-America linebacker
Micah Kiser

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

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American volleyball

American School for the Deaf Varsity Girls Volleyball Team lost our
home game against Emmanuel Christian Academy. The scores were 8-25,
10-25 and 8-25.  Our record is 2-5.

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Georgia volleyball

10/3/17… Supposed to be a tri-match with Atlanta Jewish Academy and
Gaylesville High. AJA couldn’t make it.
GSD VS GAYLESVILLE HIGH…LOST 3-0

GSD: 21 : 7 : 14
GHS: 25 : 25 : 25

RECORD: 7 – 9 – 0

Next match vs Jacksonville Christian Academy on 10/9/17

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland beat Perry Hall, 3-0
Scores: 25-9, 25-13, 25-4
Record: 12-9-3

Stats
Cara Beilucke
2 kills

Milana Bielucke
1 assist

Lexi Bullock
5 kills, 3 digs, 2 aces

Alyssa Glennon
1 kill, 12 assists

Rajena Guettler
8 kills, 2 digs, 2 aces

Sierra Herzig-Shaw
1 kill

Hanna Johnston-Shaw
1 dig

Meghan Luebehusen
4 aces

Cassidy Perry
10 kills, 4 digs, 1 ace

Freya Seremeth
2 kills, 9 assists, 1 dig, 4 aces

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Minnesota volleyball

MSAD volleyball comes up short in an all-Faribault matchup
http://www.southernminn.com/faribault_daily_news/sports/article_3a978255-02ee-512b-997e-67f0921b9c1d.html

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Pennsylvania volleyball

Today, 10/3, our first loss at home game vs Community Academy of
Philadelphia but the ladypanthers did a good job to continue their
improving skills and building a teamwork in the game.

Scores 13-25, 13-25 and 13-25 (0-3)

Our record is 3-3

Next home game on 10/5 vs American School for the Deaf (ASD) 4:00 PM

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Pennsylvania soccer

Today,10/3,  Our home game against Community Academy of Philadelphia. What
a game the boys really played awesome all of them put there hearts into it

The game was tied 1-1 until Peter Dammer scored the final goal to win
the
game 2-1. I am very proud of them if you seem in the hallway tell them
great job.

Coaches

Our records is 1-3-1

Next game on 10/11, away Wilberforce School in NJ – 4:00 PM

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Rochester soccer

RSD travelled to Hope Hall for the first of two meetings this season. This
was scheduled for a friendly exhibition game and that is what the fans
were
treated to. RSD scored first, but kept the game competitive for the
hometown fans of Hope Hall. The game ended with a final score of 5-3.

Final score:
RSD: 5
Hope Hall: 3

Goals:

Aggas (1)
Gentzke (1)
Perez (1)
Maldonado (1)
Walshvelo (1)

Assists:
Gentzke (1)
Aggas (1)

Overall record: 5-3

Next game is against arch-rival, SMSD on Tuesday on their field.

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St Mary’s volleyball

esterday the lady Bisons faced off against Central Baptist on their home
court. After a bit of a late start the girls went in with a positive
attitude and the hopes of a win. They fell a little short in three
straight sets but their skills level is obviously improving. Every time
these girls step on the court they show us that even though they’re not
getting a ‘W’ they’re still coming out on top. Though we fell due to a lot
of service errors Cameron Cole, Elise Watson, Tatyana Bean, and Kioney
Alvira-Juardo each managed a solid 2-3 points each. Cameron Cole had a
spectacular dig  and Julia Bronneberg had her first attack of her career.
The girls are still learning and still improving with every day that
passes. So even though there isn’t a new number in our win column make
sure you congratulate the girls on a job well done.

Set scores:
13-25
11-25
11-25

Season record:
2-7

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Washington volleyball

WSD Volleyball Scores: 10/3

WSD 3 @ Fort Vancouver 0

WSD 25 – FTV 12
WSD 25 – FTV 13
WSD 25 – FTV 22

League Record 0-2 – Overall Record: 2-3

Next Game: vs. Columbia Adventist – 10/4

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Western Pennsylvania soccer

SOCCER – beat Plants and Pillars, 3-2

LEAGUE RECORD: 4-2-0

OVERALL RECORD: 8-2-0

SOCCER – lost to Robinson Township Christian, 2-0

LEAGUE RECORD: 4-3-0

OVERALL RECORD: 8-3-0

VOLLEYBALL – beat The Neighborhood Academy, 3-0 (25-12, 25-14, and 25-20)

with that victory along with a forfeit victory this coming Thursday, that
put us at 9-2 in league play and clinched at least 2nd place in our
division.

LEAGUE RECORD: 9-2

OVERALL RECORD: 12-4

 

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