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04

2018/10/04

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DeafDigest Sports – October 4, 2018

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– random deafsports thoughts

– Gallaudet soccer update

– yesterday football score

– upcoming football games

– volleyball updates

– soccer updates

– cross country update

DeafDigest Sports collections of the day
– big shock in the hearing curling community
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 10/04/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

2018 football scores (as of 10/04/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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Wednesday football score
Naselle 54 Washington 32

football games this week

Oct 4 Riverside hosts Noli Indian
Oct 4 Fremont hosts St Vincent de Paul

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 men’s soccer

Gallaudet shut out on the road against Eastern Mennonite

HARRISONBURG, Va. – The Gallaudet University men’s soccer team was shut
out here Wednesday night by Eastern Mennonite University, 6-0, in a
non-conference match.

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Alabama volleyball

13-25, 17-25, 14-25 vs Wadley
18-25, 14-25, 18-25 vs Talladega Center
5-25, 6- 25 vs Lincoln
4-25, 10-25 vs Fayetteville
7-25, 10-25 vs Winterboro
21-25, 18-25, 25-23, 17-25 vs Victory Christian School
7-25, 12-25, 15-25 vs Ragland
25-15, 23-25, 15-12 vs AASD
25-15, 25-17 vs GSD
18-25, 23-25 vs TSD
19-25, 17-25, 17-25 vs Vicent
11-25, 15-25, 14-25 vs Munford
17-25, 15-25 vs BB comer
9-25, 15-25 vs childersburg
18-25, 16-25, 10-25 vs TCC
6-25, 17-25 vs Wadley

2-14 record

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Fremont volleyball

CSD d. FCS 3-0

25-11, 25-12, 25-18

15-5 overall, 9-0 league

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Georgia volleyball

We played our last area game last Tuesday.
We played Rockmart High School
GSD – 10    17
RHS -   25    25

RECORD: 6-17-0   AREA: 0-5-0

Next match, Tri-Match at Gaylesville High School with Appalachian High
School and Gaylesville Thursday 10/4/18

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Indiana football

newspaper prediction

Indiana Deaf (3-4) at Southside Homeschool (0-5): The teams have split two
meetings. Indiana Deaf 27, Southside 16.

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Kansas football

Saturday, September 29th was a cool night with the temperatures descending
to 60 degrees in the evening. It was Oklahoma School for the Deaf’s
Homecoming with KSD playing OSD in a competitive football game. I admit
that I was worried about my team as we only brought 8 players while OSD
had
14 players who were bigger and had greater speed. We did not have a full
team due to disciplinary actions and players missing some practice.

We played at Sulphur High School football field which measures 100 yards
long and 53.33 yards wide. For 6-man and 8-man football, the field
measures
80 yards long and 40 yards wide. It was very tough for the KSD boys to
play
with 8 boys on an 11-man football field of 100 yards long and 53.33 yards
wide. OSD’s Quarterback had the advantage of being a top athlete with
great
speed. In track state meet, he ran the 100 meter in 11.2 and the 200 meter
in 22.2. In the state track meet last year he was able to long jump 20
feet!  Our boys had a hard time catching up with him on the 11-man
football
field.

We survived the first quarter, and in fact we were ahead, 14 to 8.
Oklahoma
had great energy and continued hitting us. Then, unfortunately two of our
players were injured. When three of our players were injured, I decided to
stop during the second quarter for safety reasons. I couldn’t let my
five
boys play against OSD’s 6 boys. The final score was 48 to 20.

Oklahoma School for the Deaf deserved to win the game. Hats off to them
for
winning the GPSD Championship 2018.

KSD will leave for Illinois School for the Deaf on Tuesday, October 9 at
9:00 AM. The football game against ISD will be at 4:30 PM. ISD beat
Wisconsin School for the Deaf, 98 to 68 two weeks ago. KSD beat WSD 48 to
6
last month. It should be interesting for us. We must have a full team. KSD
is looking forward to a challenging game because ISD has a lot of players.

KSD’s winning streak including 6-man and 8-man football has stopped at
17.
I am so proud of the boys who work hard to represent the KSD Jackrabbits.
The boys demonstrated a mature attitude in accepting the loss on Saturday
to OSD.

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Louisiana volleyball

Win/Loss – 1-7

October 2nd, 2018 – LSD Vs Family Christian – H – Loss
JV:
Set 1: LSD – 19, FC: 25
Set 2: LSD – 25, FC: 21
Set 3: LSD – 7, FC: 15

Varsity:
Set 1:  LSD – 16, FC: 25
Set 2: LSD – 22, FC: 25
Set 3: LSD – 9, FC: 25

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Marie Philip soccer

October 1

Marie Philip School had played against its league opponent, Boston
University Academy at our field. It was a very tough game against a really
talented team.

Jasper Damas got a goal in the first half as we were down 1-3. BUA changed
its strategies to conquer the whole game. We kept playing our best and
learned from our mistakes throughout the rest of the game.

MPS 1
BUA 7

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October 3

The last time we played against International School of Boston was 2 years
ago, they were very strong team. We looked forward to the challenge when
we played against them today.

ISB’s strategy to control the ball was too advanced for us but we tried
our best to stop them. Our goalkeeper made mistakes that could have
prevented from scoring as ISB led 2-0 in the first half.

MPS rallied to score two second half goals thus erasing two-goal deficit.
Kacey Monahan made a really nice goal and Ty Looney scored.

MPS 2
ISB 2

Record: 3-2-1

Next game: October 5th Friday, at home game vs New York School for the
Deaf (Fanwood)

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Maryland cross country

ual Cross Country meet at Covenant Life School – Gaithersburg, MD
(10/3/2018)

Maryland School for the Deaf and Covenant Life School

MSD boys
1st Place: Crosse Herpin 21:07.6
4th Place: Peter Thang 26:40.6
9th Place: Michael Williams 30:14.0

MSD Girls
2nd Place: Estelina Kovacs 29:22.6
3rd Place: Lera Walkup 31:53.0

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New York/Fanwood soccer

10/2/2018

New York School for the Deaf (Fanwood) fell to the German School at home
by
a score of 8-0 Fanwood senior,  Dana Canteen, made 19 saves but
Fanwood’s
defense didn’t have enough to prevent the German School from scoring.
Our
team played hard, and we look forward to our next game.

0-4 record

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Ohio Soccer and Volleyball
10/3/18

OSD at Western Pennsylvania

Soccer:
OSD 2
WPSD 2
We were down 2-0 and scored our second goal with less than two minutes to
tie the game.
Record: 7-3-1

Volleyball:
WPSD 25-25-25
OSD      6-14-2

Record: 1-6

Up next: Soccer travels to KIPP on 10/9/18 at 5:30 PM while volleyball
hosts Village Academy at 6:00 PM on the same day.

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Pennsylvania soccer

Yesterday (10/3/18), we traveled to New Jersey to play against
Wilberforce. It was first game that we were playing without our leaders of
Jacob Cross and Arbab Samuel. We lost 7-0. The PSD boys were having a
difficulty time learning how to communicate without both of boys but it
was a great learning experience for our young boys and we will support and
encourage the boys to stay positive and not give up. The PSD boys will
continue to improving and do their best!

The record is 1-2

On 10/9, our home game vs International Christian at 3:30 PM. Please come
and support us!

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Phoenix volleyball

PDSD     15 25 13 20
Bagdad   25 23 25 25

Maddie Fears: 12 digs, 2 aces, 10 kills
Kiana Vazquez: 6 digs, 2 aces, 1 kill, 5 assists
Selina Hernandez: 1 dig
Yosseline Espinoza: 2 digs, 12 aces, 5 kills, 14 assists
Zoe Abrams-Gay: 1 kill
Jackie Albert: 2 kills
Melissa Sanchez: 2 digs, 1 kill, 1 assist

Record: 4-7

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Rochester volleyball

Game 4 against Wilson – We started off 2-0 in first 2 sets. Unfortunately,
opposite team start to step up and won last 3 sets.

Set 1 – W 25-22
Set 2 – W 25-18
Set 3 – L 17-25
Set 4 – L 24-26
Set 5- L 23-25

Shanya Alvarez – 2 kills and 5 blocks
McKenna Girod – 16 assists, 2 kills, and 5 aces
Cah’ryn Moquette – 4 kills and 2 blocks
Mariana Menzynski – 4 kills, 1 assist,
Julia Ott – 3 kills
Diane Ward – 5 kills

Game 5 against New Life – We started off 2-0 in first 2 sets. We knew we
lost the game from last game after won first 2 sets. Therefore, we kept up
with our 3rd set to make sure to win the game and we did it!

Set 1 – W 25-23
Set 2 – W 25-13
Set 3 – W 25-22

McKenna Girod – 12 assists, 3 kills, and 4 aces
Emma Kane – 5 digs and 2 assists
Mariana Menzynski – 4 kills, 3 digs, and 2 assists
Cah’ryn Moquette – 4 kills
Shanya Alvarez – 4 kills and 1 block

Our next game on October 9 vs. Eugenio Maria De Hostos at 4:30 pm

4-1 record

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South Carolina volleyball

SCSDB 25 11 4 9
McCormick 23 25 25 25

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St Mary’s soccer

Yesterday was the much anticipated home opener for the boys varsity
Bison’s soccer team against the Falcons from the Stanley G. Falk school.
The Falcons were runners-up in last year’s NFCAA league championship and
they were bringing back 7 seniors.  Needless to say, it was obvious that
this match would be a challenge that we needed to be prepared for.  Coming
off of last week’s comeback, the Bison’s were looking to start the
game aggressively the same way we finished our previous game.  Although
Falk opened up the scoring, we stuck to our game plan, remained resilient,
and Nick Barrus scored an equalizer to tie the game.  Just before the end
of the 1st half,  Ethan Antone was able to collect his 2nd goal of the
season that put the Bison’s in front 2-1.  With the help of some solid
defense from Kassim Kassim, Tyler Mondo Goodrich,  Jon Allen, and Ryan
Brzezinski, we were able to hold onto the goal advantage throughout the
majority of the 2nd half.  However, with 1 minute rema
ining, the Falcons became desperate and pushed our defense back.  They
were able to slip a shot past Christian Lawrence and knot the game at 2-2.
With no overtime policy for our league, this was the 2nd tie game for the
Bison’s in a row.  The boys were a little disappointed but it was a good
learning experience for them to not take the “pedal off the metal”
until the official blows that final whistle.  Please join us next week
Tuesday as we look to get into the win column in our second meeting
against Chesterton Academy.

Overall Record: 0-1-2

Individual Stats:

Nick Barrus: 1 goal (3rd of the season)
Ethan Antone: 1 goal (2nd of the season)
Christian Lawrence: 4 saves

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Tennessee volleyball

record 8-11

District Volleyball Tournament

Cosby over Tennessee 3-0
25-15  25-7  25-12

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Washington volleyball & football

Volleyball and Football Scores: 10/3/18

Lady Terriers 0 @ Columbia Adventist 3
CAA 25 – WSD 9
CAA 25 – WSD 5
CAA 25 – WSD 7

Record 4-4 (League 0-3)

Terriers 32 @ Naselle 54
Record: 2-2

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Western Pennsylvania volleyball & soccer

YESTERDAY’S RESULTS

SOCCER – tied Ohio School for the Deaf, 2-2

First half – a 0-0 battle…   we drew first blood at the beginning of the
second half and then upped that to 2-0 on a penalty kick.  They found a
sieve in our defense front as they scored twice to tie the game up.
WHAT AN EXCITING AND TOUGH BATTLE!!!

LEAGUE RECORD: 3-5-0

OVERALL RECORD: 4-6-1

MIDDLE SCHOOL SOCCER – beat Plants and Pillars, 2-1

LEAGUE RECORD: 3-1-0

OVERALL RECORD: 5-2-0

JUNIOR VARSITY VOLLEYBALL – no game

OVERALL RECORD: 0-7-0

VARSITY VOLLEYBALL – beat Ohio School for the Deaf, 3-0 (25-6, 25-14, and
25-5)

LEAGUE RECORD: 4-3-0

OVERALL RECORD: 7-5-0

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Wisconsin volleyball

WSD volleyball won over Mountain Top Christian 3-0; 27-25, 25-19, 25-19

Record 12-4

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random deafsports comments

DeafDigest Sports editor deals with angry athletic directors
and angry coaches from time to time when their top athletes
do not become DeafDigest Sports All-Americans.

The response is this – when schools do not report their scores
on a regular basis (one time reporting won’t do) then these
schools are not invited to submit their nominations.

This has always been the policy for years. Thank you for sending
in your scores on a regular basis

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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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– 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
02

2018/10/02

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DeafDigest Sports – October 2, 2018

barry@deafdigest.com
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– random deafsports thoughts

– upcoming football games

– volleyball updates

– soccer updates

DeafDigest Sports collections of the day
– unfortunate hockey accident
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

deaf schools won/lost records (as of 10/02/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

2018 football scores (as of 10/02/18)
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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Delaware volleyball

DSD is now 0-4.

At Deaf Awareness tournament:

We lost against NYSD
DSD 12 – NYSD 25
DSD 15 – NYSD 25

We lost against PSD
DSD 20 – PSD 25
DSD 17- PSD 25

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Fremont sports

For the first time since I can remember, we have games on every day of the
week this week!  The rescheduled League Cross Country meet will be today
before our runners participates in the Artichoke Classic this weekend,
good luck to our runners.

The Football and Cheerleading team are eager to return our much
anticipated rivalry series against St. Vincent de Paul.  Since it is a
rival game on Thursday night, we will make it a color rush game.  We would
like you all to help us bring your spirit by dressing in ORANGE at the
game!

The Volleyball team has been waiting for this week all year and they have
a huge weekend coming up in Washington DC for the Spikeout Classic.  You
can follow the team on livestream with a fee at
https://mssdathletics.com/main/otherad/contentID/40184246 good luck to the
girls!  GO CSD EAGLES!

Athlete of the Week – LILIANA ORTIZ.  Our junior has been the heart and
soul of the JV Volleyball team this season.  Her spirit, energy, and
leadership has been invaluable to the team and coaches.  She always wants
what is the best for the team and shows her enthusiasm for the game on the
court!

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Lexington Volleyball

9/27-2018

Lex 3-1 (25-14, 25-16, 13-25, 25-12) over ASD for the first win of the
season.

PSAA- 0-3

Overall- 1-3

Friday, Sept 28

Bayridge 3-1 (25-16, 25-8, 23-25, 25-15) over Lex

Gigi Zheng had 12 attacks and 7 kills.  Rookies- Julianna Vitucci and
Lawryn Hernandez contributed three kills each.  Dorgianny Flores had 12
aces and 15 assists. Dayana Fragoso had eight aces. Rookie Jayda Merejo
collected six aces.

PSAA- 0-4

Overall 1-4

Deaf Awareness Tournament

9/29/2018

Semi-final round

Lex 2-0 (25-14, 25-18) over ASD

May Tun had four aces and 3 kills. Dorgianny Flores had nine assists and
three aces.  Gigi Zheng contributed 3 aces and 4 kills.

Championship game

MPS 2-0 (25-21, 26-24) over Lex

Dayana Fragoso had career-high 12 serving attempts. Gigi Zheng had 10
attacks and 8 kills. May Tun and Dorgianny Flores contributed five kills
each. Dorgianny had 15 assists.

PSAA 0-4

Overall 2-5

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New York (Fanwood) volleyball & soccer

Volleyball

9/27/18
New York School for the Deaf vs EF Academy
We lost our first game against EF Academy with a score of 0-2, (11-25 &
10-20). This season we have added many new players to our roster and the
coaches are excited to watch the team grow.

League: 0-2

9/28/18
Deaf Awareness Tournament at LEX
Lexington School for the Deaf hosted their Annual Deaf Awareness
Tournament in Queens, NY. The Tournament was structured by brackets based
on last year’s results. We were placed at the number 3 seed.

The first game was against Delaware School for the Deaf (DSD). The Golden
Tornadoes started really strong, setting the tone for the game from the
first serve. We beat DSD with the of the score of 2-0, (25-12 & 25-15).
Samantha Pon earned 5 aces and Kaila Gathers earned 3 aces.

Next, we faced Marie Philips School (MPS) and were defeated. They went on
to win the championship. The score of our game was 0-2 (20-25 & 7-25).
Even though we lost to MPS, the Golden Tornadoes were able to show their
skill development by completing three passes several times. That was the
team’s goal for the day and they accomplished it. Kiara Herrera and
Samantha Pon each earned one ace.

The 3rd Place game was against the American School for the Deaf (ASD). The
Golden Tornadoes were very exhausted, but they were able to fight to beat
ASD, 2-0 (25-21 & 25-23). Samantha Pon dominated the game with her
amazing, unstoppable serving points.

We finished the Deaf Awareness Tournament in 3rd Place. The coaches are
very proud of all of the players because they worked hard and tried their
best in every game. As a young team, they learned so much and now they are
ready for more games.

Samantha Pon and Britney Pon earned All-Tournament Star. They both worked
really hard for our team. Congratulations, Samantha & Britney! Thank you
LEX for a wonderful Tournament.

League 0-2
Overall: 4-4

10/1/18
New York School for the Deaf vs Pennsylvania School for the Deaf
New York School for the Deaf’s volleyball team traveled to Philadelphia
to play a game against Pennsylvania School for the Deaf (PSD). The Golden
Tornadoes won the game with the score of 3-1 (25-19, 20-25, 26-24 &
25-21).

The team showed persistence and a will to win, as the last 2 sets were a
close battle.
Team captain, Samantha Pon earned 17 aces, 3 assists, and 3 kills. Kiara
Herrera scored 5 kills and 1 assist. Kaila Gathers earned 3 aces. Anneisha
Persaud earned 7 aces, 1 assist and 1 kill. Freshmen Britney Pon got 3
assists and 6 kills.

The Golden Tornadoes look to keep up the momentum for the next opponent on
Thursday, October 4 at New Jersey School for the Deaf.

League: 0-2
Overall: 7-4

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Soccer

9/27 New York School for the Deaf vs EF International Academy

In our opening game, New York School for the Deaf, Fanwood, fell to EF
International Academy at home by a score of 9-2. Fanwood Forward Christian
Gonzalez scored two goals and Jesus Perez added an assist. Our team played
competitively in the second half, scoring two goals and holding EF to two
goals.

EF- 7 – 2 = 9
NY- 0 – 2 = 2

League: 0-1

9/28- New York School for the Deaf vs Montfort Academy
New York School for the Deaf (Fanwood) fell to Montfort Academy at home by
a score of 6-2. Fanwood Forward Christian Gonzalez scored two goals
himself for Fanwood. Our team played competitively in the second half,
scoring two goals and holding Montfort Academy to one goal.

MA- 5 – 1 = 6
NY- 0 – 2 = 2

League: 0-2

10/1 New York School for the Deaf vs Pennsylvania Schoolf for the Deaf

The New York School for the Deaf traveled to the Pennsylvania School for
the Deaf on Monday. Fanwood sophomore, Jaykuss Figueroa, scored a goal
that gave Fanwood the lead at 1-0 over PSD in the first half, and
Fanwood’s defense prevented PSD from scoring. In the second half,
Fanwood’s defense didn’t hold PSD away from the nets. As a result, PSD
scored two goals, which resulted in a final score of 2-1. It was a hard
fought game, and Fanwood showed true competitive spirit.

NY- 1 – 0 = 1
PA- 0 – 2 = 2

League 0-2
Overall 0-3

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Pennsylvania volleyball

Yesterday, 10/1, our first home game vs NYSD, the Lady Panther volleyball
team put up a great fight but lost to New York School for the Deaf 1-3
(19-25, 25-19, 24-26, 21-25). Gia DiGiacomo scored 16 aces and Manar
Muatan scored 9 aces, beating her previous record. They played a great
game and are ready to train hard for the next one!

Record 2-2

On 10/11, away game @ Delaware 4:00 PM.

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Pennsylvania soccer

Yesterday, (10/1/18), Our first home game vs NYSD. Fanwood challenge our
PSD boys soccer team. It was a hot competition all the way until we pulled
away at end of 2nd half with our first victory of this young season! We
won 2 to 1. Jacob Cross scored two goals, with an assist from Hazim
Haroun. Our freshman goalie, William Sepulveda playing his first game of
this season and saved key goals to keep us in game! Way to go boys and
please congratulations to our boys!!

The record is 1 to 1

On 10/3,  away game @ Wilberforce, NJ 4:00 PM.

Please not only congratulations them but encourage the boys to keep our
PSD panthers spirit up and going!

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Riverside volleyball

Riverside volleyball team

9/27/18:

JV vs. Hamilton (L)
4-25, 22-25

Varsity vs. Hamilton (W)
25-8, 25-19, 25-21

Watters: 19 assists

Porter: 6 kills
Weiss: 6 kills

Weiss: 8 aces

Metzner: 8 digs

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Rochester soccer

The Integrity Bowl featured the RSD Wildcats against the
Blackhawks of Hope Hall. This is a yearly tradition where
these two teams face off in a non-league friendly game of
soccer. An opportunity where everyone can learn a thing
or two about sportsmanship. The focus of winning and
losing is brought to the back burner for a more important
lesson for our students to learn, and that is
S-P-O-R-T-S-M-A-N-S-H-I-P. Our students have endured some
tough blowouts throughout the years, including this
season. We know what it feels to be on the other side,
and as a team, we’re committed to play with the utmost
integrity. Today, was an opportune time to showcase
this.
Everyone did their best to put on an Oscar worthy performance
to keep the game exciting for the home town crowd. This is the
one and only one game I wouldn’t be too upset if we lost as I
know this team does not have many opportunities to be on the
winning side. To hear their fans cheer so enthusiastically for
their students/children as they move the ball down the field,
brings me goosebumps all over every single time we come down
and play them. Even though it was a chilly afternoon, the game
truly warmed me from the inside out.

We played a respectable game and put on a great show for all in
attendance. Both teams played their “hearts” out and everyone
walked away with a smile on their face. Even though RSD went on
to win the game, the Blackhawks did have many exciting shots on
net. We walked off the field very proud of our team. They
played with class and integrity. A job well done for the
Wildcats.

Final score:
RSD: 4
Hope Hall: 0

Overall record: 3-6

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Washington volleyball

Volleyball Scores: 10/1/18

Lady Terriers 3 @ Hudson’s Bay 0
WSD 25 – BG 17
WSD 32 – bg 30
WSD 25 – BG 18

Record 4-3 (League 0-2)

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random deafsports thoughts

DeafDigest Sports editor likes to do research on past
deaf professional athletes.

Were they really deaf? Were they really hard of hearing?
Were they really late-deafened?

Hard to say. One may make a short mention in a deaf publication
many years way back of a deaf athlete. Was the writer accurate
in saying that the athlete was deaf.

We may never know.

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DeafDigest Sports – October 1, 2018

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

– 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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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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2018 football scores (as of 9/29/18)
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

today’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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Delaware volleyball

against Aquinas:

DSD 18- Aquinas 25
DSD 16- Aquinas 25
DSD 24- Aquinas 26

Next game at NJSD on 10/3.

0-2 record

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Fremont winter season coaches

Varsity Cheerleading
Amelia Ortiz – Head Coach
Christopher Joseph – Assistant Coach

Varsity Girls Basketball
Daryl Wetzel – Head Coach

Junior Varsity Girls Basketball
Richara Glenn – Head Coach

Varsity Boys Basketball
Joshua Weinstock – Head Coach
Kevin Bella – Assistant Coach

Junior Varsity Boys Basketball
Matt Cerar -Head Coach
Marcus Winn -Assistant Coach

Varsity Wrestling
Mike Sidansky – Head Coach
Mike Estrada – Assistant Coach
Arturo Burgos – Assistant Coach

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Illinois Deaf Volleyball Results  vs. Greenview

Set # 1  14 – 25
Set # 2  13 – 25

Record 0 – 11

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Indiana football

Indiana beat Union Dugger.

What was the score?
Maxpreps said it was 40-28

A local Indiana newspaper said it was 40-30

Bottom line – Indiana won

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Indiana volleyball

beat Indianapolis Lighthouse Charter South 3-0

25-9, 25-7, 25-4

16-11 record

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Maryland football

came from behind to beat Texas 27-20

End of 1st Quarter:
Maryland SD – 0
Texas SD – 0

Halftime:
Maryland SD – 6
Texas SD – 2

End of 3rd Quarter:
Maryland SD – 6
Texas SD – 14

Final:
Maryland SD – 27
Texas SD – 20

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Ohio volleyball & soccer

OSD Soccer:
9/27/18
Olney Friends at OSD

OSD 2
OFS 0

Record: 7-2
A great win over a very quality opponent at home on muddy field
conditions. Indeed a nice win for us after a loss last Monday.

We play at home on Tuesday 10/2 against Village Academy. Come one, come
all to witness us aiming to tie schoolяяs single season win total at 8
wins. We went 8-4 last year and if I recalled right that we went 8-6-1
during Kevin and Neilяяs playing days in 1990s.

OSD Volleyball
OSD at Village Academy

VA      25-25-25
OSD   22-17-21

Record: 1-5

Up next is at WPSD on 10/3/18 in Pittsburgh, PA

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Rochester soccer

Yesterday’s game was all about recognizing and honoring
our 3 Seniors in attendance. 3 amazing students that have
been here since they were little peanuts. We have been
honored and privileged to see them work their way through
the ranks of ECC, middle school and now high school. A
very special group indeed and we were proud to honor them
at halftime with their friends and family.
Thomas Coates — Our captain, an athlete in every sense of the
word. Doesn’t matter what the sport is, he’ll find a way to
excel at the sport, regardless of what it entails. He always
finds a way to be successful. Every single game, he’s one of
the best players on the field, even though there are countless
players who have been playing since they could talk. An amazing
work ethic paired with gifted athleticism is going to breed
some amazing results, and amazing results we have witnessed. In
the short time he’s been playing soccer, I’ve seen this
gentleman, single-handedly dribble by some amazing players and
score a goal. It’s a truly a sight to be seen LIVE!  He will be
dearly missed here at RSD, not only for his athleticism, but
the person he is and has become. He is loved by all, a great
guy all around. There is no doubt in my mind this fine
student-athlete will succeed in life.

Courtney Gentzke — Our other captain. A tenacious, driven,
disciplined hard worker who never complains and always puts out
her best effort on the field. She is an All-Star on and off the
field and there is no doubt in our minds she will succeed at
Gallaudet University. Courtney will go on to do great things
for herself and for the Deaf Community.

Clarence Market — One of the, if not the hardest working
individual I have ever met in my entire life. The only
student-athlete I know that actually works out on the weekend
with a strict, regimented work-out plan. He would sleep in the
weight room if he could. The most coachable student-athlete I
have had the pleasure to work with. There is a lot to learn
from this student-athlete. He might not be the most skilled or
athletic, but he definitely makes up for it with his Heart of a
Champion!

Even though we didn’t have a story book ending to our game
against the Knights, we saw these Seniors fight tooth and nail
on the field with their teammates. Even Thomas Coates, a
defender,  nonetheless, was able to make another run up the
field and score a goal. We definitely didn’t go without a
fight. We also were able to allow some of our younger players
some experience in positions they don’t normally play. Mr.
Perez got a little taste of what it is to be a midfielder and
Cayne Aggas got some time in goal. In the end we lost 2-11 to
an extremely talented Scarlet Knights team, but we were
thrilled to get 2 goals on them, a team that has only ALLOWED 3
GOALS all season up to our game. The score doesn’t truly
reflect how successful we were on the field, but we played
lights out 9 v. 11 for almost the first half. That issue is
another story for another time. Last night was all about
honoring our Seniors, and that’s what we did.

Our head coach, Mary Cook did a phenomenal job at halftime. The
students gave a beautiful bouquet of flowers to their loved
ones and each received a soccer ball signed by everyone on the
team while Cook gave a emotionally filled speech about each
respective senior. It was truly great to see all them honored
at this time in front of their family and friends! An extremely
touching ceremony put on by Ms. Cook.

In the end we did lose, but we look forward to our two major
tournaments coming up next month, Homecoming and ESDAA. This is
what we’ve been working toward and will continue to work
towards. Next week, we have games on Monday and Tuesday, but
both are away. Our next home game won’t be until Homecoming
(hence, why Senior Night was last night!!!!

Final Score:
SK: 11
RSD: 2

Goals: Coates (1)
Tantalo (1)

League Record: 2-6

***** Marcos Maldonado ****** is also a senior. Unfortunately,
he was unable to attend the game. He has been a great, loyal
player to this soccer team. He has been instrumental in our
defensive schemes the past few years. He has helped us earn
countless ESDAA Championships and NDIAA Team of the Year honors
since being on this team. He will also be dearly missed here at
RSD.

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South Carolina football

The game was cancelled due to their players got many injuries
from last week.

So, three straight cancelled games for us.

Hard on all of us

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Tennessee volleyball

Berean Christian (Knoxville, TN)

(L) 3 – 0

8-10 record

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Wisconsin volleyball

WSD Volleyball lost to Waukesha Christian  L 1-3; 25-21-25, 20-25, 21-25

Record 9-4

Next: @Iowa School for the Deaf Saturday Sept 29, 9:00am

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random deafsports thoughts

re above the conflicting scores (Indiana football)
Gallaudet played Lorton Prison football team
(Lorton, VA) in 1967.

Gallaudet won.

Gallaudet said it was 20-0

The newspaper said it was 14-0

What actually happened was that Gallaudet scored a
last second touchdown, but the game was over and
the referees ran off the field – and never signalled
if the touchdown was valid or not!

Lorton Prison was pretty much a scary place to play
football or for fans to watch a football game and
everyone wanted to get out of the stadium ASAP
when the game ended. Hence no one wanted to quibble
about the final score as Gallaudet won the game.

The Lorton team consisted of “basketball-playing”
football players. They avoided physical action,
and relied on their basketball skills to score
touchdowns! The coach was a prisoner, and the
quarterback pretty much drew plays by drawing
diagrams with his fingers on the dirt in the
huddle.

The Gallaudet coach in that game was Gary
Klingensmith.

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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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27

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DeafDigest Sports – September 27, 2018

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

– yesterday football score

– football games this week

– random deafsports thoughts

– volleyball updates

– soccer updates

– Berg/Seeger national deaf track meet

– a cancelled football game

– Gallaudet volleyball wins conference match

– a Gallaudet football honor

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

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

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

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Wednesday football score
St Joseph Academy 47 Florida 6

football games this week

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

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

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

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

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Berg/Seeger national deaf track meet

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

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

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Gallaudet football

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

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

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Gallaudet volleyball

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

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

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Fremont football

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

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

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Georgia volleyball

GSD VS PEPPERELL HIGH

GSD -      4         5
PHS -      25      25

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

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Indiana football

newspaper predictions

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

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Indiana volleyball

defeated Traders’ Point 3-0

25-15, 25-12, 25-10

15-11 record

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Lexington soccer

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

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Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Soccer

Soccer

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

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 0

Sandy Spring Friends School: 7

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Phoenix volleyball

Salome 3, Phoenix 0

Record: 3-7

PDSD                        25      25       25
Mingus Mountain Academy     22      16       22

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

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Rhode Island volleyball

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

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

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

WBCA – 4  4  – 8
RISD  -  4  3  – 7

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

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

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Riverside volleyball

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

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Texas volleyball

HS Volleyball

Final:
TSD: 3.
Waco Vanguard: 2.

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

Record- 17-11

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

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St Mary’s volleyball

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

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

Season record:
0-3

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Wisconsin volleyball

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

Record 9-3

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deaf rugby

England Deaf 38 Bulgaria Deaf 25

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deaf cricket

deaf world championships at India, November 23-30

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

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random deafsports thoughts

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

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

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

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

— football games this week

— random deafsports thoughts

— volleyball updates

— soccer updates

— cross country update

— two Gallaudet updates

— Illinois hall of fame

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

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

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

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football games this week

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

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

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

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Gallaudet men’s soccer

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Arkansas volleyball

Community Christian @ ASD

CC   25   25  25
ASD 18   10   22

Record 1 – 12

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Fremont volleyball

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

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Illinois hall of fame
 
from a newspaper story, as edited

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Indiana volleyball

3-1 (L) – ISD vs. Herron

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

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Kansas volleyball

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

Final Scores:

KSD: 18  16  9

KC East: 25 25 25

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

Next Game: Oklahoma (Saturday)

Record: 8-2

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Lexington soccer

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

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

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Lexington volleyball

Lexington at Lawrence Woodmere Academy

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

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

PSAA: 0-3
Overall: 0-3

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

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland Volleyball Results

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

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

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

Milana Bielucke
3 digs, 7 aces

Sascha Tansky
10 assists, 1 dig, 4 aces

Alyssa Glennon
2 kills, 8 assists, 7 aces

Rajena Guettler
5 kills

Hanna Johnston-Shaw
1 dig

Brigitta Luttrell
1 kill, 2 digs

Ariella Zfati
2 aces

Anevay Patterson
2 aces

Meghan Lubehusen
1 ace

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

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Michigan volleyball

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

Record 1-7

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Missouri volleyball

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

0-4 record

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Ohio Soccer
9/24/18
OSD at Johnstown HS

Johnstown 3
OSD 0

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

Record: 6-2

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Riverside volleyball

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

Record:  9-5 (3-2). 

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

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South Carolina volleyball

Dixie 25 25 25
SCSDB 11 11 9

Overall 0-7

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Texas cross country

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Washington volleyball

WSD Volleyball Scores: 9/25/18

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

Record 3-2 (League 0-1)

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Western Pennsylvania soccer & volleyball

YESTERDAY’S RESULTS

SOCCER – lost to Portersville Christian, 3-1

LEAGUE RECORD: 2-5-0

OVERALL RECORD: 3-6-0

MIDDLE SCHOOL SOCCER – no game

LEAGUE RECORD: 2-1-0

OVERALL RECORD: 3-2-0

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

OVERALL RECORD: 0-5-0

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

LEAGUE RECORD: 3-3-0

OVERALL RECORD: 4-4-0

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random deafsports thoughts

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

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DeafDigest Sports – September 25, 2018

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

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
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ISD vs TJ Frosh (3A school)
24-26
11-25
Lost
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ISD vs.  Lewis Central  (4A school) Frosh
1-25
12-25
Lost
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ISD vs Treynor Frosh  2A school
7-25
8-25
6-25
Lost
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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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