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Dec
07

2014/12/07

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DeafDigest Sports – December 7, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

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- basketball updates

- Gallaudet updates

- miscellaneous stories

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won/lost records – as of December 7, 2014
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

Bison win GU Holiday Tournament for a second straight year, Gage named MVP
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wbkb/2014-15/releases/recap_hcc

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Hot shooting Alfred gets by Bison to win GU Holiday Tournament
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mbkb/2014-15/releases/recap_alfred

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Gallaudet swimming

Gallaudet competes on the road in quad meet
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mswimdive/2014-15/releases/recap_cobleskill

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American girls’ basketball

New Jersey Tip Off Tournament Result

Saturday December 6th 2014

American School for the Deaf:23 New Jersey School for the Deaf: 17

** American School for the Deaf’s Girls basketball team won the
Championship against New Jersey School for the Deaf**

American School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Basketball Record: 4-1

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Arkansas basketball

2014 Leopard Classic – Arkansas

 

Saturday, December 6, 2014 Results:

 

Girls

 

Oklahoma 39, Louisiana 27

Texas 63, Louisiana 20

Oklahoma 44, Arkansas 27

Boys

 

Oklahoma 57, Louisiana 36

Texas 48, Louisiana 18

Oklahoma 45, Arkansas 42, OT
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Indiana girls’ basketball

newspaper story

Indiana Deaf 67, Illinois Deaf 19.
Notable: Isabella Paulone (Ind.) 21 points

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Indiana boys basketball

Illinois Deaf 50
Indiana Deaf 51
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Indiana wrestling

newspaper story

Wrestling: Bulldogs win 6-way

CAMBRIDGE CITY, Ind. . Centerville won Saturday’s Lincoln 6-Way
Invitational as the Bulldogs went 5-0.

Centerville defeated Indiana School for the Deaf (61-18), Eastern Hancock
(43-30), Daleville (64-18), Blue River (78-0) and Lincoln (69-12).

Lincoln went 2-3 and finished fourth with wins over Blue River (48-21) and
Daleville (42-30).

The Bulldogs crowned six champions . Luke Markley (106 pounds), Elijah
Phillips (113), Alston Jenkinson (120), Javon Phillips (132), Isaiah
Michaels (152) and Cameron Deloney (220).

Summary:

Team results-1. Centerville 5-0, 2. Eastern Hancock 4-1, 3. Indiana School
for the Deaf 3-2, 4. Lincoln 2-3, 5. Daleville 1-4, 6. Blue River 0-5.

106-Markley (CEN). 113-E.Phillips (CEN). 120-Jenkinson (CEN).
126-Henderson (EH). 132-J.Phillips (CEN). 138-Todd (IND SCHOOL). 145-Shade
(IND SCHOOL). 152-Michaels (CEN). 160-Waterman (EH). 170-Brinson (EH).
182-Bowman (EH). 195-Maddox (DALE). 220-Deloney(CEN). 285-Clark (DALE).

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

Viking Classic at Georgia School for the Deaf

Saturday morning game:

Tennessee School for the Deaf 49, Kentucky School for the Deaf 33

KY School f/t Deaf          6      13      23     33

Tenn. School f/t Deaf      9      24      36     49

KY School f/t Deaf (1-2)- Dillon Maynard 5, Ryan Mayes 6, Jeffrey Couch 15, Irvin Herrera 5, Ricky Hubbard 2.

Tenn. School f/t Deaf (3-2)- Ellery 8, Jones 14, Witherspoon 25, H. Johnson 2, Webster 0. 

Tennessee School for the Deaf closed the first half with a 9-0 run to put the game away.

Dillon Maynard- 9 rebounds, 2 steals

Irvin Herrera- 3 assists

Saturday evening game:

Kentucky School for the Deaf 40, Georgia School for the Deaf 26

KY School f/t Deaf         10     22     26     40

Ga. School f/t Deaf         4      11     18     26

KY School f/t Deaf (2-2)- Dillon Maynard 10, Ryan Mayes 14, Jeffrey Couch 5, Irvin Herrera 2, Ricky Hubbard 8, Aaron Howard 1.

Ga. School f/t Deaf (0-5)- Fortes 5, Martinez 4, Walton 13, Baczyaski 2, Windham 2.

KSD- 17 steals

Dillon Maynard- 8 rebounds, 2 assists, 4 steals, 2 blocked shots

Ryan Mayes- 6 steals 

Dillon Maynard and Ryan Mayes were named to the Viking Classic All-Tournament team

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Minnesota basketball

This am- Msad girls defeated Iowa, 57-5. Now 3-2

This afternoon- Msad boys defeated Iowa, 67-22. Now 4-2
Msad gbb defeated Wisconsin deaf, 42 to 14.
4-2 now
Msad bbb defeated Iowa, 67 to 17

5-2 now
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Model girls’ basketball

Washington Latin 
50

Model
24

1-2 record

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Model boys’ basketball

Thursday & Saturday – St. Andrew’s Holiday Tournament

Model 42
St. Anselm’s Abbey 43

Model 32
Sandy Spring Friends 41

Record:  1 win 3 losses
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New Jersey Tip Off

18th Annual NJSD Tip Off Tournament Results
December 5th and 6th, 2014

Girls
1st     American
2nd     New Jersey
3rd     Lexington
4th     New York
Sportsmanship Award – New York

All Tournament Team
Brittany Torres, NY
Victoria Pon, NY
Aaliyah Dawkins, NJ
Elvira Kabanova, NJ
Regina Fuller, ASD
Nikita Malbach, ASD

Boys
1st     New York
2nd     American
3rd     Lexington
4th     New Jersey
Sportsmanship Award – New Jersey

All Tournament Team
Amon Baldwin, NJ
Samer Abualya, Lex
Jonathan Clark, ASD
Robert Milone, ASD
Wigner de La Cruz Mota, NY
Agron Deski, NY

Friday Game Scores
Girls
NJ  30             NY  10
ASD  37            Lex 31

Boys
NY  53   Lex  42
NJ  33   ASD  61

Saturday Game Scores
Girls
NY 9  Lex  27
NJ  17   ASD  23

Boys
NJ 20  Lex  69
ASD  29   NY  51

Congratulations to all the athletes and coaches!

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New Mexico girls’ basketball

For the final game of the High Desert tournament, we played ATC.  We
played strong this morning and senior Amberley Luna scored 20 points and 8
steals off
ATC, while sophomore Janell Miller finished with a double-double.  14
points and 11 rebounds.  Our record now stands at 1-4.  I look forward to
seeing my
girls develop further this season.  

Next game will be vs MDS this Tuesday.
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South Carolina boys’ basketball

SCSDB- 16 15 17 7-55
GSD. – 8 11 9 18- 46

SCSDB-T. Smith-16, Griffin-11, Cheeks-9, Bibbs-7, K.Smith-7,Moore-5
GSD- Walton- 20, Martinez-10, Buczynski-6, Forbes-5, Miles-3, Windham-2

SCSDB- 13 13 6 0-32
TSD. – 29 19 22 7-76

SCSDB-Griffin- 8, Cheeks-8, Moore-5, T. Smith-5, Bibbs-2, K. Smith-2,Martynuk-2
TSD-Jones-18, Witherspoon-14, Ellzey-13, Johnson-9, Robinson-8,Baril-3,Cunningham-3, Webster-8

SCSDB record (3-3)

 

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Nov
22

2013/11/22

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DeafDigest Sports – November 22, 2013

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Hot DeafSports News

– information about going to the Gallaudet-Hobart game

– Volleyball Team of the Year, Fremont or Maryland ?????

– Volleyball All-American team

– basketball scores

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Volleyball Team of the Year – California School for the Deaf at Fremont

and

Volleyball Team of the Year – Maryland School for the Deaf

(above are Team of the Year honors NOT Co-Team of the Year honors)

Why?

1. Fremont and Maryland split 2 matches with each other at the Spike Out.
Yes, Fremont is the Spike Out champions, but it was still a split.

2. Maryland defeated a previously unbeaten school for the private schools
volleyball championship. This is a big accomplishment.

3. Fremont advanced as far as possible into the league and the BCS
playoffs, which is a big accomplishment. Very difficult to defeat Anderson
Valley which is now 25-2

Congrats, Fremont and Maryland!

previously announced:
Team of the Year, soccer – Lexington
Team of the Year, 8-man football – Minnesota
Team of the Year, 11-man football – Florida

End of Fall Season sports; we now focus on Winter Season sports

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DeafDigest Volleyball All-American team

Alabama
Tuesdae Dunklin

Arizona
Vanessa Robledo

Colorado
Skylar Sypher

Delaware
Hailey Henshaw

Eastern North Carolina
Shaqwanna Green

Florida
Shua Clay

Fremont
Darriyan Thomas

Indiana
Britta Schwall

Kansas
Kylie Garcia

Learning Center
Marissa McBride

Maryland
Tessa Lewis

Michigan
Hannah Wears

Minnesota
Tabitha Anderson

Missouri
Odalis Araujo

New Jersey
Liliana Martinez

New Mexico
Amberley Luna

New York
Rosa Padilla

Riverside
Alana Smith

Rochester
Sarah Stanislow

South Carolina
Kia Smith

St Mary’s
Shakena Ward-Brassell

Tennessee
Michaela Evans

Texas
Kylene Etkie

Western Pennsylvania
Jaime Friday

Wisconsin
Lyssa Matsche

Team of the Year – Fremont
Team of the Year – Maryland
Player of the Year – Tabitha Anderson, Minnesota

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as revised

8-man football All-American team

Arkansas
Marlin Thurlkill

Colorado
Aaron Kellogg
Brian Fuller
Patrick McCarthy
Elijah Needs

Eastern North Carolina
Drequawn White

Georgia
Joshua McTaggart
Rakeen Johnson
David Martinez

Iowa
Dakota Meyer

Louisiana
Michael James
Joanathan Ross
Shedrick Reed

Michigan
Asante Matten
Jamar Mitchell
Austin Blair
Kegan Linton

Minnesota
Junior Peters
Sammy Ellenbecker
Garrett Springer
Anthony Barger

Mississippi
Warren Dillon
Aldarius Trice

Missouri
Nick Jones
Joseph Allen

New Mexico
Mark Chavez

North Carolina
Gustavo Lucha

Oklahoma
Alex McCool
Sean Thomas Sledd
Kentrell McCoy

Phoenix
Eric Blount
Alexandro Navarro
Jonathan Garcia
John Ta Price
Alberto Godinez

South Carolina
Elijah Griffin
Drequan Cheeks
Fernandez Johnson

Tennessee
Rashard Witherspoon

Washington
Trevor Dockter
Wyatt Hurd
Jacob Tufton
Norinston Joe
Juan Arroyo-Gaytan

Wisconsin
Jose Zepeda-Amador
Tanner Evans
Daniel Romero
Zominque Walker

Team of the Year – Minnesota
Coach of the Year – Sammy Oates, Michigan
Player of the Year – Jose Zepeda-Amador, Wisconsin

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Gallaudet football

2013 NCAA Division III football tournament Gallaudet vs. Hobart first round information
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/fball/2013-14/releases/ncaaround1info

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Gallaudet basketball

men’s
Hood 83 Gallaudet 56

women’s
Hood 83 Gallaudet 69

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Arkansas basketball

The ASD Leopards traveled to Hot Springs Vlg., AR yesterday to play
against the very talented Christian Ministries Academy. ASD lost
three of the four of the games:

 

Arkansas JV Girls 19 – 12 CMA

Arkansas JV Boys 20 – 37 CMA

Arkansas V Girls 32 – 54 CMA

Arkansas V Boys 36 – 49 CMA

 

The JV teams will play at home following the thanksgiving break, and
the varsity teams will travel to Oklahoma for the Southwest (Indian)
Classic Tournament Dec. 6-7.

 

’13-’14 ASD BB Records

ASD JVG (1-0)

ASD JVB (0-2)

ASD VG (0-2, 0-0 vs Deaf)

ASD VB (0-2, 0-0 vs Deaf)

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Florida girls basketball

FSDB vs Halifax Academy                                 11/21/13
Varsity Lady Dragons
1st Quarter- 16-0                       Record: 3-1
2nd Quarter- 31-4                       
3rd Quarter- 51-6                                                    
4th Quarter- 56-10 

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Georgia football

http://www.myfoxatlanta.com/story/24039718/deaf-football

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Mississippi girls

Mississippi School for the Deaf Varsity girls (1-2) vs Louisiana School
for the Deaf

Mississippi by Quarters 23,  10,  13,  12

Louisiana by quarters

0,  2,  5,  0

Final 58-7
Top scorers Msd
Kylisha Cathey – 18
Jaleah Dortch – 13
Shanieka Coleman – 10

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New Jersey basketball

The basketball season got going the begining of November for the Colts. We
have three new coaches this year and are excited with the new blood!
 
Boys
Head Coach – Mike Krieger, 1st year
Assistant Coach – Chris Webb, 1st year
 
Girls
Head Coach – Maria Morrongiello – 8th year
Assistant Coach – Brittainy Payne, 1st year
 
Go to mksd.org and click on the Colt. When you get to our Athletic home
page the menu on the left click on schedules for a complete game schedule.
Make sure you look at the revised date as the schedule changed often.
 
Up coming Tip Off Tournament and Homecoming celebraton on December 13th
and 14th. Don’t miss it.
 
Varsity girls and boys teams from Rochester, New York – Fanwood, Lexington
and of course New Jersey will be participating.

Go to MKSD.org for more information.

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New Mexico girls’ basketball

Desert Academy 25 New Mexico School for the Deaf 51

We were glad to welcome back three starters that were not on the
court last year.  That, in combination with new blood in freshman
Janell Miller, led NMSD to its first win of the year.  Senior
Kimberly Herrera had 5 steals and scored 31 points while Janell
Miller finished with 12 points and 24 rebounds on the evening.
 Janell Miller achieved a double double in her freshman varsity
debut, which is impressive.  The team overall did a great job.  They
were prepared for the game and arrived at the gym ready to play.
 Next game: Desert Academy tournament, December 5th-7th.

Record: 1-0

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New York basketball

Girls Basketball

NYSD 21  French Americans 18

Holly had 17 points

1-0

Boys Basketball

NYSD 35    French Americans 45

NYSD 0-1

Despite Dennis Williams putting 18 points on the board, the Tornadoes
lost to French-American school 45-35. French-American school grabbed
the lead against the Tornadoes on a two-pointer from #20 in the
second period and held on. On the third quarters, They were tied.
After fourth quarters, they struggled with offensive score.

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Pennsylvania basketball

we just had our first games last night.

PSD Girls lost to DSD
4-51

PSD Boys lost to DSD in a close and exciting game!
36-40

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Tennessee basketball

TSD vs Berean Christian

Lady Vikings lose 30-38

Record 1-1

 

Vikings lose 41-64

Record 1-1

 

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Nov
20

2013/11/20

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DeafDigest Sports – November 20, 2013

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Hot DeafSports News

– write up on Gallaudet football player

– basketball scores

– Deaf All-American 8-man football team

– Deaf All-American soccer team, as revised

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To be announced
Team of the Year – volleyball

previously announced:
Team of the Year, soccer – Lexington
Team of the Year, 8-man football – Minnesota
Team of the Year, 11-man football – Florida

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2013 DeafDigest Sports All-American 8-man football team

Arkansas
Marlin Thurlkill

Colorado
Aaron Kellogg
Brian Fuller
Patrick McCarthy

Eastern North Carolina
Drequawn White

Iowa
Dakota Meyer

Louisiana
Michael James
Joanathan Ross
Shedrick Reed

Michigan
Asante Matten
Jamar Mitchell
Austin Blair
Kegan Linton

Minnesota
Junior Peters
Sammy Ellenbecker
Garrett Springer
Anthony Barger

Mississippi
Warren Dillon
Aldarius Trice

Missouri
Nick Jones
Joseph Allen

New Mexico
Mark Chavez

North Carolina
Gustavo Lucha

Oklahoma
Alex McCool
Sean Thomas Sledd
Kentrell McCoy

Phoenix
Eric Blount
Alexandro Navarro
Jonathan Garcia
John Ta Price
Alberto Godinez

South Carolina
Elijah Griffin
Drequan Cheeks
Fernandez Johnson

Tennessee
Rashard Witherspoon

Washington
Trevor Dockter
Wyatt Hurd
Jacob Tufton
Norinston Joe
Juan Arroyo-Gaytan

Wisconsin
Jose Zepeda-Amador
Tanner Evans
Daniel Romero
Zominque Walker

Team of the Year – Minnesota
Coach of the Year – Sammy Oates, Michigan
Player of the Year – Jose Zepeda-Amador, Wisconsin

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2013 DeafDigest Sports All-American soccer team, as revised

American
Jonathan Campoverde
Christopher Ramaza
Robert Milone
Nahyan Al Elisa

Atlanta Area
Moise Gatua

Learning Center
Iromilison “Ro” Centeio

Lexington
Raymond Mukhailov
Samer Abualya
Suraj Ghale
Andy Espinal
Jia Cheng Huang

New Jersey
Charles Florestal
Joey Bingham
Tamar Taylor

New York
Jake Pacheco

Rhode Island
Jairee Hill
Tyler Travers
Justin Rahn

Rochester
Tim Artinian
Ryan Clark Sulkey
Chris Mitchell
Ahmed Mahmoud

Western Pennsylvania
Travis Frye
Seth Reeves

Team of the Year – Lexington
Player of the Year – Tim Artinian, Rochester

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to be announced Thursday – Deaf 11-man Football All-American team

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Write up on Gallaudet football player

http://www.yourdailyjournal.com/news/home_top-news-news_local_features/2915193/Newton-is-a-part-of-history

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Arkansas basketball

The ASD Leopards traveled to Van Buren, AR yesterday to play against Van
Buren Christian Academy, for the school’s
opening games of the 2013-2014 basketball season. ASD lost all three of
the games:

 

Arkansas JV Boys 18 – 34 VBCA

Arkansas V Girls 17 – 24 VBCA

Arkansas V Boys 40 – 61 VBCA
 

All four ASD teams will play on Thursday in Hot Springs Vlg., AR against
Christian Ministries Academy.

’13-’14 ASD BB Records

ASD JVG (0-0)

ASD JVB (0-1)

ASD VG (0-1, 0-0 vs Deaf)

ASD VB (0-1, 0-0 vs Deaf)

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Florida football

newspaper story:
http://staugustine.com/opinions/2013-11-20/best-wishes-dragons-your-national-crown#.UozR0GLQESU

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Florida girls’ basketball

FSDB vs  Beacon of Hope                                 11/19/13

Varsity Lady Dragons
1st Quarter- 8-9                        Record: 2-1
2nd Quarter- 18-9                       
3rd Quarter- 26-17                                                   
4th Quarter- 42-17                                                  

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Fremont volleyball

plays tonite in NCS Final Four playoffs at 24-2 Anderson Valley

Fremont is 24-7 for the season

the winner goes to the NCS championship match

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Indiana girls’ basketball

Indiana beat Daleville 53-45

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Louisiana boys’ basketball

False River Academy 44 Louisiana School for the Deaf 33

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Louisiana girls’ basketball

False River Academy 49 Louisiana School for the Deaf 4

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North Carolina boys’ basketball

NCSD   14
TSD     73

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Tennessee basketball

Lady Vikings defeat North Carolina 38-14

Vikings defeat North Carolina 73-14

Both boys and girls are 1-0 on the season
 

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20

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– Northern Regional soccer tournament

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2013 football schedule – games between deaf schools

http://deafdigest.com/2013-football-games-between-deaf-schools/

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2013 won/lost records – as of 9/20/13

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

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2013 football scores – as of 9/16/13

http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/football-scores/

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football scores
Wisconsin 44 Wayland Academy 28

West Lutheran 39 Minnesota 14
Glendale 82 Oregon 0
Jewell 50 Washington 0

Tennessee 64 South Carolina 14 (game stopped at half time)

Michigan vs Merritt yesterday – score not available

upcoming football games
Sept 20 Texas at Brazos Christian
Sept 20 Phoenix at Salt River
Sept 20 Maryland hosts Options
Sept 20 Florida at Seacoast
Sept 20 Indiana hosts Anderson Prep
Sept 20 Fremont hosts Calistoga
Sept 20 Model at Chavez

Sept 21 Carolinas at Georgia
Sept 21 Louisiana at Oklahoma
Sept 21 Colorado at New Mexico
Sept 21 Illinois hosts Routt
Sept 21 Missouri at Kansas
Sept 21 Arkansas at Iowa

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Teams invited to the Northern Regional soccer tournament
next weekend at Rochester School for the Deaf

Governor Baxter
Ohio
Rochester
Western Pennsylvania

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Gallaudet volleyball

Eagles clip Bison in home opener
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wvball/2013-14/releases/recap_umw

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Alabama volleyball

Wednesday, September 18, 2013 (rescheduled)

At Munford

 

Munford 3  Alabama 1

25-11, 20-25, 25-20, 25-16

 

Season record: 4 – 8

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Arizona volleyball

We lost with 3-1 vs Academy of Tucson

25-19
25-18
25-23
25-11

Again, our seniors.
Vanessa Robeldo made 7 kills and 11 digs.
Carina Adolph made 7 kills and 16 digs.
Sabina Shysh made 9 kills and 16 digs.

Current record is 4-3

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Colorado volleyball

Elbert defeated Colorado in a conference contest, 3-0; 4-25; 4-25; 9-25.

Next game: Colorado at New Mexico on Saturday, September 21.

Record to date: 0-3

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Florida volleyball

September 19, 2013      FSDB vs. Providence     Away    2-6     1-3
                                (District)

FSDB            4       20      11
Providence      25      25      25

The Varsity team was also outmatched tonight.  The first and third games
they just couldn’t get things together and had a tough time breaking
serves.  The second game, they played some subs and it was a great game.
Our girls played extremely well and very aggressively.  It may have been
their best game of the season.  Thankfully, we only play Providence once
and we didn’t have to go to Gainesville to do it  Hopefully this game has
showed the girls what they can do and they will play better against the
teams that we are more competitive with!
The next game will be at Jenkins Middle School against Peniel in Palatka
on Monday, September 23.  JV plays at 6:00.  Please come out and support
the girls, if you can!

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Indiana volleyball

University
won 25-21, 25-15, 25-23

Park Tudor
lost 13-25, 10-25, 9-25

8-6 record

next match
Mon   Sep 23      Broad Ripple

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Lexington soccer

two games were canceled for next week we hope to reschedule or remain canceled for
two games one against Kew Forest HS and another one against PSD.
 
Thursday, September 19th
 
Martin Luther 10 Lexington 2
 
Jackson Heights, N.Y.- Martin Luther the reigining 2012 champions of PSAA Division B traveled to Lexington and
crushed the Bluejays 2-10. Lexington team did their best as we only had six practice sessions before the first
game against a roster that was filled with 7 seniors on the starting line up! Before the game I assumed we would
allow more than 15 goals, I was wrong! Our boys are still picking up the game as we did not pass as much as we
wanted to. However, our newcomer, Raymond Mulhailov scored one penalty kick and missed another penalty kick. Our
other goal was scored by a newcomer freshman, Jaime Pavia Cruz. We switched around 3 goalkeepers to figure out who
would be our stable starter. Jesse Grossman saved 3 out of 7 as he allowed 4 total goals. Taher Chowdhury saved 4
out of 7 as he allowed 3 goals. Jia Cheng Huang saved 8 while allowing 3 goals -saving 8 out of 11 shots. Martin
Luther’s Jay Kim scored 6 goals for his team.
 
Scoring:
Raymond Mukhailov- PK @ 21st minute mark
Jaime Pavia Cruz @ 63rd minute mark
 
Season Record: 0-1  PSAA League: 0-1
 
Next Game: Saturday, September 28th American (ASD) at Lexington (LEX) for Lexington’s Homecoming celebration and
it will be dedicated to Bob Sheiner as he retired this past August.

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Maryland volleyball

Maryland beat St. Maria Goretti, 3-0
score: 25-18, 25-15, 25-19
record: 8-3-1
 
stats
tessa lewis
7 aces, 22 kills, 14 digs
 
kaitlyn weeks
2 aces, 2 kills, 20 assists, 4 digs
 
karita lewis
2 aces, 6 kills, 1 assist, 8 digs
 
sierra mcconville
2 kills, 3 assists, 15 digs
 
alexa paulay-simmons
2 aces, 4 kills, 1 dig
 
monique johnson
3 kills, 3 digs
 
christy zendarski
2 aces, 4 digs
 
bridget berrigan
3 assists

Maryland JV beat St. Maria, 2-0
score: 25-19, 25-18
record: 6-2

……..

Minnesota football & volleyball

Msad football lost to West Lutheran, 14 to 39.

Msad VB defeated Calvin Christian, 3-0.

Msad VB will play Nova this Monday.  Our new rival. 
We lost to them in Conf Championship last year, 2 to 3.

They re undefeated, 7-0 and we re 5-1.

……

Rochester soccer

The wildcats took on a scrappy Union Springs team yesterday and came up
with their 5th victory of the season winning 3-0.  Sean Dinsmore scored
his first career goal as a wildcat.  Tim Artinian also scored for the
wildcats on a beautiful header that slipped past the goalie.  Player of
the game goes to Ryan Clark-Sulkey who played flawlessly in the goal
coming up with some big saves to turn back Union Springs.

RSD is now 5-0-1 and will take on Intensity next Tuesday.  We will also
host the Northern Regional next weekend!

………

South Carolina football

Tenn School for Deaf wins 64-14.

SC’s Chris McLeod had 2 TD passes of 35 and 80 yards to
RJ Jenkins and Elijah Griffin. Next week SCSDB plays
Oak Level on Tuesday at 6pm.

……..

South Carolina volleyball

We were doing better in the beginning and then we had it rough at the
end. We have improved a lot at every game. We enjoyed the game
because we felt that we were able to do better and could have beat
them at least a match, however we continues to practice to become a
better team. We lost to Greer Middle Charter last Tuesday. 25-15,
25-14, 25-9.

Results:
Destiny McCarter – 4 points served, 2 kills, 13 received serves, and
an assist.

Kia Smith – 4 points served, 4 kills, 9 received serves, and 2
blocks.

Lyndsay Shafto – a point served, a received serve, and an assist.

LaQuashus Mack – 3 points served

Telicia Avery – 3 points served, 5 received serves, and 2 assists.

Keona Williams – 2 points served and 2 assists.

3 won and 9 lost 

……..

St Mary’s volleyball

Here is our  first week of St. Mary’s School for the Deaf volleyball game —

Tuesday, Sept. 17th

The score was—- 15 SMSD -25 O’Hara (L) 1st game
                                   23 SMSD – 25 O’Hara  (L) 2nd game
0 win – 2 lost

0 win – 1 Lost – Season record

Thursday, Sept. 19th —

The game score:     SMSD 10  RSD 25  (1st Game)-SMSD  Lost
                                      SMSD 13  RAD 25  (2nd Game)-SMSD Lost
                                      SMSD  12 RSD 25  (3rd Game)- SMSD Lost

0 win – 3 lost

0 – 2 record – Season record

…….

Tennessee football

TSD defeats South Carolina 64-14

Game was stopped at halftime

 

Record 3-2

……..

Tennessee volleyball

TSD Volleyball loses to Hancock County tonight 25-12; 25-7; 25-15

Record 1-9

………

Texas volleyball

SJD     8   8   8
TSD    25  25  25

TSD 18-12 
District 1-1

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Washington volleyball & football

Volleyball – WSD 1 vs. Pope John Paul II 3

PJII 25 – WSD 17
PJII 15 – WSD 14
PJII 25 – WSD 23
PJII 25 – WSD 18

Overall Record: 0-2

Next game: Tuesday, September 24 @ Firm Foundation, 7:00pm

 

Football – WSD 0 @ Jewell 50

Halftime – WSD 0 – Jewell 22

Overall Record: 0-1

 

Next game: Thursday, September 26 vs. OSD, 4:00pm

……

Western Pennsylvania volleyball & soccer

VOLLEYBALL – we’re supposed to travel to Armbrust Christian Academy and but
they called and saying that they’re forfeiting to us….

LEAGUE RECORD: 4-2   OVERALL RECORD:   6-3

SOCCER – playing at Champion Christian – we unleashed 40 shots and allowed only
7 shots (our goalie saved them all!)…   even though we shut them out, we
could only muster 2 goals as their goalie made superb saves from time to time!
We got our goals in the 2nd half (60th and 64th minute mark).

won 2-0

LEAGUE RECORD:  4-1-1   OVERALL RECORD: 6-1-2

……

Wisconsin football

WSD did play Wayland Academy Trojans yesterday afternoon. Wayland Academy
scored a touchdwn on their opening drive within 10 plays later. Our
football boys responded 4 straight touchdowns including 32 unanswered
points in the first quarter and in the early of second quarter. Firebirds
led 38 – 14 during the halftime. WSD’s offense took advantage to control
the ball possession plus clock management in the second half. Wayland
Academy did not give up and came back in the late of thrid quarter and in
the early of fourth quarter. WSD did not score in the fourth quarter as
our defense continued to stall Trojans’ offense on their several drives.
Coaches noticed that WSD football boys have been shown improvement
performances on our defense contributions. We will play against ALCS on
next Tuesday afternoon.

Wayland Academy  6   8   6  8   28
Wisconsin       24  14   6  0   44

Record: 2 – 1

   

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Great Plains track championships

http://www.southernminn.com/faribault_daily_news/sports/local/article_d97a4b6a-2a37-5191-8fd7-8302cad4ef56.html

 
……..

Gallaudet baseball

Gallaudet clinches top-seed in NEAC baseball tournament with sweep of Penn St.-Harrisburg
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/bsb/2012-13/releases/recap_psh

GU baseball reaches 20 wins for second straight year, Bison split final regular-season doubleheader
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/bsb/2012-13/releases/recap_smc

……..

Gallaudet softball

Bison conclude season at home, bid farewell to three seniors
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/sball/2012-13/releases/recap_psa2

Gallaudet held scoreless against St. Elizabeth
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/sball/2012-13/releases/recap_stelizabeth2

………

Gallaudet men’s track

Darius Flowers breaks his own long jump school record at Paul Kaiser Classic
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mtrack/2012-13/releases/recap_shippensburg

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Gallaudet women’s track

Bison 4×400 meter relay team places 9th at Paul Kaiser Classic
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wtrack/2012-13/releases/recap_shippensburg

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Maryland baseball

We lost to Palotti baseball 22-6

Jad Gore 3-3
Gareth Hayes 1-3
Jake Grindstaff 1-3

Grindstaff losing pitcher. 4 Strikeouts

……….

South Carolina track

SCSDB Region Track Completed – One Athlete Makes it to Upperstate
 
The track HORNETS were flying fast yesterday. SCSDB track members ran
several of their BEST times all year.
Douglas Holmes cut 4 seconds off his county 110 hurdles time and came
in 3rd and Qualified to go to UPPER STATE meet In 20.18. He later
helped boys 1600 relay drop their time under 5:00 minutes for first
time this year with his team mates Devantes Heywood, David Peck, and
Gerri Morton.
 
Raekwon Alston recorded his best times in 100 (18.4) and 200 (39.4).
With 2 boys absent from the relay, he brought the 400 relay home with
fellow teammates Elijah Griffin, Fernandez Johnson, and Devante
Heywood in 54.5.
 
Alex Duncan ran his best 800(3:44).
 
Elijah Griffin came in 5 in 100 meter in 11.6 and just missed making
Upperstate.
 
The ladies put on their own show as well, especially in the 100 where
all 3 ladies ran their best times.
Katie Roche (17.0), Cheylin Jones (18.4), and Alexis Blandshaw
(19.88).
 
Victoria Trussell had  the crowd clapping with strong finishes as she
pulled Coach Neff, her sighted guide, down the track, in both the 400
and 800.
 
Special thanks to meet director Kim Speer, Joni Canter meet
scorekeeper, SCSDB coaches maintained the grounds, residential staff
and all support over last 2 track days. SCSDB will host Upperstate on
May 4, with Douglas giving his best to make SCSDB proud.
 
The Upperstate will bring in 22 schools from Regions 1, 2, 3 and 4.  

…….

St Marys’ girls track

Yesterday the Lady Bison’s hosted their first official meet against
Cardinal O’hara.  With the weather this season being less than ideal,
it has forced our team to spend the better part of our practices
indoors trying challenge each other as well as simulate events. 
Needless to say, we were excited to finally get out on the track and
match-up against another school.  Coming off an ESDAA championship
last season, we have some newcomers on the team that were looking to
“fill the large shoes” left behind by our graduates.   Although the
competition ended without our desired result (20-64), our fresh faced
rookies really showcased their ability and not only impressed the
coaches but proved they were up to the task.  Jasmine Hollingsworth
placed 2nd in shot-put and 1st in discus, Tracy White hit a personal
record in the long jump, and Jamilia Torres sacrificed her body by
diving over the finish line in the 100m dash to capture 3rd place. 
The coaching staff couldn’t have asked for a better effort by our
Lady Bison’s.  Thank you for all those who came out to show your
support.

INDIVIDUAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS:

 

·         Dinahliz Quinones: 3rd in shot put, 3rd in discus

·         Andrea Lewis: 1st in 800m, 2nd in triple jump, 3rd in 200m

·         Jamilia Torres: 3rd in 100m

……….

St Mary’s boys track

Yesterday, the Bison’s took on Falk and O’Hara in track.  We lost by
a score of Falk 78/O’Hara 39/SMSD 20.

April 25th  Falk 78    O’Hara 39      SMSD 20

Long Jump          Rhoades (16′  ½”…4TH)….Spencer(15′
3″)….Meyers(11′ 5″)

Triple Jump        Rhoades (32″ 6 ½ “…3rd)…….Reh (28′ 11
½”….4th)

Shot Put               Robinson (35′ 4 ¾ …1st)…..Miazga (18′ 10 ¼
“)….Rodgers (20 ‘ 8 ¾ “)

Discus                   Robinson (99′ 17″….1st)

High Jump          No entry

100M                     Reh (14.3…4th)……Rodgers (18.0)

1600M                  Meyers (6:23.7)

400M                     Robinson (68.3…3rd)……Rhoades
(69.5….4th)

800M                     Reh (2:56.2….4th)…..Spencer (3:00.8)

200M                     Miazga( 41.2)….Cannizzaro (43.3)

3200M                  Meyers ( 15:17.2…..4th)

4 x 400                  Reh, Rhoades, Spencer, Robinson…..5:26.8

4 x 100                  Spencer, Rodgers, Cannizzaro,
Miazga…..1:03.0

Points Scored

Robinson          12 points

Rhoades              4 points

Reh                        3 points

Meyers                1 point

 

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Gallaudet softball

Gallaudet blows past Trinity in doubleheader sweep
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/sball/2012-13/releases/recap_trinity

……….

Gallaudet Florida trips

Gallaudet baseball and softball teams prepare for Spring Break games in Florida
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/bsb/2012-13/releases/preview_springbreak

……….

Fremont wrestling

All-BCL-East

First team

113 — Mijail Enriquez (Ca. School for the Deaf) So

……….

South Carolina track

SCSDB Track Team Works Hard At The First Two Meets

Woodruff Meet last Week

This was SCSDB’s first meet for 11 rookie runners and 2 first year
coaches. We all learned so much. The talk of the meet was how well
Victoria Trussel (Robertson) ran 800meter with Coach Neff and smiled
the entire way. Then Raekwon Alston ran the 400 under 2:00 using his
blade and never walked: he got a standing ovation from athletes and
fans of all schools. The field events stopped their field events to
see him finish.

Derrick Good improved his best shot put toss by 3 feet. Jada Good and
Lyric Bratcher had their best throws in shot and discus. Fernandez
Johnson improved his triple jump over 2 feet. SCSDB track team may be
young, but we are improving daily.

Christ Church Meet last Night

Bottom line: COLD>>COLDER>>COLDEST night of track season. As Victoria
Trussell asked. “Coach, did the water I spilt on my sweats turned to
ice yet!!!” She had just run her best time in the 800 finishing to 8
teams cheering her to the finish line. YOU HAD TO BE THERE. Other
highlights: Derrick Good threw well over 30 feet in shot. Lyric
improved 8 feet in discus, Fernandez  Johnson held his own in triple
jump beating half the guys.

Elijah Griffin beat 4 boys in high jump, Devantes Heywood beat 3 long
jumpers and Katie Roche ran 200 in her best ever 39.68. Douglas
Holmes ran 1:10 in 400, his best ever in 2 years. Next meet is March
20th at SCSDB.

……..

USADB News Fwd: 2013 NEAAD Basketball Tournament results attached

We had 5 men and 3 women teams at our tournament last weekend hosted
by Worcester Deaf Club. All of the games were at The Learning Center
School for the Deaf in Framingham, Massachusetts.

Bridgeport men’s basketball team won their 12th NEAAD champion in row
with a 78-60 win over Brattleboro (VT). Worcester Lady Atomics won
the women’s champion.

NEAAD has 4 confirmed men and 1 confirmed women team going to USADB
tournament with 1 men and 1 women team pending.

……….

2013 World Deaf Curling Championships

Canada defeated Russia 10-8 to win the 2013 World Deaf Curling Championships

…….

latest deaf bowler to bowl a 300 game

http://www.hickoryrecord.com/morganton/sports/article_0b148c42-8ce2-11e2-b028-0019bb30f31a.html?photo=0

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DeafSports Trivia

Q. Who was the first deaf bowler to bowl a 300 game?

A. Andy McGrath, Detroit, MI in 1941

interestingly enough he was not a star bowler, only bowled
150 average throughout his career

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held on January 17-19, 2013

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DeafDigest Sports All-American 8-man football team

Arizona – Dario Zaldivar
Arizona – Nathan Amann

Carolinas – Oscar Guevara
Carolinas – Roderick Gooden
Carolinas – Tilford McNeil

Colorado – Bryan Ortiz
Colorado – Zaine Bartram
Colorado – Aaron Kellogg

Georgia – Jay Matthew
Georgia – Jaquari Cotton
Georgia – Joshua McTaggart

Iowa – John Isaacson
Iowa – Elias Perez

Kansas – Alfonso Torres
Kansas – Randy Ahtone
Kansas – Steven Keller

Louisiana – Anthony Johnson
Louisiana – Jhon Alba-Cruz
Louisiana – Devin Dehart

Minnesota – Shawn Novella
Minnesota – Brennan McDonough
Minnesota – Garrett Springer
Minnesota – Sammy Ellenbecker

Mississippi – Keith Brignac
Mississippi – Aldarius Trice
Mississippi – Warren Dillon

Missouri – KiJuan Monroe
Missouri – Nick Jones
Missouri – Joseph Allen

New Mexico – Ty Wilding
New Mexico – Julio Ruiz
New Mexico – Immanueal Neubauer

Oklahoma – Kevin Smith
Oklahoma – Alex McCool
Oklahoma – Andy LoBaugh

Phoenix – Darrien Aquirre
Phoenix – Eric Blount
Phoenix – Alejandro Navarro

South Carolina – Elijah Griffin

Tennessee – Ethan Swafford
Tennessee – William Cansler
Tennessee – Rashard Witterspoon

Wisconsin – Jose Zepeda-Amador
Wisconsin – Dakota Steinmetz

Team of the Year – Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf

and

Team of the Year – New Mexico School for the Deaf

Player of the Year – Shawn Novella,MinnesotaStateAcademy for the Deaf

 

And

 

Player of the Year – Ty Wilding, New MexicoSchool for the Deaf

…….

Gallaudet men’s basketball
Seeber, Kelly hit double figures as Bison fall to Mary Washington
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mbkb/2012-13/releases/recap_umw

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Arizona girls’ basketball

ASDB Girls’ Basketball

 

Here are the results of our last 3 games:

 

11/29     Desert Christian   52     ASDB 28

 

11/30     St. Gregory 56             ASDB 33

 

12/4       ASDB  38                    Tohono O’odham  31

 

 

Overall Record is 1-4.

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Arizona boys’ basketball

Tohono O’ Odham 51 vs. Arizona 45
 
record 0-4
 
Next game vs GreenField Hs on 12/5/12

……..

Arkansas boys’ basketball

The ASD Boys traveled to Pine Bluff, AR yesterday to play against St. Joseph Catholic.

                JVB (L) 16-23

                VB (L) 37-51

 

The Varsity teams will travel tomorrow morning to Austin, TX to play in the Southwest (Ranger) Classic Basketball
Tournament at the Texas School for the Deaf.

The game schedule for the Leopards will be:

                Friday 12/7

ASD girls vs Texas 10:30am

ASD boys vs Texas 12:00pm

 

                Saturday 12/8

                ASD girls vs Oklahoma 9:00am

                ASD boys vs Oklahoma 10:30am

                ASD girls vs Louisiana 12:00pm

                ASD boys vs Louisiana 1:30pm

                Cheer Competition 3:00pm

……..

Florida football

(newspaper story)

The Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind.s Corey Koski was named to
the North Florida Football All-Conference team. Koski, the Dragons.
quarterback, had 31 total touchdowns. The team finished the season 7-2 .
its best year since 1988.

The South Division Coach of the Year was FSDB.s Eric LeFors

The Dragons as a team won the Sportsmanship Award

……..

Florida girls’ basketball

FSDB vs River City Science Academy                      12/04/12

Varsity Lady Dragons

1st Quarter- 12-2                       Record: 5-1
2nd Quarter- 25-20                      
3rd Quarter- 39-22                                              
4th Quarter- 47-32                                              

……..

Florida girls’ soccer

Palatka defeated host Florida Deaf & Blind, 5-0

……..

Florida boys’ basketball

(newspaper story)

Riverdale City 45, Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind 40: FSDB
dropped its fourth game of the season in a 45-40 loss to Riverdale City.

Harter led the Dragons (0-4) with 17 points. Oscar Aguilar accounted for
eight points. Dakota Kalis added six points. Eduardo Solar scored five
points and Corey Koski scored four.

………

Fremont girls’ basketball

CSD  44  Chinese Christian School 32

 

CSD  13  9  16  6 = 44

CCS    5  8    8  11= 32

 

We won our very first game that happened to be our league game
against Chinese Christian.  This was completely a team effort
with plenty of room for improvement.  We will be participating the
Amador Valley HS Tourney against bigger schools this week.

………

Georgia basketball

GSD GIRLS 15

VALLEY HEAD HIGH 62

2-4-0

GSD BOYS 12

VALLEY HEAD HIGH 58

0-6-0

NEXT GAME GAYLESVILLE HIGH 12/6/12

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Iowa girls’ basketball

Saturday Dec 1st
 
Iowa School for the deaf Girls  31
Minn state Academy for the Deaf 49
 
Johanna Scherling 13 points 9 rebounds  3 assists  2 steals
Cassie Contreras 12 points  15 rebounds  2 steals
Jaymee Keen  2 points  6 rebounds  4 steals
Annette Hough  4 rebounds  2 assists
Marianne Mohr  4 rebounds  2 steals
Annie White  4 points 3 rebounds
 
Saturday Dec 1st
 
Iowa School for the Deaf Girls 17
Wisc school for the Deaf 32
 
Johanna Scherling 7 points  13 rebounds  1 steal 1 assist
Cassie Contreras  8 points 10 rebounds 1 steal
Annette Hough 2 points 8 rebounds 2 assists
Jaymee Keen 2 rebounds 1 steal 1 assist
Marianne Mohr 7 rebounds 1 steal
 
Monday Dec 3rd
 
Iowa School for the Deaf Girls 28
East Mills 29
 
Johanna Scherling 13 points 18 rebounds 5 assists 7 steals 1 block
Cassie Contreras 15 points 8 rebounds 1 assist 1 steal 1 block
Annette Hough 5 rebounds 2 assists 3 steals 1 block
Jaymee keen 5 rebounds
Annie White 3 rebounds
 
0 wins 4 losses
 
Iowa girls are adjusting to their new positions, all four games we
have a lot of open shots that are just not going in.  Each game we
see more positive play from our players.  We just need to sync
together more and not get frustrated.  All four games we have out
rebounded the other teams and had more shots, we just need to get
them in!  The girls have faith they will pull it all together.

……….

Kentucky boys’ basketball

Walden 61, Kentucky School for the Deaf 37

Walden.                                     14      27     45     61
Kentucky School f/t Deaf         10      16     28     37

Walden (1-1)- Al-Saba 2, Burton 8, Davis 25, S. Dowling 11, Haney 1, Holloway 2, Kaufman 2, Kinslow 2, Wunsch 8.

Kentucky School f/t Deaf (1-4)- Dillon Maynard 1, Adam Turner 11, Corey Lewis 14, Bruce Gemmer 7, Ryan Mayes 3, Jeffrey Couch 1.

KSD- 14 of 49 from the field and 7 of 19 from the FT line

Adam Turner- 9 rebounds

Valdin Kudic- 6 rebounds, 4 steals

……….

Maryland girls’ basketball

St. John’s – 36
Maryland School for the Deaf – 20

St. John’s - 11  11  8  6 = 36
Maryland - 2  7  8  3 = 20

Maryland

Emily DeSimone 1 – - – = 2
Mia Goldberg 3 – 0-5 = 6
Tarja Lewis 2 – - – = 4
Tessa Lewis 1 1 – - = 5
Lauren Goldberg 1 – 1-2 = 3

8 1 1-7 = 20

STATS

Emily DeSimone: 3 steals
Mia Goldberg: 3 steals, 7 rebounds
Tarja Lewis: 3 assists
Lauren Goldberg: 6 rebounds 

Record
1-1

………..

Michigan girls’ basketball

game #1 VS. Landmark

us- 21
them- 26

Jennifer Wickman scored 6 points, made 3 assists, 6 rebounds and a steal

Lynnette Dawson made 9 points…. one was a three pointer. 6 rebounds, a block and a steal.

record is 0-1
next game is on thursday december 6.

………..

Michigan boys’ basketball

(newspaper story)

 Landmark Academy to a 44-25 season-opening win against Michigan School
for the Deaf.

………..

Mississippi boys’ basketball

November 8th-
MSD 41  St. Aly 64

November 17th
MSD 31  LSD 59

November 27th
MSD 36   Mize 48

November 29th
MSD 16  Enterprise BH 40

December 3
MSD 33  Sebastopol 46

December 4
MSD 24  McAdams 56

Record 0-6

……….

Missouri girls’ basketball

MSD girls basketball team played Higbee tonight at home.
Huge improvement with their defense. We lost 13-69.

……..

Rochester boys’ basketball

We traveled down to Houghton Academy last night for our second game
of the season.  We started out quickly and put on our press and took
an early lead in the first quarter.  The wildcats went on to win the
game 61-31 to lift our record to 2-0 on the season.

Ryan Clark-Sulkey poured in 23 points for a season high for him.  Tim
Artinian added 22 points and Chris Mitchell had 11 points, 15
rebounds , 8 assists and 7 steals in the win.

We are off to Ohio School for the Deaf on Friday for the Spartan
Classic where we will meet up with Ohio on Friday night and Kentucky
School for the Deaf on Saturday.

………

Rochester girls’ basketball

RSD traveled to Houghton Academy to play their first game of the
season.  Under the direction of new head coach, Charles Palmer, the
team was eager to get this first game underway.  Brianna DiGiovanni
and Gabby Simons led the way for the wildcats as they both scored 15
points.  Brianna added 7 assists and 6 steals while Gabby had 6
steals.  Junior, Sarah Stanislow added 10 rebounds to secure the
36-22 victory over Houghton.  

1-0

………

Tennessee boys’ basketball

The TSD Vikings lost to Midway last night 82-46.

 

Record is 3-3

………..

Texas girls’ basketball

Lost a tough game to Central Texas Christian 54-41

Next up: Ranger Classic this weekend

Current record: 8-2
District Record: 0-1

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Washington girls’ basketball

Lady Terriers 18 vs. Evergreen JV 27

WSD – 6-5-2-4

Record 1 – 1 (League 0-0)

Alejandra Sierra

Alondra Zepeda – 5

Cassie Tracy

Samantha Larios – 3

Brittany Randant – 8

Daniela Chavez

Yessica Jimerez

Haili St. Louis          

Maria Lopez          

Yajaira Bedolla

Kayla Girard – 2

Samantha Rowland

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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

Jefferson County Christian 53 WPSD 12

Jocelyn Demme 5. Hannah Fisher 4.

WPSD overall  0-1. League 0-1

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Wisconsin boys’ basketball

Last night, WSD lost to Grace Christian Academy. Our boys were still
rusty to play ballgame on the court. We will need to continue to work
on our offense tempo adjustment. We will play against Mountain Top
next Monday.

WSD      3       9         2      13         27
GCA      9       11      11     12         43

 

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- basketball updates

 

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2012 winter season won/lost records updated, as of 12/01/12, at http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Deaf All American nominations – deadline Sunday!!

December 2nd is the deadline for invited schools to turn in their All-American nominations; so far many schools have not turned in their nominations

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For 2013 Clerc Classic XIII information, please go to http://csdr-cde.ca.gov/clercclassic/ as the tourney will be held on January 17-19, 2013

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Arizona boys’ basketball

Arizona 26 vs. St. Gregory 56 Record 0-3

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Indiana football

(newspaper story)

Austin Phillips, linebacker, was an area honorable mention

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

Viking Classic 14 at Tennessee School for the Deaf

Friday’s game

Kentucky School for the Deaf 38, Georgia School for the Deaf 27

Kentucky School f/t Deaf          8       23    29     38 Georgia School f/t Deaf            8       14    17     27

Kentucky School f/t Deaf (1-1)- Dillon Maynard 17, Bruce Gemmer 12, Adam Turner 9.

Georgia School for the Deaf- McTaggart 8, Cotton 4, Matthew 11, Estrada 4, McKenzie 0.

KSD- 43 rebounds, 16 steals

Dillon Maynard- 10 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 blocked shots

Bruce Gemmer- 6 of 8 from the field, 4 assists

Adam Turner- 18 rebounds

Valdin Kudic- 10 rebounds, 6 steals

Tyler Epley- 5 steals

Coach Mike Yance’s comments: “I feel Tyler Epley is the player of the game because of his all-out hustle.  We rebounded very well, and I am happy for our boys getting their first victory this season.  We still have a long way to go in several areas, especially free throw shooting.”

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Learning Center girls’ basketball

The Learning Center for the Deaf Lady Ghosts travelled to Falmouth, Maine to New England Schools for the Deaf (NESD) Basketball Tournament. The tourney is hosted by Governor Baxter School for the Deaf. 

The Lady Ghosts played against Rhode Island School for the Deaf. Led by Junior Ashley Kingston, the Lady Ghosts won 52-18.

Ashley Kingston- 27 points, 9 rebounds, 6 assists & 6 steals Jasmine Casella- 10 points, 10 steals, 5 rebounds Jessica Lambert – 13 points, 8 rebounds, 4 steals

Next game, tomorrow in champ match against American School for the Deaf

Record: 2-0

Ashley Kingston is 25 points shy of scoring 1,000th career points here at The Learning Center. She will either achieve the goal tomorrow or Next Wednesday.

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Maryland girls’ basketball

Maryland School for the Deaf Girls Basketball

St. James 32Maryland School for the Deaf 52

St. James – 9  9  8  6  = 32 Maryland – 10  12  12  18  = 52

Maryland

Emily DeSimone 1 1 0-2 = 5 Mia Goldberg 7 – 0-2 = 14 Tarja Lewis 5 – - – = 10 Tessa Lewis 9 – 3-6 = 21 Bridget  Berrigan 1 – - – = 2

23 1 3-10 = 52

STATS

Emily DeSimone: 6 assists, 6 steals, 9 rebounds Mia Goldberg: 3 steals, 7 rebounds Tarja Lewis: 5 assists, 3 steals Tessa Lewis: 3 assists, 7 steals Lauren Goldberg: 4 steals Bridget Berrigan: 3 assists

Record

1-0

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Msryland boys’ basketball

Maryland School for the Deaf Boys’ Basketball – Game #1

November 30, 2012 MSD @ St. James School

               1st  2nd  3rd  4th = Total MSD -       4    10     4     18 =  36 SJ     -     21    15    21    11 =  68

* MSD ORIOLES * Jake Grindstaff – 2 Points Carey Ballard – 5 Points Jake Bonheyo – 6 Points, 3 Steals Bailey Moers – 2 Points Mohamed Kamara – 12 Points, 19 Rebounds, 2 Blocks Cody Moers – 1 Point Diamani McNeely – 2 Points Yave Sanchez – 6 Points, 6 Rebounds

3FG: 1 (Ballard) Free-Throw: 9-25

JayVee Game – MSD JV (1-0) won over St. James, 32-29. Yave Sanchez lead the scorers with 15 points for the O’s.

MSD (0-1) will host home opener against Grace Academy on Thursday, December 6th at Harry G. Benson Gymnasiumm

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New Jersey basketball

New Jersey Basketball Results

Boys 11/27/12 @ NJSD 50 Pennington Prep  40 The Colts opened their season against Pennington at home. All 12 players got into the game but we were led by Fuquan Howard, junior, with 23 points. The Colts lost 4 players to graduation and only Fuquan is a returning starter. We are a young team but coach, Rob Steele expects the team to improve with each game.

11/29/12 @ NJSD  55 (12-13-12-18) PSD  46 (14-7-11-14) The Colts hosted Pennsylvania SD and participated in a very hot game. Leading NJ was point guard Fuquan Howard who had 25 points, 4 steals, 1 assist, 7 rebounds. Marquis Williams who was 6 for 8 from the free throw line chipped in 14 points, 1 block, 1 steal, 1 assist, and 8 rebounds. Ryan Smith controlled the board with 17 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals and 6 points.

Season Record: 2-0

Girls 11/29/12 @ NJSD  23 PSD  31 The Lady Colts opened their season against PSD. They kept it close until the last few minutes. Rebecca Adeyinka lead the team with 6 rebounds and added 6 points. Nicole Baldwin added 5 points, 2 rebounds and 2 steals. Liliana Martinez had 2 points, 1 assist and 1 steal. Elvira Kabanova lead the team scoring with 10 points, 3 rebounds, 1 steal and 1 block. Tateinan LaGuerre had 2 steals and 1 block.

Season Record:  0 – 1

Next game for NJSD, girls and boys, will be next Wednesday December 5th home vs Delaware SD. For more information on the NJSD athletic program go to mksd.org and click on the Colt.

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New York boys’ basketball

NYSD 31 Green Meadows 51

NYSD played tough game against Green Meadows for second game. Our team had showed their hard working until the game was over. Our team had struggled making points in their offense. They did their best to catch up to the opponent?s lead. They lost by 20 points. Regardless my team struggled to win the game, I must praise them for not giving up that game. They have learned how to use plays in right way and would do better for the next game.

Dennis Williams   6 points   5 rebounds   2 assists

Michael Bowling 12 points   7 rebounds   4 steals

Wigner de la Cruz Mota   6 points   4 steals

Agron Deski    3 points

Victor Duran   3 points

Michael Fusiarz    1 points

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Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

PSD Girls vs NJSD

    The Lady Panthers kicked off their 2012-13 basketball season by defeating the Lady Colts of New Jersey School for the Deaf.           PSD     8   7  12   4   31 NJSD   2  11   6   4   23

Junior Tyaisha Hollis recorded a career high of 16 rebounds and she also got on the scoreboard with 8 points. Senior Gixa Rodriguez was our leading scorer with 16 points. She also grabbed 3 rebounds and dished out 3 assists. Our other Senior Sacha Ramos had a productive game with 4 points, 2 rebounds, 3 steals, and 3 assists. Sophomore Brianna Bruce got into the action with 7 boards and she made a 3 point shot. Kim Nguyen ( Sophomore ) contributed to the victory by notching 2 rebounds and 2 steals.

        

 Our next game will take place on December 7th when we travel to Buffalo, New York to play Saint Mary’s School for the Deaf.

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Phoenix basketball

Phoenix Day School for the Deaf Basketball

A flurry of basketball activities . . .

Varsity Boys: Joy Christian (state 3rd-ranked) 57, Phoenix 20 Ranch Solano (state 6th-ranked) 61, Phoenix 20 Paradise Honors 50, Phoenix 48

Varsity Girls: Chandler Prep 35, Phoenix 23 Joy Christian (state 4th-ranked 70, Phoenix 16 Rancho Solano 29, Phoenix 16 Cortez 54, Phoenix 12

Junior Varsity Boys: Joy Christian 44, Phoenix 26 Phoenix 38, Rancho Solano 28

Upper Middle School Boys: Phoenix 34, St. Theresa 28 Phoenix 19, Most Holy Trinity 14 St. Thomas Aquinas 35, Phoenix 17

Lower Middle School Boys: St. Matthews 35, Phoenix 23 Annuvocation Catholic 36, Phoenix 22 Phoenix 21, St. Gregory 14 St. Gregory 20, Phoenix 10

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Rochester boys’ basketball

Rochester Boys Basketball: 1-0

The Wildcats took on Syracuse in their season opener on Thursday.  Coach Helmick recorded his first win in a season opener for the first time in his 8 year coaching career. 

Syracuse        12      9       16      12              49 Rochester       19      10      24      13              66

Chris Mitchell led the team with 23 pts. and 11 rebounds and was 5 for 7 from behind the arc.  Tim Artinian scored 20 pts. and dished out 10 assists and Ryan Clark-Sulkey poured in 21 pts. and had 12 rebounds for Rochester.

Our next game is Tuesday, Dec. 4th as the team travels to Houghton Academy for a 6 pm start.

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South Carolina boys’ basketball

Whitmire -17        8        20      23      69

SCSDB-     11      9        6        18      44

The boys team played hard last night against a good Whitmire Team

Fernandez Johnson scored 20

Raheem Jenkins scored 11

Chris McLeod Scored 3

Elijah Griffin scored 5

DreQuan Cheeks scored 5

They have just pulled off for the Viking Classic in Tenn.

Good luck Hornets!

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Tennessee basketball

XIV Viking Classic

Lady Vikings lose to South Carolina 44-14

Record 0-2

 

Vikings defeat South Carolina 64-34

Record 1-2

 

XIV Viking Classic

Lady Vikings lose to Georgia 49-35

Record 0-3

 

Vikings defeat Georgia 56-16

Record 2-2

 

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Texas boys’ basketball

Won our first game last night against Austin KIPP, (37-36).

Overall Record: 1-0.

Next game: first district game against Central Texas Christian on Dec 4.

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Virginia boys’ basketball

(newspaper story)

VSDB ends slide with win over ENCSD

WILSON, N.C. . The Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind finally ended its long losing streak Thursday night when the Cardinals rallied for a 40-35 victory over the Eastern North Carolina School for the Deaf.

The Cardinals, who had not won a game since the 2010-11 season when they won just one time, fell behind 18-8 after the first quarter. But they held ENCSD to only 17 points over the final three quarters to rally for the victory. Aaron Quillen led the Cardinals (1-4) with 25 points, while Tim Smith added nine.

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Wisconsin boys’ basketball

11/30/12

Wisconsin School for the Deaf hosted Neesam Classic Tournament this weekend. Our boys played their first basketball game against Iowa. We struggled offense possession in the first half. Iowa took advantage inside the paint area. Our boys did play better in the second half and worked hard to stay the close game with Iowa as much as possible. Tomorrow morning, we will play with Metro School Deaf then will play Minnesota tomorrow tonight. Zachary Henry (Freshman) led Firebirds team with 11 points.

Iowa            7       13         9         5         34 Wisconsin       2        8         3        12         25

Record:  0 – 1

 

 

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- dedicating this edition to a special athlete

- volleyball team wins league championship

- soccer team in league championship finals

- Gallaudet updates

- football scores

- updates on college & elite deaf athletes

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2012 fall season won/lost records updated, as of 10/26/12, at
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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football scores updated, as of 10/26/12, at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/football-scores/

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DeafDigest Sports dedicates this edition to Edwin Spatz who
departed us at the age of 99. A resident of David
City, Nebraska, he was the last sole surviving member
of the legendary 1931 basketball team that went
unbeaten and won the state all-classes basketball
championship. After graduating he went back home
and helped work on the family farm.

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Wednesday’s game
10/24 Carolinas hosts Champion Academy
game was canceled

Thursday’s scores
Fremont 24 Emery 0

MAIS 14 Mississippi 6
King’s Way 76 Washington 6

Florida game with Ocala Christian
was canceled because of Hurricane Sandy
Friday’s games
10/26 New Mexico at Reserve
10/26 Riverside hosts Hamilton
10/26 Model at Hyde
10/26 Texas at Central Texas Christian
10/26 Maryland hosts Fairfax Kings
10/26 Alabama hosts Jacksonville Christian

Saturday’s games
10/27 Missouri at Wisconsin
10/27 Georgia at Louisiana
10/27 Oklahoma at Arkansas

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We (Texas School for the Deaf) will host inaugural Willigan
Tournament, formerly called National Deaf Prep Wresling tournament,
in Jan., 2013. 

Willigan Wrestling Tournament:

Dates: Fri. & Sat., Jan. 25th-26th at the Texas School for the Deaf
in Austin, TX.

-    Duals (Friday)

-    Individuals (Saturday)

If you are interested and/or have any questions, please contact Jesse
Bailey, jesse.bailey@tsd.state.tx.us

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Gallaudet women’s swimming

GU’s Alexandra Polivanchuk breaks two school records as Bison drop season opener to Frostburg State
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wswimming/2012-13/releases/recap_frostburg

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Gallaudet men’s swimming

Gallaudet men’s swimming falls in season opener to Frostburg State
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mswimming/2012-13/releases/recap_frostburg

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Gallaudet men’s soccer

GU shutout by first-place Penn St.-Abington, 3-0
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/msoc/2012-13/releases/recap_psa

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Gallaudet women’s soccer

Sofia Lindevall nets her seventh goal of the season in a loss to Penn St.-Abington
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wsoc/2012-13/releases/recap_psa

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Gallaudet volleyball

Gallaudet’s Ann Whited named ECAC Division III South Player of the Week
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wvball/2012-13/releases/ecacpow-oct24

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Gallaudet football

GU’s Adham Talaat named ECAC Division III Northeast Defensive Player of the Week
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/fball/2012-13/releases/ecacpow-oct24

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Gallaudet women’s swimming

Season Preview – Gallaudet’s women’s swimming team looks to build on third-place NEAC finish in 2012-13
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wswimming/2012-13/releases/seasonpreview

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Gallaudet men’s swimming

Season Preview – GU men’s swimming begins new era
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mswimming/2012-13/releases/seasonpreview

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Maryland volleyball

 IPSL Championships

 
 msd beat st. johns CP, 3-1

      25-17, 17-25, 25-17, 25-17
 record: 24 – 10 – 1

stats
tarja lewis
3 kills, 37 assists, 12 digs , 5 aces
tessa lewis
21 kills, 1 block, 10 digs, 2 aces
 
rebecca washington
15 kills, 1 assist, 13 digs, 1 ace
 
mia goldberg
2 kills, 3 digs, 3 aces
sierra mcconville

       11 digs, 1 assist, 4 aces
 
emily desimone
10 digs

JV
msd lost to mt airy christian, 0-2
21-25, 17-25

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Mississippi football

Central baptist ministries from memphis 14 msd 6.

Msd 3 tds were nullified.

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Rochester soccer

Championship Bound!

The Wildcats defeated the Rochester Rapids today in a highly
competitive game that was decided in the second sudden death
overtime!  The wildcats advance to the championship game on Saturday
night with the 4-3 victory.  We will take on the Scarlet Knights at
6:30 pm at the Cohocton Complex.

A huge congratulations go out to Tim Artinian as he scored his 44th
goal of the season breaking the RSD all time single season record of
42 goals that was previously held by Justin DiBiase.  Tim finished
the day with two goals and one assist.

Our record stands at 11-5-3 on the season.
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South Carolina football

Subject: Football Team Ends Season with 30 Offensive Points

Game recap:

In the last game of the year, Hornets’ charge falls short in 58-30
loss to Ft Inn Falcons

This was a game where we wanted to build up from the win last week to
let everyone play and get out on the field. This was accomplished as
we emptied the bench several times to let the young players get some
experience. The defense struggled in the game with the Falcons’
multi-directional offense with reverses and pre-snap motions. This
was our achilles heel. The Hornets continued to chip away at the
Falcons lead on offense with a very good game from Montravious James,
who was inserted in to play QB just before halftime. In just a little
over 2 quarters of play, Montravious dazzled the team with 2 rushing
touchdowns (60 yards and 50 yards), a pass for touchdown thrown to
Raheem Jenkins for 55 yards, and a kickoff return touchdown for 60
yards. Altogether he scored 4 touchdowns in one half! No doubt he
came to play.

On defense, they played hard and I’d like to mention Raheem Jenkins
and Fernandez Johnson for their solid tackling. On one play, the
Falcons attempted a double reverse but RJ was not fooled. He
darted back towards the ball and landed a nice hit on the runner’s
legs to end the play. Well done! Fernandez Johnson also did well
trying to read the offense and predict where they would run. He is
becoming a smart player. I’d like to thank the team for giving effort
and listening to coaches. Our defense would not be as good if it
weren’t for the big boys in the middle of defensive line. David
Martynyuk, TreShaun Smith, Hermani Mesilien – good job on the dirty
work and clogging up the middle to stuff the run. Hats off to Kia
Smith for notching a few tackles last night by pulling their players
to the ground. This experience is invaluable for her.

Even with this year’s record, we think the team gained some
fundamentals and got to taste what victory felt like for Homecoming.
It was the highlight of the season. Hopefully that will drive them to
get stronger and faster for more of those wins next year :)

Game stats:

Yardage (rushing)
TreShaun Smith – 1 yard
David Martynyuk – 1 yard
Christopher McLeod – 20 yards
Rhonte Levine – 32 yards
Elijah Griffin – 14 yards

Montravious James – 139 yards rushing (2 TD’s). On 7 carries, he
averaged a whopping 19 yards per carry.
65 yard kickoff return for TD

Yardage (passing)
Montravious James – 50 yard touchdown pass to Raheem Jenkins
30 yard pass to Fernandez Johnson

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St Mary’s soccer
Having won our two previous games in a row, the Bisons had a lot at
stake for their final game of the season by setting themselves up for
their first potential win streak in a few years. Our team was able to
control the GOW school for the majority of the contest.   We out shot
our opponent 13-4.   Both Lu Reh and Dustin Robinson had their
opportunities with a few break-a-ways but unfortunately we had a
number of attempts that either hit the cross bar, the posts, or just
went a shade wide.  Baylen Oliver proved to be up to the task once
again by making a number of key saves in goal throughout the game.
Unfortunately we had one defensive breakdown that led to a GOW goal
and that was the final outcome, 1-0.  It should be noted that at the
start of our season if we had lost a game 1-0 our players would have
been satisfied that we at least made the game competitive.  Now after
a few wins under our belt our players are no longer content with just
a “good game”.  That is exactly that attitude that we have strived to
achieve this season and hopefully they can bring that mentality into
their next sports season. Please wish the team congrats on what we
would consider a large step in the right direction and congrats to
our Seniors (Jacob Rhoades and Peter Miazga) on the final soccer game
of their high school sports career.

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Washington volleyball & football

Terriers and Lady Terriers scores 10/25.

Volleyball – WSD 3 vs. PJII 0

WSD 25 – PJII 21

WSD 25 – PJII 19

WSD 25 – PJII 22

 

League Record: 2-4

Overall Record: 6-6

Volleyball season is over; team finished 3rd in league.
Football – WSD 6 vs. King’s Way Christian 76

Overall Record: 1-5

Next Game: Thursday, November 1 vs. Lake Quinault, 3:30pm – Last Game
of the season
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Deaf College Athletes:

- Missouri Western – Sydney Andrews, FR, women’s soccer; started all 15
of her team’s 15 games as one of the core starters on the field

- North Dakota – Josefine Jakobsen, SO, women’s hockey; played all 6 games
to date, assisting on two goals

- Northern Colorado – Cameron Friend, SR, football; has played all 7 games
so far as linebacker, making 10 solo and 9 assisted tackles

- Pikeville – Natalie O’Brien, SO (from Cork, Ireland); no longer on the
team

- Queens University – Heather Kennedy, SO, women’s soccer; a recent newspaper
story said she has not yet scored a goal for her team this season
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Elite Deaf Athletes:

- Sean Midnight, pro wrestler, Great Britain; a regular on the British
pro wrestling circuit

- Daryn Miller, auto racing, New York tracks; no updates in two years

- Carl Houdini Morris, pool champion, Great Britain; no recent updates

- Muwwakkil Munir, Lakeland Raiders, Ultimate Indoor Football League;
no recent updates

- Keiko Ogasawara, women’s pro boxing, Japan; has not fought in over
a year; her record stands at 2-1-0

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football scores updated, as of 10/22/12, at:
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upcoming football games

10/23 Minnesota at Mountain Lake (sections playoffs)

10/24 Carolinas hosts Champion Academy
10/24 South Carolina hosts Ft Inn

10/25 Fremont hosts Emery
10/25 Washington hosts King’s Way Christian
10/25 Florida hosts Ocala Christian
10/25 Mississippi hosts MAIS

10/26 New Mexico at Reserve
10/26 Riverside hosts Hamilton
10/26 Model at Hyde
10/26 Texas at Central Texas Christian
10/26 Maryland hosts Fairfax Kings
10/26 Alabama hosts Jacksonville Christian

10/27 Missouri at Wisconsin
10/27 Georgia at Louisiana
10/27 Oklahoma at Arkansas

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Gallaudet volleyball

Gallaudet completes NEAC schedule undefeated, prepares for busy week ahead

ABINGTON, Pa. – Gallaudet University concluded its North Eastern
Athletic Conference (NEAC) women’s volleyball regular-season schedule
Sunday with a straight set win, 3-0, over SUNY Cobleskill on the
campus of Penn St.-Abington. The Bison defeated Cobleskill (13-16,
4-7 NEAC) by the score of 25-11, 25-7, 25-17.

The win completes a perfect slate for the Bison (26-6, 11-0 NEAC),
who never dropped a set in conference play.

Sophomore outside hitter Kali Frowick (Norfolk, Neb.) led all hitters
with 10 kills and eight digs. Sophomore setter Sarah Tubert (Burbank,
Calif.) passed out 22 assists in the straight set win.

Gallaudet will host crosstown rival Catholic University of America on
Tuesday, Oct. 23, at 7 p.m. Then the Bison will host Lebanon Valley
College and University of Scranton on Saturday, Oct. 27, for
homecoming.

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Rochester soccer

The wildcats traveled to Pittsburgh for the Northern Regional Soccer
Tournament and WPSD Homecoming

Soccer Results:
RSD 6-St. Mary’s-0
RSD 9-Ohio-2
RSD 4-WPSD-1

Homecoming and Northern Regional (ESDAA) Champions!
Team Corner Kicks Champions
Team Shooting Champions
Michael McNulty-Individual Shooting Champion

All Stars:
        Chris Mitchell
        Jaron Rehkop
        Paul Gentzke

Tom Berry MVP with 12 goals this weekend—-Tim Artinian

Congrats to all the Wildcats!

The team will take on the Rochester Rapids on Tuesday in the first
round of the playoffs at 4 pm at Grace and Truth Sports Park
(Greece).

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South Carolina volleyball

Last Saturday was our homecoming day and our very last day of
Volleyball season. We had 3 seniors who we honored in front of the
huge fans. It was a special day for 3 seniors and we will miss them
playing for us. We want to wish them the very best of luck in their
future. J The game we played last Saturday was very good. We defeated
Atlanta Area School for the Deaf with a flying color! The girls did
awesome job and they enjoyed playing Volleyball. We want to thank you
all for coming out to support us on each of our home game and we look
forward to coming back next fall. This will be my last email of our
results until then. Thank you again!

 

Results:

Chanel Hardy had 16 points served, 2 aces, 9 kills, received 6
servings well, and 2 assists.

Sierra Hardy had 10 points served, 2 kills, received 8 servings well,
and 8 assists.

Telicia Avery had 15 points served, 3 aces, 2 kills, received 6
servings well, 5 assists, and a dig.

Shelicia Wilkins had 7 points served, an ace, 2 kills, received 3
servings well, and a dig.

Kia Smith had 8 points served, an ace, 10 kills, received 9 servings
well, a block, and 9 assists.

Lyndsay Shafto had 4 points served, an ace, a kill, and an assist.

Cece Brown had a point served and an assist.

 

SCSDB           25        25        20        25

AASD            17        19        25        13

 

Overall Season Record: 12 wins/17 loses

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South Carolina football

Football Team Wins first Game since October 20, 2010

Defeated North Carolinas Schools for the Deaf

 

Hornets notch their first win 28-6!

 

Stats and game tidbits:

 

In a newly featured “turtle” play, TreShaun Smith started the first
play of the game with a direct handoff getting 5 hard earned yards in
the process. It was a beauty seeing him bowl over would-be tacklers.
Tre’ set the tone of the game and sent a message that the Hornets
were ready to play.

 

Elijah Griffin – 167 yds on 9 rushes. He ended up with 3 touchdowns
and averaged 18 yards per rush. His speed was on clear display with a
long run of 60 yards to put the game safely in favor of the Hornets.
Nice running from him! He would have beaten Forrest Gump.

 

Christopher McLeod added 36 yds rushing in a supporting role. He also
successfully threw a pass to Montravious James for 15 yards. Chris
managed the game well and was having fun out there.

 

Fernandez Johnson later came in game to take over QB position. It’s
nice to have a backup that can come in and play with no drop-off.
Fern continued our solid rushing with a scamper down the middle to
left sideline for a 43 yard touchdown! The entire Hornet sideline was
in a pandemonium.

 

Montravious James added about 18 yards rushing to keep advancing the
ball. The running backs did a solid job to keep the chains moving
with a fresh set of downs.

 

Everyone on the team got in the game and was able to play. Kudos to
the ENTIRE defense for holding NCSD/ENCSD to only 6 points. The
players were swarming to the ball like someone kicked a beehive. Our
defensive line spread out well and kept their ground game sputtering.
David M, TreShaun S, Montravious J, Hermani M, Kia S, Matthew C all
did fabulous here. Big shout out for RJ Jenkins and Elijah G for
manning the edge and shutting down their passing game. RJ batted down
at least 3 or 4 passes preventing them from getting caught. He
listened to the coaches and played smart football.

 

Devante H and Douglas H both ran hard and did good special teams
work. They performed their roles well and helped the team keep
players resting on sideline. High five to them!

 

All in all – a true team victory. They had some adversity in the game
and did not let that affect their momentum. You could see them gel
together and ride the game down to final seconds. Proud of them!

 

Final score

SCSDB             28

NCSD/ENCSD    6

 

We would like to thank all the fans, alumni, and family for coming
out to support us. It was a great day. We appreciate all those that
were involved in making the weekend a success – organizers,
concessions, announcers, interpreters, etc. Thank you again for all
you do.

 

Next game (away) on Wednesday against Ft Inn @ 4 pm. Last game of the
season. Go Hornets!

……

Western Pennsylvania Homecoming weekend

Friday, October 19th

VOLLEYBALL (round robin format)

WPSD beat Ohio, 2-0 (21-6 and 21-20)
Rochester beat St. Mary’s, 2-0 (21-8 and 21-8)
Rochester and Ohio split, 1-1 (21-11 and 21-19)
WPSD beat St. Mary’s, 2-0 (21-10 and 21-12)
Rochester beat WPSD, 2-0 (21-12 and 21-10)
Ohio beat St. Mary’s, 2-0 (21-10 and 21-19)
SOCCER
WPSD beat Ohio, 5-2
Rochester beat St. Mary’s, 6-0

 

Saturday, October 20th

VOLLEYBALL (bracketed format)

Rochester beat St. Mary’s, 2-0 (25-1 and 25-4)
Ohio beat WPSD, 2-0 (25-18 and 25-16)

CONSOLATION GAME
WPSD beat St. Mary’s, 2-0 (25-16 and 25-12)

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
Ohio beat Rochester, 3-2 (20-25, 25-16, 12-25, 25-23, and 16-14)

 
SOCCER
Rochester beat Ohio, 9-3
WPSD beat St. Mary’s, 3-0
St. Mary’s beat Ohio, 8-7
Rochester beat WPSD, 4-1
AWARDS

VOLLEYBALL
1st place – Ohio
2nd place – Rochester
3rd place – WPSD
4th place – St. Mary’s

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM
Allison Higgins and Madilyn Smith of Rochester
Dominique Willingham and Emaly Carman of Ohio
Megan Majocha of WPSD
Emily Murphy of St. Mary’s

MVP – Twylia Cook of Ohio

SOCCER
1st place – Rochester
2nd place – WPSD
3rd place – St. Mary’s
4th place – Ohio

SKILLS COMPETITIONS

Team Juggling – Ohio
Individual Juggling – Dixy Aplicano, Ohio

Team Speed and Control – Rochester
Individual Speed and Control – Travis Frye, WPSD

Team Shots on Goals – WPSD
Individual Shots on Goals – Mike McNulty, Rochester

Team Corner Kicks – Rochester

All-Tournament team
Paul Gentzke, Rochester
Dixy Aplicano, Ohio
Lu Reh, St. Mary’s
Chris Mitchell, Rochester
Dustin Robinson, St. Mary’s
Travis Frye, WPSD
Anthony Cochran, WPSD
Ephriam Arnold, Ohio
Jaron Rehkop, Rochester
Bradley Speck, WPSD

Tom Berry MVP Award – Tim Artinian, Rochester

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