Wednesday, December 13, 2017
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Deaf Salem football player continues to beat odds

By Jessica Jewell

Salem HSSALEM, Va. - The Salem High School football team has overcome countless obstacles this season in order to make it to the state championship this weekend.

But for one player, it's been a little more difficult than for most.

Brad Moushegian is busy getting ready for Salem's state championship football game on Saturday.

Read more & view video: https://www.wsls.com/news/virginia/roanoke/deaf-salem-football-player-continues-to-beat-odds

Source: WSLS

Greeley Central football player has unique sense for the game

By Taylor Temby and John Kuhrt

Greeley Central HSGREELEY - Senses play a big role at any sporting event. Whether dissecting the plays, feeling the perspiration under a bright Colorado sun or taking in the crowd's cheers, they help players and fans alike get a better feel for the game.

Usually, it's a combination of touch, taste, smell, sight and sound that bring a game to life. Like many young players, it was the hitting that initially drew Greeley Central freshman Emilio Barrera-Espinal to the game.

Read more & view video: http://www.9news.com/sports/high-school/greeley-central-football-player-has-unique-sense-for-the-game/494574436

Source: 9News

WSD senior Annie Kvamme shows there is nothing she can’t tackle

By Tim Martinez

Like most homecoming queens, Annie Kvamme was surprised to hear her name called for the honor during halftime of a Washington School for the Deaf football game last month.

“I was stunned when my name got called,” Kvamme said. “Not only did I not expect to be homecoming queen, but at the time, I was just thinking about playing the game and what I needed to do get ready for the second half.”

Some in attendance may have been surprised to learn WSD’s homecoming queen was also the starting offensive guard for the Terriers’ 8-man — check that — 8-player football team.

Read more: http://www.columbian.com/news/2017/nov/19/wsd-senior-annie-kvamme-enjoys-year-of-surprises/

Source: The Columbian

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Annie Kvamme and John Smart, teammates on the Washington School for the Deaf football team and homecoming court. (Photo courtesy of Nathan Boyes)

Prep Football Roundup - November 16

Game Previews for this weekend.

Friday, November 17, 2017

texasTexas @ Brentwood Christian - TAPPS Division 3 1st Round Playoffs

The regular season was a success, but the real challenge begins now, in the postseason. This Friday Brentwood Christian takes on Texas School for the Deaf in the first playoff game of the year. Brentwood Christian is coming into the game hot, having won three in a row.

Brentwood Christian can now show off four landslide victories after its most recent game. It breezed past St. Gerard Catholic last week with a final score of 37-8. One major factor in the win was the play of senior Hunter Burcham, who rushed for 181 yards and two touchdowns. This marked the 3rd consecutive game in which Burcham had 100+ rushing yards. As for Texas School for the Deaf, it suffered a painful 49-21 defeat to Reicher Catholic last week.

Texas School for the Deaf's loss dropped it to 5-5 while Brentwood Christian's win brought it to 8-2. We'll see if Brentwood Christian can add another positive mark to its record or if Texas School for the Deaf can shake off its defeat and take the spring out of Brentwood Christian's step.

Playoff bracket for these teams

Reprinted from MaxPreps - http://www.maxpreps.com/news/DhjksfaSOUiyAC9gMj06uQ/football-game-preview--texas-school-for-the-deaf-vs-brentwood-christian.htm

SIGNS ON THE FIELD: Deaf QB makes noise at Petersburg

By David DeGuzman

Petersburg HSPETERSBURG, West Va. (WHSV) -- Petersburg football did not make the playoffs this year, but the Vikings are already looking ahead to 2018. That's when Jacob Hartman will likely contribute for the third straight year as a starting quarterback.

He's really good at reading lips. But that's a talent born out of necessity.

While Friday nights at Petersburg high school are distinct with the sounds of cheering crowds and marching bands, Jacob Hartman can't hear any of it.

All he hears is pure silence.

Read more & view video: http://www.whsv.com/content/sports/SIGNS-ON-THE-FIELD-Deaf-QB-makes-noise-at-Petersburg-457374723.html

Source: WHSV

Prep Football Roundup - November 11

Friday, November 10, 2017

marylandGreen Street Academy (9-2) 40 Maryland (8-3) 6

Green Street Academy had 32 unanswered points in the second half to close out Maryland’s season with a loss. Brady Perry had the lone touchdown for Maryland with a 50-yard run in the first quarter. John Werner, Jr. led the Orioles with 72 rushing yards on 13 carries. Werner also manned the defense with team high 14 tackles and a sack. Teammate Stefan Anderson was also in for 14 tackles.

GSA 8-0-16-16 = 40
MSD 6-0--0--0 = 6

Scoring Summary
GSA - Weathers 13yd pass from Rheubottom (McCaffity run).
MSD - Perry 50yd run (Pass failed).
GSA - Clifton 63yd pass from Rheubottom (Rheubottom run).
GSA - Rheubottom 26yd run (Shorts pass from Rheubottom).
GSA - Thompson 35yd run (McCaffity pass from Rheubottom).
GSA - Rheubottom 43yd run (Shorts pass from Rheubottom).

RUSHING: Brady Perry 1-50 1TD, John Werner Jr. 13-72, Eric Long: 9-64.

PASSING: Rory Lewis: 3-9-13-0-1.

RECEIVING: Jason Werner 1-11.

TOTAL YARDS: MSD 183 (170 rushing/13 passing); GSA 315 yards (231 rushing/84 passing).

texasReicher Catholic (8-2) 49 Texas (5-5) 21

Bradley Bass hit paydirt three times as the Cougars closed out their regular season with a walloping of the Rangers.

Reicher’s running game rolled over the Rangers (5-5, 2-3) all night. Bass carried 16 times for 159 yards and three touchdowns, while quarterback Ben Brittain was effective on his three scrambles, racking up 61 yards.

Read more: http://www.wacotrib.com/sports/high_schools/central_texas_football/reicher-texas-school-for-the-deaf/article_8672c37e-d788-5350-b904-e8677bf78fc6.html

Source: Waco Tribune-Herald

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