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Salgado's 8 TDs leads MSAD to homecoming victory

By Alex Kerkman

minnesotaBy the time the final whistle sounded, Juan Salgado had scored eight touchdowns.

All eight were needed for a happy Trojans homecoming.

The Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf football team (2-1) welcomed the New Mexico School for the Deaf to Faribault’s for the Trojans’ homecoming game. Family, friends and alumni of the school were treated to a show as the two teams, playing six-man football, combined for 116 points in MSAD’s 60-56 victory.

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Source: Faribault Daily News

‘Dogs collapse in second half against Deaf School

indianaIndiana School for the Deaf ran wild in the second half Friday night, and the result was a 66-6 whipping of the host Union Bulldogs.

Union coach Kyle Foli said the Deaf Hoosiers (3-4) led 28-6 at the break, but reeled off 38 points in the second half to turn the game into Union’s worst loss of the season. Foli said they exploited lost fumbles and penalties, including several personal fouls to trounce the Bulldogs (0-7).

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Source: Greene County Daily World

Prep Football Roundup - October 3

Saturday, September 30, 2017

new-mexicoMinnesota (2-1) 60 New Mexico (1-2) 56

The boys played well at Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf. The boys tried their best to keep up and worked hard. Abe and I are proud of them for their hard work and for playing well. I am sure that the boys shared news with you about what happened at the game. No matter what happened at the game, they are winners. WIN (What is Important Now). We will work on areas that we need to improve on and get ready for Missouri School for the Deaf at MSD this Saturday. (Contributed by Head Coach James Litchfield)

Prep Football Roundup - October 2

Saturday, September 30, 2017

phoenixPhoenix (2-4) 28 Colorado (0-5) 0

PDSD Homecoming 2017 came to an end just recently with football game being called off at halftime due to injuries by Colorado SDB leaving them with only seven healthy players. So, officials decided to call it off due to safety and etc. Phoenix Football won 28-0 over Colorado SDB. We wish their injured players a speedy recovery. (Contributed by Athletic Director Jesse Bailey)

iowaWisconsin (2-2) 84 Iowa (0-3) 22

We lost 84-22 to Wisconsin School for the Deaf at their homecoming game. The first quarter was a disaster, as we lost four turnovers in the first quarter as Wisconsin raced out to a 40-0 lead. On the day, we had 10 turnovers, including a couple of kickoffs we did not cover.

Layne Guerrero led our offense with 103 yards total offense, and added 113 yards on kickoff returns, for an all-purpose total of 216 yards. He was much better on passing, 6 of 8 for 48 yards, with one interception. We totaled 137 yards on offense.

Layne Guerrero had all three of our touchdowns today. Two on rushes of one and nine yards, and a kickoff return in the fourth quarter for 60 yards. He also passed to Jayden Kohl for the PAT after our second touchdown.

Defensively, Layne Guerrero led us with 10 total tackles, five unassisted, five assists. Cory Jacobson also led us on defense with five assists, a fumble recovery, and causing a fumble, which set up a short field on which we scored our second touchdown of the day. (Contributed by Head Coach Brent Welsch)

ISD     0--8--8--6 = 22
WSD-40-16-16-12 = 84

riversideThe Webb Schools (4-2) 46 Riverside (3-2) 0

The game between Webb and Riverside was the first meeting between the two schools since 1985. The series between Webb and Riverside first started in 1961 up to 1985 and during that period, Riverside won only twice in 1983 and 1985. Riding on a three game win streak, Riverside had hopes of getting earning the school’s third win against Webb. That was not meant to be as Webb jumped out to a 14-0 lead at the end of the first quarter and 37-0 lead at halftime en route to a shutout.

Riverside’s offense was throttled as they were able to generate just seven rushing yards and 42 passing yards. Paul Hernandez-McIntosh led the defense with 10 tackles followed by Desi Gonzales with nine.

TWS 14-23-7-2 = 46
CSDR  0--0-0-0 = 0

PASSING: Elijah Watters 1-1-15-0-0, Jacob Weiss 6-15-27-0-2.

RUSHING: Desi Gonzales 7-13, Paul Hernandez-McIntosh 1-1, German Zazueta 1(-1), Elijah Watters 1-1, Jacob Weiss 3-(-7),

RECEIVING: Desi Gonzales 1-15, Paul Hernandez-McIntosh 2-9, Elijah Watters 3-19, Dylan Duarte 1-(-1).

TOTAL YARDS: CSDR 49 (passing 42/rushing 7); TWS 222 (87 passing/135 rushing).

TACKLES: Desi Gonzales 9, Luis Benitez 1, Jack Hocog 5, Paul Hernandez-McIntosh 10, German Zazueta 1, Elijah Watters 8, Fabian Castro 2, Dylan Duarte 7, Bradley Johnstad 3, Jacob Weiss 3, Alexes Paredes 3, Elijah Andrade 5.

Georgia - GSD earns 36-12 victory on Homecoming

Michigan - WEBBERVILLE 74, MICHIGAN SCHOOL OF THE DEAF 14 (Scroll to bottom of page)

Ben Davis senior inspires, provides new perspective for top-ranked Giants

By Larra Overton

Ben Davis HSSpencer Parker suits up at wide receiver for the Ben Davis Giants, but his contribution to the team is something stats can’t measure.

“I think he’s an inspiration to anybody,” head coach Mike Kirschner said. “Even as a coach that’s been out here for 34 years he provides inspiration.”

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Source: Fox 59

Jacksonville's Sound of Victory

By Hayden Belgavy

Jacksonville HSJACKSONVILLE, Ark. (THV11) - High school football coaches will all tell you. Communication is the key to victory and when you see Shaeq’ke Robinson on the field, he gets everybody talking.

“He’s a big kid, he’s a monster and he just wants a chance to play” says head coach Barry Hickingbotham. But when the Titans hear the band and roar of the crowd. Shaeq’ke hears silence.

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Source: THV11

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