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Prep Football Roundup - September 22

Thursday, September 22, 2017

iowaHeartland Christian 60 Iowa (0-2) 14

Iowa lost to Heartland Christian last tonight, 60-14. Tough game, but had some improvements.

Heartland, ISD tee it up at Roberts Park

Layne Guerrero led us in rushing, with 15-178 and two touchdowns. We rushed 27-191 as a team. Layne also did all the passing, 1-3, 5 yards. Brendan Vinsonhaler had the lone catch.

We ended up with 196 yards total offense, a big improvement on last week.

Defensively, Layne led the way, with five solos, 11 assists for a total of 16 tackles. He also had a quarterback sack. Jayden Kohl forced a fumble, while Josh Carson came up with that recovery. (Contributed by Head Coach Brent Welsch)

ISD  0--8--0-6 = 14
HC 18-22-14-6 = 60

new-mexicoGrady/San Jon (2-1) 44 New Mexico (1-1) 12

Julio Portillo passed for 68 yards and a score for New Mexico while Jacob Stevens ran for 100 yards on nine carries with a touchdown. Portillo also led the defense with 10 tackles.

GSJ    6-6-12-20 = 44
NMSD 0-6--6--0 = 12

PASSING: Julio Portillo 5-12-68-1-1, Deven Thompson 0-1-0-0-0.

RUSHING: Daniel Guerra 2-5, Jacob Stevens 9-100 1TD, Jonathan Garcia 11-(-5), Julio Portillo 5-(-24).

RECEIVING: Bruce Brewer, Jr. 1-4, Daniel Guerra 1-23, Deven Thompson 3-41 1TD.

TOTAL YARDS: 144 (68 passing/76 rushing).

TACKLES: Bruce Brewer, Jr. 9, Antonio Lopez 5, Daniel Guerra 8, Jacob Stevens 5, Jeremey Baldonado 1, Jonathan Garcia 8, Julio Portillo 10, Deven Thompson 6.

SACKS: Jacob Stevens 1-5.

INT: Bruce Brewer, Jr. 1-1, Jonathan Garcia 1-32.

Saturday, September 23, 2017

marylandSt. Michael, Va. (0-3) at MSD (3-0): A defensive stand as time expired last week preserved a 22-20 road win for MSD over D.C.-based Sidwell Friends. The Quakers had the ball on MSD’s 1-yard line before the Orioles turned them back for their 21st straight win. Stefan Anderson had 14 tackles and three sacks, while teammate John Werner Jr. made 13 tackles and registered a sack to lead the defensive effort for MSD. Eric Long fueled the offense with 90 yards rushing and two touchdown on 10 carries. This week, MSD hosts a St. Michael team that is based in Fredericksburg, Virginia, and has been blown out in each of the past two weeks.

Read more: https://www.fredericknewspost.com/sports/level/high_school/week-high-school-football-capsules/article_092b4ec0-30e2-545f-8707-6d28a33393ce.html

Source: The Frederick News-Post

Interpreters help Brookwood’s Dahrien Beasley reach success on football field, in classroom

By Paul Thomas

Brookwood HSSNELLVILLE — When he’s on the football field, there is no difference between senior Dahrien Beasley and the rest of the Brookwood defenders.

It’s not until the 6-foot, 170-pound safety returns to the sideline that his routine differs from his teammates. Instead of looking solely at safeties coach P.J. Katz, Beasley looks past him to Sally Slay when receiving instructions.

Read more: http://www.gwinnettprepsports.com/sports/interpreters-help-brookwood-s-dahrien-beasley-reach-success-on-football/article_c5ab31ea-5d54-511f-bc08-437727ac9eef.html

Source: Gwinnett Prep Sports

Deafness doesn’t block Marble Falls defensive lineman from goals

By Jennifer Fierro

Marble Falls HSMARBLE FALLS — Part of the thrill of competing under the Friday night lights is hearing the roar of the crowd and the band playing the school’s fight song.

But Marble Falls High School football player Ernesto Castenada has a different experience.

Read more: http://www.dailytrib.com/2017/09/22/deafness-doesnt-block-marble-falls-defensive-lineman-goals/

Source: DailyTrib

Prep Football Roundup - September 21

Game Previews for this weekend.

alabamaindianaIndiana vs Alabama

Indiana School for the Deaf (2-3) and Alabama School for the Deaf (0-3) take on one another this Saturday at 2:00 PM on Indiana School for the Deaf's home turf. Both teams have had struggles on the defensive side of the ball, with Indiana School for the Deaf giving up an average of 33.2 points per game and Alabama School for the Deaf allowing an average of 39.67.

Indiana School for the Deaf brought the heat last game after its low-scoring effort (zero points) in the match before. It crushed Anderson Prep Academy last week, winning 42-6. No one had a larger role in the success than sophomore Jared Beckler, who brought his A game into the contest. He picked up 80 yards on the ground. Meanwhile, Alabama School for the Deaf received a tough blow two weeks ago as it fell 22-6 to Model Secondary School for the Deaf.

The last time they met, Indiana School for the Deaf was the 35-8 victor.

Reprinted from MaxPreps - http://www.maxpreps.com/news/0X__uieFLUy2HMwx4F8cPg/football-game-preview--indiana-school-for-the-deaf-vs-alabama-school-for-the-deaf.htm

Prediction - Alabama Deaf at Indiana Deaf (2-3), 2 p.m. Saturday: Indiana Deaf 26, Alabama Deaf 24.

Source: http://www.indystar.com/story/sports/high-school/2017/09/20/high-school-football-week-6-predictions/677445001/

model-secondarytexasTexas vs Model

This week, Model Secondary School for the Deaf and Texas School for the Deaf square off against each other on Saturday at 5:30 PM. Neither team wants a repeat from last game, where each was handed a considerable defeat.

Model Secondary School for the Deaf wasn't able to scrape together any points last week, falling to Friends 27-0. The game was close at halftime with a score of 7-0, but Model Secondary School for the Deaf simply couldn't keep up in the second half.

Meanwhile, last game was the first rocky defensive outing for Texas School for the Deaf this year. It has to be hurting after a devastating 40-8 defeat at the hands of Shelton last game.

After their losses, Texas School for the Deaf dropped to 1-2 and Model Secondary School for the Deaf dropped to 1-3. Neither Model Secondary School for the Deaf nor Texas School for the Deaf managed to put together many points in its previous game, so their meeting could be a low-scoring affair.

Reprinted from MaxPreps - http://www.maxpreps.com/news/GXUASFXAVkSM0up_LZzk1w/football-game-preview--texas-school-for-the-deaf-vs-model-secondary-school-for-the-deaf.htm

marylandMaryland vs St. Michael

Maryland School for the Deaf and St. Michael are set to face off this Saturday at 7:00 PM. St. Michael will have its work cut out for it since Maryland School for the Deaf boasts a defense that has allowed an average of only 6.67 points per game.

Maryland School for the Deaf extended its back-to-back wins into a three-game streak in its previous match. It came out on top in a nail-biter against Sidwell Friends last week, sneaking past 22-20. The outcome was a definite jolt of excitement for Maryland School for the Deaf after its previous game, where the margin was anything but close. As for St. Michael, it was crushed by Quantico 34-8 two weeks ago.

St. Michael's defeat dropped it to 0-3 while Maryland School for the Deaf's win brought it to 3-0.

Reprinted from MaxPreps - http://www.maxpreps.com/news/Rif0RYQj8km0xlwFuTj3Hg/football-game-preview--st-michael-vs-maryland-school-for-the-deaf.htm

High school notebook: St. Michael football to resume schedule with new coaching staff

riversideRiverside vs Temecula Prep

Temecula Prep and California School for the Deaf-Riverside are set to face off this Friday at 4:00 PM. Temecula Prep continue their travels as they hit the road for the 2nd straight game.

Temecula Prep entered its match with back-to-back losses but put those troubles behind it. It was able to grind out a solid victory over Western Christian last week, winning 27-13.

As for California School for the Deaf-Riverside, it didn't have too many spare points two weeks ago in its contest with Nuview Bridge, but still walked away with a 28-22 win. The victory was not an easy one for its offensive line or for the quarterback since the Nuview Bridge defense totaled six sacks.

Their wins bumped Temecula Prep to 1-2 and California School for the Deaf-Riverside to 2-1. We'll find out which team can carry over its success and which team inevitably falls when Temecula Prep and California School for the Deaf-Riverside clash.

Reprinted from MaxPreps: http://www.maxpreps.com/news/9wEZOTpyt06O8q-xguK5EQ/football-game-preview--temecula-prep-vs-california-school-for-the-deaf-riverside.htm

fremontFremont vs George Washington

Washington (1-1) will have its first chance of the season to defend its home turf as it faces off against California School for the Deaf (3-1) on Friday at 3:15 PM. Both teams seek to continue their momentum from their previous games.

Washington was able to grind out a solid victory over Castlemont last week, winning 34-20. As for California School for the Deaf, it had all the answers against Riverbank last week, winning 41-20.

The last time they met, California School for the Deaf was the decided 55-0 victor. This time, their match is expected to be much closer since they have similar state rankings (Washington at 981st, California School for the Deaf at 858th).

Reprinted from MaxPreps - http://www.maxpreps.com/news/uu2jmqcPYkGGWQ_e5GBoEw/football-game-preview--california-school-for-the-deaf-vs-washington.htm

wisconsinillinoisIllinois vs Wisconsin

This week, Illinois School for the Deaf (1-1) and Wisconsin School for the Deaf (0-2) square off against each other on Saturday at 2:00 PM.

Last week, Illinois School for the Deaf took on Michigan School for the Deaf. Illinois School for the Deaf's offense came in ready to rumble, picking up 42 points in the first half. That put it at a 42-14 advantage. The defense contributed as well, holding Michigan School for the Deaf to six points in the second half. In the end, Illinois School for the Deaf steamrollered its way to an easy 60-20 victory.

Meanwhile, Wisconsin School for the Deaf has to be hurting after a devastating 54-32 defeat at the hands of Carney-Nadeau last game. Wisconsin School for the Deaf fell despite improving upon an already solid 22-point performance the game before.

Reprinted from MaxPreps - http://www.maxpreps.com/news/ahH9bJKdH0Wdai-haKfwXQ/football-game-preview--illinois-school-for-the-deaf-vs-wisconsin-school-for-the-deaf.htm

coloradoColorado vs Elbert

This week, Colorado School for the Deaf & Blind (0-3) is packing up and heading on the road for the first time this season. It faces off against Elbert (0-3) on Friday at 7:00 PM. Neither team wants a repeat from last game, where each was handed a considerable defeat.

Colorado School for the Deaf & Blind has to be hurting after a devastating 46-25 defeat at the hands of Cripple Creek-Victor last game.

As for Elbert, it had a rough outing against Hanover last week, losing 59-6. Elbert was in a tough position by the half, with the score sitting at 46-6.

The last time they met, Elbert was the clear winner with a 34-6 finish. This time, their match is expected to be much closer since they have similar state rankings (Colorado School for the Deaf & Blind at 63rd, Elbert at 61st).

Reprinted from MaxPreps - http://www.maxpreps.com/news/yVDAqLMk30KxZWd6QuOnmw/football-game-preview--elbert-vs-colorado-school-for-the-deaf-and-blind.htm

Gridiron Heroes: The Stang Gang

McAllen Memorial HSMcALLEN – Diego Salinas, David Medina, Joey Garcia, and Benjamin Rodriguez are all freshman football players at McAllen Memorial. And despite not being able to hear, they all suit up for the Mustangs as proud members of the team.

“I love football,” said Salinas through a sign language interpreter. “I need to practice my game for Memorial. It’s my favorite.”

Read more & view video: http://www.krgv.com/story/36417292/gridiron-heroes-the-stang-gang

Source: KRGV

Prep Football Roundup - September 17

Saturday, September 16, 2017

marylandMaryland (3-0) 22 Sidwell Friends (0-2) 20

Maryland’s defense stuffed Sidwell Friends at the one-yard line as the time expired to escape with a 22-20 win. Stefan Anderson led the team with 14 tackles and 3 sacks. John Werner, Jr. had 13 tackles along with a sack. Eric Long ran for 90 yards on 10 carries with two touchdowns.

Local Roundup: Orioles escape with win

MSD 6-8-8-0 = 22
SF    6-0-8-6 = 20

Scoring Summary
SF - West 75yd run (Run failed).
MSD - Long 11yd run (Run failed).
MSD - Braxton 1yd run (Werner, Ja pass from Lewis).
SF - Chichester 15yd run (Chichester run).
MSD - Long 5yd run (Lewis run).
SF - Landy 15yd run (Run failed).

RUSHING: Eric Long 10-90 2TD, Maurice Braxton 12-39 1TD, Miguel Pavao 8-37.

PASSING: Rory Lewis 4-8-48-0-0.

RECEIVING: Jason Werner 2-30, Maurice Braxton 2-17.

TOTAL YARDS: MSD 193 (149 rushing/47 passing); SF 236 (181 rushing/55 passing).

iowaNew Mexico (1-0) 52 Iowa (0-1) 0

We lost to New Mexico School for the Deaf today 52-0. The game was stopped at halftime due to New Mexico's mercy rule. We were limited to 36 yards total offense, and had five turnovers, including a muffed squib kick. The coaches of both teams came together and agreed to a teaching scrimmage after a halftime break to make the most out of our trip. (Contributed by Head Coach Brent Welsch)

Minnesota - MSAD falls in home opener to Jackrabbits 52-8

model-secondaryFriends School of Baltimore (1-1) 27 Model (1-3) 0

Model was blanked at home by Friends School of Baltimore. Zachary D’Angelo passed for 68 yards and Truth Dorsette ran for 30 yards. Joshua Wojnar and Danny Kennedy-Ireland each had seven tackles for the defense.

FSB   7-0-13-7 = 27
MSSD 0-0--0-0 = 0

PASSING: Zachary D’Angelo 4-8-68-0-1.

RUSHING: Truth Dorsette 5-30, Kalib Jones 4-19, Jahiem McMillan 1-22, Zachary D’Angelo 4-18, Celso Martinez 1-(-1), Derrick Griffin 1-10.

RECEIVING: Zeke Martinez 2-44, Derrick Griffin 2-24.

TOTAL YARDS: 167 (68 passing/99 rushing).

TACKLES: Truth Dorsette 1, Kalib Jones 8, Olajuwon Waddell 3, Celso Martinez 2, Zeke Martinez 1, Joshua Wojnar 7, Danny Kennedy-Ireland 7, Noah Spinosi 3, Alexander Holt 4, Maguire Hause 2, David McNichol 3, Marquize Nash 5, Derrick Griffin 2.

 
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