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OSD Indians fall to B-D in morning contest

By Evan Grice

oklahomaSULPHUR — On Thursday morning, it wasn’t so much about the early bird getting the worm.

It was more about the quicker team getting the victory.

The Oklahoma School for the Deaf Indians tried their best to slow down the Bray-Doyle Donkeys in the morning sunlight, but eventually B-D was too much for OSD, as they won 46-0 in a game which was stopped with just over five minutes left in the third quarter.

Read more: http://www.ardmoreite.com/news/20170915/osd-indians-fall-to-b-d-in-morning-contest

Source: The Daily Ardmoreite

Prep Football Roundup - September 15

Thursday, September 14, 2017

wisconsinCarney Nadeau (2-2) 54 Wisconsin (0-2) 32

DELAVAN, Wis. — The Carney-Nadeau Wolves traveled a long way to get their second football win of the season.

The Wolves made the long trip to face Wisconsin School for the Deaf and came home with a 54-32 nonleague victory Thursday. The school is located in Delavan, about 30 minutes southwest of Milwaukee.

“It was good to get a win,” Wolves’ coach Jim Belec said. “The kids have been working hard and we we laid a couple eggs. So it was nice to come down here and get a good win.”

Read more: http://www.dailypress.net/sports/local-sports/2017/09/wolves-get-big-win-in-wisconsin/

Source: Daily Press

mississippiMississippi (1-0) 54 Louisiana (1-1) 16

Kenmarkis Meeks had four rushing touchdowns as Mississippi defeated the defending 8-Man National Champions on the road.

Game Previews for this weekend.

indianaIndiana vs Anderson Prep

Anderson Prep (0-4) at Indiana Deaf (1-3): Indiana Deaf 35, Anderson Prep 16.

http://ux.indystar.com/story/sports/high-school/2017/09/14/high-school-football-week-5-indy-area-predictions/665761001/

Source: Indy Star

Indiana School for the Deaf (1-3) and Anderson Prep Academy (0-4) are set to face off this Friday at 7:00 PM. Neither team wants a repeat from last game, where each was handed a considerable defeat.

Tindley delivered Indiana School for the Deaf a harsh 54-0 loss last week.

Meanwhile, things didn't go well at all for Anderson Prep Academy last week, where the team lost 57-12 to Indianapolis Shortridge. Anderson Prep Academy was in a tough position by the half, with the score sitting at 45-6.

The last time they met, Indiana School for the Deaf really took it to Anderson Prep Academy, winning 45-8. This time, their match is expected to be much closer since they have similar state rankings (Indiana School for the Deaf at 323rd, Anderson Prep Academy at 323rd).

Reprinted from MaxPreps - http://www.maxpreps.com/news/1tB7nanVg0moN525AyY9RA/football-game-preview--anderson-prep-academy-vs-indiana-school-for-the-deaf.htm

texasTexas vs Shelton

This week, Texas School for the Deaf (1-1) faces off against Shelton (1-0) on Friday at 7:00 PM. Texas School for the Deaf continue their travels as they hit the road for the 2nd straight game.

Texas School for the Deaf was within striking distance but couldn't close the gap last week as it fell 15-8 to St. Anthony. Texas School for the Deaf unfortunately couldn't repeat the imposing 44-point effort it came up with in its previous game. As for Shelton, it won a game two weeks ago that couldn't get any closer, slipping by Pantego Christian 21-20.

The last time they met, Shelton won 17-6.

Reprinted from MaxPreps - http://www.maxpreps.com/news/HawM4kD04UqJt2za_8ADyw/football-game-preview--shelton-vs-texas-school-for-the-deaf.htm

model-secondaryModel vs Friends

This week, Friends faces off against Model Secondary School for the Deaf on Saturday at 7:00 PM. Friends continue their travels as they hit the road for the 2nd straight game.

Last week Friends came up short against St. John's Catholic Prep, falling 22-12.

As for Model Secondary School for the Deaf, it didn't have too much trouble with Alabama School for the Deaf in its last game, where Model Secondary School for the Deaf won 22-6. Junior running back Arnold Hatton was especially active in the win, finding the endzone an impressive three times. Hatton has been the ringleader for Model Secondary School for the Deaf this season two times now.

Reprinted from MaxPreps - http://www.maxpreps.com/news/EXIi6kX5_km7NBBc843yJA/football-game-preview--model-secondary-school-for-the-deaf-vs-friends.htm

michiganillinoisIllinois vs Michigan

This week, Illinois School for the Deaf faces off against Michigan School for the Deaf on Saturday at 2:00 PM. Illinois School for the Deaf will get to test out the enthusiasm of its fans as it plays its first home game of the season.

Illinois School for the Deaf was within striking distance but couldn't close the gap last week as it fell 34-28 to Missouri School for the Deaf. As for Michigan School for the Deaf, it ended up forfeiting its game against Atlanta three weeks ago 2-0.

Reprinted from MaxPreps - http://www.maxpreps.com/news/5VhNqX54b06b8-_iuZcOiQ/football-game-preview--illinois-school-for-the-deaf-vs-michigan-school-for-the-deaf.htm

fremontFremont vs Riverbank

Riverbank (1-2) will be away from home for the first time this season as it plays against California School for the Deaf (2-1) on Friday this week. Both teams have had struggles on the defensive side of the ball, with Riverbank giving up an average of 33 points per game and California School for the Deaf allowing an average of 33.67.

Riverbank had a rough outing against Stone Ridge Christian last week, losing 40-0. Riverbank unfortunately couldn't repeat the imposing 50-point effort it came up with in its previous game.

Meanwhile, California School for the Deaf brought the heat last game after its low-scoring effort (zero points) in the match before. It took its contest against San Juan last week by a conclusive 67-40 score. The game was pretty much decided by the half: the score was 41-8 going into the third quarter.

The last time they met, California School for the Deaf was the decided 62-14 victor. This time, their match is expected to be much closer since they have similar state rankings (Riverbank at 872nd, California School for the Deaf at 872nd).

Reprinted from MaxPreps - http://www.maxpreps.com/news/RL1BAQfLNUiFaF01t0hfDA/football-game-preview--california-school-for-the-deaf-vs-riverbank.htm

marylandMaryland vs Sidwell Friends

MSD (2-0) at Sidwell Friends (0-1): The Orioles rushed for 277 yards last week in a 42-0 road win over Central Maryland Christian, including 197 from junior Eric Long, who also scored a pair of touchdowns. MSD is looking to extend its winning streak to 21 games overall against Sidwell Friends, which lost its season-opener to Mason (Virginia) 28-15 last week.

Read more: https://www.fredericknewspost.com/sports/level/high_school/week-high-school-football-capsules/article_2efe4525-797f-5599-b65c-9d1d71e8e4b0.html

Source: Frederick News-Post

Trojans open season with road win in Oklahoma

By Alex Kerkman

minnesotaThe Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf football team wanted to avoid another slow start this fall. During their first game of the season, the Trojans were firing on all cylinders.

MSAD opened the season Saturday at the Oklahoma School for the Deaf in Sulphur, Oklahoma. Five different Trojans scored touchdowns as MSAD raced ahead and never looked back, winning 40-12.

Read more: http://www.southernminn.com/article_0db58aa2-3725-5059-bd2a-2fb444812893.html

Source: Faribault Daily News

Prep Football Roundup - September 11

Saturday, September 9, 2017

kansasKansas (1-1) 60 Wisconsin (0-1) 22

Last Saturday afternoon, Kansas School for the Deaf and Wisconsin School for the Deaf played their first deaf football game of the season. KSD anticipated WSD to be great competition due to the Payne brothers who play with great speed. It was unfortunate for Wisconsin that they did not play. KSD beat WSD, 60 to 22 and played an excellent game.

KSD will travel to Minnesota Academy School for the Deaf this Saturday, September 16. Minnesota is favored to be the GPSD (Great Plains Schools for the Deaf) champion this year because they have many experienced players. KSD is playing with five new starters and three experienced players. KSD is looking forward a challenging game because of their history with Minnesota. (Contributed by Head Coach Richard Ward)

model-secondaryModel (1-2) 22 Alabama (0-3) 6

Arnold Hatton rushed for two touchdowns and had one touchdown reception to lead Model past Alabama. Truth Dorsette had team high 81 rushing yards and Kalib Jones led the defense with 15 tackles.

PASSING: Zachary D’Angelo 3-7-28-1-1.

RUSHING: Truth Dorsette 7-81, Zachary D’Angelo 6-47, Arnold Hatton 5-45 2TD, Zeke Martinez 4-15.

RECEIVING: Celso Martinez 1-13, Arnold Hatton 1-15 TD, Derrick Griffin 1-0.

TOTAL YARDS: 216 (Passing 28/Rushing 188).

TACKLES: Truth Dorsette 12, Kalib Jones 15, Olajuwon Waddell 1, Celso Martinez 1, Arnold Hatton 4, Zeke Martinez 1, Danny Kennedy-Ireland 10, Noah Spinosi 4, Alexander Holt 8, Maguire Hause 7, Jose Ruiz III 1, David McNichol 1, Marquize Nash 7.

Prep Football Roundup - September 10

Saturday, September 9, 2017

phoenixValley Union (3-1) 74 Phoenix (1-2) 12

Phoenix had a four-hour drive to Elfrida to face Valley Union and lost 74-12. Phoenix’s defense gave up 395 total yards in the lopsided loss.

Next weekend, Phoenix will travel to Vancouver to face Washington School for the Deaf.

PDSD   0--6--0-6 = 12
VUHS 24-32-12-6 = 74

Friday, September 8, 2017

marylandMaryland (2-0) 42 Central Maryland Christian (1-1) 0

Eric Long ran for 197 yards and reached the end zone twice on just eight carries for Maryland. The defense pitched their second straight shutout behind John Werner, Jr. team high 13 tackles and interception. Rayston Fonseca finished the night with six tackles and Long had an interception.

CMC   0--0--0-0 = 0
MSD 16-10-16-0 = 46

Scoring Summary
MSD - Werner, Ja 31yd pass from Lewis (Pavao run).
MSD - Braxton 3yd run (Pavao run).
MSD - Team safety.
MSD - Long 19yd run (Pavao run).
MSD - Braxton 4yd run (Joseph pass from Lewis).
MSD - Long 34yd run (Braxton run).

RUSHING: Eric Long 8-197 2TD, Miguel Pavao 7-41, Maurice Braxton 7-23 2TD.

PASSING: Rory Lewis 4-7-79-1-0.

RECEIVING: Jason Werner 2-40 1TD, Maurice Braxton 1-29.

TOTAL YARDS: MSD 356 (277 rushing/79 passing); CMC 124 (120 rushing/4 passing).

OSD drops Homecoming contest to Minnesota State School

By Austin Jackson

oklahomaSULPHUR — While the weather might have been picture perfect for Homecoming Saturday at the Oklahoma School for the Deaf football home opener, the result was anything but.

The Indian squad, primarily consisting of underclassman, fought hard in the contest, but the Minnesota State School for the Deaf Trojans proved to be too much, beating OSD 40-12.

OSD head football coach Lawson Pair said injuries and lack of experience contributed to the loss.

Read more: http://www.ardmoreite.com/news/20170910/osd-drops-homecoming-contest-to-minnesota-state-school

Source: The Daily Ardmoreite

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