2014 Spike Out XVI Updates

2014 Spike Out – Champions

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Maryland School for the Deaf

2014 Spike Out – 2nd

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Indiana School for the Deaf

2014 Spike Out – 3rd

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Texas School for the Deaf

2014 Spike Out – Team Sportsmanship

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All Tournament Team:

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  • Alana Smith, Riverside
  • Brianna Dike, Fremont
  • Eliza Linstaedt, Minnesota
  • Emily Johnson, Texas
  • Deltona Markel, Texas
  • Raelyn Fuechtmann, Indiana
  • Isabella Paulone, Indiana
  • Brooke Bonheyo, Maryland
  • Adele Daniels, Maryland
  • Tessa Lewis, Maryland

To see more of Spike Out pictures, please go to the photos page or visit our Facebook Page

Maryland Hooded Sweater

Athletics Department is selling gray “Maryland” hooded sweater for $40.

If you are interested in purchasing the sweater, please contact Athletic Director at andy.bonheyo@msd.edu

 

Maryland Sweater

Spike Out XVI at Maryland School for the Deaf

 

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2014 Spike Out XVI Tournament

 

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Countdown to Kickoff: MSD Orioles

Short video clip on MSD football team: http://www.your4state.com/story/d/story/countdown-to-kickoff-msd-orioles/38156/4l8wO16xkkekKWnVdzsRog

 

Frederick’s Best 2014 Event

On Saturday night at Hood College, athletes from schools across Frederick County were honored as part of Frederick’s Best High School Sports Awards banquet, put on by The Frederick News-Post and hosted by Hood at its BB&T Arena. MSD was represented by Jake Bonheyo, Emily DeSimone, Tessa Lewis, Tobi Lisoyi, Sierra McConville and Yave Sanchez.

FNP selected top female and male athletes from each school and MSD winners were Tessa Lewis and Tobi Lisoyi.  

Justin Tucker, Baltimore Ravens kicker, was the guest speaker. It was a very nice event and a great way to recognize excellent athletes.  Click below for more details.

http://www.fredericknewspost.com/locations/local/frederick_county/best-of-the-best-prep-athletes-honored/article_b5885044-ff43-11e3-a611-0017a43b2370.html

Congratulations to all!

2014 Track & Field Announcement

USADTF and NDIAA are thrilled to announce the results of our Track & Field selections: National Champions, Track Athlete of the Year, Field Athlete of the Year and Coach of the Year below.  Also, here are the attached results of boys’ and girls’ events (2014PrepResults). NDIAA wants to thank USADTF for spending many hours on the selection process on each event and award. The time invested was well worth it, for our excellent Deaf schools and fine athletes deserve to be recognized for their hard work, dedication, and achievements.

Boys

National Champions - Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf

Track Athlete of the Year - Nick Jones – Missouri

Field Athlete of the Year - Garrett Springer – Minnesota

Coach of the Year - Steven Fuerst – Minnesota

Girls

National Champions - Alabama School for the Deaf

Track Athlete of the Year (tied) - Shanieka Coleman – Mississippi and Kori Koss – Wisconsin

Field Athlete of the Year - Destiny McCarter – South Carolina

Coach of the Year - Marvice Robinson – Alabama

 

The pictures of individuals & teams above can be found on NDIAA’s website: www.NDIAA.us

Congratulations to all of them!

 

Sincerely,

NDIAA Board

Frederick’s Best 2014

Frederick News Post is hosting “Frederick’s Best 2014″ on Saturday, June 28th at Hood College Arena. 

They will be recognizing and honoring Frederick County’s top high school athletes and their accomplishments. There will be a special guest speaker, Baltimore Ravens Kicker, Justin Tucker. 

For more information regarding this event: newspostevents.com/calendar/fredericks-best-2014

The nominees for Maryland School for the Deaf are… 

Jake Bonheyo
Jake Bonheyo
(Football, Basketball, Baseball & Track)
Emily DeSimone
Emily DeSimone
(Volleyball, Basketball & Softball) 

Tessa Lewis
Tessa Lewis
(Volleyball & Basketball)

tobi
Tobi Lisoyi
(Football, Basketball & Track)

Sierra McConville
Sierra McConville
(Volleyball, Cheerleading & Softball) 

Yave Sanchez

Yave Sanchez
(Football & Basketball) 

Information on Fall High School Sports Camp

High School fall camp dates:

Football- August 9th. Registration will begin at 1pm @ Benson Gym lobby area.
Head Coach: Joshua.Doudt@msd.edu 

Volleyball- August 10th. Registration will be at 6:30pm @ Benson Gym lobby area.
Head Coach: Vicki.Kitsembel@msd.edu 

Cheerleading- August 10th. Registration will be at 7:30pm @ Benson Gym lobby area.
Head Coach: Emilia.Nowalski@msd.edu 

Be sure to bring the following information to the registration:
Code of Conduct

Consent Form for Medical Care

Emergency Medical Information Form

Immunization Record

Permission Check List – Sports

Physical Examination Forms

Pre-Participation Head Injury Concussion Reporting Form

Insurance Form

You can download forms at
http://www.msdathletics.org/forms/ 

Middle School Track & Field New Records

Athletic Department is thrilled to share that there has been some new records made in Middle School Track & Field.  The new records are shown in bold in each link. 

 

Middle School Boys’ Records: MSDBOYS78TRACK2014

Middle School Girls’ Records: MSDGirlsTRACK2014

MJAC League Records: MJAC Track Records2014 

High School Sports Awards Ceremony

Athlete of the Year

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Male Athlete of the Year: Tobi Lisoyi
Female Athlete of the Year: Tessa Lewis

 

Scholar-Athlete of the Year

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Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year: Jad Gore

Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year: Sierra McConville

 

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