MIAC Track & Field Championship Meet

A total of five schools in the MIAC league competed at the MIAC championship meet.
MSD Girls won first place with 105 points and Grace Christian School came in second with 88 points.
MSD Boys won first place with 71 points and Mount Airy Christian Academy came in second with 37 points.
MSD won overall championship (girls and boys points combined) with a total of 176 points.
 
First winners:
Cassidy Perry: 100M Dash (13.34), 200M Dash (28.12) and Long Jump (14′ 9″)
Rory Lewis: 200M Dash (26.62) and Long Jump (16′ 9.5″)
Rory Dietz: 400M Dash (1:07.87)
Jason Werner: 110M Hurdles (19.69) and 300M Intermediate Hurdles (56.28)
Sierra Herzig-Wilcox: 300M Intermediate Hurdles (59.80)
Pacey Wilson: Discus (72′ 9.5″)
4×100 Relay (55.18)
Milana Bielucke, Justina Miles, Marisa Montoya, Cassidy Perry
4×100 Relay (53.41)
Rory Dietz, Rory Lewis, Kay Onobiyi, Jason Werner 
 
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MSD Baseball Team Wins First Round Playoff Game over MACA

#6 MSD Upset #3 Mount Airy Christian Academy 13-3
First round MIAC playoff games were played yesterday.  We were seeded #6 and we upset #3 Mount Airy Christian Academy 13-3. I was at the game yesterday and our team played almost perfect.  Our defense was outstanding as we committed no errors and our hitting was unbelievable.  It looked like we were at batting practice. 
 
John Werner, Jr. had a three-run homerun (over the fence) and he hit for the cycle (single, double, triple and homerun).  Damon Biskupiak was the winning pitcher. He pitched a complete game and he had 7 strikeouts and allowed only 1 walk.
 
We will play #2 New Life Christian School tomorrow at McCurdy Field at 4:30. New Life beat us twice during the season and we are ready for a revenge.  Come and support the baseball team!  
 
Andy Bonheyo
Athletic Director
 

100m Hurdles & Long Jump

We are happy to announce that Sierra Herzig-Wilcox set a new middle school track record in 100M hurdles. Cassidy Perry tied long jump record with a leap of 14 feet and 7 inches. 

Sierra’s time of 19.75 edged the previous record of 19.78 set by Augusta Seremeth in 2008. 

Sierra

 

Cassidy’s jump tied Brittany Wiggins’ record set in 2004.
CJ

 

Congratulations to both Sierra and Cassidy!

 

KellySTRONG Fundraiser- 5K Walk/Run

Community,

Please click for more information on KellySTRONG Fundraiser- 5K Walk/Run and registration form for the event: 

KellySTRONG Fundraiser- 5K Walk/Run

If you wish to drop off gifts or cards for Kelly Green- please drop the items at Principal/Dean’s office at Ely. 

Thank you & hope to see you at the event!

 

 

 

Mathis Hediger

New Flash!
 

Softball Head Coach Mathis Hediger notched his 100th win as MSD’s coach in yesterday’s 

15-0 win over Quantico.  His career record now stands at 100-62-3.

 
Mathis became head coach in 2006 and in his 10 years of coaching, he had 7 winning seasons. His best record was 16-4 in 2011.  His teams have won Hoy Tournament 4 times and National Championship 3 times.  His team is currently 10-5 with three games remaining. 
 
Today MSD will play against Hancock (doubleheader) starting at 4:00pm.  It is also Senior Day for our senior players & managers.  Come and support our team!
 
Congratulations, Mathis!

News Flash – New Middle School Track Records

We wish to announce that Justina Miles, Milana Bielucke, Rajena Guettler and Cassidy Perry set new middle school track records. 

Justina set new record in 100m dash. Justina’s time of 13.37 edged the previous of 13.5 that was set by Brittany Wiggins (2004). 

Justina, Milana, Rajena and Cassidy set new record in 400m relay.

The girls’ time of 55.31 edged the previous time of 57.61 that was set by Paige Brewer, Claire Tucker, Tiffany Bridgett and Tilesha Cole (2007).

 

Congratulations to Justina, Milana, Rajena and Cassidy!

 

JustinaMilana

RajenaCJ

 

15th Annual Hoy Tournament

Good luck to our high school baseball & softball team as they are in Indiana for the 15th Annual Hoy Tournament! Go, Orioles~

 
Schedule for today, Thursday, April 23rd:
 
Baseball
8:30am: Maryland vs Texas
3:30pm: Fremont vs Maryland 
 
Softball 
1pm: Riverside vs Maryland
4:20pm: Maryland vs Indiana
 

8th Annual Berg & Seeger Relays

Maryland School for the Deaf Girls Captures 8th annual Berg and Seeger Relays at Danville, Kentucky

 
A total of 14 deaf schools competed at 8th annual Berg & Seeger Relays at Danville High School in Danville, Kentucky.  MSD girls won first place with 128 points. Texas came in second with 91.50 points.  This is MSD’ s 3rd Berg & Seeger title and first since 2010.  Adele Daniels and Juliana Bahan were MSD top girls performers  Adele won two gold and two bronze medals. She won first place in 800m and 1600m and third place in triple jump and high jump.  Juliana Bahan also won 4 medals (gold in 3200 relay, silver in 100 High Hurdles and 1600 relay, bronze in 300 Intermediate Hurdles).
 
First place winners:
Adele Daniels:  800m (3:04.66) and 1600m (6:50.60)
Tomi Lisoyi:  Shot Put (31′ 5.25″)
Karita Lewis: High Jump (4’5″)
4×800 Relay (13:08.91)
Madison Givens, Kehosha Foster, Juliana Bahan, Paula Hare 
 
Second place winners:
Juliana Bahan: 100 High Hurdles (18.38)
4×200 Relay (1:57.00)
Brittany Byers, Carolyn Wiley, Tamia Harris, Karita Lewis
4×400 Relay (4:52.98)
Tamia Harris, Carolyn Wiley, Juliana Bahan, Paula Hare
 
Third place winners:
Adele Daniels: Triple Jump (29’3.5″) and High Jump (4’3″)
Juliana Bahan: 300 Intermediate Hurdles (56.05)
4×100 Relay (57.78)
Brittany Byers, Brooke Bonheyo, Tamia Harris, Karita Lewis
 
MSD boys finished 4th place with 104 points.  Minnesota won first place for third straight year with 140 points.  Texas came in second with 122.50 and Indiana finished third with 106 points.  MSD top boys performers were Austin Latin and Egan Seremeth.  Austin won 2nd place in long jump and 400m relay and 3rd place in 200m.  Egan Seremeth also won 3 medals (silver in 110 High Hurdles and bronze in High Jump and 1600 relay).
 
Second place winners:
Austin Latin: Long Jump (20’0″) 
Diamani McNeely: Shot Put (43’0.5″) and Discus (112’3″)
Egan Seremeth: 110 High Hurdles (16.70)
4×100 Relay (45.71)
Brady Perry, Diamani McNeely, Jed Dannis, Austin Latin
4×800 Relay (9:59.11)
Osay Ufumwen, Mauricio Orozco, Maverick Obermiller, Tres Diaz
 
Third place winners:
Austin Latin: 200m (24.40)
Yave Sanchez: Shot Put (41’6.75″)
Egan Seremeth: High Jump (5’5″)
4×400 Relay (3:53.92)
Brady Perry, Jed Dannis, Egan Seremeth, Bobga Tete
 
Congratulations to everyone who participated in the meet.  Please click link for results.

NDIAA Accodales

NDIAA is thrilled to announce the results of our 8th annual Winter Sports Selections: National Champions, Player of the Year and Coach of the Year below. The committee spent many hours on the selection process on each sport. 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.

 

http://www.ndiaa.us/

 

 

Basketball

Boys

 

Div 1

 

National Champions: Indiana School for the Deaf

 

Coach of the Year: Keith Westhoelter, Indiana School for the Deaf

 

Player of the Year: Preston Kelley, Indiana School for the Deaf

 

Div 2

 

National Champions: Alabama School for the Deaf

 

Coach of the Year: Walter Ripley, Alabama School for the Deaf

 

Player of the Year: Jairee Hill, Rhode Island School for the Deaf

 

Girls

 

Div 1

 

National Champions: Maryland School for the Deaf

 

Coach of the Year: Amy Mowl, Maryland School for the Deaf

 

Player of the Year: Tessa Lewis, Maryland School for the Deaf

 

Div 2

 

National Champions: Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf

 

Coach of the Year: Charles Palmer, Rochester School for the Deaf

 

Player of the Year: Brianna DiGiovanni, Rochester School for the Deaf

 

Wrestling

 

Team of the Year: Indiana School for the Deaf and California School for the Deaf, Riverside

 

Coach of the Year: Jonathan Kessel, California School for the Deaf, Riverside

 

Player of the Year: Mijail Enriquez, California School for the Deaf, Fremont

SportsMX/NDIAA Athletes of the Month

Hello!
 
SportsMX and NDIAA are proud to announce the February 2015 recipients of  “SportsMX/NDIAA Athletes of the Month” awards. The purpose of this the award is to recognize High School athletes across the country who have made significant  impact on their teams not just on the field/court but in academics, leadership, 
 and character as well. 

Our young Deaf athletes deserve recognition for their dedication and hard work.  SportsMX and NDIAA congratulate Jairee Hill (Rhode Island), Kai Miller  (Western Pennsylvania), Dalton Taylor (Texas), and Noah Valencia (Riverside) on their  selection to the “SportsMX/NDIAA Athletes of the Month” for February 2015. 

Regardless whether the recognized athletes are from your school or not, we ask  that you share this announcement with your school, athletes, parents, and  community by sharing the link below and posting the attached PDF copy in your  gym/public areas to spread awareness and recognition for this award.

 
 
Thanks!
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