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.
Please click for more information on KellySTRONG Fundraiser- 5K Walk/Run and registration form for the event:
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!
Softball Head Coach Mathis Hediger notched his 100th win as MSD’s coach in yesterday’s
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!
Maryland School for the Deaf Girls Captures 8th annual Berg and Seeger Relays at Danville, Kentucky
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.
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
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
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
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
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
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.
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