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Spotlight On Deaf-Blind Runners – Buff & Blue

November 17, 2015 in Community News, Hearing Loss & Deafness

 

 

 

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Ivy Sahneyah is from Arizona, and she is a sophomore and she’s in her second year of GU cross country and Track & Field.

Kevlasha Humphrey is from Jackonsville, Illinois. She will graduate this May with a Bachelors in Social Work. She’s in her third year of GU cross country and track & field.

LaQuita Carroll is born and raised in Alabama. She’s currently a junior, and studying a degree in social work. She’s in her third year of GU cross country and track & field.

All three ladies are Deaf-Blind, and they all love to run. Cross country is their thing, and they’re not afraid to say so. To look into the minds of these great runners, I sat down with them for an interview.

Read more  . .  Deaf-Blind Runners

California School for the Deaf Wins League Title

November 30, 2012 in Community News, Hearing Loss & Deafness

California School of the Deaf football team stuns league to win title,
nearly lands spot in sectional championship

By Cameron Smith, Sports Blog-Yahoo.com 11/29/2012

See the full story and a video (signed, with captions):
http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/highschool-prep-rally/california-school-deaf-football-team-stuns-league-win-183111387.html

They are a growing football powerhouse, the kind that uses both physicality and skill to stir fear in any foe. They have a small roster — just 19 players suit up for the varsity football squad — and are smaller in stature than nearly any opponent, with no player reaching even 200 pounds, let alone the 300 often breached by top linemen. Read more . . . →