Softball CSD Riverside 16 vs Packinghouse Academy 11
Baseball CSD Riverside 10 vs Packinghouse Academy 10
(MS Volleyball/Football Homecoming)
Tuesday, October 18
12:30pm – MS Volleyball Pep Rally @ MS Quad
1-3pm – Carnival @ MS cottages (Outside) *Games & Food & Prizes*
(All is welcome!)
3pm – 8th grade Volleyball home game vs. Upland Christian Academy@ MAC
5pm – 6/7th grade Volleyball home game vs. Bethel @ MAC
Wednesday, October 19
Please come and show your support!!
Hello CSD Riverside Community,
I’m so excited to inform you all last week that our 2 volleyball teams, our football/cheer team won all of their home games! Our coaches are excited to share their summaries below.
MS Tackle Football Victory:
We traveled to a powerhouse team, Calvary Chapel Murrieta! Cole Burton made 4 touchdowns. Cody Metzner made a 2 point conversion.
Our defense did an excellent job for stopping them. We forced them to punt for the first time. Our defense forced them to fumble many times but only recovered the fumble one time. Christian Marquez made many tackles.
We won the game by the score of 26 to 18. We led the game all the way until the last few minutes of the game and they scored 2 more touchdowns!
Our boys were so thrilled that they won for the first time. They told us that they felt good!
For our next game, we will travel to Bloomington Christian this Thursday at 3:30pm!
6/7th Grade Girls Volleyball Triumphs in their First Victory over Packinghouse- September 14
Our team is off to an extraordinary season start with their first victory! It is not just that the girls are winning, but how they are winning. Determination, passion and spirit combined with the talent are just some of the reasons that are worth for watching the games.
The game scores were 16-25, 24-26, 25-23, 25-21 and 18-16. (3-2 – Game results.) After losing the first two sets, our girls were back to their typical rotation. Our 7th grade girls served and made a lot of points for the team. Gisella Visco (20) and Enza Visco (2) made 21 points each in the entire game. Bree Goldstein (11) has rescued the ball multiple times at the game.
Player of the game goes to Gisella Visco. She helped the game’s victory with her startlingly serves. Besides a fierce volleyball player, her spirit and performance on the court was a big part of our game triumph.
Our next game against Redlands B will be on Tuesday, September 20th @ 5:00 pm in the MAC gym. Come and watch our 6/7th grade team!
8th Grade Girls Volleyball Game #1 on Tuesday, September 13th
After a month of practicing, we, the 8th grade volleyball team, finally made our first debut against Crossroads Christian yesterday. Turns out we both are new to this league. We took that as our advantage; we quickly took a huge lead by serving aggressively. That continued throughout the entire game (25-6, 25-4, 25-18). 3-0 game results. They just couldn’t handle our serving. Great start to our season!
The player of the game award goes to Zola MacAulay who had served 11 times in a row and carried the team to our first victory!
8th Grade Girls Volleyball Game #2 on Thursday, September 15th
We were looking forward to playing Woodcrest Christian, a team with skills and experience all week! In the first set, we played with ease as we served aggressively, winning the first set 25-13. We went into the second set, thinking we would win again, but unfortunately we were not able to stop a certain opponent player’s strong serving. By the time we got our groove back, we just could not catch up in time. In the third set, we played a bit better, but that still was not enough for us to win. In the fourth set, the girls fired up and turned everything around! They now could receive, pass, execute and serve accordingly, nabbing the win 25-19! Having earned this momentum helped with the final match even though at one point, we were down by 5 points. Regardless, we kept our cool, played smart and ended it 16-14! What a long, nerve wrecking game!
The player of the game award goes to Jayda Norris, who’s contributed a lot to team defense! Our record now stands at 2-0.
We play Calvary Murrieta at 3:30PM this Tuesday @ MAC. Come watch us play!
Come and watch our volleyball games at MAC this Tuesday @3pm and 5pm!
Middle School Basketball Update:
Our boys played their first game vs Moreno Valley. We outscored them 75-43. Connelly Jones and Desi Gonzales shared the highest scores of a combined 56 points. Sean Parker and Zane Hencker had 7 points each, as well as Tristian Hencker who had 5 points. Next game will be vs. Redlands on Thursday.
Girls won 23-21.
MS Football News:
CSD Riverside traveled to Desert Christian Academy for the 1st round playoffs. CSDR’s defense could not stop Desert Christian’s high powered offense. CSDR offense fumbled 7 times but we lost the ball 4 times. Connley Jones scored 2 touchdowns, and Desi Gonzales, Jr scored a touchdown. Nathaniel Jaramillo scored a point after touchdown and it was his first time. Enrico Miller recovered the fumble ball on our 4 yards line preventing DCA from scoring a touchdown. Sean Parker made his first tackle of the year. CSDR was defeated by Desert Christian Academy 52-20.
“It was a very difficult game for CSDR boys BUT our boys kept on pushing themselves in the game and they never gave up! We are looking forward to playing at Hesperia for the consolation game,” stated Coach Andrews.
CSDR will travel to Hesperia on Tuesday the 27th of October at 3:30 pm.
It will be CSDR’s 3rd consecutive year playing in consolation final (lost both times previously).
“2nd win of the season!”
CSD Riverside traveled to Hesperia Christian for their final regular season game. The 1st quarter was a struggle for CSDR which caused Hesperia to lead 14-0.
During the 2nd quarter, CSDR made a little adjustment on offense and defense. CSDR was down at halftime 14-8. At the beginning of 3rd quarter, CSDR was determined to play HARDER. CSDR offense wound down the clock for 8 minutes and scored a touchdown by Connley Jones to lead CSDR to 16-14.
During the 4th quarter, CSDR’s defense was so stubborn defending Hesperia’s offense — not allowing them to move the ball forcing them to punt few times. Hesperia attempted to go for a first down on a 4th down with 1 to go. They fumbled the ball and we recovered. From there, CSDR scored the winning touchdown by Connley Jones. Also, Desi Gonzales, Jr intercepted the pass to seal the game for CSDR. Zane Hencker, our quarterback, kneed and the game was over! CSDR earned their 2nd win of the year!
“It has been 10 years since we beat them. I am more and more proud of our boys for being stubborn with their defense and made it happen. I wanted to say to our 8th graders the best of luck in High School football next year. They are Desi Gonzales, Jr, Connley Jones, Nathaniel Jaramillo, Kade West, Sean Parker, and Robert Marquez,” stated Coach Andrews.
CSDR will be playing in the first round of playoffs next week on Thursday. The opposing team will be announced soon.
CSD Riverside defeated Bethel Christian 3-2 (25-17, 25-16, 15-25, 21-25, and 21-20).
“We fought hard for five whole games until we won by one point ahead. Noemi Ruiz was the player of the game because she did everything perfect by passing, serving and spiking!” Stated by Coach Moore.
CSDR will travel to Calvary Chapel Moreno Valley on Oct 20 (Tuesday) 3:00 PM.
Our CSD Riverside Middle School Volleyball grabbed a victory over the Middle School staff. The Lady Cubs won 2 out of 3 games. It was a great morale boost for the Middle School department. Middle School staff members wore 1970s clothes; unfortunately it did not help them get a victory. Here’s a photo of the entire group, with both students and staff together.
(Photo Credits: Mary Ann Hencker)
Middle School Football News:
“Much Improved Defense!”
CSD-Riverside played against a powerhouse team, Calvary Chapel Murrieta, yesterday. CSDR’s defense was able to shut them down for nearly 3 quarters.
The halftime score was 0-0. Near the end of 3rd quarter, CCM scored and led 6-0.
CSDR offense had been struggling all day long in the game and they could not move the ball much. But CSDR managed to break through their stingy defense and scored. CSDR was still down 14-6.
In the end, CSDR was defeated by CCM, 28-6.
Robert Marquez led the team with 10 tackles. Desi Gonzales, Jr scored a touchdown.
CSDR defense forced them to punt 5 times. We shut another team down for 2 quarters for the first time this year. CSDR offense has been scoring for 20+ consecutive games.
“I am really proud of our boys for their defense playing, in tackling and hitting hard and forcing the other team to punt. Keep up the good work! I can see they will do good in the playoffs! ” stated Coach Andrews.
CSDR will travel for their next game and play vs. Hesperia on Oct 13th.
CSD Riverside defeated Packing House Christian 3-0! (25-23,25-21,28-26)
“We beat the undefeated team, our players had a great serving day and that’s how we won today” stated Coach Moore.
CSDR will host Cornerstone at 3:30 on October 7 (Wednesday)
Middle School Football Update:CSD Riverside traveled to Desert Christian Academy last night.
At the end of the first quarter – we were tied 6-6. At halftime, CSDR was down 28-6 due to turnovers.
During the 2nd half, CSDR was determined not to make any more mistakes. CSDR showed improvement and played better. Zane Hencker and Desi Gonzales, Jr recovered fumbled balls. Cole Burton punted 49 yards! Desi Gonzales, Jr made all the touchdowns.
In the closing seconds CSDR tried to get one more touchdown but didn’t have a chance because the clock showed zero! CSDR lost the game by the score of 48-22.
“Our offense was in the red zone about 4 times and could not finish the job. CSDR had only 8 players on the field. They played their hearts out! Keep on fighting, Cubs,” stated Coach Andrews.
CSDR will host a game against Bloomington Christian on September 24.
I had to take the picture of our COOL Middle School softball team after our hot game at Bethel school yesterday! The score was 13-12! It was amazing how they played and with great sportsmanship. They took the game VERY seriously. I’m so proud of them! Look at their cute socks!
Here is the picture of the team right after the game yesterday. J:\Shared_Data\Everyone 2014-2015\ES-MS Sports.Moore\MS softball game.jpg
ES/MS Sports Coordinator
We had our last volleyball game yesterday. We won 3-0! The scores were 25 – 7, 25 – 17 and 25 – 13. I am so proud of them because we only had three 8th graders and nine 6th graders!
Most of the 6th graders have never played volleyball and I am so impressed with how much they have improved since September.
We recognized three 8th graders who we will miss, Jahida Brown-Love, Shaylene Cochran, and Janae Mixon as they will go into High School this Fall.
I want to thank Scott Kerby for watching the whole game!
We, the Middle School volleyball girls played against their parents today. I was so impressed a lot of parents showed up. They surely had fun playing.
Not only that, CSD Riverside Middle School Volleyball team played against Calvary Murrieta at the CAVE last Sept 25th. We won 3 to 1! We felt so special being there because it will be our last game at the CAVE before it will be demolished in November.
Here is the last picture of the team at the CAVE.
Go little cubbies!
ES/MS Sports Coordinator
I want to let you know that I have already recognized 8th graders Nathanial Humpal and Emma Salazar for the Athlete/Student of the year at the Middle School End of the Year School Wide Awards today. Both of them have participated in all sports from 6th to 8th grades and not only that, they always had a 2.5 GPA or higher for 3 years. They have showed how much they cared for academics and Sports and they know how important it is to do well in school in order to play sports. When you see them, please congratulate them! Here is the picture of them.
8th graders and I have recognized Principal Tammy Mitchell because she gave us her full support for the Middle School Sports Program. We gave her flowers and high heel shoes to try on because DOI Alyce Beard was always wearing high heel shoes everyday.
17 – 8th graders were involved in sports for 2 to 3 years. The Middle School staff will miss them when they enter High School this Fall, but we all know that they will do very well in the next 4 years of high school.
Have a GREAT summer and see you all in the Fall.
Long Live CSD Riverside!
ES/MS Sports Coordinator
WE WON IN FIRST ROUND by 36-31! It was an EXCITING game as well as it was a VERY tough game. Our opponent team, La Sierra Academy, caught up to as they were down by 2 points from 10 points by their full court pressure on us but we went battle against them to break through the pressure and we made some lay-ups and 3 points to keep dominating in the game. Our next destination in the playoff, the second round would be on May 6th which is on Tuesday. I will let you know by Monday where and when we will play.
ES/MS Sports Coordinator
Hello CSD Riverside Community,
Our Middle School Basketball/Cheer teams have been doing so well lately, with a 8-1 record for both the girls and boys. Not only that, they are doing excellent at school with a GPA of 2.0 or above. We are so proud of them!
Instead of doing the summary of each game that I send out weekly, you can check the updates and game summaries. Attached is the game changer link that you can check on for both the girls and boys teams. To become a fan for both teams, click on the blue box called, “Follow this team” It’s a neat one that we learned from Farley Warshaw when he was the coach for the High School Girls team.
MS Boys team…
MS Girls team…
Please come out and root for us in our home games this week.
Tuesday: Boys/Cheer team play against Cornerstone @ 3:30pm @ MAC
Wednesday: Boys/Cheer team play against CCMV @ 3pm @ MAC
Thursday: Girls/Boys Cheer teams play against Bethel @ MAC (Girls @ 3pm and boys and cheer @ 4:30pm)
If you can’t come, check the game changer for each game.
Hope to see each of you at MAC!
Go Middle School Girls/Boys/Cheer teams!
ES/MS Sports Coordiantor
Middle School Sports News
Hello CSD Riverside staff,
Here is the exciting results of this week!
Boys’ record: 5-0!
The Riverside Boys won versus Marlton School for the Deaf. 46-31
The boys were victorious against Marlton School for the Deaf, 46-31 on Thursday with the help of Nathaniel Humpal, who scored 15 points. With a 21-point first quarter, the boys claimed an early lead and held on to top Marlton School for the Deaf 28-16 by halftime. Nathaniel sunk the most baskets during the first period, earning 10 points. Two other players also scored in double digits. Jacob Weiss scored 13 points and Adonis Tauvaalau contributed 11 points. Also contributing were Elijah Andrade (3 points and 1 rebound), Dylan Duarte (2 points and 4 rebounds) and Connley Jones (2 points and 4 rebounds). Adonis was a big defensive contributor as well, racking up 12 rebounds, three steals and two blocks. The boys finished the game with 46 rebounds (15 offensive/31 defensive), three blocks and nine steals.
Girls’ record: 5-1!
The Riverside Girls won versus Baptist Christian, 27-26 – Hot game!
Maricela led the charge for the CSD Riverside’s offense, scoring 9 points, with 5 rebounds. She also contributed 6 steals. Also contributing for the CSD Riverside were Jahaidia Brown-Love (7 points), Janae Blakey (4 points, 3 rebounds, 2 steals), jande Mixon (4 points and 4 rebounds)
The Riverside Girls won versus Marlton School for the Deaf. 26-10!
Nicole Aguirre, 4 points
Alexandra Monge, 6 points
Brianna Lesti, 4 points
Janae Blakey, 4 points and 7 rebounds
I will send you another email for the next games after Spring Break.
Have a great Spring Break!
ES/MS Sports Coordinator
On Saturday, February 15th Middle School Cheer went to their first Cheer competition ever at Knott’s Berry Farm. They have been practicing for weeks getting ready.
All of their hard work had paid off. They came home with a FIRST PLACE trophy in the Middle School Division and Most Enthusiastic performance and State Champions.
Congratulations to the Middle School Cheerleader team!!!
Next step, on our way to the Nationals in Las Vegas in April.
Thank you Tyller McDonald and the coaches for your hard work and dedication!
Head Cheer Coach Stacey Hausman’s comment:
I am so proud of the Middle School cheer team! It is obvious that the members are full of Cub Pride and their coaches are devoted to making sure that CSD Riverside students continue to represent the Deaf community and our school to the best of their abilities. We are so lucky to have such wonderful students and coaches here! Congratulations on your recent success! You all are shining examples of what can be accomplished with a little
Here is the picture of the team
When you see them, please congratulate them!
Go little cubbies!!!
ES/MS Sports Coordinator
Message from MS Sports program:
High School football during Homecoming won 44-0 a few weeks ago and now Middle School football Homecoming won 28-0 last Thursday! A big victory for them and for us! I want to thank Head Coach Marcus for letting my team to practice on the High school field everyday with his team, he really cares for my team! Marcus is looking forward to having 17 players (8th graders) to join his team next year.
Thank you for coming and rooting at our game! We were thrilled to see Superintendent Mal Grossinger come and watch the game. The team was so happy to see him! (See photo)
Thank you Farley and parents for coming to all of our games!
ES/MS Sports Coordinator
Our Middle School Volleyball lost to Cornerstone (1-3).
Hello to our CSDR Community,
I want to say how the Middle School basketball tournament, “Iron 5”, went last February 24th and 25th at CSDR. A plethora of thanks goes out to our hard working, spirited volunteers, especially the Student Body Government Sponsors and Middle School Academic Department. They all did a fabulous job! Teamwork among volunteers was evident throughout the tournament! I was impressed with the leadership of the SBG students who hosted two awe-inspiring parties and Pep Rallies on Friday and Saturday nights. I want to thank many others who helped me immensely! Teachers, Red Crew, Student Aides, Residential Life office, Maintenance Crew, and many parents. What great teamwork!
Six teams from CSD Fremont, Marlton School, Phoenix Day School for the Deaf, Texas School for the Deaf, Arizona School for the Deaf and Blind, and CSDR participated in the tournament. The MAC was filled with fans and players throughout the tournament. I received numerous emails from the visiting schools’ Athletic Directors, telling me how much they enjoyed the experience and their stay. The visiting schools really loved the new cottages. Guess what, they want CSDR to host every year! Thanks to all Athletic Directors for making “Iron 5” a successful event!
Here are the results:
Jerry West Championship- Girls Fremont and Boys Phoenix
Girls Free Throw Championship- Girls Fremont and Boys Texas
3 points Championship: Girls team- Tucson Coach Gerald Brown and Boys team Fremont Coach Romel Thurman
KUDOS and thumbs up, again!!
ECE/ ELEM/ MS Sports Coordinator
Schedule for the Iron Five Basketball Classic:
Friday Feb 24th
7:15-8:00 BREAKFAST (CKC next to the CAVE)
8:30-10:30 Pep Rally/Contests @ MAC
11:00-12:00 Game #1 Boys ARIZONA vs. TEXAS (CAVE)
11:00-12:00 Game #1 Boys MARLTON vs. PHOENIX (MAC)
11:00-1:30 LUNCH (MAC OUTSIDE)
12:00-1:00 Game #2 Girls PHOENIX vs. FREMONT (CAVE)
12:00-1:00 Game #2 Girls RIVERSIDE vs. ARIZONA (MAC)
1:00-2:00 Game #3 Boys FREMONT vs. MARLTON (CAVE)
1:00-2:00 Game #3 Boys RIVERSIDE vs. ARIZONA (MAC)
2:00-3:00 Game #4 Girls ARIZONA vs. TEXAS (CAVE)
2:00-3:00 Game #4 Girls FREMONT vs. MARLTON (MAC)
3:00-4:00 Game #5 Boys TEXAS vs. RIVERSIDE (MAC)
3:00-4:00 Game #5 Boys PHOENIX vs. FREMONT (CAVE)
4:00-5:00 Game #6 Girls TEXAS vs. RIVERSIDE (MAC)
4:00-5:00 Game #6 Girls MARLTON vs. PHOENIX (CAVE)
5:00-6:30 DINNER (CAFETERIA)
7:00-9:30 ICE Breaker Party (Social Hall)
Saturday Feb 25th
7:15-8:30 BREAKFAST (Cottages)
8:30-9:30 Game #1 Girls 1st ROUND (MAC)
8:30-9:30 Game #1 Boys 1st ROUND (CAVE)
10:00-11:00 Game #2 Boys 1st ROUND (MAC)
10:00-11:00 Game #2 Girls 1 st ROUND (CAVE)
11:00-1:00 LUNCH (MAC OUTSIDE)
11:30-12:30 Game #3 Boys #1 vs. Game #1 Winner (CAVE)
11:30-12:30 Game #3 Girls #1 vs. Game #1 Winner (MAC)
1:00-2:00 Game #4 Boys #2 vs. Game #2 Winner (MAC)
1:00-2:00 Game #4 Girls #2 vs. Game #2 Winner (CAVE)
2:30-3:30 Game #5 Boys CONSOLATION vs. CHAMPIONSHIP(CAVE)
2:30-3:30 Game #5 Girls CONSOLATION vs. CHAMPIONSHIP (MAC)
4:00-5:00 Game #6 Girls Game #3 Loser vs. Game #4 Loser (CAVE)
4:00-5:00 Game #6 Boys Game #3 Loser vs. Game #4 Loser (MAC)
4:30-6:30 DINNER (CAFETERIA)
5:30-6:30 Game #7 Girls CHAMPIONSHIP (MAC)
7:00-8:00 Game #7 Boys CHAMPIONSHIP (MAC)
8:00-8:30 Awards Ceremony (MAC)
8:30-10:30 SBG Party (Social Hall)
***MAC (New Multi-Purpose Activity Center) CAVE (Big Gym) ***
The second annual Iron 5 Basketball Tournament will be held at CSDR on February 19th-20th.
The Texas School for the Deaf, Marlton School, Fremont and Riverside for the Deaf will participate in this exciting tournament!
More details and information will be coming soon!
Come and Cheer for US!!
Sports Coordinator for Elem and MS