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  • Writer's pictureDominic Konareski

Hear No Plays, Winning For Days

The Riverside School for the Deaf's varsity football team went to the California State championships for the first time in their 60-year history. Despite the players not being able to hear their teammates the team was in GOAT mode as they went undefeated in the regular season with a 62-point average per game. To add on to the dominant season the team also snapped their losing season streak as CDSR had their first winning season since 2011. CSDR sadly lost in the state championship game 74-22, no matter what though this was without a doubt an historic season for the school at the end of the night along with being a true statement season for the team.

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