The Clean Cut: Deaf high school football team crushes opponent, team featured on ESPN

Posted November 1, 2016

On Thursday evening the California School for the Deaf - Fremont football team cruised to victory beating Woodland Christian 43-0.

The game was the first time an all-deaf team played in a game shown on ESPN.

The game was highlighted on ESPN later that evening. ESPN had interpreter, Sarah D'Agostino, on hand to interpret for deaf viewers.

In addition to highlights of the game, the clip also featured a passionate halftime speech by one of the Eagle's players and video from the team's pep rally.

Watch the video on ESPN here.


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