DEAF CALIFORNIA HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL TEAM GOES UNDEFEATED


The high school football team at the California School for the Deaf just defied the odds with an undefeated season. The varsity team went 11-0 this season and also won their championship game for the first time in the school's history. Coach Keith Adams told ABC News, "It's inspiring for the deaf community quite honestly. 11 and 0 we've never experienced this being this far in playoffs. The community is so excited, the morale has been uplifted, the self-esteem of our players -- you can see a major difference." Wide receiver Jory Valencia said, "We're showing the world we can play. We're not losing anymore.”


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