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Fremont football Head Coach Keller featured on Hidden Heroes

fremontGrowing up, Warren Keller was one of the only deaf students at his school. Now as a high school football coach, he’s determined to make an impact in the deaf community! #HiddenHeroes

Source: CBS Hidden Heroes

West Texas Native Screens Documentary in San Angelo

texasSAN ANGELO, TX - A screening of the documentary "Four Quarters of Silence" took place Wednesday at the Stephens Central Library.

Directed and edited by Cody Broadway, a West Texas native, now residing in the state of Colorado.

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Source: KIDY Fox San Angelo


By Wilton Jackson

louisianaFrom being named the first female head football coach in Louisiana high school history to becoming national champs in deaf football, Louisiana School for the Deaf head coach Susan Gremillion is leading the way and exceeding the odds.

Susan Gremillion knows that she cannot just “slip in” a weekly coaches’ meeting whenever she wants to for the Louisiana School for the Deaf (LSD) football team.

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Source: The Red Diamond Report

Class Act: Deaf Student Excels On The Football Field

By Tim Roberts

Woodrow Wilson HSDALLAS — Sometimes the challenges life gives us seem too big to ever beat, but our Class Act of the Week, Darrion Green is proof that with constant work and dedication, anything is possible.

Darrion is a senior at Woodrow Wilson and a member of the school’s track and football teams. He excels out on the field, but it’s what he overcomes that makes his play so spectacular. Darrion is deaf, and that means a whole brand of challenges most players will never face. So instead of hearing a snap count, he just keeps his eyes on the ball.

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Source: The CW 33

Partially Deaf Football Recruit to Announce College Commitment

By Todd L. Davis

Woodrow Wilson HSA partially-deaf North Texas high school football player will take the next step toward fulfilling his dream of playing college football when he signs his National Letter of Intent Wednesday morning.

Woodrow Wilson High School's Darrion "Speedy" Green will announce his college commitment live on NBC 5 at 11 a.m. The 3-star recruit is set to choose from a list of schools including SMU, New Mexico and New Mexico State.

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Source: NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

San Angeloan's Documentary Chosen for New York Film Festival Premiere

By Brandy Ramirez

texasSAN ANGELO, TX - Previously, LIVE! reported on the undertaking of San Angelo native Cody Broadway, who directed a documentary about the Texas School for the Deaf Rangers football team in Austin. Since our last update, Broadway received even more good news resulting from this inspiring undertaking. The ReelAbilities Film Festival, the largest festival in the country dedicated to presenting films made by and about people with different disabilities, whether physical, developmental or psychological, will be hosting the world premiere of Broadway's documentary, "4 Quarters of Silence," in New York City. The premiere will take place March 2 through March 8, 2017.

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Source: San Angelo LIVE

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