“If I tried to tell you what her role is at the club I would be diminishing that role. Everywhere I go, everybody knows Candace. Everybody knows her because all their kids have been schooled by her."
“Everybody who has a job right now as a goalie coach should thank their lucky stars for Herb Brooks and Warren Strelow. Because without them, it was, ‘get in the net, stop the puck, don’t bother them.’ ”
Empowered Sports Club in Fort Wayne, Indiana, shares passing movement and progression drills for training passing in the beach and indoor.
In just four short years, the Detroit Ice Dreams have built a strong program. There are about 30 kids ages 3-17 who play on a regular basis plus another 10 kids in a learn-to-skate class.
College football isn’t about what you think you deserve. It’s not about what you think you’re entitled to. It’s about what you earn.
This is the 54th installment of Seven Minutes. It's a series of interviews with college wrestling's top stars. Most of the question-and-answer sessions last roughly seven minutes. Hence the name.
"I hope other colleges and universities, regardless of the level, get involved and incorporate utilizing those players and working with the youth players. It makes the game better.”
The players on Swinging Richards try to play in four to five tournaments per year, all south of the Mason-Dixon Line.
Two months ago, it looked as if Justin Sears’ high school career would end on an operating table. He was supposed to undergo five weeks of radiation treatment followed by surgery to remove a tumor in his chest.
Brett Douglas, fueled in part by the sudden death of his cousin, is taking a two-pronged approach to combating Sudden Cardiac Death by educating and screening students and athletes aged 12 to 22 in his home state of Ohio.
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