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PITCH IN BIG GAME OR PITCH IN ON SCHOOL PROJECT?

It’s time for another “YOU MAKE THE CALL”….. Like always, I will give you the situation then you email me back with your best answer for this real life situation. This is just one notch above reality TV. Ok, here we go….. I am the master of being “double booked”. And, as a matter of fact, I usually do it ... Read More »

HEY, KIDS, THIS COLUMN IS FOR YOU FOR A CHANGE

Ok kids, this week it is your turn for me to talk to you. Usually I talk to your parents, but this week it’s all about you! Have you ever thought that your mom or dad yelled too much at your games? Well, here is a check list to help you know if they are too into it: (just grab ... Read More »

“STEVO” PROVES THA ODDS ARE MADE TO BE BEATEN

Your kids will never make the pros. Your kids will never get a scholarship to play sports. The odds and the percentages of either of these two happening are staggering. Somebody forgot to tell that to Steven Lenhart, or “Stevo” as the locals call him. I had the opportunity to meet Stevo this past weekend and hear his story. Math ... Read More »

WITH YOUNGER KIDS, EVERY TEAMMATE SHOULD PLAY

Thanks Tom, for your article of 12/4. I really enjoyed it and thought that it reflected my own sentiments. I spent several years coaching youth soccer and Little League. I used to spend hours laying out the game plan as to who would play and how much time. I always tried to set up equal time for all players on ... Read More »

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