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IHSAA: Twelve to receive Cato Memorial Scholarship Awards

Apr 11, 2013 • HOOSIER SPORTS 365
Winners: Bode (Avon), Dietrich (Crown Point), Douglass II (SB Washington), Duncan (Providence), Farlow (Southwood), Hilgenhold (Perry Central), Kimmel (Tippecanoe Valley), O’Rourke (Lebanon), Pritchett (Lapel), Shake (Sullivan), Sievern (Ev. Memorial), Tatlock (Edinburgh) More

SB SCOREBOARD: Week 3

Apr 7, 2013 • by E. Shawn Aylsworth • HOOSIER SPORTS 365
4A Chesterton/Ev. Central/New Castle 6-0, Pend. Hts./Roncalli 5-0, Floyd Cent. 4-0, New Albany 8-1; 3A Kank. Valley 5-0, Mish. Marian 4-0, Princeton 3-0, Gibson So. 4-1; 2A Paoli 6-0, Rochester 4-0, S. Putnam 5-1, Alexandria 4-1; 1A Frontier 6-0, Bethesda Chr. 3-0, N. Vermillion 5-0, Tecumseh 4-1 More

IHSAA: Boonville’s James nominated for national Spirit of Sport Award

Apr 5, 2013 • HOOSIER SPORTS 365
Boys swimmer afflicted with Asperger Syndrome overcomes life-threatening disorder by returning to pool following double lung transplant; SOS nominees from 18 other schools listed as well More

W STATE FINALS: #1 Perry Meridian 3-peats with three individual champs

Feb 17, 2013 • by E. Shawn Aylsworth • HOOSIER SPORTS 365
PICS, VIDEO!! LeCount (132), McClurg (160), Winfield (285) lead the way as Falcons roll up 102.5 points to easily get past #16 Yorktown (62), #15 Mishawaka (53) as Sliga, Micic, Molloy all capture their second crowns More

IHSAA TIP OF THE WEEK

03-12-12

Very seldom will the student-athlete experience the perfect game or practice, even though that should be your ultimate goal.

The true champion will fall short of their expectations over and over again, but will continue to bounce back and give their best effort day in and day out.

When falling short of your coach's or your own expectations, don't place the blame on others.  Take responsibility for your shortcomings and strive to improve daily.

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  3-19-12

Student-athletes grow, mature, and improve at different age levels.  Some kids develop growth and strength early on in their careers, and others must wait to mature and would be considered late bloomers.

If you are a late bloomer, don't ever give up on yourself as an athlete.  You still have that chance for improvement because you are just beginning to catch up with your classmates in regard to size and strength.

It's hard to predict when and how the student-athlete will peak with their athletic performance.  But those who have late growth spurts are never out of the picture, if they continue to practice and work hard at their sport.

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  3-26-12

One of the best pieces of advice that you can receive from coaches; when you get tired in a game or practice, keep your hands off of your knees.  In other words, don't lean over to catch your breath.  By doing so, you may be encouraging your opponent.

It is no different in the classroom.  A student-athlete should never lay their head on their desk without permission of the teacher in charge.  It shows disrespect to instruction!

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