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Avon's inside game overcomes Lafayette Jeff

Feb 17, 2014 • Lafayette Jefferson High School
Missing just one shot from the field in the fourth quarter, Avon rallied to defeat Lafayette Jeff 56-50 in a Hoosier Crossroads Conference boys basketball game Friday night. The Orioles (7-9) were 7 of 8 in the fourth quarter, including 3 of 4 from 3-point range, to erase the Bronchos&rsq More

Mark Preston is named principal at Jeff

Jul 30, 2013 • Lafayette Jefferson High School
Athletic director and assistant principal Mark Preston has been selected as the next principal of Lafayette Jefferson High School . The Lafayette School Corp More

Coach McTagertt Named J & C's Coach Of The Year

Jun 30, 2013 • Lafayette Jefferson High School
A year ago, Lafayette Jeff finished 12-17 with a squad of promising sophomores and juniors. This season, those young Bronchos fulfilled their potential, winning 22 games and reaching semistate for the first time in a quarter-century. Lafayette Jeff then battled More

Peter Ripke is J&C's Big School Baseball Player of the Year

Jun 30, 2013 • Lafayette Jefferson High School
The freshman tagged along on Lafayette Jeff’s spring trip to Tennessee just for the experience. Circumstances barely allowed him time to warm a seat in the dugout. “We got down there, and our shortstop exploded and got thrown out of a game,” Lafayette Jeff coach More

Hollendonner steps down as Lafayette Jeff boys soccer coach

Jun 25, 2013 • Lafayette Jefferson High School
Tim Hollendonner plans to carry permanent reminders of his six years leading Lafayette Jeff’s boys soccer program. “You can take all the pictures you want,” Hollendonner said. “But the things t More

BT&F STATE FINALS: #1 Hamilton SE claims first boys track title

Jun 1, 2013 • by E. Shawn Aylsworth • HOOSIER SPORTS 365
PICS, VIDEO!! Seniors Davis (400 meters) and Reeder (1600) pace coach Joe Golden’s Royals to 16-point team victory over #12 Lafayette Jefferson (100, 200, 4x100 relay winners) followed by #8 Center Grove and #2 defending champion Lawrence Central, whose senior Dorsey wins Mental Attitude Award More

BT&F STATE FINALS: Results

Jun 1, 2013 • by Michael McGraw • HOOSIER SPORTS 365
PICS, VIDEO!! #1 Hamilton SE snags school’s first track title, downing #12 Lafayette Jeff, #8 Center Grove, #2 defending state champion Lawrence Central at IU-Bloomington More

BG RANKINGS: Columbus North, Valparaiso, Floyd Central finish 1-2-3

May 30, 2013 • by E. Shawn Aylsworth • HOOSIER SPORTS 365
The final IHSGCA Top 10: Bull Dogs, Vikings, Highlanders, Westfield, Evansville Memorial, Carmel, Avon, Hamilton Southeastern, Fort Wayne Dwenger, Warsaw More

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IHSAA TIPS OF THE WEEK

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How do you handle adversity in the classroom or during your sport of choice?  What happens if you or your team gets a bad call during a game?  How do you react when you don't get the grade you think you deserve in the classroom?

Let's face it, when you play sports you know that some calls won't be in your favor.  How you react to them will either leave a good impression or bad impression with those calling the game and your coaches and teammates.

The same holds true in the classroom.  Your final grade is determined by more than just your test scores.  Your attitude, your effort in class, and turning in all of your assignments on time will increase your chance of a better grade.

Life, as in sports, may not seem fair, but it is how you deal with the challenges along the way that determines your success and happiness.

B.

Have you been paying attention to the presidential debates and the upcoming presidential election that will take place in November? 

In a recent poll, potential voters were asked the question, "What is more important to you in a candidate, trust of the individual or agreement with the candidate's opinions and policies?  Trust won in a landslide.

I would say regardless of the situation - politics, jobs, athletics, or in the classroom, trust is the key component to success. 

Trust means being open to the wisdom and guidance of those in charge.  By trusting your teachers and coaches, you will more likely grow and succeed in your talents and abilities.

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