“You may not control all the events that happen to you, but you can decide not to be reduced by them.” Maya Angelou I have been playing soccer since I was six years old and being the competitive person that I am, soccer helps to relieve stress and brings me joy. At the end of each soccer season one girl on the team is honored by receiving the Most Valuable Player award, the MVP award goes to the best and most versatile player on the team. It was my sophomore year of high school and my second year on the girls’ varsity soccer team. At the end of my freshman year I knew that for my sophomore soccer season I wanted to win the MVP
We won some games, and we lost games, but we did it together. In the beginning of the season, rumors of doubt spread about our team being too short, or not good enough. A Lewistown High School team had not won a Regional Championship since the year 2002, but against all doubts, I knew my team could win. Not only had I seen their mistakes, along with my own, throughout this season, but I also watched them grow as athletes and individuals.
and I was so excited for what my future holds in lacrosse. I loved that I could share my accomplishments with my family and friends. The season had finally come to an end, and I was really delighted to of won the All-Region Women 's Lacrosse award. I also won MVP my freshman year.
An important discourse community that was a part of my life was my volleyball team during my four years of high school. I started playing my first year going into high school and continued until I graduated. Until now I wasn’t even aware that would even be considered a discourse community, but it fits all of the qualifications of Swales’ definition of a discourse community. Goals
I have a younger brother in 6th grade currently, his name is Elliott. My goal to achieve is to get a scholarship to play soccer at college one day. I go by the quote “True championships aren’t always the one that win, but those with the most guts. ”- Mia Hamm.
My older brother, Matthew was a superb student and athlete. He as well dealt with problems that affected him in high school, which I will not mention towards his privacy. In the long run, all his struggles turned out to make him successful. Matthew graduated Montclair State University with an outstanding academic performance in Marketing. Not to mention, last year in May he took part in the 2015 Telebrands Inventors Day for Aspiring Entrepreneurs.
Finally, I took a deep breath swung my worn out foot back and struck the ball with all my might as if my life depended on it. The ball curved to the top right corner of the goal and the crowd went wild. Instead of there being a melancholy atmosphere looming over me, an atmosphere of blissfulness surrounds me. When I got back home, I saw Bill and he told me, “Although you were terrible in the beginning, you came through in the end and earned your respect.” My coach called everybody on the team to a meeting the next day and announced that we will be going to the State Cup.
While soccer is singled out as one of my very strong passions, I find myself playing harder and smarter during school soccer. With the help of Craig Rocastle, former professional soccer player and the current coach of Seaman High School, we are undergoing one of the best seasons Seaman High has ever had. Presently after seven games we have yet to face defeat; furthermore, Rocastle pushes our team to the limits and states, “We will fly, I am proud of our season so far but there is still another level in us.” As our team enter each game with new mentalities and expectations we are; in fact, becoming a better team while also handling the task at hand and winning the game.
Four years ago I never thought that basketball would come to an end. During my freshman year I thought that high school was endless, and senior year seemed like a distant future. Last Wednesday brought me back into reality, and showed me that the end is near. It was the District Semi-Final game, and of course we had to play McBain for the third time this season. That day we had an overall good feeling about the game, but there was also this nagging sensation that volleyball may repeat itself.
This team intends to take their season one game at a time and intend to win a conference championship. Maryse has a very level headed view about this season, explaining that “things just take of themselves”. The team trains
I kept going for the guy next to me performing to the best to his ability. Success was the result of all the hard relentless work done throughout June into August. I acknowledged that my team had a good group of seniors who were high character student-athletes I spent most of childhood with. Ultimately finishing with a record of 3 wins and 7 loses taught me many lessons on becoming a better person and
Eminent person Ava Solis A1-2 12- 1-15 Carli Lloyd did something that nobody could think of, she broke the record of the fastest hat trick ever recorded. She helped the U.S national team by using persistence and becoming an award winning soccer player. She illuminated in the world by being an inspiration to young players. In under 16 minutes Carli Lloyd scored 3 goals in the most important game of the season. This extraordinary soccer player has been dominating the field lately and showing people exactly what she can do.
Cam Newton led his Tigers to a National Championship game in 2011. The season was rough but at the end it was all worth it. They ended the season 14-0(8-0 in SEC Conference). The National Title game was on January 10, 2011 the game was against the Oregon Ducks. The game was well fought and both teams were playing the hearts out.