Many people attacked her for what she did. Although, others thought she was brave and strong. Nonetheless, she made history on this day! Lynette Woodard is still healthy and alive. She is doing her best and foremost to share her story and train young girls of all races to play basketball.
In the first game of the tournament I was playing left. A girl was up to bat and popped the ball up to me. I caught it and threw it to 2nd and got that girl out too. Throughout that year I recorded more double plays, and almost all of them were in the same style as the initial one. I feel very admirable when I make a good defensive play to help the team win.
In that game I shot three baskets and got fouled bad. I got back to up and made all two free shots winning the game. When we won the summer league I felt so good. I still have the trophy today and whenever I see it I feel proud. Playing in the
A new coach to Chaska is a familiar face for girls basketball, former Chaska Athena triathlete Ellen Degler is this year’s JV girls basketball coach. Ellen Degler is a Chaska Alumni, a previous player for the Chaska Hawks girls basketball team. Her high school experience was one to remember. Degler said that she was blessed with a lot of opportunity in high school, and those opportunities brought her and her team success.
After playing a tough semifinal they were able to qualify against an amazing team, who consisted of a player almost as talented as CJ and he came in 6’10”. The game had been fast paced. The crowd was in awe as they witnesses two of the best players in the state play an astounding game of basketball. They maintained a tied game until the last few minutes where the game would depend on whoever held position of the ball at the end, it was that close. Only eight seconds before the timer went out the opposing team managed to put in a three- point shot.
I have been playing basketball since I was in 5th grade. When I went to middle school, I was selected by the district basketball team. I intended to attend every practice because I really did enjoy playing basketball. When I entered 8th grade, there was a tournament amongst all the 8 districts in ShenZhen, the city in which I lived. I considered the tournament as a precious opportunity for me to prove my efforts.
When I was seven, I received a six-foot basketball hoop. It has become one of my favorite gifts. I practiced and played on it every day, which helped me focus. This built intensity, which helped me take basketball seriously.
I have played softball with my older sister for many years and June 7, 2013 was one of the most heartbreaking days of my life. My sister Ashlynn was the starting shortstop player for our team. She was a great player with a positive attitude and always gave her best effort. Ashlynn was a role model to me and to other younger players on and off the field. On June 7, 2013, she suffered a season ending injury as she tore her meniscus and put her knee out of place.
I think the whole team was nervous, but we still went out there and did our best. Another memorable moment that I had from being a cheerleader was, basketball season it was very intense to see and cheer at the basketball games. Our halftime routines we’re awesome and I had a really good time cheering for the boys and girls basketball team. Competition Season was my very favorite, Our team work hard, like really hard and it took focus, we ended up coming out 1st Place winners in almost every competition, It made
I enjoy playing softball and tennis, I also participate in speech and debate at Bettendorf High School. I’ve played softball since I was seven years old and I just started playing tennis for the high school last year and I was number one on the junior varsity squad. My sister proceeded to get me interested in speech and debate, I started with Lincoln-Douglas debate and placed semi-finalist at one of the tournaments last year and traveled to Dallas, Texas for Nationals because I qualified in Eastern Iowa districts. This year I will be starting a new event called Original Oratory and I will also be continuing in Lincoln-Douglas.
George Herman ''Babe'' Ruth Jr. Was a professional baseball player whose career in major league baseball spanned 22 seasons, from 1914 through 1935. Babe played his first major league game on July 11, 1914. Babe Ruth was an outstanding baseball player. One of his sayings were ''I swing with everything I got, I hit big and I miss big.
Babe Ruth just absolutely loved baseball. He was able to play in the majors. Babe was really good in the majors. Babe was the reason that a rivalry started in the major leagues. The rivalry is between the Yankees and Red Soxs.
The Great Depression The 1930s were marked by the Great Depression. The Great Depression started on October 18, 1929. Herbert Hoover was president at the time. The Great Depression lasted for ten years.
One In a Million Home Run: On May 4, 2008, college softball player, Sara Tucholsky, hit her first ever home run. While running to first base, Tucholsky felt a pain in her right leg, in which she had torn a ligament in her knee. Since Tucholsky was unable to finish running the bases, players Mallory Holtman and Liz Wallace of the opposing team, decided to carry her to home plate.