I am studying very hard to accomplish my dream of coaching. I would love to coach the same high school I played in for four years. I played soccer at Nacogdoches high school. This time marks the best times of my life so far. I will never forget the experience of playing competitive soccer and represent my school .
Recently I committed to Allen Community College to continue my soccer career. Having done this all my hard work has payed off. A few months ago I was questioning if I even wanted to continue playing after high school season ended but Allen definitely changed that for me. This is one of my biggest achievement because soccer has always had such a positive impact on my life. Being able to say that I got offered a scholarship to continue playing has had a huge impacts on me as a person.
You could tell that she loved working with younger girls because of how supportive she was. Our workouts were not easy but even though it took forever to finish, there she was smiling and encouraging us to keep going. She always puts everyone else’s needs above her own. Despite whatever happened during the day, the moment she stepped onto the field, she was the coach we all knew and loved. Jarica Martarano is someone I admire due to her dedication, helpfulness, and everything she has taught me about life and softball.
Playing soccer can help one become a superior athlete. Coaches are one of the main necessities to developing one’s speed and strength. When the coaches condition the players at practice, it puts them at their peak fitness level. After a year or so of hard work at practice, one can be progressed
I spent many hours outside for many days to get into shape and fit enough to play for long periods of time. My friends I played with push me even harder because most of them have played soccer since they were small, so they knew a lot more of the basics than I did at first. My sophomore year was personally my favorite year of soccer. During the Corinth tournament while my team played against Saltillo. There was a penalty called about fifty
In life there are many influences that shape a person 's personality. Winning Balance by Shawn Johnson shows the many influences she has had in her life, that made her who she is today. Shawn Johnson is from West Des Moines, Iowa and is known as the retired Olympic Gymnast. She won four gold medals for gymnastics, in the 2008 Summer Olympics. Her family is a big part of her life and has been her number one fan.
As I have continued to carry on my passions in the school community and through extracurricular activities I believe I will be able to do the same at Saint Francis. One of the many things I am passionate about is soccer, and other sports. I enjoy being a part of a smaller community with the same interest, and passions. I am also interested in being a part of the other clubs at Saint Francis such as photography, baking club, and being a shadow host. One of my favorite activities is to play soccer, I have been playing soccer since a very young age.
I continued striving every day and ultimately the practice paid off and I won an invitational my eight-grade year and winning was the greatest sensation I had ever endured. As the years have gone on, I have worked harder and only become more passionate for the game. I have endured an abundance of success which included advancing to state this past summer and competing there was like a fantasy. Discovering the game of golf sprouted a passion within me and that passion grows more each day. I have learned that I relish the journey of success and admire seeing results.
Now that i 've grown mentally I learned more about soccer and how it should be played. I now think teamwork is very important. And great teamwork leads to winning and more accomplishments.Just a few months ago after a game my coach was proud of me and how I make very good passes also how I always look for open players to pass to. So I guess nowadays I pass more often and I also look for teammates that are opened on the field. Also I give other players opportunities to score.
Besides her incredible gymnastics career, Simone is one of the most powerful female African American athletes. Her name should be known to all aspiring athletic children both men, women, and all races. She is powerhouse that continues to make history, and is a major role model for people of all ages. Come August, Simone will be leading the Women 's Gymnastics Olympic Team to Rio along with her teammates Madison Kocian, Laurie Hernandez, and two returning Olympic Champions, Gabrielle Douglas, and Alexandra Raisman. Simone is the favorite for gold, and with her history, power, and talent, she could be walking away with many, if not all of the gold medals from Rio.