A New Academy Tennis balls are being hit from left to right, sweat is dripping from all parts of my body, everyone on the team is making an effort to win the game, and everyone else on the team is depending on me for the last point of the game. My opponent hits me a short slow ball and I strike the ball as hard as I can into the right corner of the court for the game winner. The other guy tries his hardest to get the ball back in play but the ball flies out of bounds. The smiling faces of my teammates running over to me yelling, “Yes! That’s how we do it D!” fill me with joy.
I was prepared to score. Lydia passed it to me and it was as strong as a bullet shot directly at my stick. It hit my stick, and I turned and knocked it in the goal just like I’ve done a million times in practice. I scored the fourth goal for my team. I was so excited and proud of my team, and right then I realized how much all my hard work paid off.
This makes him a great role model and shows that you can do many things if you believe in yourself. He taught me to never give up no matter the difficulty. He is such a caring and a great person. He was incredible inside and outside the court. He showed great sportsmanship, even if his opponents weren’t too nice.
The players all wanting a taste of the winning check of a million dollars. The game was filled with wonderful plays from each team. The goalies making unbelievable saves with their stick, glove, and legs. The Pacific division came away with a
I can vividly remember the play that led up to our first goal. The skillful passes from player to player, defeating each person that tried to obstruct our one-set minds and our eyes on the goal. Our timing was perfect and our moves swift, I was baffled at the precision and skill our team used and I quickly came to understand the growth the team had reached. I can never forget the moment when we all ran in for a group hug to express our joy, it made me feel an emotion I never thought i’d feel for a school sport. Although it was just one goal and we still lost, a sort of realization came over me.
Studies show that playing Basketball helps you focus more in school. Basketball also increases my confidences, makes my bones stronger, develops self-discipline, and burns major calories(for an hour of basketball, I can almost burn 500-600 calories! ).The main reason why I play basketball is mostly because I enjoy it, so it’s a win-win situation for
Luckily, my hard work had paid off and…. I made freshman team! As excited as I was, I knew the real hard work was yet to come. It took a little bit of time to sink in. It wasn’t until the uniforms and the team gym bags were handed out that I really began to think, hey it’s time to put in work, I’m actually going to be playing in real games soon.
When you're skating with friends you try even harder than when skating by yourself. You have a constant competitiveness with your friends, but in a good way. The competitiveness feels as if it's incognito; because if you do the trick before your friend does, he or she get super pumped for you and then you get super pumped from them and tell them, “ you got it next try.” Then when they do you all get pumped up and are hyped on each other for landing it. After that y'all feel like the coolest people on the planet. That's why when skateboarding, you have a constant goal everyday waiting to be
My most favorite memory as a Indian Springs Cheerleader was our first home game in the new stadium It was very intense and it was a very long day, it was my very first time cheering at a game in like years so I was scared and nervous, I don’t watch football much so I didn’t know what was happening on the field but later on in the game I got the hang of it. This was great because I got to cheer with great team that night and hope that I get to do it again . Another favorite moment was the Pep Rally, it was my first time performing in the rally and I never thought I would be able to do something so cool. 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.
During the week of tryouts we practiced right after school from 3:00 P.M. until 6:00 P.M. I was so tired that I had to come home and go straight to bed. I also missed my cousin's birthday party, and even a few other events because of practice. I missed some school events, too. But making the squad had always been an enormous dream of mine.
If I could use some adjectives to describe Lee Trevino it would probably be, ambitious, gregarious, and joyful. I think these adjectives best describe Trevino because he has been struck by lighting, taught himself to play golf, and he has always been so happy about it. He has always been so happy and playful that even his fans gave him the nickname “Merry Mex” because he was so happy and he’s Mexican. But Lee Trevino was
If we won this game, it would mean a college scholarship for Fortunato and a guaranteed future. As we stepped in the court, the game began. This game was one of Fortunato 's greates games. He was scoring for our team many times but the other team was also keeping up with us. They had a star player on the other team like Fortunato but, Fortunato was better.
There was another practice on Thursday, but nothing special happened there, excepted are star midfielder Luke Jayne broke his right leg, an arm and his jaw in a car accident. “Well there goes are chance of winning any of our games this tournament” said pretty much our whole team. “We still have two weeks for practices before our Washington tournament, that’s a mass amount of time to get prepared” Coach Moe said. For the last week we have been practicing on teamwork and we have been running an abundance amount every day. Although we hate running it really help us get back into shape and our stamina.
The next four days weren’t that bad, we just had practice and continued to focus on the big game ahead of us. Win and move on or lose and go home, and in my case lose and that’s the end of your high school career. It’s a hard concept to grasp, you play for the same team for 4 years earn your spot and then you get to a point where it could be your last game ever. The game took place on March 12th; it was a Thursday at 6:30. I remember waking up for school that day extremely sick with a cold, I know it sounds weak, but it was really bad.
His ball handling skills were like no other. He led his team to the finals as they beat the Cleveland Cavaliers six-two making stephen Curry a champion. People couldn 't believe how he made the team pull together and how good he was. Some people thought that it might be all over though, that he would be a one year wonder. He proved them wrong, the next year, season 2015/2016 he led his team in beating not only one of the best records of all time but the most records of all time.