The Bears got themselves out of trouble and Burgess made his old team mates pay, charging through the line to dash 60 metres for his hat trick. Levido added the extras and it was 20 points to 2 at half time. Wyong were literally running up hill the second half, three converted tries behind the Bears and Morrie Breen Oval slopes from north to south made the job hard.
Anyways, I got up to kick and the “superstar” from Mrs. Lennox’s class was pitching. All I could think about was kicking the ball over trailview so this kid would have no chance of fielding it. Well, that didn’t happen, I barely squandered a measly kick near second base and of course he ran from the pitcher's mound all the way to second where he easily fielded the ball. Then he proceeded to run right up to me and instead of tag me with ball, he got a couple inches away from me and chucked it as hard as he could. That really
He snaps the ball, quick handoff to Gore, he breaks a tackle, and is brought down after a gain three. Luck hikes the ball, screen pass to TY Hilton, he spins off of Miller, breaks away from Harris Jr., and won’t be stopped! He’s running, at the fifteen, the ten, the five, and TOUCHDOWN! What a play! Extra point attempt is good by Vinitaeri.
So here 's the play: Grier is in shotgun with Taylor next to him. Powell goes in motion to the right of the formation joining Jake McGee and Antonio Callaway. At the snap, Callaway runs a flat route to his left sucking in the LB and McGee runs a flag route clearing the FS out of the middle. Powell runs an angle route where he runs toward the sideline and cuts back toward the middle and it was WIDE OPEN for a huge gain! When was the last time this fanbase has seen THAT kind of creativity on offense?!
so i was just gonna be aggressive with him the whole time. He finally got me in the open court and everyone cleared out it was just me and him in the backcourt. Swear dripping down my face i knew thus is where I can make or break the game. Right here right now. The crowd went silent.
Fidel knew that today was not the day for him to be a couch potato and rest. He knew that he had to go to his friends house to go play a game of cascaritas. Throughout Fidels childhood his father introduced him to the world of soccer. Fidel was really amazed and passioate about the fact that he is being tought soccer. From Kicking a simple round ball to dribbleing and megging people.
The first time on a football field and i was very hyped about it cause i got to play and the coach put me as starter because i was the biggest one on the field. The very first play we got sacked but are left lineman didn't stop the ball they got pushed over and we got sacked. The ball was on the 25 yard line and we were trying to get to the fifteen yard line to get the first down and we were short 10 yards but we could still get cause if we work hard you play hard.
One game left. The game that determines if you make it to the state tournament or not with 50 seconds left and I have possession of the ball. What do you do in a moment like this? Coaches are yelling in your ear to hurry up because time is running out. Best thought is to dribble up the side line and drive a big ball into the circle and hope that my teammates are there to put the ball in the back of the cage.
I can see the hot, watery sweat dripping down Lexi’s face. Sprinting down and up the field causes Lexi’s face to turn bright red like a tomato. Lexi and I push through the heat and persevere to try and win the final game, but with three minutes left we might not have enough time. As the other team starts with the ball Lexi and I give each other a look and at the top of her lungs Lexi screams ‘GOOO” and sprints down the field rushing to the ball.
I leaped as high as I could and unfortunately missed the tip the game was already heading south but the game had just started so we had no worries. The first quarter had several lead changes we both had bad shooting quarters shooting below the 30% but that wasn’t what mattered we were all worried about looking good as a team and winning the game not individual stats. About ¾ of the way through the first quarter our coach called a timeout and called us to the sideline and said “Guys you are a great group of kids and have made my coaching experience beyond expectable and you are a bright group of kids so after this season I’ll be retiring and making sure I go out with bang so win this game for me!” and that’s when the game took a drastic change, we began to play with our heart not just our
Stepping into the batter's box with the crowd going wild and then seconds later it is dead silent: Joe was a nervous wreck trying not ruin the longest hitting streak in Major League Baseball (MLB). He was one of the greatest hitters and center fielders in all of baseball history. DiMaggio, otherwise known as the “Yankee Clipper” and “Joltin’ Joe”, was famous for his gracefulness both at the plate and out on the field. Joe used an unusually wide batting stance to achieve his record breaking 56 game hitting streak. He spent his whole career with the Yankees and lead the team to nine World Series Championships.
Joe Dimaggio has the longest hitting streak ever, he was an all-star all 13 of his seasons, was or is he still the best baseball player the world has ever seen? Joe was an amazing baseball player during his 13 year career (Kennedy). Joe’s famous hitting streak took place in 1941 (Kennedy). Joe was the 8th born of 9 children ("The Official Site of Joe DiMaggio"). Dimaggio is great not only because of his hitting streak, but he was a nice man (Kennedy). He had an amazing baseball career(Kennedy).
The Lacrosse Journey Just last week I had a crazy adventure and it included my favorite sport Lacrosse so let me tell you about it. So last week the Lacrosse maniac came into town and I had to battle him in a Lacrosse game. It was me against him. First I had the ball and I got around him with a spin
In front of Hitler, the Washington rowing team was the victor the 1936 Olympics. The Washington team was a handful of boys who had come from the Wild West during the Great Depression. They didn’t have money, but they had power and a willingness to work hard. Joe, the main character, had innumerable experiences in his life that he could of used to destroy him, but they only made him stronger. Conversely, plenty others would have given up.