I also have a deep love for football as many of the kids in this story did. The kids in this story talked about how when they were young they would go to the games on Friday nights, and dream about what the future for them would be like. They could not wait to play for the Permian school district, and be the town heroes. This aspect of the story for me was so relatable. I too would go to Scott City Beaver games when I was young, and dream about what my future would hold as a football player.
These players must buy into a program in order to be successful and if we as coaches let them know we value them they will buy in. Defenders are also hard workers, which is a very important quality to me. This past year coaching football at Oak Hill High School has taught me that if a team and a staff work hard together something very special can happen in a short amount of time. Both the players and the staff worked diligently to have success on and off the field. When the season concluded we had won a conference championship and appeared in the Ohio High School playoffs.
To me football is like a second family (simile. When freshmen football lifting started I decided that was going to work as hard as I could to be my best. So, that is what I did all school year and all summer I put a ton of effort into becoming the best football play I could be. One of the most important experiences of my life was my starting in my first varsity football game, it taught me that hard work always pays off, and changed the way that I look at life.
They said that it is one of the most competitive place to cheer at. They are a twenty time NCA National Champions. I know a girl that cheers at the University of North Carolina. Her name is Gabbi and I would like to be like her one day. She has one more year of college and she is a flyer I know her because her fiance was once my babysitter and he went to GW and then went on to play football for UNC my family still keeps in touch with Ryan and thats how I know her.
Kathleen high school football has taught me many things over the past four years like learning the fundamentals of football, being consistent, being a student athlete and love what you’re doing. High school football at Kathleen high school has taught me a lot over the past four years. A part of my personal experience playing football at Kathleen high school was learning the fundamentals of football. Learning the fundamentals wasn’t just like any other thing that could be taught in a classroom but it required full dedication and determination. There are three things a football player should always do while learning the fundamentals.
I was constantly with my best friend during the last three days that was leading up to the moment. His name was Daniel, we have known each other since kindergarten, and he was a big asset to the team. Daniel would always say, “Edgar, I know how much this game mean to you, but no matter if we win or lose, I’ll know that you would’ve given it your all”. I was inspired by his statements because he was always that motivational friend. The end of the school day came upon us and we both headed down to the field for training.
When I was a little girl, I wanted to be a soccer player. My dad told me that I could join the Wilson soccer team when I was in kindergarten. I was so excited to join because my inspiration to play soccer was my dad. I always watched him player soccer when he had a game, and I would always practice on my own and keep trying to be better. Thanks to my dad, I was the best player on my team when I got to play, and my dad always used to help me because he was the soccer coach.
Son is always willing to help out his team in big games and he usually does by scoring many glorious game winning goals. With his past years at Tottenham, he has played many games to prove his capability on the field. With the help of his fabulous teammates, he has scored many beautiful goals especially in high pressure situations. “The South Korean attacker tallied the lone goal as Tottenham defeated Crystal Palace 1-0… It marked his 20th goal in the top flight of English football…”
Michael Oher had an amazing career. First, he was homeless and now he became such a wonderful offensive tackle in the National Football League (NFL). “I would have dreams all the time about me playing in the NFL. Every day I woke up, I said to myself.. I'm going to work hard.. to get to that next level.” (“Michael Oher
Everyday everyone would always run to the high jump pit to get out of running. He would always come over and talk to Brogan and I. My 9th Grade year during track Jake really helped me with the 300 hurdles, he kept showing me ways to keep my arms down as I was running so I didn’t look like a bird. Jake supported me with my move to Iron Mountain when everyone else thought I was dumb and was just going to end up failing anyways. Jake was a very big impact on my life with how he carried himself and how he treated others.