Because of this hard work, I lettered varsity my freshman year at Crown Point, and I was placed on the varsity Munster volleyball team. I have been on the most successful club team around. We have gotten third place at our national tournament two years in a row, and also won our national tournament one year. People say “you do not know what you have had, until you have lost it.” The meaning of this quote has become appallingly clear, as it has become my reality. Up until now, I have always taken volleyball for granted.
Since, I have an unconditional love for volleyball I took it upon myself to gather all the teams and have them warm up as a team. By the time they began drills, the varsity coach was rolling in to practice. A few minutes later the junior varsity coach would join us. We greeted each other, socialized a little about the girls, then she gave me “the okay” to coach the junior varsity team. The junior varsity girls insisted that I help them in practice, so I began with a pep talk to motivate and prepare them for
I love basketball and I knew I wanted to be around the game.” said Ellen. Degler loves coaching girls basketball, and has had a great experience back here at Chaska. “Being with all the girls and seeing the smiles and seeing the enjoyment and seeing them grow as a player, and sometimes that’s tough but it’s also really rewarding,” Degler said, “it’s defining who they are as a person and where they get to take what they learn on the
Pathos is mainly presented at the end of the ad because the woman is now comfortable and confident in the skin she is in. Not only that, but it also appears to be a joyous moment for her coworkers as well. Another use of pathos is showed simply because the woman is a cancer survivor. The next appeal is ethos. The ad is supported by a woman who survived cancer.
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.
“Lupe invited the girl, whose name was Rachel to stay with them”. And she cheered Lupe on. This quote shows how if Lupe wanted to be successful and win she would need all of the motivation she could get. All of this evidence shows how Lupe’s motivation lead her to
Basketball It was my senior year, and I was about to play my last game of high school basketball. My adrenaline was rising as I was listening to some rap songs. I was ready to play, but I was upset that this would be my last high school game. I was hyped up and ready for warm ups. We came out of the locker room, and I was the first in line for lay-ups.
Then she would spend hours upon hours hitting the tennis balls with her new racket trying her very best to improve her performance (Johnson). Whenever she was entered into the Southern California tennis tournament, she defeated a University of Southern California junior in the finals to win the whole tournament (Johnson). Billie Jean King was so inexperienced at that time that she didn’t even know that a tennis match consisted of winning two sets to win the match
On September sixteenth at two o’clock in the afternoon, the Trojans went against Converse in a game of volleyball in the Korengay arena in Mount Olive. It started off a little rough for us but we picked it up later on. The game ended at 3:30 with the university of Mount Olive being victorious once again. The high school I went to was very small and did not have any sports so it was very interesting to see and remember how into sports people got. Though there was not a very large turnout for this game, the support for our home team was strong.
All year around I practiced and I could see myself get better but I didn't know if I was good enough to compete in high school basketball. Finally, freshmen year tryouts came, and this year I was confident in my ability but I was also nervous because we had to tryout in front of coaches and upperclassmen I didn't know. Tryouts lasted three days at the end the coaches announced who made the team. The new coach called my name and I slowly walked up to him hoping I was going to make the team. He first said “congratulations you made the team”, a smile slowly started to come on my face and I could barely hear what he said after because I was so happy.