The True Diary of Luke Skewis By; Luke Skewis Hi I’m Luke Skewis. I’m a 5’7, Sophomore at Negaunee High School. The stories you are about to read and very important lessons I learned from my friends, family, and coaches. I hope you enjoy The True Diary of Luke Skewis. 2nd Grade It was Super Bowl Sunday and I invited all of my friends over for a “Super Bowl Party.” It was the first one that I had as a kid.
After a few days, I made my first practices as a kicker of the team. Football season was the most exciting thing I have been a part of since I have been here. It was a great experience. During the first semester I went all day to the Advanced Learning Center in Becker which was great because I have met a lot of people from differents schools. This semester, I am in Hamilton campus all
Dak asked, “why that one.” “it’s closer to my school because I want to keep together and help each other out.” They both went to the schools each other picked and still met up to talk about the game coming up and help each other out with their changes they had to make. So one game brought Dak a Scholarship, State Title for his team, MVP, and a great friend. And Dak to this day still talks to Anthony. Dak finished his career at football and he graduated college with a business major. He now runs a company and every Sunday he goes and watches his best friend play as a Dallas Cowboy.
The feeling was overwhelming and I was so excited for what my future holds in lacrosse. I loved that I could share my accomplishments with my family and friends. The season had finally come to an end, and I was really delighted to of won the All-Region Women 's Lacrosse award. I also won MVP my freshman year. I was also getting looked at by three colleges, and a sports agency called saying that I was the only one that they seen who had the potential to play at a college level sport.
I was starting cornerback, andwe won a championship. And I just went to Tennessee for a football tournament with kids that were a grade above me. Everything was going so well for me, but the one thing I was missing was a touchdown. That was the one thing I needed in order for me to say to my 10 year old weird self “I am one of the greatest football players at my age.” Now at that time I was starting cornerback on defense, but on
Having the opportunity to experience these milestones with my friends kept the year filled with never ending laughter and joy. After years of my friends recruiting me, I decided to join cheer for the first time. My Friday nights were now spent on the sidelines cheering on the football team, instead of yelling from the bleachers. Cheer brought me closer to my friends. We made memories at practices, games, and on the bus rides.
It was almost like the heat was radiating off of everybody that was in the crowded parking lot. As we fought to get to our seats, all I could think was “and now it begins.” I’m not the hugest fan of baseball, but since it made my father so happy, I was glad to be there for him. When we finally made inside the stadium, I was already sweaty, hot,
The next few weeks were spent just eating out at amazing places, and just having an overall good time. We went to buffalo wild wings, dairy queen, and subway. Finally, one morning after having a long running practice for cross country, Carson informed us the shirts were in, and amazingly the day was a Wednesday. We all wore the shirts so proud that day, but little did the group know, this would be the last glory day of the Wednesday Night Eaterz. During that day, everyone at school was asking us where we got the shirts, and who all was in it, which made all of us members just feel like we were on cloud nine.
If a person experiences the atmosphere of a United States Men's National soccer game, it is a time one will never forget. The energy outside and inside the stadium is fantastic. Fans are chanting, laughing, and just having a great time. To fully take in the excitement and joy of the game one must see it all, from driving into the parking, entering the stadium, and leaving the game celebrating. The night of the USA vs. Mexico game at Crew Stadium in Columbus, was an unforgettable night.
I vividly remember all of my friends and classmates sprawled out along the walls of the buildings. Everyone had grown weary and I, myself, grew hungry. For some strange reason, the employees kept us inside the park until exactly 12:00 am. This caused a mass exodus of young, tired, middle school students into Universal Citywalk and towards the parking lot. The bus ride back to school felt like a dream.
We left because my dad wanted to, and right as we left Denard Robinson the QB scored a touchdown and they won. After the game we went back to Michigan state campus because it was so far from my house and it was dinnertime. We went to buffalo wild wings and got the 50 basket of wings. Ever since my dad told mel men don 't eat boneless” to this day I still don 't eat boneless wings. We watched the Oregon vs Tennessee game on ABC while we chowed on wings.
I also was interested to analyze how they promote their sponsors, because I will be doing the same thing when I start my internship this fall, at East Coweta High School. I had an amazing time at my first Georgia Southern game. The field and stadium looked absolutely beautiful. You could tell that the new
Mcffaden was a star in 3 sports , Baseball , Football , and Track. His senior season he completed as a sprinter and was timed at 10.8 seconds in the 100-metter dash. Daren Mcffaden has many Southern Schools interested in him including , Tennessee , Alabama , and Auburn , but Mcffaden chose the University Of Arkansas over all , which I agree with because I 'm a huge Hog fan myself. Darren Mcffaden received an athletic scholarship to attend the University of Arkansas , where head coach Houston Nutt. Mcffaden was a true Freshman that fall season , and ended
This picture shows a team of determination. This picture is the rivermont raiders All star team including Ethan McGill and a bunch of his friends.This picture tells a story that is story book quality and is the pride and soul of all the alumni of the raiders team. On the day of June twenty fifth of 2013, a little twelve year old all star team is on the field fighting for their right at the championship. This team was known to all as the Rivermont Raiders. Seven years this group of boys had played together and not once had they won the state championship, however this year this team had swore that it would be different.
Baller County had high expectations for the year so the team started off the practices with a strong swagger and practice had started becoming part of a usual routine for all the young athletes. The day February 25, a day that young John Goodman will never forget. The overcast weather conditions had soaked everything; therefore, the team had spent practice in the batting cages. Afterwards, the coach dismissed the team to go home since weather conditions seemed to be worsening. Goodman and a few others had decided that they would go to the mall and pick up some well needed snacks at the mall.