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.
This experience taught me that even when something gets tough, I can overcome it. Cheerleading is one of, if not the best memory I have from high school. Ms. Traska made all of us not only think about cheerleading but also made us think about each other. I don't think that I would be as close to my cheerleading girls as I am without her as a coach. She kept as organized and helped make us all have our own responsibilities on the team.
A new coach to Chaska is a familiar face for girls basketball, former Chaska Athena triathlete Ellen Degler is this year’s JV girls basketball coach. Ellen Degler is a Chaska Alumni, a previous player for the Chaska Hawks girls basketball team. Her high school experience was one to remember. Degler said that she was blessed with a lot of opportunity in high school, and those opportunities brought her and her team success. “The two opportunities I was able to go to the State Tournament were definitely my highlight moments.” Degler said.
A competitive cheer team has one main goal: to win. It meets many requirements set to be considered an actual sport. Also, as you notice what these cheerleaders go through to pull off a successful routine, the more respect you gain for them. To be considered a sport, one must compete against an opponent,
A girl trying to make it through school and make my life as successful as possible, and maybe find myself along the way. However, as I have grown older, I have come to realize some special things about me. I am a country girl to the bone. A hard working, get dirty and do it right, never give up kind of girl. Volleyball has always been part of who I am.
The most important reason Lupe is determined to become good at marbles is because she is very hard-working and practices a lot so she can get better at it. To begin with, she practices by squeezing an eraser and doing pushups with her fingers. She does this because she wants her fingers to get stronger so she can flick the marble harder. This shows Lupe is putting her best effort in it because she has never
She achieved highly in school, thus earning her a stellar education. This allowed her to become one of the best forensic anthropologists in the country. As a foster child constantly moving house, she was more likely to do worse in school. However, she persevered and decided to take her own path. Brennan wasn’t going to let her criminal, abandoning parents define her future.
As a child I grew up loving two things, sports & talking. Whether it be basketball, football, or any sport in between my attention has always been drawn immediately to the game, and if the game was breaking all I wanted to do was talk about it. As High School approached I quickly realized sports would definitely be something I wanted to pursue a career in, but as a girl it’s a little more challenging. Because of my love for talking to others along with my love for sports, sports broadcasting became the only right choice. As a student I have been a part of the Mustang Varsity Pom squad that not only lets me be involved in all sporting events, but also allows me to reach out and speak to many adults and children in the community.
Maybe I could be good at playing marbles.” said Lupe. In the story Marble Champ I think the theme is, determination can lead to success. This is a good, strong theme because she practiced and she was motivated. And all around the world if people are determined they too can be successful. The theme is determination can lead to success.
Initial rebellion were tantrums; fake tears spilt in hopes of avoiding practice sessions. As time slowly passed, I fell in love with the big, wooden instrument. Daily practices quickly flew by as I buried my daily stress under a large pile of old, wrinkled sheet music. That view quickly changed my freshman year of high school. My good meaning mother,