Being challenged in life is inevitable, being defeated is an option. At some points in my life I’ve hated the sport of wrestling. At other I’ve never loved anything more. All in all, wrestling has taught me a lot about myself. When i placed at the state tournament, I learned that no matter where someone comes from they can do big things, if they have the right mindset and the determination.
Jim starts boxing again and wins all of his matches and gets his title and fame back. After this he is challenged against Max Baer to become the World Heavyweight champion. Though this wasn 't just any other match because Max Baer killed two guys in the ring from hitting them so hard. Mae Jim’s wife doesn 't want Jim to do it, though Jim makes a final decision to fight Max Baer. Most people thought Jim wouldn 't last the first round, but as time went on it was almost an even fight.
Thats makes you feel like you went far enough to please other people. You can’t be complacent in the sport of wrestling because that 's where things go wrong. What i’m saying is that the week leading up to semi-state has to be very focused. Freshman of any sport is very hard because it 's your first year of “high school athletics.” You have to learn how to go hard in practice.
Mazer eventually felt he was ready, and he gave him the few friends he made through battle school, he used his friends against the simulation and found out what they were good at, and after they all worked together completely. He played against his master Mazer Rackham. They beat Mazer every time, it was very close sometimes, but they did it. And at the end where Ender feared he was going crazy and had lost his will to live. Mazer revealed “Ender you never played me”
For three years our team was able to make it to the semifinals, but always fail to advance to the final championship game. Before the semi-final game coach Jen had said, "go out there and show the other team that you won 't go down without a fight." That 's exactly what we did, we went out and played the hardest we ever played before. For the first time ever our team Advanced to the final championship round. Within just one hour of the single elimination tournament we played in we would be facing against the hardest team in our whole week.
They both of think of each other as brothers because they are long best friends. They are in boxing together too. They train together and work out together, but they both have different coaches. One day they both heard that they had to fight each other in the ring. Which put them in shock and worried because in their entire boxing life they never had to fight each other before.
In 2013 I joined the varsity wrestling team. I had never wrestled, and I was not not physically fit, but I wanted to try something new and challenging. I learned the basics of wrestling and competed within two weeks of my first training. I was inexperience and there were many things I did not know, but I worked hard to defeat my opponents and become fit and agile. By the end of the season I wrestled my way into the regional competitions.
Traitors never win. Arnold Spirit Jr. lives on an Indian reservation full of drunks and unsuccessful people. Junior knows that he needs to act on his own life if he wants it to get better. Junior decides to enroll at a white school named Reardan. Many of his fellow Indians are unhappy about his decision and is called a traitor.
In Things Fall Apart, by Chinua Achebe, he clearly reveals to us that, although age was respected in Igbo culture, so were achievements. At a young age of 18, Okonkwo defeated Amalinze who at the time was the greatest wrestler in the nine villages and beyond. Amalinze was unbeaten for seven years, and defeating him meant honor for your village. Achebe deeply stimulates fear and toughness as “whenever [Okonkwo] was angry and could not get his words out quickly enough, he would use his fists” (4). Okonkwo was tough and fierce, which led to him obtaining two titles, as well as showing incredible bravery in two inter-tribal wars.
Walking down through the tunnel of the Hershey Arena has been one of my most decorated moments in my high school career. Last March I had the amazing opportunity of reaching the State Tournament for wrestling. Not only was it the first time I have reached the state tournament, but also Scranton Prep’s first wrestler. Walking through the tunnel and hearing the loud roar of the stadium as they announced my match, something that is so unbelievably unexplainable left me with a stomach full of butterflies, and a mind left empty. Unable to gather thoughts, I went out and wrestled the soon to be state runner up.
The loss wasn’t even due to what my opponent did, instead, it was due to my actions alone. It hit me hard and the next few days were spent in depression, but then the realization that feeling sorry for myself helped in no way. So instead I got back on the mats the next day. I trained more and harder than I did before, and more time spent online looking for new techniques to add to my arsenal. Every week was spent lifting as well, in order to get stronger and
I had to get my mind right that whole weekend because I knew it was going to be a big game for me. I just have to go out there and “Ball out.” People doubted me and said I couldn 't guard number 3 so I watch pros and trained myself because I knew he was a good receiver. When people doubt me I get mad and try my best to prove them wrong.
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.
Snaider Family Scholarship Being an Athlete there can be many times where you could find yourself in a difficult situation. Over time you learn how to handle the pressure and are better able to cope with it even though it is still a difficult and stressful situation. A time that stands out to me as my team being in a difficult situation was last year during the Softball Championship. That year was a great year for our team we were the champions of our conference and had made it all the way to the State Championship for 1A schools. We had already won a game and lost a game to our opponents and this was the final game.
“Coach Al Sears was the best coach and I was sad to see him leave. He pushed all the wrestlers to their limits and then some. He truly was the best and hopefully Coach Joe can meet his expectations or better yet even surpass him as a wrestling coach.” Jamie said. A four-time All-American wrestler in the heavyweight division at Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville and highly successful wrestling coach at Belleville West for the past 14 years, Sears has been elected as part of the 2015 class into the Illinois Wrestling Coaches and Officials Association Hall of Fame.