December 3 2015 was the Newton Railers seventh grade basketball team second away game. I was waiting all day for the basketball game it seemed like the day was endless. Finally 2:50 came up on the clock to let me know it was time to leave class and get ready to get on the bus. I got all my gear and got on the bus. I put my headphones on a got pumped for our game. We drove all the way to Andover and enters their school. We put all of our gear in a then Then I played in the A team game. After the A team game was the B team game and that is when we meet hulk smash. It was about half way into the B team game a kid slightly taller than I was came into the game from the other team. At first he looked like a pretty good player but when he started
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It was a scorching 100 degree summer day. It was the start of the 11 year state championship baseball game against Albert Lea, I still remember that game like it was yesterday. It was miserable out we played three games that day before reaching the state championship. When the game started I kind of forgot about how hot it was out. We started fast scoring 2 runs in the top of the 1st inning Dylan and Reno each crossed the plate that inning.
“Do your job.” A simple quote by Bill Belichick (New England Patriots Head Football Coach) but this quote means a lot about my character. The reason it means a lot to me is because if you work tremendously hard and do your job your team will be successful. My head football coach, Mike Rowe uses this quote as well and adds “If everybody does your job you will be successful.
The June 27th, 2015 championship game for our local West Hanover baseball team, it was a beautiful day Central PA perfect for the great game of baseball. Looking back it was a day I will never forget, possibly one of the most important days of my life. We were playing our rival team the undefeated Hershey teams, us only having one lose in our regular season to the one and only Hershey team. This team was loaded with athletes their cocky attitudes. They were like the Yankees and we were the Phillies, we were the underdogs
On a cold, frosty, snow cover night in November at Welcome Home Stadium, was when my life changed. That night, two teams played for the chance to call themselves champions of 6th-grade football. All game, my team and I battled against the mighty Wilmington Hurricanes. We fought all game to win and finally we got the ball back with less than under a minute left and down by 4 points. The crowd was quieter than a church mouse as my coaches huddled us up during a timeout, and in that timeout, my coaches looked to me for answers.
February sixth was the day of my last middle school game. We were playing our rivals , Ledford middle school. The first time we played them we only lost by two points. The first five starters for Ledford and our first five including myself were all standing at half court for tip off. The ref. threw the ball up and Gillian tipped it back to me.
It was a 40 degree night , chilly for Dallas , where the Super Bowl party was being hosted on the 50 yard line of AT@T stadium’s Football field. The Cowboys had just finished beating the Pittsburgh Steelers in the Super Bowl an hour ago and they came home to celebrate and I was the sweepstakes winner so I got to host any 4 NFL players at the party. Just as I put the table on the field, Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott walked out onto the field wearing Super Bowl rings.
After the game my nose felt like it had been ran over by a truck. Then in the fifth grade he asked me, “Do you want to be the ball boy for the varsity team?” I replied, “Yes”. I got to go on the field of Hershey Park Stadium for the Cocoa Bean Game.
The funny thing about promises is that they tend to ignore our handicaps. It had been years since I went to a Friday night football game. Normally I avoid such events due to my sensitive hearing. But on that particular night I promised someone very important to me that I would be there to support her. Sarah, my girlfriend of three months, is the captain of Lone Oak high school's Color Guard.
It was six o 'clock at the Friendswood junior high mustang field I was playing strong safety and I had to cover the extra receiver they brought out by the snap I was already beating my man and the next thing I know the ball was sailing my way straight to me. I am 13 years old and I am on the Friendswood junior high C-football team I am a second string slot receiver and starting strong safety
Here I go, down my stairs to ask a question that I know for sure my mom will throw a fit about. There I am in our living room standing three feet away from my frightening mom. She asks, “What do you want?” I stand there not wanting to ask the question, hesitating for a second or two and then I finally spill out the words “ Would it be okay if I skip Friday’s volleyball tournament and cheer at the first home football game?” Of course like the strict mother she is, she says, “ No you are going to the volleyball tournament no matter what.”
Next. Do it again. And again. And again. It was pretty intimidating to try out for volleyball freshman year.
THE NIGHT AFTER FOOTBALL One day there was five boys Mr.Reday, CJ ,SPEEDY,ZADIS,they were playing football they had a game out Harget Park in our teacher Mr. Reday was there we where playing against his wife team the buns crew he threating us with a quote you hurt my wife team I will shoot yall in burn yall to ‘’ashes’’ and he walk away so me in CJ had a plan we told the rest of the gang we don’t play hard in the first half but play hard in the second half in Mr,Reday said im watching you so the game was in the third quarter 30-10 Mr.Reday wife team winning our team was laughing in we said lets turn up so we did in 4 quarter 18 seconds left 37-30 we are down we gave the ball to big Zadis he scored we went for the two point conversion in
Ramana Maharshi once said, “No one succeeds without effort… Those who succeed, owe their success to perseverance. ” I can definitely say that about this accomplishment. It was October of 2015. I was trying out for the 7th grade girls basketball team at David E. Williams Middle School.
Soon enough, I was one of the main players in the school basketball team. The following year, I was selected as the youngest player in the State level basketball tournament. It was one of the proudest moments of my life. That day I understood how important it is to be resilient in life.