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From the “you can’t make this stuff up” category, a man and woman have been convicted for threatening officials of a Pennsylvania youth football league.
One dad got angry in 2015 at the Mt. Pleasant Area Junior Football League (supporting players ages 6-14) for increasing weight limits on teams. Joseph Loughner, 52, was worried smaller players would get hurt. In protest, he sent threatening letters to football officials.
Geno Auriemma, head coach of the University of Connecticut Huskies successful women’s basketball team and head coach of the United States women’s national basketball team, has a message for young athletes – pay attention to your body language.
Sports camps offer a unique opportunity for high school athletes to boost their visibility while improving their skills and abilities. At first glance, it would seem that the main reason to attend a sports camp would be to improve one’s skills at their chosen sport. However, there are so many other benefits that sport camps provide young athlete with. Some of these benefits include:
As a parent, you want to have recordings of your child’s greatest moments throughout her athletic career. Not only is it a great way to capture memories but it also allows your child to asses their level of performance and help them improve. Here is a quick guide to recording good video on your cellphone.
Each year, countless teenagers participate in high school athletics, so the occurrence of injuries is inevitable. While injuries can be discouraging for the athlete, his or her family and the team, they can also cause long term damage to the athlete’s body, especially if left untreated. To minimize the risk of an injury occurring in the first place, there are a number of things that can be done.