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Coaches Training Athletes Of Opposite Gender

Coaches Training Athletes Of Opposite Gender

Kristen Conklin, Staff Writer
May 25, 2017
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Coaches teach their athletes how to play the sport, train with them everyday and help their players improve their skills. According to the girls’ basketball coach Charles Gabbard, coaching a girls’ basketball team is not that different from coaching a boys’ basketball team. “I don’t coach...

Senior Athletes Reflect On Final Games

Senior Athletes Reflect On Final Games

Maycee Wilson, Staff Writer
May 25, 2017
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From freshman to senior year, many athletes dedicated four years to their sport. They persevered through long nights and practices, and now it is coming to an end. At the close of the season, seniors return their uniforms and never practice or play together again. The last game is considered bittersweet...

Staying strong in summer

Staying strong in summer

La'Odicea Duplantier, Staff Writer
June 22, 2015
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The annual strength and conditioning camp will be held this summer, starting June 22 and ending July 30 on campus. The camp is 6 weeks long, Monday through Thursday.  Students attending will be working on speed, strength and agility. “It is important to continue developing strength and speed throughout...

Healthy habits

Healthy habits

Bridget McGeagh, Sports Editor
June 19, 2015
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Eating healthy is a recommended lifestyle choice from parents, coaches and even doctors. It is easier to have healthy home-made options, rather than studying a menu like an encyclopedia, asking the waiter the calorie count. Even though eating out is not ideal for health nuts, it is necessary – birthdays...

Bama-bound

Bama-bound

Bridget McGeagh, Sports Editor
November 17, 2014
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Senior Tabitha Brown officially signed to play volleyball for the University of Alabama on a full scholarship. She planned on attending this school since her sophomore year, when she verbally committed. Playing the position of an outside hitter and rarely ever leaving the court, Brown often feels overwhelmed. “I’ve...

Christopher Lestage – Athlete of week

Christopher Lestage – Athlete of week

Sanah Jivani, Print Editor-in-Chief
November 12, 2014
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He holds his breath as he awaits the results. Being a varsity swimmer, he dedicates every second of his free time to what he loves most. This is it. Breaking this record would make all of the hard work and persistence well worth it. As the results come in, the pressure is off, and he knows that this...

Ralph Lee – Athlete of the week

Ralph Lee – Athlete of the week

Noah Sanchez, Features Editor
November 5, 2014
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Breathing hard, he dashes across the court. The blur of green has gone back and forth at least five times now, but he is determined to make this final hit count. He leaps, and strikes. He slowly begins to smile, because he knows he has left it all on the court—or more accurately, on the other side...

Jasmin Tran – Athlete of the week

Jasmin Tran – Athlete of the week

Bridget McGeagh, Sports Editor
October 20, 2014
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Senior Jasmin Tran is this week’s featured athlete and is a part of the tennis team. She uses her sport and her teammates to become a better person. “Tennis helps me to keep things in perspective,” Tran said. “Even in a loss, it makes me realize what it means to keep a positive attitude and...

Elyse Shaw – Athlete of the week

Elyse Shaw – Athlete of the week

Collin Zuercher, Staff Writer
October 6, 2014
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Senior Elyse Shaw is this week’s featured athlete. As the setter of the varsity volleyball team, Shaw is seen as a leader. "The setter is pretty much the quarterback of the court," Shaw said. "I have to be a leader for my girls. I also have to always be aware of my surroundings." Shaw recently...

Jonathan Selph – Athlete of the week

Jonathan Selph – Athlete of the week

Collin Zuercher, Staff Writer
September 29, 2014
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This week’s athlete is Varsity receiver, senior Jonathan Selph. Due to an injury while playing against Kingwood, Selph has been forced to take to the sidelines. Though Selph is on the sidelines, he hasn’t stopped supporting his team. Selph continues to cheer for his team off of the sidelines. “It’s...

Varsity baseball defeats Austin Bowie in shootout 9-8

Varsity baseball defeats Austin Bowie in shootout 9-8

Staff
May 17, 2014
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  Pitchers had a tough day during the game between the Klein Collins Tigers Varsity and Austin Bowie, as the two teams put up 17 runs combined in a 9-8 the Klein Collins Tigers Varsity win. The teams combined for 20 hits, including eight extra base hits. The game was back-and-forth heading...

Varsity baseball wins game 2 with 6-3 victory over Cedar Ridge

Varsity baseball wins game 2 with 6-3 victory over Cedar Ridge

Solomon Seahorn and Bridget McGeagh
May 9, 2014
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The Varsity baseball team scored four runs in the first inning securing an early lead that helped bring home a 6-3 win over Cedar Ridge at the Mumford ISD baseball complex May 9. The team lost to Cedar Ridge May 8 in game one with a score of 0-1. Cedar Ridge's win in game one was lead by pitcher Trevor...

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