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And It’s Done #SOL22

And just like that, today was our last practice of the season. #what I know. Practice started October 17th and this was it. We had 6:30 practice after a fairly awful game last night. I didn't know how the girls... Continue Reading →

Wednesday Wanderings: Basketball Teams

Today I'm going to rank all 27+ basketball teams I've coached during my years as a teacher/coach. #WHAT Ok, maybe not. That's a lot of teams and I know I've forgotten some teams or players on those teams, which wouldn't... Continue Reading →

Friday Thoughts : Players Behaving Badly

https://twitter.com/BarstoolUIowa/status/1466176716410347528?s=20 A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about parents behaving badly, how it changes the dynamics on a team, all that fun stuff. That same week, I was greeted by the above video: Players Behaving Badly. First, I was... Continue Reading →

#100: A Surprise #SOL21

I've been a coach at our school for 21 years (I think). #youareold Hush. For the first few years, I was both the 7th and 8th grade girls basketball coach. Practices would be with both teams, working together, and games... Continue Reading →

When Parents Behave Badly #SOL21

Boy, if that title isn't clickbait, I don't know what is?? #suckerforagoodtitle So, I'll need to temper this a bit because I do have people in my community who read this nonsense *waves to everyone* and I have people who... Continue Reading →

Sometimes, They Come Through #SOL21

We've been weathering a basketball season that has not been the one I would have expected. There's one post player who is 6'4", another who is 5'11" , and one of my point guards is 5'10". The adage is that... Continue Reading →

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