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IHSAA Student Tip of the Week (4/18)

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (4-18-16) “Promoting education based athletics in Indiana” All teachers and coaches use the expression “no excuses” from time to time. Have you made excuses for not playing well or making a poor grade in the classroom? It’s easy to place blame on others to cover-up your own deficiencies. However,

IHSAA Student Tip of the Week (4/11)

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (4-11-16) “Promoting education based athletics in Indiana” Most coaches tell their athletes to be careful about their content when it comes to tweeting. Let’s face it, it’s more fun to tweet about success instead of failure. However, if you are a high school athlete, chances are you will have

IHSAA Student Tip of the Week (4/4/16)

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (4-4-16) “Promoting education based athletics in Indiana” With the 2016 Masters getting ready to take place in Augusta, Georgia, players are getting prepared in different ways.  Some chose to play in tournaments last week, and others decided to play practice rounds on the Augusta course. Zach Johnson, a former

CP Winter Athletic Awards Night

By AARON KENNEDY – akennedy@ftimes.com Clinton Prairie high school took time to reflect on the achievements made by its student-athletes at its annual Winter Sports Awards Program on Monday evening at the school. It was another successful season for the Gophers, who did not have a team finish outside of the top four in the

IHSAA Student Tip of the Week (3/14)

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (3-14-16) “Promoting education based athletics in Indiana” One of the many challenges facing today’s student-athlete is how to avoid burnout. Do you play one sport or multiple sports? Do you train the year around or part time? Have you given up another sport in the last year or two?

IHSAA Student Athlete Tip of the Week! (March 7th)

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (3-7-16) “Promoting education based athletics in Indiana” One of the many responsibilities of a coach or teacher is to correct the student-athlete when you do something wrong or need improvement. How are you when it comes to handling constructive criticism or suggestions? Remember, there are all different styles and

IHSAA Student Tip of the Week (2/29/16)

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (2-29-16) “Promoting education based athletics in Indiana” Have you ever been leery or unsure of playing for a new coach? Coaching changes are very common in this day and age, and whether it’s moving on from the freshmen team to junior varsity to varsity, every athlete goes through this

CP cheerleaders take the lead

BY ANNA WIESEMAN – awieseman@ftimes.com For three days this week the Clinton Prairie Elementary gym was filled with students learning how to be junior cheerleaders. The high school programs hosts a cheer clinic once a year to give younger students a chance to try the sport. It is not only an opportunity for younger students to develop

IHSAA STUDENT TIP OF THE WEEK

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (2-8-16) “Promoting education based athletics in Indiana” All student-athletes like a pat on the back from time to time. It’s human nature. Are you good at handing out the pat on the back? Do you make a conscious effort to do so? There’s nothing wrong with complimenting a teammate,

IHSAA Student Tip of the Week (2/1/16)

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (2-1-16) “Promoting education based athletics in Indiana” Playing team sports can be a fun and rewarding experience. It can also be challenging and frustrating at times. Regardless, very few teams finish the season with the same starting line-up or personnel that it began the season with. Whether it’s injuries,