Ted Haller has been meticulously tending to the Glendora Little League fields as a volunteer for 36 years. He’s about to say goodbye. The L.A. Times Bill Plaschke has the wonderful story.
We thought we’d bring you another nice article by L.A. Times high school sports reporter, Eric Sondheimer. This time, a feel-good story about a couple of high school baseball players who are going on to a new stage in their careers, in service to their country.
Well, overnight it was halftime…for 2016. And now we get to come out of the locker room fresh and attack the second half of the year! Here’s a great quote to get the second half started right: “The reason why people give up so fast is because they tend to look at how far they still have to go, instead of how far they have gotten.” – Unknown.
Don’t forget how far you’ve gotten these first six months. You may be closer to your goal than you think!
If you’d like to be moved about someone you may have heard of but not known much about, read the LA Times’ Bill Plaschke’s great article about Tennessee Lady Vols coaching legend, Pat Summitt, who passed away Tuesday.
Want to know 12 signs of good baserunning? Or have you given much thought to how we teach young soccer players to be more creative and less automatic? This and much more can be found in this month’s OnDeck Newsletter which you can download for free here!
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