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Clinic Agenda posted for Joe Ehrmann's COACH FOR AMERICA'S InsideOut Coaching Seminar presented by the THSCEF
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"We are excited to bring you one of the most talked about seminars in the country. The day-long seminar will cover several important topics and you will walk away impassioned and equipped with the tools and skills to enable you to make a difference in your family, team and community. Joe Ehrmann's mission statement is ‘To inform, inspire and initiate individual, communal and societal change that will empower men and women to be their very best - personally, professionally and relationally.’ All coaches, administrators and educators can benefit from this seminar. We hope to see you there." D. W. Rutledge, Executive Director, Texas High School Coaches Education Foundation More

Mansfield Legacy upsets nation's No. 1 boys soccer team
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Mansfield Legacy shocked the No. 1-ranked boys soccer team in the nation and took home the tournament championship over Flower Mound Marcus in the Martin Invitational. Legacy (8-2-1) was nursing a 1-0 lead before Marcus (9-1-1) tied it with two minutes remaining in regulation. Both teams scored in overtime to send the game into a shootout. Legacy goalkeeper Isaac Piles stopped all four shots he faced and James Burch and Patrick Murray scored in the shootout. Marcus is ranked No. 1 in the country in ESPN Rise's Fab 50. More

Plano's legendary Coach Kimbrough honored
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The special 50th anniversary edition of "Dave Campbell's Texas Football" magazine has a familiar face in it: legendary Plano Senior head coach Tom Kimbrough. The magazine named Kimbrough among the Top 10 Most Memorable Coaches. The magazine ranks the top 50 most memorable players, coaches, teams, games and moments in high school, college and professional football for the first time in the publication's history. Kimbrough led the Wildcats to a 171-28-7 record, four state championship games and three state titles during his 16 years as head coach from 1976 to 1991. More

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Luling finds a new football coach
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Luling has hired Michael Waldie to lead its football program and athletic department. A 15-year coaching veteran, Waldie was the defensive coordinator at Livingston last season. Luling replaces Robert Dean, who passed away after a short illness on Oct. 8. Following Dean's death, the Eagles were led on an interim basis by James Howell and Gene Scoggin. More

Coaches carry burden of keeping control
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Sometimes high school coaches have a daunting task of dealing with different athletes' personalities while teaching good sportsmanlike conduct. Teenagers have a wide range of emotions, often within a short period of time. So it's a gamble whether they will actually persevere and behave with dignity - win or lose. But things took a turn for the worse after the Ozen and Central girls game on Jan. 15. Seconds after Central won 61-42, Ozen guard Kayla Celestain ran across the court and sucker-punched Central's Najarae Wiley. More

Realignment likely to keep DeSoto on the road again
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The DeSoto-Cedar Hill "Battle of Belt Line" never had a bigger stage than last year's Class 5A boys state basketball championship. In the largest state in the country, excluding the state where Russia and the Iditarod can be seen on the same day, schools just six miles apart played for a title. DeSoto and Cedar Hill can thank the 2008 UIL realignment for that memorable final game. But if Monday's biennial realignment again puts the neighboring schools in separate districts and regions, DeSoto won't be sending out any thank you notes. More

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Keep doubting Garnica, and he'll keep scoring
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There's a bit of disappointment right now at Lee, where the Volunteers' boys basketball team has lost two straight. If anything, it shows how much the atmosphere there has changed. Three years ago, Lee ended its season on a 13-game losing streak. Now, with a 25-4 record, a two-game skid is unacceptable. Call it the Paul Garnica effect. Garnica, Lee's point guard, set the city career scoring record earlier this month. In the process, he's transformed a program. More

Alice Coyotes have 31-4A title in reach, now look for bigger goal
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The Alice Coyotes feel they have something to prove this season. Not to themselves or to those in the Alice community, after all they are the defending District 31-4A champions in girls basketball. But to others, considering the Alice players don't feel they get the respect they deserve despite having four starters back from last year’s 23-11 area playoff team. More

Central's Sutton has shone during district
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The Central High School boys basketball team is in a rebuilding mode this season, and it shows with the Bobcats' 5-17 record. But the hope for future trips to the playoffs can be seen on Tuesday and Friday nights on basketball courts across West Texas and the Panhandle. That hope comes in the form of a sophomore phenom named Reggie Sutton. More

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