Book of Lists Part 3
Book of Lists
Here are more lists from your favorite Area Athletes and Coaches and what they like and how they think. The Results may surprise you.
1. Bart Starr – I was named after him so I have to go there! His leadership was crucial in the 60’s, getting all those titles.
2. Brett Favre – Nobody played the game harder, he was a new school gunslinger with an old school mentality, play no matter what!
3. Ray Nitschke – People can talk about Butkus all they want, but #66 was an ANIMAL. Players were truly scared of him. He played very violent. I like that.
4. Aaron Rodgers – He is one of the best All Time Quarterbacks, just gets it done. He is responsible for getting another title back to Green Bay.
5. This is a tough one and I really like Sterling Sharpe, in the 80’s he was the only thing we could cheer about, but who doesn’t love Reggie White?!! So my fifth place is a tough one. I like Charles Woodson a lot as well.
1. Las Vegas, Nevada
2.Sioux Falls, South Dakota
3. Walt Disney Wide World of Sports Orlando, Florida
4. Chicago, Illinois
5. Raleigh, North Carolina
1. Graeters Black Raspberry Chocolate Chip- “Weird combination, but thanks to my Stealers Girls (Travel Team) It’s the Best!
2. Wow Now Brownie Cow from Chaneys Dairy Barn…”You can never have too much chocolate.”
3. Homemade Peach – “The fresh peaches taste amazing, and it’s tons of fun.”
4. Graeters Coconut Chip – “Takes you to the beach with the perfect amount of chocolate chunks.”
5.Choco-Brownie Extreme Blizzard from Dairy Queen “Because the soft serve and the chocolate make for a match in Chocolate Heaven.”
Top 5 things to REMEMBER if you play mutiple Sports by Laura Vincent (Grayson County Soccer-Basketball-Track) 1. Communication – It’s important to communicate with each coach and keep them updated with your timeline on returning to each sport.
2. Dedication – You need to dedicate yourself to the sport you are playing at the time so you are a asset to your team. 3. Manage Your Time – Homework comes first even if it means going into school early, which I do a lot.
4. Rest – between sports take time to rest a few days before going into the next sport. (I have a hard time with that one. But I’m getting better.)
5. Listen to Yourself – Playing Three sports along with school can be stressful. Try to work in downtime on the weekends to just alevate stress and have fun.