Boomer Elmsdale
Thu, February 15, 2024 at 18:13 PM
The team at Wichita Bishop Carroll looks promising this year, with several returning players and a group of talented freshmen joining the squad. Coach Admin Admin has a good mix of experience and potential, but he knows that the key to success will be handling stress and finding the right chemistry on and off the field. As the season approaches, the team will have to find their footing and establish their roles. Senior Cambell Riordan and Anistyn Marcotte, along with junior Lilly Martin and Desiry Segura, will bring valuable experience and leadership to the team. They will be joined by sophomores Allyson Orth, Kiersten Jones, Isabella Pfannenstiel, and Natalie Thimmesch, who have already shown great potential. Coach Admin Admin acknowledges that chemistry is crucial for any team's success, and that will be the main focus at the start of the season. He believes that having a good relationship and understanding among teammates is just as important as their skills on the field. This will help them handle difficult situations and perform at their best under pressure. Although the team has several returning players, Coach Admin Admin is excited about the impact that the new freshmen will bring. However, their true potential will not be revealed until tryouts. He believes that their skills and passion for the game will be a great addition to the team. Instead of having designated captains, the team at Wichita Bishop Carroll has squad leaders who emerge naturally throughout the season. These leaders are recognized for their actions both on and off the field, and they lead their groups by example. This emphasis on teamwork and the phrase "It's not about you, it's about the team" sets the tone for the players to put aside their individual egos and work towards a common goal. One of the key values that the team learns is the importance of accountability, collaboration, and initiative. This is a philosophy that Coach Admin Admin strongly believes in and has been proven successful in building a strong team. He explains that "You don't get what you want, you get what you earn," a statement he learned from a fellow coach, which emphasizes the importance of hard work and determination. In order to build confidence, the team is put through stressful situations in practice so that they are better prepared for game day. Coach Admin Admin believes that facing and overcoming challenges in practice helps the players make the right decisions on the field.