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Student Athlete: Natalie Lynn

AUSTINTOWN, Ohio (WYTV) – It’s tournament time for the Austintown Fitch girls basketball team. The Falcons open their playoff run Thursday, and senior Natalie Lynn has a lot to do with their success. 313 more words


Reading Week = Self-Care Time 

Hey Everyone!
So reading week is here, and for some it’s the start of a nice relaxing week off of school to catch up on some work and for others, like my cheer team, it’s time to get amped up for comp. 311 more words


Going from 100 MPH to 50 MPH: Tips for the Change of Pace

Many of you are aware that I recently made a large change in my career, switching to full time at Wimberly Training as a Health Coach and Personal Trainer. 929 more words


I am an Athletic Training Major and an Athlete

Hi, I’m Georgia Hopkins. I am an athletic training major, and I am a student athlete. Before I even graduated high school I knew that I wanted to major in athletic training and play soccer. 237 more words


Confessions of a NARP

*N.A.R.P. – Non-athletic regular person.
What’s that saying? You don’t know what you have until it’s gone? Ugh, could anything be more relevant?

After three years of practices, games, countless injuries, aching muscles, and the inevitable drama that comes with being on a team of ~18 women, it’s safe to say that I was… 602 more words

Alternative Facts of the Recruiting Process

Guiding Future Stars is a student-development company that is committed to transforming the next generation into excellent students, great athletes, and extraordinary people.   GFS assists prospective student-athletes and their families navigate through the recruiting process by educating them about what it takes to play at the next level, how the college recruiting process works, and how to be a successful student-athlete.   1,339 more words

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Student Athlete: Anise Algahmee

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WYT) – Ursuline senior Anise Algahmee is one of those guys that’s always smiling, always ready to compete. His teammates call him “the General” on the basketball court. 290 more words