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Failure.

Failure. It sucks. But do you know what?

You need to fail to succeed. I know, I know. Call me crazy. But here me out. 486 more words

7 Things I Realized About Track Meets at 27

This weekend I competed in a state festival meet “for fun” at the awkward age of 27. I say awkward because I feel too old to compete against the open aged athletes, particularly the ones still in college or trying to go professional in track, and I’m not old enough to compete in the master’s aged division. 1,129 more words

Track And Field

To Football Or Not To Football...

That IS the question… Je suis confus.

Before anything gets said, I’m talking about American Football, not Football.

Anyway…

This is my analogy… Imagine loving someone, everything is going well or getting better and you decide “yeah, not for me… Sorry.” Let me tell you this, that’s the story of EVERY Football off-season I’ve ever had. 248 more words

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The things I wish I could tell my former perfection striving self

Happy Sunday! This is blog post is a life ponder… As an OT, I have learned that reflection is one of the most important and healthiest things to do in order to learn from yourself and improve your clinical practice.   1,486 more words

Barry University

Jenna Bradley Pitches Holy Cross to District Title Win

By Steve Svetovich

Holy Cross sophomore pitcher Jenna Bradley was almost untouchable all season.

With a minuscule 0.54 ERA, she earned her league leading 13th win of the season to lead the Lady Crusaders to a 5-3 win over Old Forge in the Lackawanna League District 2 final Thursday, May 31, at the University of Scranton’s Magis Field. 460 more words

Dunmore

Holy Cross Shortstop Reflects on High School Career

By Steve Svetovich

Lindsey Leppo had a decision to make four years ago. Coming from a public school she wasn’t sure if the transition to a private school would be an easy one. 542 more words

Dunmore

The NCAA Dream

I still vividly remember sitting in the bleachers of Heritage Christian Academy as a little 6th grader.  I had just started playing for the middle school B-squad volleyball team– literally the worst team you could make– and I had decided it was a good idea to watch the high school varsity team play.   3,239 more words