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    reginaliu

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    Baseball Article

    Post  reginaliu on Tue Mar 09, 2010 9:54 pm

    Baseball Article

    The long-awaited baseball season has arrived once again and the defending league champion, our very own Arcadia Varsity Baseball team, does not intend to disappoint.

    According to Coach Mr. Nick Lemas, the Varsity Baseball team “has a lot of passion and a ‘never quit’ attitude that will take [them] far this year.”

    Of course, a team is only as strong as its players. Coach Lemas said, “I look for players who work hard, don't complain, and give me everything they have. I think everyone on our team exemplifies these qualities [in] one way or another … We have a lot of players who are unproven at the Varsity level which is going to make it fun. I know they will be successful and it will be fun to watch and be a part of.”

    Coach Lemas recognized seniors Garrett Tuck, Jonathan Larson, Kyle Schneider, and junior Tyler Dominguez as the team leaders. He said, “These boys bleed Cardinal and Gold and will do whatever it takes. We will go wherever they lead us.” With such a strongly built team this year, it’s hard to expect anything but a great outcome for
    the season.

    Not to mention, Coach Lemas, “the anchor of [the] team,” also has a very important role in the team’s success. Tyler said, “[Coach Lemas] leads us and he pushes us to do our best. We follow him and we all know he is going to lead us in the right direction for success. He has our back just as we have his.” To put it simply, “he’s a great coach.”

    Moreover, the baseball team has been practicing hard to ensure that this season will be just as successful as, if not more than, the season of 2009.

    “Our practice days are very productive,” Tyler explained. “We go over stuff we need to work on to keep improving. Repetition is big in baseball, so we practice hitting, fielding groundballs, and catching fly balls.”

    Aside from regular practices, the members of the team also participated, for the second time, in a training camp called Camp Goalz, where they worked with US Marines. Like the previous year they attended, their time there served as a positive learning experience. According to Coach Lemas, the team learned about “teamwork, hard work, and dedication.”

    Jonathan recalled, “Camp Goalz was definitely one of the most physically and mentally demanding experiences I have ever been through, from having to sleep in rain that made a pond in our tent to waking up at 5:15 [a.m.] ready to go on a three mile hike up a very steep hill. Going there brought our team so much closer. It will contribute a lot to our success this season because [we learned that] we are all pulling on the same rope and we all have each others' back. We are a family.”

    Overall, Jonathan said, “I feel very prepared for this upcoming season. As long as we go out confident, execute, and play our game, not a lot of teams can beat us.”

    Even with such an unstoppable team, it’s wise for them to never let their guard down and to continue to consider any possible threats. Coach Lemas said, “Crescenta Valley is our biggest rival. We swept them last year so I'm sure they will be looking for revenge. Burbank was the only team in league to beat us last year so there's a developing rivalry there. We've had some classic bouts with Burroughs over the years so that will be fun. And now Pasadena is starting to rise up … We are the defending league champs so teams will be gunning to beat us but we are prepared to handle it.”

    The baseball team’s hard work paid off as they started the season with a victory at their first game of the Elks Tournament against [insert school name], [insert score]. The team continued to succeed the next two weeks as well, winning against [insert school name] and [insert school name], [insert score] and [insert score] respectively.

    The Varsity Baseball team was built for success and has practiced long hours toward it as well. Their past games have exemplified this and, no doubt, so will the upcoming ones.

    reginaliu

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    Join date : 2009-09-03

    Re: Baseball Article

    Post  reginaliu on Sat Mar 13, 2010 12:45 am

    The long-awaited baseball season has arrived once again and the defending league champion, our very own Arcadia Varsity Baseball team, does not intend to disappoint.

    According to Coach Mr. Nick Lemas, the Varsity Baseball team “has a lot of passion and a ‘never quit’ attitude that will take [them] far this year.”

    Of course, a team is only as strong as its players. Coach Lemas said, “I look for players who work hard, don't complain, and give me everything they have. I think everyone on our team exemplifies these qualities [in] one way or another … We have a lot of players who are unproven at the Varsity level which is going to make it fun. I know they will be successful and it will be fun to watch and be a part of.”

    Coach Lemas recognized seniors Garrett Tuck, Jonathan Larson, Kyle Schneider, and junior Tyler Dominguez as the team leaders. He said, “These boys bleed Cardinal and Gold and will do whatever it takes. We will go wherever they lead us.” With such a strongly built team this year, it’s hard to expect anything but a great outcome for
    the season.

    Not to mention, Coach Lemas, “the anchor of [the] team,” also has a very important role in the team’s success. Tyler said, “[Coach Lemas] leads us and he pushes us to do our best. We follow him and we all know he is going to lead us in the right direction for success. He has our back just as we have his.” To put it simply, “he’s a great coach.”

    Moreover, the baseball team has been practicing hard to ensure that this season will be just as successful as, if not more than, the season of 2009.

    “Our practice days are very productive,” Tyler explained. “We go over stuff we need to work on to keep improving. Repetition is big in baseball, so we practice hitting, fielding groundballs, and catching fly balls.”

    Aside from regular practices, the members of the team also participated, for the second time, in a training camp called Camp Goalz, where they worked with US Marines. Like the previous year they attended, their time there served as a positive learning experience. According to Coach Lemas, the team learned about “teamwork, hard work, and dedication.”

    Jonathan recalled, “Camp Goalz was definitely one of the most physically and mentally demanding experiences I have ever been through, from having to sleep in rain that made a pond in our tent to waking up at 5:15 [a.m.] ready to go on a three mile hike up a very steep hill. Going there brought our team so much closer. It will contribute a lot to our success this season because [we learned that] we are all pulling on the same rope and we all have each others' back. We are a family.”

    Overall, Jonathan said, “I feel very prepared for this upcoming season. As long as we go out confident, execute, and play our game, not a lot of teams can beat us.”

    Even with such an unstoppable team, it’s wise for them to never let their guard down and to continue to consider any possible threats. Coach Lemas said, “Crescenta Valley is our biggest rival. We swept them last year so I'm sure they will be looking for revenge. Burbank was the only team in league to beat us last year so there's a developing rivalry there. We've had some classic bouts with Burroughs over the years so that will be fun. And now Pasadena is starting to rise up … We are the defending league champs so teams will be gunning to beat us but we are prepared to handle it.”

    The baseball team’s hard work paid off as they started the season with a victory against Temple City, 6-1. The team continued to succeed the next two games as well, winning against El Monte and the Duarte Falcons, 7-2 and 11-3 respectively.

    The Varsity Baseball team was built for success and has practiced long hours toward it as well. Their past games have exemplified this and, no doubt, so will the upcoming ones.

    lenakalemkiarian

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    Re: Baseball Article

    Post  lenakalemkiarian on Sat Mar 13, 2010 11:11 pm

    The long-awaited baseball season has arrived once again and the defending league champion, our very own Arcadia Varsity Baseball team, does not intend to disappoint.

    According to Coach Mr. Nick Lemas, the Varsity Baseball team “has a lot of passion and a ‘never quit’ attitude that will take [them] far this year.”

    Of course, a team is only as strong as its players. Coach Lemas said, “I look for players who work hard, don't complain, and give me everything they have. I think everyone on our team exemplifies these qualities [in] one way or another … We have a lot of players who are unproven at the Varsity level which is going to make it fun. I know they will be successful and it will be fun to watch and be a part of.”

    Coach Lemas recognized seniors Garrett Tuck, Jonathan Larson, Kyle Schneider, and junior Tyler Dominguez as the team leaders. He said, “These boys bleed Cardinal and Gold and will do whatever it takes. We will go wherever they lead us.” With such a strongly built team this year, it’s hard to expect anything but a great outcome for the season.

    Not to mention, Coach Lemas, “the anchor of [the] team,” also has a very important role in the team’s success. Tyler said, “[Coach Lemas] leads us and he pushes us to do our best. We follow him and we all know he is going to lead us in the right direction for success. He has our back just as we have his.” To put it simply, “he’s a great coach.”

    Moreover, the baseball team has been practicing hard to ensure that this season will be just as successful as, if not more than, the season of 2009.

    “Our practice days are very productive,” Tyler explained. “We go over stuff we need to work on to keep improving. Repetition is big in baseball, so we practice hitting, fielding groundballs, and catching fly balls.”

    Aside from regular practices, the members of the team also participated, for the second time, in a training camp called Camp Goalz, where they worked with US Marines. Like the previous year they attended, their time there served as a positive learning experience. According to Coach Lemas, the team learned about “teamwork, hard work, and dedication.”

    Jonathan recalled, “Camp Goalz was definitely one of the most physically and mentally demanding experiences I have ever been through, from having to sleep in rain that made a pond in our tent to waking up at 5:15 [a.m.] ready to go on a three mile hike up a very steep hill. Going there brought our team so much closer. It will contribute a lot to our success this season because [we learned that] we are all pulling on the same rope and we all have each others' back. We are a family.”

    Overall, Jonathan said, “I feel very prepared for this upcoming season. As long as we go out confident, execute, and play our game, not a lot of teams can beat us [(might sound better) a lot of teams will not be able to beat us or not that many teams can beat us].”

    Even with such an unstoppable team, it’s wise for them to never let their guard down and to continue to consider any possible threats. Coach Lemas said, “Crescenta Valley is our biggest rival. We swept them last year so I'm sure they will be looking for revenge. Burbank was the only team in league to beat us last year so there's a developing rivalry there. We've had some classic bouts with Burroughs over the years so that will be fun. And now Pasadena is starting to rise up … We are the defending league champs so teams will be gunning to beat us[,] but we are prepared to handle it.”

    The baseball team’s hard work paid off as they started the season with a victory against Temple City, 6-1. The team continued to succeed [in] the next two games as well, winning against El Monte and the Duarte Falcons, 7-2 and 11-3 respectively.

    The Varsity Baseball team was built for success and has practiced long hours toward it as well. Their past games have exemplified this and, no doubt, so will the upcoming ones.

    reginaliu

    Posts : 189
    Join date : 2009-09-03

    Re: Baseball Article

    Post  reginaliu on Sun Mar 14, 2010 7:05 pm

    The long-awaited baseball season has arrived once again and the defending league champion, our very own Arcadia Varsity Baseball team, does not intend to disappoint.

    According to Coach Mr. Nick Lemas, the Varsity Baseball team “has a lot of passion and a ‘never quit’ attitude that will take [them] far this year.”

    Of course, a team is only as strong as its players. Coach Lemas said, “I look for players who work hard, don't complain, and give me everything they have. I think everyone on our team exemplifies these qualities [in] one way or another … We have a lot of players who are unproven at the Varsity level which is going to make it fun. I know they will be successful and it will be fun to watch and be a part of.”

    Coach Lemas recognized seniors Garrett Tuck, Jonathan Larson, Kyle Schneider, and junior Tyler Dominguez as the team leaders. He said, “These boys bleed Cardinal and Gold and will do whatever it takes. We will go wherever they lead us.” With such a strongly built team this year, it’s hard to expect anything but a great outcome for the season.

    Not to mention, Coach Lemas, “the anchor of [the] team,” also has a very important role in the team’s success. Tyler said, “[Coach Lemas] leads us and he pushes us to do our best. We follow him and we all know he is going to lead us in the right direction for success. He has our back just as we have his.” To put it simply, “he’s a great coach.”

    Moreover, the baseball team has been practicing hard to ensure that this season will be just as successful as, if not more than, the season of 2009.

    “Our practice days are very productive,” Tyler explained. “We go over stuff we need to work on to keep improving. Repetition is big in baseball, so we practice hitting, fielding groundballs, and catching fly balls.”

    Aside from regular practices, the members of the team also participated, for the second time, in a training camp called Camp Goalz, where they worked with US Marines. Like the previous year they attended, their time there served as a positive learning experience. According to Coach Lemas, the team learned about “teamwork, hard work, and dedication.”

    Jonathan recalled, “Camp Goalz was definitely one of the most physically and mentally demanding experiences I have ever been through, from having to sleep in rain that made a pond in our tent to waking up at 5:15 [a.m.] ready to go on a three mile hike up a very steep hill. Going there brought our team so much closer. It will contribute a lot to our success this season because [we learned that] we are all pulling on the same rope and we all have each others' back. We are a family.”

    Overall, Jonathan said, “I feel very prepared for this upcoming season. As long as we go out confident, execute, and play our game, not a lot of teams can beat us.”

    Even with such an unstoppable team, it’s wise for them to never let their guard down and to continue to consider any possible threats. Coach Lemas said, “Crescenta Valley is our biggest rival. We swept them last year so I'm sure they will be looking for revenge. Burbank was the only team in league to beat us last year so there's a developing rivalry there. We've had some classic bouts with Burroughs over the years so that will be fun. And now Pasadena is starting to rise up … We are the defending league champs so teams will be gunning to beat us, but we are prepared to handle it.”

    The baseball team’s hard work paid off as they started the season with a victory against Temple City, 6-1. The team continued to succeed in the next two games as well, winning against El Monte and the Duarte Falcons, 7-2 and 11-3 respectively.

    The Varsity Baseball team was built for success and has practiced long hours toward it as well. Their past games have exemplified this and, no doubt, so will the upcoming ones.

    lenakalemkiarian

    Posts : 166
    Join date : 2009-09-01

    Re: Baseball Article

    Post  lenakalemkiarian on Tue Mar 16, 2010 6:58 pm

    looks good, there is nothing else to change.

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