How CAL Coaches Evaluate Talent

Wednesday, December 23, 2015 “Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard.”  This quote was said by High School Basketball Coach Tim Notke, someone whose job it was to evaluate talent and push his players to reach their goals. While coaches will sometimes get lucky and have a player or two who possess raw…

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Pros and Cons of the Ban on Heading in Soccer

Wednesday, November 25, 2015 There has been countless research, discussion, and debate over the role concussions play in contact sports and their effects on athletes, especially young athletes. The United States Soccer Federation recently made a huge rule change in attempt to reduce concussions and help ease parents’ worry. The new policy bans players age…

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Coach Corey Visits Christopher Dock High School

Tuesday, November 3, 2015 Coach Corey speaking at Christopher Dock Mennonite High School. (Photo: Jay Gordon) “Time + Effort = Results. My friends, don’t look for the easiest way out, there aren’t any. Stop waiting for tomorrow, tomorrow never comes, it’s today that counts, this very moment.  The time you put into anything in your life with…

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Nutrition Tips – You Are What You Eat

Tuesday, September 19, 2015 We have all heard the expression: You are what you eat. No truer words have ever been spoken when it comes to student-athletes and their performance. While a healthy diet isn’t the magical key to success, a poor diet is a setup for failure. Dr. Aaron Oberst, friend of CAL Sports…

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