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Theres just something about high sports Im not sure if its the pride the rush of them or just the hometown fame you gain What I will never forget about high school sports is a Powerlifting coach I had my junior and senior year See high school sports not only allow students to have fun but it also teaches students responsibility It molds students to a outstanding class of citizens Brownfield Texas is a small town in the south part of the Panhandle It has one high school which is a 3-A high school with about six hundred students The faculty at BHS has always cared about the students there and vise-versa It was half way though my junior year and it was our schools first year to have powerlifting It was strange to most of us because we have never heard of this sport We really didnt understand the whole concept of it I remember the first powerlifting meeting We all met after off season the first Monday back from Christmas break Coach H The ADHead Football Coach gave us a small speech and then introduced us to our new Powerlifting coach He said Men and women I would like you to meet coach N the head powerlifting coach The first words out of coach Ns Mouth were were going to work hard and were going to get strong I Knew some how by the tone of his voice that this a very serious statement Hard work is just what we needed for the athletic program Its been awhile since weve had any kind of work As the weeks went on I started to bulk up I was absolutely loving powerlifting and I owed it all to coach He was the kind of coach who knew how to encourage and motivate you to work harder He was also the kind of coach who cared about everyone on the team he didnt
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