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Junior High School 7th Grade Boys Basketball 2002 Rules and Expectations ABOUT THE COACH Name Birth date Education Hobbies Writing Sports Cars and Movies Philosophies Through hard work determination and proper attitude a player can grow both as a person and a teammate Athletics is a privilege not a right Youre here to get an education not a workout Academics are more important than any sport ever will be Goals for the season To improve every player both individually and as a member of this team To instill a sense of team loyalty and family atmosphere within all players With this comes school spirit and team spirit Contact Information Home Cell e-mail Expectations Power Obtained through hard work and determination it is a key to success We will master all we work at this year With focus on fundamentals all players should improve individually and as a team member Pride Both on an individual and team basis must be maintained in order to instill a team spirit within us all We win and lose as a team and are held responsible for teams actions We do not crow over wins we do not cry over losses Good sportsmanship and a great attitude instill pride within a program Respect Its a necessary two way street Players should maintain the level of respect they receive from their teammates and me There is no compromise for lack of respect Rules Consequences ACADEMICS First let it be known that while I am obligated and required to follow through with the districts eligibility policy I do not agree with its standards I feel that Athletics is a privilege and that athletes should go above and beyond both on the court and in the classroom Every player is expected to
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