What better way to live your faith than to teach it in front a crowd, and a bunch of impressionable young teenagers in a competitive environment.
Coach Mark Showers could hardly contain his glee as he taped ankles before practice. He knows that his young team will round into form sooner than later, and that the fruits of his labor from working with some of his players this summer will bear fruit.
Nothing phases Mingus Union head basketball coach David Beery. As he watched his team scrimmage against a very athletic Page team, one of his players was having trouble matching up with one of their guards.
It is hard not to notice athletes running on the track as soccer practice is going on. However, right there with both the boys’ and girls’ soccer team getting ready for their first scrimmage of the season is handful of athletes running repeat 400s and sprinters in their starting blocks practicing their starts for a season that is over two months away.
First-year Mingus Union coach Kirk Waddle has a hunger to impart his wrestling knowledge to the athletes on his team.
Mingus Union girls’ soccer coach Andrea Strobel is excited at the prospect of scrimmaging Peoria High School this week.
Mingus Union boys’ soccer coach Calvin Behlow coaches the game with a passion.
Mingus Union high school senior volleyball and softball player Morgan Mabery is going to continue her athletic career at South Mountain Community College.