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Developing an Off-Season Competition Program (Part II)by: Tad DePorter
Offensive and Defensive Line Coach and Co-Defensive Coordinator, Richmond-Burton High School (IL)
© January 2010
Last month Coach DePorter outlined the reasons for installing an ‘Off-Season Competition Program’ at Richmond-Burton High School. The program places all players onto teams, holds them accountable in a number of areas, and awards points in all phases of competition. In this issue, Coach DePorter discusses competition in other sports, community service, scoring and organization of the competition, rewards, and results.
Roughly 65% of our players are multi-sport athletes. We, as a staff, encourage this and prefer our athletes participate in multiple sports. It gets our players competing all year long, which is crucial to creating a successful program. It also improves their skills and abilities that can carry over from participation in other sports (e.g., leverage in wrestling, footwork....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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