Friday, March 3, 2017

Upside of Springfield boys basketball

For the second straight winter, Springfield has not had any success chasing victories on their boys basketball schedule. I will say a similar thing this winter to what I said last winter, these athletes deserve a standing ovation.    

1 comment :

  1. Agreed that the boys won't give up, it's not in their blood. Unfortunately for the team we have an insurmountable amount of talent that roams the halls of SHS every single day. None of which you will see at Dressell Gym on a Friday night. Based on talks with those same kids, I get the same answer every time. COACHING! They don't want to play for the current coaching staff. I go to almost every home game and close to home away games as I possibly can. Unfortunately i'd have to agree with the students. We can't have a JV or Varsity program that can only run 1-2 different plays (at best)and think we're going to go anywhere. that program needs an overhaul ASAP. With that said, I don't understand why the current athletic director or coaching staff for that matter aren't going after any of the talent in the school that should be out on the court. Although it is frustrating, I will be a COSMO forever.


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