Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Thank you Coach

Coach Thorp, all you have done for me and the hockey team these last four years has not gone unnoticed.  You have taught us key lessons in life: specifically, how to be a team player… how to work towards a common goal with teammates… how to cope with both winning and losing… how to deal with unexpected adversity… and of course, the overall benefit of being physically fit.

It’s a lot to ask of a volunteer, absolutely. There must be times when you ask yourself if you really have time to coach, or if you are making a difference, or ...
if you do, it’s in silence. Because we never see it or hear it.

Coaches, like you, are the bloodline of high school sports. Without your involvement, practices and games would never happen, never mind the life lessons countless of young kids learn.
Fun is the key ingredient to high school hockey.
I sincerely hope you have as much fun as your players do.

And coach. 
Thanks for all you do.  



3 pretty purplexing comments:

  1. I love this..it is amazing how many people impact us so greatly!

  2. Yes it is. And some people do not even realize how much of an impression they have left.

  3. Committed Observant Animated Caring Humble


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