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Kerala State School Athletics Meet Trivandrum, 62nd Kerala School Sports Meet Result, Kerala School Athletics Championship THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The 62nd State School Athletic Championship began on athletes will compete in the three-day sports meet. Whilst we do aim to follow UKA rules, this is a schools' event and the competitors' experience and safety is our priority. Therefore, we reserve the right to be.
Frankly, it would have not cost the education department much if the meet was held over four days. The important thing to note here is that the schools take care of the expenses of their athletes.
Palakkad basks in glory at Kerala Schools Athletic Meet
I fully agree with the government decision to drop the opening and closing ceremonies. But there is no doubt that the winners should have been awarded medals. Seriously, how much a medal will cost?
But the value of that medal to a budding athlete is priceless. Another thing to keep in mind is that the central government and the Athletics Federation of India have placed utmost importance on young talents in the country of late.
India's fine run in the recent Youth Olympics bears testimony to that. So in that backdrop the decision of the organisers to exclude the athletes who ended up third in the district meet from competing in the state meet can only be termed a big blow to the aspirations of the hopefuls.100 Meter Sprint Senior Boys Final - 62nd Kerala State Schools Athletics Meet 2018
I believe had the government or the education department taken the initiative to talk to the officials they would have happily agreed to officiate in the state meet without taking a single rupee. A flexible or pragmatic approach would have resulted in the athletes getting ample rest and also more competitors getting a chance to showcase their skills. I can feel the disappointment of the youngsters. The school meet is the first step to excellence on the sporting arena.
I have fond memories of competing in school meets. This year, Caiden, Ryan and Thomas were able to practice some with The Whetstone braves wrestling team. This experience was invaluable and we thank head coach Tom Jones and the Braves for having us down for a few practices.
We concluded our season with a pizza victory celebration get together with the cheerleaders. A special thanks to the cheerleaders, their coaches, our assistant coach Ron Heath. Our seniors this year are Asia, Ryan and Thomas.
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While we continue to build the future of panther athletics, we wish them good luck and all the best as they go out and build their future. Go Panthers and "finish strong. We were happy to welcome back our returning cheerleaders and enjoyed having new students participate. The cheerleaders came to practice every day ready to work hard and have a TON of fun.
This year the cheerleaders traveled to Tennessee, Indiana, hosted a day meet here at OSSBand competed in our national conference in Kentucky! The cheerleaders showed their Panther pride cheering on the wrestlers throughout the season, and did a wonderful job representing OSSB at the national conference. Captain Sophia Larick competed for the title of Outstanding Cheerleader and took home second place! Coach Rachel Bailey and Assistant Coach Denise Reed are very proud of the cheerleaders and want to congratulate them on all of their accomplishments this season.
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Cheerleading The cheerleading program consists of 3 squads: Varsity Squad practices times a week to learn sidelines and a complete cheer and dance routine, competing in meets throughout the winter season.
Pep Squad practices once a week learning sideline cheers and creating spirit items. The Pee Wee Squad season begins the first week of February anyone may participate and culminates in the Pee Wee Sports Meet swimming, wrestling, and cheerleading at the beginning of March. Practices occur after school times a week to learn sideline cheers and a short cheer and dance routine. All participants must be in good academic standing GPA of 2. We are very proud of our Braille Cheer, courtesy of Mrs.
Forensics High School students may participate in forensics public speaking. Competition occurs in the spring of the school year and is scheduled with teams from other state schools for students with visual impairments. Academic eligibility requires a 2. Goalball Teams Dear Panther Fans: The goalball season was exciting. The OSSB goalball panthers participated in three goalball meets. Louis, at Missouri School for the Blind. The boys team finished fifth and the girls finished sixth. We got to see students grow and mature on and off of the court.
They worked hard and were dedicated to becoming stronger individuals and increase the overall power of the team. All of our athletes met or surpassed their personal goals. We look forward to having another outstanding season in Aiden Carter is a hard worker, always showing up to practice ready to go.
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He contributed very much to the team with his enthusiastic attitude, and scoring a goal at the Kentucky day meet. Cameron Conant has grown incredibly and worked hard during this goalball season and has placed specific focus on his running abilities. Awat Rage also did very well in practice and the Kentucky day meet.
He learned about making good choices to create great outcomes. Jason Tolle was one of the new faces on the varsity team. He grew a lot this year and continues to focus on his strengths in anticipation of next season! Caiden Hooks is very methodical in his approach to playing goalball. He has set a goal to increase the power of his throw. Caiden made some tremendous blocks this season. Alex Crawford is always prepared when it is game time.
He did whatever was asked of him and always gave it his best. Thomas Alfred worked hard all season.
He wanted to continue to specialize his skills and worked to master his skip throw this season. This hard work paid off and led to many goals for the Panthers. Ryan Chandler led the team this year as center. He distributed the ball well and played a vital role in helping younger team members learn the rules of the game. His leadership was appreciated. Our most valuable player Brandon Mason did whatever needed to be done.
His goals were to make the A squad or play center on the B squad. Brandon was able to do both this year.
Kerala State School Athletics Meet 2018 Trivandrum
Asia provided power at left wing, while Sarah excelled at right wing. Maggie was a key player in this group leading the Panthers to top quality play during games! Lalita provided scoring ability with those quiet balls she is so good at throwing. Our MVP and captain, Yaqi provided leadership, encouragement, knowledge and skill to a young developing team. Thanks girls for a great season!
To celebrate the many successes of the season, the goalball teams had a pizza party at OSSB.