August shot club totals have been updated on the website. Its not too late to start keeping track of your workouts. The shot club ends Oct 1. Keep up the work shooting! http://www.mosineebasketball.com/page/show/3401444-shot-club
MOSINEE HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL
To produce champions on and off the court.
To embody the principles and practices of a championship basketball program and make a positive impact within the Mosinee community through our commitment to purposeful, hard work and our core values.
Pursuing a common goal through love and accountability
Doing the right thing, on time, every time
Exhibiting confidence without arrogance
Doing and saying what is right because it is the right thing to do
Exhibiting an intense desire for excellence
Recovering or adjusting well to difficult circumstances or change
Seeking and acting on opportunities to help others
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P is for praising, which your child needs often.
A is for accepting, so hard edges will soften.
R is for recognizing your child’s many talents.
E is for encouraging a good healthy balance.
N is for nurturing, to help your child grow.
T is for teaching, then letting go.
S is for smiling at the growth and the glow.
Dear Parents: a letter by player, coach and parent Mike Schall
Changing the Game Project: resources on being a succesful sports parent
Coach-Parent Partnership: guidelines for developing a healthy coach/parent relationship.
Positive Coaching Alliance: valuable resources for sports parenting
Safe Athletes: what every parents should know about athlete abuse
Parents Association for Youth Sports: education and membership program
YESports:a mastery approach to parenting in sports
NCAA.org: information on college rules and regulations
What Parents Should Say: some guidelines on what parents should say as their children perform.
Thank you for visiting our Mosinee basketball web page. We hope we can count on your support throughout the year. Please take the time to check out our schedule to try and get to our games and see one of our hard working teams competing and representing Mosinee High School very proudly.”
“The goal is to make practice more difficult, physically/mentally, than anything your players will face during a game” – Bob Knight
“The players I respected most were the toughest players, not those who talked a good game or blocked a shot & acted like a fool” – Jay Bilas