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Cheers And Encouragement: How To Be A Better Sports Parent

By Greg James | gregj@mycityjournals.com Here’s something most kids will never say to their parents: Thanks for screaming at the referee and the other team the entire game. All parents want to help and support their kids while they play sports. Most are able to do so without hindering others’ enjoyment or putting unnecessary stress

Fathers Day Sale on the Sierra Online Store

With summer coming up fast on everyone we know that there is a need to get the father in your life a gift. Here at Sierra Athletics we suggest getting dad some Sierra gear so he is ready to take on games and events at Sierra! Use the code below to get 15% off a

Drew Girling Receives Honorable Mention for 4A Girls State Soccer Team

Following a great season as the goal keeper for the Sierra Girls Soccer team, Drew Girling was selected for 1st team all league for the Colorado Springs Metro League. This was a great feat for any high school athlete, but the accolades havent’ stopped there. Our very own Drew Girling was given a honorable mention

Why all athletes must strengthen the neck

By Ken Mannie I learned about the importance of training the head and neck musculature early in my career. As a high school coach in the mid-1970s, our staff attended several spring football clinics at Penn State University. Dan Riley, who was the head strength and conditioning coach, would always emphasize strengthening the neck region

Save 20% on the Sierra Online Store!

Just in time for summer, you can save 20% on purchases over $85 on the Sierra online store. Head on over and get some Sierra swag! Click here.

Practice With a Purpose

Challenging your players to create a competitive atmosphere outside of just games It’s a hot summer day, and you just finished mowing the lawn and washing the car. With sweat still dripping from your forehead, you head into the house and sit down on your favorite recliner to relax. With the remote in one hand, you

Coaches Must Take the Time to Teach Sportsmanship

High school athletics provides athletes with opportunities to learn many things that are not covered in academic curriculum. Athletes build relationships with their teammates and coaches, establish healthy exercise habits and experience the range of emotions that come with competition. During these contests students feel the responsibility of representing themselves, their families, teams and schools.