Sierra Girls Varsity Softball

  • Overall Record: 0 - 4 - 1
  • Conference Record: N/A

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The Importance of a Strong Coach-Athlete Relationship

By James Gels A team’s success is mostly measured by its season record and overall amount of victories, yet winning is only a minor part of success. Success alone does not make a team great until it is paired with effective coaching. Effective coaching runs deeper than wins and losses, it also includes reaching athletes

Four Keys for Developing Confident Players

Imagine you’re a bird resting on a tree branch. It’s a nice day and you’re relaxing while taking in nature’s beauty. Life is good. Now imagine you’re sitting on the branch during a windy day. We as humans would probably be nervous the branch would break, but the bird isn’t. Why? It’s all about confidence.

March Madness Savings on the Sierra Online Store

The Sierra online store is a way to support Sierra Athletics and all our programs. Percentages of sales come back to the school in order to supplement costs for necessities for each of our programs. Now through March 30th, you can save big! Head over to https://sideline.bsnsports.com/schools/colorado/coloradosprings/sierra-high-school

Sierra High School Hires New Head Softball Coach

The Sierra Athletic Department is pleased to announce the return of Coach James Brown who led the Stallions Softball team to two conference championships in the early 2000s. Coach Brown brings a wealth of knowledge about the game and the determination to grow the Sierra softball program back into a playoff contender. Beginning in the

Sierra High School Varsity Softball beat Mitchell 30-25

Tuesday, October 3, 2017 4:00 PM Mitchell AWAY 25 Sierra High School HOME 30 Game Recap Stallion Softball walks away with a W in a high-scoring affair against @mitchathletics SHS-30 MHS-25 #GoStallions

Reducing Risk in Sports: Managing asthma or other breathing problems

By Scott Sailor, EdD, president, National Athletic Trainers’ Association April 5, 2017 Many athletes of all ages encounter breathing difficulties during workouts, practice or sporting events. If you have asthma, there is no reason you cannot continue with your athletic career, just like the numerous well-known athletes who control their illness and continue to compete