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Hornet Fan Enews for August 9, 2010
Monday, August 09, 2010 9:12:24 AM - Monroe Ohio

Hornet Fans,


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The 4th Annual Hornet Day will take place Sunday, August 22 from 5:00 – 7:00 pm at the Monroe High School Sports Complex. The high school student-athletes, band members, and coaching staff will be introduced to Hornet Fans at 5:00; and mini-camps for football, soccer, volleyball, golf, cheerleading, cross country, softball & band will begin at 5:30. The coaches, staff members and players will run FREE mini-camps for youth players and kids interested in sports and band. During the evening, there will be time to take pictures and autographs with favorite coaches and players; decorate lockers (create your designs at home and bring them to the event); and dunk the coaches and players in the dunking machine! Hornet Spirit wear will be on sale, and the 1st Business Expo will be participating this year. The event is free and open to the public; so mark your calendars, and bring your teammates, friends and neighbors out for a FUN evening!

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The 3rd Annual MABC Golf Outing takes place Sunday, August 29th at Weatherwax Golf Course. There will be a shotgun start at 1:30. Entry fee for the outing is only $75 per golfer. Contact Rocky @ 539-7331 for any Q&A . A registration form is attached for your convenience.


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2010 - 2011 Membership and Sponsor forms are attached for your convenience. To guarantee your parking pass, please submit your completed form and check to the following:

Angela Peterson

211 Sands Ave

Monroe, OH 45050
Make checks payable to Monroe Athletic Booster Club. Any Q&A, contact one of the officers.


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The athletic department will sell season passes and reserved seating tickets for all sports. Football reserved season tickets will go on sale from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Aug. 9 and also from 6 to 8 p.m. on Aug. 10 and 12. For more information, call the athletic department at (513) 539-8111.


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There's a new group of Monroe alumni joining the collegiate sports world - 2010 graduates. The Monroe Athletic Booster Club is recognizing alumni who currently participate in collegiate sports. Photos of each collegiate athlete are displayed in the glass case at the entrance to the high school gym. Each photo is identified with the player’s name and school. When the athlete retires from sports, the photo will be returned to the family. If the athlete completes 4 years of collegiate sports, the photo will be displayed in another prominent location in the school. If you have a son / daughter / relative who plays a college sport, please provide an 8 x 10 photo with him / her in collegiate apparel. Send or drop off the photo to AD Dave Bauer @ the athletic department office.
Volleyball:

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From the Pulse Journal: 'Samantha Streibick, an all-SWBL Buckeye performer in volleyball as a freshman, recently concluded a stellar summer on the AAU volleyball circuit. Streibick played middle hitter for her U15 club which won the Ohio Valley Region and eventually finished ranked 18th in the nation and taking third place at the AAU Nationals in Orlando.'

Pulse Journal Athlete of the Week: Alex Mitchell


Sports: Volleyball, soccer.

Claim to fame: “I was the captain of the volleyball team.”

Bet you didn’t know: “I’m lactose intolerant.”

Toughest opponent: “Alter. They were one of the top-ranked teams in the state.”

Biggest influence: “Dennis Ullery. He’s a huge role model and I want to be just like him.”

Person who’d play you in a movie: “Adam Sandler, because he is hilarious and we make similar jokes.”

Person whose brain you’re dying to pick: “John Candy.”

Talent you’d most like to have: “Be able 
to do front and back flips.”

The words you live by: “Never back down.”

Person you’d trade places with for a day: “President Obama.”

Favorite movie: “The Hangover.”

Worst habit: “Sleeping when I should be doing important things.”

Favorite book: “The Outsiders” by S.E. Hinton.

I can’t live without ... “My iPod.”

Favorite TV show: “America’s Funniest Home Videos.”

Favorite smell: “Lemons.”

Favorite junk food: Cookies.

On your bedroom walls: “Honestly, nothing.”

You are most annoyed by: “Annoying people.”

Favorite home- cooked meal: “Steak.”

Vegetable you will not eat: Spinach.

When I’m bored, I ... “Get on Facebook.”

Most embarrassing moment ... “Tripping and breaking my ankle during soccer season.”

Game-day rituals: “Drink an energy drink, hit a volleyball against the wall.”

Favorite school subject: Math.

Last video game I bought: “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.”

Favorite pro athlete: “Lionel Messi. He’s the best soccer player in the world.”

Best thing about volleyball: “The people I meet and the adventures we have.”

Worst thing about 
volleyball: “Not being able to play longer.”

In 10 years, I’ll be ... “With NASA.”


Pulse Journal Athlete of the Week: Megan Long


Sports: Softball.

Claim to fame: “I have won many awards for my art.”

Bet you didn’t know: “I’m a huge Harry Potter geek.”

Toughest opponent: “Madison, they are one of the best teams around.”

Biggest influence: “My family, they are a great group of people who I can depend on.”

Person who’d play you in a movie: “Helena Bonham, because she’s awesome and quirky.”

Person whose brain you’re dying to pick: “Buddha, because of his spiritualism.”

Talent you’d most like to have: “Singing.”

The words you live by: “Time is the most valuable thing in the world. It’s non-refundable and yet it’s the one thing we take most for granted. Don’t waste your time.”

Worst habit: “Being a perfectionist.”

I can’t live without ... “People in my family. They keep me going and it would be dreadfully boring if there was no one to talk to.”

You are most annoyed by: “Pessimism. I don’t like bad attitudes or drama.”

When I’m bored, I ... “Draw.”

Most embarrassing moment ... “Trying to blow a bubble with gum and I passed gas instead.”

Best thing about softball: “Competition. The adrenaline that pumps when playing a good game.”

Worst thing about 
softball: “When we lose or when I mess up. It’s disappointing, but it happens and I learn to get over it.”

In 10 years, I’ll be ... “Either in school for a doctorate’s degree or working.”

 


Pulse Journal Athlete of the Week: Devin King

 


Claim to fame: “I set the school rushing record for most yards in a season.”

Bet you didn’t know: “I have a stepfather and step-brother from Uzbekistan.”

Toughest opponent: “Franklin, because the game will be hyped up. There’s a lot of talk between the two teams.”

Biggest influence: “My grandpa, Lynn Meyer, because he always gave me good advice and it always worked out right.”
Person who’d play you in a movie: “Daniel Craig, because people say that’s who I am going to look like when I get older.”
The words you live by: “Be the best you can be.”
Person you’d trade places with for a day: “Rob Dyrdek. He gets to do stupid stuff for fun because he has so much money.”

Favorite movie: “Avatar.”

Worst habit: “Procrastination.”

Favorite book: “The Lucky One” by Nicholas Sparks.

Favorite TV show: “Jersey Shore.”

Favorite smell: “Hollister cologne.”

You are most annoyed by: “Liars.”

Favorite home cooked meal: “Steak and broccoli with cheese.”
Most embarrassing moment ... “Rounding third base going to home plate, I tripped in the middle of the base path and fell straight on my face.”
Favorite school subject: Science.
Favorite pro athlete: “Brandon Phillips, because I like his attitude .”
Best thing about football: “Playing with my friends.”
Worst thing about football: “Losing.”

In 10 years, I’ll be ... “Hopefully, living by a beach.”


Pulse-Journal Quotes:


• Coach Stubbs: “It’s really a double-edged sword. I think the 10 days are good for working on the fundamentals so you don’t have to spend that time during two-a-days, but I think kids shouldn’t have to choose. They should be able to be part of extracurriculars as much as possible.”

• Wrestling Coach Jimmy Williams: "I’m excited to be here (who also will be the offensive line coach for the Hornets football team.) I’m still kind of new right now and football is going on, but one of my goals is to reinstate the youth wrestling program. Right now, kids who live here are wrestling in other programs. We need to build it back up so they can wrestle here and that will help build the high school program in the future.”

• Coach Stubbs: “It’s really become a necessity. If you’re not working on the basics in the summer, you’re going to be behind when practice starts. We make sure we work hard and get something out of it because you have to be a on a level playing field with your opponents.”

 

 

Thanks to F. Gerardo Ayes for his continued support of the student-athletes and Athletic Booster Club!!



Sprowls Orthodontics supports the student-athletes by purchasing an ad in the Booster Club’s athletic program. We thank Sprowls Orthodontics for helping the student-athletes, teams and Booster Club reach their goals. Sprowls Orthodontics supports our student-athletes, so let’s support them ☺

 

 


 

GO HORNETS!

Ann
 

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