Follow our teams this season on Max Preps.
Tryouts are over and the teams have been picked.
There will only be scores posted for the JV, no stats.
The season starts with JV on August 22nd and Varsity on August 25th, both teams
It seems as though with each passing day, I become more anxious for football season to start. I often talk Hawkeye Football in my daily life, and many tell me that I'm addicted. So be it. I'm a football, and particularly a Hawkeye Football addict. Here are a few things that I cannot wait for that September 3rd morning:
1. Tailgating: There's nothing better than setting up the canopy tents at 6 in the morning to prepare for the upcoming game. Sharing in stories, laughter, and most importantly
Updated 08-06-2011 at 11:46 AM by HawkeyeMcNutt
Well, it is August again and just like every August I spend the first week and a half of the month getting prepared for the new season. Yep, it is almost here, Volleyball, this will be my third year of coaching JV and assisting the Varsity team that my wife coaches. This year appears to be unlike any that I have ever prepared for. On paper, there are going to be 15 Freshman trying out and 6 sophomores. The most kids that I have finished a season with is 9, due to some injuries and kids being pulled
Updated 08-06-2011 at 08:35 PM by sportstalent
(Number of sophomores)
First off, before we get too far into this, it is important to note that sciatica is a set of symptoms and not a true diagnosis. Just like how low back pain is a symptom, but can have many different causes, so is the case with sciatica. And if you have it or have had it, you know it can be a real pain in the butt!
Lets start with some of the main symptoms of sciatica. Most of the clients that I've worked with display a very typical pattern of pain. It usually starts in the SI
Originally Posted by NewMexHawk
No a scholarship is not taken away from a kid with an academic scholarship unless he/she does not meet the standards. They must maintain a particularly high GPA in order to keep that scholarship, which means they also have to study, study, study long hours and may not have time for a 20-hour a week job? Their job, like that of athletes, is to maintain their GPA. Many think that an athlete's job is playing football/bb. They spend many hours practicing but do you think these "student" athletes
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