The 16s and 18s travel team battles this weekend and got better. Getting better each practice or match is our single pursuit. Wins are a byproduct of improvement.
The 18s posted a 2-1 record as they pursued excellence in their game. The skill level is rising with favorable results in games.
The 16s learned that consistency is everything. Also, we were reminded that small details in our sport become the big things in a game.
Studies have shown that play in practice helps the athlete develop language and reasoning skills while encouraging independent thinking and problem-solving.
Play practice builds neural pathways in the brain that help build self-confidence, self-mastery, and a sense of belonging.
Play practice produces many mental health benefits for young athletes and adults alike.
We are NU Breed, the rumor of something good.