|“A coach can foster that (Winning Culture) within his program by embracing past success. We hang signs and plaques in the weight room, locker room, and halls because we want guys to embrace our core values and remind our current players of the accomplishments and tradition of those that have gone before us.” Coach Kremer|
Archive for April, 2010
Coach Kremer of Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller states, “One quality that is inherent is the desire of people to be a part of something bigger than themselves. So if you build your program to be something special, student-athletes will want to be part of that.”Sunday, April 25th, 2010
Head Girls Basketball Coach Reggie Ware of Midfield High School in Alabama comments, “Captains that are leaders get other players to do the right things when they’re supposed to. Captains set the example by working hard and doing what they’re coached to do even when it is hard.”Sunday, April 18th, 2010
Coach Ron Hinton from Amanda Clearcreek in Ohio states, “Every kid that walks into our locker room sees a picture of Massillon’s Paul Brown Stadium. That is where the Ohio State Championships are played, and that is where we want to go. The picture is there to remind our kids’ everyday why we do what we do.”Sunday, April 18th, 2010
“Be goal oriented. We are very goal oriented. We write our goals down and go over them weekly. We don’t judge the success or failure of Friday night on the score-board alone, we do it by consulting our weekly goals and finding out where we were successful and where we need to improve.” Coach Hinton (more…)
Coach David Peck from Bingham High School in Utah discusses the importance of laying a the right foundation for a championship program.Sunday, April 18th, 2010
Setting high standards with a “Code of Ethics” and academically has positively changed the lives of young men and powered Bingham football to only 7 losses in 5 years…
Mr. David Peck
Head Football Coach
Bingham High School
Utah 5A State Champions
2009 and 2006
Coach Peck discusses holding players to high standards, maintaining a code of ethics, winning in the fourth quarter, not embarrassing the family name, and the difference they are making with young men not only on the football field but in the players lives as well.
Right Tackle Brandon Taukeiaho stated, “It is an honor and a privilege to block for Stefan (QB).” Quarterback Cantwell stated, “They usually put me in on QB sneaks, so I try to do my best on those, but if I don’t get them, I just cheer my team on the best I can.” Coach Peck discusses a Team First attitude.
The interview is right below titled CoachDavidPeck…
Bingham High School also won the Utah Class B Football State Championship in 1939, 1941, 1945 and 1946
www.Binghamfootball.org is a wonderful site with lots information on this fantastic program.
Coach Heintschel of Toledo St. Johns in Ohio discusses not dwelling on the past but focusing on the present in order to be prepared to win in the future…Saturday, April 10th, 2010
It takes hard work and players that believe in you and each other. St. John’s has taken teams to Columbus that are not star-studded teams. They’ve been teams that work hard and played strong defense… Coach Heintschel. (more…)