Good sportsmanship needs to be practiced at all times before, during, and after a sporting event. Sportsmanship, good or bad, is a reflection of the school and community.
Good Sportsmanship is when teammates, opponents, coaches, fans, and officials treat each other with respect. Good sportsmanship includes acknowledging good plays made by others and accepting bad calls gracefully. It means accepting the game's outcome without complaint and without excuses, even if you sometimes might think that the referees made some bad calls. Fair play is one concept of sportsmanship. Fair play refers to participants and spectators acting in a dignified manner even when others do not play fairly.
Sportsmanship is for all the people. Parents and fans need to be aware of how they behave during competition. Sportsmanship is a style and an attitude, and it can have a positive influence on everyone around you.
The real winners in sports are those who know how to persevere and to behave with dignity — whether they win or lose a game.
Be proud of yourself, your team, and your community. Congratulate your opponents on a game well played and let your wins speak for themselves.
Team wins Southeast Regional Powerlifting Championship.
Connor Crawford wins 1st Place and qualifies for State to be held Saturday, March 16th at El Reno High School.
Congratulations on a great season!
Congratulations to Faith Norman and Carson Bryant for qualifying for the State Track Meet.
Season is over, congratulations for having a winning season.