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September 19, 2016 Coach Raver

Why are there so many injuries?  Some believe there are too many one-sport athletes these days, so they use the same muscles over and over again.  They either wear them out or they do not […]

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The Willis Dunker Memorial Tourney

September 16, 2016 Coach Raver

Tomorrow will be a very busy day in Southeastern Indiana.  The one thing that has my full attention is the Lions Club golf tournament named in honor of long-time coach and Lions Club Member, Willis […]

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Dale Earnhardt, Jr.

September 15, 2016 Coach Raver

My favorite NASCAR driver is Dale Earnhardt, Jr.  His season came to an end several races ago when he developed concussion symptoms.  Most of the time, race car drivers have to be pried out of […]

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September 14, 2016 Coach Raver

We seem to be over run with replays these days.  Baseball and football, and sometimes basketball, go to replays.  However, there is no replay for misinterpretation of rules by a football official. If you haven’t […]

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OA Football

September 13, 2016 Coach Raver

The Oldenburg Academy football program has accomplished a lot in their 4 years of competition.  Last year they had a winning record in the 1st year they were eligible to play in a sectional and […]

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Can You Run?

September 12, 2016 Coach Raver

Running has been big for many years now.  Forty-two year old Scott Jurek of Boulder, Colorado, likes to take this to a whole new level.  He recently traversed the Appalachian Trail in the fastest time […]

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Graduate Transfers

September 9, 2016 Coach Raver

A lot of college athletes use their 5th year of eligibility because they were red shirted at least one year at their previous college.  This is why they have a 5th year.  This means they […]

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Coach Holtmann

September 8, 2016 Coach Raver

I recently read in the Indianapolis Star that Butler basketball coach, Holtmann, had his contract extended through 2021-22.  This, of course, will help in his recruiting process.  Athletes can enter the school knowing he has […]

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Johnny Wilson

September 7, 2016 Coach Raver

Johnny Wilson, better known as “Jumpin’ Johnny Wilson” was the 1946 Mr. Basketball in the state of Indiana.  The Anderson High School graduate was barely 6 foot tall but he had amazing jumping skills. Recently […]

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Track Update

September 6, 2016 Coach Raver

I got a pleasant surprise when I attended Batesville’s second home football game.  There was obviously the start of a new surface on the Batesville track.  I hope that this is the start of a […]

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