High school musical dating game

27-Sep-2019 21:40

At about into the movie, Sharpay Evans asks Troy when the “big game” is, and he says it’s in two weeks, which would have been January 23.

But at into the movie, Chad Danforth says that the game is on Friday (here’s the script for the movie, by the way).

Part of being a coach is being a mentor, and training athletes to see themselves as “greater than” is just irresponsible.

THE VERDICT: Coach Bolton has a good heart and is a skilled motivator, but he seems to have a disappointing lack of basketball knowledge and he doesn’t hold his players accountable for their behavior off the court.

In the scene, Troy is working from a back-to-the-basket post-up position, something he wouldn’t really do as a point guard.

However, let’s say he is playing a forward or center position–that could be a good way to take advantage of his post skill set against a defender not used to guarding post players, especially if there’s a size advantage.

We didn’t find any rules that put a limit on how often a high school team is allowed to practice, so we’re going to go with the NCAA’s take on the issue: “Countable athletically related activities may occur not more than 20 hours per week, with a maximum of four hours per day.” Assuming their practices run an average of two hours, the East High Wildcats had about six hours of practice between the start of the movie and the championship game, but how long of a time frame is that?

Having an ignorant coach isn’t a deal-breaker, but it’s not a great start.

Coach Bolton is only present at the last three, meaning the first practice wasn’t technically a practice, according to the NMAA.

Still, some high school coaches allow their players to hold “captain’s practices,” giving their players access to school facilities (with the school’s permission) under the direction of the team captain, so the practice isn’t unheard of.

Coach Bolton also inadvertently teaches his players that because they are athletes, their actions have no consequences, which can lead to some not-so-good realities down the road: Troy and Chad miss a practice because they are in detention, a punishment they received for using their cell phones in class. If phones are against the rules, don’t use them or live with the punishment.

However, Coach Bolton storms into detention and orders his players to the gym, taking away all responsibility for their actions and showing the players that they are above the law because they have desirable physical skills.

Having an ignorant coach isn’t a deal-breaker, but it’s not a great start.

Coach Bolton is only present at the last three, meaning the first practice wasn’t technically a practice, according to the NMAA.

Still, some high school coaches allow their players to hold “captain’s practices,” giving their players access to school facilities (with the school’s permission) under the direction of the team captain, so the practice isn’t unheard of.

Coach Bolton also inadvertently teaches his players that because they are athletes, their actions have no consequences, which can lead to some not-so-good realities down the road: Troy and Chad miss a practice because they are in detention, a punishment they received for using their cell phones in class. If phones are against the rules, don’t use them or live with the punishment.

However, Coach Bolton storms into detention and orders his players to the gym, taking away all responsibility for their actions and showing the players that they are above the law because they have desirable physical skills.

Being a good motivator is part of being a good coach, but the other part is having an intimate familiarity with the sport, a knowledge of the game that allows you to see it from perspectives that your players, and hopefully opposing coaches, do not. Is Coach Bolton saying that East High has a guard in the game that they know and are aware of?