The Lake Breeze Newspaper

Volume #97, Issue #3

Lake Breeze Newspaper

Andrew Becker, Josh Teegardin, Web Edition Editor

November 16, 2012

Managers Play Crucial Role

Story by: Courtney Roszak

At the beginning of every sports season, each individual has the opportunity to become a sports manager.

The managers have a responsibility level almost equal to that of an assistant coach.
They get water, help run practice, take times, and cheer on the athletes.
As winter sports begin their season, a select few students have stepped up to the position. Every sport has the opportunity to have a manager.

Seniors Cassie Maas and Taylor Lohse have decided to manage the boys swim team for a second year.

“We like managing because we like to swim and it gives an opportunity to stay around swimming,” said Maas.

The duo helps coaches with running the practices and changing the board of team records.

They have become a huge support system at swim meets while also taking times.
The North/South hockey team, the Red Raiders, have three varsity managers and two junior varsity managers.

The varsity managers are made up of three girls who attend North High, senior Courtney Duchow, juniors Charlottes Mayville and Taylor Bruinooge.

The junior varsity managers are two girls who attend North High, freshmen Ally Domagalski and Tessa Kammerzelt.

“I heard Keith Barthalomils talking about hockey, and I liked watching hockey games, so I decided to try managing out my freshman year,” commented Bruniooge.

The girls help set up drills and take stats at games. Bruniooge added that she likes managing because she can be a part of a sport without any of the added stress.

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