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    State championship Bzzzza, Bzzzza, Bzzzza; “alright here we go”, I think to myself, as I sleepily roll out of bed at 8:00am, on March, 4 2001. I put on some pants, a shirt, shoes and grab a coat. As quick as I am up, I am out (of) the door. I get in my car and make my way towards the hockey rink, for a team breakfast. The eight minute car ride to the rink, I am thinking of only one thing, to take home a state championship this afternoon. I walk into the rink and I see my teammates sitting

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    I did what I do best and gave him a swift, hard crossface and cradeled him up. Squeezing with all my strength and might it took about 7 seconds of him being on his back and he was pinned! It took a total of 55 seconds to pin my first opponent at state. After my win, my team was lined up to congratulate me; I was the only member from our team to pin their opponent. The feeling of the referee raising my arm was one of the, if not, the best overwhelming feeling I've ever felt in my life. Knowing

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    Track State Championship The pit of my stomach felt as if it was being eaten away by gnawing insects inside. It wasn't just the ordinary butterflies but evil-biting insects. I was standing impatiently on the track quickly sliding further toward the inside as the incoming runner completed her handoff. Screaming encouragements, I waited for Rachel to make her way down the last stretch. We successfully completed our exchange of the baton and I was off. We arrived at Dutch Clark Stadium in Pueblo

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    State Wrestling Championship All my hopes and dreams had come true. I have been wrestling since I was twelve years old. Ever since then I've been trying to accomplish my dream of going to the Colorado State Wrestling Tournament. I decided that I wanted to be a good wrestler, and I wanted to be one of the top wrestlers in the state. I knew that the only way to accomplish my goal was to start wrestling as soon as possible and never give up. The second year of high school I was given my shot

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    Personal Narrative- Soccer State Championship On February 28, 2005, I experienced one of the most exciting events that anyone could ever experience – winning a State Championship. The day my soccer team made history is a day I’ll never forget. However it is not just that day we won the title, but the whole experience of the preceding season that got us there. From start to finish, my team’s 2004-2005 season taught me that the platitude is true. You can do anything you set your mind to. From

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    The night before the beginning of the state tournament, my fellow Smyrna bowlers and I had practice. Little did I know, but this practice would have wretched effects on the imminent weekend. Our practice simply started by throwing warm-up shots. While loosening my arm, a fellow teammate insisted that I should try to place more spin on the ball. My turn soon came to throw my first shot. I soon realized that I should not have listened to my fellow teammate because while throwing my first shot, and

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    State championship, finally after a hard, long, eventful road we made it to the finals. Tolono Unity stares at us inside of their huddle, feeling confident due to it’s their home court. Warm ups went great, everything was perfect. The referees called the captions over for the coin toss. It was Delaney and Olivia’s turn to go and they came back and said, “We won the serve!” As I went back to serve, feeling extremely nervous being the first server of the game, I go back to the line and I look

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    Winning the State Championship I have been playing baseball as long as I can remember. My dream ever since I was little was to win a State Championship in high school. Baseball is the only sport that I could literally play every day and not get tired of it. I told myself that I would never give up my dream of playing baseball as long as I live. I grew up playing in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, playing in a baseball league in Hillcrest. When I was ten years old I started playing travel ball with a team

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    If you were to ask me if I felt my travel softball team could win the ASA Pennsylvania State Championship, I would have said no, only because the odds were against us. My team was already low on players due to injuries and we had competed in three other games that day in the scorching one hundred degree heat. Despite this, we had managed to win each game up until the championship and this meant that since it was a double elimination tournament, whoever played us would have to beat us twice. Knowing

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    Athletes throughout the United States have so much devotion and dedication to their sport than anything else in the world. For most people their sport comes first even over their families and school. In order for me to enhance in the sport of swimming, training had to be my number one priority, and school and family was no where in my mind. Competing as a swimmer at Conference Championships representing Golden West College to try and earn a spot on the State Championship team was my major goal for the

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