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Old Apr 18, 2009, 9:44 AM   #1
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Here are a couple of shots especially for our resident soccer coach. By the way the two teams are BFA (Black Forest Academy)and Patch High School located at the US Army Garrison in Stuttgart, Germany.The first is a Patch midfielder and the second a BFA defender heading one over aPatch wing. These are with the DL and the Sigma 100-300.



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Great action shots!
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Thanks for looking and commenting mtnman!

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Nice going Glen!
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Here are a couple of shots especially for our resident soccer coach. By the way the two teams are BFA (Black Forest Academy)and Patch High School located at the US Army Garrison in Stuttgart, Germany.The first is a Patch midfielder and the second a BFA defender heading one over aPatch wing. These are with the DL and the Sigma 100-300.
Nice shots, Glenn. I appreciate your thinking of me. And, yours are even black-and-gold teams, :-)





And no, I haven't managed to work out how I can shoot and coach at the same time. I've trained one of my managers as a shooter, and these were all ones she took. She even caught the old fat guy "dispensing wisdom.




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Paul, I didn't realize there were coed teams. I thought it was either all boys or girls. How does it work?

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Paul, I didn't realize there were coed teams. I thought it was either all boys or girls. How does it work?

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Actually, Glenn, there are not co-ed competitions as such. There are separate divisions for boys' and girls' teams. Under Arkansas high school rules, though, if school does not offer a girls' team in a given sport, girls are allowed to compete on the boys' teams. Typically, this occurs in the first couple of years of a team's existence, while the team is trying to build participation. That's the case in photo #1, a first-year team that had 4-5 girls playing on it. (The opposing team in #2 also had a couple of girls on it.) We have two of the six teams in our conference that started their programs this year and have girls playing on the boys teams. Both with have separate girls' programs next year.

Our school started both boys' and girls' programs the same year, so we have never played co-ed.

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