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LETTER FROM THE OFFICE

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THE NEW YEAR IS IN FULL SWING,

PHOTOGRAPHY | MARK MCCOY

where did the month of January go? It seems like just yesterday the New Year was rung in. Now diets have started and failed, gym memberships opened and closed, Cokes getting thrown away and then bought again; there is a lot that can happen in a month. In a month’s time; teams are made and broken, players excel or are injured, and dreams are thought of and crushed. Go Team Casey McCoy is going through changes just like everyone else. Promotions Coordinator We have implemented an entire new layout for the magazine, and it’s to get you more acquainted and personal with the players. It will help you get to know them just a little more, so that after your reading the magazine you feel as if you have just a few more friends. Check out the rest of the pictures from every game on www.GoTeamMagazine.com and also you can watch the videos from a few of our events. One such clip is from the Cheer and Dance Exhibition 2010 for Middle School and newly included this year, High School. The University of Southern Indiana cheer team, Go Screaming Eagles, had us come out and donate our time to get action shots and team pictures, with a portion of the proceeds getting donated back to the USI cheer team. The pictures turned out great and in total we took 1,241 pictures, WOW, and got some great video of the high school teams that is posted on www.GoTeamMagazine.com! Go Team Magazine is taking Team pictures now! If you have a league and are looking for a new photographer let us know, 812-5898676, We never charge to come out and take pictures and with every package purchased the parent gets a team picture FREE! Also, 10% of the proceeds go back into your organization. It’s an ongoing fundraiser that we’re calling GO TEAM GIVES BACK and it’s a great tool to boost your fundraising needs! If you would like a price sheet from us just email me at events@goteammagazine.com. If you own a business and would like to sponsor a photo shoot and show your support for your favorite team in the magazine please contact Bashar@news-4u.com

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SWONDER HOCKEY MINI-MITES

• February 20, 8:15am – 10:15am at Swonder Hockey Arena

UPWARD BASKETBALL AND CHEERLEADING MCC

• February 20, 9am – 11am

INDIANA MENS GYMNASTICS STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

• March 27 & 28, 2pm – 7pm at Bosse High School

GIRLS VARSITY TENNIS

• April 7, 4pm – 6pm at Wesselmans Tennis Courts

MIDDLE SCHOOL TRACK SOUTHEAST DISTRICT

• April 27, 3:45pm – 5:45pm at Harrison High School

CITY MIDDLE SCHOOL TRACK MEET

• May 12, 4pm – 6pm at Central High School

HAVE AN EVENT YOU WOULD LIKE FOR US TO COVER? Let us know at Editor@GoTeamMagazine.com!

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CONTENTS FEBRUARY - MARCH 2010 Publisher Business Manager

6 Put ‘em on Ice Swonder’s Annual Ice Show 10 Get the Spirit Cheer & Dance at Central 12 Get the Spirit II Middle Schoolers Bring the Pep 14 Westside Basketball Showdown Mater Dei vs. Reitz

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16 Halftime Show With Fusion Extreme 18 Too Much Coffee? No… Bouncing off the Walls – Literally 20 EBA Hoops Yellow vs. Gray 21 Small School Hoopsters St. Benedict vs. Evansville Day School 22 Small School Hoopsters II St. John’s vs. Evansville Christian

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23 Elementary Air Dexter vs. Caze Basketball 24 Girls on Court Plaza Park vs. Evans Middle School

Managing Editor

Dylan Gibbs editor@goteammagazine.com Contributors

Staci Reese Promotions Coordinator:

Casey McCoy events@goteammagazine.com Account Executives

Carolyn Cummings Keith LaCrosse Nick Doerter Web Programming

Jeff Lingis Production Supervisor

Amanda Smith art@news-4u.com Layout & Graphics

Jaqulyn Woolsey Photography

Mark McCoy

ON THE COVER THIS ISSUE Abbey Morrison Swonder Ice Show

26 Pick up the Split Young Bowlers in Action 30 The Fan’s Page A photo tribute to you – the fanatics in the stands

1 Letter from the Go Team Office/ Upcoming Go Team Photo Shoots

28 Schedule of Family Events

3 Coaches’ Corner

32 Coupons

Dunnigan Family YMCA’s Dan Mosby

Sharon Tindle sharon@news-4u.com

29 Brag Blog

4 Athlete of the Month Madison Kae Osborne

5 Core Essentials by Chic-Fil-A About Honor

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Coaches Corner GET YOUR HEAD IN THE GAME

Coach Dan Mosby with YMCA Dunnigan Family Branch

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his month, Go Team spoke with Dan Mosby with the Dunnigan Family Branch of the local YMCA. Here, he offers an insider’s view of life on the sidelines and in the locker room. GT: How did you get into coaching? DM: I played sports my entire life: golf; baseball; basketball. I went to IU, majoring in sports management and I worked at the Y up in Bloomington for a while. Just volunteering, working a little part time, coaching soccer and basketball helping out here and there. When I graduated I didn’t know where it was going to lead me, I came to Evansville and became the sports assistant here at the [Dunigan] YMCA, and helped organize and plan and coach all of the sports here. We have soccer, flag football, basketball and when the sports director Gary Niemeier left in September I took over and I have been sports director as of December. Involved coaching basketball and organizing all of our sports in that nature. I got into coaching because I have a love of the game and I really enjoy helping out the kids in the community, that’s really why I do what I do. What is your coaching philosophy? Especially here at the Y we want to teach fundamentals, that is the key for everything. We really try to stress to the kids that their not gonna learn to shoot a three pointer if you don’t know how to dribble the ball right or teach those important factors in the game. That’s really why I try to be very hands-on with the kids before I’m very worksey and try to confuse them more. How many years have you been a coach? I have been a coach for the past three to four years.

How would YOU select a coach? I would select a coach that is a figure head, respected by all the kids around him or players. Someone that is very instructional and demands respect and that everyone looks up to and really knows the game. What’s unique about you as a coach? I feel like I know the game and middle school aged kids can really look up to somebody my age because I’m not much older than they are right now. I’m only in my 20s and they can really see what I’ve done and where I’ve been. If I know the game I feel like I can teach them the game. How do you measure success? I would not measure [it] by wins and losses by any means. Success is how well you can teach someone else the game, how well they grasp the game, and how well they show that on the court. What is your Program Philosophy at the YMCA? Winning is definitely not first, we stress caring, honesty and responsibility here at the Y. Everyone plays, here we do a lot of financial assistance and we want to make sure that everyone has the opportunity to play, whether they can afford it or not. That is our philosophy here at the YMCA. Do you have any special tips or tricks you use? With the level that we coach it is very important to be patient with the kids and be very instructional with them and show them hands on and show them exactly what you want so they can reflect that on the court. What should be the priorities of an athlete? It’s learning the skills that are necessary for the sport, not necessarily going out there and wanting to score 50-60 points a game. Just focusing on fundamentals and the key to basketball or soccer or whatever that be, at an early age.

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2) HYDRATE I ask my players to listen first.

3) MENTALLY PREPRARE I ask my players to prepare yourself dribbling down the court and making that basket

4) TAKE A MOMENT TO I ask my players to think before you act, envision yourself before you make that pass or make that dribble. Envision yourself against the other team.

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Sponsored By:

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AWARDS?

4.0 GPA, Most sportsman-like conduct, perfect attendance since 5th grade.

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES (BESIDES SPORTS ARE YOU INVOLVED IN)? Yearbook staff, babysitting.

DO YOU BELONG TO ANY ORGANIZATIONS?

Northwoods Youth Group, SWISSA, Lorraine Swim Team.

WHAT IS THE BEST PART OF BEING ON A TEAM? Getting to know your teammates and accomplishing our goals together.

WHAT DO YOU DO MENTALLY AND PHYSICALLY TO PREPARE FOR A GAME OR COMPETITION?

GT: NAME?

MM: Madison Kae Osbourne

GRADE?

8th Grade at Washington Middle School

WHAT SPORTS DO YOU PLAY OR HAVE BEEN INVOLVED IN? Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball, Swim team and track.

FAVORITE SPORT TO PLAY? Soccer.

FAVORITE SPORT OR TEAM TO WATCH?

Warm up, get my body loose and put on my iPod to think about what I want to do to be successful in this game.

HOW DOES BEING INVOLVED IN SPORTS HELP YOU IN EVERY DAY LIFE? It helps me be able to interact with the people around me better and boosts my leadership abilities.

WHO IS YOUR ROLE MODEL? My family.

WHAT ARE YOUR FUTURE PLANS? To go to college and be a chemist and play soccer for that college.

Basketball.

//// BONUS Q & A’s with Washington Middle Schools Madison Osbourne Say goodbye to my dad and fall back asleep.

2) THING THAT HAS BEEN IN MY LOCKER THE LONGEST?

3) I’D LOVE TO COMPETE AGAINST? Mia Hamm.

4) FAVORITE PLAY LIST ON MY iPOD? ME MIx.

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1) FIRST THING I DO WHEN I WAKE UP?

I always forget my coat.

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Core Value of the Month: HONOR HONOR:

Letting someone know you see how valuable they are. Why is it important to teach kids about honor? Because every day we are given the opportunity to show those around us that we think they are valuable. We honor the people around us by showing respect and courtesy. Our body language, our words, our time and our actions all indicate who or what we value. Here are some specific ways we show honor at school: We honor those who came before us. When we remember the contributions of people who have contributed to our world, our country and even to our lives personally, we honor their memories. We honor authority. When we respect those in authority, we show that we honor not only the person, but also the position which they hold. We honor each other. Every day our actions and words communicate to those around who we consider valuable—and who we don’t, even if we don’t say a thing.

CATCH YOUR CHILD SHOWING HONOR Core Essentials believes that a key way to help your child internalize the character values being taught is to “catch” them demonstrating the value. Here are a few suggestions on how you can catch your child, and let him or her know you see them showing honor. • Your child treats others with kindness. • Your child is good at sharing. • Your child treats everyone equally. • Your child treats people of different ages like they are valuable. • Your child reaches out to kids who are new. These are just a few ways you can catch your child showing honor. The Core Essentials Program believes it takes an INWARD attitude to influence OUTWARD behavior. The Program is based on aligning the home and school to teach character. If you do catch your child showing honor, we would love to hear about it. Tell us what your child did in a note sent into the school, or an e-mail sent directly to his or her teacher. © 2009 Core Essentials, Inc. All rights reserved. www.coreessentials.org

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//// SWONDER ICE SHOW ////

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//// SWONDER ICE SHOW ////

Cami Gilman, Maddy Plough

MADI PLOUGH OF MARRS ELEMENTARY School is being whisked away by North High School’s own Cami Gilman. Courtney Caldwell, Brianna Linenburg

Madison Meese, Katia Travis

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//// SWONDER ICE SHOW ////

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Caroline Corino, Margaret Delp, Emma Johnson, Kellie Lambert, Grace McFadden, Kamryn Wright

BRYSON IS GOALIE for the pee wee thunder team and is here pictured going through the routine the boys practiced for the 2010 Swonder Ice Show. Bryson Linenburg

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Grace Meyer


//// SWONDER ICE SHOW //// Grace Grimm

Maria Bengert, Cori Meunier, Cathrine Niemeier, Christine Pham, Sarah Schultz, Christin Thompson

Kaelin Holm

Paige Godsey, Kaylie Pruiett

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Natalie Beckernick, Chase Braun, Jasmine Briscoe, Riley Browning, Ashley Fricke, Kaelin Holm Caitlin Mann February - March 2010

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//// HIGH SCHOOL CHEERLEADING EXHIBITION at Central ////


//// CHEERLEADING EXHIBITION at Central ////

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//// MIDDLE SCHOOL CHEER EXHIBITION at North ////

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//// MIDDLE SCHOOL CHEER EXHIBITION at North ////

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//// FRESHMAN BASKETBALL Mater Dei vs. Reitz ////

MATER DEI FRESHMAN (#40) TYLER WASH towers over (#23) Kameron Malone with an intense lay up, the Reitz freshman had no way of stopping.

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FRESHMAN BASKETBALL Mater Dei vs. Reitz ////

Cameron Liley (#33)

REITZ COACH, BEN HESTER, of the freshman boys team watches his team with concern as the half comes to a close.

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Javon Barnes (#4), Bryan Wolf (#30)

Nick Coudret (#22), Taylor Mathis (#13)

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//// FUSION EXTREME DANCE at the Harlem Globetrotters Halftime ////

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//// FUSION EXTREME DANCE at the Harlem Globetrotters Halftime ////

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//// MUNCHKINS & MOMMIES at Bouncing Off the Walls //// Drew Eckhart, Micah Luckett

Alex Rawlinson

Lila Yaeger

GIDEON GOEBEL ENJOYED THE INFLATABLE Cassidy Arney

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slide so much that he had to show mom, Janelle Goebel, how exciting it was to slide down. February - March 2010

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//// MUNCHKINS & MOMMIES ////

Addison McDonald

Hadassah Goebel

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//// EBA BASKETBALL Yellow vs. Gray ////

William Stevens

Cameron Brown

Ethan Deisher, Jordan Kanter, Josh Tidwell

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//// MIDDLE SCHOOL BASKETBALL St. Benedict vs. Evansville Day School //// Luke Alcock (#13), Joey Ballard (#11), Maurits Hondmann (#24)

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Rieser Wells (#23)

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MIDDLE SCHOOL BASKETBALL Evansville Christian School vs. St. Johns ////

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//// ELEMENTARY BASKETBALL Dexter vs. Caze ////

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MIDDLE SCHOOL BASKETBALL Plaza vs. Evans ////

Karlee Zilak (#4)

reaches in for the steal on Evans’ (#43) India Davis.

Tiara Smith

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PLAZA’S (#12) MARIESHA HENDRIX

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//// HIGH SCHOOL BOWLING at Franklin Lanes //// CENTRAL’S JACOB MUSSER winds up with what could be a strike… Is it? It looks good! It is! A strike for Jacob Musser!

John Gruber

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Collin Taylor

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//// HIGH SCHOOL BOWLING at Franklin Lanes ////

Ryan Durcholz

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Events

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It’s not all sports and competition all the time at Go Team. Here are several family-friendly events to pencil into your calendar:

Playhouse Disney Live! at The Centre February 27th at 3 p.m.

In this brand new live show, you’re invited to the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse as Mickey plans a spectacular music party for all his friends. The Little Einsteins set off on a musical mission around the world to find a song for the party - with the help of Rocket, of course! Pooh, Tigger and Darby spring into action to search for music in the Hundred Acre Wood, and Handy Manny and his team of tools find the perfect party beat. Laugh, sing and play along, ‘cause your favorite Playhouse Disney pals are live on stage, and you’re invited to join the party. Two shows at noon and 3 p.m. on February 27 at The Centre (812) 435-5550.

for Dance Education performing “A Tribute to Alvin Ailey: 50 Years of American Dance” and GlenwoodCulver Drum Line. Enjoy live performances; create artistic crafts with local community organizations; visit with African animals from Mesker Park Zoo; see “Follow the Drinking Gourd” in the Koch Planetarium; and view the exhibition “Art of Africa: Objects from the Collection of Warren Robbins.” Join in a celebration of our community’s rich and diverse culture. This admission-free event is being held in partnership with the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation. Event begins at 10 a.m. on February 20 at the Evansville African American Museum, Inc (812) 423-5188.

Southern Indiana Classic Half Marathon at the Vanderburgh 4-H Fairgrounds April 11

at the Evansville African American Museum February 20th at 10 a.m.

Registration is currently underway for the firstever Southern Indiana Classic Marathon and Half Marathon, which is not only a new event, but also serves as a qualifying run for the 2011 Boston Marathon. Both races of the SICM will be in and around the vicinity of the Vanderburgh 4-H Fairgrounds on April 11. Would-be participants are excited about this historic race, and next month’s issue will cover the event in greater detail. In the meantime, more information can be found at sicmarathon.com; if you have specific questions, send an email to info@ sicmarathon.com.

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15th Annual Kid’s Artfest - Celebrate Black History Month!


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Brag Blog

Madison K. Osbourne – Age 14 Basketball, Soccer, Volleyball & Swimming – Washington Middle School

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missed a day of school for the past four years (perfect attendance at school is very hard to come by). She plays a flute in the middle school band and is very involved with her church. She loves to babysit, too. -- McKayla M. Osbourne

Matt Ryan – age 17 Diving – Castle High School

Matt is a three-year varsity diver. He has competed at the state meet and hopes to return to the state meet this year. Last year he couldn’t compete in the sectional/state meet because of a transfer in high schools. -- Lynn Zwilling

Madison is an all around awesome kid. She is very athletic and does well at anything she plays. She encourages her team mates and leads her team. She has a 4.0 grade point average and has not

Kyle Issacs – age 18 Basketball – Reitz Memorial High

[He’s a] good team player, helps out in his community and school, dedicated! -- Paige Goergen

Evansville Christian School – Basketball

Congratulations to the ECS 5th/6th grade girls for winning their league championship (Memorial feeder league). Their record speaks for itself. The comments from parents/students of other teams speak even more clearly about the girl’s attitudes and sportsmanship. -- Kim Barker

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