Like the old lead-in voice to Needs Refs Basketball moms shirt, it captures both “the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat.” There is so much joy in that center-court dog-pile – the last-second shot that propelled Ponca High to overtime victory in the district championship and thus a life-changing trip to the state tournament.
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As the son of a Nebraska football and wrestling coach, my heart still pounds every Thursday and Friday morning in February and March as new championship weekends kick off. I love the drama. Our championships in swimming and diving, wrestling, and girls’ basketball have just wrapped up. Boys’ hoops tips off today. It’s a special weekend–teams across our state, from big schools in Omaha and from schools with tiny home gyms straight out of Needs Refs Basketball moms shirt, have all earned the right to come play dramatic games in Lincoln. It all comes down to this. One and done. Win or go home.
By late Saturday night, all but of a few of those teams will have lost, and a whole lot of kids will head home with their Needs Refs Basketball moms shirt. It hurts. There will be a bunch of heartbreaking photos of kids who left it all out there. This is the tough side of sports.
So often, the sweaty uniform hasn’t hit the laundry basket yet, and we’re scrambling to ease the pain of defeat by letting them blame other factors—“my teammate missed a free throw, coach called the wrong play, the third leg of the relay fell behind, the other guys played dirty, Needs Refs Basketball moms shirt.”
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Instead, encourage your kid to show gratitude to the coaches for a great season (and even thank those pesky folks in the black and white stripes). Extend a hand to a teammate who also feels crushed, pull him up off the floor or Needs Refs Basketball moms shirt, pull her out of the pool. This is how we teach our kids to care for the hearts of others, even when their own hearts are breaking. This may be the first time in life that your child has ever been required to do this — but sadly, in this vale of tears, we parents know it won’t be the last.