J.D. Mayo has been coaching basketball for 44 years, so when he moved to Joshua, it was the start of another adventure. Full Story: http://usatodayhss.com/2015/texas-coaching-legend-thinking-a-win-at-a-time-in-joshua
A short documentary tribute to a coach’s career giving a true glimpse of the incredible impact he’s made over the last 4 decades. Coach Sutterfield has mentored over 20,000 students and 10,000 athletes during the course of his 34 year career. He has spent 28 of those years teaching and coaching in Highland Park, Texas before his retirement in May 2013.
As a “Luv Ya Blue” fan since I can remember, I thought I had seen it all. I was wrong. This world premiere opera celebrates the improbable life of Bum Phillips, a National Football League legend and American icon. Inspired by Phillips’ motivational skills and homespun principles, this epic portrait of Bum Phillips pushes the […]
HammerThrow.org was founded in the late 1990s by 1956 Olympic gold medalist Harold Connolly. After retiring from a long career, Connolly used Hammerthrow.org as a tool in his quest to introduce the hammer throw to a new generation of throwers. The site is now maintained by the non-profit Evergreen Athletic Fund and its president, Swiss […]
The National Throws Coaches Association (NTCA) is an organization dedicated to promoting the throwing events at all levels of instruction and competition. Founded in 2002 the NTCA has become the largest organization of its kind in the world. Based in Palm Desert, California, the NTCA works tirelessly as an advocate for throwing event coaches and athletes […]
Youth Football Coaches Association welcomes Pop Warner, AYF, PAL, and Park & Recreation coaches and leagues to use its resources to support the core fundamentals for teaching youth football. Membership to the Youth Football Coaches Association is FREE and open to any and all participants within the youth football community.
The National Wrestling Coaches Association, established in 1928, is a professional organization dedicated to serve and provide leadership for the advancement of all levels of the sport of wrestling with primary emphasis on scholastic and collegiate wrestling programs. The membership embraces all people who are interested in amateur wrestling. The NWCA, through its organizational structure, […]
The American Hockey Coaches Association was formed in May of 1947 in Boston, MA, by a handful of college coaches concerned about the game they loved. It has grown to include professional, junior, high school, and youth hockey coaches, as well as referees, administrators, sales representatives, journalists, and fans. It is open to men and […]
The Texas High School Coaches Association was formally organized on November 28, 1930 with twenty-eight members and was called the Texas High School Football Coaches Association. The first big step for THSCA was in 1933, when the organization sponsored the first coaching school held in San Antonio and had 65 coaches in attendance. In 1935, […]