This fall was not our typical busy sports season—one usually full of soccer games and cross country meets. However, the Wolfhounds did find ways to safely compete and stay active by participating in soccer clinics and cross country training. The soccer clinics were designed to aid players and teams in their skills and development. The clinic is an all-encompassing session that focuses on training and developing the complete player. There is a heavy emphasis on individual attacking and defending, while incorporating different techniques for each situation. We want players to be strong on the ball, confident with both feet, and creative with their techniques. The cross country clinic is a space to nurture young runners so that they first and foremost love the activity. We hope to foster a love of running and teach athletes that it is an activity that can benefit each and every one of them for decades. This fall, Wolfhound runners ran the 1.1-mile German Embassy loop. Many runners are now completing this loop four times. Go, Wolfhounds!
Wolfhounds Continue to Thrive On and Off the Field!
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