don`t over-coach! - AASCA LINCOLN SCHOOL

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don`t over-coach! - AASCA LINCOLN SCHOOL
WELCOME
The Lincoln School community is pleased to welcome
you to the first AASCA Middle School Sportsmanship
Festival. This Festival is an opportunity for students
of the Central America region to come together and
share a weekend of friendly competition.
It is our hope that this inaugural festival serves to
motivate student athletes from each member institution
to participate in athletics and take part in the quality of
AASCA events as they progress throughout their high
school careers.
In addition to encouraging participation in four major
sports and in building friendships, we expect that the Festival will promote
sportsmanship and allow us to demonstrate and build character.
Competition teaches us how to win and lose and how to follow rules and play
fair. The famous UCLA basketball coach and winner of ten NCAA National
Championships, John Wooden, described proper athletic participation as “being
a good sport whether when you win or you lose. Not whining, complaining or
making excuses”.
This advice combined with treating each opponent with respect are lessons
that if learned at a young age will bring out the best in each of us and lead to
lifelong success. This weekend it is my hope that we all model and share Coach
Wooden´s wise words. Let´s take advantage of this wonderful event to help
instill these characteristics in our student athletes.
Finally, I want to thank Vic Caban, Lincoln School Athletic Director, and all of
the AASCA AD´s for their vision and commitment to all student athletes.
Have a great weekend!
Robert Rinaldo
Director General
WELCOME
ITINERARY
Dear AASCA Athletes, Coaches and Supporters:
Greetings from Lincoln School and Costa Rica!
WEDNESDAY MARCH 9TH
It is a great pleasure to welcome you to the AASCA Middle
School sportmanship festival, after much preparation to
make this a memorable event, one that will provide you with
the opportunity to develop team values, endurance, and
friendships with fellow students from the region.
Arrival of delegations to San Jose, Costa Rica
For us at Lincoln School, it is an honor to be hosts, and we
wish to thank the people involved in organizing this festival for
their commitment and enthusiasm.
Inauguration Ceremony
Have an enjoyable time!
Iris Prada-Mora
Secondary School Principal
Dinner, Ice Breaker and Coaches Meeting
THURSDAY MARCH 10TH
60 meters sprint qualifiers
Boys: Soccer
Girls: Volleyball
FRIDAY MARCH 11TH
Dear AASCA Athletes, Coaches and Supporters:
It is my great pleasure to welcome everyone to the first ever
AASCA Middle School Sportsmanship Festival. Lincoln is
honored to be able to host all of the visiting teams, their
coaches and their supporters for this new AASCA event.
The AASCA Middle School Sportsmanship Festival is
an opportunity not only for students to compete in a
high quality event against a variety of teams, but also an
opportunity to get to meet fellow students from around
the region. It is important to remember that this festival is
about Sportsmanship; therefore I hope that all participants
can appreciate this event for the opportunity it provides to
develop grit, determination, team values, grace in defeat
and true friendship through sport. In this way, everyone can benefit and everyone wins.
I wish all teams well and hope that participants, on and off the field, have an enjoyable and
successful time here in Costa Rica and at Lincoln School.
3K race
Boys: Basketball
Girls: Soccer
SATURDAY MARCH 12TH
60 meters sprint finals
Boys: Volleyball
Girls: Basketball
Closing Ceremony and Dinner
SUNDAY MARCH 13TH
Vic Caban
Athletic Director
Depar ture of all delegations
Marian Baker
School
Lincoln School
Costa Rica
Name
Grade Level
Name
Costa Rica
Grade Level
Name
Grade Level
Name
Grade Level
Montserrat Beirute
8
Ignacio Cháves
8
Piero Feoli
6
Clara Cardona
6
Giuliana Ortega
8
Daniel Gutiérrez
8
Raúl Gurdián
6
Ella Hampton
6
John Lucas
8
Enrique Macaya
6
Gloriana Montero
6
William Acon
8
Gabriel Alvarado
7
María Pía Pardo
6
Alberto Bravo
8
David Barona
7
Luciana Bolaños
7
Tomás Sánchez
8
7
7
7
Alexander Chamberlain
Lara Guardia
Antonio Lacle
Julián Doninelli
7
Elisa Leiva
7
Edgar Osorio
7
Isabella Pérez
7
Miranda Quirce
7
Roberto Elizondo
8
Ariana Gougani
8
Emiliano Fumero
8
Eleni Gougani
8
Ariel Granera
8
Libby Hampton
8
Kristine Heigold
8
Valeria Schuschner
8
Lucía Villalobos
8
Mariana Quesada
8
Cristina Castro
8
María Alejandra Pardo
8
María Alexandra Morillo
8
Jimena Pereira
8
Federico Pinto
7
Denali Cabán
7
Antonio Font
7
Estefano Boraschi
7
Piero Boraschi
7
Antonio Ferraro
6
Bradley Jiménez
8
Karina Jenkins
Luciana Fonseca
7
7
Miranda Roman
7
Fernanda Gutiérrez
7
Jimena Ortíz
6
Christian Winstead
6
Mariano Jiménez
8
Jimena Ramírez
6
Marco González
6
Juan Antonio Pardo
8
Emma Borchgrevink
6
Federico Johanning
6
Joshua Ward
8
Name
American School
of Tegucigalpa
Country Day
School
Honduras
Costa Rica
Grade Level
Name
Grade Level
Name
Grade Level
Name
Grade Level
Vanessa Retes
6
Mark Gernat
6
Guillermo Carranza
8
Camille Aubert
6
Fiona Obando
6
Diego Vijil
6
Felipe Carvajal
6
Teleya Blunt
6
Natalia Nasser
6
Jorge Francisco Salomón
6
Diego Díaz
6
Elixa Allison Clausen
8
Natalia Simón
7
Jose Alfredo Castillo
6
Tomás Echandi
8
Perla de Bedout
7
Ana María Retes
7
Luis Carlos Zelaya
6
Mathew Fitch
8
Alexa Guedez
7
Natalia Rodríguez
7
Gabriel Gutiérrez
7
Emilio García
7
María Elena Leizaola
7
Valentina Roig
7
Dagoberto Hode Ynestroza
7
Jose María Hernández
8
Cecilia Muecke
7
Cristina Larios
7
Federico Breve
7
Ruben Oosterwijk
7
Eva Ortega
8
Lucía Torres
8
Luis Armando Velásquez
8
Nicolas Passuello
8
Antonella Papaianni
7
Carolina Agurcia
8
Alex Bendeck
8
Nicolas Peterson
7
Isabella Peterson
7
Carmen Futch corzo
8
Matthew Gernat
8
Santiago Quintero
7
Valerie Ravinovich
8
Yarah Massad
8
Jose Rafael Rivera
8
Santiago Ramírez
7
Rebecca Sesin
8
Ana Mercedes Bueso
8
David Ham
8
Esteban Villegas
6
Camila Tafur
6
Vivian Urrutia
8
Juan Diego Sorto
8
Alexander Whitelaw
8
Tarah Tait
6
Luisa Velásquez
8
Jorge Samir
8
Jose Antonio Tous
8
Camila Garza
8
American
International
School
Escuela
Internacional
Sampedrana
Costa Rica
Honduras
Name
Grade Level
Name
Grade Level
Viviana Rivera
6
Christian Hawit
6
Renata Aguilár
6
Andres Nasser
6
Arielle Rosenthal
6
Marco Discua
6
Angela Antonella Lopez
6
Julián Arriaga
6
Ana Paola Canahuati
6
Santiago Blanco
7
Jessie Calix
6
Mario Reyes
7
Gustavo Batista
8
Nicolás Kafati
7
Felipe Barrantes
6
Farid Kattum
8
Alberto Rubio
7
Yalil Yacaman
8
Kenneth Zhen
7
Efrén Ortiz
7
Diego Hawit
8
Mateo Salom
7
Nelson Paguada
8
Julián Carmona
6
Gabriel Francisco
8
Miguel Loría
6
Jabez Sterling
7
Jose Armando Sequeira
6
Jacob Finn
8
Jorge Eduardo Soto
8
Vivian Kattan
7
Valeria Rodríguez
7
Yeidi Yuja
7
Mariana Canahuati
7
Jennifer Sabillon
8
Nicole Ustariz
8
Nayat Yacaman
8
David Raudales
8
Name
Grade Level
Name
Colegio Americano
de Guatemala
American School of
El Salvador
Guatemala
El Salvador
Name
Grade Level
Grade Level
Juan Diego Sarg
8
Sunbeom Lee
8
Sang Won Kim Sin
7
6
Franco Sluman
Valeria Leal
7
Marila Corletto
Name
Grade Level
Name
Grade Level
Pablo Cristiani
6
Fabiola Artana
6
Herbert De Sola
6
Sabrina Cohen
6
8
Francisco Escalante
7
Kylie Brooke Thompson
6
Giuseppe Ceschia
8
Raul Miguel
7
Adriana Magaña
7
6
Raúl André Molina
7
Paolo Camilot
7
Alexia Goodall
7
Anika Valenzuela
7
Mario Leal
7
Juan Fernando Hurtado
7
Rebeca Magaña
7
Alyssa Briana
8
Diego Alejos
6
Tomás Cristiani
8
Alexia Robertson
8
Inés Abrahamsson
7
Thomas Quirin
6
Seong Min
8
Ana Daniela Licea
8
Rodrigo Meza
8
Andrea Poma
8
Ricardo Quiñónez
8
Isabella Pleitez
8
Marcelo González
8
Diego Iglesias
8
Kelly Anne Thompson
8
Alejandro Menjivar
8
María Cristina Almeida
8
Alejandra López
7
María José Escobedo
7
Ana Victoria Aycinena
Sofía García
7
Mariana Valencia
7
Ana Cecilia Rivera
6
Ana Priscilla Peralta
8
Andrea Duarte
Sebastián Alvarado
Alan Cohen
6
7
Nicolás Lantzendorffer
8
7
Jose Manuel Luengo
8
Katty Park
7
Pablo Mora
7
Valeria Castro
7
Cristian Castillo
8
Colegio Maya
Colegio San Agustín
Nicaragua
Guatemala
Name
Name
Name
Grade Level
Grade Level
Grade Level
Alexis Bernal
7
Alex Brown
8
David Calderon
6
Julian Carrion
8
Mariano Carrion
6
Emmanuel De Leon
6
Zack Denburg
7
Gui Hasselmman
6
Jae Young Lim
7
Sang Jun Lee
7
Sae Hyun Park
8
Marco Amador
8
Ariana Aguerri
6
Arturo Arana
7
Karla Alarcón
8
Gerardo Argüello
7
Amelia Alemán
6
Juan Ignacio Cabrales
8
Daniela Amador
6
Juan Esteban Castillo
6
Ana Gabriela Bendaña
8
Roger Conrado
7
Sofía Hueck
6
Felipe Graham
7
Mariana Castillo
6
Daniel López
8
Adriana De la Calle
6
Andrés Mántica
6
Marcela Molina
7
Sang Eon Park
8
Alejandro Parada
6
Nicole Peralta
8
Alejandro Vega
8
Leonel Palacio
8
Isabella Robelo
6
Luis Carlo Rivas
6
Andres Vega
6
Karla Rosales
7
Álvaro Rocha
6
6
7
8
Martina Schutze
Kerry Yoon
Juan Lorenzo Schutze
Ramiro José Velásquez
7
Mariel Soto
8
International
School of Panama
Humboldt
Schule
Panamá
Name
Grade Level
Costa Rica
Name
Grade Level
Name
Grade Level
José Andrés Solís
6
Lukas Linner
6
Mathias von Saalfeld
6
Josue Ocampo
7
Mathias Freiwald
7
Patrick Bansbach
7
Cristian Knohr
7
Diego Muñoz
7
Fabián Fernández
7
Viggo Steinvorth
8
Christian Vargas
8
Alejandro Alape
8
8
Erick Holmann
8
Mariana Rodríguez
8
Martín Guerrero
8
Alexandra Arauz
8
José Pablo Álvarez
8
Emilie Corfitsen
6
Susana Mora
6
Maud Zwaenepoel
6
Camila Villalta
6
Pietra Zanfelice
6
Lia Patterson
6
Valentino Astolfi
6
Daniela Mateus
7
Gavriel Barlevi
6
Sofía Tautiva
7
Diego Ríos
6
Alejandra Tautiva
7
Ronni Agmoni
7
Luciana Castillo
7
Ana Sofia Tarazona
7
Jimena Villalta
7
Lais Suassuna Villarreal
7
María Antonia Cediel
7
Adel Yaafar
7
Ana Gabriela León
7
Io Thomas Binder
7
Sofía Tanner
8
Oscar Lagravere
7
María Paz Vargas
8
Sebastián Martínez
7
Katja Dufner
María Fernanda Caceres
8
Agustina Ripoll
8
Alexa Tabash
8
5 TIPS TO BOOST
KIDS’ CONFIDENCE
IN
1
SPO RTS
SITIV
O
P
Y
A
T
S
E !
Don’t point out mistakes or losses.
Stay away from the subject of avoiding mistakes from previous games. Say, “Have
fun! I know you’ll do your best!”
2
THEIR BEST IS ENOUGH!
Convey that you love and appreciate your athletes no matter how they perform.
Sometimes, kids feel that in order to feel loved and appreciated, they need to
perform well all the time.
3
-COA
R
E
V
O
T
’
N
DO
CH!
Don’t over-coach your athlete or over-analyze your child’s state of mind or past
performances. Less is better before a game. Keep your comments brief, supportive
and positive.
4
N O E X P E TAT I O N S !
Be careful of saying things like, “I want you to score four goals today!” Or, “I know
you can beat her to the finish line.” This puts negative pressure on young athletes.
5
N!
KEEP IT FU
Focus on ensuring your children have fun. Keep it light. Remind
them about the people or events that make sports fun for them.
Kids just want to have fun!
OUR SPECIAL
THANKS
TO
BARRIO SOCORRO, SAN MIGUÉL, SANTO DOMINGO DE HEREDIA, COSTA RICA.
PHONE (506) 2247-6600