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From Athletic Director
The 3 Minute Challenge
1st Minute - "BE GRATEFUL" To make sure we are in the correct frame of mind for any challenge, we must start by remembering, we are one of the most blessed and fortunate people in the world. We have a bed, we have a home, we have a pillow and we have breath!
CHALLENGE: Every morning spend 1 minute listing all the things you are grateful for in your life. This can be people, things, your faith, your friends, etc. You see, it is impossible to be cynical and grateful at the same time. It is impossible to have self pity and be grateful at the same time. Force yourself to hunt the good stuff in life, and do it as soon as you open your eyes to remind you of how good you have it on old planet earth.
2nd Minute - "LISTEN TO THE LEARNING" As Coach Wooden said "It's what you learn after you know it all, that separates the average leaders from the elite ones." What did you learn from yesterday? Each day try to learn one new thing, anything, and then apply it to your life.
CHALLENGE: As you come ino the 2nd minute, shift your thoughts to yesterday and simply replay your day in your mind. As you watch the previous day's movie in your mind, look for and find at least one thing you learned from your life experience that you can take forward to today and perhaps the rest of your life. This can be as small as something technical with your phone or as large as "never interrupt people if you want to be a great listener." Remember, you are either growing or you are dying....demand a growth mindset of yoursef.
3rd Minute - "GET A SNIPER FOCUS" Attitude is everything and recent research even supports how optimism is crucial to individual and team success. You are the developer and implementer of your thoughts and attitude everyday. Attitude is your #1 controller, however our ability to let negative thoughts in and to believe them is a problem we all deal with daily. If we are not intentional about choosing to think helpful and productive thoughts, we will put outselves in a mental dungeon and we will not maximize our own potential.
CHALLENGE: In the final minute, take a look at and think about what you have to do today. Ask yourself. "What type of attitude do I need to have to make sure I am at my best in all these situations?" See if you can narrow your focus to just one or two words that you can carry with you throughout the day. For example, if I have some potentially volatile meetings or I have to deal with some difficult people today, you might choose words like, "Breath, Be Easy going". Be comfortable being uncomfortable. Be practive not reactive and dominatge the controllable of attitude, with a sniper focus each morning.
YOU CHOOSE YOUR ATITUDE AND THOUGHTS
GO BIG RED !!!
Phil Owens, Knox Athletic Director
IHSAA Student Athletic Tip of the Week
Zak Keefer of the Indy Star wrote about NFL legend Peyton Manning and how he spent part of his off season every summer working on basic fundamentals with his Brother Eli, under his former college quarterback coach.
Peyton was quoted as saying "Don't think you ever got it all figured out, because the little things matter. And if you ever think the little things don't matter, and you can brush those aside, I promise you in whatever you are doing, your game's going to slip."
So the next time you spend a big part of your practice working on fundamentals, or your coach encourages you to do so in the off season, recoginze the importance. Manning did so for his entire career!
The volleyball team defeated South Central: 25-19, 25-17, 25-23
The JV volleyball team lost to South Central: 2-1
The volleyball team defeated Kankakee Valley: 25-16, 25-18, 25-23
The JV volleyball team defeated Kankakee Valley: 25-23, 25-24, 15-10
The volleyball team lost to Lowell, Michigan City, and Pioneer at the Marquette Tourney
The team did defeated Hast
The volleyball team lost to Morgan Township: 0-3
The JV volleyball team lost to Morgan Township: 0-2
Both the varsity and JV volleyball teams lost to Plymouth
The volleyball team lost to Triton: 3-1
The JV volleyball team defeated Triton: 2-0
The volleyball team lost to Pioneer: 3-0
The volleyball team defeated Oregon Davis: 25-12, 25-19, 25-11
The JV volleyball team defeated Oregon Davis: 25-18, 25-16
At the Triton Tourney:
Knox defeated South Bend Career Academy: 25-20,25-14
Knox lost to John Glenn: 25-20, 25-9
Knox defeated Culver: 25-11, 25-14
The volleyball team lost to Logansport:17-25, 17-25, 21-25
The volleyball team defeated West Central: 25-17, 25-23. 25-15
The volleyball team defeated Culver: 25-8, 25-11, 25-7
The volleyball team lost to New Prairie
The volleyball team lost to Washington Township: 23-25, 19-25, 25-22, 19-25
The volleyball team defeated Caston: 25-20, 25-15, 25-23
The volleyball team lost to John Glenn: 13-25, 18-25, 18-25
The volleyball team lost to Culver Academy: 13-25, 10-25, 23-25
The volleyball team lost to LaVille: 16-25, 24-26, 9-25
The volleyball team lost to North Judson: 25-21, 16-25, 22-25
The volleyball team defeated Winamac in the first round of sectionals: 15-25, 25-27, 25-18, 25-19, 25-7
The volleyball team lost in the 2nd round of sectionals to North Judson: 25-22, 25-20, 25-23