All Blog Posts Tagged 'sportsmanship' (3)

Adults Behaving Badly

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Unfortunately, we hear on the news all the time about parents full-out losing their shit on the sidelines of their kids' sporting events.  A bad call can somehow turn supposed "adults" into the biggest meatheads on the planet.  It's both despicable and embarrassing. And I thought I'd seen some pretty horrific behavior…

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Added by Jennifer Marshall on January 23, 2014 at 10:50am — No Comments

Act Like An Adult, Not Like An Idiot

If you have a kid in any kind of organized sport, then you've most likely witnessed some pretty awful sportsmanship at one time or another.  It's bad enough when it's another kid displaying the rotten behavior, but when it's an adult?  Well, that's just the lowest of the low.  And this past weekend I had the misfortune of observing THE most jack asinine…

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Added by Jennifer Marshall on June 6, 2012 at 5:23pm — No Comments

Are You the Soccer Mom From H-E-(Double Hockey Sticks)?!?!

Much has been said about the over-zealousness of the sport parent. We parents on the sidelines know who they are....we may even BE one--- the screamer or the ref-abuser or the self-appointed-folding-chair-coach. Sometimes it's hard to know if we've stepped over the line. Here's a suggestion for the sports parent who thinks she might be over-the-top!! http://tinyurl.com/SoccerMomPlay. Click over and leave a comment. I'd love to hear about your sports… Continue

Added by Gina L. Carroll on July 1, 2009 at 5:05pm — No Comments

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