Sportsmanship is pleasant to see.

First visit to Goa and first thing i was worried about was my accomodation but soon getting into the flat..only thing came in to my mind was this is it..nothing better to start of my trip. Well equipped flat with all necessities in place...timely service at hand..perfect location .. Spacious..felt happy retuning to the flat late nights...feel like home..here..

Blossom Valley Athletic League Sportsmanship Policy

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The responsibility of the athletes for sportsmanship is second in importance only to the coach. Because athletes are admired and respected, they exert a great deal of influence over the actions and behavior of the spectators.
The athletes should:
A. Accept seriously the responsibility and privilege of representing the school and community.
B. Treat opponents with the respect that is due them as guests and fellow competitors.
C. Shake hands with opponents and wish them good luck before the contest.
D. Offer assistance during a break in game action to an opponent who has fallen.
E. Exercise self-control at all times, accepting coaches’ and officials’ decisions and abiding by them.
F. Respect the judgment of the officials and their interpretations of the rules. Never argue or make gestures indicating dislike for a decision.
G. Allow the captain to be only team member to communicate with the officials regarding the clarification of a ruling.
H. Accept both victory and defeat with pride and compassion; never be boastful or bitter.
I. Congratulate the opponents in a sincere manner following either victory or defeat.
J. Cooperate with the coach and fellow athletes in trying to promote sportsmanship.
K. Welcome the opportunity to discuss the rules and strategies of the contest with parents and friends, so they can better understand and appreciate the finer points of the game.
L. Never taunt an opponent or celebrate an accomplishment in such a way as to ?show up? the opponent, demonstrate a lack of respect, or provoke another team or its spectators.

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Most friendly and helpful staff ever, so lovely and great first impression of hotel. Fortunately everything about the hotel was exceptional, good. It was clean, stylish, roomy with excellent. Room itself was well equipped and comfortable. I could go on but suffice it to say I was very pleased with my stay, and although short and sweet this time, I hope to be back for a longer visit in the future.

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2018 NJCDCA State Championship Order of Appearance

Throughout your competitive season, starting in September 2017 through February 18, 2018, your team will accumulate points to be eligible to compete in the “Group Cheer Off” at the NJCDCA State High School Cheerleading Championships at .

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teams who have qualified for the

A mandatory coaches meeting will take place at David Brearley High School on Tuesday, February 6, 2018 OR Howell High School, Farmingdale at 405 Squankum-Yellowbrook Road Farmingdale, NJ 07727 on Thursday, February 15, 2018 at 6:30PM.

Tie- Colonia & John F Kennedy Memorial

Tie- Burlington Twp & Parsippany Hills

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