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Days 21 & 22 – Who Do I Want To Be?

Day 21 April 3 3 weeks.  Not really a milestone I wanted to celebrate.  Took it easy from the aerobic exercise today, but the day wasn’t a total loss.  Coach Klein, Plant Manager Kurt Scheffler, and custodian Brian Sheehan, and I took on the daunting task of getting 2 high jump pits and the pole

Thank you, Flame Family!

   Baseball seniors got a sign put up in their yard by the Flames as a gesture to lift their spirits.  What a thoughtful idea!! On behalf of the senior baseball players and the NPHS Athletic Department, Thank You!

CIF Commissioner’s Message Regarding Spring Sports

Panthers, As we fully expected, the various sections of CIF agreed to announce the cancellation of the spring season.  Please click on the following link, which also includes information on Academic Eligibility Playing for outside teams Sit Out Periods Participation Hardship waiver Summer Dead Period Commissioner’s Message 10 – April 3 2020   Sincerely, Michael

Day 20 – Back in the Saddle

Day 20 April 2 Heck Yeah!  15 miles round trip from home to NP & back home.  Felt good to get back in the saddle again.  I didn’t break any land speed records today (the yellow jersey was purchased, not earned!), but was very pleased with my performance.  We passed out Chromebooks to families from our

Day 19 – Prepping for a New Adventure

Day 19 April 1 I had planned to ride my bike to work today, but forgot to pull it out yesterday.   Had a horrid night’s sleep last night.  Was pretty grumpy most of the day, and decided not to work out today.  However, I prepared my bike for my ride to work tomorrow.  It’s been several years

Day 18 – Why practice?

Day 18 March 31  As usual, I jogged the flats and uphills, walk the downhills 2.64  miles.  11.45 pace.  Surprised my pace was that fast.  I felt like I was really struggling today.  The struggle was real!  But I persevered through it all, thus the smile on my face in the picture to the left. 

NCAA Grants Spring Sports Athletes an Extra Year of Eligibility

Senior to Freshman athletes:  This decision just may affect you.  Read how and why:  

Day 17 – Mindset: One of the Few Things I can Control

Day 17 March 30 Oops, forgot to take a pic this morning.  Jog/walk 2.61  miles.  11.55 pace.  Got out at daybreak again today.  It was just me and a few of the early risers driving to work this morning.  Not a whole lot of strength in my legs (today is the day after the day

Day 16 – Setbacks Bring Possibilities

Day 16 March 29 Went on a 4 mile brisk walk with the wifey this afternoon.  I knew my legs wouldn’t have much pep in them for a good run due to the 2 days of previous “hill work” I had done.  Just like yesterday, time to diversify and do something a little different.  It was

Day 15 – Diversify Your Portfolio (of Experiences)

Day 15 March 28 Hike 1.4 miles.  Hundreds of times I’ve driven by that trail on Hillcrest between Westlake and Skyline that goes straight up the side of a hill in the Hillcrest Open Space Reserve.  I woke up before sunrise and thought that would be a great morning hike for some crazy reason, and tackled that beast!  I