Its boring to go into the gym, do dribbling drills, shoot and have to get your own rebound just so you can go get another shot up. Nobody's in the crowd to cheer you on, nor to motivate you, it's just simply a will that you have inside that makes you find some kind of enjoyment out of putting in countless hours hard work in now, in effort to achieve a greatness later, that's not even guaranteed! That's a special kind of dedication. That dedication and results on the court is why Claymont's Bailey Eddleman is this weeks athlete of the week.
To achieve greatness it not only takes a certain level of physical ability but there is a definite mental discipline and most importantly a confidence that drives great athletes. New Philadelphia 2016 graduate Daniel Boron has those unique qualities and has goals of getting to the Olympics in Taekwondo.
The New Philadelphia Lady Quakers validated their #3 Division II ranking with a 62-55 victory over Magnificat last Monday. That was the Lady Quakers' third win against a Division I opponent on a neutral floor this season.