Basketball is a great game, and somewhere between the wins, losses and madness of March, there are lessons to be learned by players, parents and refs alike. Here is Whit Honea learning his.
Leagues have their hearts in the right place to demand decorum from spectators, but I haven’t seen the “don’t” rules work.
Remind your kids that it is OK to get upset after losing, but they must leave that loss in the past — and so must their parents.
A child’s schedule can fill up quickly. How do you decide which activities make the cut?
Two recent studies revealed, in part, what common sense should tell us: When it comes to youth sports, Parent, you need to chill!
Nothing puts a halt to your fears that your child is growing up too fast like watching him play an organized sport.