I have fully recovered from being hit in the head and have been back in the lineup, though I wish I could start more. At this level however, it's about playing hard when your number is called and hope things work out. The results haven't been what I would hope for every day, but even the manager has told me the little things like hustle don't go unnoticed. My first game back from the injury was one of those every player wants to forget. It was just one of those days where nothing went right. It was hard and depressing even though I hadn't played in three weeks, but I learned from it and all I could do was bounce back. Everything happens for a reason and I knew God was testing me to see how I would react. It was an awesome lesson to be able to learn from in my first year here.
Coach Rock, Carol, and Bret came up for a game last week so that was exciting, but unfortunately I wasn't in the lineup that night! We had some good talks about the team this next season, and it's going to be exciting. It was also a little sad to realize I won't be a part of that team. I'm excited to go visit and hopefully help out though. Coach Rock also informed me that Ethan (Gross) asked to be No. 2 after last season too. I was shocked by that and it's an honor for little things like that to happen. Who better to wear it than "Always Steady" anyways? Once again, thanks for reading and God Bless! Jeremiah 29:11Go Tigers Go! Beat the Bulldogs on September 1st!