14 National Wins First Tournament of the Season!
Congratulations to 14 National on winning the first tournament of the season! We know it’ll be the first of many!
The Skyline Athletic Group was formed out of the passion of coaching talented and devoted athletes. The Skyline staff makes it a good habit to continually talk about effective coaching, sports, competition and proper execution to improve their athletes. Skyline takes pride in the enormous progress that their athletes have made in the past and present. The goal of Skyline Athletic Group is to be consistent and ever improving for the future.
It is Skyline’s philosophy that our younger players discover the importance of enjoying an activity. We work to bind both enjoyment and personal accomplishment in sports. At Skyline, we are diligent in teaching and demonstrating the basic fundamentals that are building blocks to more advanced skills as our athletes grow older. Skyline has a proven progression timeline to help achieve individual and team goals year after year. We believe that at a young age, children should not be locked into a position or a role due to the current state in their physical growth. Most organizations may see a tall child and immediately slot them in what normally is a position for tall players. However, at Skyline, we ensure that our young athletes perform all skills, having the opportunity to try all positions. This mode of self-discovery can open up great opportunities, including enjoyment (and excitement) for up-and-coming athletes.
Last year, we ended our second season of club with 13 tournament wins. Produced by 8 teams. Every team garnered a victory. This year, our goal is to nurture a culture of competitive greatness for each team, through hard work, clear goals and consistency in precise execution. Change is progress.
The path is set for our future players. With top-down direction coming from our Master Coach, growth through consistency at all levels will be executed. Continuous improvement strategies will be performed on all coaches and players to make sure individual goals are met. This will require the most desire to improve and change from everyone in the club.