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Nebo Student Athletic Captains Learn Sportsmanship this Spring

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Nebo student athletic leaders from junior high and high schools gathered for a Spring Captain’s Academy at the Nebo School District Office. Mr. Troy Bohling, Coordinator of School Services, welcomed all these students and athletic directors from thirteen schools.

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These team leaders were selected by their peers and/or their coaches as leaders on their respective teams. Team captains of track and field, baseball, golf, tennis, soccer and softball teams from each secondary school in the district gathered for motivation and collaboration regarding sportsmanship and leadership.

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The first presenter was Suzanne Walton with UV LiVe Well. Students learned many aspects of how to live well.

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Nebo’s own Dave McKee, Principal at Spanish Fork High and former football player for BYU, discussed the importance of sportsmanship and what it takes to be a winning team.

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Junior High participants in Nebo School District’s Captain’s Academy.
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Braxten Nielson, PRCA Rodeo winner, discussed leadership and gave a captivating presentation on his life and making a comeback from being injured. The student captains were spellbound by his story.

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Nebo School District thanks these fine community leaders for their guidance of these athlete captains and extend a special thanks to Troy Bohling for facilitating the Captain’s Academy.

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