Athlete of the Month

The Terrace Standard is asking for submissions for the next edition of the Athlete of the Month.

The Terrace Standard is asking for submissions for the next edition of the Athlete of the Month.

We’re looking for someone who shows true dedication to the sport, puts in that extra effort during and after practices, trains hard and most importantly, shows true passion and love for what he/she does.

This person doesn’t necessarily have to be the best player on the team or an all-star, simply a true athlete with a strong commitment to what he/she does.

If you know someone that fits that bill, please send in your reason why you think he/she should be recognized as the Athlete of the Month in 50 words or less.

Please include your name and number and at least one other contact, either a coach or a fellow athlete. We will not accept self-nominations.

The deadline for submissions is February 16 by 4 p.m.

The selected athlete will be featured in our last issue of the month. Please send to:

sports@terracestandard.com

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