The team consists of elementary students starting in fourth grade all the way up to 12th grade seniors in high school. The teams are divided into elementary, middle, and high school teams and they all must train differently because of their age and ability. At this point in time, however, all three teams are forced to practice at the same place and at the same time because of space issues. The amount of space and coaching as of right now for the Arrow-Cat team is not sufficiently adequate for the amount of kids who participate and for simply how good they all really are.
“We are wide open for ideas,” said Cofield, “the board has Matt Ladd looking for space and they seem to be doing what they can. We tried to have different practices for the different levels but there was just no space. All grades practice together but you just do not teach them the same. I would like there to be three head coaches, on for each level, and around three assistants for each of them”.
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