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"cheyenne high school" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

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"cheyenne high school" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

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06:36 min | 2 years ago

"cheyenne high school" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Get discovery benefits and discovery benefits dot com check out more at their website well Matt time for our sea ice block see I sport player of the game we have a lot of guys to choose for since you are my guest I'll let you do the honors who is your C. I. sport player of the game yeah I say we got to go with you now just for what he was able to do on the ground yet twelve carries for eighty yards with and he also had that reception touchdown for forty six yards really open up the game so he was gonna do it both on the ground and through the through the air and what a season he has had he's leaves the EDC and rushing then even though he didn't have a huge game on the ground he did a little bit of everything and he had some big plays as well in the receiving game so our C. I. sport player of the game is the Rico pending three can handle this yes for player of the game and that's let's wrap it up here from west Fargo shiny and high school so shiny and the number one seed Fargo south though the number four seed why yes Sir the Cheyennes proven and throughout the year they start off strong there are really only one slip up for the season was when there without the quarterback and traveled to Shanley that game actually surprised me quite a bit I thought it was gonna be lower scoring game because the most thing defense at that time had only given up fourteen points all year so I thought is going to be a bit tighter of a match up there but Shanley was able to pull out of forty two to twenty win over the Mustangs but other than that Cheyenne has looked pretty good this whole season fourteen points allowed in the first four games of the season six points allowed against west Fargo had a shutout against central and then give up twenty six against Davies but were able to pick up thirty five twenty six wins so ends and it's been pretty successful year and EDC regular season title for the most things I believe it's their first time get the number one seed and getting the the east title so pretty exciting time for for them in Cheyenne the number one number two is Davies though and they got a big big win over Shanley and a heartbreaking loss for Schenley they really have had a great season but because they lost also a very tough loss against not only west Fargo but against south they are eliminated and you look at Shanley all of their losses were by three points or less I think yeah it's been it's been I I'd say it's the obvious is devastating to miss the playoffs but I mean I would still say it's been a successful year for for family to be able to go six and three system fortune the way the season is broken down in the eighty SI that a six and three team doesn't make the playoffs but being able to move up from two way into into three a I know for myself I didn't think that they'd be able to do what they've done again some of these teams and like it just shows testament to kind of the program that they've built then yeah just unfortunate for the deacons that their could be six and three and now playoffs and now use you said west Fargo shiny and will be at home next week but the other side of the of the coin here size Fargo south into look like for a large portion of that fourth quarter in second half that they would be going home tonight but they have another chance they're on the road and this is a cell team that has plenty of playmakers you talk about Siebel Monna Enoch guys like la high then and at times on defense they actually look pretty good and in the ground game at times but they have a huge huge match up on the road a century a big test and they have a lot of guys who are seniors and that'll be important for them after a game like this to really play with everything on the road this marked next week yeah that's definitely a a tough task and that's something many people see see a victory for self but funds that locker room but leave the coaches believe the players believe anything can happen in the in the state tournament so yeah if you wanna just recap some some teens that's here so was Fargo Cheyenne they had fifty seven carries on the night for two hundred thirty eight yards and two touchdowns they're passing was five for seven hundred thirty yards and two touchdowns only had one pass attempts in the second half which they didn't need and of that hundred thirty yards three receptions go to tear heart for seventy seven yards must things ran and passed for twenty first downs on the night while holding Farkle self through seven of thirteen passing seventy five yards as well as eighteen rushes for ninety six yards and farther south only got five first downs and that all came in the second half on the other side good have good pretty good game at foreseeable mon Enoch he was able to make some big some big runs bless flown one a couple nice really nice catches in the game even though they weren't for big yards of Fargo south in in the second half for at the end of that second quarter started a fine life bill let's see how they do on the road at century if they can stay in that game and but we'll have some more high school football next week as well Friday night don't exactly have a game for you yet but we will have a call probably right here in Fargo between either west Fargo Cheyenne or the Davies eagles we'll see what game we have there and remember on Monday night we have more high school volleyball Fargo North travels to Oak Grove so that will be a great one there and remember flies for Saturday tomorrow we're talking NDSU bison football talking a lot of high school sports as well and talk a little Vikings as well they've won for spring so this is been Alice physical with map has like scenes so long from west Fargo Cheyenne high school the final score forty two fourteen Cheyenne gets the win they are back to back EDC each year for the first time Fargo south yes the last but they're still in the playoffs.

"cheyenne high school" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"cheyenne high school" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"At the end of the half still seventeen seconds left here in this first half man yeah I'd passing game certainly opened up for the rooms there on that drive as you noted we had the the screen Pasco for thirty two yards and then on the next play I had a twenty two yard strike down to the one yard line and from first and goal at the one two second and goal from the three where they got the rushing touchdown to at least get some points on the board and into the half and remember sea ice for halftime show coming up next see I support number one in corporate collegian high school apparel sea ice for delivers brands you love competitive pricing and fast turnaround time work harder play harder in cheer louder in style with the I. sport follow them on Facebook taste since it for south kicks it squibs it across the thirty yard line in Cheyenne just pounces on at the thirty from right to left just seventeen seconds left to play in the first twenty eight straight points for Cheyenne but then south gets on the board in a big reason was their passing yeah nine plays sixty one yard touchdown drive their capped off by the three yard rush just under three minutes on the on the clock or Israel for when they took over on Marshall right on the field to seventeen seconds here must things just fall on the ball here on the kick off I imagine they're going to just take a knee and had the locker room with twenty eight seven lead and deep in the backfield Rico Panyu with two receiving touchdowns in this first half in grant working scene takes any and that is the end of the first half here at west Fargo Cheyenne high school our score on the horn Waechter scoreboard twenty eight to seven the lead over Cheyenne Alice bins Acala alongside Matt pets Nick R. C. I. sport halftime show is now on the air Matt what's your impressions of that first half now if your German Newton head coach for the Mustang and you got to be very pleased with the way your team is performed that came into the game looking like it should be a slug fest those with the five and one must things against foreign to Bruhns last game of the regular season playoff implications on the line and yeah I got to be super happy you if your Newton and the team and in the locker room up twenty eight zero so far the Mustangs have had for Dr all four resulted in touchdowns open up the night tonight with a twenty play eighty yard touchdown drive capped off with a touchdown pass that drive eight up eight minutes and eighteen seconds Fargo south their first drive in suing drive three plays eight yards point west Fargo Cheyenne taking their second drive of the game when seven plays seventy four yards cap that one off with a rushing touchdown three minutes and twelve seconds on the clock on that one Bruce took over with their second drive of the game and again three now just one yard before the point and it was a blocked punt at that so Westboro took over on the eighteen yard line on the Bruins and in just five plays were able to put together a a touchdown capped by the rushing touchdown in just two minutes third driver south was more of the same another three and out five yards result in upon and then the fourth drive for the Mustangs this time seven plays sixty five yards capped off by that long touchdown pass through P. now for forty eight yards got the most things up twenty eight to zero and then finally got some life from the far south Bruhns on offense as they're the put together and nine plays sixty one yard touchdown drive here to cap off the end of the half and set up a big play by the screen pass to Enoch for thirty two yards and right back to the error on the next play for twenty two yards past scene to Kevin hardy down to the one yard line so at the half twenty eight to seven the lead for the Cheyenne Mustangs.

"cheyenne high school" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

13:08 min | 2 years ago

"cheyenne high school" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Slips out in the in the lobby there slips of paper. Give your thoughts on what subjects are what information you like to your disgust at next year's forms as well when we get together back in the fall. So without I'll turn it over to our first panelists Heather car in Lorraine Albrecht. Okay. Good evening. My name is Lorraine Albright. And I am a school counselor. This is my thirteenth year ten years at Elham entry, and I'm currently at west Fargo high school finishing up my third year there. So I'm not gonna lie when I was approached to do this into a little bit of a panic because I was like we're going to sum up what we do is we'll counselors in a short amount of time. And for those of you that know me 'cause I see a lot of millions faces I'm relatively chatty. So I was panicking. But then it was clarifies going to be my line. Oh, sorry. Then it was clarified. Like, what do we do in the school as counselors to help support students mental health needs again kind of a lot to sum up. But there's just some clarification that I think some people kind of get confused with clinical, mental health counseling and the services that we've provided schools as school counselors, so overall with school counseling, we have three domains that we really cover so academic achievement and personal social which is kind of where that mental health piece would fall and then career which obviously all of those domains like a little bit different at all levels and having had the opportunity to be at elementary, and now high school some of it actually kind of looks the same in terms of of personal social stuff. So it was kind of thinking, and I don't know about you guys. Maybe like, I'm just older or clearly can't remember, I don't know. But I was thinking. About like, mice will experience and my school counselor. And honestly like I can't even remember if I had one at elementary middle school. I know her name only because she was classmates mom, and then high school, I don't even think I ever even saw my counselor ever couldn't couldn't even tell you what their name was. So when we think about what do we do in terms of helping support students in connecting with them, the slide that was up here that was kind of powerful to me with the life jacket, and that preventative piece, and then the more reactive piece so school counselors now try to do the more proactive and preventative so the visibility like quad stately being out there. I would assume or I hope that if you asked most students in our district they're going to know the name of their counselor. I saw actually both in elementary and middle school person that were here earlier. And so one of the things that that we do as counselors. At all levels is just that visibility piece in constantly being in classrooms being out exposing like talking to students greeting them in the hallways. In the cafeteria in the comments all of those things at elementary. It's a lot of classroom guidance. So the social emotional piece, and I was fortunate enough that got to spend the smart this morning with our keynote speaker, and then the afternoon we were able to kind of talk about how are we continuing to build social emotional learning k twelve up I feel like it's pretty prevalent in the elementary because our counselors do a lot of work at the elementary in terms of social emotional learning. So those things look like the emotion management that we were talking about problem solving those types of things so there's a lot of being in the classroom at elementary middle school high school we're in the classrooms as well. Doing some of the social emotional stuff. But then that's when the career in academic, maybe a little bit. Heavier. But we're fortunate enough that we work in a district that this is all very supported and so trying to continue to push into classrooms to support that social emotional learning. A lot of that's the psycho education talking about anxiety stress emotion management at middle school high school the counselors a lot of times pair with health teachers in the health curriculum because they hit a lot of mental health topics social emotional stuff. And we pair with them. West Fargo high school, and I know Shan to just doing some depression awareness and symptoms and signs those types of things. So I think the key thing for us right now is the preventative in proactive, so that's kind of where our role indirectly with students is being in the classrooms and those types of things. And then I don't know if people are super familiar, but at elementary, it's typically one counselor to on average five hundred students at grade six through twelve we're fortunate to have like three twenty five to one. So typically, our caseloads are we have three hundred twenty five students to one of us. So therefore, we know that we can't totally be out there and have is on all of our students all of the time. So that's where staff education comes in. I know the slides were up here a little bit about the trauma piece in that. Students are kids that constantly feel that the tiger. That fight flight reaction in response. So in our district, I believe every K twelve counselor is trained in trauma, sensitive schools and most of us if not all of us are trainers. And so what that means is that we have trained all of our staff in our buildings. So our entire district. So teachers para professionals bus staff kitchen staff are all trained in trauma sensitive schools. So essentially what that means is what is trauma. What does it look like what what do we expect from kids? And how do we react and respond to best support our students? I was also fortunate enough at the beginning of this year to do some additional training with our kitchen staff district wide, and it's actually been really amazing. Some of the responses that we've gotten from kitchen staff and how they're reacting and responding and just thinking this the perspective taking of looking at things different. Then some other things that we do in terms of mental health support at west Fargo high school, we do QPR training. It's question persuade refer. And I know they do similar things at other buildings in our district, and what that is like just suicide awareness and prevention for all staff, and that's an annual thing as well. So that's kind of preventive and proactive side of things which is obviously where we wanna be as head of things. However, we know that that's not always the case. So in terms of like kind of reactive or or crisis response if you will as school counselor sometimes. It's just a single individual meeting with a student, and then sometimes it it is weekly appointments with students which would be typically it's four to six weeks or four to six times. Again, remember the the ratio. So we can't it's not an ongoing therapy session. If you will it's brief like in and out solution focused like we're kind of problem solving. And again, we have some resources in our district, which is amazing that we have rape and abuse crisis center that comes into our schools, and so we can refer there if it's a behavior thing that's impeding with learner learning. We can refer to our special Ed department, and then we also currently have an in school, therapists. That's coming a couple hours, that's kind of a new thing. So that's in terms of in school, and how we can collaborate with those people if we see that. Just sheer capacity our students need something more. And then this is where Heather comes in. And so that's kind of the in-school piece. But what we what we think about is. How can we wrap our students in our families? And so that's where she kind of comes in as where if we see students that need a little bit more services and support outside of our school and kind of bridging that gap between school and community. It's you all right. That's very nice. And I think you made it in five minutes, and I seriously wanted to put in here if she can't make it in five I really can't. So I'm gonna try to get as much as I had in this the short period of time. But like Lorraine said my name is car. I'm a social worker here at west Fargo public schools. Currently I serve all secondary buildings. So I work with west Fargo high school Cheyenne high school community high school and then liberty middle school and Cheney middle school as well. So. I'm gonna talk to you about two different things tonight again, but five minutes, I'm going to provide a very brief general overview of what school social workers do and what we do here in our district. And then I'm going to discuss more specifically my role as student while this specific later, what what I do in the district and how I support students in meeting their mental health needs. So. I may know cards. I don't know why. But I did so okay. Currently we have eight social workers located throughout the district. Okay. So like, I said I work at secondary. But we have them throughout the district serving as early as pre K so preschool, I couldn't that word preschool through twelfth grade. And also our transition academy has access to students are social workers if needed in general. Social workers support students from all varying target populations by providing wraparound services. So what does wraparound services mean we social workers use that term very loosely, but I just wanna make sure that everybody knows what that means. It's kinda general Jeb over rich for us. But what it means as meeting students and families where they are at a dental needs from that point. And then providing continual support so essentially social workers like lowering kind of touched on and our district provide a link between school, home and community k. I told you it was brief so moving onto my specific role. Is student wellness facilitator, I did not know this, but they did touch on it on the podcast. They talked about how my position was originally brought into the district. This is the second year it's existed. It was originally brought in by an organization called imagine thriving their community nonprofit that believes in. Pudding student one less facilitators in our school or social workers in our schools to work with students that have been identified as maybe needing additional mental health support helping them reach get those needs met. And then also looking at barriers, and what are barriers for students to getting the help that they might be needing so students come to me, by way over Ferral from people like Lorraine school counselors school administrators or school psychologists, again their students have been identified by people like Lorraine is. Okay. We've maybe done those four to six sessions that you've talked about and student is still needing some more support or some outside. Support are still struggling if they come by way of school administrator. It's usually a student who. Mental health need is maybe turned into more of a behavioral needs. So we're disrupting the classroom are making choices or resulting in maybe consequences in the school. And then school psychologists, again, those are going to be those special Ed students that maybe just need some of those wraparound services that we talked about that continually meeting their needs and needing those community resources. So that's how students come to me. When I meet with students. The first thing I do is I call parents I call meet with student. We talk about what are your mental health needs. What are your mental health goals? And what are the barriers for you that you see to getting them? The main barriers is e having done this job. Now for two years is finances lack of insurance and transportation. So this is where imagine thriving comes in then very helpful. Again. They were originally brought in to do just..

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"cheyenne high school" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

07:56 min | 2 years ago

"cheyenne high school" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"This is something that Beth slutty the superintendent of west Fargo public schools told me earlier this morning one in five students. One in five students in our school system. Have a mental health issue. Only. Twenty five percent of them are getting help for it. Wow. Which is why they're having this mental health forum on Wednesday nights, six forty five and they've done an incredible job of tackling these forms on student's success on things like you know, what? We know the statistics. And how many kids are sending inappropriate text to each other photos, and it's a high percentage. Do you? Parents know, what your students are doing. Same thing on drug use. Opioid crisis spent some really good work, you know, to social media. Issues in general and this week mental health six forty five Cheyenne. High school. Take that in pretty alarming stats there. All right. Let's go the phones anything on your mind here. Bob and west hope, what's on your mind. Oh, God up. Little I don't know. It was a problem, but what state in in India, nited states has the most to Seidel problem. The state in the US with the highest amount of suicides. I don't know the answer to that knows. He said Friday and Saturday on his show. He do North Dakota Todd knows everything. So if he said it true. I don't know about that. But yeah, it was in the news. Head what what was the highest percentage of suicides period? In the last just in the last five years. That's a very very sad stat to here. Yeah. Especially when we call ourselves to the peace Garden State. Well, how do you? Connect those dots that people should have peace. Well, I would guess let's make it our no at peace clearly taken the whole. No, no. Yeah. The whole peace garden thing. I think is obviously, you know, we all spent more time there. We're not gonna we're not gonna play. We're not gonna take on Canada. Right. Where we're going to love not war. But we're we're talking about a different piece. We're talking about an earpiece we're talking about. Yeah. And go back to go. Go back to the stat. I just said one in five students have a mental health issue. Only twenty five percent of getting health for help for it. So those. I've got one little three-tier. You've got to treat Easter treat. I got a treat for all radio listening land. Oh. Beautiful. Pantley? Those of you listening to Bob is a long standing tradition of fire radio and puts on little pot and pan concert every now, and then did you have an Easter performance those sound that beautiful? No, I didn't. But we had other performances we put on a few of very good, whatever we. I spent my time in man Banorte Goethe did. I went down to see my daughter. My her kids. What? Easter time. Right. So Bob, I'm gonna go back to the question on North Dakota being tops and suicides. If you could pick one thing that would fix that one thing that would lower that number. What would it be? It's what Trump has been working on for the last been in office. Get them to get that wall up. Keep the rip rap out. Well, I think the wall needs go up. I don't know how that helps suicide though. Well that way. Yeah. Well, I think maybe mostly out in the western fire state. They're buying stuff. They can't make the payments or whatever. I don't know. Maybe they fell in love with another gale or other guy or not supposed to. Sure. Be a number of things. Well, of course, could you bet I think in my mind if I had to say, what's number one. It's the crisis of the heart. I think that people aren't getting the help they need when you hear students one in five mental health issues, but only a quarter of those are getting help for it. That's that's the problem. That is a problem. I know that whenever one of these high profile cases come up people talk about. Too many drugs being thrown at the problem. Right. Just take this pill take that pill take this pill. And and you'll feel better. Sometimes it makes it worse. Sometimes it makes it better. So is that it I don't know. That's a sad statistic. No doubt about it. And I think we're spending a little time saying what do you do about it? What would make that better? I think also in addition to a crisis of the heart that we clearly have in this country. I think also I would add. The breakdown of the family. There's and this probably is something that if we had to look at other places versus here, we're probably doing better than most. But you know. The traditional family unit. Where there are two. Parents raising two kids is the best place to catch something's wrong with my son or daughter something's not right. We're a brother assist that connected family member that can say, and obviously it's not always. Possible. I get that. I'm not demeaning in any way, single parent families or. Because that's just life it happens. But there are less of the traditional family unit. There. Maybe that'd be an answer. Right now. It is what it is. And you just got to look for it. And make sure people know there's ways to get help. Gerry Grand Forks your next time. What's on your mind? God, you know, you guys are looking for the answer is two words Jesus Christ. You pick a bible you pray? Or savior in? God is that that's the answer. I one hundred percent agree with Gary. I don't think there's any about that sort of taking that for granted that that. But certainly someone troubled could turn to their faith and ask for the help necessary to get through that trial and family members. See a loved one struggling could do the same and turn it over because we know we know very clearly that with God all things are possible. I think there's the practical things you can do with your face. They help other people. But certainly you raise a good point, Gary, thanks for stating the obvious today. Okay. Texter says, I think boils down to basics on the suicide issue the breakdown of family the breakdown of the schools, no discipline. There's no structure anymore in life. Like us to be just my thoughts. Welcome. You.

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"cheyenne high school" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

07:07 min | 2 years ago

"cheyenne high school" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Partner with Westpac wealth partners in the studio today. Jared Clark partner with Clark law group. Jared. Thank you for being with us, sir. Thank you for having me. So same was always, right. It's songs oldest time. He me a little bit of background Jared on obviously Clark law group gives it away in the title who you are partner. Means you run in the place. It's also the Clark law group. You are Jared Clark. This is true. So you're you're the big man in charge before we get into that. Give me a little bit of background, man. Like kind of who you are where you came from. How you came to be doing what it is that you're doing. All right. So I'm one of the few Vegas natives here actually had a decent run arrays natives on the show the show is Las Vegas money resource. We've been fortunate to have a number of natives so somebody that they look at me like I'm some type of extraterrestrial. So I'm glad that you know, there's a lot of folks from Las Vegas here. We'll have to have like a party of all of our guys that are born and raised inveigle where you grew up here. That grew up kind of deep in north Las Vegas Mojave is a hobby. Mojave? So I went to Cheyenne high school arriver arrive we're off to a bad start. I was made the joke. I say Cheyenne highschool get kind of some weird looks and I always follow it up with. I made it out. Shanghai's some great people. I love. Yes. Mojave opened up my senior year high school, but they actually split sessions with us in the same school. So we went to school in the morning at Cheyenne Mojave went to school at Cheyenne in the afternoons, my senior year ninety seven than the school itself actually opened fall of ninety seven. Okay. That was just a couple of years before. Here that I'm a little bit older than you so asthma hobby, then what what happened from there. So from there. My story was a little interesting. I left high school probably about two to three weeks early. I had a scholarship out in fort valley state university. It's a small rural town filled with dead armadillos about every half mile and then country, forty five minutes, south of Atlanta. But our graduate provide some context of where where it was because I don't think anybody. No, no, no, I don't even think for valley knows. But I was there for a summer and their program was three years there for math degree, then you go to a partnership school for two years for engineering degree. So some of the partner schools was Texas A&_M actually UNLV I believe Georgia Tech was one of them where you do the second two years. There are the ladder two years there and for your engineering degree and at the time petroleum engineer. And so I was there for summer. I was miserable in fort valley state. I'm a city boy as you. Went up, even though you got a scholarship, I our count our counselor, and it was attractive. It was a full rise was all you see is free, and we know tuition with expensive at the time. And you got the pressure from your parents saying, hey, you know, take these dollars reach out, you're like, wait a second four valley state. Whereas that even at made, Indiana, they didn't even they didn't have to leave their I literally would call every month just miserable. But I had I started there like I said, I let two weeks early from high school. It's out there for the summer. And then I left there August to go to university. As oughta enrolled in a pre pharmacy prophet. You're there you're just miserable. You gotta go that was in and out and they're like sit around bay, my mom sit around baby. You know? It's the summertime there's not a whole lot of people. They are wait for the fall, and it come and I'm like, you guys don't understand valley state. I'm sitting. You're at four state in Georgia. And then you said I need to be in a city an upgrade for you at that point was Tucson, Arizona. It was more university though, that to thought I couldn't imagine living in two sided no disrespect to my to my Tucson, folks. But that was a dream squad wanted to go to school gripe one day. I just always the wildcat. I mean, you had Jefferson basketball program. I mean, they have a rich history. And it was close to home. Yes. Okay. So how did you end up making the move? So you're you're at four valley ST Engineering major I still apply to several other schools kind of just as a as a a safety net. I got in. But I couldn't stay in the dorm. So I feel like I missed out a little bit on experience because it was so last minute. So I had to get an apartment, but department were like dorms. Yeah. The most part where only the students stayed and stuff when you switch you which you a pharmacy major. I think I caught you say, yes. Why this which I've always was fascinated by science. So that was my first love. I again, four value was more adjust. It's a four it's a four is. So let me explored and check it out, but I've always loved science. So my undergrad is in biology actually, every attorney now exactly so engineering that and then to pharmacy at you. And then for your at you obey you make this why the transition from engineering that you were still back back back in the sciences. Why transition to pharmacy? Life sciences was always better than the other scientists far as I was concerned, you know, to to to know that there's a bacteria or something same here, you need a microscope. It's fascinating. Right. It's it's almost maybe not right. You know? So I was there, but they have the number one pharmacy school in the nation, Tom, and that's when a pharmacist were in high demand. They were getting a lot of good bonuses start now. So we did that route. And I was working at a firm out here Benton Brito to maker better off and on. It's been eleven years now left to go on my own about a year and a half ago, but they convinced me to go from the preform Assy to the low. Oh. It's a big mess. I follow. So you're working for them. Or what were you doing for them? It was like. At eighteen years old. So I was just doing what I was deposited checks their runner now became a file clerk illegal assist summers. Yes. Winter breaks. Okay. So you're coming back in the summer, you work. They've been around forever to billboards. So you're working for them and say, hey, you know, pharmacy things bit overrated go to law school. Yes. Makes a ton more sense. Okay. So you got some outside influence resistant to that. I obviously it's a big leap from what you were what you were originally doing. Well, I I was but the interesting part I mean, there are an exclusively person injury practices. Wale. So I kinda got mixed both things that I like so work, and I really enjoyed learning and practicing low an and obviously we do a personal injury. So a lot about the body, and anatomy and different medical conditions. So as a way for me to kind of tie them both together. So it wasn't as as difficult as you might think it was a it was an easier. Transition. Correct. Going to law school Thomas Jefferson school along San Diego. Yes. Thomas Jefferson is like Thomas Jefferson was the Boyne school of law before we had a boy school of west coast. Everybody from Vegas before UNLV had a had a law school, everyone ended up at Thomas Jefferson got a bunch of my buddies who who went there as well. You're actually the second Thomas Jefferson along to be on the show. My good friend, Jack Buchanan. Shouts out to Jack. Exactly you're in town went to TJ as well. We'll be back with Jared Clark partner with the Clark law.

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"cheyenne high school" Discussed on Leadership Looks Like Podcast

Leadership Looks Like Podcast

10:42 min | 2 years ago

"cheyenne high school" Discussed on Leadership Looks Like Podcast

"I think it was just different from the social aspect because you know, they didn't always like the same things or like the same things is them. And you know, I was kinda used to just be really rough and around the guys in just kind of be like, you know, it is what it is. I would say it was a little bit. There is more tears for sure. I was just like what's happening here. This physicality is definitely different. And if you watch any sport now on this the motion side of the like the game. Like, I was like kind of lacking. I think is a is a girl. I mean, I was usually the one that everybody was like oh watch out for her. She's the girl, but then I was just like hurting people and they relied. Oh my gosh. She's so run. Just like, well, this is just basketball or the girls will be like kinda like I don't wanna say soft, but a little more like tenure, you know, in the in certain areas, like like if I was like super competitive, or whatever, you know, I could be a little bit aggressive you need to relax, and I'll be like this is basketball. Growing up is hard anyways, right, regardless if you're playing ball or not it's trying to navigate all the different personalities, and our own self growing up about definitely understood that at some point I was going to not be able to the boys anymore, but still, you know, maintaining, you know, at least the practice Tom that had within moves very beneficial for me, just like athletically. Yeah. Who did you look up to as a middle schooler? Yeah. I think my sister, my older sister. She plays. She was at the sport athlete. You know, Shanta Cheyenne high school, she played we'll her favourite was volleyball. She ran track and then she played basketball, which wasn't her best. But she liked it as well. And I mean, I looked up to her. I just you know, she did. She was a good student and twos. Like, a pretty good three sport athlete like play varsity as a sophomore the freshman in. As a freshman for for volleyball and track and in at sophomore for basketball's. It was cool like to see that. She was pretty good and their teammates. And he just looked up to her and tried to emulate what she was doing for a while. And then, you know, the WMBA coming around and like ninety seven and I was like well like, yeah. That's what I wanna do. And I started watching all those girls playing against each other or women planning us each other in a professional league here in the states. And you know, it's like, man. That's just amazing. Yeah. Yeah. So we're going to fast forward a little bit. And you know, the trends the journey that you've gotta take to really pursue a career in professional sports. So you played at UNLV. And then you play you as we mentioned earlier you played overseas. You also played here in Las Vegas for the aces. The WNBA. You know, just generally speaking. What is it like to say, you know, what I I want to go play in the WNBA? And and the WNBA is not that big the Las Vegas aces, a new organization or is a new team within that organization. Just chilies be what is that like kind of sacrifices? Do you have to make in and? How did you really pursue that career and maintain it? Yeah. I I think it's different for everybody for me personally like some women. They know right off the bat like. I don't know like candidates or like, I'm gonna WNBA for sure. Like, that's what I'm gonna do. But I think for some of us they play like mid majors. Universities or whatever. Like, it's kind of developed as time goes on you see Kana how good you are. Or how not leave you are. And you make a decision from there. You know? And mines was kinda like senior year has some agents reached out to me. And I was like, wow. This is could become a reality to play professionally like when you were in college. Yeah. After season is over. Yeah. And then, you know, some during the season like there were tournaments and things that we will go to in college out CW me scouts at the games or or agents scout players that they want it. So it was like, well like think maybe they're watching me or you know, other kids team. But if I have a good showing they may like, hey, who's that like I could make this a reality for myself. So the process is is definitely is like difficult because there are lots of jobs like you said in the WGN there's only twelve teams in twelve roster spots available. When each team. So it's not like every good college player gets to go play in the WNBA, which is I would say the highest level of basketball. But you know, you do get the opportunity for a few more teams in countries that have women's basketball player overseas. So it's good to you know, can, you know, make a career out of it. And I just kinda maintain the longevity. I would say by just saying relevant. You know, stay in shape. Like, you never know when you're gonna call and there's going to be times where you don't have the job that you want to have like a team offering uterit- money or whatever. And you just saying ready staying relevant, and, you know, believe in yourself and your ability. That's probably what I would say. Yeah. How do you? Stay relevant in shape. If you are you let's say you're waiting for a roster. Spot open or waiting for that phone call. Yeah. You'll how are you staying in shape? Do you have to do that on your own? Yeah. Yeah. For sure you have to you know, treat it like a job when you're not getting paid. You know, like, it wouldn't be different from when you're doing something, you know, a passion that you have yours. If is like nonprofit for you like are working with kids, or whatever you treated like something that you do really love and that you're getting paid for it every day. So for me, you know, when I wasn't in positions where I wanted to be like, I was still doing my six AM workouts? I was waking up knowledge running or eating ride or working out. Whatever dislike is gonna come. So I had to put this positive energy out there. Because when it happens I need to be ready to not be in a position where I'm going to take a step backwards. How can you keep yourself at a certain level if you're working out on your own? So here, here's like, for example. If you're only go if you're going after a job, and it could be any job for you. It's it's a professional athlete, and they're only a certain number of jobs available, and there's only a small amount of people that e that can even perform at that level. You'll how do you stay at that level when you really just have to count on yourself. Well, for when I say, I work on on your own. I don't mean by myself, you know, how trainers in people that I would go work out with and they would see you know, where my weak points were. And we we really really focus on those like, you know, if I had a strength trainer, or you know, conditioning coach I'll make sure that you know, have different program with him. And then on court person who's studying me in like looking at what I'm not good at. So we can you know, just do that. Like repetition like all the time doing it. But definitely holding yourself to a standard. I mean, no one can tell you how to run like, you know, if you're running harder. You know, if you're not, you know, so just like that. But I would definitely have people help me out but also play like in leagues and stuff here with guys like to kind of stay in game shape because it's definitely hard to do that. Like, you can't you can work out all you want. There's nothing like even game shape. Yeah. Definitely. Yeah. And so we've talked about a lot about the physical side of things. But there's also that mental side. I mean, you are you're you're getting the last minute phone calls. You're not sure if you're even going to be picked up by team. You're not sure where you're going to be in Europe or where you're gonna go from week to week. And there's that volatile side of sports, and you know, somebody who worked in corporate America. It's it's it's comparable. I don't. I don't think it's necessarily the same. But there is that pressure. And you know, you have to do a lot of work mentally to keep yourself prepared. So wh what types of things do you do to keep side you and jape RT will number one. I just make sure that I don't get I control what I can control. So don't think about our try not to think about because it's definitely harder than saying it, but China's and think about what you can't control. You know, what's in my control is me waking up every morning. Having a positive mind as attitude to what in thinking about my goal or would I wanna get so mentally for me? I sometimes try to trick myself and put myself in that situation at every practice like I'm imagining that, you know, this is my w meet workout or whatever when I'm going in the gym at my trainer. So that I'm on that level, mentally and then. I would say, you know, I try to do things like when I'm stressed or filling in upset about the situation. Digits have a hobby or or something to for your mind, you know, go and hang out and do like one of my hobbies is fishing sowed, gut really up to like like me with my dad or Saint yours or whatever. And I'm like fish with him, and you know. Conor release stress or you do yoga or whatever say fishing is a first on this podcast fishing for sure. And hey, we live in Las Vegas. Yeah. Where are you wouldn't expect to hear that new? No. Everybody's sought shocked wanna say that, you know, fishermen woman. I the first time you stepped on the court as a dummy NBA player. What was that like, well a surreal? No. And in Houston in two thousand eight was like. Twenty one I think at the time, and I was just like man like, I was undrafted free agent. So even making the team for me was like well, but when the game came in it was like you are actually on this team. Here's your jersey in the locker. I was like man that was felt incredibly blessed to be there being at arena of a women that that play professionally. Yeah. And how do you tune the crowd out when you're playing?

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"cheyenne high school" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"cheyenne high school" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The intersection of fort Apache in mall avenue Las Vegas. Metro captain. Nick free says the area does have a lot of kids walking around in it and drivers need to be more aware. We have a park we have a school. We have wet and wild. So I think it's important for drivers just to know their surroundings and be defensive drivers both victims were taken to area hospitals where one passed away the second child received injuries to their leg and foot the driver remained on the scene in past all sobriety tests. Several people were injured in a shooting in north Las Vegas, Monday evening, north Las Vegas. Police say that shooting took place near priest elementary school in Cheyenne high school and San Miguel avenue we say, none of the injuries appear to be life threatening. They did not say what led to that shooting Nevada? Lawmakers are considering at least seventeen bills on sexual assault sex trafficking and sexual misconduct during this year's legislative session. The legislative proposals are wide ranging as the topics themselves encompassing points through the legal system. Many of the bills bolster rights and protections for survivors of sexual abuse or make it easier to prosecute sexual offenses, Michael have a naughty. Best known as the lawyer for porn star. Stormy Daniels has been arrested and charged with extortion by federal prosecutors in New York and Los Angeles, the US attorney's office in Los Angeles says Michael avenue was arrested in New York on charges of extortion, Bank fraud and wire fraud, according to a criminal complaint avenue threaten to use his ability to garner publicity to smear Nike the complaint describes the scheme where nutty threatened. Call a news conference to allege misconduct by employees of the sportswear giant unless the company paid him millions of dollars the arrest came less than an hour after avenue tweeted that he planned to hold a news conference tomorrow regarding Nike Warren Levinson, New York, the house will try later today to override President Trump's veto of a resolution blocking his declaration of a national emergency at the US Mexico border, the vote to override the. Presidents. I veto seemed certain to fail which would let stand is border emergency declaration that would allow Trump to shift three point six billion dollars from military construction projects to work on a barrier along the south west boundary. However, even if his veto remains intact. Trump may not be able to spend the money right away because of lawsuits that might take years to resolve Mike Kemp in Washington, the Las Vegas aviators of announced parking will be free at the new Las Vegas ballpark. Under construction in Summerlin the season in stadium opening set for April ninth there will be three designated parking lots around the stadium with a capacity of about twenty five hundred vehicles. Also, an overflow parking lot on the west side of downtown Summerlin retail shopping area with a check on our weather. Here's news threes. Kelly Curran, we are going to see a few clouds out there today. We'll call it.

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"cheyenne high school" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"cheyenne high school" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Furry says the area has a lot of kids walking around in it and drivers need to be more aware. We have a park we have a school. We have wet and wild. So I think it's important for drivers to know their surroundings and be defensive drivers both victims were taken to area hospitals where one passed away the driver remained on the scene in past all sobriety tests. Several people were injured in a shooting in north Las Vegas, Monday evening, north Las Vegas. Police say that shooting took place near priest elementary school and Cheyenne high school of San Miguel avenue say none of the injuries appear to be life threatening. They did not say what led to that shooting? Michael avenue. Ati best known as the lawyer for foreign star stormy Daniels has been arrested and charged with extortion by federal prosecutors in both New York and Los Angeles, the US attorney's office in Los Angeles says Michael avenue was arrested in New York. On charges of extortion, Bank fraud and wire fraud, according to criminal complaint naughty, threaten to use his ability to garner publicity to smear Nike the complaint describes the scheme. We're not threatened to call a news conference to allege misconduct by employees of the sportswear giant less. The company paid him millions of dollars the arrest came less than an hour. After Audi tweeted that he planned to hold a news conference tomorrow regarding Nike, Warren Levinson, New York, gun rights groups are asking the supreme court to stop the Trump administration from beginning to enforce its ban on bump stock devices, which allow semiautomatic weapons to fire like machine guns groups asked the court Monday to get involved in the issue and keep the government from beginning to enforce the ban for now advance set to go into effect today so unclear how quickly the court will act the Vegas. Golden Knights are still just one point for a playoff berth after losing to the blues last night in Saint Louis three to one. Here's the nights William Carlson. Today. I think sometimes chipping down from there. It's going to work at least wear them down. A little the Golden Knights road trip continues Wednesday night in Colorado on Wall Street. The Dow starts the day twenty five thousand five sixteen.

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"cheyenne high school" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"cheyenne high school" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"States of empire is a book that claims the United States is the empire of the world. George Washington had warned us against foreign wars. The United States of empire shows that world wars. One and two left England broken. Its former colony the US had that saved the empire. Was there ever a vote who do we fight for the deep state began with World War One the United States of empire by James Dunn available at Amazon books. It's news time on the new one zero one five FM seven twenty a m k DWA John Shaffer. Two children were hit by a car around three thirty Monday afternoon in the intersect can afford a patchy mall avenue, Las Vegas. Metro captain. Nick says the area has a lot of kids walking in it. In drivers need to be more aware. We have a park we have a school. We have wet and wild. So I think it's important for drivers just to know their surroundings and be defensive drivers. Both of the victims were taken to area hospitals were one passed away the second child received injuries to their leg and foot. Several people were injured in a shooting in north Las Vegas, Monday evening, north Las Vegas. Police say that shooting took place near priest elementary school in Cheyenne high school on San Miguel avenue, we say none of the injuries appear to be life threatening. They did not say what led to that shooting gun rights. Groups are asking the supreme court to stop the Trump administration from beginning to enforce its ban on bump stock devices which allow semiautomatic weapons to fire like machine guns groups asked the court Monday to get involved in the issue. You and keep the government from beginning to enforce the ban for now the ban set to go into effect today. Unclear how quickly the.

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"cheyenne high school" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"cheyenne high school" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

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"cheyenne high school" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"cheyenne high school" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Welcome back into the discovery benefits postgame show here on site at Cheyenne high school where the Mustangs fell the second time this season Shanley takes the season series with a sixty seven to sixty one win on the Voller insurance scoreboard in here on the discovery benefits postgame show. He had the pleasure speaking with our corporate world player of the game. For Shanley junior guarded heavily Huber lead whole Sportsnight with fifteen points as she helped Shanley improved a thirteen and three on the year eleven in three and he play and they reclaim the second seed in the Eastern Conference as Cheyenne falls for the first time in their last seven games there. Now eleven and five overall eleven and four in the ADC so Huber pace the deacons with fifteen points pain behind her with eleven also Cape view sick with eleven points and Kelly Krishnan had ten points. Four Shanley off the bench. Marie Kim added nine Emily shrimp. The freshman played big minutes down the stretch. She didn't. Not sniff the court in the first half and Steve Jacobson trusting in his freshman coming off the bench six pivotal points. Three baskets. I was talking with Bush Fargo pioneer reporter Klay Cunningham during the post game show. We were in debate. But pretty sure that two or three if not all of them were go ahead baskets for shrimp. That's how important she played important a role. She played down the stretch Olivia manual had two points off the bench as did Lydia matter for Shanley. Meanwhile on the opposite side for the Mustangs Maggie mansion lead Cheyenne with fourteen points. She was helped by dicara who had nine pay Johnson was seven Brittany. Houston was six as well as Joey good iron six points off the bench. Olivia dobermans had five Jade Feis had five and MacKenzie. Newton had four you're shy. Shirley, can't hang your hat in this game. But of course, if you're Mustangs fan, you you're gonna look back to around the middle to early part of the second Athens say woulda coulda shoulda because at that point of the ball game. They were up by ten points. They had the advantage and had what seemed like control the ball game at the ten fourteen markup, forty eight to thirty eight after going on a twelve th to run the prior four minutes, but from that point down to the three forty five Mark. It was Shanley just continue to chip away. They go on their run eighteen to eight in the final seven minutes event spam and then tied up fifty six all with three forty five to play and pretty much from that point. It was anyone's ballgame. Shanley ended up making the shots when they needed to SRI MOS a big part of that heavily Huber hit some big free throws down the stretch. And Buzek was the one to capitol for two final free throws to create the six point separation. The final again on the Voller insurance scoreboard, sixty seven to sixty one. We're going to step aside. Take our final break. Here on the discovery benefits postgame show when we come back when gonna put a bow on this one as well as get you set for what we got coming up later on this week. You're tuned in to aim eleven hundred the flag. Here's your W.

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"cheyenne high school" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"cheyenne high school" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Well, welcome back here on site west Cheyenne, high school, the Mustangs, just defeated the Fargo north Spartans by a final score of seventy nine hundred seventy are we are pleased to be joined here on the discovery. But if it's post game show by our corporate world player of the game senior guard Christian Koons, tell us first of all what it was like you seem like you're in the zone tonight thirty three points twenty one of what's coming in the first half. What was going on out there? Coach had confidence in me and told me keeps you in the ball. I had a few rough night's last two games wasn't shooting a great. And he just stuck with me the whole night and told me to keep shooting from wherever it worked out tonight. Oh, you're definitely letting it fly especially in that first half four threes. I believe three in a row at what's it like when you start to get in that zone. There's nothing like it in the game basketball. There's nothing more fun. Authored is getting guys involved in team that we have a bunch of they're trying to give us a little different look on offense. So we had to take advantage. What we could as well. As for what the Spartans were doing site. They just continuously hung around hung around. There were hitting shots. It seemed like you guys were in a bit of a track. Meet the way, you're going up and down the court, and what's it like to play in that type of competitive contests, especially against a team that can run with you. So it's funny never know. What can happen? We came into the game. We knew they had three great shoes on the team and all three of them show it today, they they're shooting for me were on the court. And we are dependent goal is to get hands up in their faces. And they seem to hit it regardless. So we'll see we're just going to lock it on defense this week. Come back out of my Friday, take us through that last time out because especially down the stretch, we saw north cut it down to two you had an eleven point lead going into the half. They start to run up the score and Rickard especially down the stretch played extremely well. What was it like in that final out? What did you talk about especially considering you haven't hit the free throws early in that second half? But then you got the job done. We're able to knock him down. The stretch coaches emphasizing energy the whole second half. Specially late night game is even more energy to get that little push. Get your cushion to make it make it a five ten point game. This is following late in the half. As for the performance you had. Lost a couple of weeks ago. Davies what have you learned since? Then that is kind of help you guys get back to where you were before. Then which was eight notes. Yeah. For sure. Yeah. We learned a lot from that game. Obviously in the loss. We learned we learned quite a bit. But that just made us realize that we need to lock in refocus that there are teams out there that are gonna stick with us. So is get back to work, and hopefully keeping Peden and high level next time out you're here on Friday against Red River. What do you guys feel like you need to do that can help get this team to the next level that can help get you back to where you were last year which was in the state title game? I think defensive bogus for us. They're like, I said earlier, we voice off reach tonight, and coaches that and. We've got shooting the ball. We have. One through eight on our team. So. Keeps in the ball. I think we'll be now ten in one still the third best team in the state. Thank you so much for joining us here in the post game show. Congratulations on the win. Best of luck moving forward. I thank you. Thanks for having me again that was Christian Coon senior guard for Cheyenne would back in just a moment to wrap up the discovery benfits post game show, here's seventy nine seventy Cheyenne winters north here tuned in to discover benefits post game show on one hundred the flag. Ever wonder why European seemed to speak so many languages maybe it's because they use babble the.

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"cheyenne high school" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"cheyenne high school" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

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