Client Jameson Vest Breaks Toledo Record For Field Goals Made in a Career

Client Jameson Vest Breaks Toledo Record For Field Goals Made in a Career

Toledo Kicker Jameson Vest kicked a 29 yard field goal in the win against Ball State to break a 30 year old record and became the all-time leading kicker for field goals made in a career with 69. Jameson has been working hard both physically and mentally for the last four years as a starter for Toledo Football.

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Client Tucker Clark Wins AZ State Golf Championship

Client Tucker Clark Wins AZ State Golf Championship

Arcadia high School Junior Tucker Clark shot a bogey free 64 to win the Arizona State boys Division 2 Golf championship on October 23rd. Tucker is one of the top golfers in the state of Arizona and has just committed to play golf after graduation at The University of Notre Dame. I’ve been working with him for about 9 months on mental toughness

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Charlie Reiter with a stellar USC debut firing a 66 in final round

Charlie Reiter with a stellar USC debut firing a 66 in final round

Charlie Reiter had a high school career that will be remembered for a long time here in the valley as he led Palm Desert to runner-up at the State Championship while also getting to play on the PGA Tour as a 17-year-old when he teed off at the Career Builder Challenge.

Now this weekend he made his collegiate debut with the USC Trojans at the….

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Jameson Vest Named to Lou Groza Award Watch List

Jameson Vest Named to Lou Groza Award Watch List

Toledo, Ohio— University of Toledo placekicker Jameson Vest (Peachtree City, Ga.) was named to the official watch list for the 2018 Lou Groza Award on Wednesday, as announced by the Palm Beach County Sports Commission.

Since 1992, the Lou Groza Award has been annually given to the nation's top collegiate place-kicker as determined by a voting panel of Division I head coaches, sports writers and sportscasters from across the county, conference representatives, professional kickers and previous winners.

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Cincinnati Reds: Curt Casali is one of the best additions to this year’s team

Cincinnati Reds: Curt Casali is one of the best additions to this year’s team

When the Reds traded for Curt Casali on May 31, the reaction in a lot of circles was the same: Why?

Tony Cruz was backing up Tucker Barnhart after the trade of Devin Mesoraco. 

"I didn't know anything about Casali,"  Reds manager Jim Riggleman said. "I had seen the name through the years. To be honest, Tony Cruz was doing a good job. The front office had an eye on Casali for a while if there was a waiver situation or whatever. He was a guy they had been targeting for a while, so when became available they got him."

The Reds got Casali from Tampa Bay for cash considerations.  

No one is questioning the move at this point. Casali went into Saturday's game hitting .311/.407/.500 in with three home runs and nine RBI in 74 at-bats. The Reds are 12-6 in the games he starts…. Read more-

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Arizona junior golfers capture prestigious Hogan Cup in Oregon

Arizona junior golfers capture prestigious Hogan Cup in Oregon

SCOTTSDALE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -

The Arizona sports landscape was a bit different back in 1986. There were no Arizona Cardinals, Arizona Coyotes or Arizona Diamondbacks. The Phoenix Mercury, Arizona Rattlers or Phoenix Rising? Not even close.

So, when a quartet of high school golfers traveled to Portland, Oregon in the summer of ’86 and won one of the most prestigious junior golf events in the world, it was a kind of a big deal – and actually, it still is… read more.

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Client Charlie Reiter, 18, shows off launching ability in Tour debut

Client Charlie Reiter, 18, shows off launching ability in Tour debut

LA QUINTA, Calif. – On July 20, 1969, astronaut Neil Armstrong made one giant leap for mankind by taking the first steps on the moon. Thirty years later to the day, Charlie Reiter was born in Palm Desert, Calif.

Fitting, because Reiter, now 18, can launch a golf ball seemingly into orbit.

Reiter’s TrackMan numbers with the driver are out of this world for a teenager: A swing speed around.....

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Howard interviewed for an article on the Falcon's psychological road back this season

Howard interviewed for an article on the Falcon's psychological road back this season

FLOWERY BRANCH

In the wake of the most historic collapse in Super Bowl history, the Falcons, individually and collectively, must take a long walk through a psychological valley.

Some have started and completed the trek. Others have put it off. Others will just try

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Client Charlie Reiter Wins & Earns Invite to Play in 2017 Australian Open

Client Charlie Reiter Wins & Earns Invite to Play in 2017 Australian Open

Client Charlie Reiter, shot rounds of 66-67-68-71 for a -16 total and an 8 stroke victory last weekend in the Aaron Baddeley International Junior Championship in California. Charlie took the lead in the first round and never looked back. The win earned the 17 year old an invite to play in the 2017 Australian Open Golf Tournament.

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Article About Howard's Work With the Ray's Evan Longoria

Article About Howard's Work With the Ray's Evan Longoria

Mental, physical changes helping Rays' Longoria rebound

Marc Topkin, Tampa BayTimes Staff Writer

Saturday, September 3, 2016 9:36pm

ST. PETERSBURG — Evan Longoria has had the journal in his locker for years, using it for typically no more than scribbling fantasy football tips.

But this spring, at the instruction of Howard Falco, the "peak performance coach" the Rays brought into camp, Longoria grabbed a pen and got busy...

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Spirituality In The Fast Lane

Spirituality In The Fast Lane

The last thing I imagined myself doing this summer was racing Porsches in Alabama. It just goes to show you how life's curveballs can come at any moment. An invitation from a friend turned into a life-changing experience. I discovered a sense of oneness in the last place I expected; behind the wheel of a 911 Carrera S at over 100 miles per hour on a real racetrack.

The Porsche Sport Driving School is at the beautiful Barber Motorsports Parkway about 30 minutes outside Birmingham, Alabama. World class instructors, incredible cars and two intense days learning about everything from braking and turning to shifting and sliding in the rain, put me in a mode where I was ready to test the limits of my faith in a high performance automobile.

One of the most profound things I realized in that incredible two days is how powerful an analogy high performance racecar driving is to life. The experience of driving simply compresses it into the hyper fast version of it. 

The most important thing a racecar driver must know is exactly where they are headed. That's why each lap on the track naturally gets faster as the driver gets more confident with where they are going at each blind turn. One of the most critical things they teach you about driving at high speeds

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