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Stivrins, a 6 4 middle blocker from Chaparral High School in Scottsdale, Ariz., is ranked the No. A former club national champion, Stivrins possesses a powerful arm and athleticism that earned her the reputation as one of the nation’s elite middle blocker recruits. Stivrins averaged 5.3 kills per set as a senior for Chaparral, leading the team to the Arizona Division I state tournament.
But then, in 1992, they passed the laws making bike helmets mandatory. It was a disaster. 1995 and 1996 saw higher numbers of cyclist head injuries than any year prior to the law’s passage.. “My mindset when I was the interim coach was that it was my job for that year and that is how I focused,” he said. “I don’t think much has changed for me as far as the mindset goes; I’m looking at it the same way. I’m the head coach this year and forever how long it is; that’s the way I’m looking at it..
There is a stereotype out there, especially in the East, that postulates Southern California as one great big Disneyland and Southern Californians as, by and large, naive hedonists, vacuously grinning at life through Ray Ban sunglasses. Like all stereotypes, there is some truth to this perception but only on the surface. Things are changing.
The attention moves from aviation act to aviation act and aerial star to aerial star: Super Dave Mathieson’s skyrations in a snappy Scheyden MX2, Kent Pietsch landing his yellow Interstate Cadet on the roof of a moving vehicle, glider stunts by Dan Buchanan, wing walker Carol Pilon, etc. If all these sound familiar, it is because they have each performed at combinations of the Fort St. John, Quesnel and Vanderhoof airshows in the past couple of years, where Discovery Channel’s camera crews have zoomed in..
The players were sombrely suited but forewarned us that their personalities, away from the music, were far from sombre, each sporting a silk necktie of different and brilliant hues Guardsman Red, Indigo, Oyster and Lavender. But when the music started they matched their suiting, drawing no attention to themselves, whether by gesture or facial expression. We were aware not of the musicians, but only of the music coming out of them..