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When the Game Stands Tall, Special Movie Edition: The Story of the De La Salle Spartans and Footballs Longest Winning Streak by Neil HayesThe book that inspired the ESPN documentary 151: The Greatest Streak is now Revised and Updated!
By 2002, The Streak--a historic 13-year run of consecutive wins by the Spartans, a high-school football team from Concord, California, that couldnt be beat--was still going strong. In this revised edition of When the Game Stands Tall, author Neil Hayes, who had unrestricted access to the De La Salle team, writes from the inside about the games, the players, and their visionary coach, Bob Ladouceur, who managed to amass the highest winning percentage in football history (.995) through standing for something greater than winning. The book, which also features interviews with major sports figures like Bill Walsh and John Gruden, is a revealing portrait of the coach who believed above all in instilling basic life skills where winning is not the goal, but merely the byproduct of playing the game.
The Streak had become a national story long before it ended in September 2004. In this revised paperback, Neil Hayes catches up on the lives of the main characters and takes readers through the final tumultuous year. What results is a timeless and inspirational story of struggle, tragedy, and triumph.
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Mon Borromeo scored 14 points while Ross Denopol and Cole Piscano each reached the end zone twice as the veteran Pirates romped off with the one-sided victory in the finale of the event supported by Busan Universal Rail Inc. These events give us the chance to play which we don't usually get," Pirates team captain Justine Gunnacao said. Bannered by four mainstays of the national team, the Pirates imposed their will against their relatively less-experienced rivals and stormed to an lead with Piscano reaching the end zone and Gunnacao converting the two-point after try attempt. Denopol and Borromeo spearheaded the attack as the Pirates punched in 22 unanswered points to put the game beyond the reach of the Tyrants, a team formed just last November. Despite the loss, Cheenie Rapanut, founder of DLSU Flag Football Sports Club, expressed satisfaction with their performance in the tourney, which were participated in by eight collegiate teams and two commercials clubs. With your meaningful insights, help shape the stories that can shape the country. Sign up now!
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The game will be played Oct. Detroit Catholic Schools superintendent Dr. Brian Dougherty said in a statement today that "all agreed that the schedule will stand and Loyola will play De La Salle. Loyola football coach John Callahan said last week that his team had no intention of playing De La Salle, and it appeared that the Loyola administration was standing behind its coach. Callahan told the Detroit News that it was a safety issue for his players.