Cleats by Bill Hinds for May 28, 2003
Mrs. Nordling: You're being silly, Chester. Nordling: The first time someone else coaches the team and they play their best game ever. I think I should back off and hand the team over to George. Mrs. Nordling: Nobody puts more time and effort into a team than you do with the Dawgs. Planning the practices, shuffling the kids in and out of games... the coddling of a child's psyche is so frustrating, Nordling: That's a tough aspect of coaching. Mrs. Nordling: That last one wasn't about coaching, it was about this conversation.