Tuesday, February 28, 2012

First Games of Spring Season
Saturday February 25th, 2012

Chloe's game was the first of the day starting at 8am. We won't complain about how early we had to get up (6am) and out of the house (6:30am) since we were lucky enough to have the games spread out and see both kids play.

Chloe ready to go!

Chloe and Rachel
If you look you can see Isaac on the coaches side (blurry) just over Chloe's shoulder pointing at something

A pass to Chloe

Chloe running down field with the ball

Chloe defending against a friend Emily. They were pretty excited to play each other!

Across the parking area was a few new colts...so cute!

After Coach Scott wrapped up the game with the girls team we headed to breakfast at Cracker Barrel. Fueling up for another couple games.

Coach Scott is not only head Coach for the 3rd-6th grade girls team he's also an Assistant Coach for the boys TWO 4th-6th grade teams. The White team played at noon so we got to the field at 11am. They played well (must be the coaching). Isaac was on the sidelines ready to jump in just in case the goalie couldn't handle it. He is a new goalie and wasn't feeling great...I saw Isaac suit up probably 3 times during that game, but the new boy did well.
After that game the 7th-8th grade team played and we watched them. Finally it was the Purple teams turn (Isaac's team).

Chloe rolling around on the field before Isaac's game

Isaac in goal

Now you can't see Isaac very well in this picture due to #5 on the opposing team attempting to chop his little neck off!

A little closer view at that slash to Isaac's neck on #5's follow-thru shot.

Needless to say Isaac got up after a couple minutes. All the players actually left the field after the Refs told them too. Coaches and Refs by his side to make sure he was gonna be ok and could finish the game. I knew he was going to be ok since there was no blood, bone and he was moving around right after the hit. Coach says that's a 'stinger'. Isaac said one a lifetime is good for him.

As you can see he was back up and moving just fine. Ice in the car and when we got home a Tylenol plus rest does wonders!

He's not lost a game in over a year, but he did this day. Hopefully the rust will brush off and next week will be a winner.

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