MY 2 CENTS: Tears, snow part of job
Jordan Chappell had a program with names likely circled, as players filed out of the locker room on Wednesday at Newman High School.
The former multi-sport standout at Rock Falls was enduring one of the less pleasant parts of her new job as an assistant coach to Jed Johnson for the Sauk Valley Skyhawks women’s basketball team. As a recruiter, she had to approach and talk to girls that had just lost their final high school basketball game.
“It’s going to be hard to talk to them while they’re crying,” Chappell said to me. “How do you guys do this all the time?”
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