Oregon Latino Basketball Tournament <bR>By: David Espinoza
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-800-1
Edition: Paperback, 210 Pages
Publication Date: October 28, 2020
This is a must-read book. Learn about the history of a Latino tournament that reunited the community through the game of basketball every year. The richness of the Latino flavor doesn’t get any better.

In 1986, Victor Alvarado founded the Oregon Latino Basketball Tournament in Woodburn, Oregon. After the fifth year, the tournament paused for five years. Anthony Veliz revived this mega event and continued what Victor had started. The tournament continued for ten more years under Anthony’s leadership, then Rolando Ramirez stepped up as the director for the next thirteen years. The challenges and successes are incredible. This annual event must continue for the younger generations.

The tournament started with ten teams, then grew to thirty-six teams! Latinos and Latinas were motivated to play their best to showcase their talents. Many went on to play college basketball, and some even professionally. Inspiring Latino stories and more are inside. The resiliency is extraordinary.

The festivities, authentic Mexican food, and exciting games were so inspiring that this became like a family reunion every year in March. Relationships were built and memories were developed to where they had become life-long lasting.
A Tennis Guide for the High School Rookie Coach - Second Edition <BR>By: Norvell A. Brown, Jr.
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-682-3
Edition: Paperback, 136 Pages
Publication Date: March 6, 2017
The objective of this book is to help the new coach gain confidence in his or her ability to coach the game of tennis.

This book will help the new coach develop skills, promote and maintain a tennis program to satisfy the needs of the individual player and team through his knowledge from using this book as a guide.

Provide the coach the ability to help his/her team have fun, play well without fear of embarrassment.

Coach Brown is dedicated to teaching and helping those who are willing to learn the game of tennis.
Parenting the Athlete <BR>By: David Espinoza
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-681-6
Edition: Paperback, 122 Pages
Publication Date: February 20, 2017
Are you a parent or guardian that has a child in grade school, middle school, or high school that plays sports? If your answer is yes, then this book is a must read. The number one reason kids go out for sports is to have fun! In today’s competition world things have really changed. The focus seems to be on winning at all costs. Parents are pressuring their kids. Athletes are transferring out of their schools as coaches try to build powerhouses. This book will help you, as a parent, avoid the dark side that could leave your child depressed and unhappy. The author has pinpointed crucial issues and resolutions. Read about helpful tips, for you as a parent, to guide your child in a fun adventure in sports. Learn about what it takes to be a good sport as a parent or as an athlete. The author writes about true experiences that will be of value as you discover a successful and productive ride with your children in the world of sports.
The Professor - Grayson Boucher Plus More NW Sports Stories <bR>By: David Espinoza
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-530-7
Edition: Paperback, 234 Pages
Publication Date: December 2, 2013
This book features Grayson “The Professor” Boucher - a short skinny boy from Keizer, Oregon. He became an overnight sensation signing a contract with the And 1 Mixtape Tour. He now plays professionally for Ball Up Streetball based in Los Angeles, CA and tours worldwide. How about Noah Torres from Moses Lake, Washington? This young man dealt with twelve fractures in his skull along with more medical issues. Noah is a miracle kid who God kept alive for a reason. Also, Brooke Chuhlantseff from Salem, Oregon, who as a freshman in high school captured a district championship title in the 1500 meter run - she has a strong vision of the Olympic Trials. All eight stories in this book are unique and will leave you inspired.
Machine Games <BR>How To Utilize The Pitching Machine As A Device Of Competition <bR>By: Sawyer John
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-432-4
Edition: Paperback, 29 Pages
Publication Date: September 25, 2012
Machine Games is a compilation of baseball oriented games that make use of the pitching machine as a device of competition. The games included are designed for play by two to eight participants, and are fun, challenging, and completely competitive. Machine Games will enhance the pastime of any baseball enthusiast.
Michigan Memories <BR>Hunting and Fishing Tales <bR>By: Dave Van Til
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-414-0
Edition: Paperback, 98 Pages
Publication Date: July 25, 2012
A collection of short hunting and fishing stories suitable for children and adults. This book is an accumulation of stories sent to my grandchildren. These stories will capture the attention of young and old – especially young boys.
The Drive to Glory <bR>By: Lynne M. Caulkett
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-268-9
Edition: Paperback, 195 Pages
Publication Date: March 3, 2011
Harness racing has been and still is a sport that draws in famous people like celebrities and athletes. George Forman, for instance, has owned more than twenty horses since 1991.

Owners and trainers play an important role in the harness business, but it is the drivers who are the real stars. They possess not only courage, but have to make quick and precise decisions that develop into wins and losses. The trainers turn out the horses, but the drivers are the ones who sit behind those horses and transfer that training into big money.

This is the story of driver Ray Smith, well known and respected on the race circuit. Ray’s career in harness racing ended in a terrible accident that left him paralyzed from the waist down. He endured a seven-year recovery and eventually got feeling back and was able to walk again. Follow Ray’s story that takes us behind the scenes of the race industry and exposes the life of a driver. It is as dangerous as it is exhilarating, and yet young men and women have been drawn to it for decades.
Bobby Zen's Lucky 13 - The Handicapper's Guide To Making Big Money At Small Tracks <bR>By: Bobby Zen
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-083-8
Edition: Paperback, 89 Pages
Publication Date: August 26, 2009
Bobby Zen’s Lucky 13 is the handicapper’s guide to making big money at small tracks. This book is a follow-up to Bobby’s first one, Bet To Win. It covers 13 tracks across the country in great detail. It includes track history, milestones, annual events and all the information you need to wager and win at the track.
What If? <BR>How The Course Of Sports History Could Have Changed <Br>By: Pat Dean
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-879-1
Edition: Paperback, 62 Pages
Publication Date: July 26, 2008
Pat Dean returns to his niche of sports writing with his second publication, What If? How the Course of Sports History Could Have Changed. Dean, fresh off the surprise sensation of previous book Poemology, gives sports fans a delicacy with how key events in sports history could have been altered. In baseball, Jackie Robinson could have played football and competed at the Olympics for gold medals instead of breaking the color barrier. Or in basketball Kobe Bryant could have ended up being a Philadelphia 76er joining Allen Iverson after playing basketball at Duke University. In football what would have happened if Jim Brown did not retire early? Or how close was Sidney Crosby of playing hockey for the Mighty Ducks? Would Muhammad Ali go the distance with Joe Louis in a 15 round fight? What If? explores these possibilities and informs sports fans of things they never knew before.
NOZA: A True Basketball Success Story <BR>By: David Espinoza
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-798-5
Edition: Paperback, 195 Pages
Publication Date: March 28, 2008
This is a true story about a boy whose life revolved around God and basketball. Matt Espinoza aka “Noza” was taught about the game of basketball at a very young age. During that time he faced many obstacles, the most difficult one being that he lost his mom to brain cancer when he was nine years old. His dad raised him and his brother and continued developing them for basketball. Other challenges would confront Matt. He was dealing with a blood platelet condition he had not grown out of yet. Matt had a love for the game of basketball but his body was not developing as fast as most kids. In his younger years things were going great. But when he got to Jr. High other kids seem to be passing him up and he was struggling for playing time. Matt would always tag along with his older brother, Jake, but always found himself watching and not playing. When Matt was a freshman and a sophomore he almost didn’t make McNary High School’s basketball team. His dad speaks of the challenges and lessons learned in this amazing story. Matt was always trying to keep up with his older brother Jake. They would eventually battle it out in a college basketball game. This is an inspirational, encouraging, and an amazing story of a young man that believed in himself and was not going to be denied. Matt set goals for himself and he worked hard to reach those goals. His attitude of never giving up, and having faith paid off big time.