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Date Posted: 08:46:58 01/02/08 Wed
Author: the assistant
Subject: holiday tourney games
In reply to: theMaster 's message, "Yes, MEANINGLESS" on 18:51:39 01/01/08 Tue

Sorry master, but there are no meaningless wins, even if they don't count in the overall win/loss record.

Holiday tourneys build confidence, they give coaches a chance to figure out who they have on their team. Trust me kids play these games like they mean something. Nobody wants to lose, nobody wants a poor showing.

Coaches coach these games differently, but they always have the intent to win. Heck Refs officiate the game differently to keep them moving. Its a fun atmosphere and a great opportunity for teams to get on the right track.

They are FAR from meaningless.

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