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Coaches talk about juggling kids, parents, and the special demands of training young people to play team sports.
Diane talks with Ron Tugwell, Carol Horton, Terry Changuris, all coaches or former coaches in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. Among them they have coached football, field hockey, baseball, basketball, gymnastics, tennis, softball, and more.
- Terry Changuris football coach
- Carol Horton Former girls' field hockey coach at West Potomac High School in Fairfax, VA; also former coach of soccer, softball, gymnastics, and basketball referee
- Ron Tugwell boys baseball coach and guidance counselor
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