Originally Posted by hhollines
TCF, I don't know you and I mean no disrespect to you or GA. However, I've been around also and I understand the game (just new to this group). I don't disagree with what you said but I added my perspective. It is true that many 12s winning the wrong way don't change but some do and some develop late . . . our focus on solid technique and good footwork.
We need to give pushers some credit. They are usually better in mental toughness and are great defenders. If they have a good coach, they can improve their games by adding attacks or transition their game to hard grinding. The kids who have been trained "the right way" should learn how to deal with these type of players. The fact that a top 30 senior has beaten many good girls using high moon balls shows that they still don't know to deal with pushers.