USAW cant go out and "create" a situation that has the ingredients neccessary for success. not with 10k a year, not with 60k a year. what WOULD work, would be to give something like some money for college scholarships to places that have proven they can produce, and cover the other related costs themselves. with one $500 scholarship, i can go out and talk to 20 high school coaches, and actually hold a "try-out" where these high school coaches can bring their best athletes to compete for the scholarship. we are talking about girls who EXCELL at volleyball, powerlifting, basketball, not the girls who couldnt play so turned to a not so competitive sport like weightlifting.
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throw the buckets away, and open the drain spout is what i would say...we have a huge, ready and waiting high school infrastructure waiting to aid us. a monster waiting for us to harness it, something far bigger and stronger and with far more rescources than we have, but we CAN still use it, we can with a little effort direct this monster to our purpose.
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