Teso Progressive Academy gears up for USSSA-Ngora qualifiers

Teso Progressive Academy gears up for USSSA-Ngora qualifiers

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  • February 29, 2024
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By Emmanuel Sekago

Excitement is building at Teso Progressive Academy as there dedicated athletes intensify their preparations for the upcoming USSSA-Ngora qualifiers.

Ngora district games teachers meeting taking place right at okapel high school

With a strong commitment to excellence, the schools sports department is leaving no stone unturned to ensure their students are well-prepared to showcase their talents on the grand stage.

The USSSA-Ngora qualifiers represent an opportunity for athletes to not only demonstrate their skills but also to learn valuable lessons in teamwork, sportsmanship, and resilience.

These events foster an environment where students can develop both athletically and personally.

Teso Progressive Academy team in serious preparations

Talking to wallnetnews, Teso Progressive Academy Director, John Omugur confirmed that his athletes are undergoing rigorous training sessions led by experienced coaches who are dedicated to bringing out the best in each participant.

These sessions cover various aspects of the chosen sports, including technique, strategy, and physical conditioning. We believe that a well-rounded approach to training is key to success.

In addition to the physical preparations, his students are also focusing on the mental aspects of competition.

Workshops and motivational sessions are being organized to instill a winning mindset, confidence, and the ability to overcome challenges. He believes that mental fortitude is as crucial as physical prowess in achieving success on the sports field.

As Teso Progressive Academy approaches the USSSA-Ngora qualifiers, John Omugur is confident that his students will not only compete with determination but also embody the values of sportsmanship and fair play.

Together, let’s rally behind Teso Progressive Academy and celebrate the spirit of sports.

However, In the games teachers planning meeting sitting at Okapel High school on Wednesday, February, 28th 2024, the USSSA-Ngora Executive officially announced the school zoning for the upcoming qualifiers .

This marks a crucial step in the journey towards the much-anticipated sports event, where schools will come together to showcase their talents, sportsmanship, and competitive spirit.

The USSSA-Ngora Executive has meticulously organized the school zoning to ensure fair and balanced competition across the district.

This strategic approach aims to create an environment where schools of similar capabilities compete against each other, fostering a level playing field and enhancing the overall quality of the competition.

Each zone will feature schools that share geographical proximity, providing an opportunity for local rivalries to flourish and creating a sense of community engagement.

The zoning not only enhances the competitive aspect of the qualifiers but also allows schools to build camaraderie within their respective regions.

Meanwhile, as School athletes gear up for the USSSA-Ngora qualifiers, they will be representing their designated zones with pride and determination.

The qualifiers promise to be a platform for talent discovery, skill development, and the celebration of the rich sporting culture that exists within our school community.

(BOYS-ZONE)
Zone -A; Okapel High school, Mukura Memorial, King of Kings, Newton Sec School, Union Vision Mukura, St Stephen Sec School, Mukura Seed School, Agirigiroi Sec School and Morukakakise School.

Zone-B; Ngora High school, Kobwin Seed School, Ngora Parents, Kadok Community, Agolitom Sec School, Atoot Seed School and Bright Star Sec School.
Zone-C; Teso Progressive Academy, Fr.John Kiggen, Teso Integrated School, Odwarat Seed School, Ngora Peas and Citizen High School.

(GIRLS-ZONE)
Zone- A; Okapel High School, Mukura Memorial, King of Kings, Newton Sec School, Union Vision Mukura, Mukura Seed School and Agirigiroi Sec School
Zone- B; Ngora High School, Kobwin Seed School, Ngora Parents, Ngora Girls Sec School, Kadok Community and Agolitom School

Zone-C; Teso Progressive Academy, Fr. John Kiggeni, Teso Integrated, Odwarat Seed School, Ngora Peas School and Citizen High School

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