JFIFC    $ &%# #"(-90(*6+"#2D26;=@@@&0FKE>J9?@=C  =)#)==================================================jK" }!1AQa"q2#BR$3br %&'()*456789:CDEFGHIJSTUVWXYZcdefghijstuvwxyz w!1AQaq"2B #3Rbr $4%&'()*56789:CDEFGHIJSTUVWXYZcdefghijstuvwxyz ?g\FؖL^'֡Ӂ 12)w`MSJG+,#fy5#iP-JM gN{zWkx%jVrj7Fi18ǵuJTa6=?M9!Jy']>hsYA1W,ocʘ5\ǜx9#OZɢfc39jz6W/3syjR}Mckt$Lec9ǽ^Kq*Dɸ}*=Nm9Fcb 1jG^@H1҄d;|4qSr{Ojzn}10L#v[2Pl=K!Jhh|#{׫Znf[ĭ36UpҖ"퍁iݕϛis""jjHQ4ouDtr,Nr:]īi8nsn+ϮIz|qGqÀynPw@ IRTUXw$%(kW : ^+;KlNtpeOIY8 Vb{A&N6!A\;L$ߑARմUluh'-F O͞x-mWgYAX~.QC=A ~gZmkkhFB gqsIOR^\>ƘzҎЬ'L0O=i that every week his players were told that they were improving, but says,  They got sick and tired of people saying,  You re getting better.  Shearer s opinion is that  when you lose by only one or two points, it has to do with work ethic. So Shearer and the Tigers went back to work, and once again the team improved by another two victories the second year, finishing at 4-6. <br>Reflecting on that season, Shearer says that they lost several close games, one in the final seconds to a trick play, but he judged their losses that season were primarily attributable to not having a sufficient knowledge base.  I told my coaches,  At this point we have to find out what our kids don t know, and that s what we have to start teaching.  It worked, as despite injuries to several key players, the Tigers finished 5-5 the following year and more importantly had a championship attitude.  Our players were enthusiastic because they believed that next year they were going to be one of the teams to beat. <br>In 2003 the Tigers not only finished with a winning record but also made the playoffs, winning their first playoff game. They ended up third in the Northwest 3A League. Just as satisfying to Coach Shearer personally was observing the play of his sons, Saxton, a senior, and Sterling, a junior. <br>A running back, Sax