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War-Chief Booster Club

Built a sense of enthusiasm for athletic programs through donations. 

War-Chief Booster Club

Built a sense of enthusiasm for athletic programs through donations. 

Who: War-Chief Sports Council 

The Story: Booster clubs are essential to many high schools’ success and can be crucial in fostering positive training and playing environments for sports teams. 

The War-Chief Sports Council understands this and has done everything they can to promote enthusiasm for the West Hartford high schools Conard and Hall. 

This past year the council provided an $8,400 donation to the Conard and Hall athletic departments, with the money being allocated to cover each school’s annual purchase of Hudl. The council is a firm believer in the software’s ability to help athletes attract recruiting attention and improve as players.

“We look to build a sense of celebration and enthusiasm for high school athletics.” – Dennis Swanton, War-Chief Co-President

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01The Premier League's Elite

Netted winning results by embracing big data. 

02Montverde Academy

Provided a template on fostering a culture of competitiveness.

03Hartpury College

Utilized technology to drive player development. 

04College Football’s Social Club

Engaged the football community through innovative content. 

05University of Puget Sound

Proved that state-of-the-art video solutions aren’t just for the “big” schools. 

06Surf Soccer

Produced winning training programs through the use of performance analysis tools. 

07Sporting CT

Implemented a detailed and consistent academy structure that helps create technically efficient players who love the game of soccer. 

08New York Soccer Club

Fostered a winning environment for players through a detailed curriculum. 

09War-Chief Booster Club

Built a sense of enthusiasm for athletic programs through donations. 

10Sports Performance Analysis Educators

Empowered individuals interested in careers in sports performance analysis. 

11Jenks High School Football

Showed how the term “elite” doesn’t just apply to professional sports teams. 

12Sydney FC

Provided innovative educational opportunities for coaches and players within their academy structure. 

13Merseyside Nighthawks Football

Collaborated with developers in order to make better products for the football community.

14Opelika High School

Leveraged their video analysis expertise to put their players in the best position to win.

15Graham High School

Engaged players through the use of video analysis tools. 

16Sandringham TAC Football Club

Pioneered new teaching techniques for their league. 

17Croydon Rangers Gridiron Club

Helped progress the level of play in Australia.

18The Southport School

Fostered an environment for their athletes to thrive on and off the field. 

19DeMatha High School

Promoted player development through the use of video technology. 

20Wichita East H.S. Basketball

Developed a winning culture through the use of advanced stats. 

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