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Posted on Thu, Jun 13, 2013 : 7:12 p.m.

Manchester basketball coach resigns months after winning state title due to 'lack of support'

By Pete Cunningham


Manchester High School basketball coach Cori Kastel, above, has resigned just months after winning a Class C state championship.

Daniel Brenner | file photo

The Manchester High School girls basketball team will have to defend its state championship without coach Cori Kastel. Kastel handed in her letter of resignation on May 24 less than three months after lifting the school's only team state championship trophy.

Kastel resigned because of what she said was a “lack of support” from athletic director Wes Gall. Kastel was not asked to resign and was recommended for rehire by Gall. Coaches in the district need to have contracts renewed on an annual basis.

“Over the past few years as the program has improved there has been some vocal parents that it’s more about individuals than what the team accomplishes and that’s not how I coach,” Kastel said in a phone interview. “I didn’t get the support that I needed from my administration and I just feel that for me to do my job and be successful and enjoy what I’m doing I need that and I didn’t get it.”

Kastel said she had no intention of resigning at any point during the season, but said mounting criticism from parents was to the point where she thought it would adversely impact her teaching ability.

“You would think that after winning a state title that you’d be celebrating the team’s success instead of worrying about individual success and that’s a damn shame,” Kastel said. “It was tough and you’re always going to have that when you have high class, very competitive athletes like we did, and it’s just sad. It’s difficult, but like I said I didn’t get the support I needed from my athletic director.”

Gall said he was surprised by the language in Kastel’s resignation letter, but declined to comment on specifics.


Cori Kastel, center, talks to her team during the state championships at the Breslin Center in East Lansing.

Mike Mulholland |

“In the coach athletic director evaluation of things there were things I thought she needed to work on and she disagreed with me on it. That’s as far as I’ll go as it’s a personnel decision,” Gall said. “Coaches always have places where they can improve, whether they were last in the conference or won a state championship.”

Kastel, who teaches eight grade at Manchester Middle School, said she did not agree with her end-of-the-year coaching evaluation.

Kastel has been the coach at Manchester for the past seven years and taught in the district since 1994. Her teaching position is not affected by the resignation.

“Teaching is my priority and I don’t ever want to get in a situation where so many conflicts arise that it’s going to affect my teaching because that’s why I’m there and that’s what I love to do and that’s why I coach,” Kastel said. “The court is an extension of the classroom for me.”

“She was recommended to continue the job,” Gall said. “We appreciate her coaching our kids and wish her the best moving forward.”

Manchester was 27-1 during the 2012-13 season and won the Class C state championship. Kastel was named the Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan 2013 Class C Coach of the Year. Manchester won district titles three of the past four years and won its first outright Cascades Conference championship this year.

“I’ve been (coaching) for 19 years and to finally take a program from the basement to the was a very difficult decision, but I think it’s one that needed to be made,” Kastel said. “There have been a few eighth graders come up to me who are very disappointed that they aren’t going to get the opportunity to play for me and it breaks me down. It brings me to tears to tell them that I’m not coming back.

"But there’s sometimes when you have to make difficult decisions, and this is exactly one of them.”

Corey Fether was named the interim coach shortly after Kastel’s resignation. Fether coached the eighth grade girls team this season and used to coach Manchester's junior varsity boys team. Gall said the job has been posted and he hopes to have it filled by the end of July.

Kastel said she’s not actively pursuing another coaching position in the immediate, but said she would be open to the right situation. She plans on being involved when the team raises its championship banner and is honored at 60th Manchester Chicken Broil. “Those are the memories that you can’t take away, those are the things that we’re always going to reflect and remember,” Kastel said.

Pete Cunningham covers sports for He can be reached at Follow him on Twitter @petcunningham.



Tue, Jun 25, 2013 : 8:57 p.m.

This person went from being a softball coach to a basketball coach? Oh she did have help from the JV coach and also had kids that played AAU basketball. Her Asst. has always been a friend which has change many times over the 7 years. She BLOWS out Teams by 30+ pts No I don't think its about the Parents or the Kids. Why did she have to leave Clinton HS? Two sides to a coin... Why was the State Police taking interviews from former players?. Know the Facts before putting foot in mouth. Wes Gall is about Wes Gall he thinks he owns that program (FB) he is not open for new idea's its his way or no way. You don't need AD"s and you could save about $80'000 a year with out them, Wes gets paid for Football and Softball coaching and his AD pay. They need to have coach's come in that are not Teachers.


Wed, Jun 19, 2013 : 1:38 a.m.

Cori taught my son in the eight grade and was an excellent teacher. Her energy and connection to the kids was obvious then. Her record with the girls BB team speaks for itself. Wes Gall screwed up big and the parents crying are culpable as well. Manchester had a pretty decent boys BB coach a number of years ago and parents pulled the same stunt and ran him out of town. Our boys teams have been mediocre ever since. No where near a state title. Not even a Cascades title. Now the girls can join them. These girls and their parents, and Wes should all read Bo's books and learn about "The Team, The Team, The Team" like coach Cori has been teaching for several years. What a shame to lose such an awesome coach. You get what you sow. Hopefully there will be some pressure applied to Wes Gall to step down as AD since he obviously has no clue. He is a good football coach but not so much as AD.


Wed, Jun 19, 2013 : 12:33 a.m.

Ok first off this article disgusts me on how Cori Kastle made her self come off as a victim. The only victims in this situation are the ones she affected with past inappropriate actions! These comments are all based primarily on what they have read in this article, but funny thing is none of them know the real reason why parents got upset and why she left. Cori Kastel had a spotlight on her due to a situation between her and the law. That is as far into detail I'm going with that. The parents had every right to be concerned when they found out about her past actions. As contray to what you may believe, this coach played favorites & used such inappropriate anger and language towards some players through out her years that were completely unprofessional. Cori Kastel resigned for personal reasons but not mainly for the reasons she states in the article to make her look like a victim. Know the whole story before you bash a community and the parents who where concerned for the safety of their children.

Ronald Marksmith

Tue, Jun 18, 2013 : 5:03 p.m.

I don't live in Manchester, but after reading the comments related to this article I do have a comment of my own. Doesn't anyone in Manchester have the courage to stand up for what they believe in enough to not have to hide behind anonymous posts? Some of you say you are parents in that community. What message does hiding behind anonymous posts send the athletes and other children from your community that may be reading this stuff. People may or may not agree with you, but if you believe it enough to write about have some courage and take credit for it.


Sat, Jun 15, 2013 : 8:48 p.m.

@dudley: "...She is very fortunate to have been allowed to coach a lot of very talented athletes who have worked outside school practices for years and she needs to wake up if she thinks this team's success was dependent on her coaching. .." The best coaches realize the truth in that statement.


Sat, Jun 15, 2013 : 6:03 p.m.

you cannot believe every thing you read in a newspaper article and this one-sided article by a bitter coach is a perfect example. At least Wes Gall is mature enough to not expose and bad talk publicly about her. Obviously a lot of the above comments were made by those who have read the article and have no idea of the situation. Coach Kastel has stated that her reason for resigning was due to lack of support from the community if this tells you anything about her character credibility. The Manchester Lady Dutch basketball team had more fans at the Breslin Center than the other four final schools combined. Sadly her poor judgement in showing up over 2 hours late at the community celebration was not the first time. After winning the school's first regional girls basketball championship, instead of riding home with her team, numerous members of our community saw her celebrating with two players and their families at a bar. Unfortunately this coach has made many more bad decisions and in time they will probably become public knowledge. She is very fortunate to have been allowed to coach a lot of very talented athletes who have worked outside school practices for years and she needs to wake up if she thinks this team's success was dependent on her coaching. If you think you can't win a championship with players who don't respect their coach - you are wrong and kudos to these athletes who had to be the adult in the relationship with their coach and let their determination together triumph over the head games she chose to play. For those of you who slammed these athletes and their parents- ask other Manchester coaches who coached these same girls to record breaking seasons in other sports what they think of this group of athletes and their parents and vice versa what they all think of their coaches- who the problem was becomes obvious. Its too bad one bad coach feels the need to bash the MHS athletics and the Manchester community for her failures.


Sat, Jun 15, 2013 : 2:26 p.m.

When you look at strongest programs in our area you will find strong coaches, good players and supportive parents. Any one of those characteristics fails, the team fails. Hearing all of this makes me wonder how they kept it all together to win a championship. Seems like a very dysfunctional group in Manchester. In the end though, I still point to the parents as being the main culprits in this mess. That may be the reason the coach was resentful and it also may be the reason some of the players resented their coach.


Sat, Jun 15, 2013 : 12:34 a.m.

You don't win with kids that don't like their coach, period. Kids won't play, at a level to win a state title, for a coach that has too much attitude. I'm certain a lot more to the story exists and it'd be interesting to hear from the players or players parents, on the record, not in the comments with anonymous screen names. Bottom line though is you don't win championships with disgruntled players.

Fri, Jun 14, 2013 : 11:54 p.m.

As a parent in the community of Manchester who supports the girls basketball team and their accomplishments, I find Cori Kastel's lack of class disappointing. Seems like it would have been better for her to have aired her dirty laundry in a different forum. How disappointing that she has given the State Championship title a black eye. No doubt that basketball is a team sport, but what is wrong with also recognizing individual accomplishments? And, why then, did Cori Kastel decide it was appropriate to honor certain individual accomplishments and not others? This team did not go as far as they did because they were stacked with selfish players; they were stacked with great athletes. As far as the "lack of support", is Ms. Kastel referring to the fact that she did not get all A's on her report card? I'm sure not all coaches get high marks all the time. Wasn't Ms. Kastel recommended to continue coaching????? Maybe she should have considered all the support the community gave her and the team throughout the season when after winning the State title she showed up 2-3 hours after the community celebration started (with members of the community waiting for her and the trophy to arrive) because she was out to eat with one player's family. She should have been one of the first people to arrive and greet the community members and thank them for all the support!!!!! Go Manchester Girls Basketball—you will continue to have success, and hopefully with a leader who TRULY is in it for the team as a whole.

The walker

Fri, Jun 14, 2013 : 10:52 p.m.

I find it ironic as a member of this community that she wishes she could just celebrate. There was an after party planned and everyone in the community was invited win or lose. As a member in the community who wanted to share the experience with the girls and the team, it's unfortunate coach kastel chose to do other. Showing up at 10:00 with the trophies is unacceptable. I wish to have seen the girls and take a picture with the trophy but unfortunately didn't get that opportunity as I had already left being there two hours. Instead of sharing this time with her team she was celebrating one player..hmm! Not only did she let down the players, she let down the community.


Fri, Jun 14, 2013 : 10:45 p.m.

First off shame on all of you for assuming that everything coach Kastle said was correct. None of you know what that season was like all you know is what she had to say about it and the fact we won the championship! As a player from Manchester we never got the credit we deserved. She wasn't the one who won the championship she was just lucky that she had talent in all of her players on or off the bench! And from what it said in the article she had no intention of resigning this year is a lie, the first practice of the season she said she didn't know if she wanted to come back this year because of the bull crap that us players put her through! Personally I don't think coaches should say that to their players. As the season went on her attitude got worse towards to us, we weren't allowed to give her suggestions to help her but at that point she was so mad from our so called 'attitude' that she kicked us out of 'her' gym. Also you may think that Mr. Gall just wanted Kastle gone, but he was standing up for all of us players and he has always done that throughout the season.

Claude Kershner

Sat, Jun 15, 2013 : 1:35 a.m.

Your team had the Washtenaw player of the year two years in a row. Several of the other players on the team were recognized by post season honors as well. Just what kind of credit were you looking for that you didn't receive? Here is a reality check for you: very few people in life get the opportunity to be on a state championship team. If you really were on this years team enjoy the experience and the memory. It won't happen again in 2014.


Sat, Jun 15, 2013 : 12:30 a.m.

You can't win without strong coaching, no matter how talented the athletes. It seems to me that Coach was making a team out of you, even though it seems that a few kids (and maybe parents?) didn't like it.

Ben there

Fri, Jun 14, 2013 : 11:23 p.m.

FYI, the coach is gone, awards are given out and a state title won. LET IT REST. If any player thinks they can win a championship without a coach they really have issues. From what I witnessed, they needed four coaches to keep them in line because of the "about about me". Hey Manchester, lets celebrate this big title now!


Fri, Jun 14, 2013 : 10:39 p.m.

This article is very one sided if anyone commenting had any insight on the subject then they would think very different. They don't know what the coach had done to get her self into this situation and loose the support. The players are what got the team to the Breslin center because of how talented they were. The girls did not seem to like her. It was for the safety of the girls that many wanted her gone. I just hope that if she ever does get another coaching job that she treats the girls better and more appropriately then she did here.


Fri, Jun 14, 2013 : 10:25 p.m.

From a players perspective I am excited for this season and feel this season will be great! Coach Fether has already proved himself as a better coach.


Wed, Jun 19, 2013 : 1:53 a.m.

Time will tell about a "better coach". A state title is hard to get let alone top. Bo said he treated his players like dogs, equal dogs but dogs and you know what he was pretty successful. Being soft and not hurting feeling is not going to win championships and sure as heck is NOT going to prepare you for the real world. The world is a cut throat place where the strong survive. This was a terrible mistake by Gall. Suck it up and do your job or move on girls. Bo created the sign " Those who stay will be champions" when many where quitting and those who stayed did indeed became champions. These parent have missed a great learning opportunity.


Sat, Jun 15, 2013 : 12:25 a.m.

Nothing against the new coach. But, he's inheriting a state-ranked program that was already developed by the prior coach. At this point, any new coach would look good, at least for a few years.


Fri, Jun 14, 2013 : 10:05 p.m.

State champ coach resigns - cites Gall as issue. Top student, one of states best qb's leaves last year because of problems with Gall. Maybe it's time for people to start looking a little further into Gall's behavior and not just his football teams won lost record.


Sat, Jun 15, 2013 : 2:21 p.m.

One of States best qb? Ha that is funny how did that work out in Chelsea this fall playing football? sure didn't play qb much. That was another crazy ME before the team situation.


Fri, Jun 14, 2013 : 9:46 p.m.

Jeff Lacy-you might want to get out from under that rock you have been hiding under. One thing I do agree with that you said is that people should ask members in the community what they think about Manchester athletics. What they will hear is that change is needed throughout Manchester athletics, from the top and down. Three high school boys basketball coaches in three years? A battle by the AD to prevent soccer from becoming a varsity sport? The first ever Manchester high school state championship coach resigns? and the list goes on. No, there are no problems lol.

jeff lacy

Sat, Jun 15, 2013 : 12:39 a.m.

If you know Manchester at all then you know it is a very traditional town with little change. Yes their are members in the community that don't care for Mr. Gall. but their are also others who would love to see him stay for many more years. Just as any coach or principal or superintendent, their will always be someone that doesn't like you. Did you come and watch a boys basketball game this year? If so, then You would see why this coach was not effective. His system was all about shooting 3's. Talk to some his players and see how his system worked out. they had one win this year. How has Mr. Gall battle soccer? He was very supportive of the soccer team this year. Driving to a couple of the away games and coming to some of the home ones too.(remember he is a jv softball coach, same season as soccer) And when the season ended he waited at the edge of the field for the players to congratulate them. Also at the next day at school congratulated them again over the announcements. If you really think that all what Kastel had to say in this article was true then your very narrow minded and if you think that the reasone for her leaving was from so called "lack of support" from the AD then your clearly not from Manchester and know much of what goes on here. So again talk to someone who actually knows the whole story maybe then you will have something worth while to say.


Fri, Jun 14, 2013 : 10:40 p.m.

Actually, Gall became very supportive of our soccer team, driving almost 2 hours twice to watch our team play in their regional games. He is a fine AD and coach.


Fri, Jun 14, 2013 : 8:30 p.m.

These types of problems are not uncommon. In this day and age you have plenty of kids that participate in both club and high school sports. A young athlete and their parents are often pulled in two directions --- by their club/camp coach ( often times more qualified ) and their school coach, this is especially true in small school districts. I've known athletes that have gone to UM summer camps and learned new techniques only to be slammed by their school coach--- this an't your grandpas high school athletics anymore. The best coaches nowadays understand this dynamic and are willing to work in partnership with all the athletic influences in your young athletes life.

Ben there

Fri, Jun 14, 2013 : 6:21 p.m.

Kind of crazy that for several years the sports teams at Manchester have always complained about this AD. Coaches have come and gone and he is still there.. Hmmm... Words of advise for this AD..if you are going to evaluate your coaches, make sure you give equal treatment... Male or female.


Fri, Jun 14, 2013 : 5:16 p.m.

Someone should release the names of the parents so they can learn....

jeff lacy

Fri, Jun 14, 2013 : 4:45 p.m.

Its so ignorant of all you out their that know little to nothing about the situation, Mr. Gall has done nothing wrong and this has nothing to do with football. He has done great things for Manchester Athletics. Also for MyFiveCents, you don't know one of the girls on that team and for you to say they all have a "Me" attitude is ridiculous. I personally know each one of those girls and I would outright disagree with anyone that made that statement. Each one of those girls is a great team player and wanted nothing but the best for the team. In addition what coach or teacher, with any respect for her team or community goes to a newspaper and releases these kinds of comments about her players and the AD. Isn't this a red flag to anyone? For all you who think this is wrong just talk to a informed member of the community who knows the whole story then I can assure you, you will think differently.


Fri, Jun 14, 2013 : 4:41 p.m.

Come on clearly this coach could have done more and done a better job. After all the team did lose one game all season. SMH.

Laura Jones

Fri, Jun 14, 2013 : 2:42 p.m.

Let the hiring frenzy begin!! Hope we get her in Dexter if our AD isn't going to coach again!

The walker

Fri, Jun 14, 2013 : 10:25 p.m.

Goodluck with that, I hope you get her...people here don't want her!


Fri, Jun 14, 2013 : 1:43 p.m.

Cori Kastel will find a school and community who appreciates her teaching & coaching ability. The Gall brothers. Wes and Ed have and did plenty of damage @ Manchester and Saline by being rigid in their thinking. Move on Cori you have a great coaching future in front of you.


Fri, Jun 14, 2013 : 1:39 p.m.

This is strictly on the shoulders of the AD. It's the AD's job to staff the coaching positions with the best possible coaches. And, it's evident that the AD failed to do so, in this case; even having the best coach, on his staff, and dedicated, and still losing her. This is an embarrassmet to the school district. The principal and school board needs to review the ACTUAL effectiveness of the AD. If's he's so effective, why did he lose a coach like that? If this was a private sector job, it would be similar to an account executive losing a key client. And, chances are, said account exec would not be retained, as a result. As for parents, I believe that most parents are very good, intellegent and respectful; even if they don't know the sport, personally. I think that the issue is only about 1-2 "bad apples," and the AD needs to stand up against them, instead of giving in.


Fri, Jun 14, 2013 : 1:37 p.m.

So winning a state championship is not good enough? Have the good people of Manchester lost their minds?

Geoff Larcom

Fri, Jun 14, 2013 : 1:13 p.m.

I don't have insight into this situation, but I appreciate the in-depth reporting (quoting both sides) by Pete Cunningham on a strange and sad community situation. I had kids in h.s. sports, and was sports editor of the AA News for a dozen years. One motto that emerged was that parents need to wear an "It's Not About Me" T-Shirt.


Fri, Jun 14, 2013 : 8:39 p.m.

Way to Level em'! What.... I had to say it, like you weren't thinking it too! -Your Welcome


Fri, Jun 14, 2013 : 5:59 p.m.

Parents love to live their own failed sports career vicariously through their children. Therein lies most of the problems. It's not the 1980's or 90's anymore parents - let the kids play and be a supporter.

Boots The Kitty

Fri, Jun 14, 2013 : 1:04 p.m.

What can I say? Will this pettiness ever end? Someone did something so good for the community. Why are we knocking it. I don't know the coach personally or any member of the team. But, when you look at all the people in the motor cade that wonderful day, how can anyone be anything but "amazed". We are adults. We need to be good roll models for our kids. Is this being a good role model? I think not. In fact, I wonder if we aren't on the playground ourselves fighting over who gets to play on the swing first!!! One of the reasons I chose to move back to Manchester was the quality of the people living here. Was I mistaken? GO LADY DUTCH AND COACH KASTEL!!!!!!

Craig Lounsbury

Fri, Jun 14, 2013 : 12:28 p.m.

Good coaches are hard to find. High School Athletic Directors are a dime a dozen in my not so humble opinion.


Fri, Jun 14, 2013 : 11:29 a.m.

Entitled parents and players are a problem throughout youth sports. Coach Kastel should have the full support of the AD dealing with problems arising from those parents and players. It appears the AD chose to side with the parents over the Coach. Unless there are serious issues documented about Coach Kastel, the AD should be the one leaving. Coach Kastel seems to not only have coached her team to excellence, but brought invaluable experiences and education to her players and students. The AD, on the other hand, has demonstrated pettiness and a lack of professionalism and loyalty. This is a very unfortunate loss.

Alan Headbloom

Fri, Jun 14, 2013 : 11:11 a.m.

The cream rises to the top. Cori Kastel will find a job where she is appreciated and respected. Too bad for the aspiring young athletes in Manchester who will never benefit from her tutelage.

Claude Kershner

Fri, Jun 14, 2013 : 11:07 a.m.

I followed the Manchester girls all season. The coverage from was fantastic as the team made its way from conference to district to regionals and finally to Breslin. One of the best parts of the story was how the community rallied around the team with a "Hoosier" like quality of support. How sad that this fairy tale season ends up with the coach leaving because of off the court pettiness.

Shawn Letwin

Fri, Jun 14, 2013 : 9:20 a.m.

With winners coming off the court, the teacher/coach kept her focus on her real priority of producing winners in the classroom. What a loss for those who were on the court and the other young woman who would move through her middle school classroom and could of had the additional mentoring on the court in high school. A loss all around for everyone except for the few vocal parents who weren't satisfied. Sad to say it doesn't just happen in Manchester. Dexter is riddled with that same mentality as so many other districts are. She is a young teacher and coach and hopefully the opportunity will present itself that she will lead young ladies on and off the court. Again, no winner because of a few whiners.


Fri, Jun 14, 2013 : 4:59 a.m.

First, congratulations to the coach for her outstanding leadership. I cannot imagine how difficult this would be for her, but I applaud her for taking a stand. It is unfortunate that so many athletes and parents have a "me" over team mentality. Regardless of a good win, parents often only judge how good a coach is based upon how many minutes and accolades their child gets. They often do not understand that playing time is not handed to players but is earned. Seems like the "everyone gets a trophy" mentality has also infused the varsity-level sports. The real losers in all of this are the kids. They obviously lost a great coach. One who is dedicated and comes with the class that is missing within many in her position. The kids are also missing out on life lessons such as that they need to work hard to get things, it takes a team to achieve greatness (read support), and you still play a role on the team even when you aren't on the court. Best of luck to the coach. I hope this opens the eyes of many parents. We need to all ask ourselves, do we sit in the stands and support our children or rather find everything to complain about when things aren't perfect? Let's be our kids' biggest cheerleaders, and more importantly, their best role models.


Fri, Jun 14, 2013 : 2:57 a.m.

As long as Gall is in charge this will continue. Its no coincidence that football rules the roost in Manchester and Gall is the head coach. He can't stand that the first state championship banner to hang from the rafters doesn't say football. Sabotage.


Fri, Jun 14, 2013 : 5:56 p.m.

Grass Lake will continually OWN him in football until he retires. Bank on that. Grass Lake is the team to beat in the Cascades... Manchester tries hard though. Glad to hear the coach isn't backing down, good for her!

Tim Hornton

Fri, Jun 14, 2013 : 2:08 a.m.

Nice article, full of juicy drama and gossip. Meoooooww in Manchester. Nothing beats that Pioneer Bball coach though this year saying how enlightened AA folks are compared to Bedford. I still chuckle at how someone could be that pompous, but if anyone has lived in Ann Arbor for a long time then you actually do know many very self importants.


Fri, Jun 14, 2013 : 2:40 a.m.

Yes, I do remember that. That was ridiculous. And truly embarrassing.


Fri, Jun 14, 2013 : 1:39 a.m.

The entitlement that these kid's and parents have now a days is unbelievable. For such a small district and community to pull something like this is staggering. They should give this women a key to the city, but instead a arrogant A.D wants to nit pick. You would think that a hall of fame football coach in Gall would understand that everything coming out of these parents mouth's is self serving nonsense, but instead he not picks her in a annual evaluation. Kudos to coach Kastel for standing up , she obviously is a great coach and teacher.


Fri, Jun 14, 2013 : 12:41 a.m.

So the parents thought they knew better than the coach. What? that never happens. Good for her. Maybe one of the know it all parents can coach the team now.

Fresh Start

Fri, Jun 14, 2013 : 12:08 a.m.

Good for her! Way to stand up to over bearing parents and the AD. The world needs more LEADERS like Cori Kastel.


Thu, Jun 13, 2013 : 11:40 p.m.

Parents are ruining everything that is good about youth sports.