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Positive Coaching Alliance focuses on teaching life lessons while preparing teams to win on scoreboard

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“Positive Is Powerful”

Among being part of Positive Coaching Alliance, Athletic Coordinator/Head Football Coach, Joe Frank Martinez, Travis Rebel football players participate in annual volunteer events like Special Olympics Field Day, Thanksgiving lunch at AISD's Dawson Elementary, and most notably, wearing pink on the football field during October's Breast Cancer Awareness Month in exchange for writing letters of encouragement to those suffering through this disease. Martinez started this new Rebel tradition nine years ago after his sister was diagnosed.

Among being part of Positive Coaching Alliance, Athletic Coordinator/Head Football Coach, Joe Frank Martinez, Travis Rebel football players participate in annual volunteer events like Special Olympics Field Day, Thanksgiving lunch at AISD's Dawson Elementary, and most notably, wearing pink on the football field during October's Breast Cancer Awareness Month in exchange for writing letters of encouragement to those suffering through this disease. Martinez started this new Rebel tradition nine years ago after his sister was diagnosed.

By Gisel Alvarez

Among being part of Positive Coaching Alliance, Athletic Coordinator/Head Football Coach, Joe Frank Martinez, Travis Rebel football players participate in annual volunteer events like Special Olympics Field Day, Thanksgiving lunch at AISD's Dawson Elementary, and most notably, wearing pink on the football field during October's Breast Cancer Awareness Month in exchange for writing letters of encouragement to those suffering through this disease. Martinez started this new Rebel tradition nine years ago after his sister was diagnosed.

By Gisel Alvarez

By Gisel Alvarez

Among being part of Positive Coaching Alliance, Athletic Coordinator/Head Football Coach, Joe Frank Martinez, Travis Rebel football players participate in annual volunteer events like Special Olympics Field Day, Thanksgiving lunch at AISD's Dawson Elementary, and most notably, wearing pink on the football field during October's Breast Cancer Awareness Month in exchange for writing letters of encouragement to those suffering through this disease. Martinez started this new Rebel tradition nine years ago after his sister was diagnosed.


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