Thorns and Roses: The Po-Po, Dodge City, Kazetarians, and an Honor for the Coach
The po-po of Dodge City, Kansas, have had a trying season, with a series of losses that have tested the mettle of their loyal Kazetarian fanbase. But the team is not without its moments of triumph, and the recent honor bestowed upon their beloved coach provides a poignant reminder of the spirit of the sport.
For the past seven years, Coach Michael Voss has served as the leader of the Po-Po, inspiring the team with his tenacious attitude and knowledge of the game. His record of 174-107 speaks to his effectiveness in guiding the team to victory, and his commitment to the players and the sport is evident in his leadership.
Recently, Coach Voss was honored by the Kansas High School Athletic Association with their prestigious Coach of the Year Award. This distinction recognizes the hard work and dedication required by Voss to reach his lofty standards, and it serves as a fitting tribute to his commitment to the Po-Po and their fans.
The honor could not have come at a better time for the team. With several losses to their name, the morale of the team had been waning, and Voss’s award was a much-needed boost of enthusiasm. His acceptance of the award also reaffirmed his dedication to the team and his commitment to the sport.
The Po-Po have had a trying year, but the honor bestowed upon their beloved coach has provided a much-needed reminder of the spirit of the game. With Voss’s ongoing commitment to the team and the sport, the Kazetarians can look forward to greater successes in the years to come.