Created with Sketch.
Dax Myhand "the Legend"
33 minutes | 4 years ago
Episode 24b – Darron Boatright – Part 2
Darron Boatright is a native of Marshall County and was named Director of Athletics at Wichita State in 2016 after serving as the department’s chief operating officer, then interim director, since April 2015. Darron discusses the lessons he learned from his dad while coaching his own son and the challenges of Mark Gottfried to add value to a program while at Murray State University, then onto the wild west atmosphere of the SEC (Southeastern Conference) and the University of Alabama. There are somethings you do for a paycheck and Darron will tell you there are others that you do for the love of a sport he reveals a personal project and discovery he made that spans generations of Legendary National Championship Basketball Coaches. Follow Darron on twitter This is PART 2. To Listen to Part 1 click here Support the podcast by becoming an Active Listener.
36 minutes | 4 years ago
Episode 26 – Sean Trinque – Collegiate Mountain Biking
Sean Trinque (pronounced Trank) is the Varsity Mountain Bike Head Coach at Union College in Barbourville, Kentucky. Coach Trinque has a history of success as a racer and now as a collegiate coach. Though he represents Union College, Coach Sean describes the landscape of mountain biking opportunities at different levels for those that are interested in pursuing mountain biking while obtaining a college education. He is quite frank in setting the expectations of a Student-Athlete and provides some great advice for all students male and female that are pursing a college education. The Union College Cycling Team is based out of Barbourville, KY and has been a sponsored varsity college cycling program since 1998 @UnionCollegeCycling
43 minutes | 4 years ago
Episode 25 – Kim Robinson – Snap Fitness Benton
@snapfitnessbenton What does the baton twirling, fitness competitions and competitive long distance running have in common? Today’s guest on the Dax Myahnd Podcast, Kim Robinson. Kim Robinson is competitive to the core and has a huge passion for health, fitness and sport. She has a Bachelor degree in Exercise Science, Health & Fitness from Ball State University and is opening a Snap Fitness in Benton, Kentucky. As personal trainer she desires to to educate, inspire and empower others to pursue a healthy active lifestyle through exercise and nutrition. She describes the importance of goal setting to success. Kim tells her story how she overcame early criticism and used it as a driving force to develop her craft and become a featured twirler performing in front of crowds in excess of 100,000, in venues such as the Big House and the RCA Dome.
46 minutes | 4 years ago
Episode 24 – Darron Boatright, Wichita State Athletic Director – No Stone Left Unturned
Darron Boatright is a native of Marshall County and was named Director of Athletics at Wichita State in 2016 after serving as the department’s chief operating officer, then interim director, since April 2015. Darron discusses the lessons he learned from his dad while coaching his own son and the challenges of Mark Gottfried to add value to a program while at Murray State University, then onto the wild west atmosphere of the SEC (Southeastern Conference) and the University of Alabama. There are somethings you do for a paycheck and Darron will tell you there are others that you do for the love of a sport he reveals a personal project and discovery he made that spans generations of Legendary National Championship Basketball Coaches. Support the podcast by becoming an Active Listener.
67 minutes | 4 years ago
Allan Hatcher – Marshall County High School Boys Basketball Coach – Region 1 Royalty
Allan Hatcher coached the Marshall County High School Boys Basketball team for 6 seasons and won 4 Regional championships. Willie Akers, Jerry West, Joe B. Hall, Rick Pitino, C.M. Newton, Terry Birdsong, John Solomon, Mitch Cothran and Barry Goheen are just a few of the people mentioned in this interview. These were exciting times in the Marshall County High School Basketball programs where the teams played consistently in front crowds exceeding 5,000 people. Coach Hatcher talks about the importance of community involvement, playing tough competition and his efforts that prepared players to be successful in their adult roles and responsibilities.
36 minutes | 4 years ago
Burlin Brower – What I Really Like About Coaching
Burlin Brower, McCracken County High School Boys Basketball Coach. Burlin talks about building a program which prepares students to be successful beyond college. He explains the importance of young players receiving the right kind of instruction so they can develop properly.
30 minutes | 4 years ago
Terry Birdsong’s Formula for How to Gauge Success
We put Terry Birdsong’s formula for success to the test by replaying the interview created two years ago. You be the judge. Check out his Facebook page, I think you will agree his formula works.
22 minutes | 4 years ago
Episode 22 – Marshall County Beat Oak Hill Academy
Mitch Cothran dribbles while Dax watches from the bench. Mitch Cothran is one of the all-time great shooting guards for the boy’s basketball team at Marshall County High School. Mitch played during the Coach Hatcher era and talks about the atmosphere when Marshall County played Graves County, Oak Hill Academy and other highly ranked competitors. Many players from those teams went on to play Division 1 basketball and in the NBA.
46 minutes | 5 years ago
Episode 21 – Dennis Foust – Mike Miller Park, Mountain Biking and the Return of Little Dribblers
Marshall County Athletic Hall of Fame Inductee, Dax Myhand does a follow up interview with Dennis Foust. In Episode 10 you can reflect on how Dennis was in a life and career transition. You will be inspired when you hear the actions of one man’s quest to build on past and current successes inside a community. Dennis discusses the plans for Mike Miller park and key drivers that have inspired him to be involved in bringing together a volunteer oriented community that will promote economic development while investing in the youth of our community and giving tribute to those that have made it possible. Dennis talks about creating a home for the Marshall County High School Mountain Biking team and why he is bringing back the feeder program for the Marshall County Little League Basketball program. The Marshall County Little Dribblers is an exciting program that taught a generation of Marshals and Lady Marshals how to handle a basketball and is for children in grade K-2. Marshall County Little Dribbler Registration – October 29 MCHS Gym http://www.marshallcountylittleleague.com/little-dribblers You can contact Dennis by email at firstname.lastname@example.org You can also support the Marshall County High School Mountain Biking team www.mcmountainbiking.com. Dax interviewed Steve Beckett on Episode 15.
25 minutes | 5 years ago
Episode 20 – Barney Thweatt – Brewers Redmen and Christian County Colonels – Part 2
Barney Thweatt is the common thread that ties a tradition of great Marshall County Basketball to the powerhouse known as the Christian County Colonels. Success has been a constant companion of Barney Thweatt. Barney Thweatt was a member of the 1947 State Runner-up and 1948 State Champion Brewers Redmen team. Barney’s team was ranked number one all year and went undefeated in 1948. In fact, Brewers is the last undefeated Kentucky Boys High School Basketball team to be crowned State Champions.
Terms of Service
Do Not Sell My Personal Information
© Stitcher 2021