Kathy: Good afternoon this is Kathy Henderson
reporting to you live form the University of Midvale with the latest news about sports.
Let’s go talk with the coach and see what she has to say about this coming up season!
Coach White: Good afternoon I’m the coach of the Midvale Kraze Tigers football and softball
team you can call me coach white! Kathy: How do you think
the tigers are looking this season Coach White?
Coach White: Good we have some work to do but we are getting better every day!
Kathy: Do you think this season could be the year ya’ll go to the champion ship?
Coach White: Were just going to keep working hard, and maybe we can pull it off, now let’s
meet out two star players for football and softball.
Harley: Hi, my name is Harley Jones. I play for the Midvale Kraze Tigers softball team
.I am the catcher and third in the batters lineup. I’m number 30.
Kathy: How do you think we are looking this season?
Harley: I think we look good has long has we stay focused and hydrated, we could make
it to the championship this year. Kathy: We’ll thank you, now let’s get
to our star football player! Nick: Hi I’m name is Nick Armstrong I’m
center for the first string Kraze Tigers and I am number 51.
Coach White: sorry Kathy Harley and I have to get back to practice!
Nick: me too! Kathy: Well thank you this is Kathy Henderson
from channel 129 news lets go back to **screams (oh my head)
Coach White: OH NO! Are you okay? Nick: CALL 911! HURRY! Coach White!!
Coach White: I’m already on the phone! (We need an ambulance at the Midvale Kraze Tigers
practice field. TO THE HOSPITAL!
AMBULANANCE SIRENS Dr. Josie and Dr. Ansley: What happened!
Dr. Nye: We think she has a concussion Dr. Josie: When you think of a beating heart
you might assume it beats at a regular intervals in actuality, velocity and pressure change
with every beat, and every beat is different. Dr. Ansley, Dr. Norden Huang invented a set
of algorithms that can be used to analyze data sets for a wide variety of applications.
Dr. Nye: While NASA designed the technology for structural damage detection, like nondestructive
testing of the space shuttles, the applications outside of NASA are nearly limitless. We are
using DynaDx right here in the hospital to check patients for strokes, concussions and
dementia. I have been working on another way we could use this technology outside the medical
industry. I’ve been working on use this technology to check air conditioning units
for Freon leaks. This will help reduce the release of dangerous gases.
Harley: What Happened?! Dr. Nye: You have a concussion!
Harley: “wait, wait, wait, wait, what happened?” Dr. Nye: You slid into home and the catcher
missed the ball and you got hit in the head but you’re going to be alright.
Harley: Thank you God for helping me through!