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Stick to Sports: Episode VIII

Posted at 10:38 PM, May 24, 2020
and last updated 2020-06-30 14:32:00-04

June 29 Editors note: As we're able to get back outside, we've put Stick to Sports back in the bullpen for now. Thank you for all the submissions!

We want to feature YOUR sports videos on KOAA. Send us a sports-related video, and we will try and feature it during our sportscast.

Check the bottom of the story for information on how to submit your content.

Let's get right into this week's videos...

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Tips and tricks to make sure your video gets serious consideration:
1. Taking the video
- Landscape (turn your phone sideways to record)
2. Who can be in it
- ANYONE: toddlers, kids, high schoolers, college kids, moms, dads, uncles, aunts, grandpas, grandmas
3. Where to send it
- Email the video clip (preferably from your phone or iPad/tablet, no YouTube links) to, tag Dylan Scott (@DylanScott) and Jake Gadon (@JakeGadon_TV) on Twitter, or message Dylan Scott or Jake Gadon on Facebook. We're also following submissions via #SticktoSportsKOAA.
4. What to include
- A write-up of who (names and ages) is featured in the video and what they're doing

We will show the best one of News 5 Sports at 10 p.m. every Sunday.

For Episode VIII, we had some local and national entries.

We start down in Peyton, with 7-year old Logan Becker. On a Par 3, Logan hits a hole in one on the 8th hole of the Antler Creek Golf Course. And of course dad is there to take the picture. If I were you Logan, I would say that ball forever.

Next we have a toddler named Emeryson, who is ready for tee ball season, whenever it will happen. Her swing could use some work, but Emeryson knows practice makes perfect.

We now widen our submissions and head to Wisconsin. It is Tristan Jass with an epic basketball shot from the other side of the court, off the bounce and in. This would never happen in a real game, but the shot itself is legendary.

And our final submission is one you have to see to believe. Chris Dixon is a professional soccer player in New Jersey, but it is his cat that needs to get a new contract. His feline making some insane saves in goal. If I need a goalie in the future, I know who I am calling.

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