|To the Editor: Messaros a great asset to Elmwood|
|Written by Diane, Mark and Max Zyski|
|Tuesday, 17 January 2012 11:17|
I would like write to the Elmwood Schools, Staff, Coaches, Athletes, and Community Members. We at Elmwood are very lucky to have trainer Mike Messaros. Mike has been a great asset to the Athletic Program at Elmwood High School. Sometimes dedication of individuals get overlooked and we would like to make sure Mike isn't one of them. Mike has put complete dedication into his job and sometimes things happen to remind us of them. We recently had a injury on the court that turned most spectators heads, it only look Mike seconds to respond, help the Athlete, and relieve his pain, and have him back on the court in only a few minutes playing again to full capacity. The quote from the athlete was "Thank God it happened on our home court, couldn't imagine how long I would have had that pain if Mike wasn't there."
Mike is very important to the athletes, coaches, and us as parents. Mike has been at Elmwood many years, I know with our son alone he has spent many hours helping him recover and never has acted like he or we were asking to much. He has been a very important part of Max's basketball career at Elmwood from 7th grade ankle problems, to 9th grade Elbow injury's to now being a senior and a head turning finger injury. Thank you Mike Messaros you are the best in the land!
and Max Zyski
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