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Regis Ranger Athletics Welcome Myles and Jamie to their Program!


  1. 2015 Game Day Gala

    April 2, 2015


People think we’re doing such a great thing for this little girl, but trust me – she’s doing something much greater for each and every one of us.
He is way tougher than any other guy on our team and we all know it.
Having him be part of our program is such a tremendous honor. He is an inspiration and someone who, as adults, can all look up to.
Creating that special bond with him has helped my student-athletes learn responsibility, the true meaning of selflessness.
She’s in a wheelchair, and she’s 15, and obviously that’s a crucial point in a young person’s life, yet she always has a smile on her face.
This boy has inspired everyone our team. His battle with leukemia has helped us realize the power of ‘believing’.
Most of the guys on the team don’t know sign language, so they developed their own language, which is awesome.
Signing with this team has been a true blessing for our entire family.We cannot be more grateful for Team IMPACT.
All of a sudden, he was the kid I remembered, the boy I hadn’t seen in so long.I am more grateful than I can express.

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