Simon Kenton's Ally Niece Injures Knee

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    Simon Kenton's Ally Niece Injures Knee

    One of those cases where I hope the info is dead wrong!!!

    But anyone heard about major injury to major player in northern Kentucky?
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    If you saying the player is at SK then yes it's true

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    Prayers

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    OK before rumors fly and others start the gossip tree. Yes Ally Niece suffered a knee injury tearing her ACL, MCL during summer games. Injuries happen it's part of the game. She has had the surgery and is recovering comfortably. It will be more than likely that the lady pioneers will have her back in uniform mid January.

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    Wish her a speedy recovery. Absolutely hate injuries. They are a part of sports, but they still suck!

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    Best wishes to her on a speedy recovery!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TellItLikeItis View Post
    OK before rumors fly and others start the gossip tree. Yes Ally Niece suffered a knee injury tearing her ACL, MCL during summer games. Injuries happen it's part of the game. She has had the surgery and is recovering comfortably. It will be more than likely that the lady pioneers will have her back in uniform mid January.
    I was hoping it was just rumor or incorrect info. Best of luck to the young lady!

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    I pray that she makes a full recovery. Looking forward to watching her play for the Norse in a couple of years!

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    Ally had surgery last Friday. The road to recovery and the hope to see her play her Senior year everyone pray for a quick recovery.

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    Knees just was not made to play basketball 12 months out of the year. Boys should play Baseball and girls should play Volleyball and or softball. When I grew up, AAU was not around and ACL was nearly heard of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sumoroyal View Post
    Knees just was not made to play basketball 12 months out of the year. Boys should play Baseball and girls should play Volleyball and or softball. When I grew up, AAU was not around and ACL was nearly heard of.

    Agree with you in general, but in this case Niece was not playing aau this summer. I asked her specifically if she felt fatigued in any way, and she said she felt strong. I wish the girls specifically would spend less time on the court, and more time in the weight room training specifically to avoid these injuries (Acl/Mcl injuries more common to females). Does your program have strength training?

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    One difference I see is when I was in high school (mid 70S) girls basketball was very slow. Not the speed up and down the court and stopping and starting quickly like they do today. They only played during season except for backyard and street games in the summer. So I think that's why a lot more injured knees these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pioneer.Pride View Post
    Agree with you in general, but in this case Niece was not playing aau this summer. I asked her specifically if she felt fatigued in any way, and she said she felt strong. I wish the girls specifically would spend less time on the court, and more time in the weight room training specifically to avoid these injuries (Acl/Mcl injuries more common to females). Does your program have strength training?
    Yes, Mason has a very good weight training program for both programs. I believe they even have a weight lifting class. I have bad knees and doctors have tod me that knees to rest or at least do other sports to use different muscles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roger482ky View Post
    One difference I see is when I was in high school (mid 70S) girls basketball was very slow. Not the speed up and down the court and stopping and starting quickly like they do today. They only played during season except for backyard and street games in the summer. So I think that's why a lot more injured knees these days.
    I totally agree with you on the speed of the game and girls are much better athletics and quicker which means cuts are athletic and sharper.

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