Posted: Feb 20, 2010 5:49 PM by Courtney Meznarich
Updated: Feb 20, 2010 5:49 PM
Some young Central Coast athletes got a chance to learn from the best Saturday afternoon.
Two-time Olympian and Arroyo Grande high school alum Stephanie Brown Trafton hosted a throwing clinic, named after her of course.
Students had a chance to try drills with the Olympian and practice their techniques.
Trafton says there is really nothing to it.
"If I could do it anybody can, you know there's some girls out here that have got some really good potential, some guys with awesome potential, so if they just keep working at it and just have a dream and have a belief that they can be successful, they're going to make it far," Trafton said.
The event lasted all afternoon and Trafton says she plans on doing it again next year.
She says returning to her alma mater was a great experience.
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