The speakers will be coaches from high schools and universities throughout the state.
Cost for the event is $70, and lunch is provided. Registration information is available online at www.equallyfit.net.
BULLDOGS WIN ARKANSAS TOURNEY
The Edmond Memorial boys' soccer team won the 2013 Wampus Cat Invitational in Conway, Ark., last weekend and knocked off nationally ranked Springdale, Ark., High School in the title game.
Springdale, the 2012 Arkansas state champions, had been unbeaten before losing to the Bulldogs in a shootout on Saturday.
Edmond Memorial posted wins over Springdale Harber High School and host Conway in its first two games. The Bulldogs also defeated Harber in a shootout.
“I think we got the best keeper in the state,” Edmond Memorial coach Jeff Lovett said of Bulldogs' goal keeper, Evan Helker, who has signed with Oklahoma Christian University. “Anytime we go to penalty kicks we feel pretty confident.”
Edmond Memorial won both of its shootouts by a score of 4-3.
Lovett also praised the play of the Bulldogs' Troy and Tristan Tippeonnic, Sam Arnold, Robert Decker and Bryce and Braxton Pickard in the tourney.
Edmond Memorial, 4-2 on the season, now hosts defending state and national champion Norman North in a huge district showdown on Tuesday night.
“Honestly, I think Norman North and us are probably the two best teams in the district so winning this game would kind of put us in the driver's seat,” Lovett said.
Game time is 8 p.m. at Edmond Memorial High School following the girls game at 6 p.m.
Edmond Memorial's girls are 3-0 on the season with victories over Edmond Santa Fe and defending state runner-up Edmond North, which won state titles in 2010 and 2011.