The WOLA Middle School Girls' basketball team was guided from having a close record of 13-1 to realizing the dream of having a perfect basketball season with a record of 18-0 by the crucial coaching skills of Coach Mabel, Coach Ellen (a substitute coach), two parents of team players, Coach Kay, and Coach Lu. The WOLA defending champions was the team to beat in the 2005-2006 season. The WOLA girls found a way to dig deep within themselves on occasions when they were behind on points and short on energy. The basketball talents of this special group of girls and their coaching staff proved to be as unstoppable as the coming together of natural atmospheric conditions that create a perfect storm.
Robert M Wynn was born in St. Louis, MO. and completed his primary education from kindergarten through grade six in the St. Louis Public School System. He attended grades seven and eight at Cahokia Jr. High School. Robert completed grades nine through twelve at Cahokia High School in Cahokia, IL.
Robert began his college education at the east St. Louis, IL. campus of Southern Illinois University (S.I.U). After a half a year of college he joined the U.S. Army and completed four years of active duty as a military policeman. Robert worked one year in Viet Nam as an MP. He received an honorable discharge from the army and joined a city police department in Northern Virginia and completed 33 years of active duty.
While working as a police officer, Robert attended the American University, School of Justice, in Washington, D.C. part time until he earned a bachelors degree in the administration of Justice.
Robert is the author of Caught Between Coming and Going, also available from Trafford Publishing.