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Giammattei molded Tartans into champions

Tuesday, April 1, 2014
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Scotia-Glenville was down by three late in the third quarter of the state Class A championship game, and Tartans coach Jim Giammattei never flinched.
“I believe kids do take the personality of their coach, to some extent,” Giammattei said. “If they see me getting rattled, they tighten up.
“Down two, down three, if you’re out of control, why wouldn’t you think that they’d be out of control?”
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