Tony Ivy, ICE League Ross Center Boys’ Assistant Coach, has seen the benefits of the ICE League through two lenses. The first is as a parent as both his son and daughter have been student athletes in the one-of-a-kind Muncie League. Now, Ivy is a coach in the League. Ivy, who gets up at 4 a.m. to put in a full work day, has one word to describe how he feels walking into an ICE League practice or game night: Re-energizing. “I would love to have had this League when I was growing up,” Ivy says. “It gives kids a chance to experience new things, even those who may not be as athletic.