High school football

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  • Football Vs High School Football

    With the high school football playoffs coming to a close, the thought of how football has changed over the past 30-years has led me to look for the differences between then and now. Football has been evolving in a Varity of ways, coaches and rules have made great steps forward in player safety, as well as the preparation of the game while still keeping the importance of the game the same. Even though the enthusiasm for High school football 30 years ago and Football today has stayed the same many aspects have changed. The amount of time spent in the offseason and player safety are very different today than it was 30 years ago. I am going to compare the differences that have been noticed between when my father played football 30 years ago compared…

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  • The Importance Of High School Football

    culture diversities. In contrast to all of this Oddessa a small town in texas that only has one particular interest and that is football. The town’s and its resident’s pride all lay on the high school football team much more than the history of the town itself. In the light of this small close knit community the town supports all the little programs it has, alike other small towns. To start of with Odessa does not have much going on in town. Economically its glory days have passed. when the town…

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  • The Benefits Of High School Football

    High School football is something that can’t be just described in just a couple of words. When you go to a High School football game in Texas you can see faithful supporters filling the stands which are waving their hands and homemade signs in support of their team. You hear the cheers and screams from the crowd. You can smell the hot dogs, burgers, pizza, pretzels, and popcorn from the concession stands. The marching band playing loud to match the noise and energy of the crowd. This memory…

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  • The Importance Of Football In High School Football

    Looking across the field, I see all the high school football players walking on the field to practice. Their coach blows the whistle as a warning to hurry up. As I look around, I notice that not all the football players are dressed properly. As I am sitting on the bleachers watching them practice I witness two players get seriously injured. One player, who was the quarterback, got hurt because he was playing without his pads. He dislocated his shoulder because he wasn’t suited up properly for…

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  • High School Football Research Paper

    join their High School’s football team during their Freshman year and never regret their decision. So would you let your kid play if he asked to join? In my personal opinion, if my child asked to play on his school’s team I would gladly say yes. Football has many benefits to offer to a developing child. For example, it can teach kids discipline and teamwork, help build character, and even provide them with financial opportunities later in life. To elaborate on my reasoning, I would let my child…

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  • Personal Narrative: Football In High School

    to come. Everything goes great until we hit our first obstacle which makes us doubt our abilities to succeed; this is very much like football. Football is a game of failures, the more you fail the more you learn. The best learning opportunities come from failing over and over because only then can we as humans learn how to win. My high school was known nationwide as a baseball school. Every year we would have division 1 prospects being signed left and right and some even making…

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  • Toxic Injuries In High School Football

    found that the most catastrophic injuries in high school sports were found in contact sports, such as football and lacrosse. The study Mueller has recorded shows that football is the most dangerous sport relating to catastrophic injuries. There have been over six hundred catastrophic injuries in football, 101 of these fatal, since he initiated the study. Concussions in-particular have made a dramatic jump in the sport of football. In fact, the last three years of football in high schools have…

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  • Should Football Be Allowed In High School

    Many people are debating whether football should be allowed in high schools or not. Some people say it is a healthy activity that keeps children active. It teaches good life lessons that can be used later on in life. Others say it is too dangerous and has too many unknown long-term effects. I believe that football should be allowed in high school. I understand that football can cause serious injuries. One of the most common injuries in football is the concussion. An average of 300,000…

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  • Conversation Between High School And Football

    INTERVIEWEE: How you going to say that? INTERVIEWEE 1: I stay focused, no I played football and that is the only reason I came to school. I was like, I’ll play football and I don’t have to worry about nothing. That’s what they did in high school; they basically passed me because I played football. INTERVIEWEE: Right. INTERVIEWEE 1: I didn’t have any challenge in high school. My mind said, football, I can do whatever I want in college, because that is how they make it seem on TV. They…

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  • High School Football Team Analysis

    that was as close as a family? My high school varsity football team was my second family for three years and even longer because I had grown up with most of these guys. Throughout my high school career, they were there for me through hardships and struggles that came with being a student-athlete. My team was a normal group of guys who cared about each other and supported one another, but as high school football players, there are misconceptions that many people have including that we hate…

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