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    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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    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 had the highest totals for football…

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    Did you know that football is the #1 high school sport in the United States? Maybe not for long though. There are imposers who want to ban football from being a high school sport because it causes too many concussions. I disagree with this idea because if a student wants to play, they should be aware of anything that could happen. Also, there is the same chance of getting injured in any other sport. Not just football. If we ban football from being a sport, players would have no practice for the…

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    Beginning high school, I was troubled with how I would fit in the community. I was asked to join the broadcast team during the fall of that year. I decided give it a try since I enjoy technology and videography. I was never too knowledgeable about football, nor would I ever imagine myself running the entire show and announcing the games. I believed I solely belonged behind the scenes. Four years later, I run the entire broadcasting crew, announce every game, and know so much more about football.…

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    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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    The sport of football plays a complex role in the lives of its players; its pros and cons have caused a debate of whether or not adolescents should continue to participate in the sport. Participation in any sport involves the risk of injury, but football seems to be an exception. Many believe that football is an overly-aggressive sport that endangers the players' health. Others argue that the sport's benefits outweigh the risks, helping players build stamina, social skills, and character;…

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    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 everyone on the football team…

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    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 sports are not-beneficial to students,some sports can cause leg inguries ,and or a concussion,also can may or may not cause death. According to the article "What in the name of High School Football?",due to some students sport schedule it causes them to miss classes, with students miss their classes the more their grades are dropping, and students with bad grades can cause them to get kick out of sports.Football is the most dangerous sport to high school students about 28% of 5.5…

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    of walking out on our soccer field in a uniform line next to my best friends. There was something about knowing that we were going to be the best team our school had ever seen was something truly special. Our school is very well known for our football, wrestling, drill team, and softball. Soccer has never really been a sport that other schools were nervous about playing us in, but we were sure that was going to change this year. Our first game of the preseason went exactly how we wanted it too.…

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