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    athletic and sports and other physical activities have always come so easily to me. I was a track star in middle school. After going into high school I tried football because all my friends were going to join. So I tried out I made the team but I got a concussion before our first game and after returning from my concussion I would get another one the very next day. So I ended up quitting football and tried out for track. I loved it at first but I was taking medicine to help my acne and one of…

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    Riverdale High School offers an overall quality high school experience, but Riverdale’s athletics are regularly struggling. To be specific, Riverdale’s baseball program is struggling. Limited training space, offseason training, and coaching have created a tradition of losing and low numbers. However, these problems are fixable, and a change in the atmosphere could start a new tradition of success. Riverdale Baseball currently has one indoor batting cage, which is shared with the softball…

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    High School Team Analysis

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    I attend a mostly white high school. Although students get along, you usually only find single ethnic groups hanging out together throughout the day. My experience has been that students feel comfortable engaging with groups that look mostly like them. Our school lacks diversity inclusion…..except in a few key areas. These areas include; sports teams, sporting events, activities, charity or working towards a common goal. I have contributed as a leader in each of these areas. Sports…

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    Survey to two academically diverse students. Both students live with both parents and are active in after school activities. The parents are college graduates. The first, Student A, is a fifteen year old, tenth grade student who has academic struggles due to difficulties with reading and language processing. She does not qualify for any assistance in school for reading support. During the school year, her grades range from A 's to D 's. She appears to be an engaged student although if she does…

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    the classroom. From middle school to high school he always took honors classes. His parents pushed Helton excel in the classroom and achieve grades of A’s and B’s. In his middle school graduation, he was ranked in the Top 10 of his graduating class. He was awarded a gold medal to signify his high GPA along with the 10 other students that were on stage. So it was no question that he would go to high school where he could learn even more. He would attend Overton High School the following summer…

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    It was more like playing football then basketball. But after the games we would shake hands and they all very very nice and kind going through the line. This is the only time i have been effected during social activities. In high school it had no effect I was aware of that. The size of my school, or the location could have had an effect, as to why I didn't experience this as much. In college at MSU Great Falls I feel the same way about things as I did in my high school. As we are all aware,…

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    friends and I were always on the search for new music and new genres. Although, our high interest…

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    Especially in teams and in school. Personally when I practice with any of the sport teams I’m in and there is a goal. For example, weight lifting for football and were doing week one for lifting. It is five sets of ten reps and coach told me to do it. Out of my integrity I am going to do as many reps as coach orders me to do. I can’t stand when…

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    their home situation, (Interpersonal) and also the school they are enrolled at (Institutional). Some people are able to participate in a particular sport yet having limited opportunities to do so whereas others may have had opportunities created for them. Individuals tend to play sports within their town or are they live, so if very little sports are available close to home then their access to physical activity is limited. This is the same in a school environment; if students only have a very…

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    Football Injuries

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    Risk Factors of Football Types of Risk Factors Internal Injuries Concussions ACL (Anterior Cruciate Ligament) External Injuries Lacerations What are the risk factors of football? The name itself sends jitters of excitement down the spines of Americans. It is a sport loved by almost everyone. From its famous quarterbacks to wide receivers, Americans adore this sport more than any other. This sport, as the pride of Americans, is football. Alongside the fun and jubilance, football tends to…

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