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    Background: One Saturday morning in august the first game of the season I attended Midway Park for their open day youth football game of the 8u team and the temperature was about 90 degree and while watching the game after 30 minutes into the game one of the official when down on the field. I was call to the field to administer aid to him. Action: I ran to the field and notice that official had when down due to dehydration and a lack of proper water or Gatorade before entering the field to…

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    Almost every high school has a sports program. Should high schools permanently take away the sports program from students? Yes, sports might get in the way of the students learning experience but these programs show the talents of these students that want to show to everyone. If students are looking into the future and realize with the talent they have could become professional athletes. If they do, college recruiters usually look for athletes at the high school level. If you take these sports…

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    Football Team at PACT We should have a football team at PACT because it will get students in shape, the players will develop better friendships, and football will teach the players important life skills. Students will need to use all 3 of these techniques to be successful in life. When students join the football team, they will do so much better in life than they always have been. Students will want to get in shape, and football is the best way to help them get fit. Students will get in…

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    The Meaning of High School “Particular individuals who might never consider dropping out if they were in a different high school might decide to drop out if they attended a school where many boys and girls did so.” -James S. Coleman. This quote illuminates an unfortunate truth. Imagine a very smart student in school. This female student is in 11th grade and performs well in and out of the class room. Now let’s assume that she has some friends that aren’t so intelligent. Her friends are always…

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    Football was and could be a life changing sport, it was for me at least. A sport that put the world in a whole different aspect from my view. Football has given me a platform, brothers, and a mindset. If I could I would urge every young teen entering high school to join their football team but sad part is football isn’t a sport for everyone. Only the physically capable and mentally tough can withstand four years of high school ball, unless you’re a kicker. In middle school I wasn’t…

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    Why Are Coaches Important

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    taught us about respect and love for the game. He taught us to have confidence and respect for all aspects of the game including opponents and umpires. He set the baseline for my future coaches. Moving into high school I experienced good and bad coaches and learned a lot from both sides. My high school baseball coach may be the single greatest…

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    was a part of was the Danny Lansanah Football/Cheerleading Camp and the Packers & Broncos Cheerleading Camp. Both camps were located at John Harris High School for ages 5-14 and were free with food provided. During both camps my job was to focus on the basic skills you need to learn to become a cheerleader and also make up a routine to teach the girls. The Danny Lansanah Football/Cheerleading Camp was a camp that has gone on every year at John Harris High School. Mrs. Sheena (Danny Lansanah’s…

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    In her article, “The Case Against High School Sports,” Amanda Ripley argues that sports should not be connected to high schools in America. In her argument, Ripley argues that sports lack economic efficiency, increase violence and lower learning levels in American high schools. While Ripley’s argument is well researched and explained, her argument ignores several key factors that also influence American high school sports. Firstly, Ripley compares the American attitude on sports with that of…

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    My High School experience is not what I thought it would be like. For me, High School had its moments but all together my experience was not the best. High school didn’t get better until the last two years of the four. People came and but mostly went the first two years and that was the hardest part for me as I went on with first few years of high school. I have always been the student to squeak by and take the easy way. No matter how bad some days were there was always a day to come after it.…

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    Athletic Injuries In High School High school athletes are prone to experience an injury during their participation of either a contact or non contact sport. An injury is defined as a, “harm or damage : an act or event that causes someone or something to no longer be fully healthy or in good condition” (Merriam Webster). Injuries can be caused by excessive physical conduct in practice or competition . A study was conducted in the 2005-2006 school year, by the Research Institute at Nationwide…

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