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    My Basketball Experience

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    so I thought I had a good shot at making it. To my disappointment I soon found out it 's not what you know, it 's who you know. The team was already made up before tryouts. Me being cut from the middle school…

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    She couldn’t believe she had actually gotten this far and was actually trying out to be the cheerleader she had wanted to be for so long. She was so nervous at the clinics and the day of tryouts. She didn’t know what to expect and she didn’t want to make a bad first impression. Paisley shoved all of that to the side so that it wouldn’t get in the way of her fulfilling her ambition. She wanted to show that judges and the coach the best that…

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    television. If she wants to perform well during team tryouts, she may watch professional players of the particular sport and try to imitate some of the good plays made during a game. If all the four factors are taken into account, then she will be able to imitate the plays she saw in her team tryouts. But it could also go the opposite way if she were to imitate the wrong plays made during the game. She could then make incorrect plays during her team tryouts and eventually being turned down from…

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    Try Out In High School

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    first round of tryouts were two days long after school and the second round was one day. Out of the 34 kids that tried out, ten would be cut in the first round. On the first day of tryouts, we were doing all kinds of passing, shooting, running, and juggling drills, and I had felt like I was playing better than everybody else. On the second day, we were doing defense drills and penalty shots, and because I had felt like I had played well, I didn’t give it 100% effort. After the two tryouts,…

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    though I did not know it was pneumonia the the time, and unfortunately had bend timbers soccer tryouts that week! I was in my bed all day long and feared that I may not be able to attend the tryouts, and wouldn't make the team. My body told me I couldn't try out but my mind told me I couldn't give up. It was a Monday when I got sick, so I told myself that there was nothing to worry about, tryouts weren't until Wednesday, but when I couldn't get out of bed on tuesday all my thoughts started…

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    It was a month before tryouts, on a windy Sunday afternoon. I was in my neighbor's backyard, which has a basketball hoop. In 7th grade I didn’t have the best year for basketball even though I made A team. This year I had to make sure this was different. I was practicing as I had been for the previous couple weeks, working on my jump shot, my contested layups, and free throws. I had a strict schedule where I would practice for at least 2 hours a day. I knew there was a good chance I would make…

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    mistakes by the players can be made in tryouts because of how nervous you can get because this is your one and only shot at making the team and if you have a bad day, your definitely not going to make the team. You have limited tryout times and there are tons of other players the coaches can choose from and to add even more pressure, there are sometimes multiple teams offering a kid a spot on their team because they are that good. The major downfall for tryouts is that the coach is forced to…

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    and the wind blew a cool breeze. It was not softball weather. So we had tryouts inside the school gym. I was nervous but I knew I would need to stay positive and try my best. We started with fielding then pop flies, both went well. Then it was time for hitting and this time we had the varsity girls pitching to us and I was ready. This time I did very well and I hit every ball. I felt so relieved to get it over with. The tryouts were over and the coaches said they would have our results in…

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    to play it all the time. I remember being so excited for tryouts when I was in 7th grade. It was the first week of school and tryouts were 3 days long. I remember thinking to myself that 3 days was going to seem like an eternity, and it did. Volleyball has taught me a lot about failure and how to come back from it. From playing volleyball you learn that not everything always works out and that's okay. The first day of tryouts in 7th grade I was as nervous as anyone could ever be. I…

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    Volleyball Game Analysis

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    In ninth grade I started to play Volleyball for my school team. At tryouts it was evident that I was a new student to the game of volleyball but my friend and I left tryouts that day with a resolve to practice every second we had free. We made a pact to work on and practice the techniques taught to us by the coaches and the experienced players. Low and behold I made the junior varsity team. The coaches told me that, with practice I would become a great volleyball player. That statement alone…

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