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factchecker

Centerview, MO

#21 Jun 19, 2012
Cpv wrote:
<quoted text>He was a member of the b- ball team and track. Though the team never won state he was a member of the team during several conference and district wins. He dominated the one mile run in track. People would drop out of the race if they knew he was running. Out of 93 total mile runs he only lost 5. Post high school he is a two time Colorado powerlifting champion, a Golden Glove Boxer, and retired mma fighter. Now who wants to say something?
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one mad mom

United States

#22 Aug 15, 2013
I just wanna know why a junior in hs who never misses practice gives it her all is on the volleyball jv team again while there's freshman and sophomore girls on the varsity team. I think its crap cuz all the have the coaches, teachers, sheriffs, or other family that work at that school and town are the ones with the girls on the varsity team. They are also all the starters. Volleyball is my daughters favorite sport and i can see she's starting to give up playing.
Proud Dad

Columbia, MO

#23 Jan 4, 2017
one mad mom wrote:
I just wanna know why a junior in hs who never misses practice gives it her all is on the volleyball jv team again while there's freshman and sophomore girls on the varsity team. I think its crap cuz all the have the coaches, teachers, sheriffs, or other family that work at that school and town are the ones with the girls on the varsity team. They are also all the starters. Volleyball is my daughters favorite sport and i can see she's starting to give up playing.
Never missing practice is admirable. Giving it your all is what we all want from our athletes. The reality that you seem to be missing is the simple fact that you, yourself never mentioned that she was any good. I love how some people always go to the last name, money, position, etc. CARD whenever their child simply does not measure up to the abilities of others. Sports is the great equalizer concerning age, economic status, name, etc. What coach is not going to play their best athletes unless there is academic or behavior issues? Genetics, aptitude, and environmental influences (practicing or encouraging your child) have a lot to do athletic success. Parents blaming others, usually explains 90 percent of the problem.

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