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Posted By iamincontrol | July 15, 2014
One of the most important parts of my high school career was athletics. Throughout high school I participated in volleyball, soccer, and softball. Volleyball and softball had been sports that I had played practically my whole life. Soccer, on the other hand, I had never competitively played until my sophomore year in high school. By the end of my three years of soccer I was so sad that it was over. I had improved so much over that time and wished I could have played longer. Soccer helped me make strong friendships and a strong body. I have never been more in shape in my life than when I was out for soccer.
Athletics are a great way to stay in shape, make new friends and spend time with old ones, and also another way to stay out of trouble. Even if athletics aren’t your forte, there are other high school groups that students can get involved with. Athletics just have the added bonus of improving your fitness. My experience also taught me it’s great to try new things because you may find out that you really enjoy it!
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