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Old Thu Sep 18, 2008, 07:25pm
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Originally Posted by bbsbvb83 View Post
Perhaps I am alone in my assessment.
While I certainly agree that high school athletics are an extension of the classroom (in that both athletic and academic experiences involve the learning process, and that both can build character), I still see a volleyball court as a much different atmosphere than a classroom. Think about your favorite class from high school. Come on... it hasn't been that long... even for an old-timer. Now think about the most exciting volleyball match you have ever seen... with outstanding physical accomplishments, roaring crowds, media coverage, emotions running high, etc. Do you still think they have the same atmosphere?

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