She’d be the Lebron James of future blogger/daughter mentor 8th graders. Not even a Wes Anderson joint, but something you might see as part of a museum exhibit before you head to the dinosaur section. It’ll also allow me to incorporate “fist bump these hoes” into my general lexicon, as this is a phrase I never knew I’ve always needed in my life until I actually saw it. Weekly updates about all the pop culture, race & politics, Bougie Black People™ shit, and other grand tomfoolery we cover here on VSB. The student may only play one of the two years of Junior Varsity Level.The player can play 8th Grade or Middle School Level (If offered, as it is not VHSL Sanctioned).My question is can Junior and Seniors legally play on JV teams? And is there a way to report favoritism from a coach who seems to play friends' kids before others - who have more experience and are more talented. I've been perusing the VHSL handbook for the answer. My daughters private school only has varsity softball because they don't have enough kids for a JV.
If there were some sort of draft lottery for future VSB contributors and editors — and future mentors for my daughter — this kid (who I’m assuming is a girl) would be the first pick.
You only get 8 semesters to graduate and praticipate in sports. If you repeat 9th grade - then by the time he/she is a senior you will have completed the 8 semesters of athletic eligibility. My son's middle school didn't have a football team so it was either pop warner or high school. He has been playing football since he was 4 years old nerf ball, wrestling, and track/field.