You shoot, you score! Or maybe you were swinging a bat. Were you spiking a volleyball or kicking a soccer ball? When it comes to high school, there are tons of sports that are offered. From tennis to basketball to baseball, can we guess which sport you played in high school?
Athletics are a huge part of American culture. When it comes to professional sports, you'll find that most of the population watch football, baseball, and basketball. These sports are followed by ice hockey and tennis. While these might be the focus at the professional level, you're certain to find even more sports at the high school level. Teens are also playing soccer, golf, lacrosse, and volleyball. While these sports might've just served to fuel your competitive nature, they probably have even deeper meanings about aspects of your personality.
Volleyball players show a level of unparalleled determination. Whether they're sacrificing their bodies by diving to the floor or spending hours trying to nail the perfect serve, their players are unrelenting. If you're versatile and easily adaptable, you might've spent your younger years playing basketball. Rather, are you fast and strategic like a tennis player? There's only one way to find out!
While you might just love the sport you play, there's a big chance that it mirrors aspects of your personality. From your favorite year of high school to the kind of car you wanted to drive, can we guess which high school sport you played? Let's find out!
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