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Re: [IP] re:b-ball discrimination

Could you express your concerns to the JV coach? He may be able to put 
in a good word for your son with the Varsity coach. You might also find 
out the real reason. If it is discrimination, you could talk to the 
athletic director or principal.


Kara wrote:

>My child starts on the JV team.  He is a really good three point shooter.
>But, for some reason from day one the varsity coach has wanted nothing to do
>with my child and won't give him a chance.  My child had a meeting with the
>coach and he pretty much came out and said that he didn't want my child to go
>out for b-ball next year and that if he did he would be cut.
>I don't want to sound like one of those moms that thinks her kid is the best
>but really they aren't.  But really something just doesn't make sense.  He is
>the leading, or one of the leading, scorers out of all the JV and Varsity
>kids. I heard  the JV coach say that my child was the best scorer that our
>school had seen in 10 years.  So something just doesn't make sense and not
>sure what to do about it.  When my child met with the varsity coach he said
>that he was too weak and would never be able to get a shot off on the varsity
>level, even though they have never given him a chance.
>Really, am I just being one of those moms or does it sound fishy to you guys
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