Is playing in powder puff an independent decision for fall athletes?
Shelby Huebschle a woman’s soccer player this fall thinks that fall athletes should have a choice in whether or not to play powder puff. Huebschle say’s ” I think we are only in high school once we should be able to do whatever we want.” Abby Brown another Amelia woman soccer player thinks that the coaching staff has a valid point in not wanting the players to play, but Brown say’s “I think we should be able to make our own decision, especially because we already payed the $20 fee.”
Justin Tavner a cross country runner thinks that a coach shouldn’t have control in what you do outside of school or outside of school sports. Tavner is not being restricted from any activity he is just saying his input. Cage Meyer a varsity football player thinks that anyone should be able to do powder puff because its basically a personal event that none of the coaches have a part in. Meyer says “A coach shouldn’t have a say in what you do outside of school sports. Bobby Wilmoth another football player thinks you should be able to do what you want because your coaches only coach the sport they get paid to coach.