The Fight

The Fight

The Fight
To play lacrosse for a middle school team was a true passion when I was in elementary
school. In my mind, lacrosse was the center of everything. It was my fun, and it was always on
my mind. To play on a middle school lacrosse team, however, I had to be in middle school.
This rule made me furious when I was in fifth grade: my last year in elementary school. Then I
started sixth grade, and things were a little bit different.
Finally old enough to play sports on a middle school team, I prayed every night that I
would make the lacrosse team. Every day after school I would play lacrosse in a small grassy
field not far from my house with my best friends: Tom, Jeff, Matt, Kevin, and Josh. We would
practice from the time that we got home from school, until our parents made us come inside for
dinner. Each time we played we had more fun than the time before, and simultaneously became
rather good at lacrosse. Making the team was a goal deeply embedded in my heart. However,
subconsciously I felt that I would make the team.
Before I knew
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