Soccer has always been a sport that I’ve loved throughout my childhood. I’ve watched superstars like Sami Aljaber and Yousf Althunyan put on epic performances through the expression of soccer. However, I never truly understood what soccer could do for me until I signed up for my first soccer team. It was in high school, and I was only sixteen years old at the time. I was very excited to have my own team, and to have my statistics being recorded throughout the season. I definitely wanted to test my skills on the soccer field against true competitors that wanted to win just as badly as I did. There were local schools that we had to compete against, and then if we made it far enough, we would get to compete at the state and national levels. When I signed up for my high school soccer team, I truly didn’t know what to expect. I expected to have some fun with my new teammates and friends, but I didn’t realize that it would teach me a valuable life lesson about hard work and discipline. This paper will explain the ups and downs that I’ve had throughout my high school soccer years, and how it helped me become a better person today by instilling positive traits such as hard work, determination, and discipline.
If someone wants to describe me they would describe me as a hardworking, respectful, and helpful person. My grades, and work towards challenging tasks define me as a hardworking person. I have always worked hard to achieve my goal whether it is for grades, extracurricular activities, or community service. I believe that hard work never goes to waste. My parents would also describe me as hardworking perosn because they have always seen me studying hard and maintaining my officers position in the club.
I am a diligent person, I tend to give all my work my 100% and try to perfect everything that I do. Whether it be school work, chores, or volunteer work, I try to complete the work on time and to the best of my ability.
Soccer is my favorite sport, no I don’t watch it on tv, nor do I have a favorite soccer team. So, it all started when I was eight years old I believe I told my mom that I didn’t want to do a certain thing anymore and that I wanted to play a sport a.k.a soccer. She of course told me sure. So she signed me up for soccer a couple of days later. I was so happy I was jumping up and down with excitement. Little did I know that I would love the sport. So, the day of the first soccer practice I was nervous I never done anything with the team and I had these questions running in my head like what if no one likes you here? Or what if you like the sport? Or what if you aren’t even good enough ? but I let these questions slide and I had learned how to play the sport. In that amount of time I thought no more like Challenged myself and said “ Cassie you can do this you are going to be apart of this team and you are going to be the best.” From then on I challenged myself, I practiced almost all the
I fell in love with the competition, the strength, the reliance on others, the character building, the relationships, being humble in victory, and graceful in defeat. Playing a team sport, and being raised in a family that has been all soccer all the time means that one of my main, and favorite, teachers have been the beautiful game. While I knew I had let my whole team down, after the countless losses I had been a part of, I was able to quickly put the defeat aside and remember that winning games never make anyone better. It is the losses and failures that mold me not only into a better athlete but into a better
Over the years, playing soccer has taught me what it takes to succeed. From months of tough practices, I have gained a hard work ethic. From my coaches and fellow teammates, I have learned to work well with others in a group, as it is necessary to cooperate with teammates on the playing field. But most important, I have also gained self-confidence. If I fail, it doesn't' t matter if they mock or ridicule me; I will simply try again and do it better. I realize that it is necessary to risk failure in order to gain success. The
Everyone has that certain thing that makes them who they are. That certain thing for me is soccer. It’s my hobby, my biggest interest, and my passion. Soccer isn’t just a sport for me, it’s my life. It has been part of my life for as long as I can remember. I have played the intriguing game of soccer since I was four years old, and I have loved it ever since.
As a child, I grew up playing softball and that 's it. My mom played softball, my cousins played softball. It’s just all I knew. When I reached the seventh grade at Gardner Dickinson (my elementary and middle school), my friends all played soccer and I reluctantly joined as well. Each year I had my ups and downs with soccer, but it grew to be a part of who I am and has taught me a lot of things. For example, to try new things, to work hard, to never give up, and to step up and be a leader.
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I am a great learner as a student, I love to sometimes see if I can be moving around to learn better. I'm a kinesthetic learner and I love to move I'm a left side brain person I love to be careful and pay attention I'm deadline driven I always pay attention to all The details.Just to have a great grade with my teachers I love to make sure that I'm getting notes down. So I can study I love to have a great teacher that knows how to make a school. I'm red ,because I’m super aggressive. I do well in aggressive areas and, I Need to be paying attention ,because I need to be highly aggressive . the best that I can have great grades and succeed in the next grade, because I want to succeed in the world. To go into college, I Want go to C.U where
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One hobby that I enjoy doing is playing soccer. I have been playing soccer since I was in the second grade. I originally started playing soccer for our local AYSO club. Unfortunately, before long I realized that my towns AYSO club wasn't very good. I always seemed frustrated with the AYSO team; therefore, I knew I wanted to switch teams. My family and others watched me play, and they said I was excellent. It was then, that I tried out for the Birch Run Elite travel team. Robert Oberski, a previous AYSO coach, was my new soccer coach. When I first started playing soccer, I was a forward and midfielder; now, I am a defender and midfielder. I have actually played all of the positions on the field, at one point or another. My current coach says
Soccer is not only a sport for me, but also my childhood. I remember that when I was a little boy, I followed my older brothers and their friends to play soccer every day. We did not have the soccer fields. We played soccer on the quite streets or on the fields, not soccer fields, wherever we had spaces to run and control the ball. Because of I came a person like soccer. I like to play and watch others play it. Soccer is running is my blood. I am really interested in the soccer.