How High School Athletes Prove Themselves

Tell us how you prove yourself for a chance to win an iPad

Whether it’s making varsity, nailing a game-winning 3-pointer at state or anything in between, every athlete knows how they proved themselves in sports.

For the past three weeks, we’ve asked you to share your “Prove Yourself” moment for a chance to win an iPad. And the answers have been too good not to share.

So each day from now until the Everything To Prove Sweepstakes ends on Jan. 8, we’ll be sharing some of your most inspirational “Prove Yourself” moments.

Share your “Prove Yourself” moment here for a chance to win an iPad.

Making captain on the varsity team.
– James Ryan, Pope John XXIII (Sparta, N.J.)

I am the starting right guard for the three-time defending state champion varsity Xavier football team.
– Kevin Dean, Xavier (Middletown, Conn.)

Start varsity soccer and wrestling, went to districts in soc., conference leaders for wrestling. I’m a freshman.– Nathan Hall, West Perry (New Bloomfield, Pa.)

I work very hard in the gym every day possible. Freshman year I only pitched 70 mph. I worked very hard and now throw 84 mph.
– Daniel Gittis, Downingtown STEM Academy (Downingtown, Pa.)

I prove myself by hitting 3s in the corner and scoring 17 points against Marcellus.
– Colin Szakal, Hartford (Hartford, Mich.)

How High School Athletes Prove Themselves
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