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Sportsmanship Announcement 2018-2019

Hi, I am Taylor, a student athlete at North Wilkes High School. The score of any athletic event is usually forgotten over time, but the actions of players, coaches, and spectators are remembered. The next time you attend a high school game, think of how history will remember you. I hope you practice good sportsmanship every time you attend a high school game. Remember, good sports show you how to play the game.
 
A public service message brought to you by the North Carolina High School Athletic Association and the student athlete leadership team at North Wilkes High School.

Hi, I am Caleb, a student athlete at North Wilkes High School. Don’t ever confuse a good sport with the nice guys who supposedly finish last. Sportsmanlike behavior has nothing to do with an athlete’s or spectators’ competitive spirit, and more often than not, a display of poor sportsmanship leads to a losing performance. Good sports are winners, regardless of the final score. Remember to be a sport and practice good sportsmanship.

 

A public service message brought to you by the North Carolina High School Athletic Association and the student athlete leadership team at North Wilkes High School.

A coach once wrote, “When we lose without excuses and when we acknowledge the better team, we place winning and losing in their proper perspective. That’s when we find out if we can be good sports.” Hi, I am Anna, a student athlete at North Wilkes High School. Sportsmanship is a goal to strive for at all times, in athletics, and in our daily lives. Remember to act in a proper manner the next time you attend a high school sporting event.

 

A public service message brought to you by the North Carolina High School Athletic Association and the student athlete leadership team at North Wilkes High School.  

Hi, I’m Chasity, a student athlete at North Wilkes High School. Remember that a ticket is a privilege to observe a contest and support high school athletics, not a license to verbally assault others. There is no place in athletics for name calling to distract an opponent or for the use of profanity from the stands. Sportsmanship is the Number One priority at the high school level, so be a good sport the next time you watch a game.

 

A public service message brought to you by the North Carolina High School Athletic Association and the student athlete leadership team at North Wilkes High School.    

Hi, I’m Morgan, a student athlete at North Wilkes High School. Coaches should set a good example for players and fans, always exemplifying the highest ethical and moral behavior. Participants should treat opponents with respect and shake hands prior to and after the contests. Fans should be fans, not fanatics. Sportsmanship: It is vital to the success and continued existence of athletics. Remember to be a good sport.

 

A public service message brought to you by the North Carolina High School Athletic Association and the student athlete leadership team at North Wilkes High School. 

Participation in high school activities offers a plentiful supply of solid real-life examples of the positive values that we place such an emphasis on later in life. Most of us learned to play by the rules through high school activities. The importance of teamwork was often learned on the tennis court, in a band concert, or on the track. The need to respect authority is a vital part of the interscholastic experience; as is the value of commitment. I’m Savannah, a student athlete at North Wilkes High School reminding you that fans should be fans, not fanatics.

 

A public service message brought to you by the North Carolina High School Athletic Association and the student athlete leadership team at North Wilkes High School.  

An educational environment is critical to the success of high school athletics and activity programs. Hi, I’m Rachel, a student athlete at North Wilkes High School. An important part of that environment is perspective. Without proper perspective, the lessons learned lose their value. The ability to show that a feeling of self-worth is more important than the outcome of any game is a vital lesson.

 

A public service message brought to you by the North Carolina High School Athletic Association and the student athlete leadership team at North Wilkes High School.    

Hi, I’m Johana, a student athlete at North Wilkes High School. Respect for the opponent, spectators, coaches and officials is a must at all levels of athletics and activity programs. At interscholastic contests, behavior on the part of everyone should be characterized by generosity and genuine concern for others. Display this respect the next time you attend a high school event.

 

A public service message brought to you by the North Carolina High School Athletic Association and the student athlete leadership team at North Wilkes High School. 

Ethics, Integrity, and respect are values important in our daily lives. All of these important values are learned by participation in interscholastic activity programs. Coaches should set a good example for players and fans. Participants should treat opponents with respect. Respect should be extended to officials and judges. I’m Mattie, a student athlete at North Wilkes High School reminding you that fans should be fans, not fanatics.

 

A public service message brought to you by the North Carolina High School Athletic Association and the student athlete leadership team at North Wilkes High School.   

Your ticket to an interscholastic athletic event is a privilege, a privilege to watch young athletes learn on the playing field. Hi, I’m Madison, a student athlete at North Wilkes High School. One of the lessons taught to players is one spectators can follow as well—that of good sportsmanship. Unruly behavior is unacceptable in the classroom, and on the athletic fields.

 

A public service message brought to you by the North Carolina High School Athletic Association and the student athlete leadership team at North Wilkes High School. 

Hi, I am Lanie, a student athlete at North Wilkes High School. Role models are more important than ever in today’s society. You can serve as a role model for others every time you display good sportsmanship at a high school athletic event. Good sports are winners: so the next time you attend a game, remember to be a good sport and act in a proper manner. Everyone will learn from your good sportsmanship.

 

A public service message brought to you by the North Carolina High School Athletic Association and the student athlete leadership team at North Wilkes High School.