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baseball0905
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Freedom_Of_Expression
Con (against)

Do student athletes need to get good grades to play sports?

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Started: 5/10/2018 Category: Sports
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Debating Period
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baseball0905

Pro

Kids need good grades to play sports. Or do they? Debate this topic.
Freedom_Of_Expression

Con

Personally, I can see both sides of the argument. I would first like to know the scope of "good grades," and "sports." When you (the Pro) say "good grades," what qualifies as a "good grade?" Does anywhere above a 95 average count as a "good grade." Is "good grade" based on GPA or on the grades of certain classes? Please define. Also, when you say "sports," do you mean STRICTLY sports? Or do you mean extra-circular activities such as "Mathletes" or clubs?

I patiently wait your answer. Thank you for presenting me with the opportunity to debate this topic.

Sincerely,
Freedom_Of_Expression
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