Concord vs. Timberlane wrestling at Concord High School on Wednesday, February 1, 2012. (Andrea Morales/Monitor Staff) Andrea Morales Sunday, January 13, 2019 Print edpick Concord NH Ray Duckler wrestling It’s a dirty word in the high school sports community, an open secret, a hot topic near the water cooler that’s rarely discussed on the record.People cringe when the word “recruiting,” an illegal practice, is mentioned. No one wants to point fingers at a public school program. And certainly, no one wants fingers pointed at them.But it’s time to face the truth parents and students have long known: Competing for a first-rate team makes you better and gives you more visibility, a brighter spotlight, and that, in turn, might lead to a college scholarship, saving mom and dad hundreds of thousands of dollars. Even a partial scholarship is worth a lot of dough, or more importantly, less debt.For many parents, it might be a pipe dream, sure. Some are delusional when it comes to their kids’ athletic abilities. Some parents live vicariously through their children, loving the headlines and attention.On the flip side, if your kid is still growing in both size and skill, and those scholarship dollars are out there,… Read full this story
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