Yeah. Some notables: Rickey Henderson (Baseball and Football, pro baseball player) Frank Thomas (baseball and football, pro baseball player) dieon sanders (baseball and football, pro in both) and bo jackson, the greatest of them all (baseball and football, pro in both)
Generally speaking, yes, you can play two sports in high school. It depends on whether or not the practice and game schedules have conflicts. Certainly if the two sports have different seasons, there should be little to no conflict.
Where I went to high school, it was pretty common for the real "jocks" to participate in three sports (football in the fall, Basketball or Wrestling in the winter, and Golf, tennis, baseball or track in the spring).
No, especially if one of the teams is a varsity team.
At my high school we couldn't play two sports at once, but you should play Lacrosse, its more fun
no you should let them get there grades up
about three or two years mostly your whole year chynadoll ilike chocalate
Carl Crawford's mother, Leisha, was a basketball and volleyball player in high school. She encouraged her two boys to play sports.
HELL NO. theyre too tiny and even if they think theyre good they need to suck it up and wait a year or two. until then, play club sports. club teams are usually better anyway.
basketball and baseball
Football and Basketball
not all sports, you can in Hockey, Baseball, Golf, and Tennis at least. The first two are minor leauge, but still professional.
Of couse, the two type of kids have diffrences. The kids that play sports are more active, and they have a better bidness. The kids that don't play sports are lazy, and there bidness is weak. That will cause them problems in their bodies when they grow up. 6 Hours/week sports are more than enough for the kids. That will assure you in the future that the kid will grow up healthy.
That depends on the rules of your school. I expect that if you are any good as a sportsperson they would welcome you in whatever.
Two of the sports that they play are soccer and beach volleyball.