No. A football player can only be on the junior varsity (JV) team *OR* the varsity team.Unless they get bumped down
There is no definite answer, it depends what kind of thing you are playing for and how good you are.
freshmen, JV (junior varsity), Varsity varsity is the highest
Yeah if there still not good enough to play on the varsity team but with the experience they should have a good chance at playing varsity.
I don't believe so. But i don't see why they couldn't if they were a sophomore or freshmen
At most high schools, juniors are allowed to play on junior varsity teams. If you are good enough to make the team, you should be able to play.
I play Varsity and my friends play JV and i watch there games and they're about 2 hours long
Generally, for a highschool volleyball team, JV consists of freshman and sophomores. However, exceptions can be made; if a player only starts as a junior, the coach will usually have him/her as a swing, starting on JV and sitting varsity, so that the player can gain experience.
the cast must be wrapped with 1/2 inch of foam and then have an ace bandage around that. he must also have a prescription or some type of note from a doctor that says he is allowed to play with it.
Michael Jordan played for his JR high and High school. In high school. He played for Junior Varsity team and played for Varsity.
No he can not, that he would either be inelegible to play for jv if he was good enough to play on varsity