Tackling the growing problem Christopher VanderDrift

Players who start young can acquire more injuries than they should.

Players with injuries still attend the games, but watch from the side.

It is important to know the dangers

Injuries that occur can leave a lasting impact.

  • Head injuries build up over time
  • They could get progressively worse with each hit

These injuries can occur the day a child begins to play.

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