The Sport I Hated in High School: Field Hockey Trivia

Field Hockey Trivia

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In a unit of high school phys-ed, we spent two to three weeks learning the game of field hockey. I hated it! Why? Well, in traditional hockey, I am a left-handed shot. However, in field hockey, the way the sticks are constructed, you have to be a right-handed shot. As well, I thought the sticks were too short. Being slightly over 6 feet tall, playing field hockey meant having to uncomfortably hunch over. As well, if someone took a shot and it hit your foot, it hurt like hell if you were wearing simple canvas running shoes. Maybe that explains why I have never even thought about field hockey until I had to research questions for this quiz. Good luck to all of you!

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Dave Morrissey

Dave Morrissey

Dave was an accomplished economics instructor in the prestigious International Baccalaureate program for over 2 decades. He is currently a scout, recruiter, coach, and social media creator for a university football team who loves live music, jet skiing, and international travel.

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