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How High School Athletes Prove Themselves

Tell us how you prove yourself for a chance to win an iPad

Andrew Luck, Matt Kalil and Robert Griffin III have proved themselves as NFL rookies, helping lead their teams to the playoffs. Tell us how you've proved yourself in high school and be entered for a chance to win an iPad. / USA TODAY Sports Images

Whether it’s making varsity, nailing a game-winning 3-pointer at state or anything in between, every athlete knows how they proved themselves in sports.

For the past three weeks, we’ve asked you to share your “Prove Yourself” moment for a chance to win an iPad. And the answers have been too good not to share.

So each day from now until the Everything To Prove Sweepstakes ends on Jan. 8, we’ll be sharing some of your most inspirational “Prove Yourself” moments.

Share your “Prove Yourself” moment here for a chance to win an iPad.

By being a freshman varsity starter & being the 1st freshman girl in school history to qualify for the individual finals in golf!
- Synclaire Kuhn,  Peters Township(McMurray, PA)

I compete with our band in Color Guard and inWinter Guard. The best way to put it is to practice, practice, practice.
- Kayla Watson, Northview (Brazil, Ind.)

You don't just prove yourself on the field by how you play, but by how you act, back up what you say, surpass all goals you set.
- John Millison, Chichester (Boothwyn, Pa.)

Drive 40 miles to Palisade every day after school for soccer practice because my high school is too small for a soccer program.
- AudreyRose Kachin, Plateau Valley (Collbran, Colo.)

I've gone from being benched/ready to quit to MO SW Region Keeper of the Year. Determination is key. Never quit. #brotherhood.
- Gage Scurlock, Rolla (Rolla, Mo.)



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