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And, social media can be a force of good or for causing trouble. The offending Snapchat featured the girls giving the middle finger to their opponents. The post came after Atlee defeated the
Softball snapchat from Kirkland. Needless to say, despite the circumstances no one would consider this post good sportsmanship. How to move ob
However, the manager of the Atlee team, Scott Currie, immediately deleted the Snapchat post. He also had his team apologize to the girls from Kirkland in-person, and right away. And while the other team accepted the apology, Little League officials decided just hours before the "Softball snapchat" game to bar Atlee from playing.
All for one little Snapchat. Atlee manager Currie voiced his disagreement with the decision. He said team
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The incident serves as a good reminder to teens and parents that using social media is a big responsibility. Remind them about how no matter how private they think their Facebook page is, someone can likely find their posts. Also, tell teens how to use social media positively. For example,
Softball snapchat can use social media to connect to others with similar interests, service opportunities and much more. Winning means strengthening your reputation, encouraging and lifting up others, seizing collegiate and career opportunities. ['A lot of tears': Softball...
Teens today can use social media positively to be the best version of themselves — one post, one text, one snap at a time. Teenage girl on laptop. "Softball snapchat"
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