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Coming “Starlo” on his way to the top Arlo’s dad cheers him on but his mother uotes head injury statistics and refuses to watch games Arlo’s girlfriend tries to make him see how dangerously he’s playing when that doesn’t work she calls time out on their relationship Even Arlo’s coaches begin to track his hit count ready to pull him off the field when he nears the lim. Hit Count Chris lynchHit count is a pretty good book it is about two brothers lloyd and arlo who have always wanted to play football together but because of an incident this could p

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“I hit him so hard the clash of helmets and pads sounded like a gunshot across the field I crushed him with the hit held on to him and crushed him again when I slammed him into the ground I had arrived” Arlo Brodie loves being at the heart of the action on the football field getting hit hard and hitting back harder That’s where he belongs leading his team to championships be. I started playing football when I was only 6 years old At one point football was the only reason I even got up in the morning The only reason I got up was to get hurt again and agai

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It But Arlo’s not worried about tallying collisions The winning plays the cheering crowds and the adrenaline rush are enough to convince Arlo that everything is OK in spite of the pain the pounding the dizziness and the confusion Hit Count explores America’s love affair with football and our attempts to reconcile the clear evidence of its dangers with our passion for the game.. This was such a good book It shows the scary side of foodball the injuries and head trauma It was a very gripping read


10 thoughts on “Hit Count

  1. says:

    I started playing football when I was only 6 years old At one point football was the only reason I even got up in the morning The only reason I got up was to get hurt again and again on that field But getting hurt on that field was what really made the game exhilarating Because every time I got hurt I got mad and very time I got mad I made them hurt I made them hurt 10 times then I did Some might say that there

  2. says:

    Full review here starsRelevant discussion for teens and those playing contact sports

  3. says:

    Personal ResponseI enjoyed this book because it mixed together high school life with football The plot was very easy to follow which made the book that much fun to read The book was very interesting because it focused on football than anything The book was very exciting and kept me on my toes the whole timePlot SummaryThe book start

  4. says:

    Hit Count Chris lynchHit count is a pretty good book it is about two brothers lloyd and arlo who have always wanted to play football together but because of an incident this could possibly never happen but the other brother arlo starts his first year of football as a high schooler but was scared because of getting hit to hard but after the cr

  5. says:

    I loved this book This book was made for me because I love football and all the hitting that has to do with the game I understand what happen to the main character in this book because of hard hits to the head in f

  6. says:

    This book is based on a kid names Arlo who has intentions in football than his brother Lylo I am not a fan of this book in general but Lylo ends up uitting and Arlo becomes a very damaged kid after he discovers

  7. says:

    Have you ever been told that you weren’t good enough This is what JV Coach Kasperian told Arlo after starting off his high school football career on a bad note Arlo’s journey to success is noted in Chris Lynch’s “Hit Count” Arlo took

  8. says:

    This was such a good book It shows the scary side of foodball the injuries and head trauma It was a very gripping read

  9. says:

    I personally liked the book because I love the sport of football and this book talks about the sport and injuries that can occur in

  10. says:

    Even with the clarity of the theme it lacked the clarity for Arlo My one major issue with this book is the lack of guilt and reflection It was very show and not tell Usually that is a good thing but I wanted of him telling the reader what not to do actually voicing to the reader the danger and not to push themselves The