High-Fives Banned from San Francisco Soccer Fields

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It is a scene that epitomizes good sportsmanship: the soccer game is over; the two teams form into lines; they pass each other and exchange high fives. It is a scene that has been banned from some high school soccer games in San Francisco. Evidently, the high fives haven't all been given in the right spirit. Hear NPR's Robert Siegel and Donald Collins, the high school athletic commissioner for the San Francisco School district.



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