Our DS recently completed his third year of cross country and it was his third year receiving a varsity letter. At the end of each season, the coaches host a banquet and awards ceremony for the athletes. At this year's banquet, they gave our son a certificate showing that it was his 2nd year receiving his varsity letter, NOT his 3rd. My son immediately informed the coaches of the error and they told him they would get their records and his certificate fixed. To date, it has not been fixed. DS has tried to follow up several times with both the assitant coach, as well as the head coach, but to no avail. I finally decided to get involved and sent the head coach a friendly email letting him know that DS was getting ready to start the application process for an AROTC scholarship and that the military was going to verify EVERYTHING in our son's application. He has yet to directly respond to my email, but stopped DS in the hallway at school and told him that his mother was worrying about nothing. He said that no college is going to want to see an actual piece of paper (I guess he didn't read the part about it being the military that was verifying this information, not a college). Anyway, should I keep pushing on this issue, or am I worrying about nothing?