During this upcoming spring season, I had planned on doing 2 sports: lacrosse and track. After talking with my lacrosse coach, I now realize this would be impossible to do due to scheduling conflict. This is where my dilemma comes in: I have already done track during my freshman year, was basically in the lower middle pack as far as competitiveness, but believe I can get better. I am guaranteed a letter if I stay on through senior year (ie. do track all 4 years), but am not if I don't and if I did do it again to letter I would have to be at almost the top of the pack. With lacrosse, this is my first year playing as it is a new sport to the school and I have no previous lacrosse experience. As such, I don't know how good I'll turn out yet but don't want it to turn into a waste like playing football did for me (ie. not getting in, not enjoying it anymore). Right now, I am also in the lower middle pack of the group in lacrosse but am pretty fast compared to most others, but have very poor endurance, which is why they probably want me at attackman. Also, for right now there is no lettering policy/plan for lacrosse, so the only thing I could show for it would be playing it and the slight (very slight) offchance they make me a team captain (not likely because there are many younger than me or the same age who are better or have more experience that would probably be selected) My question is...which sport should I go for? I think I might (emphasis on the might) like lacrosse better, but only if I get to get in a lot and have fun (unlike what happened in football) during practices and games.