So I played that year and it was going pretty good. Did not do as good as I did my first year but I was fine with it because I really was not suppose to be playing as soon as I did. So I went throughout the season without major knee problems. I then had to figure out where I was going to go next. I was talking with several different coaches but in February I went down to Canyon, Texas to try out for West Texas A&M. That place was not very pretty hahah...But while trying out I felt that same pop. I was freaking out and not very happy. I thought that I tore my acl again. My knee swelled up.
I was so upset because I came back home and got an MRI and the worst thing that could of happened showed up on the results. The said that I had re-torn my acl. I went all summer long without going to the doctors because I wanted to go to Brasil so I was not worried much about going to the doctor real soon. Well I have been sitting out of everything because without an ACL you cannot do much. I finally went to the doctor a couple of weeks ago and he told me something that lifted my spirits. He does not believe that I tore it. He told me that everything on the MRI says i should have torn it but he feels stability and can see a few striations of my acl on the MRI. So he told me to exercise and come back in a month. This is such great news because I am dying to play again. If everything goes well I think I am going to get out of this state again and go play. It is the one thing that makes me happy and I am not too bad at it. I am working on going to play with one of my friends from Brasil who is still playing at my old school. I am still confused and a little upset about this knee issue because I have sat out of a lot of things because I believed it was torn, but I guess God has his ways of teaching us all. I cannot wait to play again.