My daughter plays on a 10U travel team. The girls on this team have been together playing since they were 7 and are all (most days) very good friends. When one of them makes an awesome play like catching a hard line-drive or something they all get excited and congratulate each other sometimes running over and giving a high-five. They don't do it for just anything but if it is an out of the norm type deal they do. Their coach told them last night not to do this because if they make a great play they haven't done anything special they have done what they are there to do. I have nothing but the highest respect for our coach and he is highly regarded in our community, but he has normally dealt with highschool age girls. My question is- is he right in telling them this? I can see where it may look to others like well these girls must not normally play like this if they are getting excited over a good play. But I just think that the girls are such good friends that they love to see each other succeed. What are your thoughts?