Do the mature thing, and go to your coach FIRST and talk to him. Even if he never says anything to you, that doesn't mean his son didn't tell him, and he may be waiting to see how mature and honest you are.
In Massachusetts if you get caught drinking or smoking with proof then you are suspended for 4 games. well that's what my soccer coach told our team. it might be different do different states and sports.
Well, you messed up. However you choose to react, I hope you will be proud of that reaction. Just because you aren't old enough to drink, doesn't mean you aren't old enough to take the consequences maturely. Good luck. This won't be fun. P.S. Stop drinking.
Yes, I agree with clickety clack. Have a mature discussion with your coach, and tell him you weren't thinking about the consequences at the time, and you wish you could take it back. Tell him that you didn't enjoy it anyways, and now that its over, you realize how it wasn't at all worth it for how guilty you fell. Depending how dedicated you are to your sport, and how sorry to tell him you are for potentially letting the whole team down if you play hungover/get kicked out, he may or may not kick you out. Do it in an off season if you are old enough.
Well first, own up to it. We are not in control of you, but if i were to be in that situation, thats what i would do. Besides, it was his son, he may not even tell his dad. But none-the-less, never drink again untill you are old enough. Sober up and you wont have to worry about it.
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Maybe he won't say anything. Don't jump the gun. If he does and your approached admit it, say you got caught up in the New Year's spirit and you made a poor judgement call and feel lousy you let the team down. Remember, if the guy says nothing and you jump the gun he will be in hot water with Dad. Never hurt someone who's cutting you a break.