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What began as one girls desire to play football at Elgin High School some 11 years ago ultimately changed Elgin Area School District U-46 as well as the Upstate Eight Conference. At least five years prior to Adrianna Delhotal being denied an
No one can dispute the opportunities Title IX has created for girls to play sports. One often-cited statistic proves the point: The number of girls who play high school sports nationwide has expanded more than tenfold since Title IX was signed into
Centre Daily Times Local residents who are interested in pushing themselves to the brink, physically and mentally, will have an opportunity this weekend to test their mettle while contributing to a charitable cause. The first-ever Hardcore Mudd Run
But as they think about winding down, there's still a big problem with coaching. United States' Carli Lloyd (C) jubilates with teammates Kelley O'Hara (R) and Shannon Boxx (L) and Christie Rampone after scoring her second goal of the game, as the US
You can't watch Hope Solo and not think back to a generation ago, when she might've had to settle for cheer captain. Happy 40th, Title IX, a plain-Jane name for the biggest, most colossal sports development since someone stuck an air needle in a pig'
The National Federation of State High School Associations issued a report last week on the increase in high school athletes around the nation. The numbers are straightforward, but the conclusions one can draw from it are subjective. The bottom-line
The 2012 London Olympic Games have already been christened the "women's games." Women seemed to dominate the television programming, the personal interest stories and more importantly for America, the medal count. Female athletes contributed 55% of
At this point, talking about Dallas ISD's boys-only field trip to see the action movie Red Tails seems like we're beating a dead horse...Department of Education recently released hundreds of pages of documents from its Office for Civil Rights'
Flag football will be a girls varsity sport in public high schools this winter, costing the Clark County School District $225,000 for the first season as it attempts to comply with federal requirements. And flag football may just be the beginning,
Conn. A federal appeals court has upheld a decision that found colleges cannot count competitive cheerleading as a sport when trying to comply with gender-equity requirements...Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on an appeal filed by Quinnipiac