Women’s team helps girls grow sport

The youth football team and the semipro one came together Sunday and ran an important play. Both dressed in pink and black jerseys,

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Both dressed in pink and black jerseys, their goal was to bond over the idea that football is about a lot more than just being one of the guys.

“It’s about more than girls playing football,” said Theresa Petrone Butts, who is part of the semipro NY Knockout, who travel around the Northeast in the spring. “You want girls to know that there are no limitations, just because it’s football and they’re girls. They’re just as capable. It’s such a great motivator and self-esteem booster. Of course, football’s a great sport in general.”

She was thrilled to be able to attend the clinic at the Sportsplex of Halfmoon, because she is about to deliver her second child likely sometime this week. She was perhaps even more thrilled to find out that the all-girls’ team of about 10 sixth- and seventh-graders that attended a clinic with the Knockout won its afternoon flag football game against a group of boys.

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5 Female Athletes Calling Out Sexism in Sports

When Serena Williams recently’received a range of code violations during the U.S. Open, she lost her cool at the umpire. Even so, she later congratulated her winning opponent Naomi Osaka in a great show of sportsmanship.

According to’Williams and a number of tennis officials, this’loss wouldn’t have happened if she was a man.

‘I’ve sat courtside watching the men ranting at umpires and they haven’t been given a violation,’ tennis presenter Sue Barker says to BBC.

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In a country where women’s college and professional baseball’opportunities are sparse, members of the national team are pioneers. They speak up against the double standard that girls play softball and boys play baseball.’And these incredible athletes are determined’to prove that’female baseball players’are not anomalies.

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