Women's Football - Breaking barriers
A member of my extended family plays in a spring football league. Not casual, pick-up, touch football, but the real thing. Full equipment, full contact, real stadiums, NFL rules, professional refs, teams in cities across America. Like a lot of spring pro leagues before it, this league tries to take advantage of football’s popularity by giving fans a quality, on-the-field product to fill the void between the Super Bowl and the start of the fall football season. Read More
The women of the Everett Reign play 'real football'
Girls on the gridiron? Not likely, unless they were the cheerleaders leading the team out before the game. Or maybe the girls in the marching band, which is how it was for Theresa Trinka-Hoard, who graduated from Bothell High School and lives today in Snohomish. - Read More