September 2016
To Play or Not to Play

A number of high school sporting events have been forfeited lately, citing safety and religious beliefs as the reasons.

In a span of three days, two schools from the Cascade Conference in Washington chose to forfeit their games against Archbishop Murphy High School, both citing concerns about player safety. 

A high school boys soccer team in Arizona forfeited its game last week against a team that includes two girls.  Faith Christian School in Mesa, Ariz., forfeited its game on Friday against Scottsdale’s Foothills Academy College Prep, a boys soccer team that includes sisters Alyssa and Colette Hocking, the Arizona Republic reported. Faith Christian cited religious beliefs in its decision.

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