I like guys and everything, ... but I like girls too.
Someone came up to me outside the gym after the game and said, you know, these girls will step up for you next year. Boy were they right. At the time, I heard what they said, but it was just an empty feeling and I didn't know if we'd ever have the opportunity again.
We aim at supporting these women and girls, and offer them social, medical and psychological support in addition to legal support if they need it.
The girls played hard, and they were excited after the game.
There's great girls, great boys, I mean I know you hear us say it every time but truly, truly good talent. And I think it's the year for the boy, finally!
These girls are good people with mood swings, but they accept me and my mood swings. They're doing a good job of putting up with me and keeping the team chemistry together.
For everything we went through, I'm so incredibly proud of these seven girls. Regardless of the outcome of this season, just their effort is something to admire.
This isn't about safety or discrimination, it's about teaching boys they can wear girls' clothes, girls that they can get sex-change operations to have their breasts removed, and teaching every child that marriage is no longer between a man and a woman.
We fought hard, considering the game was at a slow pace. The girls knew that if we won, we would get third in our division and if we lost, we would get sixth.
The girls just wanted to qualify, and they ended up winning. It was a wonderful surprise.
It was a good meet (but) the girls ended up winning it by the skin of their teeth. . . . The girls pulled it together at the end of the meet.
It is a great tribute to the hard work of the girls combined with dedicated teachers and tutors.
The girls actually played equal to or better (than Stonewall) for most of the second and third periods. We made a pretty good run ... we just couldn't sustain it.
Once one girl gets a hit all the other girls follow suite.
Rufus was a ladies' dog. Whenever we went for walks, he would always greet the girls passing by, and they would make a fuss over him. I think he knew he was a good-looking dog.
It was just phenomenal. That clinic was so inspiring for the girls. It just got the season started off on the right foot.
The girls really enjoyed the great student section in Georgia. I know it made them eager to get in front of their home crowd.
Alice ... girls' night out, set in the audience of a Chippendale dancers performance.
We saw great things out of both teams. It was a typical Bluefield-Princeton tightly-contested girls soccer game.
We told the girls that they were tasting humble pie for that one. We beat a good Bartram Trail team (on Tuesday) and I guess we felt like people will fall down for us and let us win. It just makes the target on our backs a whole lot bigger.
When you're playing against Simsbury, with its reputation in girls' hockey, you know that you're in for a battle right up to the end of the game. Nothing is ever final against a team like that until you hear the final horn.
We have a great girls and guys track program and cross country program, too. We want to be known as a school that's well rounded. You can do a lot things there besides play football. Basketball happens to be one of them, but we've got a nationally renowned speech and debate team, too.
These girls are quality kids and they wouldn't quit. When we were 4-6 they didn't quit and we weren't ranked all year.
It was the best high school game, boys or girls, I've ever seen.
I didn't know what to expect. I asked our girls coach (Scott Columbo) how it was because they played there the night before and that was an empty gym, too. In a way, it was good there were no fans because it was a rough game. Both benches got warned, but the players respect each other. It was not a dirty game.