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    Male juniors Angel Zimmerman (left) and Meagan Thurmond were sporting blue for class color day during Male-Manual Spirit Week.

    I'm surprised Meagan was allowed to wear that shirt. She must be 1 of the 20 students (5 per class) outside of the traditional middle schools that Male allowed to attend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RunFirst
    Male juniors Angel Zimmerman (left) and Meagan Thurmond were sporting blue for class color day during Male-Manual Spirit Week.

    I'm surprised Meagan was allowed to wear that shirt. She must be 1 of the 20 students (5 per class) outside of the traditional middle schools that Male allowed to attend.
    You mean Holy Family the school on Poplar Level Road.

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    I thought kids below high school could play Catholic sports while enrolled in public schools?

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    Besides, I own many a Goodwill/Thrift store/Hand me down shirt that connects me to schools and churches I never attended, states I've never visited, branches of the military in which I've never served.

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    CSAA teams are parish teams, not school teams. The players can come from any school. Second, I've seen many young ladies in Trinity football garb. It doesn't mean that they played football for Trinity. Third, if the young lady in the picture attended Holy Family and played sports there, she and her family have every right to select a public high school. That is the same right that should be afforded to every public school child. Fourth, anyone that believes that all students at Male come from two middle schools (as per B Redman), I have a bridge in Brooklyn you may wish to buy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinity alum
    CSAA teams are parish teams, not school teams. The players can come from any school. Second, I've seen many young ladies in Trinity football garb. It doesn't mean that they played football for Trinity. Third, if the young lady in the picture attended Holy Family and played sports there, she and her family have every right to select a public high school. That is the same right that should be afforded to every public school child. Fourth, anyone that believes that all students at Male come from two middle schools (as per B Redman), I have a bridge in Brooklyn you may wish to buy.
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