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A Catholic High School Baseball Team Forfeited Its Championship Game Rather Than Play Against A Girl

Our Lady Sorrows Academy, a Catholic school in Arizona forfeited the state championship game on Thursday night because the opposing team had a female member, according to FS Arizona. Paige Sultzbach, a 15-year-old female, is the starting second baseman for Mesa Preparatory Academy. Paige plays baseball because there is no softball team at the school yet. This is the first year Mesa has had a baseball team so they were more excited than ever to make it to the state championship game.
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