• Thank goodness this A-Rod steroids admission happened, or we wouldn’t have anything else to talk about.
(Suppose Cynthia was really on to something, after all?)
• Still, it’s not like he’s accusing any media members of stalking him, right?
• Mike Leach is not to tickled about Texas Tech’s additional clauses in its latest contract offer to the Red Raiders coach.
• The tennis coach who served the Williams Sisters & Maria Sharapova has a new 4-year-old prodigy ready to cause a racket.
Tags: Alex Rodriguez
, Coed Wrestling
, Jeremy Lusk
, Maria Sharapova
, Mia Lines
, Michael Phelps
, Miguel Tejada
, Mike Leach
, Rick Adelman
, Selena Roberts
, Sports Illustrated
, Texas Tech Red Raiders
, Williams Sisters
If you’re a high school wrestler, odds are good that the closest you’re getting to any contact with females is if one shows up to wrestle you, and that’s pretty unlikely. But hey, boys of Florida, you’re in luck. About 350 girls competed in the state last year, but one Christian school is ruining the fun for everyone by barring its boys from wrestling against girls, even if it costs them a shot at advancing in the district and/or regional tournament.
(This is the best day of this boy’s life so far)
Calvary Christian in Clearwater has instituted a “philosophy” (it’s not a rule yet) that prohibits their boy wrestlers from competing with girls, such as the pictured Taira Salahudtin, who moved on from districts to regionals when a Calvary boy forfeited their match. So what’s Calvary’s deal?