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Girls flag football gaining traction in Rhode Island high schools - FlagSpin

Girls flag football gaining traction in Rhode Island high schools

Is football coming to the spring high school sports schedule?

Maybe – just not the football you’re thinking of.

While traditional football will forever be a fixture in the fall (minus a schedule shift due to a national pandemic), girls flag football is quickly gaining traction to be added as high school sport. It’s a sanctioned sport in nine states, with others following next academic year, and while it’s not on the table here in Rhode Island, it is being considered.

“We’ve presented it to the schools over the last year two or three times, just talking about the concept of it,” RIIL Executive Director Michael Lunney said. “There’s a big push from the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) and the NFL to get it sanctioned in high schools across the country.

Central Falls High School's Skyla Lafleche goes for the flag during a defensive drill at the Gridiron Girls flag football camp on April 13.

More:‘These girls can be pioneers’: Why flag football is becoming so popular with kids

“At this point our position has been, and the schools’ position is, we’re not going to sanction it until there’s an interest at the school level first.”

If what happened at Johnston High School recently is any indication, that might be sooner than you think.

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