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I'm hoping to have as many parents involved as possible.  The only reason we decided to do an all girl team was to alleviate the issue of pushy boys making it so that the young girls (they will all be 9 at the start of the season) will step up and not have to worry about litlle boys being, well... little boys.

Like I said earlier, I'm just hoping they have fun and learn some stuff / lessons they can carry forward with them.

Lloyd


May 6, 2010 12:12:52 PM, [log in to unmask] wrote:
Phil,
Thanks for jumping in. I was hoping you were still around. You are exactly
right about a girls team being different. As a guy I found it to be WAY too
much drama sometimes but interesting to see how they approach a project
differently than the boys do. I think if you are going to have a girls team
you better have a woman to coach or help coach. They understand that drama
stuff and can deal with it better than a man.

Rusty West

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