Home-schoolers in Maryland are forming their own sports teams, reports the Washington Times.
Home-schooling parents in Frederick County, learning that their children could not play on high school football teams, decided not to punt. They formed their own squad instead.
. . . The Crusaders now are the second football team in Maryland made up entirely of home-school and private-school students. The Maryland Christian Saints first took the field last year in Harford County, north of Baltimore.
“You can be a Christian, hit really hard on the football field and still glorify God,” Mrs. Delph says.
I love the totally un-PC team names.