EYE ON SAFETY: St. Thomas Aquinas girls soccer player Francesca Larraine, center, and teammates wear protective headbands while practicing Nov. 20 at the Fort Lauderdale school. Fellow players, below from left, Isabella Dorosy, Sofia Julien and Dallas Dorosy model the headgear that may help prevent concussions.
EYE ON SAFETY: St. Thomas Aquinas girls soccer player Francesca Larraine, center, and teammates wear protective headbands while practicing Nov. 20 at the Fort Lauderdale school. Fellow players, below from left, Isabella Dorosy, Sofia Julien and Dallas Dorosy model the headgear that may help prevent concussions. Photos by PATRICK FARRELL MIAMI HERALD STAFF
EYE ON SAFETY: St. Thomas Aquinas girls soccer player Francesca Larraine, center, and teammates wear protective headbands while practicing Nov. 20 at the Fort Lauderdale school. Fellow players, below from left, Isabella Dorosy, Sofia Julien and Dallas Dorosy model the headgear that may help prevent concussions. Photos by PATRICK FARRELL MIAMI HERALD STAFF

Heads-up soccer: St. Thomas Aquinas’ girls team wears headbands to protect against concussions

December 01, 2014 09:26 PM

UPDATED December 01, 2014 09:29 PM

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