Becoming the first female to play youth football in Miami Springs was less important to Sophia Marichal than it was to “just have fun” on Saturday, Aug. 15 at Prince Field as she takes a breather on the bench with her teammates.
Becoming the first female to play youth football in Miami Springs was less important to Sophia Marichal than it was to “just have fun” on Saturday, Aug. 15 at Prince Field as she takes a breather on the bench with her teammates. Wally Clark River Cities Gazette
Becoming the first female to play youth football in Miami Springs was less important to Sophia Marichal than it was to “just have fun” on Saturday, Aug. 15 at Prince Field as she takes a breather on the bench with her teammates. Wally Clark River Cities Gazette

Miami Springs youth football breaks gender barrier as first female takes the field

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