Girls' Basketball Team Forced to Forfeit After Trans 'Female' Injures Players

Brittany M. Hughes | February 20, 2024
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A transgender “girl” - known to anyone with common sense as a boy - caused physical injury to a female basketball player this week when he threw her to the ground during a high school basketball game.

And unfortunately, the hurt player wasn’t the one one. In fact, the Collegiate Charter School of Lowell was forced to forfeit to Kipp Academy after three girls were injured competing against Kipp Academy and their transgender player, leaving the charter school fearful of more of their female players getting hurt.

According to a press release from the school, “The bench was already depleted going into the game with the 12-player roster having four players unable to play. When the coach saw three more girls go down in the first half leaving him with five players, he made the call to end to end the game early,” the Post Millennial reports.

The school added that “Once the third was injured, the remaining five expressed concern to him about continuing to play. The players feared getting injured and not being able to compete in the playoffs."

Related: New Hampshire High School High Jumper Wins Girls' State Title...As A Biological Male

Video from the game shows the moment the male player, a six-foot-something dude who sports facial hair and stands a head taller than the girls on the court, physically slammed a girl to the ground while ripping the ball out of her hands. The young woman can then be seen lying on the ground gripping her back in pain.

Even still, the charter school, which is a public institution, wrote that it "reiterates its values of both inclusivity and safety for all students," adding the school will "follow the guidance from the MIAA and state laws regarding equity and access for all student-athletes." Translation? "We promise we're not 'transphobic,' please don't cancel us."

The Post Millennial points out that according to the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athlete Association's handbook, "A student shall not be excluded from participation on a gender-specific sports team that is consistent with the student’s bona fide gender identity."

Regardless, apparently, of how many actual girls get hurt in the process.

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