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    CLARKSBURG (CBS13) — A Yolo County high school student is tackling gender barriers on the gridiron, pushing to make a difference on and off the football field. Kylie Chastain, 15, is a go-getter. READ MORE: Grizzly Flats To Fully Reopen With No Restrictions After Nearly Month-Long Evacuation Due To Caldor Fire “I definitely hold myself to a higher standard,” she said. She’s a junior at Delta High School in Clarksburg and wanted to try out for the football team as a freshman, but went out for cheerleading instead. “They knew I wanted to be out there with them, so it wasn’t really a surprise when I came out to practice,” Chastain said. Her mom watched in awe as her daughter persisted and practiced. “It was amazing to see her out there with guys twice her size, and she has never waivered,” her mother said. Then COVID canceled the season. “It sucked. We couldn’t have games, but we definitely pushed harder,” Chastain said. READ MORE: Caldor Fire Containment Reaches 71%; Highway 50 May Reopen Soon She continued to train, impressing varsity...
    Who did the dumping in Scott Disick-Amelia Hamlin breakup, plus more celeb splits of 2021 The Poorest City in Every State Kevin Kelley, the former Arkansas high school coach who never punts and attempts numerous onside kicks per game, made his college coaching debut Saturday for Presbyterian College, an FCS program. His team put together a bold performance to match Kelley's coaching strategy.  © Provided by CBS Sports The Blue Hose dismantled NAIA St. Andrews, 84-43, behind an FCS-record 10 passing touchdowns and 538 yards from quarterback and former Michigan walk-on Ren Hefley. As a team, Presbyterian outgained St. Andrews by nearly 500 yards -- 814-315 --  with 621 coming through the air.  That 84-point scoring output from Presbyterian is one less than the school's single-game season-high point total from the 2020-21 season -- on the basketball court.  "Definitely didn't anticipate that," Kelley told the Associated Press about the Blue Hose's offensive proficiency. "I think I'm not good at many things in the world, but I'm good on the offensive side of the ball and worked really hard in...
    FORT WORTH, Texas -- A high school senior, who had never picked up a football until 2019, has now signed to play football at college level."I couldn't throw it. Normally, you have to hold the ball at the letter part," Leslie Adindu, who plays for Arlington Heights High School in Texas, told KTVT. "I didn't know you had to do that. I just flung it, and it didn't go far."Adindu is originally from Nigeria, where they don't play American football.His team's coach, Charles Perry, saw Adindu and knew he had potential. He convinced Adindu to try the sport."When we first started, I mean, he couldn't even get in the stance," Perry said.The young athlete played for two games on the junior varsity team last year. When COVID-19 hit, the team held virtual workouts from home.When Adindu didn't log in, his team wondered where he was. That's when they learned he was living in a shelter.Adindu became homeless after getting into a fight with his father, who then moved out of state.But his coaches knew he had talent. So they made...
    FORT WORTH, Texas -- A high school senior, who had never picked up a football until 2019, has now been signed to play football at college level."I couldn't throw it. Normally, you have to hold the ball at the letter part," Leslie Adindu, who plays for Arlington Heights High School in Texas, told KTVT. "I didn't know you had to do that. I just flung it, and it didn't go far."Adindu is originally from Nigeria, where they don't play American football.His team's coach, Charles Perry, saw Adindu and knew he had potential. He convinced Adindu to try the sport."When we first started, I mean he couldn't even get in the stance," Perry said.The young athlete played for two games on the junior varsity team last year. When COVID-19 hit, the team held virtual workouts from home.When Adindu didn't log in, his team wondered where he was. That's when they learned he was living in a shelter.Adindu became homeless after getting into a fight with his father, who then moved out of state.But his coaches knew he had talent. So they...
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