How the LA League of Champions Girls’ Flag Football League made history

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LOS ANGELES (KABC) — Los Angeles area high school athletes make history as they launch the new Los Angeles Girls Flag Football League of Champions.

The Chargers and the Rams jointly sponsor teams from 16 schools across LA

“It’s not a school sport yet, so I’m looking forward to it becoming one and that’s the way it’s going to happen,” said Dechelle, a student at Crenshaw High School.

Johnathan Franklin, the Rams’ director of social justice and development, calls it a dream for future athletes.

“These young ladies are becoming local heroes for the elementary and middle school girls who look up to them and dream of playing soccer. Now they are paving the way,” he said.

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