I was not very athletic. My competitive spirit was more passive than competitive. In the 70s, girl sport teams were limited to intramural teams. All efforts, funds, and attention focused on boys’ ball teams. There were no little leagues for girls to join. Junior High School and High school offered girls limited intramural experiences. My sister Mary, one year younger than me, was the athlete. She could spike, dribble, slam with the best. My sport team was the Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) track teams. I wasn’t fast enough for sprints, but once I hit my stride, I could keep pace in the longer events. To my surprise, and those who knew me, I was pretty good at hurdles. Yeah, big surprise!
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