Christian High School Refuses to Play Against Male Athlete in Girls’ League – It ‘Jeopardizes the Fairness of the Game’

Last Tuesday, a Vermont Christian high school, Mid Vermont Christian School (MVCS), was set to play their opponents, Long Trail Mountain Lions, in a girls’ basketball tournament. The team, however, decided to forfeit upon finding out that they would be going up against a man who ‘identified’ as a woman.

The Eagles, out of White River Junction were supposed to face off against the Lions out of Dorset, Vermont in the first round of the Vermont Division IV girls’ varsity tournament, but instead, the Christian athletes decided to forfeit their chance at a state title.

The Head of the School Vicky Fogg argued that the matchup of an all-girls team against a male player would be unfair and risk the safety of the young women.

“We withdrew from the tournament because we believe playing against an opponent with a biological male jeopardizes the fairness of the game and the safety of our players,” Fogg wrote in a statement to Fox News. “Allowing biological males to participate in women’s sports sets a bad precedent for the future of women’s sports in general.”

According to the school’s website, they seek to “glorify God by preparing students for college and for life through a program of academic excellence established in Biblical truth.” 

The issue of males who ‘identify’ as females competing in girls’ sports is a growing problem that has been taking place in high school sports all the way up to professional leagues.


As previously reported by the DC Enquirer, the issue has become particularly relevant in the sport of swimming after male athlete Lia Thomas competed with women in various collegial competitions.

In response to this, one of her opponents who was beaten out by Thomas, Riley Gaines, has organized a movement calling on the NCAA to ban men from competing against women in college sports, leading a march in January calling on the NCAA to change.

The group behind the march was the Independent Council on Women’s Sports (ICONS), which is a network of former and current female college athletes and their families. In addition to marching in front of the NCAA convention in San Antonio, Texas, the group also threatened legal action via a letter to the organization.

The letter, delivered by former Kentucky swimmer Riley Gaines, announced that legal action would be taken if the NCAA didn’t “take direct and immediate action to establish rules to keep women’s collegiate sports female.”

“In the world of college sports, it is impossible to provide equal opportunities for both sexes (as required by Title IX) without female-only teams,” the letter reads. “Yet the NCAA implements and perpetuates a policy of allowing male athletes on women’s teams, even as sports governing bodies and federal courts increasingly reject these unjust and inequitable policies that exclude young women from their own teams.”

As transgenderism continues to indoctrinate the younger generation, these instances of men attempting to play against girls will continue to occur. Luckily there are still some institutions, like Mid Vermont Christian School, that are willing to stand up against this madness and protect women and girls.

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