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Tackling Prayer in High School Football

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Randal Hill supports teams that seek divine help.

An atheist group could sue a Georgia School District, if Chestatee High School football coaches don’t stop promoting prayer during football team functions. The Appignani Humanist Legal Center sent a letter to the Superintendent stating "We have been informed that the school’s football coaches have been using their position to promote Christianity on thefootball team by integrating Bible verses into functional team documents and team promotion."
 
If the school doesn’t separate church from state, it could be sued for damages.
 
Former NFL pro football player Randal Hill tells Fox News he’s pro-prayer. 

Trisha Hoffman is an award-winning television anchor, reporter, producer, publicist and volunteer. She was the news anchor who launched  the Morningstar.com business news segments and co-founded the award-winning Blitz Group, a media consulting firm. She is a guest contributor for High School Football America’s radio shows and website where she created the column Inspired.

 
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