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As a freshman wrestler, Curtis’ Rosemary Flores wasn’t enamored with the idea of going up against girls. If an opposing team had a girl in her weight class, Flores bumped up a division to wrestle a boy.
But this spring, Flores — now a three-time national champion in girls wrestling — won’t have that option. And she couldn’t be happier.
The PSAL, in keeping with the league’s recent appetite for providing opportunities for female athletes, is launching the first all-girls wrestling league in the state, starting in March.