Transgender High School Volleyball Player’s Powerful Spike Severely Injures Female Opponent
This is a case of a biological boy who claims to be a girl who injured a biological girl at a sporting event.
If you regularly argue to keep sex offenders out of churches but argue in favor of “trans women” (biological males) being permitted into women’s only spaces (such as locker rooms, bathrooms), or on to women’s sporting teams, you are a total hypocrite.
A female high school volleyball player in North Carolina recently suffered severe injuries to her head and neck after a biological male opponent hard-spiked a ball at an alleged 70 mph into her face.
by Dan Wells
October 22, 2022
Last month in Cherokee County, North Carolina, a high school girls’ volleyball game was played between Hiwassee Dam High and Highlands High. One of the players on the Highlands team, a biological male, hammered a spike at an estimated 70 mph. The shot looked different than the shots the biological girls were making. It was “abnormally fast,” said one witness.
The spike beaned a Hiwassee Dam girl in the head. The assaulted player went down hard, having suffered devastating injuries to her head and neck. A month has passed, and she is still suffering from a long-term concussion, including impairment to her vision. She has not been cleared to play.
…The Cherokee County Board of Education met on Sept. 21 and decided, in a 5-1 vote, that Hiwassee Dam High School forfeit all girls’ volleyball matches against Highlands School.
It was decided further that “The County will not participate in any volleyball games, varsity or junior varsity, against Highlands due to safety concerns.”
October 22, 2022
by James Gordon
Footage of a North Carolina girl’s high school volleyball match has emerged in which a player suffered a serious injury after a transgender girl [a biological male] lobbed a ball at her [his] opponent, striking her [the biological female] in the head.
The physical injuries suffered by the female student-athlete at Hiwassee Dam High School were to her head and neck.
It’s estimated that the volleyball was thrown at 70mph – and was described as ‘abnormally’ fast by one bystander.
Neither player has been identified.
And the incident has since had far-reaching implications for how the game is played in the state after news spread how the offending shot had been played by a biological male.
The Hiwassee Dam female player is still suffering from long-term concussion symptoms, including problems with her vision and has not been cleared to play.
…The board appeared to dance around the controversial subject of trans people playing sports for the teams whose sex they were not born into.
Indeed, the board did not refer to any players’ sexuality but instead cited concerns over safety.