The clock ticked down in the second quarter of a high school basketball game in Delaware – a middle class, rural area near Columbus, Ohio. The school sits just 29 miles outside of the city’s center, a modest distance but a world of difference. Standing on the bleachers, immediately behind the opposing team’s basket, the hosting school’s 70-80 students in attendance were adorned in pastel Polo shirts, oxfords, short shorts, boat shoes, and backwards caps. Both the young women and men played their parts.
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