By: Katie KleineAction AdvertiserOctober, 2007

For many young women growing up prior to the 1970s, a reality was that most high school sports were only offered to boys.  Female athletes, like Cheryl Mohr, founder of Higher Level Camps, Inc., only got the chance to shine while playing basketball against boys in neighborhood driveways. For many young women growing up prior to the 1970s, a reality was that most high school sports were only offered to boys.  Female athletes, like Cheryl Mohr, founder of Higher Level Camps, Inc., only got the chance to shine while playing basketball against boys in neighborhood driveways. For many young women growing up prior to the 1970s, a reality was that most high school sports were only offered to boys.  Female athletes, like Cheryl Mohr, founder of Higher Level Camps, Inc., only got the chance to shine while playing basketball against boys in neighborhood driveways. For many young women growing up prior to the 1970s, a reality was that most high school sports were only offered to boys.  Female athletes, like Cheryl Mohr, founder of Higher Level Camps, Inc., only got the chance to shine while playing basketball against boys in neighborhood driveways.

For many young women growing up prior to the 1970s, a reality was that most high school sports were only offered to boys.  Female athletes, like Cheryl Mohr, founder of Higher Level Camps, Inc., only got the chance to shine while playing basketball against boys in neighborhood driveways.

For many young women growing up prior to the 1970s, a reality was that most high school sports were only offered to boys.  Female athletes, like Cheryl Mohr, founder of Higher Level Camps, Inc., only got the chance to shine while playing basketball against boys in neighborhood driveways.

For many young women growing up prior to the 1970s, a reality was that most high school sports were only offered to boys.  Female athletes, like Cheryl Mohr, founder of Higher Level Camps, Inc., only got the chance to shine while playing basketball against boys in neighborhood driveways.