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San Diego school's Friday nights feature nearly twice as many cheerleaders as football players

Looking for real life anecdotal evidence of the impact the decline in football participation in some American states is actually having on the ground? Search no farther than Clairemont High School in San Diego.
Like many in California, Clairemont has always hosted a football team. Like many, it’s success has ebbed and waned, but it’s very existence has never been in doubt … until now. Suddenly, three games into the 2018 season, Clairemont can field just 21 varsity football players, all of whom enter through a tunnel of 32 cheerleaders.
Let that sink in for a moment: 60 percent of the Clairemont students on the football field last Friday night were cheerleaders, not football players