"It has created a huge problem for the kids because they can't practice. You're talking about 21 girls who need a ride anywhere outside. Most of these girls don't drive."
-- Belmiro Pereira, girls soccer coach at Tolman High School in Pawtucket, R.I., on his team having to practice on an "untreated lot" about two miles from school. A lawsuit, spearheaded by the American Civil Liberties Union, has been filed, arguing that the city of Pawtucket has been favoring Saint Raphael Academy -- a prominent Catholic school -- at the expense of public school teams in allocating use of city fields. (AP)