At San Diego Jewish school with football team, snacks must be kosher — pigskin allowed.
Edmon J. Rodman
San Diego, Calif. — The snack bar is always kosher and the games are never on Friday night. The roster is packed with names like Adam, Isaac, Benjamin and Micah, with an Ori, Ethan, Yuval and Noam thrown in. The players huddle to say the Sh’ma before taking the field; the quarterback calls the plays in Hebrew.
Meet the San Diego Jewish Academy Lions, perhaps the only 11-man Jewish high school football team in America.