High School Female Quarterback Throws Touchdown Pass In First Game Holly Neher is a high school quarterback who threw a touchdown pass in her very first varsity game, and possibly the first female to throw a touchdown pass in a high school game in Florida.
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High School Female Quarterback Throws Touchdown Pass In First Game

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High School Female Quarterback Throws Touchdown Pass In First Game

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Holly Neher is a high school quarterback who threw a touchdown pass in her very first varsity game, and possibly the first female to throw a touchdown pass in a high school game in Florida.

MARY LOUISE KELLY, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Mary Louise Kelly with news of the high school quarterback who threw a touchdown pass in her very first varsity game. That's right, her - Holly Neher, the first female quarterback for the Hollywood Hills Spartans in Florida may be the first female in state history to throw a touchdown pass in a game.

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KELLY: I was jumping up and down, said Holly. It felt amazing.

You go, girl.

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