I graduated from Kendrick HS in Columbus, GA.
Title IX was not passed in time to provide competitive sports opportunities for girls at my high school. Daily physical education was required for all students. Physical education classes were segregated by gender, with female teachers for the girls and male teachers for the boys. The girl's curriculum included most team sports, track and field, archery, gymnastics, and "exercise routines to music" (pre-aerobics era). Boys played dodgeball.