The Missouri Attorney General says a high school football team in Northwest Missouri has the right to hold voluntary prayer sessions outside of games.

The Freedom From Religion Foundation sent a letter to the Cameron school district because the players hold prayers before and after games.

But Attorney General Eric Schmitt says the district isn’t breaking any laws.

The Freedom From Religion Foundation has also demanded that Clemson’s football team stop school prayers.

It also tried to get school kids to stop saying the Pledge of Allegiance and tried to erase “In God We Trust” from currency.