Some Connecticut students and parents are calling for a rule change after transgender teens dominated at the high school state track and field competition.

Terry Miller, who was born a male but identifies as a female, came in first place twice during the June 4 meet, running the 100-meter dash in 11.72 seconds and the 200-meter dash in 24.17 seconds.

Another male-to-female transgender athlete, Andraya Yearwood, finished in second place in the 100-meter event.

Now, Bianca Stanescu, whose daughter Selina Soule finished in sixth place in the 100-meter race, is circulating a petition calling on the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference (CIAC) to change its gender policy.

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According to the CIAC handbook:

The school district shall determine a student’s eligibility to participate in a CIAC gender specific sports team based on the gender identification of that student in current school records and daily life activities in the school and community at the time that sports eligibility is determined for a particular season.

Stanescu wants the CIAC to only allow male-to-female transgender athletes to compete with girls if they undergo testosterone suppression treatment and wait a certain period of time.

"[It] has created an uneven playing field recently since it's known biologically male athletes versus female athletes are different," Stanescu said on "Fox & Friends."

She said her daughter is upset, not because she came in 6th place in the 100-meter dash, but because the current CIAC gender identity policy creates a lopsided competition.

"It feels to her -- as it [does] to most of us -- that it is an unfair playing field."

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