It's an example. Here's another that happens all the time. Teenagers shopping at the mall. Police officer asks them to leave (suspicious looking). They refuse because they aren't "doing anything wrong." What happens next? Police officer asks again and if they continue to resist they are escorted off the premises.
If his principal was out there like she should have been the coach wouldn't have put in that situation to begin with.
quote:IDlpeach has stated the facts guys. This is exactly the way things went down. Peach have ya heard anything else about a possible forfeit?
The game was not delayed. Even with everything that happened, Parkway's band perfomed at their scheduled time, and the kickoff still took place at 7:00 with Tut on the field. When things started happening, the LOH principal started making her way to the field, but Tut was already in cuffs. This whole thing took place very quickly, not some long ordeal as some people think. Why would a principal be on the field with the team during warmups?
quote:Your not getting it. Coach was cuffed before principal could get down there.
As a coach, the thing to do would have been to immediately call for your principal and say, "My principal is on her way and you guys can discuss it when she gets here." That situation needed to be handled between the administrators.
quote:No doubt the kids had no problem with each other. Thanks friend
No, I haven't. I really don't expect that, nor would I want that. Our team will tell anyone that their team played a clean game. They've all said how there was very little trash talk, and that they were friendly. Both teams helped each other up after plays. It's sad that something like this messed up a night for the kids, because it was supposed to be for them.
What I can't defend is the fact that the Coach could have just left the field when asked by the Deputy and if the Coach had a gripe with that, then he could have flied a complaint with the LHSAA, the BSO or whoever he felt he needed to.