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Sep 9, 07, 02:07 PM #16It is also very hard to get a bunch of 15-18 year olds not to lose their temper.
No matter how disciplined the team may be.
Sometimes its really tough to get adaults to keep their cool. I'm not justifying the fighting. But I think it is unfair to imply that Fairviews team is undisciplined due to one incident. Fairview has a good coaching staff that I am sure has taught their kids discipline.Advertisement
Sep 9, 07, 02:46 PM #17Originally Posted by FBALL
My post about the importance of discipline was not directed toward any individual team or player. Whether fifteen or eighteen year olds makes no difference, they have to be disciplined at all times, if not they pay for their actions and the team concept suffers. It happens to all teams but it still doesn't make it ok.
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Sep 9, 07, 05:08 PM #18
I heard that some of Nicholas Co.'s fans were also told to leave the stadium and escorted out.
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Sep 9, 07, 05:42 PM #19
Originally Posted by Russell Devil Fan
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The simple fact is that these rookie refs let it get out of control from the very start.
cvillecat if you anything about football you know that play after play punching and cheap shots will start both sides if the refs let it go to a point that it gets out of hand.