Michigan school concerned about sportsmanship after new football record.

Published October 14, 2021 11 Views

Rumble Michigan school concerned about sportsmanship after new football record.
A school board in northern Michigan plans to send a protest over sportsmanship following a football player’s 16-goal record-setting game against a winless team.
The backlash over Kevin Hubbell’s performance continued on Monday night at a meeting of the Kingsley board.
Members didn’t take a formal vote, but there was clear support for sending a letter to the Benzie Central district, the superintendent said.
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Hubbell, one of the best players in Michigan, scored 16 goals in a 17-0 victory by Benzie Central on September 29, setting state and national records for most goals in a high school game.
“He was firing them off like a rocket,” said Heather Bartelmay, a Kingsley school board member whose son was goalkeeper for part of the game.
“We went over and hugged our boys.
That’s what was needed.

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