High School Basketball Team’s 161-2 Win Gets Coach Suspended

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In California, the Arroyo Valley High School of San Bernadino girls’ basketball team got a win over Bloomington High School 161-2. This was enough to earn a two game suspension for Arroyo Valley head coach Michael Anderson from his school. Even though the coaches talked before the game to make sure it did not get to far out of hand, Anderson wanted his team to get a full half of good play in to prepare his team for their next opponent. Arroyo Valley proceeded to run a full-court press for the entire first half (going to break ahead 104-1), and refused to take out the starters and slow up play until mid-third quarter The referees could not go to a running clock until the fourth quarter, per state rules. Bloomington coach Dale Chung said after the experience, “People shouldn’t feel sorry for my team. They should feel sorry for his team, which isn’t learning the game the right way.”

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  1. That is brutal, but it’s how the game is played sometimes. Sucks for them that they could only score two free throws in the entire game.

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