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No disciplinary action to be taken after Wellington-Circle scuffle Friday

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Thank you for your input. +12 Vote up Vote down Guest · 255 weeks ago The players and coaches were unfairly portrayed? You mean like the two Circle coaches who were coming out of the restrooms as I was leaving and saying “it better be the refs ringing that f***ing bell”? Keep it classy, Circle. Report Reply 1 reply · active 255 weeks ago +13 Vote up Vote down Football Fan · 255 weeks ago Circle admin. Is just blind (Saving Face) to the conduct of the Circle football coaching staff and SOME of student athletes on this team. That is what is wrong with society today, people today are not accountable and skate by with out any consequences. What a phony Circle response to this unfortunate event. I guess is okay to punch a player….3 times in the throat and put out a response like this. Report Reply 1 reply · active 255 weeks ago +13 Vote up Vote down Guest · 255 weeks ago Or the Circle players who were flipping the bird and dropping the f-bomb to our little kids when they were leaving the field. Nice. Report Reply 0 replies · active 255 weeks ago +7 Vote up Vote down WellMom · 255 weeks ago Circle wasn’t showing the best behavior prior to this scuffle on the side lines. I would like to see a list of all the penalties called during the game. However, the deciding factor for me is what happened during the initial seconds of the altercation. If Circle did indeed punch our player immediately following the tackle, the coach needed to do what he could to separate them. But if Circle didn’t – the coach should’ve never pulled him up by the jersey. Our youth should be held accountable as well, I saw plenty of students lining the way out yelling at the Circle players strictly to antagonize them. The best sportsmanship I saw on the field came from our own Crusader football players who I saw try to protect their coach and blew off the petty shoving etc done after the whistle blew on a play. Report Reply 4 replies · active 255 weeks ago -1 Vote up Vote down Guest · 255 weeks ago Someone needs to forward the above comments (and any future ones) from fans present at the game to the officials at KSHSAA. I tried, however, was unable to find a correct email address for them. I fully agree with “Football Fan” that people are seldom held accountable for their actions, and this is “sad”. No wonder there is such a lack of respect in this society! I can partially understand the frustrations and actions of the participating Circle players, although it was certainly not acceptable behavior. However, the coaches are adults and should have conducted themselves as such. There should be reprimands of some sort issued by KSHSAA. Report Reply 0 replies · active 255 weeks ago +5 Vote up Vote down Larry · 255 weeks ago I was in Wellington this last weekend but unable to attend the game. But didn’t need to since the news reports were on Television several times on Saturday and Sunday. I truly believe if the news media would report it then move on this would have been long forgotten. I bet the team and coaches have moved on and are now preparing for next Friday’s game. I would tell you that his wasn’t the first incident to occur in Crusader history. I seem to remember several incidents back it the late sixties when we played Ark City. But they passed and so will this. Enjoy the win and move on to there next game. Go Big Red Report Reply 0 replies · active 255 weeks ago +1 Vote up Vote down SF9 · 255 weeks ago A fine example of passive aggressive. It explains a lot. Report Reply 0 replies · active 255 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! 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Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Sumner Newscow report — The Kansas State High School Activities Association has told Kansas.com that there will be no disciplinary action taken after a scuffle took place with about two minutes to play in Friday night’s game between Wellington and Circle. Jeremy Holaday, assistant executive director of the KSHSAA, said the state received reports from all parties — Wellington, Circle and the officials. He said the schools will decide what they think is appropriate, and the KSHSAA will take no action.The lone ejection according to the report was a Circle player, who was thrown out shortly before the game was called. The game ended early with Wellington winning 58-8. Wellington Superintendent Rick Weiss said he does not plan on punishing any Crusader athletes or coaches.Wellington Head Coach Tyler Ryan did not speak at the weekly Crusader Club on Monday and had no comment on the incident to various media outlets.Circle USD 375 administrators issued a statement which was published on the KAKE.com website:The Circle USD 375 Administration has reviewed the circumstances surrounding the Circle vs Wellingtonfootball game on Friday, September 18. We find that many of the social media reports and rumors aboutplayer and coach behaviors are inaccurate.Although there were certainly moments where our players and coaches could have conducted themselves in a more appropriate manner, many of the reported behaviors were exaggerated or simply inaccurate. We have viewed multiple videos of the events and have determined that our players and coaches have been unfairly portrayed by various media outlets.Any player/coach contact on the Wellington sideline was not initiated by our player. We are confident that our coaches and administration will address any concerns in a positive manner to help assure that the “right” lessons are learned from our mistakes. We support the decision to end the game early and we take personal responsibility for our contributions which made it a necessity.We will learn from the unfortunate circumstances of last Friday’s game and we will become better through experiencing the adversity. We are proud of the dedication and commitment that our players and coaches are making in their pursuit of building a good football program at Circle.Follow us on Twitter.last_img

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