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Shaffer5

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Refs at Hilldale 09/28/2019
« on: September 28, 2019, 07:31:59 pm »
I just wanted to brag about how well these guys did all day long. They were even tempered and in command. Great job today!

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Re: Refs at Hilldale 09/28/2019
« Reply #1 on: September 29, 2019, 10:07:28 pm »
I just wanted to brag about how well these guys did all day long. They were even tempered and in command. Great job today!

Was wondering if anyone would post about this game. I was not there obviously but a good friend of mine was and told me that some 4th grade boys were ejected and the game got out of hand. pushing shoving etc... Stated the refs were either new or unsure of themselves on alot of plays which effected the tempo. Just curious. Ive been pleased so far with our refs overall performance at each game.

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Re: Refs at Hilldale 09/28/2019
« Reply #2 on: September 30, 2019, 05:50:11 am »
There was an incident at the end of the game but, no players were ejected. The refs handled everything as they should have. I believe Sequoyah won the game 13-0 in the game you referring to. Not sure who's tempo they were affecting but, I coach 1st & 5th and they did not affect tempo in either game.

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Re: Refs at Hilldale 09/28/2019
« Reply #3 on: September 30, 2019, 08:51:15 am »
Thanks for the feedback, I will let the officials know!  It is rare when you get game that doesn't have a 1-3 year official on it and to be honest, we need more good young officials.  If you see one out there you feel is new, pick on the veteran and leave that new guy alone :)
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Re: Refs at Hilldale 09/28/2019
« Reply #4 on: September 30, 2019, 11:28:52 am »
There was an incident at the end of the game but, no players were ejected. The refs handled everything as they should have. I believe Sequoyah won the game 13-0 in the game you referring to. Not sure who's tempo they were affecting but, I coach 1st & 5th and they did not affect tempo in either game.

Great.  Like I said.  Wasn’t there.  Glad to hear it worked out. 

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Re: Refs at Hilldale 09/28/2019
« Reply #5 on: September 30, 2019, 11:32:40 am »
Yes sir

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Re: Refs at Hilldale 09/28/2019
« Reply #6 on: October 04, 2019, 11:58:46 am »
Not entirely true. There was an incident after the last play in which 2 hilldale players attacked a Sequoyah player first pushing then when he walked away full on punching him and tackling him to the ground and continuously punching and kicking him. These refs even went over along with coaches to break it up claimed they were recording the incident and noting #13 and #33 from hilldale were being ejected and suspended. They did not do their jobs and report the incident..They need to be held accountable so noone gets seriously hurt. Both the children and refs. highly disappointed in the refs and infc for not taking swift action and accountability on this. I am confident if this doesn't get resolved this week it will next week.

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Re: Refs at Hilldale 09/28/2019
« Reply #7 on: October 04, 2019, 01:21:25 pm »
Lol the refs handled it exactly as they should have. There was an incident but, they caught the aftermath and handled it appropriately.  The only alarming thing is that Sequoyah had parents that started to leave the stands and that is never ok. The refs are on the field for a reason and adults should never escalate the situation+ The situation went down as the majority of both teams were headed towards the 50 yd line to shake hands. The Ref's handled everything about as good as they could have given the circumstances.  Rest assured that if the situation warrants a kid being kicked out of a game that they will do what is necessary as I have even witnessed 1st graders be removed. So, once again I say the Refs done a great job at Hilldale on 09/28/2019.
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Re: Refs at Hilldale 09/28/2019
« Reply #8 on: October 04, 2019, 02:53:12 pm »
You're correct, Sequoyah parents should not have left their seats but when a parent sees at a youth football game their child being full on attacked for no reason and jumped by 2 other players punching and kicking him then they tend to want to make sure their child is ok. Bottom line is that should not be happening and there were dirty, late hits happening all game long and calls being missed. There needs to be accountability for those players because that is NOT what INFC or youth football is about. Someone will get hurt. Refs are entrusted with these children's safety. Even if the refs didn't do their job, the head coach should be suspending those kids for acting like that and all the unsportsmanlike conduct. There is video footage of the majority of it and I understand refs cannot catch everything but that unnecessary fight at the end they most certainly did not do their job and did not turn in their report and it will be handled.
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Re: Refs at Hilldale 09/28/2019
« Reply #9 on: October 04, 2019, 03:00:48 pm »
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Re: Refs at Hilldale 09/28/2019
« Reply #10 on: October 04, 2019, 03:01:30 pm »
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Re: Refs at Hilldale 09/28/2019
« Reply #11 on: October 04, 2019, 03:02:29 pm »
If you have video footage of what you are claiming and then submit it. The whole game was chippy on both sides and it would depend on which side you ask apparently as to where the late hits came from. No child was in any danger and the refs handled it in what they felt was an appropriate manner. They said they had questions about the Sequoyah player as well but, did not actually see the incident take place as they were headed towards the middle of the field to monitor the handshake and prepare for the next game. Now I have no idea as to whether you are a parent or a coach but, it is clear that you are with Sequoyah. My advice would be for you to concern yourself with Sequoyah and leave Hilldale to us. It is the job of the refs and the Infc hand down punishment. Obviously there has been no punishment handed down at this point. You can assume you know what people seen or did not see but, you cannot say with certainty what was witnessed by whom. Congratulations on the win and best of luck to you guys in the future. As I have already stated. Great job by the Refs at Hilldale on 09/28/2019
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Re: Refs at Hilldale 09/28/2019
« Reply #12 on: October 04, 2019, 05:41:14 pm »
There is video footage taken by a parent of HD players shoving Sequoyah player in the back then grabbing him and showving him down and throwing punches. INFC has NOT reviewed this YET but as I understand it, will be.

The parents that left the stands did not enter the field and did not do anything wrong. You tell a parent who is watching their child gerting beat on to "stay seated" and see how far that goes.

So coach, concentrate on your players playing fair, not throwing late hits (of which there were several), and by all means, not throwing kicks and punches.

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Re: Refs at Hilldale 09/28/2019
« Reply #13 on: October 04, 2019, 05:46:42 pm »
When there are continuous late hits, cheap shots by the same players repeatedly and even away from the action of the ball, after the play and in The back field it makes one wonder how that's even happening and being over looked for one, for 2 it will make for a "chippy" game because the players on the receiving end will eventually get tired of it. Question is, is that a tactic and is that being actually coached and taught? And yes players safety were at risk which is the only reason I commented to enlighten you on facts you may not have been aware of. These things take time to come to light. I'm a fan of football and what happened this particular game was not football. Question now is, is this an isolated occurrence to that day or an ongoing problem? Disciplinary action will eventually follow suit for such poor sportsmanship. These kids, refs, coaches, kids cannot go through football or life turning a blind eye to what's wrong.
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Re: Refs at Hilldale 09/28/2019
« Reply #14 on: October 04, 2019, 06:03:43 pm »
Very similar scenario with refs occurred last Saturday as well in Jenks in which refs did not call appropriately time and time again with major violations IE slamming a players head into the ground a few times caught on video, our coach said he was reaching out to the INFC in which I really hope he did .