Author Topic: Refs at Hilldale 09/28/2019  (Read 1723 times)

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Re: Refs at Hilldale 09/28/2019
« Reply #15 on: October 07, 2019, 08:35:44 pm »
Listen brother I understand what you are trying to get but, you also need to understand that tons of people tend to have tunnel vision on these types of issues. I am the President of the Hilldale club and I will tell you that my coaches had the same complaints towards your Sequoyah team. With that being said the game is now over a week ago and I have no clue as to what film you shared or when you shared it but, as of this date we have not been contacted by INFC. I know in the past that if there was not an ejection of a player in a game I have never seen them go back and suspend a player based on film. Not saying that they won't but, I personally have not seen it. The continuous film has always been a rule and it is in place for a reason. If you think about it then it makes perfect sense.  The refs had a different opinion than you or the other people who had the issue. I will say this though.  I think that you guys are extremely over exaggerating the safety issue. I don't feel as tho any of the kids were in any danger. We do not condone fighting on the football field but, in theory if there were to be a fight between 8-9 yr olds I am just not sure how much damage could be done in full pads. Best of luck to you guys in the future. If INFC decides to take action based on your efforts then kudos to you guys. However, I would ask that you go into this a little more open minded the next time around and fairly assess the whole situation on both sides. Again best of luck to you guys moving forward and congratulations on your win. I stand by this original post and commend the refs on a job well done at Hilldale on 09/28/2019.
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