Seems like everyone on the field goal team forget about the rules and just stood there.
Here’s more from the YouTube description:
Week 9 // Friday, November 2, 2012
Rattlers Stadium, Sharyland, Texas
Edinburg North Cougars @ Sharyland Rattlers
Edinburg North’s 44 yard field goal attempt fell short, falling into the awaiting hands of Sean Landez, who caught the ball at the edge of the end line 9.9 yards in to the end zone. After maintaining his balance, he turned back for the return, racing down the sideline behind his blockers all the way in for a 109.9 yard Touchdown return! (Sharyland won 48-7)
Oxbow Union High School’s (VT) three-sport coach/phys ed teacher Brian Musty has been coaching since 1989 and allegedly he got a little closer to one of his students than the law allows back in the late 1990′s. According to police, a woman who was a high school student at that time told her therapist recently that she had sex with Musty “hundreds of times” starting when she was only 15 and he was 28. According to the victim, these hook-ups happened at his home; at Oxbow Union High School including in a shower room between the coaches’ offices; in his car while the pair were driving to and from the school; and at his family’s camp in New Hampshire.
According to at least one report, the girl lived with Musty and his family during that period because her family had proven too dysfunctional and abusive.
Musty was arrested after police had the now adult woman call Musty to discuss their relationship and secretly recorded the conversation. Here’s more on the story from the Times Argus:
According to the affidavit, during that call Musty told the woman “nothing like that has ever happen (sic) since,” “I guess for me it was something like if it was just sex … I would have stopped calling you … once (you) got married and moved away and stuff,” and “maybe we did some things we should not have.”
He repeatedly mentioned caring about the woman and making mistakes, and said, “I mean it’s kind of why I got into teaching phys ed (to) try to help kids through high school,” according to investigators.
Remember the story from this summer about the California soccer players at La Puente High School who allegedly had a “pole tradition” as part of their hazing of new players? Looks like several former members of the team might be on their way to prison where they could be able to participate in their own “pole tradition.”
And we’re not talking about one or two minor charges that will be plea bargained away: a couple of the accused have been hit with 10 charges each, based on what police are describing as four separate incidents with different victims. According to the LA Times:
Two of the boys, both 17, were charged with 10 counts each: one felony count of sexual penetration with a foreign object, one felony count of assault with a deadly weapon, four misdemeanor counts of sexual battery and four misdemeanor counts of hazing. A 16-year-old boy was charged with six counts: felony sexual penetration with a foreign object, felony assault with a deadly weapon, and two misdemeanor counts each of hazing and sexual battery.
Without going into a lot of details, the teens are accused of either luring, or having the boys soccer coach send, victims to some kind of equipment room where a group of upperclassmen from the team waited with a small, sharpened pole (some early reports were calling it a javelin) which was they then attempted to insert into the new player’s rectum.
One 17-year-old boy was “brutally assaulted” in May after he entered the storage room to return some equipment, the claim alleges. He was attacked by varsity team members who carried a long pole with a sharp end while other players recorded the attack with their cellphones.
In addition to the charges against the alleged attackers, parents of the victims have said they will file a lawsuit against the Hacienda La Puente Unified School District claiming the hazing had been going on for years. NOTE TO SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS: This will be you soon if you have hazing “traditions” at your school that you allow to continue.