Video: Pyschotic Mom at LHSAA Cheerleading Championships

Some parents support their children’s athletic efforts and some parents REALLY support their kid’s athletic efforts. This lady REALLY wants to support her cheerleading daughter. This appears to have taken place at the Louisiana High School Athletic Association Cheerleading Championships this week in Lake Charles. “More swagger!” Original video shot by HogAlleyHogs.  Here’s some explanation from the YouTube posting: Here’s some video I shot at the 2011 LHSAA Cheer &…

December 8, 2011

BadJocks Update: Hot Cheer Coach & Hooters Waitress Claims Parent Sent 100 Emails to Get Her Fired

Hooters girl serving beer, wings, good times
December 7, 2011

UPDATE TO THE UPDATE:We found a newer story that now claims that the angry parent sent 200 emails to school officials to get Zivich fired. UPDATE: So maybe it wasn’t “philosophical issues” as the principal claimed? You may recall the story of Nicole Zivich, the former cheerleading coach at Estero High School (FLA) who was suddenly fired a couple of weeks ago for what seemed like no reason. Well, now…


Woman Pretends to be Parent Concession Volunteer, Stuffs Several Hundred Dollars Cash in Popcorn Box

Ann O'Connell mug shot
October 12, 2011

At most high schools, the money raised selling pop, candy, hotdogs and popcorn at Friday night football games helps support the athletic programs at the school. And in most cases, it volunteer parents who work at those stands in all kinds of weather to help raise that money. Then, of course, you sometimes have a stranger like Ann L. O’Connell, who walked into the busy concession stand at Barrington High…


Female #Football Booster Arrested for Sex w. Member of Team, 16 – Cherish Arroyo

Cheris Arroyo mug shot picture
September 22, 2011

Everyone in Glendale, Arizona thought Cherish Arroyo was doing a good thing volunteering as the football booster club treasurer at Copper Canyon High School. As it turns out, she was–allegedly–actually getting some kind of compensation for her efforts, but not the monetary kind. Police say Arroyo is accused having sex at least three times with a member of the high school football team. The boy reportedly told his parents that he had both…


Ten Cops Need to Break Up Brawl Involving Young #Cheerleader, “Mouthy” Coach

Not a lot of details, but a pretty funny local news report about another youth football brawl in Florida. This time in St. Petersburg where it was the ladies who got into it. Last time a player tackled a referee. According to police, five females–including one adult–were arrested following the game at JC Turner Field between the Silver Raiders and a team from Carrollwood. Those arrested included a mother, her…

September 7, 2011

Youth #Football League Season Canceled After Parents Misbehave

In Hartford County, Maryland, the football season for the Bel Air Terps 12U Red team is over. What, did the league run out of money? Did Hurricane Irene destroy their playing field? Nope. Parents behaving badly caused the Upper Chesapeake Youth Football League to cancel the season. Not a lot of details about the incidents that started this chain-reaction, but apparently two parents got into it at a team scrimmage….

September 2, 2011

Angry Parent at Youth #Football Game Arrested for . . . Biting Cops?

Parents behaving badly at their kid’s sporting events is nothing new. A parent running onto the field to protest a bad call is also quite common. Being asked to leave the field by the commissioner of the league? It happens. Refusing to leave the field AND biting two cops who try to arrest you? That honor alone belongs to DeJuan “You Can’t Arrest Me!” Wells, 28, of Indianapolis who rushed…

August 22, 2011

Parents Brawl Following “Bad Officiating” During Little League Game for 7 & 8-Year-Olds

According to reports, either 50 people or 20 people were involved in a brawl following a Little League game in Maryland last week. Eventually things got so bad that cops from three different jurisdictions were dispatched, and Maryland State Trooper showed up for good measure. It all started, as these things usually do, with parents upset with the officiating during the game involving seven and eight-year-old players. Some parents also…

August 10, 2011