Lunenburg Girl Who Got Boned By MIAA Dooshnozzles After Winning Boy’s District Golf Championship Should’ve Just Said She’s A Boy Because That’s A Thing Now
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Lunenburg golfer Emily Nash shot the best score at the Central Massachusetts Division III girls golf tournament on Tuesday with a three-over-par 75, defeating her closest competitor on the boys side by four strokes. Nash, however, was not named champion and will not move on to compete at the state level due to an MIAA rule which prohibits girls from advancing to the state tournament as individuals.
Per the Telegram & Gazette, the MIAA rule is as follows: “Girls playing on a fall boys’ team cannot be entered in the Boys Fall Individual Tournament. They can only play in the Boys Team Tournament. If qualified, they can play in the spring Girls Sectional and State Championships.”
Nash shot her score from the men’s tees.
Since Lunenburg did not qualify as a team, Nash was not eligible to be named the champion or move on. Nico Ciolino of Advanced Math and Science Academy was declared the official champion with a score of 79. According to the Telegram, Ciolino offered the first-place trophy to Nash, but she declined.
Congratulations to the team for finishing 4th in Districts! Emily Nash had low round of the tournament shooting a 75! ⛳️ pic.twitter.com/GQnPyAiWOo
— Lunenburg H.S. Golf (@LunenburgGolf) October 24, 2017
Oh look, the MIAA doing what the MIAA exists to do – fuck kids over. What else is new? Here’s some stories we’ve chronicled about what a joke they are:
- They refused to reschedule a playoff baseball game in 2014 between Methuen and Chelmsford, even though both teams combined had over a dozen kids taking the SATS. The MIAA told the kids they had to choose which was more important because rescheduling would allegedly affect potential gate revenue.
- They suspended multiple kids from Beverly High School’s lacrosse team for the district championship game because they smoked a cigar with their fathers after their high school graduation.
- They charge parents $17 to watch their kids play at Gillette Stadium in Super Bowl games, even though the Kraft family lets them host games there for free.
- They harassed a Fitchburg Sentinel and Enterprise photographer at a district final basketball game at WPI for doing her job, because she was using an iPhone to take a picture instead of a more expensive camera.
- Nothing is worse than what they did to current UConn star running back Kevin Mensah. After school choicing to Shepherd Hill for his senior year, the MIAA would not let him play football because the jealous, vindictive dickbag athletic director at Holy Name wouldn’t sign a simple waiver. This was bad because Kevin was highly recruited and colleges could not watch him if he didn’t play. Then Mensah took them to court where they told a judge that the reason he could not transfer was because he was too good. A lesser player would’ve been allowed to transfer. After we shamed the AD from Holy Name into signing the waiver the MIAA still wouldn’t let him play, and took HIM to court. A child. Finally a judge told them they were stupid and let Kevin play, but only after missing games against Shrewsbury and St. John’s.
- According to the MIAA’s 2012 tax returns, they pay their executive director $230,000 a year. It’s probably more than that now. The MIAA makes money by forcing member schools to pay dues, taking all gate receipts from playoff games hosted by schools, and making parents pay ridiculous prices to watch their children play a game.
— Telegram & Gazette (@telegramdotcom) October 25, 2017
Why do schools continue to blindly associate themselves with this corrupt organization? If all the AD’s in Massachusetts came together and just created their own independent governing body, they could run and organize these tournaments on their own. Instead they pay all this money to these assbags in Franklin to fuck over their kids whenever they get the opportunity. There’s literally no need whatsoever for the MIAA to exist, except to give retired administrators who are already collecting pensions a way to double dip and buy another home on the Cape.
Emily Nash is just the next in a long line of kids who will get screwed over. There will be many after her as long as AD’s continue to voluntarily associate with this group.
Pretty shitty job of reporting all around by the Turtlegram and Trashlive. They forgot to point out the most important part of this story – Emily Nash is competing against boys is because Lunenburg didn’t have enough girls to field a girls team. What other option did she have? How is this not a Title IX violation? Where is her opportunity to compete?
I could beat her!! pic.twitter.com/VOG3GiGPHH
— Party Waren Kebber (@WebbDawgTG) October 25, 2017
Most importantly she SHOT FROM THE BOY’S TEES!!! What else do you need to know? She had no advantages whatsoever, and she won by FOUR FREAKING STROKES!!
Here’s another thing. Her score counted towards Lunenburg’s team score. Ya got that? She was allowed to compete for the team, and if the team had qualified for the state tournament (they didn’t) then she would’ve gone on. How does that make any sense? What kind of stupid, pointless rule lets a girl count towards the team championship but not the individual championship? But then again this is what the MIAA exists to do – create and enforce rules that fuck over children.
Props to the kid from AMSA who got second place though for offering her the champion’s trophy. Also props to her for not only winning but declining the trophy. How refreshing it is to see the two best athletes from the everyone gets a trophy generation decline a trophy for once. If Emily is reading this we’d like to offer her a free t-shirt so at least she gets something out of this. Everyone gets a t-shirt is way better than everyone gets a trophy. Feel free to message us on Facebook.
Here’s what the girl should’ve done – just say she’s a boy. That’s a thing now. You can just say you’re a member of the opposite sex and compete against them. A freshman boy in Connecticut last year won the girl’s district championship in the 100 meters dash because, ya know, he was a finely tuned boy competing against high school girls.
So let me get this straight. This strong, athletic boy with a mustache and dreadlocks can beat up on high school girls, but a girl isn’t allowed to beat up on boys who are bigger and stronger than she is? It’s almost as if the entire premise of “transgender rights” only seems to hurt women. Not to go off on a tangent here, but the transgender rights people didn’t really think any of this through. It just felt good so they told us all we had to accept it. But despite what SJWs will tell you, there are physical differences between girls and boys. It’s not just what you think in your head. It’s why we separate the genders. Because boys are stronger and faster than girls. So I have no problem with girls like Emily competing against boys (especially when they have no other options), but obviously boys should not be allowed to compete in girl’s sports.