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Remember when the idiots at the MIAA said they didn’t want Kevin Mensah to play for Shepherd Hill because they didn’t want to allow students to form “super teams.” Well, looks like that argument just went to shit. Shepherd Hill lost to Wachusett 28-21 on Friday night in Mensah’s first game in a Rams uniform. He did rush for 168 yards and two touchdowns:
So I can see why they didn’t want him to play. But at the end of the day one kid can’t make a team a “super team.” Looks like the MIAA was wrong again. As usual.
You would think that the MIAA would be too embarrassed to continue this charade after a judge took a steamy dump on their face. But later this week they’re holding another “hearing” for Kevin Mensah to decide whether or not he is eligible:
Remember, guys, the real moment of truth for Kevin Mensah's season is Thursday when the MIAA will hold an appeal regarding his eligibility.
— Carl Setterlund (@CarlSetterlund) September 24, 2016
Keep in mind, his waiver was signed by both Shepherd Hill and Holy Name. He’s satisfied all MIAA requirements to play. Their entire argument for not letting him play is that he is too good and thus would form a “super team” at Shepherd Hill. They’d be unstoppable and would form a monopoly, much like St. John’s has been doing since the beginning of time. Meanwhile Shepherd Hill lost their only game with him, despite the fact that he rushed for 168 yards and two touchdowns. In other words, they are completely full of shit, but since they’re all just a bunch of corrupt asshole former principals and AD’s, they’re probably gonna decide that he can’t play and make up a new rule just because they can. When they do that we will destroy them. Do the right thing MIAA.
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