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We’ve written about the insanity out of Somerset-Berkley High School’s field hockey team, because their two best players, who play the entire team, are boys. One of the boys is the coach’s son, the other is over 6 feet tall. This picture says it all:
A picture says a thousand words. pic.twitter.com/CcB12ZtcaG
— UncleTB (@UncleTurtleboy) November 17, 2018
These two boys have scored almost all of the goals for this team, beating teams full of girls along the way because field hockey is a sport for girls, not for boys who can’t beat boys so they have to beat up on girls. They beat King Philip, Walpole, and finally Masco in the state semifinal to get to the State Championship against Nashoba. All of those teams are powerhouses and the girls on the teams felt cheated, as they should. They were cheated out of a fair game because the coach of the other team is a coward who plays two boys against a team full of girls.
I said going into the game that Nashoba should’ve refused to play unless Somerset agreed to sit their boys. The only way this is going to change is if teams refuse to participate in this charade. But of course that wasn’t going to happen, and this was the result of today’s state final:
FHOCKEY: Division 1 state final – Somerset Berkley 2, Nashoba 1 – Lucas Crook scores twice as he helps Blue Raiders steal win over Chieftains in OT
— Worcester T&G Sports (@tgsports) November 17, 2018
Yup. Lucas Crook, a boy, and the coach’s son, scored both goals, including the game winner in overtime.
— Greg Sullivan (@GregSullivanHN) November 17, 2018
Because he’s a boy, and the people he was playing against are girls. And because he’s a pussy, and his mother is a terrible person who encourages her son to beat up on boys. Some might say it’s mean for an adult to call a junior in high school a pussy, but we’re just telling him the truth that everyone else is afraid to say. Adults are afraid to tell kids no these days, which is why we have a generation of kids asking for hands out because their gender studies degrees don’t pay the bills.
If his feelings are hurt, how does he think the girls on the other teams feel? They worked their ass off to get this far, but ultimately there was nothing they could do to win, because they’re competing against someone with testosterone who has unfair biological advantages due to his gender. Just watch how that game winning goal develops.
Here is Lucas Crook’s game winner. He scored twice in Somerset Berkley’s 2-1 state title win over Nashoba Regional. pic.twitter.com/XkDReqO88N
— Mike Thomas (@NostraThomasHN) November 17, 2018
He got past all of those girls because he is faster than them. Because he’s a boy.
He was able to beat the goalkeeper because his reaction time is faster and he’s able to hit the ball faster. Because he’s a boy.
Notice the other boy is right next to him as the play develops too. If it wasn’t one boy it would be the other.
The coaches of Walpole and King Philip are petitioning the MIAA for this obvious rule change, but you know they won’t do shit because the MIAA is corrupt and useless, and works against the best interest of kids whenever possible.
Meanwhile the Somerset-Berkeley school sanctioned student newspaper actually wrote a column mocking people who have a problem with this:
Newsflash Somerset – you accomplished nothing. This championship is meaningless and comes with an asterisk. And that sucks for the girls, because we’ll never know if they could win without the boys. The Nashoba girls outscored the Somerset girls 1-0. They are the real state champions, not you. Don’t want the asterisk? Tell your male teammates you don’t want them on your team anymore, and prove to everyone that you can win without them. But you can’t, because you need boys to win.