Wow, what can you say? tough call for the official on that not called touchdown, but on the last play, everyone was in the end zone.
I live in texas and seen the refs steal that game from your boys
OK whats up here, All I see here is poor Dwyer, what everhappened to good sportsmanship,He was representing all us in PC countyand south florida,
Yes they had some bad calls, but there is no excuse for what that young did, He needs to learn what he did was wrong and accountable ,The head coach should have stepped immeditly, It seems Dwyers coaching staff did not handle the situation properly,It s clear the Dwyer coaches when they submitted the paper work to appeal the decision are not willing to take responsibilty for the actions of their player.
Instead they were willing to turn there back on the sitution, I hope the coaches decision was not based on how important it is to win rather then lose, We as parents and coaches must lead by example, I only hope that this situation is not based on wins or loses,This young man must tell his team mates that he was wrong for what he did and take responsibilty for what he did,
'tlo," if you saw the game you would understand the frustration of the entire student body of Dwyer high school, and the emotions shared by a great majority of those posting comments. In addition if you knew about any Dwyer program (be it academic or athletic) you would know that integrity is taught and practed by all involved. Dwyer has been a power-house for years and the "poor Dwyer" comment has no place in this discussion because it does not apply; bad calls were given and the country saw it. The gentleman involved was reprimanded by the Dwyer administration, and FHSAA; and as directed by his sense of fairness and by direction of the Dwyer coaches and administration he apologized to his teammates and his schoolmates.
Maybe if you took the time to read the follow-up you would know these things.
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