John Q. Public wrote:So did they forfeit or not? MaxPreps is still saying both.
Santa Ana's taken racist grief for the last 30 years. I'm surprised it's still happening. But then again I'm not.
BBB wrote:Source of the post I’m amazed how so many people make knee jerk assumptions without any proof or getting the actual facts straight. Read those Facebook comments. Sad example of how our society has digressed with this group warfare mentality.
joefutbol wrote:Are you suggesting there wasn't any racism, or are you suggesting the amount of racism that occurred is being exaggerated?
John Q. Public wrote:Buck saw a different version of the ad than the rest of us. Not that that has anything to do with High School Sports.
BBB wrote:Source of the post I’m saying there are serious accusations of racism being made based on inconsistent, third hand accounts that haven’t yet been confirmed per the article, Facebook post and the corresponding comments.
BBB wrote:Source of the post Some people went so far as to call Aliso students racist for wearing red, white and blue. That’s absurd. It highlights the overly sensitive, rush to judgment mentality of our society these days.
BBB wrote:Source of the post The only exception is apparently some Aliso kid(s) who said it sucks to be Mexican as the players exited the field.
joefutbol wrote:Source of the post
The colors aren't racist, it's the people using those colors to cloak their racism as patriotism who are racist.