Posted by g on February 17, 2019 at 11:49:40:
In Reply to: Re: Oakwood defeats Carpinteria 63-32 posted by Facts omy on February 17, 2019 at 04:18:20:
: : : : Just got home from the game. Oakwood is strong - they are probably playing as well as a team can play right now. What impressed me the most was their discipline. They pass the ball really well and they are always moving without the ball and cutting and of course their Big man is really strong. Add it all up, and you have a very strong and very competitive team. Final was 63-32. Good job Oakwood - we will wait and see who they will play next week in the championship game.
: : : These posts are now more annoying than the Mike moore posts.
: : Oakwood simply won their game. Advances to championship game next week,,Thats just stating a fact,
: Why are these posts more annoying? Im simply giving the fams who care the score. Why Does that bother you. Just the score bothers you? Get a life.
No, you get a life. You are doing nothing other than bringing negative attention to the program. Whether you are the head coach or just an over zealous parent, people like you create a reputation for their programs. You are setting an expectation now for the boys on the team, who have no idea what you are doing, and ultimately whether it be next Saturday or next season, people will be saying negative things about those boys no matter what. No matter what you say, that is what you are doing. You are not objective and you are talking up a 5A team, which is a division full of very small schools whose goal for athletics is minimal by choice. It's not good enough for you to just be along for the ride, you are just like everyone else in society today who wants everyone to look at them and notice them. To quote a lot of stupid people, "game recognize game," if you have to draw attention to yourself, that is telling enough.
I would hate having a parent/supporter/etc talk about my team in the way that you do. You obviously don't get it(and you will say so), but there is a consequence.
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