We found the box, which was reported by Berlin’s coaching staff on MaxPreps.com.
Farm: 0 0 0 0 — 0
Berlin: 13 15 14 15 — 57
B–Jack Cooper 5 run (kick failed)
B–Andrew Hornberger 2 pass from Jim Connelly (Connelly kick)
B–Cameron Johnson 29 pass from Jim Connelly (Kevin Tatro run)
B–Johnson 6 run (Connelly kick)
B–Tatro 1 run (Connelly kick)
B–Cooper 45 run (Connelly kick)
B–Max Delorenzo 5 run (Connelly kick)
B–David Campagna 13 run (Campagna run)
So, ahead 49-0, Berlin scored a touchdown and a two-pointer toward the end. I’m told by another colleague that Berlin actually went for it which, to me, is nuts.
One more time, while I said Berlin coach John Capodice should be suspended, I want to be clear that I don’t believe he’s guilty of unsportsmanlike conduct. It’s the policy I’m attacking.
Coaches shouldn’t have to go through what a good coach like John Capodice, Central’s Dave Cadelina or any of the good coaches down here sometimes have to go through to keep a score down.
The 50-point policy is wrong because it is inherently superficial. It forces us to look like decent human beings instead of teaching us to act like decent human beings.
I’ve had my say, you can be the judge. We’ll find out today what happened.
(my guess is he’s not suspended)