A high school girls basketball coach was suspended for 2 games for his stunning lack of good judgment and poor sportsmanship after his team defeated another school by the score of 161-2.
If Coach Michael Anderson had it to do all over again he probably would've sat his starters at halftime when the score was 104-1.
"The game just got away from me,'' Anderson told the San Bernardino Sun. "I didn't expect them to be that bad, I'm not trying to embarrass anybody. And I didn't expect my bench to play that well. I had one player make eight of nine 3s."
Bloomington coach and sore loser Dale Chung told the paper, "People shouldn't feel sorry for my team; they should feel sorry for his team, which isn't learning the game the right way," calling Anderson's decision to let his bench players casually grind Bloomington into fine dust "unethical."
"He knows what he did was wrong," Chung said, losing without grace and setting a poor example for his players.