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5A BLITZ REWIND: Momentum, teamwork are keys to Wolves’ win

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  • MadDad posted at 8:30 am on Tue, Oct 29, 2013.

    MadDad Posts: 11

    Temple gets away with the most penalties in the district. They will hold and do lots of unsportsmanlike penalties. The refs in the district have there favorites and Temple is one of them. I've seen temple kids rip the helmets off other kids and not get a flag. Where do we get these refs?

  • MAJAG89 posted at 7:54 pm on Mon, Oct 28, 2013.

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    Temple's TE, Minter was absolutely devastating in his role as a blocker in the Heights game. That is undeniable.
    What is also undeniable is why.........HE HELD THE DEFENDER EVERY TIME.
    The Head Referee watched him every time and refused to call the penalty.
    it was an absolute travesty.
    of course the Knights didn't quit fighting. Well at least not until the coaching staff quit in the 4th quarter and then the boys followed suit.