SPORTSMANSHIP: Are HS Basketball Routs Inevitable?

SPORTSMANSHIP: Are HS Basketball Routs Inevitable?
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It’s that time of the year when HS basketball games sometimes turn into lopsided affairs, and each year I wonder why coaches and refs allow this to happen.
I mean, if you’ve been around the sport of basketball, it doesn’t take a great deal of expertise to see when the score of a HS game is quickly becoming out of control…

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