NAYZE MEDIA 3/24/2021 5:44pm(est)
An upcoming high school game in Massachusetts was canceled on Wednesday because anti-semitic language was allegedly used earlier in the season by Duxbury players. That was earlier in March. The game was against Duxbury and Plymouth High schools.
CBS Sports .com (@cbssports) reported that Plymouth school officials reached out to Duxbury school officials to alert the school that its players were heard using anti-semitic slurs while calling audibles during the scrimmage games between the teams on March 12th of this year. Duxbury players allegedly used words like “rabbi”, “dreidel,” and “Auschwitz” as audibles when the team was at the line of scrimmage in the March 12th game. Duxbury football head coach, Dave Maimaron was fired hours after Duxbury Superintendent, John Antonucci, announced the cancellations on Wednesday. Maimaron had been Duxbury football head coach since 2005. He has a 159-43 lifetime record as head coach.