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An assistant coach in Portsmouth Virginia, reportedly impersonated a 13-year old female player and proceeded to play in a girls junior varsity game earlier this month.
A report from The Hill said the coach stepped in and impersonated one of the players on the team who couldn’t make it to the game, due to being out of town at a basketball tournament on the 21st of January, when the game in question was played, according to the child’s parents.
The assistant coach was fired after a video of her high-fiving teammates…I mean, her players? I don’t know, but that happened after the coach made a good play on the court. The report did not go into detail about the coach’s box score. The parents of the impersonated girl was not impressed at all by the assistant coach’s actions.
“Coaches always preach to the kids about integrity and those types of things, so I was just shocked”, said the father of the 13-year old girl who was impersonated, after learning of the incident.
The coach has been identified as 22-year old, Arlisha Boykins. Which leaves me with one question that went unanswered throughout the report. How many points did Ms. Boykins have? Because if sis didn’t put up at least 50 points and 10 rebounds on those young whippersnappers, then she should be banned from ever touching a basketball again!