The South Carolina Gamecocks girls’s basketball group has canceled its home-and-home sequence with the Brigham Younger College (BYU) Cougars following the racial incident involving Duke volleyball participant Rachel Richardson at a BYU recreation final week, Daybreak Staley, head coach for the defending nationwide champions mentioned on Friday.

“As a head coach, my job is to do what’s greatest for my gamers and workers,” Staley mentioned in an announcement. “The incident at BYU has led me to reevaluate our home-and-home, and I don’t really feel that that is the correct time for us to interact on this sequence.”


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The Umbrella Academy continues its ongoing thriller surrounding Ben’s dying by mentioning the “Jennifer incident” in season 3. This is what we all know.

WARNING: Spoilers forward for The Umbrella Academy season 3

The Umbrella Academy season 3 throws a large wrench into the thriller of Ben’s dying – what on earth is the Jennifer incident? Since The Umbrella Academy started in 2019, the circumstances surrounding Ben Hargreeves’ dying have sparked intense fan dialog. Ben is already deceased when the story begins, however no character ever mentions how and why his life was misplaced. For 2 complete seasons, The Umbrella

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Coronado High School has been stripped of its first California Southern Regional boys basketball championship due to a tortilla throwing incident that took place after the game.

The California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) levied several sanctions against Coronado on Wednesday, vacating its championship and placing the school on probation through the 2023-24 school year. Coronado is also banned from hosting postseason boys basketball section or regional playoff games through the 2022-23 season.

The CIF’s ruling comes less than two weeks after a racially charged tortilla throwing incident took place after Coronado’s title game win over Orange Glen High School. According to

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Above: Andres Rivera, a father of an Orange Glen High basketball player, speaks at a news conference after tortillas were thrown Orange Glen High School basketball players during a championship game at Coronado High School, June 22, 2021.

Coronado Schools Superintendent Karl Mueller said that after reviewing audio and video accounts of tortillas flung at a largely Latino team when it lost a championship basketball game last Saturday at Coronado High School, no evidence has turned up requiring the school to forfeit the game.

In a three-page letter sent to California Interscholastic Federation executive director Ron

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“I think this is a good start,” said Escondido Union High School District superintendent Dr. Annie Staffieri, who proposed the anti-racism resolution earlier this week. “It’s a step, but it’s only the beginning.”

The resolution, which passed in a 5-0 school board vote, affirms the district’s support for equity, safety, and the well-being of all students. The resolution also pledges to fight racism in all forms to dismantle practices that limit opportunities for students to receive a safe and high-quality education.

On June 19, Orange Glen High School’s predominantly Latino team lost a championship basketball game to the largely white … Read More

The Coronado Unified School Board voted 5-0 on Tuesday night to release JD Laaperi, the head basketball coach at the San Diego-area Coronado High, according to Kami McElligott, an executive assistant to the district’s superintendent and board.

The board did not comment further on the reasoning behind Laaperi’s firing, but the decision took place during a special meeting called to address Saturday’s incident

Laaperi tweeted Saturday that he did not condone the actions of the person who brought the tortillas to the game and distributed them, saying it was “unacceptable and racist in nature.”

CNN has reached out to Laaperi … Read More