Sunday, November 17, 2013

OSG High: Mass. Game Canceled Because of Racist Graffiti

((HT: MyFoxBoston))

The HQ really doesn't have any words to go along with this- except for classless... and that's just a start...

An eighth-grader at Lunenburg (MA) High School in Massachusetts had racist graffiti spray-painted on his house the day of a game against Oakmont Regional (MA) High School.

"Knights don't need no n******," was the phrase on Isaac Phillips' home... and the HQ is fairly certain you can figure out the word isn't "nonsense..."

Phillips is one-quarter black. His father, Anthony Phillips, is half black, and his mother, Andrea Brazier, is white.

Brazier reported the graffiti to police, who notified Lunenburg High.
Superintendent Loxi Jo Calmes went ahead and postponed their game.

Brett Crawford of the Fitchburg (MA) Sentinel and Enterprise caught up with Phillips and his mom:

A team meeting was called for later on Friday to find out if anyone was going to come forward with any information- and, high schoolers being high schoolers, no one did. According to Brazier, her son has been victim of other pranks including having his cleats watered down and put in the trash and having a tire slashed on his bike.

Phillips also says he now wants to transfer schools...


Here's the coverage from suburban Boston...
Boston News, Weather, Sports | FOX 25 | MyFoxBoston

Read more coverage from the Sentinel and Enterprise hyah...

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