KINGSLEY, Mich. — A school board in northern Michigan plans to send a protest over sportsmanship following a soccer player’s 16-goal record-setting game against a winless team.
The backlash over Kevin Hubbell’s performance continued Monday night at a meeting of the Kingsley board.
There's support for sending a protest to the Benzie Central school board.
Hubbell is one of the best players in Michigan. He scored 16 goals in a 17-0 victory by Benzie Central over Kingsley, setting state and national records for most goals.
Kingsley Superintendent Keith Smith says it was a "cheap shot" against a young team.
The Benzie Central coach says he wasn't trying to humiliate an opponent by keeping Hubbell on offense.
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