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Comments for: Lee boys soccer forfeits four games due to ineligible player

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  • Anonymous

    Of course it was an international player.  Lee Academy has shown it’s all about the winning, and if that includes ringers, so be it (who cares if recruiting players is against everything that high school sports is all about).

    • Anonymous

      I’m sure they’re just getting in shape for basketball season.  That’s what all the imports are there for…

    • Anonymous

      This is typical of comments from the ill-informed. Making a foolish statement like that without knowing anything about the school or recruiting procedures is not only wrong but your username speaks volumes. There is nothing illegal about these student athletes.

  • Shame Shame

    Shame on the MPA and the Class C East AD’s for accepting this explanation.  This resolution totally messes up the Class C East Soccer Bracket.  Lee Academy cheated and they should be expelled from the 2012 season.  They are just using the same BBall recruiting techniques that have allowed them to steal championships away from real Maine teams and communities.   Now legitamate Class C East soccer teams have to compete in a bracket that has been distorted by the MPA.  All because one team cheated and the MPA handled it poorly.  

    • Anonymous

      Getting stripped of four wins isn’t enough? And don’t get me started on your “real Maine” comment. They chose to go to Lee.

    • Anonymous


  • Anonymous

    imports that go to Lee for sports are the players that can’t make it in top private schools….

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