More details into the suspension of Tippecanoe Valley High football coach

(Photo supplied / Tippecanoe Valley School Corporation)

The reason for why the Tippecanoe Valley High School football coach has been indefinitely suspended has been revealed.

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Tippecanoe Valley School Corporation issued a press release Wednesday explaining the decision to suspend head coach Stephen Moriarty. The school says during halftime of a football game Moriarty threw two water bottle crates in the locker room.

One of the crates ricocheted off the wall and hit a player. That player missed the rest of the game as a result but is expected to be back in action Friday.

The school’s board of trustees will discuss Moriarty’s case during an executive session on Thursday, Oct. 5, which is not open to the public.

Assistant football coach Jeff Shriver has taken over the team until Moriarty’s fate is decided.

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1 comment

PC gone wild...again! October 5, 2017 at 10:10 am

In a sport that requires players to be extreme in their physical behavior the coach must be a pacifist…Makes perfect sense to me. The coach didn’t hit anyone. Just was making a point and an accident happened. So what! No one died. Sounds like no one was even hurt. Now we know why Tippy Valley loses so many games. Why not ban football and have the all the players join a book club in its place. Oh wait, they might get yelled at by a librarian and then he\she would have to be suspended for ridiculous behavior…What a joke!


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