Saturday, September 05, 2020

Johnson County Golf Game Stays Losing

A serious setback for Golden Ghetto players hoping to return life to normal. Read more:

Johnson County golfers denied temporary restraining order that would allow them to play fall sports

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Five high school golfers in Johnson County were denied their request for a temporary restraining order that would have allowed them to compete this fall.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Poor rich kids didn't get their way.

Anonymous said...

Go find a section 8 girl to screw, they are every where in pinko land.

Anonymous said...

Why the hell would KSHB post this non-story? JO CO schools decided two days ago to resume fall sports.

Anonymous said...

When I read this recently, I thought it was outrageous. Why is girls golf more important than girls volleyball, girls basketball, boys volleyball, ad nauseum. "They may miss the opportunity to be recruited by a prestigious school". This applies to anyone in school who is involved in any sport. What a waste of time and money. The SMSD had to have an attorney to handle this. The girls' parents should pay the bills. They were behind it anyway. Sorry, golf is no different than football!!!

Anonymous said...

^^ Yeah it's different, they're too many whites in golf.

Anonymous said...

Thank God these parents did not get their way. Their spoiled brats don't get to have a golf game, boo hoo.