An openly bisexual high school baseball player in upstate New York alleges that he was the target of a hateful gay slur during a recent game, setting off an investigation at one school and leaving hurt feelings at another. High School. The Marlboro Central School District has since launched an investigation into precisely what was said during the incident in question. That may seem unlikely, and the investigation into the comments is unlikely to be resolved before the teams face off again on Wednesday. As one might expect, that Wednesday game now has added focus and attention, though Culwell insists he hopes the Rondout Valley fans are more gracious at their home opener, and that both teams can wrap with a more traditional postgame capper.
Bisexual upstate New York high school baseball player alleges gay slur was used in game
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Thank you for being one of our most loyal readers. Please consider supporting community journalism by subscribing. Aycock High varsity baseball team has a longstanding tradition of excellence — both on the field and catapulting players to a collegiate home. In front of a crowd of parents, coaches and assorted well-wishers, Golden Falcon seniors Nolan Harrell, Tyler Daniels, Cody Whaley and Jordan Gay signed National Letters of Intent to continue their baseball careers at the college level. A pair of pitchers in Cody Whaley and Jordan Gay will head to two-year programs. Thomas, formerly a CBA assistant, will take over the program beginning with the season following the retirement of veteran head coach Charles Davis, who was also in attendance. He hit.
Ava Benach and daughter Paloma share a love of baseball. Photo courtesy Ava Benach. Ava Benach signed up her daughter Paloma to play little league baseball when she was five years old.
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