We told you on Friday about Troy Hennum the newly-hired and quickly-fired softball coach at Roosevelt high school in Seattle. He used his athletes to help score him dates with other girls in a self-described "genius" use of his coaching position. He was also let go from a previous position for sending inappropriate…
Troy Hennum, the 25-year-old softball coach at Roosevelt HS in Seattle, started work last week. It took him until Monday to be placed on unpaid leave after sending his players out on a scavenger hunt. Their mission: take photos of "cute girls" and get their phone numbers for him.
An insidious trend is developing in Wisconsin. First it was Montee Ball and his $429 ticket for trespassing at a block party. Now comes news that the varsity softball coach at Oconta Falls high school, Dawn Larsen (not pictured), was given a $177 citation after a parent complained about her potty mouth.
Wasn't that a fun time, when a reporter at a little Louisiana newspaper accidentally left in some dummy text that made it to print. Oh, we all had a guffaw or two, yes we did. But then we moved on.
"Officers were called around 8:25 p.m. on a report of two baseball teams fighting....up to 30 people, some armed with bats, fighting....The combatants were members of the Cheyenne Mountain and Wasson High School girls softball teams." [Denver Post]
Up in Maine, girls can like girls, girls can like boys and girls can like sheep, but, apparently, girls cannot haze their high school softball teams by making their players walk barefoot through sheep feces.