Friday was a bad night for the Davis Senior High School football team. After losing 66-6 on the field, players returned to the visitors’ locker room at Grant Union High School to discover it had been ransacked and their personal belongings stolen.I have such contempt for people who would act this way.
Thousands of dollars in smartphones, iPads, headphones and a laptop were missing, as were wallets and money. Clothing was strewn across the floor, drenched with Gatorade and other liquids, according to Davis parent Michael Fields, who attended the game.
The Blue Devils spent the rest of the night lined up in uniform, waiting to talk to police officers about their stolen items, said Shelley Morse, another Davis parent.
Grant has had so many problems--the campus is not in the best of neighborhoods--that it's a wonder any team would consent to play there. Perhaps the league should "suggest" to them that they can't play until their school is no longer a threat of being a crime scene.