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Old Thu Nov 10, 2011, 06:06pm
Mark Padgett Mark Padgett is offline
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The only time I can remember replacing a scorer was quite a few years ago during a 6th grade boys game in our local kids rec league. I came to the table to report a technical foul against a player for using profanity. The scorer folded his arms across his chest, shook his head and said he was refusing to "write that down". I just stared at him. He then said the kid was his son and his son "would never do anything like that". At first, I thought it was a joke, but he was serious. I called that team's coach over and told him he had to replace the scorer. In this league, each team provides one parent for the score table. Home does the book and visitors do the clock.

BTW - the guy got up and left the table without incident.
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