Parent, presumably unhappy with official's play-calling during little league, attacks ref
BATON ROUGE – An irate parent attacked a basketball official during a winter league game at the Perkins Road Community Park indoor court, WBRZ has learned.
The “attack,” as described by league organizers, resulted in additional security going forward.
The league will also change how officials determine play calls during a game – to allow players “of all skill levels to learn and grow.”
“… Each game will not be called the exact same,” a Winter League official wrote in an email to parents and obtained by WBRZ.
But, parents were warned to keep their cool: “...This type of behavior will not be tolerated,” the league warned.
A sheriff’s deputy will be on duty for the last two playing dates to keep the peace and overly aggravated parents, coaches or players will be removed.
Winter League costs about $200 per player and is organized for kids between Pre-K age and 8-th grade. There are more than 85 teams in the league, according to its website.
The league's season ends February 2.
Follow the publisher of this post on Twitter: @treyschmaltz
Desktop NewsClick to open Continuous News in a sidebar that updates in real-time.
Fans' Choice Award Winner 2019: Week 1- Isaiah Jones
Coach O Postgame after Lsu defeats Texas 45-38
Hunter Register leads Southern's offense despite loss to McNeese
Taylor Bannister's journey to becoming a LSU Volleyball Superstar
Late Position Battle at Middle Linebacker A Positive for LSU