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Jurisprudence

December 8, 2010 - Robert "Bubba" Kapral
Justice has now been served, although it has taken much too long. The Brooke High Bruins rightfully now have a chance for the Class AAA football championship. That was in doubt until the West Virginia Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that the Bruins were in and South Charleston's renegades were out. It is good to know the state's highest court understands that using illegal players is a no-no. It's a shame that it went this far, as South Charleston's administration should have ended the flap by not permitting the players in question on the field after getting tossed a week prior. If they had not played, it is safe to say Brooke would have won instead of losing by one. Now with the court ruling safely in their paws, we hope the Bruins take care of business Saturday night and defeat Martinsburg for a much deserved and all too-long delayed state title.

 
 

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