For the first time in more than a month, a North Carolina high school soccer team tasted victory, outlast a conference opponent on the road by a point in overtime.
But since last Friday's match, People have talked a lot about the final score. They were talking about an Instagram video posted the next night by an assistant coach who used a racial slurs to talk about team players – Many of them are black – while he went out at a bar to celebrate the victory.
In the video, coach, John Hoskins, screams, the power of White White, Knightdale. I still love you, use the icons.
He later deleted the story on Instagram, but it was too late – someone shared it with officials at the public school where he worked, Knightdale Design High School near Raleigh, N.C.
By Sunday, Mr. Hoskins resigned, according to school administrators, who condemned his language.
I heard about a disturbing video showing an assistant coach on our football team making racist comments at a local facility on Saturday night, Keith Richardson, Principal Knightdale, said in one Letter posted on school website on Tuesday. While he was not a teacher or official staff at our school, I was disappointed and disappointed to see this kind of behavior and thinking from someone in a trusted position.
Mr Richardson said the school's coaches were supposed to be models and maintain the most integrity.
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