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Loss Of Beaver Leads To Loss Of Game For JCC Women

March 3, 2013

BUFFALO — An unfortunate accident turned the tide for Jamestown Community College in the NJCAA Region 3 Division II Women’s Basketball Tournament semifinals against host Erie CC on Saturday afternoon....

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Mar-04-13 9:03 PM

Why is this situation being made light She was assaulted plain and simple! I am I am active as a fan of the sports and I watch girls tripping,giving the elbow,punching whenever they can and this needs to be addressed! She could have killed her!!!I hope there is charges pressed!Why is this being made light of?

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Mar-04-13 7:56 PM

Why is nothing written about the "unfortunate accident" that happened to Kelsie...It was NO accident. Is the other player banned from all sports? She should be...Let's report ALL the news. And Coach of the Year? He should also be banned. That was an assault, pure and simple.

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Mar-03-13 11:49 AM

I was at this game and the truth is, this was no "accident." What happened to Kelsie was an assault and should not be made light of. The thing that disgusts me the most though is the poor example that was set by ECC's coach. After this incident, she, along with her team, were laughing about it! What if this had been your daughter? Would you think it was funny? Assaulting and seriously injuring someone is not a joke, it's a crime. And anyone who condones this type of behavior does not deserve to be in a position of leadership and certainly does not deserve to be coach of the year.

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