Some Really Stupid People Are Once Again Upset That A Montana High School Girls Basketball Team Won A Game 102-0

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by Tommy Gimler

Yup, slow day in the sports world.

According to Yahoo! Sports, the Froid-Medicine Lake Redhawks beat the Brockton High Warriors 102-0 in a battle of two northeast Montana high school girls basketball teams last Friday. I mean, we sure as shit weren’t there, so we’ll take their word for it.

Naturally, a 102-0 curb stomping in a high school girls basketball game draws the same criticism and comments as it would in any sport, with the most common being things like “How does a coach let this happen?” or “That coach on the winning team should be fired.” or “Why in the hell are we talking about girls basketball?”

Well, as our good pal Andy Ostroff likes to say, here’s the thing:

1) What happens on the basketball court at any level in the state of Montana doesn’t fucking matter, and it never will.

2) If you don’t want to be part of a 102-0 ass pounding, don’t sign up for competitive sports. You win some, you lose some. Sometimes that means you lose by 50, 60 or 102 points. What true champions do at that point is print up the story and hang it in their lockers and work harder to make sure that it never happens again. You take that negative and turn it into a positive, work hard and build as a team and three years later, you go beat the shit out of that team on the court during one of their down years.

3) If you have time to leave comments on Yahoo! Sports, CBS Sports, Twitter and Facebook about this story, here’s our advice: Get a fucking job.

Good day…

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