After kicking off with two disproportionate losses in a row, one California high school football team decided to cancel the rest of its inauspicious season.
Members of the Healdsburg High School squad voted to disband following routs of 41-0 and 61-0, respectively.
Two players quit the team following the first game, which soon led to additional departures. Among those who remained, the decision was not unanimous.
“We decided to do a blind vote and seven of the 13 said no, they didn’t want to move forward,” said head coach Dave Stine.
The principal said varsity football will be “missed in town,” though the junior varsity team is still set to take the field against area rivals.
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