North St. Paul basketball team cancels game after opposing coach who reportedly used racial slur is
NORTH ST. PAUL, Minn. - A high school boys basketball game has been canceled Friday because of the controversy surrounding a coach.
Players on North St. Paul decided unanimously not to play their game against Eden Prairie.
"I feel like it's very brave of our boys to take a stand," said Dream McLaughlin, the mother of one of the players.
Eden Prairie's coach, David Flom, was reinstated to the job this week after being suspended reportedly for reading a racial slur aloud during a lesson to his team on social media use.... Read more