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Let Goose Creek High School compete in the 2012 playoffs!
  • Petitioned The South Carolina High School League

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The South Carolina High School League

Let Goose Creek High School compete in the 2012 playoffs!

    1. Anna Snyder
    2. Petition by

      Anna Snyder

      Goose Creek, SC

This football team has worked very hard to get to the playoffs, and they were disqualified for a reason that they had no control over. Other schools have done the same, or even worse things, and they were granted Mercy. Football to GCHS isn't just a sport, it's a life changing event. Football brings the students closer as a family, and we would do anything to see our boys go to state. 
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To:
The South Carolina High School League
Let Goose Creek High School compete in the 2012 playoffs!

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    • aaron moricoli GOOSE CREEK, SC
      • over 1 year ago

      what is fair? who to say? lets take a vote! not just possible paid off officials making the rules as they seem fit.

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    • Kelly Libertine WAUSAU, WI
      • almost 2 years ago

      This is a student! Let them play!

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    • Lisa LaPlante GOOSE CREEK, SC
      • almost 2 years ago

      Lisa LaPlante

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    • Sidney Smalls GOOSE CREEK, SC
      • almost 2 years ago

      Because we deserve to have a chance to become state champs again

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    • Craig Duckson WEST COLUMBIA, SC
      • almost 2 years ago

      because im from the area and believe the should play and not get shafted if they earned it.

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