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California high school football team cancels season after being outscored 102-0 in first two games

Posted: 1:16 PM, Aug 31, 2018
Updated: 2018-08-31 14:16:16-04

The Healdsburg High Greyhounds out of Healdsburg, California have a legacy as a good football school in northern California, but the team fielded only 18 players this year.

The team voted to cancel its season after losing its first two games by a cumulative score of 102-0.

Six players left the team after the second game, barely leaving enough for a full unit on the field.

The team voted 7-4, to stop the football season.

The Greyhounds have seen declining numbers in the football program for the last several years, most notably two years ago when the JV season was cancelled due to low numbers.