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High school Basketball mentor terminated after tortilla-tossing episode many saw as bigoted

High school Basketball mentor terminated after tortilla-tossing episode many saw as bigoted

A San Diego-region school region casted a ballot Tuesday night to fire a head Basketball mentor after tortillas were flung at a group from a for the most part Latino High school.

The Coronado Unified School Board casted a ballot 5-0 in a shut meeting to deliver JD Laaperi of Coronado High School, CBS San Diego member KFMB-TV detailed.

The board additionally examined however didn’t make a move on understudy discipline, The San Diego Union-Tribune said.

There was a quarrel between the schools’ instructing staffs after for the most part White Coronado beat visiting Orange Glen High School, of Escondido, 60-57 in additional time Saturday in a division title game.

Witnesses affirmed that Laaperi yelled swearwords at an Orange Glen mentor, saying, “Get your children and get the (interjection) out of here,” KFMB says.

Video shared via online media displayed in any event two Coronado understudies tossing tortillas into the air toward the other group.

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