(LOSANGELES.CBSLOCAL) — SAN BERNARDINO — A high school girls basketball coach is serving a two-game suspension after he was accused of running up the score on an opponent last week.
Coach Michael Anderson, who coaches both the junior varsity and varsity squads of Arroyo Valley High School’s girls basketball, was handed the suspension after defeating Bloomington High School 161-2.
Anderson faced criticism over his decision not to take out his starters until the third quarter, and he was accused of running up the score.
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However, an Arroyo Valley parent says she believes the suspension was unnecessary.