National news: Discipline in a cemetery, 11-year-old banned from scoring, thumbtack handshakes and more

This week’s edition has all the cemetery discipline, thumbtack handshakes and coach punching you could want.

First, check out the updated YAIAA football stats and John Clayton’s power rankings for Week 5. And you can watch John and Steve Navaroli breakdown arguably this week’s biggest game: Bermudian Springs vs. Delone Catholic.

First, some good news: Team sports participation is up among 13- and 14-year-olds.

This coach had his player lie on graves in a cemetery after a loss. It caused a big uproar. What do you think?

An 11-year-old football player from Arkansas is so good, they’ve banned him from scoring touchdowns.

A football player from Erie East in the good ol’ Keystone State was arrested for punching his coach during a game.

In the that’s-just-not-nice category, a football player from Ohio used thumbtacks during a postgame handshake.

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