A Texas girls high school basketball team drubbed an opposing team from a school, Dallas Academy, that specializes in students dealing with learning differences (e.g. dyslexia, dysgraphia). Dallas Academy only has 20 girls total in their school, and some of the eight on the team had never played hoops before.
The Covenant School won 100 to 0. Dallas Academy hasn't won in four seasons.
"I think the bad judgment was in the full-court press and the 3-point shots," said Renee Peloza, whose daughter plays for Dallas Academy. "At some point, they should have backed off."
The Covenant School has apologized and is looking to forfeit the victory now, while Dallas Academy has withdrawn its team from the league for the rest of the season.
What's to say here that most reasonable people wouldn't? Both the apology and withdrawal seem sensible.