The MIAA High School Super Bowls were this past weekend in Massachusetts, and one of the games that continues to be a topic of discussion amongst fans and media members this week is the Division IV-A championship between Blue Hills Regional Technical High School and Boston Cathedral.
In the fourth quarter, Panthers senior quarterback Matthew Owens bursted through the line of defenders, and raced down the sidelines toward the end zone. However, upon reaching the 24-yard line of Blue Hills, he raised his left pointer finger for two strides, which resulted in an unsportsmanlike conduct for Boston Cathedral. The Panthers ended up losing the game, and the Super Bowl due to an excessive celebration penalty.
So, we want to know from you — did the MIAA referee make the right decision? Here’s the video, enjoy.