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It was go time on Friday and Saturday across Northern California with the return of high school football. Many teams were in action in Week 0 games, though teams from the Central Coast and some from the North Coast did not play, including No. 1 De La Salle, No. 3 Serra and No. 4 Pittsburg.
That changes this week as there are several big openers, including the Spartans taking on No. 7 St. Mary’s (Stockton).
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Minority cheerleaders from Moreno Valley were called racial slurs by Temecula students and heard monkey noises as they walked by during a Friday, Aug. 20, high school football game, their coach said.
Valley View High School’s team was playing at Temecula Valley High School when the visiting cheerleaders became “victims of racial attacks,” were called “derogatory and racial slurs, and touched unwelcomely” by the home team students, said Kenya Williams, a Valley View counselor and cheerleading coach.
“In all my years coaching, I have NEVER experienced such levels of disrespect and hate from an opposing school/team,” wrote Williams in a Facebook post that night.
In an interview Tuesday, Aug. 24, Williams detailed what happened during the halftime show.
Williams said 18 varsity and junior varsity cheerleaders were invited to the Temecula Valley High sideline by their cheer captains to watch the performance, which is “customary” in football games. But as soon as the girls approached the home team’s side, “they were met by boos, loud enough to hear from our side of the field, and they said it took a while to stop,” Williams said.