Mother upset by football player son’s baptism

The head football coach at Breckinridge County High School took about 20 players on a school bus late last month to his church, where nearly half of them were baptized, school officials say.

The mother of one player said her 16-year-old son was baptized without her knowledge and consent, and she is upset that a public school bus was used to take players to a church service — and that the school district’s superintendent was there and did not object.

“Nobody should push their faith on anybody else,” said Michelle Ammons, whose son, Robert Coffey, said Coach Scott Mooney told him and other players that the Aug. 26 outing would include only a motivational speaker and a free steak dinner.

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I wonder if the steak was bacon-wrapped?  If so, then the mother should chill.

However, doesn’t this have the makings of a Simpson’s episode?  I can totally imagine Homer converting to anything for a steak or a donut.

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One Response to Mother upset by football player son’s baptism

  1. In KY, the age of sexual consent is 16. I guess religious consent is 18, or 21?


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