Two coaches charged with assault for incident in basketball game

Thursday, June 20, 2013 at 10:07pm

FRANKLIN (AP) — A former coach and her assistant have been charged with assault for having a player throw a ball at a student during a girls' high school basketball game.

Angie Muir and Chloe Mayo of Franklin, Tenn., were arrested and released Monday on $5,000 bond each for assault and contributing to the delinquency of a minor for what happened during Summitt High's game Jan. 28.

They allegedly devised the play to target a former teammate heckling a player. Muir allegedly said the student "got what she deserved" when hit in the face. A player told her parents, and school officials reviewed surveillance cameras.

Muir was suspended as a teacher Jan. 29 without pay and told in April she would not be rehired as a coach. Mayo was not a teacher.

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1 Comment on this post:

By: courier37027 on 6/24/13 at 9:01

Very good move by the BOE and DAG. Male these coaches wear a sign as they picl up roadside trash. Roadside trash should make them feel familiar.