Letter: Hockey agreement dissolution should be viewed from all sides
I was extremely disappointed by the Post-Bulletin's reporting in the June 17 article under the headline "Proposal will 'break teams apart.'" It was a very biased and one-sided article on the dissolution of the athletic cooperative agreement. And on the front page no less.
Everything Katie Montrose stated in that article is what Mayo and Century girls hockey teams have been dealing with the past few years and will be dealing with again this coming season: low numbers, pulling up seventh- and eighth-graders to fill the roster, inexperience, injuries, no goalie, etc, while John Marshall/Lourdes has been beefing up its program with two schools feeding it for numerous years.
For the record, neither Mayo or JM have a junior varsity girls hockey team either.
The P-B should know better than to report one side of the story. It should do its job next time and report the whole story, not just one team's opinion.