In this interview Keith Guy Athletics director of Muskegon Heights Public Schools talks about why he took the
blame for recent allegations that MHHS played an ineligible player.
An investigation by the Michigan High School Athletic Associations ruled that Muskegon Heights Public schools, Keith Guy & the alleged player committed no violations. They also ruled that the game that was previously forfeited to Oakridge High will now reflect the actual score, making Muskegon Heights the winner with a 3-0 record. More importantly this young man can play Varsity sports during his last year of high school.
Based on our investigation, we believe and can prove that Muskegon Public Schools a rival of Muskegon Heights Public Schools made a major mistake on the player in question transcript. This problem could have been taken care of quietly if Muskegon Public Schools would have acknowledged its incorrect data.[podcast]https://secureservercdn.net/22.214.171.124/ubz.cd8.myftpupload.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/keithguy091409.mp3[/podcast]