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The Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame celebrates the 13th Women's Induction Class, Elkhart County Sheriff Brad Rogers distances himself from Bundy after racial comments and a medieval-themed U.S. 20 truckstop takes shape.
Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame celebrates 13th Women's Induction Class
Phyllis Tubbs couldn’t play sports growing up because she was a girl.
She’s now the assistant athletic director at Elkhart Memorial High School, but Tubbs remembers a time when there weren’t any girls basketball jerseys, teams or real tournaments. In fact, the Indiana High School Athletic Association only recognized girls basketball as a sport in 1976.
“...I consider his comments unacceptable and horrendous that he would suggest that people would be better in slavery. That conclusion flies in the face of the history and documented experiences about slavery,” Rogers’ Facebook page said.
Rogers visited Bundy’s ranch from April 18 to 20 in Bunkerville, Nev., where the rancher’s land dispute with federal officials is unfolding.