I still think its extremely poor sportsmanship, even if I don't condone the firing of this coach. I'm kind of surprised by the reactions here. I was brought up that it was in very poor form to run the score up on your opponent, you do NOT run a full court press and keep shooting threes when you have a solid advantage. I would assume once you have a 50 point lead, you know you are going to win, that much is obvious. If I had been a parent of the winning team, I would have been really embarrassed, quite frankly, and I would have been ashamed. Obviously this team is not a powerhouse, it hasn't won a game in four seasons. Its never been an issue before. The coach of the other team should have known that they didn't have to bring their A-game; he could have played some of the players who don't get much game time. They weren't a threat and obviously he went out there trying to prove that his team was going to annihilate them, not merely just win. It was very unsportsmanlike, sorry. I do think he deserved a slap on the wrist, if not be fired. They did not, however, need to forfeit. The players should not have been punished for something the coach should have reigned in.