HS Forfeits Games Over Player Who Falsified Documents

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A high school football team was forced to forfeit a recent contest after one of the team's players was arrested by police on suspicion of having submitted falsified documents to play. 

Montclair High School will forfeit five wins from last season as a result of the infraction, according to a letter sent by Montclair athletic director Bill Blades to the Southern Section, which was obtained by the Los Angeles Times

Montclair football finished with a record of 9-5 last season. It forfeits victories against City of Industry Workman, Hacienda Heights Wilson, Hemet West Valley, San Gabriel, South Pasadena and Pomona.

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