Vandalized goalpost forces football team to play home opener on road
Sept. 6, 2018 – A Winnipeg high school's football team will be playing its first "home" game on the road this season after one of its goalposts was severely damaged on Friday. About $4,000 in damages was caused to a goalpost at Vincent Massey High School, forcing the team to play its home opener at a neighbouring school.
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