An Alaska high school swimmer won the 100-meter freestyle at Friday night’s meet, only to be disqualified—apparently because her swimsuit had ridden up during the race. Breckynn Willis, 17, is described by the Washington Post as a “champion” on Anchorage’s Dimond High School team, but she was disqualified over a uniform violation. The National Federation of High Schools has a rule stating females’ buttocks and breasts must be covered while swimming, and one of the officials working the meet says the referee who made the call told her the teen’s school-issued bathing suit “was so far up I could see butt cheek touching butt cheek.” “We have a term for it—it’s called a suit wedgie, and if you’ve ever been a swimmer, you’ve had one,” says another local swim coach.
A kid from Ohio had his school lunch taken away from him because his lunch account had a negative balance of nine dollars!!!! Jefferson Sharpnack had picked out a lunch of cheesy breadsticks. But when he approached the register to check out, the lunch lady took his tray away from him, replacing it with a slice of cheese and bread. All this on his ninth birthday.