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Published on Apr 26, 2012
A group of officials in New York have taken the drastic step of banning a 13-year-old boy from playing for his high school's all girls field hockey team for a simple if ludicrous reason: He's simply too good.
As reported by New York CBS affiliate 1010 WINS, Fox News and a variety of other outlets, 13-year-old Southampton (N.Y.) High student Keeling Pilaro will not be allowed to compete for the Southampton field hockey team in fall 2012 because he has simply been too dominant a player over the past two seasons. Pilaro began competing for the Southampton varsity field hockey team at just 11 years of age, and at age 13 still stands a tiny 4-foot-8 and 82 pounds.