WINTHROP, Mass. -- The parents of a high school girls' hockey team in Massachusetts were crying foul after a man supporting an opposing team shone a laser beam into their daughters' eyes while on the ice.
The offender, who officials later said was an estranged relative of one of the home Winthrop players, was ejected and barred from future sporting events after directing the green laser at Medway-Ashland players during the varsity matchup.
Medway-Ashland parents claim Winthrop's 3-1 comeback win Wednesday night was invalid because of the laser drama, myFOXboston reported Friday.
They said the light had been seen throughout the Division I state preliminary game, but became more prominent in the third period -- in which all four goals were scored, led by Medway-Ashland's opener.
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