The replacement referee known for a bad call that cost a win and put the referee strike in the headlines was back at his old stomping grounds Friday night.Lance Easley, best known for making “the call” on Monday Night Football back on Sept. 24th that changed the outcome of the game for the Green Bay Packers and thus handing the win to the Seattle Seahawks, made his return to the high school level. Easley was the lead ref in Santa Maria, California during an 8-man high school football game between the Valley Christian Academy Lions and the Shandon Outlaws. The VCA Lions won 60 to16 and Easley had a good night, with no blown calls.He declined to go on camera to speak about his NFL experience, and said he wanted the night to belong to the kids on the field and not on him.
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