The Muir High School boys basketball team’s postseason is over before it even got started. You can forget about the Mustangs’ Pacific League title, too.
Due to not being able to prove a valid change of residence for one of its players, Muir has forfeited 20 games and will be ineligible for postseason competition.
The Mustangs finished the regular season at 24-2 overall and 13-1 in the Pacific League, and in the process halted rival Pasadena’s nine-year run as league champions.
Prior to Sunday’s CIF-Southern Section playoff pairings announcements, the Pacific League resubmitted its order of finish to reflect Muir’s forfeitures.
More to come …