Shillington, PA - August 31: Two footballs on the side of the field. At Gov. Mifflin High School Stadium in Shillington, PA Monday afternoon August 31, 2020 for the first day of PIAA-mandated Heat Acclimatization football practice. The season was pushed back as a precaution against COVID-19 / Coronavirus. (Photo by Ben Hasty/MediaNews Group/Reading Eagle via Getty Images)

The Myers Park mustangs had to forfeit all of their football games for the 2021-2022 season because of ineligible players that played for them.  After and investigation by WBTV they found that there were 6 players who registered as living at one address and 2 other players who registered at living at another.

According to the state’s top high school athletic official, the documents mean Myers Park administrators had enough information to investigate last fall.

According to the records, Lucas Lenhoff, Amir Turner, Jaiden Scott, Marquese Chapman, Camarion Thornton and Isaac Hill were all registered as living at 2451 Sedley Road, Charlotte, NC 28211.

The house was recently torn down and the lot is currently a patch of cleared dirt.

Two other players, Cohen Fuller and Donald Sias, were registered as living at an apartment in the Myers Park area, records show.

Lenhoff and his family decided to move to Charlotte from California last year after the high school football season in California was in jeopardy due to COVID-19.

The team’s record from the 2021 season—which included a run to the playoffs—was vacated and the school had to pay back $6,700 earned from playoff games and a $250 fine.  It has not been said whether or not any CMS employee will face an punishment in this matter.