Sun. Sep 27th, 2020

Wearing local high school team’s helmets was an…

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Wearing local high school team's helmets was an...

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — No one is accusing the Kansas City Chiefs of looking like a high school team these days. But they almost had to dress like one for last week’s game at the New England Patriots.

When helmets and other equipment for 35 players were accidentally left on their chartered airplane, which moved on to Newark, New Jersey, after dropping off the Chiefs in New England, they asked for aid from a Massachusetts high school, according to The MetroWest Daily News.

The Chiefs arranged to borrow equipment from the football team at Masconomet Regional High School, which is nicknamed the Chieftains, according to the newspaper. The school has a red helmet with an arrowhead logo on the side, similar to that of the Chiefs.

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