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Oliver Watson's testimony was objected to as hearsay. However, it was not offered as evidence of the truth of what the coaches said, but only as evidence that they said it. This make it a "Verbal Act", not hearsay. It's perfectly allowable to testify about a verbal act.
The key clue discovered by Martina -- TheMosquito tone recorded in a voice mail message -- could not happen. Cell phones, designed merely for human voices, do not transit tones above 3500Hz, well below the 17,400Hz of the Mosquito tone.