Breaking news! Highlands may be losing their best player for the finals!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3wishes
    There are 13 pages full of it over and over and over again.

    I know that's the problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluethunder
    No, that was me typing before thinking. I don't know why he transfered. Does anyone really know besides the Mitchell's. What I do know, He moved, changed residences.

    I don't believe the bylaws intends for the player to have the "benefit of the doubt" when requesting a waiver.

    The onus of proof is on the student/parents to satisfy the KHSAA Board of Control that a move is "not for athletic purposes". It's pretty vague, but that's how it's currently done, I believe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by All Tell
    Coaches are fired for making poor decisions all the time.
    Agreed. However, "all the time" is the key phrase.

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    So he moved. That's what its all over

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    c horn,
    Mueller not playing Mitchell is the right thing to do. It has nothing to do with him having a spine or not. Mitchell should have never been a part of the team.

    The kids from Highlands, Bell Co, and Cov Cath in particular are the real losers in all of this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sportswarrior
    So he moved. That's what its all over
    In essence yes, but it is much more complicated than that. It has been a year long process that has just now came up and got finalized.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HHSballer19
    Agreed. However, "all the time" is the key phrase.
    This may well be Mueller's first bad decision (I doubt that however, regardless of what Highlands people think he is human ) but it is a whopper. He knowingly played a player who had been declared ineligible by the KHSAA knowing that at any point during the season a court could rule in the KHSAA's favor and take away any games highlands won with him playing. I've definately seen coaches fired for a whole lot less.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3wishes
    and got finalized.

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    Quote Originally Posted by All Tell
    This may well be Mueller's first bad decision (I doubt that however, regardless of what Highlands people think he is human ) but it is a whopper. He knowingly played a player who had been declared ineligible by the KHSAA knowing that at any point during the season a court could rule in the KHSAA's favor and take away any games highlands won with him playing. I've definately seen coaches fired for a whole lot less.
    What if HHS was part of the injunction???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sportswarrior
    So he moved. That's what its all over
    And he moved to further help his college athletic future, not academic!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gametime
    To some extent and for now it has. I knew that was going to bite me when I typed it. I just didn't know it would be this soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3wishes
    To some extent and for now it has. I knew that was going to bite me when I typed it. I just didn't know it would be this soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by All Tell
    This may well be Mueller's first bad decision (I doubt that however, regardless of what Highlands people think he is human ) but it is a whopper. He knowingly played a player who had been declared ineligible by the KHSAA knowing that at any point during the season a court could rule in the KHSAA's favor and take away any games highlands won with him playing. I've definately seen coaches fired for a whole lot less.

    CCH has an opening!With no district boundries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Log Mountain Boy
    c horn,
    Mueller not playing Mitchell is the right thing to do. It has nothing to do with him having a spine or not. Mitchell should have never been a part of the team.

    The kids from Highlands, Bell Co, and Cov Cath in particular are the real losers in all of this.
    How is Bell Co and CovCath losers? If they wanted to go to state then they should have beaten Highlands..

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    Quote Originally Posted by gametime
    What if HHS was part of the injunction???
    They could only have been forced to allow him on the team, not play him.

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