Bylaw 6 (Transfer Rule) Reminders from the KHSAA on 6-5-18

Page 2 of FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 5, 2018 The KHSAA has received several inquiries from various parts of the state relative to the potential transferring of ... 17 comments | 8630 Views | Go to page 1 →

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Truthsayer View Post
    Here's the thing I've never understood. The court ruling only says the player is eligible. That doesn't mean the school has to let the player play. People try to skirt the transfer rules then get butt hurt when the KHSAA rules against them. If they fight the KHSAA ruling in court there's no way as a coach I let the kid play.
    That’s all it would take is them fighting the ruling in court and you wouldn’t let him play? I hope you’d let them know that before they transferred in to your school.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Truthsayer View Post
    All the court would say is that the kid is eligible, not that he/she has to pay. Just because they are ruled eligible doesn't mean the coach has to play them. If the coach truly has the best interests of ALL their players in mind why would he/she do anything that could potentially jeopardize all the team works for?
    If they are ruled eligible how is that jeopardizing anything the team works for?

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    Open the school districts... Coach better, Teach better, Put money into the facilities and the kids can play where they want.

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