KHSAA Board of Control Against Split

Page 3 of Originally Posted by Old Corps Agreed, this is a very simplified scenario, but I don't know who else you could put in the large school bracket. I am no... 105 comments | 4423 Views | Go to page 1 →

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    No Jones moved to KY in the spring of his Sophomore year, but I'm not sure what that has to do with the public/private debate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cubster
    Easy to see why Dotson would say none of these proposals would work.
    Thats not what he said, he said the proposal to split would not work.

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    One of the proposals is to ban out of state kids playing for KY schools. I sat with Jones' former coaches from Wva at the state semis last year. They did not seem too happy he had "moved".
    Rockmom you dont think any kid at a private school like Trinity or St X is not really on a scholarship for athletics?
    Please wake up.

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    Let's see how Belfry votes on the out-of-state proposal.

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    Cubster, I would bet that every border team has at least one kid on the roster who has lived in another state and moved to KY or is living out of state and paying the district tuition to attend.

    If we checked Russell I think we would find it. Or Ashland or Raceland or Highlands or Henderson Co, etc.

    I'm not sure what that means, but I would be willing to bet it would be found at the vast majority of border schools, especially ones as close to the border as Belfry and Russell for example.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cubster
    KHSAA once again worried about the all mighty dollar.
    Or the fact that we live in AMERICA and should be allowed to live free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cubster
    Let's see how Belfry votes on the out-of-state proposal.
    I'm sure they will vote against it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cubster
    One of the proposals is to ban out of state kids playing for KY schools. I sat with Jones' former coaches from Wva at the state semis last year. They did not seem too happy he had "moved".
    Rockmom you dont think any kid at a private school like Trinity or St X is not really on a scholarship for athletics?
    Please wake up
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    I am wide awake. You are making an assumpiton without basis. You assume that because the schools are successful, they must be doing something wrong. You are incorrect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Watusi
    Cubster, I would bet that every border team has at least one kid on the roster who has lived in another state and moved to KY or is living out of state and paying the district tuition to attend.

    If we checked Russell I think we would find it. Or Ashland or Raceland or Highlands or Henderson Co, etc.

    I'm not sure what that means, but I would be willing to bet it would be found at the vast majority of border schools, especially ones as close to the border as Belfry and Russell for example.
    As far as I know I can only think of 2 kids that ever crossed the border to play for Highlands. He is still on the team and is a solid player, but not a super star. The other kid stayed for one year, played little to no varsity and transferred to Moeller.

    In NKY, kids coming from Cincy is very uncommon just because Ohio football is so good.

    Out of state kids isn't a NKY issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cubster
    Do public schools have financial aid?
    Does someone see the CAPTAIN?

    Please get a clue...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cubster
    Many are on "scholarship".

    Well this really angers me
    My son went to T and at NO TIME did he get any scholarship money and he was an OUTSTANDING athlete

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cubster
    Like being a good athlete.
    Do public schools have financial aid?

    Yes...it's called...financial aid compliments of the taxpayer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cubster
    Rockmom you dont think any kid at a private school like Trinity or St X is not really on a scholarship for athletics?
    Please wake up.
    You wake up, my parents paid top dollar for me to go to Trinity, and many of my friends' parents did the same. The Financial aid is not for Trinity to ultimately decide, if you need it, you will get it, sports or not. I KNOW, you don't so

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    Cubster, you're laying down some pretty heavy claims here to not have any facts that support it. It doesn't really matter what anyone thinks, if you can't prove it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cubster
    Do public schools have financial aid?

    WE pay it.

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