Delegates voted 195-78, with two abstentions, to enact the measure, which needed a two-thirdsí majority, or 184 votes, to pass. Of the 282 KHSAA member schools, including 234 public schools, 275 attended the meeting.
The measure will be considered Friday by the 18-member KHSAA Board of Control. The board then will send it to the state Board of Education with either a positive or negative recommendation. If the Board of Education approves it, the proposal would go to the General Assembly for consideration.