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    Quote Originally Posted by Smokey Joe View Post
    Incidental contact after a made basket so no foul. #12 from Brossart apologized after the accident. I pray for a speedy recovery for the young man so he can finish out his senior year on the court.
    Never said anything intentional or flagerent happened. Just no foul was called. He was a hard shot, he basically got knocked out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mexitucky View Post
    How tall is Ethan Eilerman now? I really enjoyed coaching him and his brother.
    Ethan Eilerman - 6'3" - 175lb - Sophomore

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    Quote Originally Posted by sumoroyal View Post
    Never said anything intentional or flagerent happened. Just no foul was called. He was a hard shot, he basically got knocked out.
    I didn't interpret your comment as intentional or flagrant, just no foul to be called there between two players running into each other by accident.

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    Quote Originally Posted by camelman View Post
    What are the odds history can repeat for Mason County? Two years ago they also took a beating on senior night at Brossart, but then ran the table to a 10th Region title.
    NO WAY !!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sumoroyal View Post
    Never said anything intentional or flagerent happened. Just no foul was called. He was a hard shot, he basically got knocked out.
    Is there a concussion protocol in high school basketball if it happens, how long do you have to miss for safety reasons? i would assume if he was concussed last night he would have to sit out the Monday night game against Augusta.

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    Quote Originally Posted by All In View Post
    Is there a concussion protocol in high school basketball if it happens, how long do you have to miss for safety reasons? i would assume if he was concussed last night he would have to sit out the Monday night game against Augusta.
    We had a player get a concussion and sat out a week.
    I assume if he was knocked out he has a concussion.
    @sumoroyal any updates on Perkins? Thanks

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    @sumoroyal How is Perkins today?

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    Did not attend school is all I know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sumoroyal View Post
    Did not attend school is all I know.
    Keep us updated. Prayers for the young man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by All In View Post
    Is there a concussion protocol in high school basketball if it happens, how long do you have to miss for safety reasons? i would assume if he was concussed last night he would have to sit out the Monday night game against Augusta.
    Not a set amount of time. While I'm sure this isn't followed as thoroughly as intended, this is from the KHSAA:

    Sec. 5) RETURN TO PLAY POLICY FOR A STUDENT-ATHLETE
    RECEIVING A CONCUSSION, AFTER THE MANDATORY REMOVAL
    THAT DAY
    a) Once a concussion has been diagnosed (or presumed by lack
    of examination by an appropriate health care provider), only an
    MD or DO can authorize return to play on a subsequent day,
    and such shall be in writing to the administration of the school.

    b) Such approval should not be given unless a stepwise protocol
    has been observed by all practitioners with separate periods for
    (1) No activity;
    (2) Light aerobic exercise;
    (3) Sport-specific exercise;
    (4) Non-contact training drills;
    (5) Full-contact/competition practice; and
    (6) Return to normal game play.

    c) It is highly recommended that each of these protocol steps be
    no less than twenty-four hours in length.

    d) School administration shall then notify the coach as to the
    permission to return to practice or play.

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