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    Quote Originally Posted by SECRules View Post
    How do the KHSAA rules work?

    Houston started last year for HC and was one of their top scorers. Can he just move to another school in the same region if his parents happen to live in the school district?

    If so, I guess the ability to move a player from a private to a public school is a big loophole in the system.

    Theoretically, could divorced parents start their athlete in a private school and move him to another school his junior year and another school his senior year if the parents live in different school districts without any penalty?
    As long as there are legit addresses and it makes sense I don't see why not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Qryche11 View Post
    Could there be another kid moving on from HC...possibly a point guard?

    Somebody might want to call an emergency meeting at Goodtimers !!!!
    I spit my Mtn. Dew out reading this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigVMan23 View Post
    What does a "closed school system" have to do with move ins/transfers?
    In theory, Boone County does not allow out of district students into their schools. Furthermore, in theory students are not allowed to even go to a school in Boone County other than the district they live in. For example, if a student lives in Ryle's district, they are not allowed to attend Cooper or any other Boone County school. That is what I mean by a closed system.

    Thus, if these players live in the Cooper district, no problem. If they live in Ryle's district, they are not supposed to be allowed to attend Cooper. Those are Boone County's rules. Although, in recent years it seems their rules have about the same value as the KHSAA transfer rules.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SECRules View Post
    How do the KHSAA rules work?

    Houston started last year for HC and was one of their top scorers. Can he just move to another school in the same region if his parents happen to live in the school district?

    If so, I guess the ability to move a player from a private to a public school is a big loophole in the system.

    Theoretically, could divorced parents start their athlete in a private school and move him to another school his junior year and another school his senior year if the parents live in different school districts without any penalty?
    I work with his dad, they bought a house in the Cooper school district, no Private to Public loophole.

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    Cooper will see an infusion of talent to go with an already strong core.

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    So some folks at HC tired of the head coach continually pushing his own son to the front of the pack ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by camelman View Post
    So some folks at HC tired of the head coach continually pushing his own son to the front of the pack ?
    Apparently. My guess is they are all wishing they were the head coach so they could push their son to the front of the pack.

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    Is Houston the son of Todd or Troy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NEERFAN View Post
    Is Houston the son of Todd or Troy?
    Troy

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    Quote Originally Posted by SECRules View Post
    How do the KHSAA rules work?

    Houston started last year for HC and was one of their top scorers. Can he just move to another school in the same region if his parents happen to live in the school district?

    If so, I guess the ability to move a player from a private to a public school is a big loophole in the system.

    Theoretically, could divorced parents start their athlete in a private school and move him to another school his junior year and another school his senior year if the parents live in different school districts without any penalty?
    Depends on the day, the school, the sport.....but if you happen to ever find out how it actually does work, please, let us know.....

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    So what's the problem at Holy Cross? Is it the AD? Is it the principal? Inquiring minds want to know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lawildcat View Post
    So what's the problem at Holy Cross? Is it the AD? Is it the principal? Is it the parents? Inquiring minds want to know.
    I think there is a question you missed so I added it in there for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don't_Hate_the_Playa View Post
    Cooper will see an infusion of talent to go with an already strong core.
    Exactly. Success of a program will in fact attract talent. As long as these players have addresses in the Cooper district there is not going to be problem with eligibility whether they previously played varsity or not. Coach Sullivan and Coach Borchers (AD) will always do things by the book not too mention the influx of new housing being constructed in the Cooper district is blowing up big-time. If you haven't taken a ride down Longbranch or Camp Ernst lately go check it out.

    Cooper is going to be highly competitive for a while especially in basketball and football won't be far behind. JMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Sixer View Post
    Exactly. Success of a program will in fact attract talent. As long as these players have addresses in the Cooper district there is not going to be problem with eligibility whether they previously played varsity or not. Coach Sullivan and Coach Borchers (AD) will always do things by the book not too mention the influx of new housing being constructed in the Cooper district is blowing up big-time. If you haven't taken a ride down Longbranch or Camp Ernst lately go check it out.

    Cooper is going to be highly competitive for a while especially in basketball and football won't be far behind. JMO.
    You could not pay me enough to drive out Long Branch Road. I am still amazed that they built a school on that road

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    Quote Originally Posted by Voice of Reason View Post
    You could not pay me enough to drive out Long Branch Road. I am still amazed that they built a school on that road
    Porque?

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