How many players from the same high school are permitted to be on a club roster?

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    How many players from the same high school are permitted to be on a club roster?

    That is, if they all play for their high school team?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mexitucky View Post
    That is, if they all play for their high school team?
    Not sure if there is a limit in KY, but believe the max if 5 in OH

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack of all Trades View Post
    Not sure if there is a limit in KY, but believe the max if 5 in OH
    That is what got me thinking. We have 4 from Highlands on ours and the parents of our Ohio players told us about their rule.

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    Kentucky used to have the same rule but I believe they dropped it a few years ago.

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    In Ohio you have to be able to count them on one hand, in KY you're allowed both hands and feet... which makes the roster limit 20 in urban areas, but up to 22 in the hollers.

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    I had a friend with extra digits on both feet, I always wondered why they asked him to be part of the soccer coaching staff.... now I understand why.

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    Always wondered why Ky dropped the "As many as the total number of teeth of all the coaches" rule ......

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    and since we don't wear shoes in KY it makes it easier to count higher.

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