At what point is the KHSAA obligated to move a playoff game due to field conditions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by futurecoach View Post
    Have you actually seen both teams play this year?
    I can’t tell you how many times I’ve wanted to ask that question this year on just about every thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Samcro View Post
    Zero chance.
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    As I stated earlier in the thread, I don't think the field should be an issue beginning with the Regional Finals. That being said, no chance I move it if I'm Pulaski. If I'm CovCath, sure I'd rather play on a better surface, but it's not going to matter. If the teams were closer in talent it may matter, but CCH is good enough that the field will be irrelevant.

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    From Pulaski County coach John Hines:

    "I am sort of old school, and I believe it doesn't really matter what the surface is, both teams play on the same field," Hines reasoned. "I know there has been a lot of noise from a lot of different folks saying that the field is unplayable or the field is dangerous. Our field is not dangerous and it is in fine shape, it's just muddy."

    "Part of the deal with playing this late into the season is dealing with the elements, because the weather is not like it was three months ago," Hines stated. "It's cold, it's wet, it rains, and you got to deal with that."

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