Top OLinemen in NKY 2018

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    I need ask how can you live in Grant County and play in Scott County it not right
    You need to play where you live.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mbaker61 View Post
    I need ask how can you live in Grant County and play in Scott County it not right
    You need to play where you live.
    Maybe he has a parent that lives in Scott County. Maybe he has always gone to school down their. Maybe it’s just a much better opportunity for him. There are kids all over the state that don’t play or go to school where they live.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bwtigerpaw View Post
    Maybe he has a parent that lives in Scott County. Maybe he has always gone to school down their. Maybe it’s just a much better opportunity for him. There are kids all over the state that don’t play or go to school where they live.
    Parent that lives in Scott County = Acceptable, but the athlete should live with said parent. Because you went to the school for a while doesn't hold water, nor does, "a better opportunity", if so then move.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mbaker61 View Post
    I need ask how can you live in Grant County and play in Scott County it not right
    You need to play where you live.
    Quote Originally Posted by Phantom 5497 View Post
    Parent that lives in Scott County = Acceptable, but the athlete should live with said parent. Because you went to the school for a while doesn't hold water, nor does, "a better opportunity", if so then move.
    Unless Scott County has a rule against out of county students, then there is nothing preventing someone from living in Grant County and attending school at Scott County. By KHSAA rules, a student can live and play sports in whatever county or school they want to regardless of where they live.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bwtigerpaw View Post
    Maybe he has a parent that lives in Scott County. Maybe he has always gone to school down their. Maybe it’s just a much better opportunity for him. There are kids all over the state that don’t play or go to school where they live.
    Pretty sure he lives with both parents in Williamstown and has been going to Scott County since he started highschool. Several kids from Grant County go and play football for SK also.

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    I know what you speak but they have family in our system

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    Yes thanks for the support,kids need to live in their district and or diocese not all over the state ,



    ,I know it will not change .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mbaker61 View Post
    Yes thanks for the support,kids need to live in their district and or diocese not all over the state ,



    ,I know it will not change .
    How do these schools get away with skirting the rules?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KY Outsider View Post
    How do these schools get away with skirting the rules?
    Some schools have open enrollment.

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    Rob Wormald, NewCath, senior to be, 6-2 and 275.

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