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    Jan 14, 19, 10:57 AM
    All of these cases revolve around minors. These are not public hearings and they should not be public hearings. What is said and how a decision is reached is not for public consumption. "WE" don't need to know and are not supposed to know. The minors involved are usually not the ones at fault but are always the ones directly affected. If you want to destroy High School athletics let the parents take over.
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    Jan 11, 19, 09:52 PM
    The split after the South Warren opening was more devastating than the Greenwood opening. Mostly due to gerrymandering by the Warren County school district. It hurt Central academically as well as athletics. The basketball team has maintained pretty well but football was shredded. They have some really athletic kids but little support from administration. Central does have some of the best athletic facilities in the state. I would guess...
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    Jan 6, 19, 01:40 PM
    Participation in practice is specifically mentioned. Playing...I find no reference. Case BL-6-7- What are the provisions regarding a student practicing after transferring or while awaiting a ruling? Once a student enrolls at a member school after transferring from another school after playing varsity following enrollment in grade nine, they are automatically ineligible for one year from the date of their last participation. Therefore...
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    Jan 6, 19, 11:37 AM
    Evidently the rule on practice was changed a couple of years ago. It is poorly worded but basically leaves practice to the discretion of the school. However it does not mention JV games.
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    Jan 6, 19, 09:49 AM
    You (and others) need to download a copy of the KHSAA By-Laws and read them. “They” are the member schools. “They” make the rules. “They” agree to abide by the rules.
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    Jan 5, 19, 06:53 PM
    The KHSAA answers to the member schools. The KHSAA rules are made by the member schools. The members agree to abide by the rules and rulings of THEIR association.
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    Jan 5, 19, 06:50 PM
    The Federal judge can make his ruling that he can play. He/She can’t rule on eligibility, therefore Marshall Co will have to decide if they want to forfeit all the games he plays in. I’m not sure a player that has been ruled ineligible can be practicing with the team.
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    Jan 4, 19, 10:34 PM
    Anyone ever wonder why the NCAA rulings are never challenged in court? Or when they are as in the UL case they never see the light of day? It’s because the member schools of the NCAA agree to abide by the rules and rulings of the NCAA. It’s the same with the KHSAA. A school can choose to play a player who is ruled ineligible but they will lose every game 1-0.
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