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Let me help a fellow out with a short lesson in Brackenspeak.

 

Mason County lost to Owensboro Catholic by something like 67-31 in the AIT not too long ago. If that's the Royals team that appears at tourney time, then Saint Patrick is right there with them.

 

You're welcome.:lol2:

 

What he said

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He was able to practice until the transfer paperwork was sent to the khsaa. After that, he could not practice until he was ruled eligible.

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How did the KHSAA rule that fast? I know there was no move involved and it was not academics I suspect.

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Mason had two transfers in the past, one to SP and one to Augusta. Both were ruled ineligible for a year.

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How did the KHSAA rule that fast? I know there was no move involved and it was not academics I suspect.

 

Pretty easy determination since he had not participated for year. Sat out required time already.

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Pretty easy determination since he had not participated for year. Sat out required time already.

Was'nt he reinstated over the summer ?

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Pretty easy determination since he had not participated for year. Sat out required time already.

 

So going to school does not matter I guess. A player last year changed schools and played for both teams in the same week.

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Was'nt he reinstated over the summer ?

 

Yes and practiced in the fall I believe.

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So going to school does not matter I guess. A player last year changed schools and played for both teams in the same week.

 

Your point is well taken. I guess there is always the possibility that by cap and gown time he could be back at MC or somewhere else for that matter. For now, he'll be suiting up for the green and white and looking for a little payback come district tournament time it seems.

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The big St. Patrick debut for Garrison and the season debut for the elder Swolsky are now Wednesday night (1/17) at Newport Central Catholic. Tip is 6:30 for the varsity only contest that was added today. I'm sure NCC will welcome a nice crowd.

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So going to school does not matter I guess. A player last year changed schools and played for both teams in the same week.

 

I can't speak to the other situation you mentioned-- but he hadn't played a minute of varsity for 1 whole year. That apparently was good enough for the KHSAA.

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I can't speak to the other situation you mentioned-- but he hadn't played a minute of varsity for 1 whole year. That apparently was good enough for the KHSAA.

If you transfer for athletic reasons by KHSAA rule you have to sit out on calendar year.

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If you transfer for athletic reasons by KHSAA rule you have to sit out on calendar year.

Question "on paper", has there EVER been a student transfer for athletic reasons?

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If you transfer for athletic reasons by KHSAA rule you have to sit out on calendar year.

 

MeThinks this rule is correctly applied, since the KHSAA is technically only enforcing it by regulated athletic contests. For 1 year, he has not represented MCHS in an official game, therefore, he has sat out a year.

 

I'm not KHSAA expert though.

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Question "on paper", has there EVER been a student transfer for athletic reasons?

 

If any body did they are sure not the brightest..........:jump:

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