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  1. Foreign exchange is excluded from the parental move. Getting basketball players from all over America and multi-year players from Africa (instead of single-season, like foreign exchange) is different though. Louisville Holy Cross has dorms. The players at Aspire attend Holy Cross and play for Aspire. They would never be eligible at Holy Cross.
  2. Doesn't matter. Kids can go to school there if they want. If basketball kids start transferring in and their parents aren't buying new houses (cutting ties to old location completely) or not getting jobs in the Knott County area, red flags are gonna go up. Dorms don't make a darn bit of difference. It's where the parents and family live and where the parents work in order to drop the transfer sitout rule.
  3. Cordia already tried it. Becoming another Oak Hill is hard with KHSAA enrollment and transfer criteria. Mainly the parents having to change jobs or buy a new house (monthly leases don't count) and give up all ties to former residence.
  4. You can say my name. I was the one who was tipped off. Twitter What I have learned: 1) This is in effect for both Jefferson and Oldham County public schools (per coaches in both counties) 2) Some schools/programs have yet to get the memo OR do not care about said memo.
  5. Yup. Typed it in wrong. Don't think I can edit my mistake. Meade never had turf. Meade is finally getting turf for first time. It also looks like soccer will be moving on campus, judging by the lines on the football field. I like Meade's old grass soccer complex myself. Has comes a looooooong way from when I played away games there in the late 1990s.
  6. Replacing grass with turf. Replacing 6-lane track with 8-lane track. Interior fencing gone, meaning more space around sidelines. New concession stand. Read more here: https://www.thenewsenterprise.com/sports/athletics-new-track-other-athletic-facility-improvements-ongoing-at-meade-county/article_0b5cada3-8a89-50be-a3d8-0678b182c06f.html
  7. Peiffer, who has been listed at 6-4/215, has three D-III offers according to twitter: Centre, Milsaps, Mount St. Joseph.
  8. MaxPreps says Lovett did NOT lead overall NOR per game:
  9. Matt Lemon has been: * Moore assistant * Seneca head * Moore head Search Twitter - Matt Lemon @kyhighs
  10. Outgoing Bobcats coach Chuck Perdue was 19-102 in four seasons. Official Opening Posting/Link: https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/634118/Head_Athletic_Coach.pdf
  11. Not as far as I know. However, believe Kentucky is the only state whose association is NOT directly funded by the state government.
  12. He was at Central Hardin early in my career. Teams were solid. Don't remember much about his style or his rapport with parents/players. Am shocked Hardin County is "Western" Kentucky according to Whitley County. We're closer to Corbin than to Paducah!
  13. I've said before that contact, locker rooms and buses would be issues for football that other sports don't have to get passed. But slicing down the number of rostered players helps with the social distancing part of buses/ locker rooms.
  14. That's one solution. And who really plays more than 50 guys, anyway? Other sports have roster limits. Already assuming cheerleaders and marching band and dance team are out of the mix.
  15. The NFHS oversees the KHSAA like the NCAA oversees the SEC. Suffice it to say, the NFHS sees no immediate need for a high school shot clock. Personally, I'm with them. In Kentucky, we can't even get on-field playclocks for football and there are far less fields/games to worry about using them. Plus, we gonna do it for JV and freshmen, too? From the link: A proposal for a national rule mandating a shot clock as well as a proposal to allow a shot clock by state adoption were not approved. “Information was given to the Basketball Rules Committee that shared the votes in individual states on how coaches and officials voted in support of or non-support of the shot clock rule,” said Theresia Wynns, NFHS director of sports and liaison to the Basketball Rules Committee. “The conversation among the committee members explored the pros and cons of enacting the proposal as a rule for all states and likewise for state adoption. The committee will continue to explore the shot clock issue.” SOURCE: https://www.nfhs.org/articles/game-forfeiture-process-clarified-in-2020-21-high-school-basketball-rules-changes/?utm_campaign=coschedule&utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=NFHS_Org
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