Non-public responses to OSSAA...
By Robert Przybylo
Fellow chum Ryan Aber is dealing with some of the insights from the public side of things, but I’ve been catching up with some coaches/administrators from the non-public schools.
The reactions vary from the OSSAA’s decision to send back to committee the transfer and multiplier proposals.
Here is a sample of what is being said:
“This is a good way to address things. Like I’ve said before, my concern is for the Mount. I know that if I had to come up with specific criteria, that I would miss out on a thing or two. It’s a tough decision. But knowing the board is looking out for everybody and taking their time – that is making me feel comfortable.”
- Mt. St. Mary’s athletic director Lenny Hatchett
“We’re glad they went back to committee. We felt this would have unfairly raised us and Riverside up a class. We’re happy that they’re going to take their time on this and not rush it. We’re not worried about this from a competitive standpoint at all. Selective enrollment is tough because students need to have a CDIB (Certificate of Degree of Indian Blood) to attend here.”
- Sequoyah-Tahlequah principal Mitch McGehee
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