OSSAA: ADM, soccer highlight board agenda...
By Robert Przybylo
Is it already time for OSSAA board meetings? Yes, summer is officially over.
A couple of things in looking at the agenda for Tuesday’s meeting: the ADM will be up for approval.
I’ve heard some rumblings about some minor changes. However, any minor change might affect one school in a huge way. The biggest thing I’ve heard is Washington will be moved up to 3A instead of being the top dog in 2A.
And of course, it will be very intriguing to see what happens with the two Verdigris girls soccer championships.
The Cardinals were ruled to have two players ineligible because of dual residency their junior and senior years and had to forfeit all wins the last two years.
Executive secretary Ed Sheakley said when it happened that deciding what to do with the championships would be extremely tough because any team that lost to Verdigris in the playoffs the last two years has a legitimate beef about being the champion.
And there are plenty of appeals scheduled. The most publicized one is at Idabel with K.J. Rucker. Right now, the senior star is ineligible for seven games because of violations that happened in his sophomore year.
Add that with two-a-days starting up, and we are officially back in session.
For the complete agenda, here ya go.
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