Facebook posts not immune from scrutiny
Transfers from one district to another face plenty of scrutiny in Oklahoma. The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association sends checkers to make sure moves are bonafide, parents and schools have to fill out forms and, staff (or the OSSAA’s Board of Directors on appeal) must find the transfer to meet certain criteria.
In Tennessee, a pair of offensive linemen were ruled eligible after presumably moving from Henry County to Perry County. But their mother’s post on Facebook made it clear that the pair had not fully moved. The Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association found out about it and Perry County was forced to vacate three wins for playing the ineligible players.
Message Sent Successfully
Be Sure to Check Out Our Top Headlines
- 31709Oklahoma weather: Crews work to clear storm damage in Oklahoma City as the state braces for severe weather Sunday.
- 22246Oklahoma Severe Storm Updates
- 7126OKC Thunder GM Sam Presti won't amnesty Kendrick Perkins
- 6322Wild hogs continue to be a growing menace across Oklahoma
- 5037OKC Thunder: Thunder trio praise fans before potential departures
- 4484Student shot dead during botched home invasion
- 3553Oklahoma State football: Todd Monken thinks Wes Lunt should've stayed in Stillwater
- 3509Oklahoma medical examiner reports cause of deaths in Grand Lake boat crash
- 3313Oklahoma City Thunder: The time has come for OKC's young players
- 3242Brittney Griner: Kim Mulkey said keep quiet on sexuality
Back to share with a friend form.
Add More Recipients