Football Blog Updates
January 28, 2014
TO: Superintendents, Principals, Athletic Directors and Coaches of Football Playing Schools
FR: Commissioner Julian Tackett
RE: Update on the Drafting of 2015 through 2018 Football Alignment, Opportunity to Play to a Higher Class
At its meeting January 27, the KHSAA Board of Control discussed and agreed on parameters surrounding an alignment of teams in football for the 2015 through 2018 playing season. While many issues constantly are discussed nearly every time the subject of football is brought up, it is timely that the alignment discussion become finalized. The following decisions have been finalized within the drafting of the alignment:
CHANGES AND NOTE SINCE DISTRIBUTION
The originally distributed enrollment listings have been amended to reflect the merger of Wayne County and Monticello High Schools. Wayne County would then be a 4A school, with Moore being in Class 3A. The revised documents will be posted on the website.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: JANUARY 27, 2014
During its January meeting at the KHSAA Office on Monday, the Board of Control discussed at length football realignment for the 2015-18 seasons. The Board examined several options for establishing future classifications before approving a measure to use four-year enrollment averages to determine the 2015-18 alignment.
The Board also approved a motion to allow teams to voluntarily play into a higher class, with the only restriction being that the school in question shall remain in the class for the entire four-year period. All requests must be made prior to the set deadline before district boundaries are established. If a team from one classification elects to play into a higher class, the lowest enrollment average school in the higher class will be given an option to move into the lower class, with every attempt being made to ensure a balance in the number of [...]
12/09/13 – Boys Sweet 16® Press Conference Tuesday; Competitive Cheer Championships Saturday; Football Championship Review
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: DECEMBER 9, 2013
Press Conference Called For Tuesday Regarding Boys’ Sweet 16®
The KHSAA will hold a press conference at the Association’s headquarters on Tuesday afternoon regarding the future of the Boys’ Sweet Sixteen®. The press conference will begin at 12:15 p.m. with remarks from the Association and iHigh.com. The press conference will be streamed live at KHSAA.org.
KHSAA Competitive Cheer Championships This Saturday At Alltech Arena
The second annual KHSAA Competitive Cheer Championships will take place this Saturday at Alltech Arena in Lexington. Doors open to the fans at 9 a.m., with the competition beginning at 10 a.m. with the All-Girls’ Small and All-Girls’ Medium divisions. The All-Girls’ Large and All-Girls’ Super-Large Divisions will begin at 2 p.m., with the day’s events concluding with the Coed Division at 6 p.m. An awards presentation will immediately follow each competition [...]
After reviewing all of the available data/information and the most educated predictions, the KHSAA is making schedule adjustments for the rest of the weekend, and changes to a few of the event instructions to help with this weekend’s weather situation. Though there are dozens of factors that went into the schedule revisions, the first and foremost concerns have been competitor safety, and the travel needs of the entire school communities, especially the evenings when ice is highly anticipated. All 12 schools through their senior administration, have been involved in the lengthy discussions about options and individual situations considered, ranging from those three miles from the facility, to many hours away. In the end, the teams have committed at this time to being able to accommodate the schedule changes. Each person desiring to attend the games must make the most prudent decision for their own circumstances as far as coming to the games, all of which will be streamed live on www.khsaa.org [...]
The KHSAA is closely monitoring the weather situation related to the football finals this weekend in Bowling Green, with both local weather information and public information from Kentucky Emergency Management.
12/5/2013 – 10:00 a.m.
At this point, the schedule remains the same, and the Class 1A (11 a.m.) and 3A (3 p.m.) games, scheduled for Friday, December 6 will be played as planned.
No later than 10:00 a.m. ET on Friday, December 6, a final determination will be made for the Class 6A (7 p.m.) and subsequent games and announced through all available means. As of 9:30 a.m. on 12/5, the games WILL BE PLAYED AS SCHEDULED, but this is subject to change based on changing conditions.
The KHSAA and its member institutions as well as everyone involved in the hosting of these games urge all involved to make carefully considered decisions regarding attendance at the games and to exercise caution. Leaving earlier than [...]
KHSAA Partners With First String Media, PrepSpin.com For Enhanced Web Streaming Network
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: DECEMBER 3, 2013
Through a new venture launched prior to the start of the 2013-14 season, the KHSAA has transitioned its online video broadcast network (KHSAA.tv) to an internal operation through a new partnership with First String Media and PrepSpin.com. After outsourcing its championship webcasts in previous seasons, this year’s championship events will feature live video streaming and highlight packages produced internally through the new partnership. Live video streaming, archived broadcasts and highlight packages will remain free of charge through the Association’s website.
KHSAA.org will remain the exclusive home for live video streaming of KHSAA Championship events, with live championship coverage of 11 events, and post-event highlight packages provided for six other sports and sport-activities. Live video streaming will be available for a total of 41 games during the 2013-14 season through [...]
Updated commemorative copies of each completed KHSAA fall championship event are now available for on-demand printing through TheBookPatch.com. Full color and black-and-white versions of this year’s championship programs (Golf, Cross Country, Soccer and Volleyball) are all available for purchase.
Commemorative editions of each championship program from the 2012-13 season are also available through TheBookPatch.com, along with the 2013-14 KHSAA Events Calendar and 2013-14 Handbook.
A complete list of KHSAA programs available for sale can be found at:
KHSAA State High School Events Honoring Veterans At Events Closest To Veterans Day
Through the efforts of a veteran and concerned individual by the name of Robert Williams of Menlo Park, California, there is now a national movement to have every high school and college in the United States honor all veterans and active duty military at events near Veteran’s Day. This is a great way to recognize our veterans and active duty military and hopefully reinforce to all the importance of their sacrifices and the meaning of Veteran’s Day. The KHSAA is grateful to be able to participate.
For the first round of the football playoffs at home sites this weekend, each home school will be asked to request all veterans and active duty military in attendance to stand and be recognized for their contributions.
For the KHSAA State Cross Country meet on Saturday morning, November 9, there will be an announcement prior to [...]
11/01/13 – Fairview High School Receives Sanctions From KHSAA; Football Team Removed From Postseason Play
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: NOVEMBER 1, 2013
The Kentucky High School Athletic Association has handed down sanctions to Fairview High School for violation of Bylaw 3 (Maximum Number of Years) and Bylaw 4 (Enrollment Requirements), penalties which include the forfeiture of 19 football games over the last two seasons, including having its 2012 Class 1A State Runner-Up finish vacated, and the suspension and removal of the Fairview HS football team from the 2013 state playoffs.
“For 55 years, Fairview Schools have had an outstanding relationship with the Kentucky High School Athletic Association. Today’s ruling will not change that relationship as this incident with the ineligible player was handled with the utmost professionalism by the Commissioner and his staff,” said Fairview Independent Schools Superintendent Bill Musick. “We as a staff at Fairview Schools accept the responsibility for what has transpired. Neither the Fairview Schools nor Fairview High School has [...]
A few reminders– 1) BRACKETS AND TIE BREAKERS - All information as we have it now, is posted on the KHSAA web site. You can find it at http://khsaa.org/sports/fall/football/ under the pull down for playoff Rounds 1-4,
2) PLEASE REMEMBER TO CALL [...]
Seems like the years continue to go faster, as it is again time for us to take orders for advance tickets to this year’s Russell Athletic/KHSAA State Football Finals. We hope we can count on your continued support for the twelve teams that make it to the finals. Here are some notes about this year’s finals.
- The games will be played on Friday, December 6 and Saturday, December 7 at Feix Field, Houchens Industries – L.T. Smith Stadium at Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green;
- Game times will be 11:00 (1A), 3:00 (3A) and 7:00 (6A) on Friday, and will be 11:00 (2A), 3:00 (4A) and 7:00 (5A) on Saturday. All times are Central Time;
- The KFCA will be conducting an important continuous improvement session in conjunction with the finals. Contact Jimmie Reed with the KFCA for details;
- Both the club level and VIP [...]
10/09/13 – Commissioner Issues Clarification about Postgame Activity, Corrections to Erroneous Media and Social Media Reports
First, for those who may choose to read no further, there has never been a ban or prohibition on postgame handshakes or other types of good sporting behavior by the KHSAA, its Commissioner or its Board of Control. Nor has such a ban been proposed. There is no ban or prohibition on such activity today or contemplated for the future.
This message has been composed entirely by the Commissioner of the KHSAA. I do not want any room for misinterpretation or anyone else being accused of being involved. As the Commissioner, I take very seriously my role to ensure clear, concise and accurate communication regarding the expectations for our membership, participants, coaches, officials and all involved.
However, yesterday (10/8), at best a poorly worded and at worst, an incomplete, notice was sent from me to the member schools regarding postgame activity. Regardless of the number of people who had written [...]
For those that may choose to read only the first few lines, it is worth reiteration. THERE IS NO BAN OR PROHIBITION ON POSTGAME HANDSHAKES. Has not been considered, contemplated or reviewed as an option.
Several sports have “traditions” regarding postgame handshakes, etc. by team members (both en masse and as individuals), but none of them have such action dictated by playing rules. While it is an obvious sign of sportsmanship and civility, many incidents have occurred both in Kentucky (more than two dozen in the last three years in Kentucky alone) and throughout the country, where fights and physical conflicts have broken out during these postgame handshakes. And this is not restricted to specific sports. In our state alone, incidents in soccer, football and volleyball have occurred this fall.
Unfortunately, the adrenaline and effort required to participate in the sport sometimes seems to deplete the supply of judgement available to participants. And this can [...]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: SEPTEMBER 30, 2013
Golf Regionals Monday and Tuesday; Leachman/KHSAA State Golf Championship Next Week
Golfers from around the state will vie for a spot in the first state championship event of the 2013-14 season as regionals are held Monday (boys) and Tuesday (girls) throughout the Commonwealth. The 2013 Leachman Buick-GMC-Cadillac/KHSAA State Golf Championships will take place next week at the Bowling Green Country Club. The boys’ championship will be held Oct. 7-9, followed by the girls’ event Oct. 10-12.
Results from the regionals will be posted to the golf home page at KHSAA.org as soon as they become available. Pairings and tee times will also be available online, with live scoring for the events available through GolfStat.com.
KHSAA To Honor Silver, Golden Anniversary Teams At Fall Championships
As the coaches are aware, we have sent out several bits of communication regarding helmets and helmet add-ons. Today, we received the information below that was sent out by Riddell regarding the use of add-on devices to their helmets. This notice reiterates the stance we have consistently held, that unless you receive written approval from a helmet company that they consider their helmet to be NOCSAE certified with any add-on (cap, glue on pad, or any other add-on to the shell of the helmet), then these attachments cannot be worn in practice or competition.
August 30, 2013 – Riddell Response to Address Aftermarket Accessories and NOCSAE Certification
Football helmets and face masks worn by professional, collegiate, high school and most youth football players are required to meet National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment (NOCSAE) performance standards. NOCSAE certification involves rigorous internal product testing, independent laboratory testing and a sound quality assurance program. Each [...]
Just about three quick reminders after watching quite a bit of Week 0 video.
FB Experimental Rule
Remember we are experimenting with a rule on kickoffs. This experiment adds to the end of 6-1-3, “After the ball is marked ready for play and until it is kicked, no member of the kicking team with the exception of the kicker may be more than five yards behind the kicking team’s free kick line.” As we apply this experiment, remember it is only a foul if someone is touching beyond the goal line side of the five-yard mark. In other words, with a standard 40-yard line kickoff, if someone were touching the 35-yard line, but not beyond the goal-line side edge of that line, it is legal. Don’t over officiate this new rule. Something has to be touching beyond.
If the foul does occur, it’s a five yard encroachment foul, which kills the play before it begins. Remember, [...]
Obviously with today’s extreme temperatures and expected to go through the weekend, a quick reminder is in order.
YES, for this entire weekend and in all games regardless of temperature, we will mandate a heat timeout which shall not be charged to either team, during each quarter. The time-outs should be taken at the first change of possession following the six minute mark of each quarter.
Officials and coaches should also remember that the Heat Index Policy is in place for all games. If the heat index is 95 to 99, then a break is mandatory for at least 10 minutes in duration, every 30 minutes. If the heat index is above 99, no activity, including warmups, is permitted due to the requirements for safety equipment.
Best of luck to all involved.
– KHSAA –KHSAA BLOG POSTS
The KHSAA staff routinely publishes blog posts to better communicate with its various constituencies and [...]
USE AND REVIEW OF VIDEO OF SCRIMMAGES AND CONTESTS, USE OF VIDEO BOARDS
REMINDER ABOUT TAPING WITHOUT PERMISSION (FROM BYLAW 15)
Sec. 2) Illegal Equipment/Videotaping
a) It shall also be considered a violation of this rule if any school or school representative(s) uses or allows the use of illegal equipment which gains a competitive advantage in the contest and which is expressly prohibited by the rules adopted for that sport.
b) This shall also include the on-site recording of past or future opponents in any electronic form without the expressed consent of all involved teams.
c) A violation of this provision may result in penalization by the Commissioner’s office in accordance with the provisions of this bylaw and in accordance with KHSAA Bylaw 27.
Case BL 15-14- Is it a violation for a school to videotape an opponent without permission or use otherwise illegal equipment such as cleats [...]
This notice effects all football games played in Kentucky involving KHSAA member schools at al levels of play.
The point differential to initiate the running clock has been changed from 45 points to 36 points. Though this was previously noticed to all football coaches, this reminder is necessary as the season is about the begin. As was stated in the earlier notice email, the Commissioner’s Football Advisory Committee, which is made up of coaches and athletic administrators throughout the state, felt strongly that having had ample time to evaluate the previous difference, and with a desire surrounding injury prevention and efficient conduct of the games, that the number should be changed.
For details of the procedure, see http://khsaa.org/running-clock-provisions-khsaa-football-all-high-school-levels-of-play/.
Best of luck to all as the season begins.
08/10/13 – NOCSAE Position Statement Revised Again Helmet Attachments, Clarification for Coaches and Officials
NOCSAE, National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment, has again revised its position statement regarding Helmet Attachments. The complete position statement is located on their web site, and available CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE LATEST POSITION STATEMENT FROM NOCSAE.
Neither the KHSAA, not the NFHS tests football helmets. As such, we cannot make an evaluation concerning any claim made about a product that is added to the helmet or its usage.
However, the KHSAA does strictly adhere to the NFHS playing rules. NFHS playing rule 1-5-3(9) clearly states that any piece of equipment is illegal if not worn as intended by the manufacturer. It is the obligation of the helmet manufacturer to indicate to the member school IN WRITING that a specific helmet attachment is being worn as intended by the manufacturer if such equipment is worn. If such written verification is received, it should be presented to the officials during [...]
For the 2013 playing season (and possibly beyond), the KHSAA is conducted an approved experiment with the NFHS playing rules dealing with the formation of the kicking team on a free kick (kick-off).
DESCRIPTION OF MODIFICATION: Add to end of 6-1-3. After the ball is marked ready for play and until it is kicked, no member of the kicking team with the exception of the kicker may be more than five yards behind the kicking team’s free kick line.
The intent of this change is to hopefully slow down the acceleration of the kicking team members and reduce some of the collision involved with the full-speed kicking team member collides with the somewhat stationary receiving team member in an attempt to reduce opportunity for injury and minimize risk. The penalty would remain encroachment (as 6-1-3 is now), and would be a dead ball foul, killing the kick immediately to prevent potentially hazardous contact.
Here are [...]
Many schools have not yet verified the accuracy of their football schedule. Please be sure your schedule online is accurate and complete. The following table shows game totals for this current season. Double check your school game count and login to http://schools.khsaa.org if you need to make any changes.
07/23/13 – New Track/XC Alignment Approved; Football Draft Alignments; Tackett Receives New 4-Year Contract
New Track/XC Alignment Approved; Football Draft Alignments To Begin; Commissioner Receives Extremely Favorable Evaluation
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: JULY 23, 2013
The Board of Control conducted its July meeting on Monday at the Bank of Kentucky Center on the campus of Northern Kentucky University. Among the various topics addressed was the finalizing of a new alignment for Track and Field/Cross Country for the upcoming 2013-14 season.
Following months of review, a survey of the member schools, and consideration of all of the suggested amendments, the Board of Control adopted a revised alignment for Track & Field/Cross Country to take effect for postseason competition in the fall of 2013. Originally, a draft alignment was developed which would have minimized differences in enrollment between the largest and smallest schools in Class 1A and Class 3A. However, the feedback from the membership was more favorable to the current system [...]
At its July 22nd meeting, the KHSAA Board of Control received results from the latest playoff format survey completed by the membership. The survey was performed as the first step in beginning the process of aligning football for the 2015 through 2018 playing seasons. 210 of the 220 football playing schools responded, with 118 members (56.2%) favoring retaining the current format of bringing 4 teams from each district to the playoffs, 39 favoring bringing only three teams, and 53 favoring bringing only two teams from each district. The Commissioner applauded the membership for the outstanding rate of response.
This data will allow for the initial development of alignment drafts. The efforts will continue with more discussion at the November meeting of the Board of Control regarding an exact combination of enrollment data to be used and further discussion of the options in class 1A, where the schools were nearly evenly divided on a playoff format. [...]
Case BL-23-19- When does contact football practice begin?
The first date of contact practice is based on the first full day of classes for the student body in each school. Contact practice begins seven days prior to the first official day (which is the first day prior to students). The following is the calendar for the next two years. The shoulder pad column is the date with shoulder pads can be added to helmet IF the weekend days are not used for any type of practice. Be mindful that if non-contact simulations are held (i.e. 7/24 in 2013), then no practice can be held. As an example, in 2013, if the first full pad practice is July 29, but the school chooses to practice on 7/27 (any type of practice), then the shoulder pads couldn’t be worn until 7/25.
First day of School for the student body
First practice in full pads
7-16-2013 – NOCSAE STATEMENT DETERMINES THAT HELMETS MAY NOT HAVE AFTER MARKET ATTACHMENTS
(THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION HAS BEEN SUPERSEDED BY COMMUNICATION FROM NOCSAE, AUGUST 2013, see http://khsaa.org/082713-nocsae-position-revised-again-helmet-attachments-clarification-for-coaches-and-officials/)
Based on a statement issued July 16, 2013 by NOCSAE, helmets with after market attachments may not be worn by KHSAA football competitors. This is not a KHSAA prohibition, but rather the result of information received from NOCSAE. Based on this information, the helmets do not meet the requirements under NFHS playing rules that the helmets be current with NOCSAE certification, and therefore, by playing rule, the helmet with such attachments is not legal per NFHS rule 1-5-3c9.
The full statement from NOCSAE stated – “NOCSAE helmet standards are specific to models which are identical in all aspects, except as to size. The testing required to support the certification is also specific to the model being certified. NOCSAE standards require that any change in [...]
STATEMENT FROM NAERA – 3/25/2013 -
The NFHS has been provided with a copy of a newly enacted policy by NEARA pertaining to after-market football helmet attachments. Under the policy, reconditioners would remove such attachments and either return them to the submitting high schools or destroy them, at the schools’ direction. The complete release is located at /football/naerapressreleasemarchregardingaftermarkethelmetattachments.pdf. Please note that if these devices are attached to a helmet submitted for recertification, the devices will be removed. If they (or replacement devices) are re-attached, the warranty / guarantee for the helmet recertification would be voided.
Coaches should also note that due to these after-market enhancements voiding any warranty and recertification, they cannot be worn in competition.
Contact your helmet manufacturer with questions.
As posted by the member schools, the 2013 Spring Practice dates have been posted online. Member schools failing to report the dates through the Principal or Athletic Director are not permitted to conduct spring practice. The compiled list can be found at /football/2012/springpracticesubmissionsforspring2013.htm
SCHEDULE OF RUSSELL ATHLETIC/KHSAA COMMONWEALTH GRIDIRON BOWL CHAMPIONSHIP FOOTBALL FINAL GAMES
Based on annual inquiries, the following is a reminder to all schools from the Handbook about the wearing of gear for football workouts/practice throughout the year.
What equipment can be worn, what activities can occur, and what restrictions are in place for football practice and the wearing of football gear? The following are the allowances and timelines for the wearing of pads and the conducting of practice based on specific time of the year:
(1) From the team’s elimination from postseason play through the end of the school year with the exception of the official spring practice period, the following stipulations are in place.
a. No football gear, including the helmet, can be worn. This does not preclude the issuance of protective gear to individual athletes for specific singular activities such as an all-star contest or to attend a skills combine; and
b. There is no KHSAA catastrophic insurance during this period.
(2) During [...]
Fans of the participating teams are invited to participate in the first Russell Athletic Football Challenge in conjunction with the 2012 Russell Athletic/KHSAA Commonwealth Gridiron Bowl. Fan voting will take place all week of the finals, with the school garnering the most votes having a fan selected to participate in an on field promotion. Full details on the KHSAA football page by clicking on this link and then participating in the poll! Good luck to all.
In light of seemingly endless discussion about possible alternative formats for the football playoffs, it seems prudent to be sure the public is reminded of the results of a 2011-2012 survey of the membership regarding this issue. Clearly the consensus is that there is not consensus. Unfortunately, each respondent tends to look at the issue from the lens of their own situation. This data will continue to be reviewed, and alternatives will always be on the table for discussion. In the same way that what was right in 1985 is not likely right today, today’s system may not be the best for tomorrow.
The results are as follows:
At its April, 2012 meeting, the Board of Control confirmed the schedule for the six 2012 football championship games.
On Friday, November 30, the championships for Classes 1A, 3A and 4A will take place, at 11 a.m., 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. respectively.
Classes 2A, 5A and 6A will determine its champions on Saturday, December 1 , at 11 a.m., 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. respectively.
All games will take place at Houchens-L.T. Smith Stadium on the campus of Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green.
Seems like only yesterday that school began and yet it is time for us to take orders for advance tickets to this year’s Russell Athletic/KHSAA State Football Finals. We hope we can count on your continued support. Here are some notes about this year’s finals.
- The games will be played on Friday, November 30 and Saturday, December 1 at Feix Field, Houchens Industries – L.T. Smith Stadium at Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green.
- Game times will be 11:00 (1A), 3:00 (3A) and 7:00 (4A) on Friday, and will be 11:00 (2A), 3:00 (5A) and 7:00 (6A) on Saturday. All times are Central Time.
- Both the club level and VIP chairback will have access to the indoor area between and during the games for those that desire to be in there, but seating is limited. Ticketing in the club level sold out quickly last year.
- We will continue to have a limited [...]
6A is the class that has a rotating cross-bracket chart listed in the Competition Rules (numbered page 16 of http://khsaa.org/handbook/competitionrules/fbcompetitionrules.pdf). District 2 was originally assigned only three teams to the district, and lost one of them (Nelson County) through a school split beginning this year.
In addition, be mindful that District 6 was permitted to have its 5th place team automatically become the 4th seed in District 2 for the playoff pairings purposes. This assurance that the 5th place team would always face a 1st place team was key in the approval of the experimental bracketing to prevent a team from District 6 from being sent to a geographically isolated part of the state for playoffs.
Districts 2 and 3 are paired for the playoffs this year. So the fifth place team in District 6 will be the fourth place team in District 2 for playoff purposes. Part of this issue is resolved for [...]
Based on the number of inquiries in the last few hours, it seems prudent to remind schools and officials about the required procedures involving interrupted football games.
Basically, there is no such thing as a no contest. Regardless of how long or short games go due to inclement weather, it cannot be treated as though it never happened. Once it starts, it starts.
Two valuable resources are laid out in the KHSAA policies. First, if you look at the Officials Guidebook, it clearly talks about the officials authority NOT being absolute on whether or not we resume. It says:
SEVERE WEATHER / HEAT ILLNESS POLICY FOR ACTIONS BY OFFICIALS AT OUTDOOR SPORTS
The Referee (Lead Official / Crew Chief) shall stop play in a contest or scrimmage at the first sound of lightning or thunder at the site. The playing site shall be cleared immediately of all persons. The contest or scrimmage may be resumed [...]
Now that contests have been completed and individual statistics can be entered, there are steps to be taken to open and initialize rosters. This step was clearly detailed in the August 7 blog entry available at http://khsaa.org/87-2012-2013-rosters-available-to-be-opened-and-edited/. Your AD will need to follow these steps prior to the entry of new players or editing of the current roster. All of this has to be done before stats can be entered on a game-by-game basis.
The first week of volleyball statistics will be published on Thursday, Aug. 23.
The first week of soccer statistics will be published on Thursday, Aug. 30
The first week of football statistics will be published on Thursday, Sept. 6
Nothing has changed since that notice, and neither school was part of the issues related to the required second year review that the Board of Control did at its July meeting. However, even though nothing has changed, I wanted to be sure with all of the turnover in administrators and coaches, that all were aware of the situation.
Nelson County High School – WILL be in District 4 of Class 4A along with Doss, Fairdale, Moore, Valley and Western. For 2012 only, there was a draw done to determine which existing Nelson County games would count as district [...]