LHSAA--Anybody heard any rumors about the LHSAA Executive Director's job?
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re: LHSAA--Anybody heard any rumors about the LHSAA Executive Director's job?
Posted by nevilletiger79 on 1/25 at 10:44 am to JJ27
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Those 2 are too vindictive for that position.


That's because schools like WM had Henry in their back pocket for years...funny how the transfers were greatly reduced once Henry left office



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Posted by TheBob on 1/25 at 10:45 am to GhostofJackson
I'm nervous. I also find it funny that a woman principal from Winnfield could destroy Louisiana High School football.


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Posted by TheBob on 1/25 at 10:51 am to TheBob
Karr pulled out the race card.


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Posted by chalmetteowl on 1/25 at 10:53 am to TheBob
good...


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Posted by choupiquesushi on 1/25 at 10:55 am to chalmetteowl
funny.. one of the principals that brought the LHSAA to this point..... is now clamoring for one association.


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Posted by GhostofJackson on 1/25 at 10:56 am to choupiquesushi
Now he brings up Jewish people. This is rich!


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Posted by TheBob on 1/25 at 11:06 am to GhostofJackson
Giambelluca "doesn't understand what's wrong with (principals) putting name by (vote)," gets applause #nolaprep @nolaprep @brnola #lhsaa

Nice.



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Posted by tigercross on 1/25 at 11:21 am to GhostofJackson
Prop 18 passes. Split for football.


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Posted by lsu31always on 1/25 at 11:24 am to tigercross
Rip lhsaa


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Posted by choupiquesushi on 1/25 at 11:25 am to lsu31always
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Rip lhsaa


but they saved the catholic league...




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Posted by trusaint on 1/25 at 11:29 am to chalmetteowl
I teach/coach at a public school in north louisiana. I don't understand what all the fuss is about. Why are we running from the private schools. If they are constantly winning the state championships as a competitor don't you want to play the best. I was taught to be the best you have to beat the best. The argument I hear around hear is how unfair it is that evangel/calvary/loyola recruit kids and we can't. Then you look at all the schools in Caddo and most if not all abuse the "magnet program" for athletics. Then you look at Bossier Parish and the two main schools that oppose the calvary/evangels and they abuse the m-m rule for athletics as well. So I don't get it. If a kid wants to go to another school because they feel it is in their best interest then let it be. Lace em' up, work hard to compete, and do your best against the best.


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Posted by Interception on 1/25 at 11:35 am to trusaint
Split Passes!!!!

Updates coming...

ETA: FOOTBALL ONLY


This post was edited on 1/25 at 11:37 am

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Posted by supatigah on 1/25 at 11:53 am to TheBob

34m Kevin Foote ?@FooteNote
There will be a roll call vote.


35m Kevin Foote ?@FooteNote
Motion passes to split

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42m Kevin Foote ?@FooteNote
It if course failed

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42m Kevin Foote ?@FooteNote
Motion was made to eliminate the 25 percent rule when determining select schools.

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47m Kevin Foote ?@FooteNote
Jesuit principal is protesting that in the past there was no vote when a roll call is seconded.

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49m Kevin Foote ?@FooteNote
The gutless principals voted to not to have a roll call vote.

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50m Kevin Foote ?@FooteNote
Karr principal says his school is being penalized for opening the door to students during Katrina.

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57m Kevin Foote ?@FooteNote
Jesuit and other principals harken back to separate but equal in the 50s socially in the country.

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1h Kevin Foote ?@FooteNote
Carver amendment fails

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1h Kevin Foote ?@FooteNote
Carver is saying that all charter schools aren't select schools.

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1h Kevin Foote ?@FooteNote
Carver principal tries to amend b/c he said carver should not be a select school

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1h Kevin Foote ?@FooteNote
Item 9 to eliminate class C didn't get off the table.

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1h Kevin Foote ?@FooteNote
Item 8 that would have split for all sports failed to even get off the table.

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1h Kevin Foote ?@FooteNote
Item 9 is the motion to eliminate class C

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1h Kevin Foote ?@FooteNote
8,9and 18 are the controversial issues.

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1h Kevin Foote ?@FooteNote
Item 8 is now open for discussion

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1h Kevin Foote ?@FooteNote
Motion to make soccer playoffs by power rankings failed

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1h Kevin Foote ?@FooteNote
Les miles is at this meeting
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1h Kevin Foote ?@FooteNote
Motion passes to allow for one spring football game.

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1h Kevin Foote ?@FooteNote
Motion passes easily to split up the boys and girls state basketball tournaments.

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1h Kevin Foote ?@FooteNote
Motion fails to increase pay to volleyball officials.

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1h Kevin Foote ?@FooteNote
Motion to keep kids below 9th grade from competing fails.

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2h Kevin Foote ?@FooteNote
James stafford is explaining the rules. As expected, the hot topics will be discussed at the end.
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2h Kevin Foote ?@FooteNote
Kenny Henderson urges principals to vote for best interest of all student-athletes.
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Posted by supatigah on 1/25 at 11:56 am to supatigah
including the motion to eliminate Class C was a stroke of Parliamentary genius. That gave the principals that are split proponents a bargaining chip to trade with the Class C and Class B schools in exchange for their YAY on split for football only


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Posted by ProjectP2294 on 1/25 at 11:57 am to supatigah
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Kenny Henderson urges principals to vote for best interest of all student-athletes.

They obviously didn't heed that advice.



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Posted by GeorgeTheGreek on 1/25 at 12:38 pm to supatigah
Wow


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Posted by Kracka on 1/25 at 12:43 pm to supatigah
So if they are splitting up the boys and girls top 28's does that mean it's going back to it's original format? I wonder where they are going to move them to, or just leave them in Bossier.


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Posted by longhorn22 on 1/25 at 12:47 pm to Kracka
Alright I was following this a little on 870 on the way back to the office.


So the Catholic schools and private type of schools will be "select" and the Public schools will be "non-select".

will select and non-select schools be allowed to be in the same districts? How much of a clusterfrick this will be?



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Posted by Antonio Moss on 1/25 at 12:56 pm to longhorn22
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will select and non-select schools be allowed to be in the same districts? How much of a clusterfrick this will be?


Yes. The split would only be for playoffs. The public schools want the private school money; just not their competition.

The last I heard last night was the selects would be in two divisions with the upper division having 32 schools (meaning everyone makes the playoffs)

A lot of the private schools' ADs are already talking about leaving LHSAA. The new system allows LHSAA and the public schools to take money from the privates while regulating them out of competition.



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Posted by TROLA on 1/25 at 2:44 pm to Antonio Moss
This is going to be such a clusterfrick.. The selects need to bail and call their bluff.


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