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chalmetteowl
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How 5A schools have voted on reunification...



noteworthy because the 5A schools are voting on reunifying their class at the convention later this month

btw there are 69 5A schools. 35 yes votes will be needed for them to come back together. there are 39 votes in green.

here's the rest of the agenda

https://www.lhsaa.org/siteuploads/editorimg/file/Annual%20Convention/2022%20Annual%20Convention%20-%20General%20Business%20Meeting%202022%20Final%20Agenda.pdf

other highlights are D-IV football possibly going from 16 playoff teams to 24, pay increases for officials, and the end of ties for district championships.
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RGJ18
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Let’s call out the biggest clowns who have voted no for this:

West Monroe
Scotlandville
Barbe
Destrehan


Major respect to the publics voting yes. Woodlawn is ready to play, central, Acadiana, Zachary to name a few.


chalmetteowl
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Let’s call out the biggest clowns who have voted no for this:



it's the LHSAA and Louisiana. Expect frickery


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red sox fan 13
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Lol at the soft athletic departments that voted no. I applaud the schools that want to compete under one division.


HarrisLetsRide
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I’m completely embarrassed for WM with how they’ve handled this issue over the years. It’s shameful really….SOFT!
Evangel got in their heads back in the day, hopefully they’ve recovered


Oilfieldbiology
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Does St. Paul’s still play all the schools in District 6? I wonder why Mandeville is the only one that agreed with reunification?

Eta
And the same question posed to St. Amant, Dutchtown, and East Ascension.
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saintsfan92612
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why the hell did John Ehret change their name to Ehret John?

nvm, see this is the case with lots of schools treating the school names as last name, first name
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Mr. Hangover
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dummy


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Arlege is garbage


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Swagga
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Don’t feel bad. I read King Grace and almost had to check if that was another school in LA or they meant Grace King
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lsupride87
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West Monroe is so soft

No wonder Acadiana and Zachary passed them by. They aren’t scared and soft

ETA: All the northshore publics have gaping vaginas too besides Mandeville
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sta4ever
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I feel the same way towards St. Amant. Yes, it makes the AP schools look better with a split, cause they’ve been hosting lots of home playoff games since the split, but it’s just bad for Louisiana sports to have a split.

I find it funny that the one sport that doesn’t have a split is soccer, and that sport is dominated by private schools at a much higher level than any other sport.

If you wanna be the best, then you have to beat the best.


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cenlaconvertedsouth
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This has nothing to do with who is soft, or scared, etc. Some of you think the strength and conditioning coaches are standing there beating their chests screaming bring it on pussies, and then they vote...lol This is, and has always been about money. If the business leaders believe their respective school can make more revenue by voting yes, then they vote yes. If it's a no, they vote no. Sometimes financial situations change and so a school may change their vote. Only once they revenue is worked out does a school then say, well if it's even money either way, who could we possibly hurt by voting a certain way.


Black n Gold
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ETA: All the northshore publics have gaping vaginas too besides Mandeville


Nowhere in the state is the bitterness and resentment toward private schools stronger.


chalmetteowl
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If the business leaders believe their respective school can make more revenue by voting yes, then they vote yes. If it's a no, they vote no. Sometimes financial situations change and so a school may change their vote.


So what is this really about? Playoff game revenue? Teams already play who they want to in the regular season, no split there.

In the sports that are coming back together, 16 teams host playoff games every year. Let’s say this proposal is a thing because nonselect schools saw the Brother Martin and Jesuit playoff crowd and want to host them in the playoffs.

Not every select team will make the playoffs. Not every select team that does make the playoffs will have a road game at a nonselect.

Most playoff games will still be select vs select or nonselect vs nonselect


cenlaconvertedsouth
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No, gate money and concessions are not the revenue I am talking about. Most schools do analysis to determine where they would be most successful, meaning win more, create a brand, etc. That generates revenue.


CypressTrout10
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It's also the area of the state with the least amount of private high schools


chalmetteowl
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No, gate money and concessions are not the revenue I am talking about.


Well it is high school we’re talking about here. They don’t have much from other sources

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Most schools do analysis to determine where they would be most successful, meaning win more, create a brand, etc.
just in terms of 5A, with the split, nothing changed for a lot of schools.


supatigah
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one major benefit of coming back together would be reducing expenses from running two playoffs for the LHSAA


Oilfieldbiology
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I think the LHSAA wants reunification. I think a lot of public schools (especially smaller ones) don’t.


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