LHSAA details penalties for schools who start summer practice before June 8
In a followup to the LHSAA executive committee’s unanimous vote to delay its summer practice dates to June 8 as part of a COVID-19 return-to-sports plan, executive director Eddie Bonine released a second memo. It details a list of sanctions schools could face by violating the new practice date.
Sanctions include placing a school on probation, suspending a school from the LHSAA or from participating in specific LHSAA sports for up to a year, fines of up to $2,500, along with the cost of any hearing/investigation. Coaches also face suspensions. Read more from The Advocate’s Robin Fambrough.
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