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Realignment appeals move to NCHSAA

March 18, 2012
By Cavalier Dave Forrester of Hugh M Cummings High School



Realignment appealsmove to NCHSAA


Staff and wire reports

The North Carolina High School Athletic Association realignment committee will begin hearing appeals this morning.

 

The committee is made up of principals and superintendents, plus representatives from the Department of Public Instruction, the N.C. School Boards Association, the N.C. Coaches Association and the N.C. Athletic Directors Association.

 

The NCHSAA staff will have a voice in the meeting, but does not have a vote.

 

Randleman is among the schools on the list to make appeals. Randleman has been slotted in a Class 2-A nine-school conference that includes Cummings High School, Graham and Eastern Randolph.

 

“The committee hopes to have a plan prepared before it adjourns sometime (tonight),” said Rick Strunk, an associate commissioner of the NCHSAA. “If it becomes apparent that the committee cannot complete its job (by tonight), it will have to consider whether to reconvene on Friday or schedule another meeting.”

 

If the committee agrees on an amended plan, the 29 schools who are making appeals (some schools are making joint appeals) will be notified of the amended plan Friday morning, Strunk said.

 

The realignment committee will make a recommendation to the NCHSAA Board of Directors for approval during the annual spring meeting in May.

 

The NCHSAA realigns its member schools into conferences every four years. Realignments are needed as new schools are opened and enrollments change.

 

“There is a ripple effect in changes,” Strunk said. “When you start moving schools into and out of conferences, it can ripple through several conferences.” 

 


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