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10/31/2016 - WIAA Names Chase's Warnica and Freeman's Ruby as "Give Me 5" Star Students of the Month

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10/7/2016 - Statement Regarding Recent Football Forfeits

10/4/2016 - WIAA Newsletter | October 2016


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  • Statement Regarding Recent Football Forfeits
    10/7/2016

    WIAA Statement Regarding Recent Football Forfeits
    WIAA Statement Regarding Recent Football Forfeits

    The WIAA is in contact with member schools in the Cascade Conference regarding the recent forfeitures to the Archbishop Murphy football team in order to provide counsel and assist member schools through this issue.

    Schools that have chosen to forfeit against Archbishop Murphy have done so for a variety of reasons, including but not limited to, low turnout of student-athletes, competitive equity and safety concerns.  Coaches and school administrators are working alongside student-athletes, parents and members of their communities to make these tough decisions. The WIAA has no rules restricting a team’s decision to forfeit a regular season contest.
     
    WIAA member schools have the ability to collaborate to form their own leagues. Each individual league develops a regular season schedule that is agreed upon by all league members.
     
    “Players on both sides are losing the opportunity to represent their schools and communities on the football field,” said WIAA Executive Director Mike Colbrese. “The WIAA understands how valuable these opportunities are for all students.”
     
    The WIAA is committed to working with schools and athletic directors to examine the structure and schedule of the 2017 football season to ensure student athletes have a positive, competitive, and equitable experience. 
     

    About WIAA

    WIAA is a membership organization of over 800 schools from every corner of the state. Member schools set the structure, rules and regulations for five different activities and sixteen athletics programs at the high school and middle/junior high school level. WIAA staff helps interpret and oversee rule-making decisions and policies, assist member schools with questions and provide accessible and responsive assistance to help athletic and activities programs run smoothly. Learn more about WIAA at www.wiaa.com.

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