Monday, May 14, 2007

Michigan's ripple effect(s)

The Hawaii High School Athletic Association has decided to move three sports into their traditional seasons, a year ahead of original plans to do so. It seems the case in Michigan prompted the change in the timetable. HHSAA apparently thought the risk of a lawsuit, in the wake of the Michigan decision, was great enough to move softball, boys' volleyball, and girls' basketball this year.
And though it took twelve years for this change to occur, there seems to be much less strife over the decision.

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