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Private Schools vs. Public Schools in State Playoffs


Private Schools vs. Public Schools in State Playoffs

Private schools should not be allowed to compete against public schools in State playoffs. Schools such as Cardinal Gibbons basically plays with the equivalent of recruits. Public schools are not allowed to accept student-athletes at will. Students are assigned to public schools. Private schools accept any student who wishes to attend. If there is any doubt as to the advantage of this, check out the News & Observer sports section today.

RE: Private Schools vs. Public Schools in State Playoffs

Yep... it must be true because you, the expert, wrote it! PLEASE get off this kick...

Apparently you are re referring to the reporting in the N&O of CGHS success in LaX and tennis yesterday, but overlooking they got knocked out of the baseball playoffs. You act like they are recruiting athletes away from your school (apparent 'sour grapes').... but you know,. you may have a point... didntt CGHS pick 35 in the NFL Draft last week?? GET OVER IT... there wasnt much complaining earlier when Gibbons was regularly getting their hindends handed to them in Football and Baseball! If it wasnt "fair"... the NCHSAA wouldnt of decided towards leaving them in the Association and not changing the playoff rules. Even the State High Schools quick vote last year could not bring the majority. So give up this cry of "foul" and recruiting... this gets really old! Its been addressed and decided on.

RE: Private Schools vs. Public Schools in State Playoffs

To RTPripper:

I never said I was an expert. I was just expressing my opinion. You sound alot more heated about this topic than I do. Why don't you get over yourself? If that's possible.

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