WOSgrad

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  1. Nothing really happened, the UIL medical advisory committee merely passed a motion that a positive student needed clearance from a physician before returning to extracurricular activities including sports. That is all.
  2. I don't know if this is any indication, but there is no Chicken Little going on on social media.
  3. I've read, the Evadale ISD admissions policy. https://pol.tasb.org/Policy/Download/719?filename=FD(LEGAL).pdf&filename=FD(LEGAL).pdf The following is the only situation that I have seen that allows the Evadale ISD to prevent admission of a student: 4.The person is under the age of 18 and has established a separate residence in the district apart from his or her parent, guardian, or other person having lawful control under an order of a court and has established that the person’s presence in the district is not for the primary purpose of participation in extracurricular activities. A board is not required to admit such person, however, if the person has: a.Engaged in conduct that resulted in removal to a disciplinary alternative education program or expulsion within the preceding year; b.Engaged in delinquent conduct or “conduct in need of supervision” and is on probation or other conditional re-lease for that conduct; or c.Been convicted of a criminal offense and is on probation or other conditional release.
  4. Here are some picks, from last Friday:
  5. So, in essence, the Tyler ISD, named for the city named for President John Tyler, which decided about a month ago that President John Tyler's ties to the Confederate States precluded anything in Tyler ISD, which, again, is named for the city named for President John Tyler, from being named for President John Tyler, stripped the name John Tyler from a high school in the Tyler ISD, which again, is named for the city named for President John Tyler and in its place, the Tyler ISD, which is named for the city named for President John Tyler, opted for the name Tyler High as it is named for the City of Tyler, which again, is named for President John Tyler, whom the Tyler ISD, which is named for the city named for President John Tyler, decided is unworthy of having anything named after him in Tyler ISD, which again, is named after the city named after President John Tyler, because his ties to the Confederacy. I thought I was a smart guy. But obviously I need help in figuring out how this makes sense.
  6. BISD did report last night that a United varsity player did test positive. Varsity and JV excluded from S&C workouts until next Friday. https://www.beaumontenterprise.com/sports/hs/article/United-football-player-tests-positive-for-15458953.php
  7. Changing the letters to symbols does not mean a curse word is not being used. Not again!
  8. 2020 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREVIEWS HIGH ISLAND CARDINALS 2019 Record: 4-4 Overall; 1-2 District 3rd Place in District 12-1A-I After 8 years in the 6 man ranks, the High Island Cardinals will again test the waters of the 11 man game. Coach Matt Miracle does do some with a loaded senior class which will make sure that there is plenty in the cupboard this season. COACHING Head Coach: Matt Miracle Assistant Coaches: Aaron Kuehler (Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers/Wide Receivers), Mike Previte (Running Backs/Defensive Line), Ron Dupree (Quarterbacks/Defensive Line), John Carlisle (Offensive Line/Defensive line) OFFENSE High Island will bring another slot Y into the 11 man game. Sophomore quarterback Jordan Grubbs will lead the Cardinal attack but look for sophomore Blake Walker to also get action behind center. The Cardinal rushing attack should be potent as senior halfbacks Julian Blume and Joey Lester, junior tailback Dade Brindley and senior fullback Brandon Isaacks will be in the backfield. Look for sophomores A.J. Lowe and Quinten Malinchalk to also see time in the High Island backfield. Walker and sophomore Jesse Palmer will line up at tight end and senior Kyle Hall will line up out wide to pace the Cardinal passing attack. Seniors Zenn Taylor and Junior Stewart will lead an offensive line which will also get contributions from senior lineman Ben Borden, juniors Jon-Michael Samonte and Donovan Thrash, sophomores Konnor Andress and Canyon Revia and freshman Caden Parea. DEFENSE The Cardinal 3-3 stack will make its appearance in the 11 man game. Up front, Taylor and Thrash, from their defensive line spots, will pace a defensive line which get contributions from Parea, Samonte and Revia at nose guard, as well as Andress at defensive end. Blume. Borden, Lester, Isaacks and Malinchalk will be the main cogs at linebacker with Palmer and Walker also seeing time there. Brindley and Grubbs, from their safety positions, will lead the Cardinal secondary. SPECIAL TEAMS Hall will do the place kicking for High Island with Grubbs doing the punting. Brindley will be the primary returner. SCHEDULE Aug. 28 - Cushing, 7:00 pm Sept. 4 - West Sabine, 7:00 pm Sept. 11 - at Louise, 7:00 pm Sept. 18 - Colmesneil, 7:00 pm Sept. 25 - at West Hardin, 7:00 pm Oct. 2 - OPEN Oct. 9 - at Evdale, 7:00 pm* Oct. 16 - Burkeville (HC), 7:00 pm* Oct. 23 - at Sabine Pass, 7:00 pm* Oct. 30 - at Hull-Daisetta, 7:00 pm* Nov. 6 - Deweyville, 7:00 pm* STADIUM INFORMATION Name: Cardinal Nest Stadium Address: 6th Street at High School Rd., High Island, TX Capacity: 1,000 Turf: Grass Helmet Image Courtesy of texasfootball.com: https://www.texasfootball.com/team/high-island-cardinals?ref=helmets Stadium Information Courtesy of texasfootball.com: http://texasbob.com/stadium/stadium.php?id=613
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