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  1. DT was not. Shaw I think was but left one year in. Earl went to school in WO-C except for a couple of years at LC-M. Now, for transfers out of the district (that I can recall) Homer Rhodes (running back)- Left WO-S to go to LC-M Shane Dronett (defensive lineman)- Played for UT in college and in the NFL - Left WO-C to go to BC Howard Dobson (starting quarterback)- Left WO-S to go to BC Trey Baldwin (two way starter on WO-S 2014) - left WO-S to attend Cy-Falls high school - currently at Louisiana Tech Starrland Baldwin (cornerback)- left WO-S to attend Cy-Falls - currently at OU Dillon Sterling-Cole (starting quarterback) - left WO-S to attend Spring Westfield - currently at Arizona State Deonte Henson (cornerback) - went to school in WO-C, not sure about WO-S transferred to West Brook Tyrone Wilson (starting quarterback) - moved out of the district from WO-S
  2. If they have evidence, it is always okay to that the transfer is due to athletic purposes. Because here how the process works. 1. Before each season, each school fills out a "Team Sport Eligibility Form" which lists the name, date of birth, date of enrollment and the name and full address of the guardian of each player on a team. The link to that form is listed below: https://www.uiltexas.org/files/athletics/forms/varsity-team-sport-eligibility_2017-18.pdf 2. For each student that has transferred from another school district, the current school district must file a form called the "Previous Athletic Participation Form" or "PAPF." Part of this form in filled out by the parent, part of it by the school district that the player transferred from and part of it by the school district that the student transferred to. The link to the current form is below: https://www.uiltexas.org/files/athletics/forms/PAPF_17-18_revised.pdf You will note that the part that is fill out by the former school district (which requires two signatures, that of the super of the former school and either the principal or the coach of the former school) six questions are asked, with accompanying explanations requested if yes to any of these answers: 1. Was there any conflict between the student, his/her parents and the athletic/academic supervisors at the school? 2. Was the student recruited to attend another school of was any undue influence exerted upon this student to change schools? 3. Did this student quit an athletic activity or program while enrolled in your school? 4. Was this student ever suspended or removed from your athletic program. 5. Would this student be prohibited from athletics had they not changed schools. 6. Based upon your knowledge of the student and their circumstances, is this student changing schools for athletic purposes. 3. A yes answer to any of the 6 questions question requires a hearing in front of the district executive committee, which is made up of schools in the new school's UIL district. They decide yes or no at that hearing. If the district clears him, he is eligible for athletic varsity play (if his residence meets muster). 4. If not, then he either plays sub-varsity for a year or appeals to the UIL State Executive committee which holds a hearing which is pretty much the same process in which they either affirm or overturn the district executive committee's ruling. In fact, the state committee heard several such appeals today. Any coach who has evidence can answer "yes" which will trigger a hearing. It is just that very few do so, such as Coach Thompson or Coach John Snelson, current coach at Dickinson and former coach at Pasadena Memorial. Of course, that answer doesn't always mean that the student will be declared ineligible by the DEC, such as was the case for Trey Baldwin when he left WO-S.
  3. No drummer, we ain't doing that. You may be accurate about CB's intentions, but we ain't making this racial, from either end of the spectrum. If that is a way you wish to go, take it to the political forum.
  4. Well, I am still waiting for your answer as to students who have transferred to WO-S to play football and you have not yet answered that question. You just wish to bang on WO-S' academic record which by whatever equation the TEA uses, ended up a C with Bridge City High ending up a B. That was not done by the WO-S super, it was from the state authority on academic standards. People ain't losing their minds. They just want you to justify your answer by showing transfers that have been made to WO-S, which you said was happening, then backtracked and said WO-S was "just an example" to back to its happening. So, which one is it?
  5. So you are going to hang on to an outdated ranking to hang on to your narrative. Okay.
  6. No, I think you are: https://rptsvr1.tea.texas.gov/perfreport/account/2019/distlist.html
  7. Well, since you did decide to single out that high school (who, by the way, finished just one grade below BC in the 2019 TEA Accountability Rankings), I guess you you can name the students that have transferred to that high school and played on their football team? As to the student (who by the way, was not a quarterback) when his father states that he transferred "for increased exposure to colleges," and to a high school that was only one grade higher in TEA rankings, that pretty much convinces me that the move was for athletic purposes. It not only cost the district that student, but the student's younger brother, a cornerback, who is currently at OU. The quarterback that you are alluding to transferred to Spring Westfield before the 2014 season due to his mother being hired by Spring ISD. BTW, he went on to Arizona State. None of these, as I recall, on an academic scholarship. So, as you can see, the school that you didn't mean to single out was the poached, rather than the poacher and according to the TEA isn't doing as bad academically as you wish to have folks think. Moral of the story, know what you are talking about before you open your mouth.
  8. Join Heather Healy as she takes you around the world in the 15 minutes on KFDM Sunday Sports Extra! She will bring the latest from this weekend's high school football scrimmages, high school volleyball tournaments, the Astros and the NFL. We are now less than two weeks away from the start of the high school football regular season and Orangefield head football coach and athletic director Josh Smalley joins Heather on the set to discuss the Bobcats' preparation for the 2019 season and possibly the secret to West Brook head coach Eric Peevey's hair. So tune into KFDM Sunday Sports tonight after 6 News Tonight (approximately 10:20 pm) by tuning to KFDM Channel 6 or by logging on to kfdm.com.
  9. 2019 HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL SCHEDULE WEEK OF AUGUST 19-24, 2019 Tuesday, August 20, 2019 6A Baytown Sterling at Barbers Hill, 6:30 pm Beaumont United at Hamshire-Fannett, 6:30 pm Beaumont West Brook at Hardin-Jefferson, 6:30 pm Channelview at Baytown Lee, 6:30 pm Deer Park at Clear Creek, 6:00 pm Houston Lamar at Galena Park North Shore, 6:30 pm La Porte at Dayton, 6:30 pm Sheldon C.E. King at Spring Westfield, 6:00 pm 5A Alief Hastings at Galveston Ball, 6:30 pm Aldine Eisenhower at Port Arthur Memorial, 6:30 pm Cleveland at Hardin, 6:30 pm Crosby at Huffman Hargrave, 6:30 pm Dickinson at Santa Fe, 6:30 pm Friendswood at Pearland, 6:30 pm Galena Park at Fort Bend Marshall, 6:30 pm Liberty at Goose Creek Memorial, 6:30 pm Little Cypress-Mauriceville at Nederland, 6:30 pm Orangefield at Bridge City, 6:30 pm Porter at Livingston, 6:30 pm Port Neches-Groves at Tarkington, 6:30 pm Pasadena Memorial at Texas City, 6:30 pm Sulphur (LA) at Vidor, 6:30 pm 4A Center at Gary, 5:30 pm Huntington at Lufkin, 6:00 pm New Caney at Splendora, 6:30 pm Newton at Jasper, 6:30 pm Shepherd at Corrigan-Camden, 6:30 pm Silsbee at Colmesneil, 6:30 pm West Orange-Stark at Kountze, 6:30 pm 3A Buna at Deweyville, 6:30 pm Crockett at Coldspring-Oakhurst, 6:00 pm Diboll at Teague, 6:30 pm East Chambers at Beaumont Kelly Catholic, 6:30 pm Groveton at Trinity, 6:30 pm Hemphill at Shelbyville, 4:30 pm Hempstead at Hearne, 6:00 pm Iola at Onalaska, 5:00 pm New Waverly at Somerville, 6:00 pm Normangee at Anderson-Shiro, 7:00 pm West Rusk at Nacogdoches Central Heights, 6:30 pm Warren at Evadale, 4:30 pm Woodville at Kirbyville, 6:30 pm 2A Beaumont Harmony Science at West Hardin, 5:30 pm Chester at High Island, 4:30 pm Fred Good Samaritan at Spurger, 5:30 pm Goodrich at Hull-Daisetta, 4:30 pm Port Arthur Bob Hope at Sabine Pass, 5:30 pm Thursday, August 22, 2019 Tournament Anderson-Shiro Tournament (Anderson-Shiro, Livingston) Athens Tournament (Center, Corrigan-Camden) Centerville Tournament (Hempstead) Hamshire-Fannett Rallyfest (Hamshire-Fannett) Leander ISD Volleypalooza (Barbers Hill, Friendswood) Richmond George Ranch (Galveston Ball) Robinson Tournament (Diboll) Round Rock Volleypalooza (Santa Fe) Splendora Tournament (Splendora, Anahuac, Buna, Liberty, Lumberton, Tarkington) Tyler Tournament (Carthage, Nacogdoches Central Heights) Warren Tournament (Warren, Beaumont Kelly Catholic, Beaumont West Brook, Chester, Cleveland, Coldspring-Oakhurst, Colmesneil, Evadale, Goodrich, Hemphill, Jasper, Kirbyville, Kountze, Newton, Shepherd, Spurger, West Hardin) 2A Beaumont Harmony Science at Burkeville, 5:30 pm TAPPS Orange Community Christian at Port Arthur Lighthouse, 6:30 pm Friday, August 23, 2019 Tournament Decatur Tournament (Huffman Hargrave) Kerrville Tivy Tournament (La Porte) Leander ISD Volleypalooza (Barbers Hill, Friendswood) Robinson Tournament (Diboll) Round Rock Volleypalooza (Santa Fe) Tyler Tournament (Carthage, Nacogdoches Central Heights) 6A Beaumont United at Houston Washington, 5:30 pm Beaumont West Brook at Little Cypress-Mauriceville, 4:30 pm Channelview at Galena Park, 6:30 pm Galena Park North Shore at Katy Morton Ranch, 6:30 pm Goose Creek Memorial at Pasadena Memorial, 6:30 pm Humble Summer Creek at Baytown Sterling, 6:30 pm 5A Cleveland at Shepherd, 6:30 pm Crosby at New Caney, 6:30 pm Hamshire-Fannett at Vidor, 6:30 pm Liberty at Baytown Lee, 6:30 pm Lumberton at Dayton, 5:00 pm Nederland at Bridge City, 6:30 pm Port Arthur Memorial at Houston Chavez, 6:30 pm Port Neches-Groves at Livingston, 6:30 pm West Columbia at Texas City, 5:00 pm 4A Center at San Augustine, 6:30 pm Coldspring-Oakhurst at Huntington, 4:30 pm Hardin-Jefferson at Woodville, 4:30 pm Jasper at Buna, 6:30 pm Silsbee at Hardin, 6:00 pm Splendora at New Waverly, 5:30 pm Tarkington at Porter, 4:30 pm West Orange-Stark at East Chambers, 5:30 pm 3A Beaumont Kelly Catholic at Orangefield, 4:30 pm Hempstead at Fayetteville, 5:00 pm Latexo at Onalaska, 5:00 pm Lovelady at Trinity, 6:00 pm 2A Colmesneil at Deweyville, 4:30 pm Goodrich at Burkeville, 4:30 pm Port Arthur Lighthouse at Sabine Pass, 5:30 pm Port Arthur Bob Hope at High Island, 5:30 pm Saturday, August 24, 2019 Tournament Anderson-Shiro Tournament (Anderson-Shiro, Livingston) Athens Tournament (Center, Corrigan-Camden) Centerville Tournament (Hempstead) Decatur Tournament (Huffman Hargrave) Hamshire-Fannett Rallyfest (Hamshire-Fannett) Kerrville Tivy Tournament (La Porte) Leander ISD Volleypalooza (Barbers Hill, Friendswood) Robinson Tournament (Diboll) Round Rock Volleypalooza (Santa Fe) Splendora Tournament (Splendora, Anahuac, Buna, Liberty, Lumberton, Tarkington) Tyler Tournament (Carthage, Nacogdoches Central Heights) Warren Tournament (Warren, Beaumont Kelly Catholic, Beaumont West Brook, Chester, Cleveland, Coldspring-Oakhurst, Colmesneil, Evadale, Goodrich, Hemphill, Jasper, Kirbyville, Kountze, Newton, Shepherd, Spurger, West Hardin)
  10. Well, folks. It appears that Devon got to the bottom of the problem. The third party ad company was the problem and we have switched to another company. I just checked my phone and laptop and I was pop up free. I hope all of you find the same results. But if you don't, let me know. Devon, thank you sir!
  11. Took my ad blocker off and this is what mine looks like on a HP Laptop using Firefox with the pop up blocker confirmed enabled. Same on my phone (an android) using Google Chrome.
  12. Guys, our web guy, Devon Mires, posted this link earlier to Apple users. It might be helpful, if you are one of those: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT203987
  13. Wow. Someone else who knows the difference between scrimmages and regular season!
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