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6 hours ago, tradertwo said:

Also, TSSAA rulebook says 20 mile radius. Maybe Lake Co. kids original home address was outside D'burg 20 mile radius, and they moved within it? Seems to me that something simpler(and easier to police) could be implemented...maybe they want a gray area so that they can decide on an individual basis and not be blatantly obvious.

 

6 hours ago, pioneer42 said:

I have seen many transfers transfer to different school zones within 12-15 miles. What is the 25 mile deal?? I remember a TCA student transferred to South Gibson and he had to sit out for whatever reason. Don’t think they moved either. It gets confusing for sure.

 

6 hours ago, mrbigster said:

He probably met the 2o mile criteria.From city limit to city limit shows 18 miles.Could have moved 3 miles different direction in Dyersburg.Doubt TSSAA looked at it realky.Just that a move was made and it's fine.Ijust don't like the rule about letting a kid go to another county.Some will say a child has the right to a certain school.Yes they do.But I think if it's not for sports and for academics like they say,sit out freshman year.

I spoke with the athletic director at the school in which I am employed today and I spoke with someone else on the board of control for the TSSAA. They confirmed that the 20 mile rule is not public to public. It applies when one of the schools involved does not have a set zone like a private or a charter school. So for example if a kid goes to North Side as a sophomore they can’t go and play at USJ as a junior and vice versa. If it is public to public the kid must move from zone to zone or sit out a year.  

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9 minutes ago, BIGPURPLEMACHINE said:

 

 

I spoke with the athletic director at the school in which I am employed today and I spoke with someone else on the board of control for the TSSAA. They confirmed that the 20 mile rule is not public to public. It applies when one of the schools involved does not have a set zone like a private or a charter school. So for example if a kid goes to North Side as a sophomore they can’t go and play at USJ as a junior and vice versa. If it is public to public the kid must move from zone to zone or sit out a year.  

Appreciate it. So basically impossible for a TCA athlete to go to USJ even with a move because of the mile radius??

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43 minutes ago, BIGPURPLEMACHINE said:

 

 

I spoke with the athletic director at the school in which I am employed today and I spoke with someone else on the board of control for the TSSAA. They confirmed that the 20 mile rule is not public to public. It applies when one of the schools involved does not have a set zone like a private or a charter school. So for example if a kid goes to North Side as a sophomore they can’t go and play at USJ as a junior and vice versa. If it is public to public the kid must move from zone to zone or sit out a year.  

Okay, so that's true. However, that's not the case with what's going on in Memphis between MAHS/MASE.

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7 hours ago, mrbigster said:

So in saying that.Cant wait to see Trenton vs Milan first week.Then 3rd week against the region champs..Stop Driggers is the key in my opinion.Think Trenton will try to run their backs maybe first couple downs.Then on 3rd down have Driggers go back to pass or run on 3rd down.Think it will be a pattern.Him try to scramble on 3rd down.If the Ends and corners not let him get outside and let him do what Corral ,of Ole Miss did to Tenn,I think Trenton suffers 2 losses..Even with all those beasts they say they have on the line.Two early losses..Firing shots .lol

Agree and y'all should 

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1 hour ago, BIGPURPLEMACHINE said:

Did Gibson Co scrimmage anyone last Friday?  If so how did it go. If not, when was their last scrimmage. 

Not that I know of. They scrimmaged Chester County last week and lost by a couple of scores I believe. Their new coach hadn’t been there too long. We will see how it goes. 

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13 minutes ago, pioneer42 said:

Not that I know of. They scrimmaged Chester County last week and lost by a couple of scores I believe. Their new coach hadn’t been there too long. We will see how it goes. 

Gotcha. Will be interesting to see how they matchup with Dburg this coming Friday. Are you coming to the Dburg jamboree??

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Just now, BIGPURPLEMACHINE said:

Gotcha. Will be interesting to see how they matchup with Dburg this coming Friday. Are you coming to the Dburg jamboree??

Dyersburg will be tough. Peabody may have trouble with them. Don’t know yet. I will definitely be at the Peabody Milan game for sure. 

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42 minutes ago, pioneer42 said:

Dyersburg will be tough. Peabody may have trouble with them. Don’t know yet. I will definitely be at the Peabody Milan game for sure. 

I'm not sure about Dyersburg yet.Think they lost a lot and are young.A coach scrimmaged against them and said they were pretty good but thought Hunt was the best team at that scrimmage.But still with their enrollment,should have lots of talent.

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