hit the lights wrote:I guess Garcia isnt 6'3, like JT and Bru are not hold backs.
I don't recall anyone ever saying those athletes weren't holdbacks. What they weren't
is two-time or three-time holdbacks like some uninformed posters here have insisted.
hit the lights wrote:He does live down the street in , whittier. It would not require a resident change , as a freshman , you can go anywhere. If he decided to leave as a sophomore, then a change would be needed.
I think we're mixing semantics here. Yes, as far as the CIF-SS
is concerned, for athletic eligibility purposes, the young man can enroll in any high school in the Southern Section as a freshman. He can live in Paso Robles or El Centro and enroll in La Habra and still be immediately eligible for athletics. However, as far as La Habra High School
and the Fullerton Joint Unified High School District
are concerned, he must live in the school's enrollment area and/or the district boundaries respectively in order to enroll in and attend the school. And he doesn't. The fact that his family lives "down the street" (if six miles away qualifies as down the street) is irrelevant.
If La Habra, like some other top public programs, ignores their own residence requirements while also complaining about private schools' lack of enrollment boundaries, then shame on them.