Two boys playing on a girls’ volleyball team at a New York high school could see their playing time spiked when league officials consider modifying a rule that allows them to play with the fairer sex.Nobody thought this through in advance?
Seniors Andrew Lafortezza and Jason Elbaum both played for the co-ed volleyball club last season at Horace Greeley High School in Chappaqua. But due to budgetary constraints, the Quakers were unable to field a boys’ team this year, prompting the teens to seek a spot on the girls’ squad, which they earned after receiving approval from league officials in August.
But New York State Public High School Athletic Association Executive Director Robert Zayas told FoxNews.com that the issue will reconsidered by an ad hoc committee in early December.
“I’m very concerned with the fact that we have two boys playing on a girls’ team,” Zayas said. “I’m concerned there’s a significant adverse effect on other teams.”
Friday, September 27, 2013
These Are The Types Of Battles You Have To Fight When Silly Decisions Just Domino
I wonder how we'd deal with this in California, under our new laws: