It was the only touchdown of his high school career.
Washington’s high school sports governing body, the WIAA, has had it with AAU-induced transfers and their impact on the state’s high school sports.
Basketball, especially in the Seattle area, is the biggest offender, but it doesn’t take much of an imagination to see the potential of outside 7-on-7 competition to disrupt high school football programs.
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Rules changes typically are proposed by members, and it’s rare when a change comes from the WIAA itself, but after consultation with associations in California, Michigan and Oregon, which already have rules attempting to deal with the problem, here’s what they’ve come up with: An athlete transferring into a school will have to sit out a year of competition in a sport if: A teammate on his “non-school sports team” (i.e., AAU basketball team or club soccer team or 7-on-7 team) also plays on the team at the new school.