The NJSIAA hearing on recruiting allegations made by Don Bosco against St. Joseph Regional has been postponed. No make-up date has been announced. The hearing was scheduled for Thursday morning at New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association headquarters in Robbinsville. Attempts to reach Patrick Jennings, the lawyer for St. Joe’s, in the case were not immediately successful. An nj.com report said that Jennings will be out of the country, hence the reason for the delay.
ROBBINSVILLE – The T-shirts sold at the Pope John-Paramus Catholic football game that read “Learning vs. Livin’” have drawn the attention of the NJSIAA. The New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association held its monthly Executive Committee meeting and discussed a wide array of topics, including a big change to the outdoor track Meet of Champions, new initiatives regarding foreign students participating in athletics, and offseason limits on high school coaches.
ROBBINSVILLE - The NJSIAA Executive Committee had a quick 53-minute meeting Wednesday, where it expressed interest in speeding up the outdoor track State Meet of Champions. Citing the length of the meet (over seven hours each of the last two years) and the disparity between some of the contestants, NJSIAA Assistant Director Bill Bruno presented a new qualifying system for the State Meet of Champions for the Executive Committee to consider.
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