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2/23/06

TAPPS 4A Girls Basketball Playoffs Resume

TAPPS Press Release:

In a telephone hearing on the afternoon of February 22, 2006, Judge Vicki Isaacks heard from the attorney representing TAPPS and the attorney representing the parents of the basketball players from Carrollton Christian. As a result of this hearing, Judge Isaacks dismissed the TRO order and restored the original decision by the TAPPS Executive Board on January 25, 2006. There will be no hearing on Friday, February 24, as a result of Wednesday's ruling. Any further action in this matter will be heard in Bell County, where the TAPPS State headquarters is located. The ruling of the TAPPS Board as previously stated: the four players are ineligible for further competition; the games in which they played are forfeited; any game won without the ineligible players count in the district standings and as a result Carrollton Christian will be placed on the bracket as the district runner-up. Canyon Creek Christian will be placed on the bracket as District Champion and Garland Christian will be in the third place slot. Schools are directed to play their bi-district games no later than February 28, 2006. TAPPS has secured McLennan Community College in Waco for the remainder of the play-offs. Regionals will be played at MCC on Thursday March 2nd; semi-finals at MCC on Friday, March 3rd and Finals at MCC on Saturday March 4, 2006. Please see the updated Girls 4A play-off bracket for game times.

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