LHSAA members reject proposal, keeping select and nonselect in prep sports
According to The Advocate, two proposals were rejected on the last day of the LHSAA's annual convention, which would have brought the LHSAA's select and nonselect schools together.
The LHSAA proposal failed 230-105 and would have needed a 1.5 multiplier.
The catalyst of this proposal was North Vermilion's Tommy Byler, in which the vote passed 179-165 but did not meet the two-thirds vote required to make a constitutional change.
His proposal would have brought the number football of classes to six and cut down the number of championship games from nine to six. It also would have cut down championship games from 12 to eight in all other sports.