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Sounds like they may be done via this tweet from Nicholas Dettman of the West Bend Daily News:

https://twitter.com/Dettmann_WBDN/status/429069609665183744

Stay tuned, I guess...

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db11
traviswilson wrote:
traviswilson wrote:
db11 wrote:
Sounds like they may be done via this tweet from Nicholas Dettman of the West Bend Daily News:

https://twitter.com/Dettmann_WBDN/status/429069609665183744

Stay tuned, I guess...


Obviously they're not eligible to compete right now. Tweet doesn't give any indication of how long suspension is. Reading Germantown handbook, it clearly states first offense punishment is 1/4 season, which puts players back for final regular season game. The only thing that could come into play is:

"E. Multiple Violations: One incident may include more than one violation."

If the incident is somehow deemed to be multiple violations, then they would fall under (at least) the second offense, which is suspension for half the season, which would put them out for all of basketball including playoffs.

Not really sure what else could be "Breaking" as it relates to handbook.

So this is the "Breaking" news from the Germantown story? http://www.germantownnow.com/sports/242872951.html

IDK, what's the West Bend Daily News story? I'm guessing the same thing.
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traviswilson
db11 wrote:
Sounds like they may be done via this tweet from Nicholas Dettman of the West Bend Daily News:

https://twitter.com/Dettmann_WBDN/status/429069609665183744

Stay tuned, I guess...


Obviously they're not eligible to compete right now. Tweet doesn't give any indication of how long suspension is. Reading Germantown handbook, it clearly states first offense punishment is 1/4 season, which puts players back for final regular season game. The only thing that could come into play is:

"E. Multiple Violations: One incident may include more than one violation."

If the incident is somehow deemed to be multiple violations, then they would fall under (at least) the second offense, which is suspension for half the season, which would put them out for all of basketball including playoffs.

Not really sure what else could be "Breaking" as it relates to handbook.
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traviswilson
db11 wrote:
traviswilson wrote:
traviswilson wrote:
db11 wrote:
Sounds like they may be done via this tweet from Nicholas Dettman of the West Bend Daily News:

https://twitter.com/Dettmann_WBDN/status/429069609665183744

Stay tuned, I guess...


Obviously they're not eligible to compete right now. Tweet doesn't give any indication of how long suspension is. Reading Germantown handbook, it clearly states first offense punishment is 1/4 season, which puts players back for final regular season game. The only thing that could come into play is:

"E. Multiple Violations: One incident may include more than one violation."

If the incident is somehow deemed to be multiple violations, then they would fall under (at least) the second offense, which is suspension for half the season, which would put them out for all of basketball including playoffs.

Not really sure what else could be "Breaking" as it relates to handbook.

So this is the "Breaking" news from the Germantown story? http://www.germantownnow.com/sports/242872951.html


IDK, what's the West Bend Daily News story? I'm guessing the same thing.
I'm guessing same thing, but since they don't publish anything but AP content online, hard to tell.
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2miler
sp0rtsfan wrote:
traviswilson wrote:
traviswilson wrote:
db11 wrote:
Sounds like they may be done via this tweet from Nicholas Dettman of the West Bend Daily News:

https://twitter.com/Dettmann_WBDN/status/429069609665183744

Stay tuned, I guess...


Obviously they're not eligible to compete right now. Tweet doesn't give any indication of how long suspension is. Reading Germantown handbook, it clearly states first offense punishment is 1/4 season, which puts players back for final regular season game. The only thing that could come into play is:

"E. Multiple Violations: One incident may include more than one violation."

If the incident is somehow deemed to be multiple violations, then they would fall under (at least) the second offense, which is suspension for half the season, which would put them out for all of basketball including playoffs.

Not really sure what else could be "Breaking" as it relates to handbook.

So this is the "Breaking" news from the Germantown story? http://www.germantownnow.com/sports/242872951.html


News sensationalism to generate page views, nothing more.


Your usual chirping to attract attention, nothing more.
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hsbballfan
2miler wrote:
sp0rtsfan wrote:
traviswilson wrote:
traviswilson wrote:
db11 wrote:
Sounds like they may be done via this tweet from Nicholas Dettman of the West Bend Daily News:

https://twitter.com/Dettmann_WBDN/status/429069609665183744

Stay tuned, I guess...


Obviously they're not eligible to compete right now. Tweet doesn't give any indication of how long suspension is. Reading Germantown handbook, it clearly states first offense punishment is 1/4 season, which puts players back for final regular season game. The only thing that could come into play is:

"E. Multiple Violations: One incident may include more than one violation."

If the incident is somehow deemed to be multiple violations, then they would fall under (at least) the second offense, which is suspension for half the season, which would put them out for all of basketball including playoffs.

Not really sure what else could be "Breaking" as it relates to handbook.

So this is the "Breaking" news from the Germantown story? http://www.germantownnow.com/sports/242872951.html


News sensationalism to generate page views, nothing more.



Who cares anymore. These are four young men who made a mistake, all first offense I believe. They will do their punishment (5-6) games and will be back to try to make another push for a state title. May have trouble with Wisc. Luthern, and they will probably be back for Homestead on the last game of the year. Overall picture for this years team is that it just may help them because there are 3-4 young men who are getting a lot more playing time and experience than they would of before all this happened. My main worry is for Hudson, as he may end up in quite a bit of trouble for this and he is a very nice young man. Hopefully they will all learn and grow from this situation

Your usual chirping to attract attention, nothing more.
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hsbballfan
traviswilson wrote:
db11 wrote:
Sounds like they may be done via this tweet from Nicholas Dettman of the West Bend Daily News:

https://twitter.com/Dettmann_WBDN/status/429069609665183744

Stay tuned, I guess...


Obviously they're not eligible to compete right now. Tweet doesn't give any indication of how long suspension is. Reading Germantown handbook, it clearly states first offense punishment is 1/4 season, which puts players back for final regular season game. The only thing that could come into play is:

"E. Multiple Violations: One incident may include more than one violation."

If the incident is somehow deemed to be multiple violations, then they would fall under (at least) the second offense, which is suspension for half the season, which would put them out for all of basketball including playoffs.

Not really sure what else could be "Breaking" as it relates to handbook.



From everthing I have heard from being at the games, is that three of them are receiving 5 games suspensions and no word on the fourth. Why are we still talking about this and not a thing said about the kid from Mukwanago ?
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db11
hsbballfan wrote:
traviswilson wrote:
db11 wrote:
Sounds like they may be done via this tweet from Nicholas Dettman of the West Bend Daily News:

https://twitter.com/Dettmann_WBDN/status/429069609665183744

Stay tuned, I guess...


Obviously they're not eligible to compete right now. Tweet doesn't give any indication of how long suspension is. Reading Germantown handbook, it clearly states first offense punishment is 1/4 season, which puts players back for final regular season game. The only thing that could come into play is:

"E. Multiple Violations: One incident may include more than one violation."

If the incident is somehow deemed to be multiple violations, then they would fall under (at least) the second offense, which is suspension for half the season, which would put them out for all of basketball including playoffs.

Not really sure what else could be "Breaking" as it relates to handbook.



From everthing I have heard from being at the games, is that three of them are receiving 5 games suspensions and no word on the fourth. Why are we still talking about this and not a thing said about the kid from Mukwanago ?


Because this is out there in the media and known by the greater public.

The aspect of the Mukwonago kid's story that you are referring to remains unconfirmed and per WSN guidelines is treated as rumor and therefore will not be discussed unless substantiated.
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