AHSAA Central Board Approves Assistance for Member School Damaged by Hurricane Michael
MONTGOMERY – The Alabama High School Athletic Association Central Board of Control unanimously approved Wednesday assistance for Cottonwood High School (CHS), which suffered significant damage during last week’s weather assault on the Wiregrass by Hurricane Michael. The action came during the Central Board’s quarterly meeting at the AHSAA Wednesday.
The Board also approved budgets for the upcoming 2018 Super 7 football championships at Auburn University Dec. 5-7 and the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Football Game scheduled for Cramton Bowl Dec. 17.
David Holtsford of the AHSAA gave the Central Board a preview of the re-designed AHSAA website and AHSAANOW that is planned to be unveiled Nov. 1, and Denise Ainsworth gave an analysis of the AHSAA’s various future media options.
In other Central Board action:
- Heard a report on Super 7 from Knight Eady Sports spokesman Michael McGreevey
- Approved the 2018 Summer Conference Profit-Loss Statements
- Approved clarification of Rule III, Section 15 (Coaching Outside the School Year)
- Approved pictures to be required on all AHSAA-issued cards beginning with the 2019-20 school year
- Heard an update on School Audits and School Catastrophic Insurance
- Received an update on a survey studying officials’ compensation
- Approved dates for future board meetings (Jan. 30, 2019, April 10, 2019 and July 24, 2019)