The NCHSAA Board of Directors concluded its spring meeting Wednesday in Chapel Hill.
The Raleigh News & Observer has a recap of everything that went down:
The ways in which coaches can work with players in the offseason is changing after the N.C. High School Athletic Association’s spring board of directors meeting Wednesday in Chapel Hill.
The board removed a restriction on the number of players allowed for a skill development session held during the school year – previously “one less than a full team,” which meant four in basketball or eight in baseball, etc.
Now all sports are unlimited – with the exception of football, which has a special 10-day skill development period at the end of each spring that already had no limitations – with regard to the number of athletes that can participate for 1 1/2 hours per day.
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