LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - A high school has been placed on probation following athletic violations.
The Kentucky High School Athletic Association said Holy Cross High School committed violations including the use of middle school players at a non-feeder school in athletic competitions. The school also self imposed penalties by suspending football coaches restricting athletic attendance and calling for more policy training.
The KHSAA placed the team on probation through the 2013 football season, charged them a fine and required coaches to review the bylaws they broke.
The controversy is a product of the on-going debate between private and public school football recruiting.