The Ohio High School Athletic Association member schools have voted to pass 12 of the 14 proposed revisions to the OHSAA Constitution, according to a press release.
The Name, Image, and Likeness proposal was not passed. According to the press release, the proposal would have allowed student-athletes to sign endorsement agreements as long as their team, school, or OHSAA logo was not used.
Another proposed rule change that failed was an exception to the Enrollment and Attendance Bylaw, which would have allowed student-athletes at a member school that does not have a team sport to potentially play that sport at a public school for a bordering school district.
The main approved proposals involved eligibility, transfers, and awards…most notably restricting the amount of times a school can request to move athletic districts while removing the final decision making from the Board of Directors…according to the press release
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