Wednesday, 23 January 2013 23:11

Changes Pushing Forward to High School Football

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Augusta - Proposed changes to Maine's high school football landscape took another step forward today, albeit with some small changes.  Most notable is the change of enrollment between Classes C and D from 460 to 450 which forces Foxcroft Academy to become a C school rather than go to D.  That means many of their rivals will now play in a different class. 
Committee members say the always changing high school football landscape is tough to level out, but they think this proposal does a fair job of it.  With today's decisions the proposal will now go to another vote on March 14th.  If approved there, the entire Principals Association would take a final vote on the proposal at the end of March.
Aaron Jackson

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Aaron began his career at WVII in March of 2008. He attended Old Town High School, where he graduated in 2004. From there he moved on to the New England School of Communications, majoring in Sp...

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