For the next two years, Texas banned high school teams from participating in state championship

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San Marcos High School (Texas) is banned from competing in the playoffs for the next two years,

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According to John Walsh, the school's sports director and football coach, the district will appeal the DEC's decision to the University Interscholastic League.

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Coach John Walsh, the district will appeal the DEC's judgment to the University Interscholastic League. Walsh says he believes in the appeals process.

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This playoff restriction is simply one of several potential consequences.

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The District Executive Committee also recommends that the ineligible student-athletes be banned from participating in sports for two years.

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He claims that none of the allegedly ineligible players were recruited by the school.

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They recommended that in the 2022-2023 seasons multiple student-athletes be ruled ineligible 

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Or ban the ineligible student-athletes for two years due to allegations of recruiting

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If the ban is confirmed, it will go into force this season, which means that no matter how many teams are enrolled, they will not be able to participate in the OIL State Championships.

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San Marcos starts the 2022 season at home against Hutto tonight (Texas).

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