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Conflict of interest, public school, legal recourse

by Enough surfdom
(Crozet Virginia)

Is it legal for a coach of a public school lacrosse team to favor his son on a high school lacrosse team? This is what is currently happening on my son's team. The coaches son's are freshman, not that good, and is getting to play multiple positions-and pretty much the whole game. Upper class-men have been cut to allow for these players to get on the team, denying the cut players the opportunities to get scholarships to colleges. What is the legal recourse in Virginia?

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The best place for legal advice is an attorney. This site is about Lacrosse. I can certainly sympathize with your frustration it is a complaint I hear often, and is always a tough situation.

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