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FHSAA: report on Armwood football still not complete
Posted May 1, 2012 by Bill Ward
Updated May 1, 2012 at 07:35 PM
As Armwood High begins its defense of the Class 6A state football title on Wednesday with the start of spring drills, Florida High School Athletics Association associate executive director Dr. Peggy Jones said the association has not completed its final report into its investigation into alleged residency violations involving Hawks players.
In an email to the Tampa Tribune, Jones did not offer a timetable for when Armwood should expect to be notified of the FHSAA’s findings of its five-month investigation. Last month, FHSAA executive director Roger Dearing told the Tampa Tribune from the initial reports he received from the investigator dealing with the case, there appeared to be “serious” violations regarding the residency eligibility of Hawks players.
Once notified, Armwood administrators have 10 business days to notify in writing the FHSAA if it intends to file an appeal of any findings in the report.