FEBRUARY 15, 2010
District 9 Committee held the February 15, 2010 meeting at Aiello’s Café in
A motion was made by Roger Collins and seconded by Tom Wagner to accept the minutes of the November 2009 meeting. The motion carried.
A motion was made by Bob Wicker and seconded by Ed Babcock to accept the treasurer’s reports. The motion carried.
Accounts payable were reviewed.
A report on fall and winter merchandise sales was given by Jerry Linsenbigler.
Mr. Brad Cashman and a representative of the PIAA auditing firm visited District 9 to review the financial records and the accounting procedures used by the District 9 Committee. Three suggestions were made as a result of the district audit. Most of the suggestions have been implemented.
A motion was made by Tom Wagner and seconded by Jerry Linsenbigler to grant the Keystone Shortway Athletic Conference and the Allegany Mountain League the right to play championship basketball games. These games are in excess to the regularly scheduled 22 games. The motion passed.
Letters were received from various District 9 schools to upgrade their classifications in tennis. Thus, District 9 will retain the District 9 championship tournaments.
A letter was received form
were received from
was received from
was received from A C Valley High School concerning the desire of
A motion was made by Ed Babcock and seconded by Kevin Doverspike to permit a cooperative sports agreement between Venango Catholic High School and Oil City Area High School in football pending the completion of the proper paperwork. The motion carried.
was received form
violations from occurring in the future.
A motion was made by Roger Collins and seconded by Jeff Kepler to accept
the explanation from
The motion passed.
The chairman’s update of the January Board of Directors’ Meeting has been e-mailed to all District 9 schools.
School districts are permitted to use the Intermediate Units to obtain officials’ clearances.
was made by Tom Wagner and seconded by Roger Collins to deny the transfer of a
was made by Ed Babcock and seconded by Carla Smith to grant athletic eligibility
A motion was made by Tom Wagner and seconded by Randy Cathcart for the District 9 Committee to pay the rental fees for three schools that moved soccer matches to playable sites. The motion carried.
Guidelines for running for a position on the District 9 Committee are found in the District 9 Handbook.
There are a number of sponsors who have contributed to the basketball program.
The audit committee will meet prior to the next District 9 meeting.
SPORTS SPECIFIC COMMITTEES:
Representatives for the Keystone Shortway Athletic Conference will attend the next meeting to discuss the format for the District 9 Golf Tournament.
The football committee will meet following the adjournment of today’s meeting.
The committee will begin looking at the format for the 2010-2011 and 2011-2012 district football tournament.
BASKETBALL AND WRESTLING:
Information for the district tournaments has been sent to member schools.
Districts 6/9 Swimming and Diving Championships will be on March 5th
and 6th at
TRACK AND FIELD:
The qualifying standards for the District 9 “AA” Meet will be e-mailed to coaches within the next three weeks.
The next District 9 Committee Meeting will be on Thurday, April 22, 2010 at Aiello' Cafe, starting time TBA.
A motion was made by Ed Babcock and seconded by Tony Flint to adjourn. The motion carried. The meeting adjourned at 1:30 PM.
Robert J. Tonkin,
District 9 Secretary