This is not in the purview of the official's. It is strictly within the domain of the school's administration to enforce and/or appeal, according to the rules of the VHSL/NFHS.If a player is ejected in 4th quarter is he banned for entire next game?
What does an appeal consist of?
Disappointed in officiating at the state semi in Richmond today.
It was far from low key. The coach called a timeout on the field just to plead his case. It was the worse call for ejection I've ever seen. The kid literally signaled 4th down with his fist after making a big stop on 3rd down. I'd equate it to a CB waving his arms back and forth after an incomplete pass or a lineman walking down the field signaling a touchdown after he just blocked his a-- off. Horrible, VHSL needs better than that.This is not in the purview of the official's. It is strictly within the domain of the school's administration to enforce and/or appeal, according to the rules of the VHSL/NFHS.
"shall be ineligible for the next (?) contests," (depending on why he was ejected). It clearly states that it is for "complete" contests.
Are you speaking of the HSHS player that was ejected? Why was he ejected? It was either kept very low key on the field, and little noticed, or blatant, because there has been very little outcry.
I had binoculars to see what he was doing but no sound of course. The coach on the side shouted to the field that, "he didnt even say anything". So maybe more information will come out. I can confirm after the tackle he went immediately to his sideline and wasn't in the face or standing over anyone from the opposition.This is a real shame. And we know for sure he wasn’t ejected for saying something?