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A Look At How The Leagues Will Vote

May 06, 1987

REPRESENTATIVES OF the 62 leagues in the Southern Section will vote Thursday on whether to repeal three rules regarding outside competition by athletes.

Item 1: Rule 2712 of the California Interscholastic Federation Southern Section Constitution reads: "A member of a high school soccer team may not, during his or her season of sport, compete for an outside team in the sport of soccer."

Item 2: Rule 2712.1 allows no more than five players from a Southern Section school to participate at one time on a club team.

Item 3: A combination of rules 1814.1 (basketball), 1914.1 (softball), 2012.1 (water polo), 2213.1 (volleyball) and 2413.1 (baseball), limits the number of players from a Southern Section member school who can participate at one time on a club team. Currently, basketball is allowed two players, softball four, water polo three, volleyball four and baseball four.

League representatives said they will vote the same way on all three items. A majority vote will carry the items.

Here's how they are expected to vote:

League Vote Academy No Alpha Undecided Angelus Yes Baseline Yes Bay Yes Camino Real Undecided Century Undecided Channel No Christian No Citrus Belt Undecided Collegiate No De Anza Undecided Delphic No Desert Inyo Undecided Desert Valleys Yes Empire Yes Express No Foothill No Freeway Undecided Frontier Undecided Garden Grove Yes Golden No Hacienda No Heritage Yes Hi-Lo Yes Horizon No Ivy Yes Liberty No Los Padres No Marmonte Yes Mission Valley No Montview No Moore Undecided Northern No Ocean Yes Olympic Yes Orange No Pacific Yes Pacific Coast No Pioneer Yes Prep Yes Rio Hondo No San Andreas Yes SF Valley No Vote San Gabriel Valley No Santa Fe No Response Sea View Abstaining Sierra No South Coast Undecided Suburban No Sunkist No Sunrise No Sunset No Sunshine No Tri-County Yes Tri-Valley Yes Valle Vista No Response Victory Yes Westside No Whitmont Undecided All Girls Yes Jr. High No response

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