Dick Enright, football coach at Capistrano Valley High School in Mission Viejo, has been suspended for the remainder of the season and the entire 1988 season on the recommendation of the Southern Section's Executive Committee. The Cougars also forfeited their 22-21 win over El Toro two weeks ago.
The committee ruled that Capistrano Valley, The Times' No. 3 team in the Southern Section, violated the California Interscholastic Federation code of ethics and the scouting prohibitions of the federation's bylaws in preparing for its South Coast League game against El Toro on Oct. 30.
Enright told the committee that an acquaintance, Mark Donohoo, a former El Toro football player, videotaped an El Toro practice and screened the 10-minute tape on Enright's home television on Tuesday before the game.
This violated rule 522, which reads: "Motion pictures, video reproduction and/or any other type of reproduction such as still pictures shall not be taken for scouting purposes in any sport by a representative, official or unofficial, of a Southern Section school in which his/her team member is not a participant, without written consent of the participating schools."