November 15, 1991 |
A meeting between officials from the Southern Section and Montclair Prep ended in a stalemate Thursday when the two sides were unable to reach agreement concerning Montclair Prep's bid for a reduction in penalties levied against its athletics program. Officials from both parties are scheduled to meet Monday to discuss section sanctions against Montclair Prep in connection with recent violations in the Mounties' football program.
February 15, 1991 |
Montclair Prep Principal V. E. Simpson attacked the Southern Section on Thursday, saying his school is a victim of harassment after Commissioner Stan Thomas postponed a hearing on allegations against Montclair Prep's football program. The hearing, scheduled for Thursday and today, was postponed for the second time in a month. Originally, the hearing was scheduled for Jan. 14-15, four months after the Southern Section announced its plans for an investigation.
April 6, 1991 |
The Southern Section has established the dates and site to hear the case against Montclair Prep, which has been investigated on charges of grade tampering and nonpayment of tuition by athletes in its football program. The hearing, which will take place April 23-24 at Valley Christian High in Cerritos, will come nearly seven months after the Southern Section announced its investigation and amounts to a three-month postponement of the original hearing. Previously, the Southern Section had set Jan.
November 9, 1985 |
The last of several Montclair Prep football players whose athletic eligibility had been questioned has been cleared following an investigation by the CIF Southern Section, the school's principal and a Southern Section official said Friday. Bill Huston, a transfer from Chatsworth, was given approval to continue playing football, Montclair Principal V.E. Simpson said. The eligibility of seven or eight other players had been approved three weeks ago.
November 27, 1991 |
Alpha League officials voted unanimously this week to accept the "voluntary withdrawal" of Montclair Prep from the league, but Montclair Prep Principal V.E. Simpson says he wants his school to stay put. Simpson learned of the league's vote Tuesday but said that Montclair Prep was neither represented at Monday's league meeting at Maranatha High nor was it invited. "This is the first I've heard of it," Simpson said. "We were never notified of any meeting. We want to stay in the league."
April 23, 1991 |
A Southern Section hearing on charges against Montclair Prep has been postponed for a third time, this time after the school requested a prehearing meeting for lawyers on both sides to discuss the allegations. No date has been set for the hearing, which was scheduled for today and Wednesday at Valley Christian High in Cerritos. Previously, the hearing before the section's executive committee was postponed twice at the Southern Section's request.