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Old Tue May 01, 2018, 07:47pm
Little Jimmy Little Jimmy is offline
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Multiple Sports has a couple of decent points. We happen to work the same high school circuit and I do know that the head of county athletics doesnít want unqualified parents being involved with the in game coaching (unless they are part of the staff). Point is how do I know if theyíve taken the required class? And I canít see a rule that disqualifies a parent from warming up their daughter, even if there is a possible injury risk. We live in a crazy litigious society, and Iíd prefer not to be the first test case when unqualified Mom A hits bystander player B in the head with a throwback.

More specifically, is there any particular rule in any other high school sport that would prevent a non coach from performing the warm up drills that Multiple mentioned in his original post? I only work softball so Iím not familiar with the other rulebooks.
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