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128 NCHSAA schools were ejection free for 2012-13

Posted Tuesday, September 10, 2013

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Chapel Hill, NC - The North Carolina High School Athletic Association announced that 128 member schools in the NCHSAA were ejection free in their athletic contests during the 2012-13 school year.

The schools will be recognized at the Association’s upcoming regional meetings scheduled across the state. The 128 schools represent 32.3 percent of the NCHSAA's member schools, based on the 396 member schools last year.

Two schools, A.L. Brown in Kannapolis and Winston-Salem Prep, successfully completed their fifth consecutive ejection free years, one of the milestones that the NCHSAA tracks.

The guidelines record ejections for unsportsman like acts such as fighting, taunting, profanity, obscene gestures or disrespectfully addressing or contacting officials.

The 2006-07 academic year was the best since the NCHSAA started tracking ejections in 1997, with 202 schools earning ejection free status, which represented 54.8 percent of the member schools in that year. There were 113 ejection free schools in 2010-11, or 29 percent of the membership, and there were 127 ejection free schools during the 2011-12 academic year.

"We are proud that 128 schools were ejection free last year," said NCHSAA commissioner Davis Whitfield, "but we have to continue to make sportsmanship a priority and not lose focus until all member schools are ejection free."

All schools with no ejections for the year will receive a certificate of recognition at the NCHSAA regional meetings across the state. North Carolina Farm Bureau sponsors this as part of its initiative with the NCHSAA.

2012-2013 Ejection-Free Award Recipients

Region 1
Ayden-Grifton
Creswell
First Flight
Hertford County
Holmes, John A.
Ocracoke
Riverside-Martin
South Central
Southside
Washington

Region 2
Croatan
Eastern Wayne
Goldsboro
Jacksonville
Jones Senior
Kinston
Lakewood
Lejeune
New Bern
North Duplin
Pamlico County
Richlands

Region 3
Carrboro
Cary
East Wake Academy
Eastern NC School for the Deaf
Fike, Ralph L.
Franklin Academy
Fuquay-Varina
Garner
Granville Central
Green Hope
Holly Springs
Middle Creek
Nash Central
Neuse Charter
North Carolina School of Science & Math
North Edgecombe
Northampton County
Northwest Halifax
Princeton
Raleigh Charter
Rocky Mount Preparatory
Sanderson
South Johnston
Southwest Edgecombe
Tarboro
Weldon
West Johnston

Region 4
Cape Fear Senior
East Columbus
North Moore
Pinecrest
Seventy-First
South Robeson
Southern Lee
West Montgomery
Western Harnett
Westover

Region 5
Atkins
Bishop McGuinness
Carver
Chatham Central
Cummings
Dudley, James B.
East Davidson
Glenn, Robert B.
Jordan-Matthews
Ledford Senior
Lexington Senior
McMichael
Northeast Guilford
Northwest Guilford
Ragsdale
Randleman
Reidsville
Rockingham County
South Davidson
Southern Guilford
Southwest Guilford
Walkertown
Western Alamance
Winston-Salem Preparatory

Region 6
Berry Academy, Phillip O.
Brown, A.L.
East Gaston
Garinger
Highland School of Tech
Hough
Jesse Carson
Lincoln Charter
Marvin Ridge
North Gaston
North Lincoln
North Mecklenburg
Olympic
Parkwood
Providence
Queens Grant
Salisbury
Shelby
Sun Valley
Vance, Zebulon
West Charlotte
West Mecklenburg
West Rowan

Region 7
Christ the King
Davie
Hickory
Maiden
NC School for the Deaf
North Surry
Pine Lake Preparatory
South Iredell
St. Stephens

Region 8
Andrews
Asheville
Avery
Blue Ridge
Franklin
McDowell
Mitchell
Mountain Heritage
Nantahala
North Buncombe
North Henderson
Polk County
Rosman

 
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