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contest. Such filing must be done online under the AD login section of the NSAA webpage.

  • 3.

    A participant or coach ejected from a contest for unsportsmanlike conduct shall be ineligible for the next athletic contest at that level of competition and any other athletic contest at any level during the interim.

  • 4.

    Enforcement of the “sit-out rule” is expected to begin immediately, regardless whether it is regular-season or tournament play.

  • 5.

    Any participant ejected a second time during a season from a contest for unsportsmanlike conduct shall be ineligible for the next two contests at that level of competition and all other athletic contests at any level during the interim, in addition to other penalties the NSAA or school may assess.

  • 6.

    Any participant ejected a third time during a season from a contest for unsportsmanlike conduct shall be ineligible for the next three contests at that level of competition and all other athletic contests at any level during the interim, in addition to other penalties the NSAA or school may assess.

  • 7.

    During the time of their “sit-out” suspension, athletes who are ejected for unsportsmanlike conduct may not suit up or participate, but it is the school’s discretion whether such athlete is able to travel with the team or sit on the team bench. (The athlete is permitted to practice per school’s discretion)

  • 8.

    Coaches who are ejected for the first time will be required to sit-out the next contest at that level, plus all other contests at other levels during the interim. Coaches may not coach in any contest or be present at the contest site during the time of their “sit- out” suspension. Coaches who are ejected will also be required to successfully complete the NFHS Sportsmanship online course “TEACHING AND MODELING BEHAVIOR” within 10 days of the ejection. Failure to successfully complete the course will result in a suspension from coaching for the remainder of the season. In those situations in which the ejection of the coach occurs near the end of the season or during the NSAA end-of-season play, the coach will be required to successfully complete the NFHS Sportsmanship online course before being able to coach the following season or year.

  • 9.

    Coaches who are ejected a second time in a season will be required to sit-out the next two contests at that level, plus all other contests at other levels during the interim. Coaches may not be present at the contest site during the time of their “sit- out” suspension. Any coach ejected a second time will also be required to successfully complete the NFHS online course “FUNDAMENTAL S OF COACHING” within 10 days of the ejection. Failure to successfully complete the course will result in a suspension from coaching for the remainder of the season. In those situations in which the ejection of the coach occurs near the end of the season or during the NSAA end-of-season play, the coach will be required to successfully complete the NFHS Fundamentals of Coaching online course before being able to coach the following season or year.

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