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Brad Ernst

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Now that school has started, we know who has enrolled and showed up in their prospective schools.  Some schools have new players because of coaching changes like Martinsville and Cayuga.  I saw on another thread where Simpson moved from Lovelady to Grapeland.  Is there any other players you know of that transferred to a new school that could make a difference to their new team this year?
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Simpson kid from Lovelady is Tre Shermans brother. All 3 siblings have hopped back and forth between Lovelady,Grapeland,and Crockett. This kind of stuff is getting out of control. I wish more schools would contest kids that change schools for athletic purposes.
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Dork Nowiski--2nd cousin of Dirk has enrolled in Saltillo. 6'8 average step-back move, good free throw shooter
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Simpson kid from Lovelady is Tre Shermans brother. All 3 siblings have hopped back and forth between Lovelady,Grapeland,and Crockett. This kind of stuff is getting out of control. I wish more schools would contest kids that change schools for athletic purposes.

This is Jacolby's first move. His father works at the Vulcraft plant in Grapeland and is also a preacher there. The family I believe has also moved to Grapeland, so nothing shady about this move.
The back and forth with Tre was a little ridiculous, and should have been nipped in the butt.
If there was a problem, I'm sure that Coach Therwhanger and Coach Lowery would have stopped that in a heartbeat. Most coaches hate seeing players jump to district rivals, and will contest that pretty easily.
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Heard Centrals point guard moved to Central Heights...
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