|Posted on 7/25/2016 6:04:00 PM.|
After a nearly 4-hour meeting, the LHSAA Executive Committee decided Eddie Bonine will remain the executive director of the organization. Bonine referred to the LHSAA as a “proverbial dumpster fire” in a report to the NFHS, which led to the special meeting that went into executive session. LHSAA President Vic Bonnaffee couldn’t elaborate what went into the decision to keep Bonine.
|Eddie Bonine, LHSAA, NFHS, Vic Bonnaffee|
|Posted on 7/25/2016 3:19:00 AM.|
The LHSAA Executive Committee has a special meeting this afternoon where the only item on the agenda is to discuss the comments made by executive director Eddie Bonine that referred to the LHSAA as a “proverbial dumpster fire.” Executive committee member and Doyle High School Principal Tommy Hodges says they'll discuss the controversial statement by Bonine in a report submitted to the NFHS.
|LHSAA, Eddie Bonine, Tommy Hodges|
|Posted on 7/20/2016 6:43:00 PM.|
Rumors are swirling the LHSAA executive committee is seeking to buyout or terminate the contract of executive director Eddie Bonine. LHSAA President Vic Bonnaffee says Bonine received a positive evaluation a couple of months ago from the executive committee.
|LHSAA, dumpster fire, Eddie Bonine, Vic Bonnaffee, NFHS, special meeting|
|Posted on 6/8/2016 6:39:00 PM.|
Playoff teams with poor records and another association forming are potential results of the LHSAA principals vote that keeps in place the expanded public-private school split that was first approved in January.
|LHSAA. playoff split, JT Curtis, Eddie Bonine, |
|Posted on 1/29/2016 2:02:00 PM.|
High school principals have voted for select and non-select playoffs in basketball, baseball and softball, just like what’s already in place for football. The vote occurred on the final day of the LHSAA convention. Many Principal Norman Booker says the split needed to be expanded, because private schools have an advantage in how they can enroll their students.
|LHSAA, split playoffs, Eddie Bonine, Roy McCoy, Norman Booker|
|Posted on 12/4/2015 3:10:00 AM.|
Today, a state judge will hear the lawsuit seeking to reverse the Louisiana High School Athletic Association's decision to remove the Amite football team from the Class 3A playoffs following a bench clearing brawl in their quarterfinal win over Bogalusa. LHSAA Executive Director Eddie Bonine says sportsmanship rules clearly state that players who leave the bench area during a fight are automatically suspended for the next game.
|LHSAA, Amite, football, fight, suspension, Eddie Bonine|
|Posted on 7/16/2015 5:08:00 PM.|
The Louisiana High School Athletic Association announces it has finalized a four-year agreement with the officials association, which means high school sporting events will go on as scheduled this fall. LHSAA Executive Director Eddie Bonine says this is an agreement that needed to be done and he's happy they were able to take the final step.
|LHSAA, LHSOA, referees, sports, Louisiana, Eddie Bonine|
|Posted on 6/23/2015 7:31:00 PM.|
There's a break down in talks between the Louisiana High School Athletic Association and referees over how much they should be paid. The Louisiana High School Officials Association wants a raise prior to start of the 2015 school year, but L-H-S-A-A director Eddie Bonine says an increase in pay can't take effect, until it's voted on by school principals in January.
|LHSAA, Eddie Bonine, pay dispute, referees|
|Posted on 1/30/2015 1:10:00 PM.|
High school principals vote to keep the current split between public and private schools that exists with the football playoffs and allow the new executive director of the LHSAA, Eddie Bonine, develop solutions that could possibly bring the classes back together. Bonine says his first step will be to organize a committee to examine the issues that caused the split.
|LHSAA, split playoffs, Norman Booker, Eddie Bonine|
|Posted on 1/28/2015 3:25:00 AM.|
The Louisiana High School Athletic Association's annual convention begins today and the main agenda item is the current split of the football playoffs. There is a proposal to expand the postseason split of public and private schools to other sports.More
|Eddie Bonine, LHSAA, split playoffs|