Father Files Lawsuit Over KHSAA's COVID-19 Policy

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The father of a high school baseball player has filed a lawsuit against the Kentucky High School Athletic Association over its COVID-19 return-to-play policy.

The KHSAA mandates that student-athletes who test positive must be removed from competition for 21 days, but Jon Kelly Johnson of Mount Sterling argues that such a long waiting period potentially does more harm than good.

As reported by ABC affiliate WHAS in Louisville, the lawsuit argues that after the cancellation of the past season, the KHSAA policy could further negatively impact the scholarship hopes of his 16-year-old son, Davis, a member of the Montgomery County High School baseball team. 

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