The judge, Michael Krumholtz, spent a ton of time reviewing video, that DPS wouldn’t make public.
In the end, he said this:
The fate of the Dunbar Varsity Boys’ Basketball team in this year’s OHSAA state tournament should be decided on the court and not in the courthouse.Accordingly, the Court hereby GRANTS Plaintiff’s Motion for Preliminary Injunction.The Ohio High School Athletic Association (“OHSAA”) is enjoined and precluded from enforcing its February 28, 2018 Decision, which held that the Dunbar High School Boys’ Varsity Basketball team had forfeited its participation in the ongoing OHSAA state basketball tournament. Further, the Dunbar High School Boys’ Varsity Bas ketball team is entitled to participate, and shall be permitted to participate, in the 2018 OHSAA state boys’ basketball tournament beginning with tomorrow’s game against Bishop Fenwick.
10:24 pm I though I should include the original filing by the district. The cost of this action, and number of hours the district is paying Brian Wildermuth far exceeds the $2500 fine. Where was the legal action when kids all over the city were impacted by the Belmont/Dunbar fiasco when the OHSAA decided to force students to play sports at the closest High School to their home?