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  • Video: Rock Hill community members speak about new high school sports transfer rule

    Rock Hill's three high schools put a new rule into place Jan. 1 that automatically makes student-athletes transferring within the district ineligible for school sports for a year, pending appeal to a five-member panel. Community members voiced their opinions on the new rule at the Rock Hill-Northwestern and Ridge View-South Pointe basketball games this week.

Video: Rock Hill community members speak about new high school sports transfer rule

Rock Hill's three high schools put a new rule into place Jan. 1 that automatically makes student-athletes transferring within the district ineligible for school sports for a year, pending appeal to a five-member panel. Community members voiced their opinions on the new rule at the Rock Hill-Northwestern and Ridge View-South Pointe basketball games this week.