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Ark. mother sues district, state for Constitutional violation after son cut from varsity team

An Arkansas mother has sued her son's high school for cutting her son from the school's varsity basketball team, claiming that he was deprived the right of a full education because he was not allowed to take part in school athletics.

The Mamuelle boys basketball team — iHigh

As reported by Arkansas Matters and USA Today, among other sources, the mother of a Maumelle (Ark.) High freshman, a woman named Teresa Bloodman, filed suit against the school, district and state after her son was replaced on the school's basketball team following a third set of tryouts for the team that re-incorporated members of the school's football team.

Bloodman's son, who is a minor and was not named in the suit, [url=http://www.usatoday.com/sports/preps/basketball/story/2012-05-04/Mom-son-basketball-roster-lawsuit/54751654/1]spent two months as


Added: May-9-2012 Occurred On: May-9-2012
By: barogers619
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Tags: Rights, entitlement, sports, varsity
Location: Arkansas, United States (load item map)
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