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October 1, 2013

Okla. Supreme Court: Ruling on Sequoyah 'arbitrary and capricious'

bjohnson@tahlequahdailypress.com

Brayden Scott would like to go back in time, but he knows he can't.

Scott came to that conclusion on Tuesday after the Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled on Sequoyah's nearly year-long dispute with the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association. The state's high court ruled that the OSSAA ruled in a "arbitrary and capricious manner" by ruling that Sequoyah players violated Rule 9 of the organization's policies.

"Wish they could have done this like a year ago," Scott told the Tahlequah Daily Press on Tuesday night.

For more, see Wednesday's Tahlequah Daily Press.

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