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The post game handshake and -- it's a tradition that goes back decades and many sports -- in Kentucky it's becoming a thing of the past.
On Tuesday that Kentucky high school athletic association said.
And in new rules directive that too many incidents have occurred and the last three years meaning it no longer supports post -- -- -- action.
I think it's very unfortunate that would come to this.
Brian Durbin -- the varsity coach for oldham county high school boys soccer he says and his ten years coaching he's never had a problem with violence after game.
A -- sportsmanship especially in school -- There's the most important thing you can teach.
Parents agree try to teach your kids sportsmanship.
I think high school sports.
Basically for that purpose.
Coach -- has come up with a plan to -- -- the new recommendation.
-- come at the -- we can.
Shake their hand after the game was still fully -- -- before the game.
So instead -- good game after the match than teens say good -- before war.
Good people feel.
But it seems sometimes the problem is and the players in the commissioner's directive says.
The adrenaline required -- participate in the sport sometimes seems to deplete the supply of judgment.
That's Durbin says on -- -- -- Example.
Coaches they have to do is they have to be the ones and so this gives -- -- sportsmanship.
If the decision is made to ignore that -- active in teams participate in some form of organized post game handshake coaches must report any incidents that occur.
That means coaches and administration will be held accountable as any fights break out.
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