(blackmediaSCOOP) Miami’s Krop High School Basketball team is very happy today. A South Florida judge has granted temporary injunction to allow a High school basketball team to play after a player’s immigration status becomes an issue.
Miami-Dade Circuit Court Judge Spencer Eig gave Michael M. Krop Sr. High’s basketball team a temporary injunction to allow the team compete in upcoming district championships.
The Florida High School Athletic Association ruled on Tuesday that the team must essentially forfeit its winning season after coaches failed to file required immigration paperwork for star player Bryan Delancy, a 19-year-old Bahamian national who’s here on a student visa.
The games are set to start tomorrow, and the team will be able to play all of the games. The FHSAA continues their investigation and they said they are allowed to go back and decide if that Delancy is ineligible.
SOURCE: CBS MIAMI