Grafton School Superintendent Jack Maus says a proposal is going
to be made to start a "super-regional" tournament in 2014-2015.
Maus says the Grafton School Board has approved the "super-regional"
concept. Maus says the "super-regional" would do away with the district
tournaments and let each team have two more games, one home, one away.
He says it's a big improvement. It'd be to get the 12 or 13 teams down to
eight and have a regional tournament instead of two district tournaments.
Maus tells KXPO a committee of District Three and District Four
representatives has been formed. That committee took a straw vote and
approved the super-regional.
So Maus says the intention is to draw up a super-regional proposal to
send to the North Dakota High School Activities Association. The super-regional
proposal would be for volleyball, and boys and girls basketball, starting in the
2014-2015 school year.