The superintendent of Lord Selkirk School Division has been elected as president of the Manitoba High Schools Athletic Association.
Scott Kwasnitza was recently elected at the association’s annual general meeting in Russell, Manitoba, made up of 122 coaches, physical educations and administrators from across the province.
Other items decided upon at the meeting included expanding the Provincial “A” Basketball Championship to ten from the current eight teams and expanding the current school co-op rules to allow a maximum of four schools to combine along with a student population of four hundred and twenty five, from the current three schools of three hundred and fifty.
The association has also made changes to the golf championships and allows a zone to add an individual male and female to the entries as well a team representative. The association will also be conducting research into eye injuries in badminton, and developing recommendations in regards to eye protection.