NewsOK.com is reporting that the look of high school athletics could change significantly for large schools in Oklahoma if a bill introduced in the state senate makes it all the way to Governor Fallin’s desk.  The bill would require the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association would be required to adopt a policy placing any district with more than 2,250 students and just one high school into its own classification.  Schools that would be impacted include Broken Arrow, Jenks, Mustang, Owasso, Tulsa Union and Yukon.

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