Public-private split falls short
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The Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association rejected the proposal of splitting public and private schools on Thursday afternoon in Murfreesboro. The TSSAA committee voted 5-4 against the proposal that required all public high school sports to play Division I and private school sports to play Division II. The council will meet again in September to discuss other plans that were proposed. The changes would not take effect until the 2017 school year.