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Cullman and St. Bernard were the only high schools from The Times' coverage area to go fine- and ejection-free for the 2018-19 school year, according to annual data released by the Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA) this week.

Eight local high schools combined to pay out $2,400 for 15 total infractions — up from $1,750 and 10 total infractions in 2017-18 — with penalties stemming from ejections, audit fines, head coaches not attending rules clinics and a student eligibility rule violation.

Addison ($550) had the highest bill, while Good Hope and West Point ($100) shared the lowest.

Cullman and St. Bernard will be recognized, along with the state's other spotless high schools, at the AHSAA Summer Conference Sportsmanship Luncheon on July 19 in Montgomery.

See below for a breakdown of each local school's fines and ejections: 


Addison

  • Football, Player’s Ejection, $100
  • Football, Player’s Ejection, $100
  • Basketball, Player’s Ejection, $100
  • Audit Fine, $250

Cold Springs

  • Track, Student Eligibility Rule, $300

Fairview

  • Softball, Head Coach Not Attending Rules Clinic, $300

Good Hope

  • Football, Player’s Ejection, $100

Hanceville

  • Football, Player’s Ejection, $100
  • Softball, Player’s Ejection, $100
  • Audit Fine, $250

Holly Pond

  • Basketball, Player’s Ejection, $100
  • Basketball, Player’s Ejection, $100

Vinemont

  • Football, Player’s Ejection, $100
  • Baseball, Head Coach Not Attending Rules Clinic, $300

West Point

  • Basketball, Player’s Ejection, $100

% Jake Winfrey can be reached at 256-734-2131, ext. 136 or at jwinfrey@cullmantimes.com.​

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