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WIAA will reconsider shot clock
WISCONSIN - The WIAA announced back in June that there would be a shot clock put in place for varsity basketball starting in the 2019-2020 season.

On Friday, the WIAA released it's board of control meeting notes and said they will reconsider that decision.

They are reconsidering the shot clock after input they received at the fall area meeting.

The shot clock was said to be 35 seconds and for both girls and boys varsity basketball.

It is now pushed up to a meeting on December 1st when they will discuss what the next step should be.

Story By: Katie Leszcynski


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