Rodrick Rhodes just told me he "definitely" plans on staying at Cordia despite the penalties. Says they'll continue to fight it in court.
— Tanner Hesterberg (@TannerWYMT) November 12, 2014
Following KHSAA Board of Control meeting, Alice Whitaker of Lotts Creek said she'll head to Circuit Court to fight penalties against Cordia.
— Mike Fields (@MikeFieldsNotes) November 12, 2014
The KHSAA Control Board reduced penalties against Cordia's boy's basketball program but still handed them a two-year postseason ban, a reduced regular season schedule (15 games), a two-year postseason ban for Rhodes, a five-year probation period and a fine of just over $25,000.
The Board heard testimony and dismissed 10 of the 27 original violations against the program.