Monday, October 25, 2021

CHSAA settles race discrimination lawsuit after jury orders $2.5 million payment

According to a news release, the Colorado High School Activities Association has no longer been ordered to pay $2.5 million for breaking federal race discrimination laws after “settling amicably” with a former Sand Creek basketball coach.

In April, the Colorado US District Court found CHSAA responsible for damages that resulted in the termination of Trey Harris’ employment. The former Sand Creek assistant was fired in 2017 by the basketball team for using a disqualified transfer player. According to online court records, the Falcons 49 school district told Harris that his termination was a CHSAA condition for reinstatement of the program’s playoff eligibility.

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