Suspended high school QB could get chance to play

Temporary restraining order could get Robison on field

Kristian Garic
September 20, 2018 - 12:22 pm

Hahnville High School Senior QB Andrew Robison celebrates a small victory today over the LHSAA. Through his lawyer David Moyer, the Robison family filed for a temporary restraining order against the LHSAA, Vandebilt Catholic High School, Head football coach Jeremy Atwell and Hahnville High School. The temporary restraining order has been signed by a judge in St. Charles Parish. 

The reason Hahnville is in the TRO is because it was the attorney’s way of providing protection for the school against future punitive actions from the LHSAA if Robison gets to play.  

Today’s filing of the TRO is interesting in so many ways, and it’s worth pointing out Hahnville will play their biggest rival Destrehan tomorrow in Hahnville.  Will Andrew Robison be on the field and suited up? We don’t know the answer to that yet.  The St. Charles Parish School board is trying to get assurance from legal counsel that they are indeed protected from future punitive action from the LHSAA. 

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