HHS & Mayo: In Court and On the Court

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Cabell County Judge Dan O'Hanlon granted a temporary restraining order allowing five suspended bench players and O.J. Mayo to play in Huntington High School's boys basketball game against Artesia Tuesday at Duke University.

The six were suspended after an altercation during the HHS-Capital boys game Friday night in Charleston.

Click to read the following court documents filed as a part of OJ's injunction:

  • OJ's complaint
  • Huntington Coach Lloyd McGuffin's account of what happened.
  • Referee Michael Lazo's account of what happened.
  • The other two referees' accounts of what happened.
  • The temporary restraining order filed by OJ.

    TUESDAY'S TIMELINE:

  • 9:30am: Judge grants temporary restraining order allowing five suspended bench players on Huntington High School's boys basketball team to play in tonight's game at Duke University.
  • 11:00am: Judge grants temporary restraining order allowing OJ Mayo to play in Tuesday's game.
  • Mike Hayden, the executive director of the WVSSAC, is coming to Huntington.

    Click here for continuing coverage of the HHS Dream Team.


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