Santa Clara Valley Athletic League reverses decision to opt out of CCS playoffs

Months after reaching its original decision to pull out of postseason play and two weeks since affirming that choice, the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League Board of Managers voted Friday to reverse that decision following outcry from players and parents.

Any SCVAL team that qualifies for Central Coast Section playoffs will be allowed to participate, after the Board voted 11-1 in favor with two abstentions. The vote came in the board’s second emergency meeting in a span of just over two weeks and was a reversal of the unanimous decision made at the first meeting to maintain the postseason ban.

After commissioner Brad Metheany noted the lack of

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