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CIAC clears three St. Bernard transfers to play at Fitch

By Mike DiMauro

Published October 12. 2012 1:00PM   Updated October 12. 2012 1:43PM

The Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference cleared three Fitch High School student-athletes who transferred from St. Bernard to play this year. St. Bernard officials challenged the transfers, believing they were for “athletic reasons,” which is prohibited by CIAC rules. The student-athletes, according to sources, are Pete Aldrich, Tristan Hurley and Izzy Davila. “I applaud their process and their careful consideration of the situation,” St. Bernard headmaster Tom Doherty said in a written statement.“I have always maintained that the students should not be punished for the actions of their parents and I am glad to see that the CIAC has decided accordingly. St. Bernard wishes these young men
continued success throughout the year and beyond.”

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