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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Texas Association Of Private And Parochial Schools
Beren Academy's boys basketball team is headed to the state championship. And this time, there's no need to reschedule the game.
An Orthodox Jewish school in Texas has been reinstated to its state basketball tournament after a judge ordered organizers to reschedule the team's game so it doesn't conflict with the Sabbath.
Organizers of a Texas state basketball tournament relented Thursday and agreed to reschedule a semifinal game involving an Orthodox Jewish school after parents filed a lawsuit over the original game time, which conflicted with the Sabbath.
A Texas agency has turned down a request by an Orthodox Jewish school in Houston to reschedule a championship game potentially involving its boys' basketball team because the game time falls during the Sabbath.