The following sections are from the ASAA Handbook that governs all 9th-12th students that participate in ASAA sanctioned activities.Section 1 - Penalty (page 29)Penalty: A student deemed ineligible under ASAA rules, and the member school which permitted the student to participate under the rules set forth in this article, are subject to the following penalties. The following penal- ties assume the school is in good standing and has not been warned or is not under other penalty at the time. A school under warning or other penalty status may be assessed additional penalties than those listed below, up to and including suspension from the Association.
First Offense: School forfeits game or meet and school receives warning. If the Association determines that the violation involved intentional conduct by a school representative, the school will receive a fine of $200 minimum and will be placed on probation.
Second Offense: School forfeits game or meet and receives $200 fine. If the Association determines that the violation involved intentional conduct by a school representative, the school will be placed on probation/suspension and will receive a fine of up to $2,500.
In addition to the above penalties, any one or more of the actions below may be taken:
a. that individual or team records achieved during participation by an ineligible player be vacated or stricken;
b. that team or individual awards earned by an ineligible player be returned to the Association.
If an ineligible student competes in a meet, match or tournament in violation of any Association Bylaws, all points earned by that student or by a relay team of which the student is a member, are to be declared forfeited; and in team sports (including wrestling), the entire contest is forfeited. Records earned by other members of the team will stand.