Adams Central and St. Cecilia high schools are looking into the possibilty of joining forces and offering baseball and girls soccer programs in the future.
At Adams Central's school board meeting Monday, St. Cecilia assistant athletic director Kevin Asher proposed co-oping a baseball program between the two schools. If so, soccer would likely need to be added to meet the requirements of Title IX.
The board agreed to allow administrators to do more research into what it would take to co-op baseball and soccer between the two schools.
"I do have questions and concerns, but I want to explore it more," said board member Chad Trausch. "Baseball is good for kids. I've never been to a soccer game but I know there's interest in the girls soccer world."