TC-Cedar Hill terminated from TAPPS after handful of alleged violations, including use of controlled substance after state championship
By Greg Riddle and Mitchell Gladstone
Twelve days ago, Trinity Christian-Cedar Hill was celebrating a third straight TAPPS Division II football state title.
A week later, the school learned its time in TAPPS would be ending even earlier than expected.
Trinity Christian-Cedar Hill is no longer part of TAPPS after its membership was terminated Dec. 13. The school received a letter from TAPPS last Friday, notifying TC-Cedar Hill that it had been handed several punishments — most notably an immediate exit from the association as well as a five-game suspension for head football coach Andre' Hart.
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