Football: Radley still must be cleared by City to play for Taft
Lucky Radley is ready to play for Woodland Hills Taft, but he's far from being cleared by the City Section. While he and school officials had hoped he'd be able to start practicing on Saturday, City Section commissioner Barbara Fiege said Friday she has told Athletic Director Mark Drucker that Radley should not be practicing until he receives eligibility clearance.
Radley, a running back and defensive back, started last season at Agoura as a junior. He played at Encino Crespi as a sophomore.
He must prove he has made a valid change of residence to gain athletic eligibility.
"It doesn't mean he won't be cleared," Fiege said. "We need information."
-- Eric Sondheimer