Col-pul- It's so mature when you can keep the subject on the fairness of rules instead of taking every opportunity to rip Sultan and/or the Cascade Conference. I haven't once ripped into ATM. In my original letter I didn't even accuse them of recruiting. I don't have anything against ATM or the families that decide to go there. They are playing within the rules. My issue is that the rule needs to be changed. After you go through all of the transfer requirements you mentioned on the football board, the fact still remains that anyone within a 50 mile radius can go to ATM. That compared to the 5-10 mile radius of all the other schools in the conference make it unfair. The WIAA motto is play fair, and yet they have rules set up that don't allow that to happen. Let's say in a hypothetical situation that a kid lives right next to Sultan HS. After not playing a year of varsity they would be allowed to play at ATM without moving. If that same kid lives right next to ATM, they would still need to move within Sultan's 5 mile or so radius to be able to play. How exactly is that fair or a level playing field? Now, go ahead and rip us again for being weak and having a crappy program. I think things are on the upswing and our state run helped with that last year. The programs up north have a long history of success and have built tradition. I applaud them for that. Hopefully, one day we will get to that same level. Success has a way of building confidence and sucess get's people excited and willing to work to get programs going. All I'm asking for is a fair shot.