The controversy around the LHSAA doesn't seem to be slowing down at all. For over a year now, the LHSAA has been fighting battles against threats from their member schools, state legislators, and now...themselves.

After some began to question the decisions of the LHSAA, some of the groups leaders took a defensive tone, which has only led to more divisiveness. Here's the latest development, according to the Louisiana Radio Network:

"The LHSAA has called a special meeting of its executive committee for Monday at the organization’s office. There were rumors circling that the gathering will be held for a discussion on the termination of the LHSAA executive director Eddie Bonine, but its President, Vic Bonnaffee, said that is not true.

Bonine had recently expressed frustration with the select/non-select controversy at the NFHS convention. He closed in a report that the matter is a “proverbial dumpster fire” — a statement he later said was a joke for colleagues."