MSHSL Votes Against Adding Shot Clock for High School Basketball

Minnesota will continue to be one of 42 states that do not use a shot clock for high school basketball.

BROOKLYN CENTER, Minn. – The Minnesota State High School League Board of Directors voted on several items Monday, including the addition of a shot lock for high school basketball. And the board voted against it 13–5.

Reports suggest that some of the issues with adding a shot clock are financial and logistical challenges. But according to David La Vaque of the Star Tribune, the board did speak optimistically about overcoming those challenges in the near future.

Minnesota will continue to be one of 42 states that do not use a shot clock for high school basketball.

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