WRIGHT CITY, OK -- The OSSAA will appeal a McCurtain County judge's ruling to allow Wright City back in to the Class A State Tournament.
They will make their appeal to the Oklahoma Supreme Court Monday morning, according their release.
The tournament will be suspended starting with Friday's 6:30 p.m. contest until the appeal is determined, according to the same release.
The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association ruled Tuesday Wright City had to forfeit their quarterfinal contest against Sterling after learning they played in two too many games -- going over the 22 game scheduling limit.
Wright City Schools filed an injunction with the district court of McCurtain County Wednesday, who issued a court order and set a hearing for Monday May 13th, according to superintendent David Hawkins.
That hearing was moved to Friday at 10 a.m., and a ruling was made around 1 p.m.