It's interesting that so many people on both sides of the argument agree that players in a tight knit program with medical oversight would be a safer alternative than kids of that age being on their own. Most would still socialize and not receive regular testing.
Both sides also seem to agree the school is worried about liability which everyone acknowledges is murky.
That said, shouldnt we be taking a stand for the safer alternative? We need to support what's best for our players and not cave to legal pressures in the face of safety concerns.
We should, as a community, stand for the safety of the players. They should play a season with regular testing and intensive oversight from doctors.
The kids are safer playing.