Coldwater High running back Cameron Torres is suing to play for Marshall Football

Where Coldwater High School 2021 running back Cameron Torres will play football in fall 2022 is still in question after he joined Marshall in February.

CHS director Bill Milnes refused to sign the education transfer form for Torres to play football and run for the Red Hawks, claiming the move was “sport motivated.”

Branch County Circuit Judge Bill O’Grady declined to issue an immediate order to compel approval of the transfer sought by Torres’ attorney James Thomas of Grand Rapids.

The judge ruled that Torres must go through the Michigan High School Athletic Association’s administrative process. A number of claims by Torres and the school also require sworn evidence to establish the facts.

Torres, 18, claimed he has the right to transfer under the MHSAA exemption “if students move with … divorced parents.”

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