No referee strike in Louisiana

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USA Today High School Sports is reporting that the Louisiana High School Officials Association and the Louisiana High School Athletic Association have agreed to settle their issues over pay that will avoid a strike this football season.

Last week, the Lafayette chapter of the LHSOA voted to strike.

No details of the agreement were released, according to the story.  Officials had been looking for a raise between $5 to $10 per game.

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