By Associated Press
Oklahoma City, OK – OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) _ The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association has extended the suspension of two Jenks High School football coaches. The OSSAA board of directors met for nearly three hours Tuesday in executive session before accepting most of the school's self-imposed sanctions. But the board suspended head coach Allen Trimble and assistant coach David Alexander indefinitely. Trimble had been suspended through the end of the semester and Alexander for two games. The OSSAA will review the suspensions in June. The suburban Tulsa school's self-imposed sanctions include the forfeiture of any money it might receive from this year's playoffs and not allowing the team to conduct spring practice in 2010.
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