No decisions were reached Tuesday at a federal court hearing for Clovis High School’s boy’s basketball coach J.D. Isler.
Isler, fired by the schools and suspended by the New Mexico Activities Association, is asking U.S. Judge Martha Vasquez to grant an injunction allowing him to continue coaching pending the outcome of his lawsuit against the two entities.
The day-long hearing was held in U.S. District Court in Santa Fe.
Isler’s attorney, Warren Frost, said there was more than eight hours of testimony. He said Vasquez gave no indication when she might make a ruling.
Isler, in his ninth season at Clovis, is accused of recruiting players. He was suspended for a year by the New Mexico Activities Association in mid-December.
School officials have since fired Isler from coaching, though he remains a teacher.
Isler has denied the allegations against him.