Please read more carefully, and you will find that I am not being "arrogant" and that I am not spreading mis-information. But, for your benefit I will say the following things one more time, so that they won't be missed:
1. I've never seen an official overrule an onsite, designated, medical person's judgment.
2. I've never heard of an official overruling an onsite, designated medical person's judgment.
3. No referee should ever overrule the onsite medical person who says "NO" - if they say don't let the kid wrestle, NEVER overrule that.
4. The designated person is, by rule, expected to be APPROPRIATE. An onsite person who is a psychiatrist is a doctor but might not be "appropriate" to evaluate the contagious nature of skin conditions.
5. By NFHS Rule 3-1-2, the referee has final authority on all decisions and judgments. PERIOD. That is simply the rule and the design of the sport.
So, what part of any of those 5 things do you take exception with? Let's get very specific about your concerns, and we'll address those. I'll keep an eye on the forum throughout the day so I can be rather prompt in answering any of your specific questions or concerns. I hope that helps.