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Illinois High School Association
Latest Illinois High School Association Items
The Illinois group that makes millions of dollars off of high school sports including basketball and football defended its financial records and operations Tuesday in front of a panel of state lawmakers amid criticism about a lack of transparency and talks of shifting its responsibilities to the state.
The Illinois High School Association has re-instated the former Homewood-Flossmoor girls basketball coach whose team was disqualified from the state tournament for rules violations.
The Illinois House has narrowly approved legislative hearings looking into how the Illinois High School Association operates.
Two media groups are throwing their support behind a bill that would require legislative hearings into the operations of the Illinois High School Association, the governing body that oversees state high school athletics.
Illinois High School Association executive director Marty Hickman says Chicago's Curie Metropolitan High School basketball team will be allowed to compete in the state tournament.
The Illinois High School Association disqualified the Homewood-Flossmoor High School girls basketball team from the state playoffs over bylaw violations
An Illinois lawmaker is working with the Illinois High School Association to come up with rules on full-speed tackling during summer football practices.
The Illinois High School Association ruled Monday that four Sudanese students can play sports, but placed their suburban Chicago high school on probation and said the foundation that brought the athletes to the U.S. took advantage of them.