'Your papers, please' must never be heard in America
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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.
Four young men from war-ravaged Sudan tower above their teachers and fellow students on the pastoral grounds of a century-old school in suburban Chicago.
Mooseheart's executive director Scott Hart has denied that anyone at the school was interested in their athletic abilities before they arrived.
He said the school heard the IHSA's message not to do business with A-HOPE.