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IHSA Board Hears Additional Appeals

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The Illinois High School Association (IHSA) Board of Directors convened on a conference call at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, September 18 to hear appeals on eligibility rulings on seven students. The results of the hearings are listed below:

1.    The Board sustained the Executive Director’s ruling on a student from Rockford (Guilford). The student was ruled ineligible for non-compliance with IHSA by-law 3.040 and its sub-sections.

2.    The Board sustained the Executive Director’s ruling on a student from Aurora (Central Catholic). The student was ruled ineligible for non-compliance with IHSA by-law 3.040 and its sub-sections.

3.    The Board sustained the Executive Director’s ruling on a student from Aurora (Central Catholic). The student was ruled ineligible for non-compliance with IHSA by-laws 3.040 and its sub-sections.

4.    The Board sustained the Executive Director’s ruling on a student from New Lenox (Lincoln-Way West). The student was ruled ineligible for non-compliance with IHSA by-law 3.030.

5.    The Board sustained the Executive Director’s ruling on a student from Dakota. The student was ruled ineligible for non-compliance with IHSA by-law 3.030.

6.    The Board sustained the Executive Director’s ruling on a student from Cuba. The student was ruled ineligible for non-compliance with IHSA by-law 3.030 and 3.040.

7.    The Board sustained the Executive Director’s ruling on a student from Morris. The student was ruled ineligible for non-compliance with IHSA by-law 3.020.

 

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