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PHOTOS: IHSA to determine Sudanese player eligibility

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Three Sudanese basketball players at Mooseheart will learn Monday whether they can keep on playing.

The Illinois High School Association will consider whether the basketball players and a cross-country runner were eligible to play for the school.

The organization believes Mooseheart recruited the players specifically for the purpose of playing sports, which is against IHSA rules.

The school denies the allegations, they said it's their tradition to help troubled students.

 

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