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  • IHSA finances, pensions focus of lawmakers' hearing

  • 05/19/2014, 7:00pm CDT , By Chris Fusco and Michael O'Brien
  • Critics say the IHSA should reveal details about the nearly $11 million it takes in and spends each year because more than 80 percent of its 800-plus member schools are taxpayer-funded public high schools.
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  • Recruiters beat down the door at Lyons

  • 05/09/2014, 10:56pm CDT , By George M. Wilcox | wilcox@pioneerlocal.com | @geomwilcox
  • College scouts come in to get first-hand looks at running back Leonard Ross and quarterback Tom Fiedler.
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  • Sun-Times exclusive: One-on-one with IHSA's Marty Hickman

  • 04/12/2014, 8:04pm CDT , By Tony Baranek | tbaranek@southtownstar.com
  • No question, it's been a hectic and trying year for the Illinois High School Association. Sun-Times Media's Tony Baranek interviews IHSA Executive Director Marty Hickman, covering a wide range of topics, including H-F's girls basketball team, Jalen Brunson, a football super class and more.
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  • Henricksen: Class of 2010 redo (No. 1-15)

  • 04/01/2014, 2:45pm CDT , By Joe Henricksen | @joehoopsreport
  • A complete look at the Class of 2010 -- the good, the bad, the hits, the misses. Just where would those top players from four years ago be ranked now?
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  • Henricksen: Class of 2010 redo (No. 16-30)

  • 03/31/2014, 7:30am CDT , By Joe Henricksen | @joehoopsreport
  • The Class of 2010 was highlighted by Jereme Richmond and Meyers Leonard. How would it look now? Here Part I -- a look at the players who were ranked 15-30.
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  • Paying the price for glory

  • 03/30/2014, 4:00pm CDT , By Mike Clark | mclark@suntimes.com | @mikeclarkpreps
  • Sun-Times Media examines the IHSA's newest wrinkle to the multiplier that will move several private schools up in class for the state playoffs.
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  • Ronell Coleman gets it done at Simeon

  • 04/14/2013, 3:15pm CDT , By Dan Ruane
  • At a height of 5-5, Ronell Coleman isn't the prototypical Division I recruit, but one look at the the Simeon senior on the baseball diamond and it's evident why the infielder is heading to Vanderbilt.
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