Judge's ruling allows Mooseheart players to compete, for now
GENEVA – A Kane County judge granted a restraining order Tuesday that allows three Mooseheart boys basketball players from South Sudan to continue competing until the Illinois High School Association's board of directors considers the matter Monday.
Judge David Akemann made his afternoon ruling after attorneys representing the IHSA and Mooseheart argued their cases at a morning hearing.
Mooseheart had three games scheduled between the ruling and Monday, including Tuesday's home game against Westminster Christian and today's game at Hinckley-Big Rock, a school that reacted to allegations Tuesday that it helped set the IHSA's eligibility investigation in motion.
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