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Old 03-23-2013
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I agree with you 100% but by saying things are easier I'm saying with that wrestling is huge in northern Illinois where it's all basketball down here so there's more support by the schools, and there's more all-star dual opportunities and these seniors deserve to be able to do this.
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Old 03-23-2013
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That is a myth.

3.120 ALL-STAR PARTICIPATION
3.121 No student at a member school shall participate on an all-star team in basketball,football,soccer or volleyball during the
studentís high school career until completing their interscholastic athletic eligibility in that particular sport. A student
may participate in no more than three (3) all-star contestsin a sport.


True that this by-law only specifies football, basketball, soccer, & volleyball, but I would want to see written approval from the IHSA specifiying that it was ok, before I would allow an underclassman to wrestle in an "all-star" dual. After 41 years as a high school coach in Illinois, I have learned to only trust written verification from the IHSA about specific situations. To say I don't always trust them with the gray areas would be an understatement.
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3.120 ALL-STAR PARTICIPATION
3.121 No student at a member school shall participate on an all-star team in basketball,football,soccer or volleyball during the
studentís high school career until completing their interscholastic athletic eligibility in that particular sport. A student
may participate in no more than three (3) all-star contestsin a sport.


True that this by-law only specifies football, basketball, soccer, & volleyball, but I would want to see written approval from the IHSA specifiying that it was ok, before I would allow an underclassman to wrestle in an "all-star" dual. After 41 years as a high school coach in Illinois, I have learned to only trust written verification from the IHSA about specific situations. To say I don't always trust them with the gray areas would be an understatement.
I had this confirmed with Gannaway when I was looking to put on an all-star event, but I agree, I would get it in writing before actually going through with things.
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3.120 ALL-STAR PARTICIPATION
3.121 No student at a member school shall participate on an all-star team in basketball,football,soccer or volleyball during the
studentís high school career until completing their interscholastic athletic eligibility in that particular sport. A student
may participate in no more than three (3) all-star contestsin a sport.


True that this by-law only specifies football, basketball, soccer, & volleyball, but I would want to see written approval from the IHSA specifiying that it was ok, before I would allow an underclassman to wrestle in an "all-star" dual. After 41 years as a high school coach in Illinois, I have learned to only trust written verification from the IHSA about specific situations. To say I don't always trust them with the gray areas would be an understatement.
It's already been happening. Wouldn't the dual teams that go to the Scholastic duals, Disney, Virginia Beach, etc be considered all star teams?
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It's already been happening. Wouldn't the dual teams that go to the Scholastic duals, Disney, Virginia Beach, etc be considered all star teams?
Technically, I would think so. But as I said, there seems to be a lot of gray area here. What about AAU basketball teams and volleyball teams in the off-season? Since wrestling isn't specified in the bylaw, one could assume it is exempt. But assumptions can get one in trouble. I would still want it in writing.
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Old 03-24-2013
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3.120 ALL-STAR PARTICIPATION
3.121 No student at a member school shall participate on an all-star team in basketball,football,soccer or volleyball during the
studentís high school career until completing their interscholastic athletic eligibility in that particular sport. A student
may participate in no more than three (3) all-star contestsin a sport.


True that this by-law only specifies football, basketball, soccer, & volleyball, but I would want to see written approval from the IHSA specifiying that it was ok, before I would allow an underclassman to wrestle in an "all-star" dual. After 41 years as a high school coach in Illinois, I have learned to only trust written verification from the IHSA about specific situations. To say I don't always trust them with the gray areas would be an understatement.

Wow i learned a new word.
I had to look it up.
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Old 03-25-2013
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Wow i learned a new word.
I had to look it up.
Cut and pasted from the IHSA website.
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Cut and pasted from the IHSA website.
Lol.
It's Kind of a word, but not really from what I have looked up.
Kinda Urban Dictiona"i"ry.
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