IHSA sports “on pause” after Pritzker’s mitigation announcement
Posted on November 18, 2020
With the likelihood of high school winter sports being conducted in Illinois getting bleaker by the day, another step in that direction was taken Tuesday. Following Gov. JB Pritzker’s announcement that the state will be entering Tier 3 mitigations on Friday, which includes putting all group indoor sports and recreational activities “on pause” ...
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