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Opinion: Hockey should be supported by the IHSA
Why isn’t hockey supported by local high schools? Hockey is growing rapidly, especially with the popularity of the Chicago Blackhawks. According to an article posted on September 13, 2013, by “The United States of Hockey,” Illinois youth participating in hockey has increased 31% over the last 10 years. In fact, no other state in the U.S. has grown as much in the last 5 years. However, unfortunately hockey is still considered a club sport at the high school level and not supported by Illinois High School Athletics (IHSA). The mission statement of IHSA, which oversees the participation of interscholastic athletics and activities, is to enrich the educational experience. Why are some sports, such as football, basketball, and soccer supported, yet not hockey? Even sports like bass fishing and bowling are governed by IHSA.
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