Update: IHSA Denies Fenwick’s Appeal, Heading to Court on Wednesday1 min read

Update: IHSA Denies Fenwick’s Appeal, Heading to Court on Wednesday<span class="wtr-time-wrap after-title"><span class="wtr-time-number">1</span> min read</span>

According to sources close to the situation, the IHSA will be holding an emergency meeting Monday morning at 7:30am to discuss the highly controversial finish to the 7A State Semi-Final game between Fenwick and Plainfield North. We will continue to update as the details emerge.

Update: The IHSA has denied Fenwick’s appeal, however, there looks to be a potential court case coming as the Friars weigh their options.

UPDATE: Fenwick released a statement and has decided to move forward with legal action. The court hearing will be held this Wednesday, we will continue to update as we find out more information. The actual statement can be found here.

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2 Comments

  1. Patrick

    Fenwick should go, they took a knee 3 times going back 3 yards each time knowing they could run out the clock. Officials should know games end on offense penalties. That is rudimentary.

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  2. Kim Kruse

    IHSA SHOULD BE ASHAMED OF THEMSELVES. THEY MADE THE BYLAWS, THEY CAN BREAK THE BYLAWS. DO THEY EVEN UNDERSTAND THE RAMIFICATIONS THAT THIS COULD HAVE ON THESE BOYS. IF IHSA IS NOT GOING TO DO THE RIGHT THING THEN THE PLAINFIELD COACHES AND ADMINISTRATION NEED TO DO THE RIGHT THING AND ADMIT THEY LOST THAT GAME AND LET THE RIGHTFUL WINNERS OF THAT GAME GO TO STATE AND THAT IS FENWICK.

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