IHSA classification changes affect how teams do business
Corey Jenkins had his schedule set.
The Genoa-Kingston boys basketball team, a Class 2A team ever since the IHSA went to the four-class system in 2007-08, had its normal schedule in place for the upcoming season, when the IHSA made several changes at its June 11 Board of Directors meeting.
The board approved a recommendation to accept new classification cutoff enrollments for the upcoming school year, which include moving to a straight 25 percent breakdown of schools per class in all four-class sports (boys and girls basketball, baseball, softball and volleyball). The result was a dramatic shift in enrollment cutoffs for each class and mixed reviews of the move by area coaches.
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