Maine South offers free admission with a toy

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Want to see the early season CSL South showdown between Maine South and Waukegan for free?

Maine South’s boys basketball is sponsoring a toy drive for the Marine “Toys for Tots” Foundation. On Tuesday, Dec. 15, bring a new toy to the Waukegan at Maine South game (sophomores at 6 p.m., varsity at 7:30 p.m.) and receive free admission to the game. This is the fifth year the Hawks have worked with the Marine’s and Brotherhood to sponsor this event. The toys do not need to be expensive, but they need to be new. No used toys.

Waukegan (4-0), the defending Class 4A state runner-up is led by Illinois-bound Jereme Richmond, while Maine South (5-0) returns four starters from last year.

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