Curie’s Maurice Commander cleared to play by IHSA

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Marist’s Maurice Commander (3) dishes the ball away against Brother Rice. Worsom Robinson/ For the Sun-Times.

Curie guard Maurice Commander has been cleared to play by the Illinois High School Association according to Condors coach Mike Oliver.

The IHSA approved Commander’s transfer from Marist to Curie on Friday afternoon.

“We areecstatic,” Maurice Commander Sr. said. “I called my wife with the news and she almost fell on the floor.”

The Condors play at the Marshall County Shootout in Benton, Ky. on Saturday.

Read more on Commander’s situation here.

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