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Michigan Schools OK Lifting Some Sports Age Limits A 19-year-old student with Down syndrome may be able to play football and basketball during his senior year after schools voted in favor of lifting the age limit for sports eligibility under certain circumstances, the Michigan High School Athletic Association announced Thursday.
Vote Will Decide If 19-Year Old Down Syndrome Student Can Play H.S. SportsHigh schools in Michigan will vote on whether to allow a waiver of the maximum age for students to participate in interscholastic athletics.
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