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Jack Ikegwuonu

Bill and Jack Ikegwuonu are content with their decisions

New Page 2 The looks of joy and relief were palpable in the Madison Memorial High School gymnasium Wednesday morning.   At 8:10 a.m. twin brothers Jack and Bill Ikegwuonu signed their letters of intent, locking in Division I scholarships—Jack to greyshirt at Wisconsin, Bill to join Northern Illinois in the fall.   "I am doubly blessed in that sense because it could have been either... Recommended Stories

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