St. Ignace teenager hopes to make the NBA, as a referee

Thu Feb 20 04:13:58 PST 2020

St. Ignace teenager hopes to make the NBA, as a referee

Jackson Ingalls, a junior at La Salle High School in St. Ignace, is a huge basketball fan. He's loves the game so much, that it has taken him on an interesting path.

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