The IHSAA is well aware of the Keystone Schools closing situation, and the rules seem to be pretty clear about any student-athlete at the high school, which appears to be on the endangered list because of financial concerns.
IHSAA sports information director Jason Wille said in an e-mail that because Keystone isn't part of a school corporation, an athlete would have full eligibility at another high school to participate in athletics.
Players who transfer within a school corporation from a closed school would also be free of penalty to compete as long as they stay within that corporation. That rule doesn't apply to Keystone, a private single high school facility.
Also, if Keystone were to close in the next week, the Eagles' girls basketball sectional game next Friday would be forfeited.
Keystone (9-6) is scheduled to play the winner of the Bethany Christian/Hamilton first-round game on Monday. That would mean the winner of that game would automatically advance to next Saturday's championship game.
The Eagles have won three straight games after having Tuesday's game against Elwood canceled. It was the same day there was no school as the financial situation was being sorted out.