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Basketball by the Book: A Riverfront Times Investigation

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  1. Anthony Bonner Bids Adieu to Vashon
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  2. Basketball by the Book, Part 6: Fouled Out
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  3. Basketball by the Book
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    The Post Dispatch's Selective Distortion.
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  4. Vashon Fouls Out
    The Rundown
    Wolverines Stripped of Three Missouri State Basketball Titles
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  5. Read Floyd Irons' full interview with investigators (transcript)
    Daily RFT
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  6. Floyd Irons' Mortgage Fraud Saga: The End
    The Rundown
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  7. Floyd Irons: The MSHSAA Interview Transcripts, Part 1
    The Rundown
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  8. Basketball by the Book
    The Rundown
    Floyd Irons Paid for Players to Live Near Vashon High School
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  9. With Anthony Bonner at the helm, it's a whole new ballgame for Vashon basketball
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  10. Basketball by the Book: Documentary Evidence
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  11. Basketball by the Book
    Daily RFT
    Floyd Irons Déjà Vu All Over Again
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  12. Floyd Irons' trial is delayed
    News
    He may be facing additional charges.
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  13. Floyd Irons' Sentencing Delayed -- Again
    Daily RFT
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  14. Floyd Irons' Alleged Co-Conspirator Expected to Plead Guilty
    The Rundown
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  15. Floyd Irons Pleads Guilty, Faces Prison and Up to $1 Million Fine
    The Rundown
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  16. Vashon Basketball Legend Floyd Irons In Federal Court on Criminal Charges
    Daily RFT
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  17. Have They No Shame? Part 2
    Daily RFT
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  18. Irons in the Fire (Again)
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    The legendary ex-Vashon High School basketball coach may be in trouble with the FBI.
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  19. Basketball by the Book, Part 5
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    Legislators call for a probe of the nonprofit that governs Missouri high school sports.
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  20. Basketball by the Book, Part 4
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    A Vashon cross-state rival cries foul over '04 championship game.
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