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Eagan High School basketball coach on leave as district looks into reported complaint

Details are sparse and no one is saying much. The Star Tribune says the school's longtime boys basketball coach is on paid leave after someone apparently filed a complaint against him. A spokesman tells the newspaper the investigation is internal, and the city's police are not involved.
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Details are sparse and no one is saying much. The Star Tribune says the school's longtime boys basketball coach is on paid leave after someone apparently filed a complaint against him. A spokesman tells the newspaper the investigation is internal, and the city's police are not involved.

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