• High Schools Dig In with Sand Volleyball Programs

    by Spencer Turkin April 2017

    Ten girls and seven boys make up the first Page sand volleyball team, a non-sanctioned club sport competing as a member of the N.C. High School Sand Volleyball Association.

  • HS Scandal Born Out of Unusual Play on Field

    by Marc Pendleton April 2017

    What transpired during a Week 10 football game between Dunbar and Belmont last season at Welcome Stadium was a first for longtime high school sports announcer Alex Mikos.

  • New Hartford Ballpark Could Host HS Playoffs

    by David Borges April 2017

    The new ballpark located on the outskirts of downtown Hartford (Conn.) has generated almost unanimous rave reviews since officially opening on Thursday night.

  • Concrete Panel Falls from Stadium

    by Jason Scott April 2017

    Contractors working on Wheeling Island Stadium in West Virginia were attempting to pull down a concrete panel for examination on Monday when a second panel collapsed to the ground unexpectedly.

  • NJSIAA Rules Allow HS Athlete to Play for Three Schools

    by Phil Anastasia April 2017

    Antonio Mercado might be one of the last three-sport athletes. He definitely is one of the first three-school athletes.

  • CHSAA to Vote on Sanctioning Boys Volleyball

    by Brent New April 2017

    The proposal needs a majority vote to become Colorado's first sanctioned sport since boys' and girls' lacrosse and field hockey were unveiled from 1997-99, according to the association.

  • Field Supplier Fixes Faulty Fields with Glue

    by Courtney Cameron April 2017

    Synthetic surfaces company FieldTurf is undergoing an extensive re-application process for turf purchased by San Diego County Schools which have begun to degrade, affecting the appearance of the fields.

  • Ex-HS Basketball Players Sue in Attempt to Return

    by Jamie Satterfield April 2017

    Two former Sevier County High School basketball players are fighting to re-enroll and rejoin the team after the dismissal of aggravated rape charges filed against them amid controversy over a violent hazing by members of another basketball team.

  • Four Fired, One Suspended in HS Recruiting Probe

    by Courtney Cameron April 2017

    At a Board of Education meeting Wednesday night, a Patterson (N.J.) Eastside athletic director and two coaches were terminated following a series of investigations into the school’s recruiting practices.

  • NMAA to Mull Classification Models

    by James Yodice April 2017

    The state's classification and alignment committee will meet today at the New Mexico Activities Association, and by the time the sun goes down, some important questions may be answered as it pertains to the 2018-19 and 2019-20 school years.