Programming: High School
Injury Prevention Aim of Yoga-Practicing Football Team
by James Yodice August 2015
The St. Pious football team's plan is do the yoga on Mondays, after lifting, conditioning and scouring through game film. It is one half of a master plan to keep the Sartans healthier, longer.
Conflict Exposes Rifts Between Parents, Coaching Staff
by Matt Hongoltz-Hetling, Matt Hongoltz-Hetling Valley News Staff Writer August 2015
A conflict between a high school basketball coach and a member of the Hartford School Board has both sides side asking administrators to take a more active hand in reining in the other side's behavior.
New Merger May Salvage Prep Football Team's Season
by The Buffalo News (New York) August 2015
Eden High School already was in its second year of a merged team with North Collins to bolster its roster. But in the end, there simply weren't enough players to compete safely this year - though last-minute talks with Lake Shore might produce a combined team just for this year.
OHSAA Concussion Protocol Changes Widely Cheered
by Rick McCrabb August 2015
High school coaches, athletic directors, athletic trainers and parents are applauding changes made by the state association geared toward reducing the risk in football for concussions and head impact exposure.
Opinion: Football a Bigger Deal Than Other HS Sports
by JR RADCLIFFE, Kettle Moraine Index (Dousman, WI) August 2015
Even if you consider the colossal weight room to be a football-only venture and dismiss the gym classes that can use it, every team at the high school can and has trained inside the building. There are soccer lines on the field, batting cages, golf nets and more.
Two More Students Disciplined in Football Hazing
by Tony Casey, Johnson City Press July 2015
The number of David Crockett High School football players being sent to the district’s Alternative Learning Program school following a hazing incident, sexual in nature, has doubled to a count of four.
School Board Ponders Sports' Role in Academic Success
by Pat Schneider, The Capital Times (Madison, Wisconsin) July 2015
Madison School Board members are contemplating a comprehensive analysis of the role of athletics - competitive and recreational - in students' academic achievement. It's something that has not been looked at in depth before, they said.
Shorthanded High School Cancels Football Season
by Miguel Rodriguez; News Sports Reporter July 2015
Addressing the matter via Twitter, Eden Athletic Director Marisa Fallacaro said that the numbers for modified and junior varsity remain strong and that Eden plans to field a varsity team again in 2016.
Teacher Hires to Help District with Phys. Ed. Compliance
by Sandra Tan News Staff Reporter July 2015
The Buffalo School District has been out of compliance with state-mandated physical education requirements for years, contributing to a young student population often described as restless, inattentive and increasingly fat.
Fewer Tennessee Football Teams Holding Two-a-Days
by Stephen Hargis, Chattanooga Times Free Press (Tennessee) July 2015
Teams across Tennessee beginning full-pads practices today is the surest sign the clock is ticking toward kickoff of the 2015 high school football season. But as coaches find out who their toughest players are and which ones won't shy away from contact, it appears another old-school test of toughness is becoming outdated.