• HS Athletic Director Investigated for Theft

    by Jason Scott March 2016

    A Minnesota high school athletic director is on unpaid leave, facing allegations of theft of more than $100,000 in athletic ticket sales.

  • HS Program Promotes Fitness Among Non-Athlete Students

    by Scott O'Connell March 2016

    Le Sandra Locario may not consider herself an athlete. But the Worcester Technical High School freshman is still in shape, judging by the huffing and puffing she was doing after taking a brief break from a workout Friday afternoon. “There are many sports here (at Worcester Tech), but none that fit me,” she said. “But I’m an active person.”

  • HS Basketball Team Bus Overturned En Route to State

    by The Bismarck Tribune March 2016

    A northwest Indiana high school basketball coach was airlifted to a hospital Saturday after a bus carrying 26 players and staff overturned on an interstate and landed on the side of the roadway with part of its roof smashed in.

  • Unified Sports Programs Benefit Kids, Communities

    by Kevin Thomas March 2016

    In the world of "unified" basketball, a sport co-sponsored by Special Olympics and the Maine Principals' Association. Unified teams are a combination of athletes (students with developmental disabilities) and partners (students without disabilities) who help keep the flow of the game going.

  • Assistant HS Coach Arrested for Relationship

    by Daily News of Los Angeles March 2016

    A 28-year-old assistant baseball coach at John Burroughs High School in Burbank was arrested Friday for allegedly having a years-long sexual relationship with a 17-year-old girl who attends the school, police said.

  • Texas School District Board Puts $50M Stadium to Vote

    by Stuart Goldman March 2016

    A new $50 million high school football stadium in the Dallas area is closer to becoming a reality.

  • Report: Coach Flushed Player’s Marijuana Down Toilet

    by Stuart Goldman March 2016

    A high school basketball coach in Georgia is under investigation after not reporting a player in possession of marijuana and then flushing the contraband down the toilet.

  • Entire HS Football Staff Fired After Hazing Investigation

    by Michaelle Bond, Mike Sielski, and Laura McCrystal March 2016

    Officials of a Main Line school district said Thursday that they had removed the entire Conestoga High School football coaching staff, and that the head coach had resigned, after an internal investigation showed that players had routinely hazed teammates for years. "The locker rooms had an insufficient adult presence throughout the football season, creating an environment where hazing activities could occur," Tredyffrin/Easttown district officials said.

  • HS to Open State-of-the-Art Indoor Practice Facility

    by Randy Worrell March 2016

    Roughly three years after athletic director Art Yoder, baseball coach Tom Gibson, and the school's building and land committee sat down to discuss the possibilities of an indoor practice facility on the school grounds on the East Holmes school district property, the 10,400 square foot project is nearly complete.

  • Lawsuit: Concussion Protocol Missteps Led to Paralysis

    by Jason Scott March 2016

    The family of a former football player at Belt High School in Montana filed a lawsuit this week, claiming negligence in a series of events that has left him paralyzed.