• Recent Repeat State Champion to Drop Wrestling

    by Phil Anastasia; Inquirer Staff Writer February 2015

    Bishop Eustace Prep, which won back-to-back state titles in 2008 and 2009, is planning to drop wrestling as a varsity sport at the end of this season, veteran coach Vince Angelucci confirmed Monday.

  • Local NAACP Asks High School to Nix Indian Mascot

    by DOUG HARLOW Morning Sentinel February 2015

    The president of the Greater Bangor Area NAACP has formally asked school officials in Skowhegan to stop using the Indian name and image as a mascot for sports teams.

  • Courts Serve as Referee in High School Sports Disputes

    by AB Staff February 2015

    The coaches coach, the players play. The fans cheer and the officials call the calls. And the judges make their rulings.

  • Prep Football Program at Realignment Crossroads

    by Randy Hollis Deseret News February 2015

    The Ogden High football program finds itself in a precarious position these days. Do the Tigers stay in lock step with the recent Utah High School Activities Association realignment and continue to get their heads kicked in?

  • New High School League Structure Brings Confusion

    by Tim Burt, The Orange County Register February 2015

    Some observations after about six months covering sports for the Tustin News: Is anyone else confused by the new basketball configuration that Foothill High is in?

  • In Maine, Snow Forces Extension of Regular Season

    by Bangor Daily News February 2015

    The recent barrage of snowstorms has put additional pressure on Maine high school athletic directors.

  • Another Bizarre Score: Prep Basketball Game Ends 2-0

    by Michael Gaio February 2015

    It wasn't a controversial blowout, but the final score was equally as unusual. A boys high school basketball game in Alabama ended with just one made basket.

  • Ineligible Player Costs Basketball Team 17 Wins

    by John Varlas 901-529-2350 February 2015

    The Manassas boys basketball team will forfeit 17 victories for using an ineligible player. The school was informed of the penalties Monday in a letter sent from the TSSAA on Monday.

  • Opinion: Expanded HS Football Playoffs a Terrible Idea

    by Loren Ledin, Prep Editor, The Star February 2015

    The CIF State Federated Council has adopted a plan to dramatically expand the California high school football playoffs and grant every section champion a berth in the state regionals.

  • CIF Votes to Dramatically Expand Football Playoffs

    by Mike Guardabascio, Press - Telegram (Long Beach California) February 2015

    The CIF State Federated Council created a seismic shift in the world of California high school football Friday, approving a plan to drastically expand the state football championship bowl series.