Programming: High School
Opinion: Why Are Schools Paying for Athlete Development?
by John Gerdy, Lancaster Newspaper June 2015
It is notable that the United States is the only country in the world in which the responsibility for developing elite athletes and teams rests with the educational system.
Summer Pro League a Unique Opportunity for Basketball Players
by Jon Gold, Arizona Daily Star June 2015
The Tucson Summer Pro League consists of guys giving it one of a last few shots in basketball all the way down to guys in or fresh out of high school, with the world ahead of them. Every so often, they're rolled into one.
Minnesota's Fastest-Growing Sport? Trapshooting
by Dan Kraker, Minnesota Public Radio News June 2015
In 2008 only about 30 students statewide competed in sanctioned trapshooting events. This year, 8,600 took part.
Columnist: Need to Balance High School Athletics, Education
by Ferrel Guillory, Guest columnist June 2015
We have to weigh the time spent practicing and playing games against the time available for reading and studying. We have to weigh the costs of athletic facilities and equipment in light of the needs for up-to-date textbooks and science labs.
IHSA Responds to Newspaper Report on Exec Pay
by AB Editors June 2015
OHSAA Division Changes Causing Some Concern
by Marc Pendleton, Dayton Daily News June 2015
As usual, the two-year cycle of reassigning divisions for high school football teams in Ohio put a hit on area programs.
TSSAA Council to Discuss Public-Private Split
by Stephen Hargis, Chattanooga Times Free Press June 2015
The biggest issue facing Tennessee high school sports for more than two decades is expected to take a giant step toward finally being decided today.
Chicago Prep Basketball Coaches Unite Against Violence
by Staff, Chicago Sun-Times June 2015
More than 1,000 people have been shot in Chicago so far this year.
Oklahoma, South Dakota Revisit Transgender Policies
by Laura Godlewski June 2015
The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association board of directors approved a policy related to the eligibility of transgender student-athletes, which will go into effect on July 1.
Judge Tosses Coach's $1M Suit Based on Parent Emails
by Marjorie Hernandez firstname.lastname@example.org 805-437-0263 June 2015
A Ventura County Superior Court judge has dismissed a $1 million libel suit filed by a Westlake High School basketball coach against a parent, saying emails criticizing the coach were protected free speech.