Programming: High School
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.
Is Virtual Reality Training Coming to College Football?
by George Schroeder, @GeorgeSchroeder, USA TODAY Sports June 2015
Arkansas senior quarterback Brandon Allen is among a growing number who sees -- and feels -- the potential of virtual reality in college football.
Editorial: Open the Books on High School Sports Money
by Sun-Times Editorial Board June 2015
When money is tight for pretty much every unit of government in Illinois, the public has a right to know how every last tax dollar is being spent.
Fired Prep Coach Who Got Job Back Now Resigns
by Thomas Clouse email@example.com, (509) 459-5495 June 2015
fter losing his job as Mead High School football coach in late March and having it restored on appeal in late May, Sean Carty announced to parents on Monday that he has resigned as coach of the Panthers.
School Plans Ahead as Rain Delays Facility Construction
by Nadia Tamez-Robledo, Corpus Christi Caller-Times June 2015
Corpus Christi ISD officials have a backup plan for athletes at the new high school and middle school where recent heavy rain had delayed completion of sports fields.
Schools Using Sod from Neyland Stadium on Fields
by Chris Thomas, Knoxville News-Sentinel June 2015
It’s not exactly a makeover. But a handful of Rockwood High School’s athletic facilities are receiving face lifts after the school acquired truckloads of Tennessee football’s recently removed playing surface from inside Neyland Stadium.
Wheels of PIAA Football Reform Begin Turning
by Mike Gross, Lancaster Newspapers June 2015
The process of revamping the PIAA state football playoffs is, if a long way from complete and not certain of happening at all, at least underway.
Iowa Schools Brace for Concussion Lawsuits
by Laura Godlewski June 2015
The state of Iowa expects more lawsuits to be filed after a former high school football player was awarded close to $1 million when a U.S. District Court found that his school district was at fault for complications due to head injuries he sustained while playing football.
Muslim Soccer Team Refuses to Play Team with Girls
by Laura Godlewski May 2015
A boys' soccer team from a private Muslim high school in Branotibm Ont., would not finish a game during a tournament after it discovered the opposing team had two girls on it.