• Incorrect Court Impacts HS Basketball Championships

    by Jason Scott March 2016

    The Macon Coliseum hosted the Georgia High School Association’s basketball championships last Thursday through Saturday on a court that wasn’t set up according to regulations.

  • HS Wrestler Claims Competing Gave Him Herpes

    by Jason Scott March 2016

    A California high school wrestler who says he contracted a strain of herpes while competing in a wrestling match made a passionate call for the state wrestling championships to be canceled.

  • Bill Would Give Refs Concussion Overrule Power

    by Jason Scott March 2016

    In the name of player safety, lawmakers in Kentucky are considering adopting a law that would give high school sports officials power to decide whether a player can return to a game following a head injury.

  • Texas Admin Concerned Over Athletic Prep Schools

    by Jason Scott February 2016

    Glen West knows football. He’s the president of the Texas High School Coaches Association, an official and a coach and athletic director at Brenham High School northwest of Houston. And he’s concerned.

  • Prep School That Lost 108-1 Fires Athletic Director

    by Stuart Goldman February 2016

    A 108-1 defeat in a high school girls basketball game has cost the losing school’s athletic director his job.

  • Prep Girls Basketball Brawl Leads to Season Suspension

    by Stuart Goldman February 2016

    Civility was in short order during a high school girls basketball bench-clearing brawl in New Jersey involving American History High at John F. Kennedy Recreation Center.

  • Iowa Bill Would Require Athletic Trainers at Prep Events

    by Stuart Goldman February 2016

    A bill in the Iowa Senate would require Iowa high schools to have a certified athletic trainer on site to identify concussions at all varsity football, wrestling and boys and girls soccer events.

  • Football Coach/A.D. Resigns after Exercise Complaints

    by Stuart Goldman February 2016

    A Texas high school athletic director and head football coach resigned after parents accused his staff of working their sons too hard as punishment for not keeping a clean locker room.

  • High School PED Testing Bill Approved by NJ Assembly

    by Jason Scott February 2016

    A New Jersey state Assembly committee approved a bill that would expand random testing of high school athletes for steroids and performance enhancing drugs yesterday.

  • Proposed Bill Would Void Transgender Policy

    by February 2016

    In Pierre, South Dakota a bill has been proposed that would void a high school activities association’s policy that allows transgender students the option to request placement on the athletic teams of their choice.