RECENT ARTICLES
  • Board of Education Sued Over Mascot Rebrand

    by Jason Scott September 2015

    A man is suing the Vestavia Hills, (Ala.) Board of Education over its decision to rebrand the “Rebel” mascot at Vestavia Hills high school.

  • Melting Fields to Be Replaced at Five L.A. Schools

    by Jason Scott September 2015

    Five high schools in the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) are being forced to replace all-weather sports fields due to defective materials.

  • Pennsylvania High School Installs Gold Turf Football Field

    by Jason Scott August 2015

    Schools like Boise State and Eastern Washington have gotten headlines for the bold color of their respective football fields.

  • Feral Hogs Invade Texas High School Football Field

    by Jason Scott August 2015

    A pack of feral hogs is causing trouble at Liberty High School near Houston, Tex.

  • Weekend Incidents Put Spotlight on Team Travel Safety

    by Jason Scott August 2015

    Accidents in Wisconsin and California involving vehicles carrying student-athletes put the spotlight on team travel safety over the weekend.

  • Football Player Sustains Third-Degree Burns at Practice

    by Laura Godlewski August 2015

    Parents of football players should be aware of the risks of the game — concussions, broken bones, strains, sprains — but the parents of a 15-year-old football player from Memorial High School in San Antonio were not prepared for the injuries presented by their son when he returned home last week. Laura and Jacob Obregon's son returned home from his high school football practice with what turned out to be third-degree burns on his hands.

  • CPS Must Add Girls Sports After Title IX Investigation

    by Laura Godlewski July 2015

    Following a federal investigation that found “significant” gender-based participation gaps in Chicago Public Schools district sports programs, CPS will increase the amount of organized sports opportunities for girls at no less than 12 high schools as part of a settlement with the federal government.

  • Renewed Debate Over Confederate Flag at Prep Level

    by Laura Godlewski July 2015

    With the removal of the Confederate flag from the South Carolina statehouse grounds, the state is eligible again to host NCAA neutral-site championship games. This will be the first time the state has been allowed to host NCAA games since 2001 when it was banned from doing so because of the presence of the Confederate flag on the statehouse grounds.

  • The AB Extra: July 10

    by Laura Godlewski July 2015

    This week's AB Extra features the world's first sliding field at a new stadium in London, a high school that's getting creative in solving a rodent problem and a Texas-shaped pool that's fighting to become a historical landmark.

  • 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.