RECENT ARTICLES
  • Brawls Lead to Bans for Tennessee High School Teams

    by Andrew Brandt November 2014

    On October 23, two Tennessee high school football teams were banned from postseason play for three years following an on-field brawl. On Friday, another pair of Tennessee teams had an altercation and were handed the same sentence.

  • Cross-Conference Scheduling Would Cut Travel Time, Costs

    by Larry Mahoney BDN Staff October 2014

    The Brewer High School field hockey team was dismissed early from school five times for seven road games this season because of the distances the Witches needed to travel for Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference games.

  • Tennessee Climbing League Shows Preps the Ropes

    by Andrew Brandt October 2014

    The mountain ranges that run through Tennessee are so majestically crafted for climbing that you may question their naturalness.

  • Sweeping Changes Coming to Illinois High School Football

    by Daily Herald report October 2014

    A total of 16 amendment proposals to current Illinois High School Association bylaws were received prior to the October 14 deadline from official representatives of IHSA member schools, the association announced Tuesday.

  • AIA Approves First Out HS Transgender Athlete

    by Andrew Brandt October 2014

     The Arizona Interscholastic Association Executive Board has approved the state's first ever transgender student-athlete to compete as their self-identified gender.

  • Undermanned HS Football Team Takes Postseason Pass

    by From staff reports October 2014

    Telstar High of Bethel elected not to participate in Saturday's Western Class D football playoff game against top-ranked Lisbon.

  • Overlapping Indiana Sports Seasons Frustrate Coaches

    by Greg Jones High school sports editor October 2014

    The IHSAA announced in May that the girls basketball season will be moved up a week, meaning practice will begin earlier and affect girls playing both basketball and volleyball on a large scale.

  • Schools Move Football Up to Avoid Halloween Issues

    by Chris Thomas, Knoxvielle News-Sentinel October 2014

    Halloween won’t interfere with high school football on Friday night as it might have originally. Numerous schools in East Tennessee and across the state have moved their regular-season finales to Thursday to avoid a conflict and in some cases help the gate receipts.

  • Superintendent, D.A. Brief Central Bucks West Parents

    by Ben Finley and Chris Palmer; Inquirer Staff Writers October 2014

    Parents of Central Bucks High School West football players expressed a variety of emotions Monday night during a private meeting with the school district's superintendent and the Bucks County district attorney, the first time officials have met with parents since the district canceled the rest of the football season over allegations of hazing.

  • Buffalo Schools Assemble Pro Lineup to Review Athletics

    by Sandra Tan News Staff Reporter October 2014

    The Buffalo School Board empaneled the task force last week and asked the members to review the district's various sports offerings and make recommendations to elevate the city's sports offerings and give more students the chance to participate.