• In Maine, Snowy Fields Bring Spring Season Extension

    by DAN VENTURA March 2015

    A record snowfall in the Boston area this winter has resulted in record headaches for high school athletic directors and spring coaches.

  • Lancaster Schools to Retire 'Redskins' Mascot Quietly

    by Karen Robinson News Staff Reporter March 2015

    Calm prevailed Tuesday in the Lancaster School District, the day after the School Board voted to stop using the "Redskins" name before a raucous, emotionally charged crowd of 700 where some jeered and turned their backs and others gave a standing ovation.

  • Colorado Serious About Spelling Prep Pitchers' Arms

    by Justin Shaw & Kevin Carmody, The Gazette March 2015

    Big-time change could be on the horizon for high school baseball in Colorado. It's nothing new for administrators, coaches, players and parents to debate whether or not there should be a limit placed on pitchers.

  • School District to Meet About 'Redskins' Mascot

    by The Buffalo News (New York) March 2015

    The Lancaster School District leaders have been under increasing pressure to decide whether to allow the school's mascot and athletics teams to continue to be called the "Redskins."

  • TSSAA Close to Resolving Public vs. Private Debate

    by Chris Thomas March 2015

    The TSSAA Legislative Council voted on Wednesday to hold a special meeting prior to next school year — likely during the summer — to decide whether or not to place public and private schools into separate divisions for athletic competition.

  • Editorial: Schools Should Not Run From Gym Class

    by Sun-Times Editorial Board March 2015

    Illinois legislators who aim to put an end to state-mandated gym classes make a straight-forward case: The time and money could be better spent on other school pursuits.

  • FHSAA: No Evidence School Tried to Entice Attendance

    by Nick Williams, Tribune staff March 2015

    Tampa Catholic will not receive any penalties after a Florida High School Athletic Association investigation into alleged recruitment of athletes from two Pasco County schools found the school did nothing wrong.

  • Maine Nearing Switch from Four Hoops Classes to Five

    by Travis Lazarczyk, By Travis Lazarczyk Morning Sentinel March 2015

    With a final vote less than two months away, the Maine Principals' Association Classification Committee decided Tuesday to make no changes to a proposal that would expand high school basketball from four classes to five.

  • Prep, Club Conflicts a Tough Call for Soccer Coaches

    by Rhiannon Potkey March 2015

    The high school-club/travel conflict isn't restricted to soccer, of course. In nearly every sport outside of football, players are balancing the demands of both teams.

  • School Board OKs Separate Part-Time AD Position

    by Eileen Adams, Eileen Adams, Special to the Sun Journal March 2015

    The Regional School Unit 10 board overwhelmingly approved a request by Dirigo High School Principal Michael Poulin to restructure the high and middle schools so that an interim assistant principal would be hired to serve both schools, and not double as athletic director.