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  • High School Coach Cleared in 29-Year-Old Player Case

    by Jason Scott May 2016

    A Canadian high school basketball coach was cleared of any wrongdoing in the case of the 29-year-old South Sudanese native who starred on his team.

  • Alabama High School Rebrands from Rebels to ‘1Rebel’

    by Stuart Goldman May 2016

    Vestavia Hills High School in suburban Birmingham, Ala., is spending $30,000 to rebrand its Rebels nickname to “1Rebel,” according to reports.

  • HS Coaches Support Pitch-Count Rule

    by Len Hayward May 2016

    Players ages 17-19 would be limited to 110 pitches in a game and require at least four days' rest, while players 14-16 would have a maximum of 95 pitches. There is a graduated scale for those maximums on pitches and amount of rest.

  • Quick Action Saves HS Student Whose Heart Stopped

    by Ben Lockhart May 2016

    Two women are being praised as heroes for their quick action in saving the life of a 17-year-old Northridge High School student whose heart suddenly stopped beating at the school Wednesday afternoon.

  • High School Plans $4.2M Stadium Renovation

    by Tim Gross May 2016

    Over the course of its 55 years, Rossmere Stadium Athletic Complex has hosted graduations, field days and football games for the Lancaster Catholic community. Saturday, renovations to the Crusaders' stadium in Lancaster were announced as the centerpiece of a $4.2 million capital campaign by the school at its spring Purple and Gold Gala at Lancaster Country Club. The plans include raising an estimated $1.2 million for a synthetic field and stadium lights, $650,000 to replace all of the stadium's bleachers and $525,000 for new track and field facilities, said Kristopher Nolt, the school's public relations manager.

  • HS Baseball Players Disciplined for Alleged Hazing Incident

    by VICTOR FLORES, Writer May 2016

    Multiple Madison High School baseball players have been disciplined for alleged hazing that occurred on a team bus weeks ago.

  • Board Candidate Wants to Ban Tackling in HS Football

    by Josh Barnett April 2016

    Russell Davis says he's a huge football fan and hopes the Oakland Raiders come to his hometown of Las Vegas. But he adds that NFL players are adults making decisions about how to balance the risks and rewards of the game and that's not the case with tackle football for kids, even in high school. Davis, who is running for the Clark County (Nev.)

  • Girls' HS Basketball Coach Charged with Assault

    by Amy Dalrymple April 2016

    A Williston girls' basketball coach is on administrative leave after prosecutors charged him this week with misdemeanor sexual assault.

  • Investigation: HS Football Team Flouted Rules for Years

    by The Columbian April 2016

    The Bellevue High School football program violated state rules for years with head coach Butch Goncharoff playing a leading role in major infractions. That was the finding of an independent investigation commissioned by the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association. Details of the 68-page report were made public on Tuesday.

  • Softball Players Suspended for Alleged Hazing

    by Joohyun Jung April 2016

    Eight students on Cienega High School's softball team were suspended after they tried to pull a prank on newer varsity members during an away game. School and district officials are treating the incident as hazing, said Darcy Mentone, Vail school district's spokeswoman. "We really wanted to make sure that we took it seriously."