• School District to Invest $900K to Light Sports Fields

    by Megan Nicolai, Staff Writer February 2015

    Student athletes at Corona del Mar High School won't have to call it quits at sundown after the district chose Tuesday to add field lighting to proposed improvements for the school's sports fields.

  • TSSAA Wrestling Event to Remain at Primitive Ag Facility

    by Ward Gossett, Chattanooga Times Free Press February 2015

    Staff Writer FRANKLIN, Tenn. -- There are several issues facing the Tennessee wrestling community, and TSSAA executive assistant Mark Reeves discussed those issues and the state of wrestling in the state.

  • Middle School Football Void Hindering High School

    by Jeff Hartsell, Post & Courier (Charleston, SC) February 2015

    How long has it been since a Charleston County high school won a state championship in football?

  • Proposal to Revamp NJ Football Seeding Shot Down

    by Phil Anastasia; Inquirer Staff Writer February 2015

    Reversing field, the NJSIAA football committee has shot down a proposal by the state's football coaches to revamp the seeding process for the public-school playoffs.

  • IHSAA Penalizes Teams Involved in Basketball Brawl

    by Paul Steinbach February 2015

    The Indiana High School Athletic Association on Tuesday cancelled the seasons of boys’ basketball teams involved in a Feb. 10 brawl, video of which went viral.

    In addition, the rival programs from Hammond and Griffith high schools have been placed on probation for the 2015-16 season. Other penalties include mandatory completion by coaches and players of online courses administered by the National Federation of State High School Associations and a $500 per-game reimbursement to other schools scheduled to host the teams yet this season.


    The game, which Hammond led 4-0 with 5:32 remaining in the first quarter, was ruled a double forfeit.

  • Why Aren't Women Applying to Be HS Hoops Coaches?

    by Poody Walsh, Poody Walsh Valley News Correspondent February 2015

    In the Upper Connecticut River Valley, Stevens' Ivy Desilets is the only woman who is the head coach of a varsity girls program these days. And there are very few throughout New Hampshire and Vermont.

  • Coatesville Staff Sees Major Shakeup Post-Scandal

    by Michaelle Bond; Inquirer Staff Writer February 2015

    The school district has reassigned staff members, eliminated some jobs, and suspended staff members with the intent to dismiss as a result of its internal investigation into district management.

  • Former Homeless Athlete Granted Prep Sports Eligibility

    by T.J. Holmes February 2015

    The California Interscholastic Federation on Monday granted Trinity High School fifth-year senior Zach Sanchez athletic eligibility for the remainder of the school year as long as he keeps his grades in good standing, according to a news release.

  • Prep Coach Resigns Amid Eligibility Sabotage Claims

    by Matt Breen; Inquirer Staff Writer February 2015

    Archbishop Wood girls' basketball coach John Gallagher announced his resignation on Monday afternoon amid allegations that he sent anonymous e-mails to college coaches in an effort to ruin the NCAA eligibility of rival players.

  • Recent Repeat State Champion to Drop Wrestling

    by Phil Anastasia; Inquirer Staff Writer February 2015

    Bishop Eustace Prep, which won back-to-back state titles in 2008 and 2009, is planning to drop wrestling as a varsity sport at the end of this season, veteran coach Vince Angelucci confirmed Monday.