Programming: High School
Private Prep Schools Invest in Athletics to Stay Competitive
by Donna Goodison May 2015
Major athletic facility upgrades are in the works for Boston-area private schools as they seek to answer student and parent demand and stay competitive.
Prep Coach-Athlete Recruiting Meeting Brings Probation
by Ward Gossett Chattanooga Times Free Press May 2015
Cleveland High School has been placed on probation and fined, along with other penalties, by the TSSAA for recruiting violations.
Alleged Hazer to Sue Sayreville High School, Police
by Laura Godlewski May 2015
One of the seven Sayreville football players arrested after alleged hazing and sexual assault incidents will file a civil rights suit for damages resulting from his arrest and suspension.
Opinion: SCHSL Rule Change Will Hurt Smaller Schools
by email@example.com May 2015
As football coach at tiny St. John's High School, Brad Bowles relied on the 8-quarter rule in order to field a full varsity squad on Friday nights.
Schools Turn to Other Sources to Fund Athletic Upgrades
by Patrick Leary, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel May 2015
It didn't take long for the video to go viral. Arrowhead High School in Hartland had just completed new $662,000 locker rooms for its basketball teams, and posted a time-lapse look at what it billed as "the best high school locker rooms in the country."
Team Completes State Meet as Coach Falls Ill, Dies
by Scott Clair, Naples Daily News May 2015
It was a day of victory for Barron Collier’s Brandon Cachon, but a day of tremendous loss for the entire Southwest Florida running community at the Class 3A track and field championships on Saturday in Jacksonville.
District Residents Invited to Forum on 'Indians' Mascot
by Doug Harlow May 2015
Only residents of the school district and state legislators will be allowed to speak at a public hearing-style forum Monday night on continued use of the Indian image and name "Indians" for the high school sports mascot.
Response to 'Scary' Girls' Soccer Injury Praised
by Scott Kaniewski, The Gazette May 2015
A Widefield girls' soccer player is home safe if not seriously sore after being wheeled off the field Thursday night by ambulance.
The AB Extra: May 1
by Laura Godlewski May 2015
Our weekly recap of news and notes from around the athletic, fitness and recreation industries. This week features news on a selfie-stick ban at Wimbledon, a stationary bike that will let you wash your clothes as your ride, and an 89 year-old Kansas University alumni and former football player who scored a touchdown in their spring football game.
Maine Goes to Five Enrollment Classes for Basketball
by Tom Chard, Staff Writer May 2015
The Maine Principals' Association approved the most sweeping change to high school basketball in generations Thursday, expanding the annual postseason tournaments to five enrollment classes.