Programming: High School
Opinion: Should an 0-10 Team Make HS Football Playoffs?
by Greg Rajan, Corpus Christi Caller-Times November 2014
There’s a notion that playoff time is the most special time of year, no matter the sport. But unless you like extremely one-sided games, there really wasn’t anything special about the first week of the high school football playoffs. The numbers are in from the bi-district round, and they’re not pretty.
HS Football Team Rides 57 Straight Losses into Playoffs
by Andrew Brandt November 2014
In the midst of a 57-game losing streak and an 0-10 season, the Houston Scarborough Spartans are getting into the Texas high school football playoffs.
Florida's First HS Bowl Games Preparing to Kick Off
by Jim Halley, @jimhalley, USA TODAY Sports November 2014
College teams have played postseason football since 1902, but this season, for the first time, six high school state champions will go to bowl games.
Storm Threat Has Minn. ADs Prepping for Playoff Changes
by PAUL KLAUDA; STAFF WRITER, STAR TRIBUNE (Mpls.-St. Paul) November 2014
"A good possibility'' exists that some of the 14 games set for Thursday through Saturday will be moved to different dates or sites, a top Minnesota State High School League official said Monday.
Opinion: No Need for Alternate Uniforms at Prep Level
by Record Searchlight (Redding, California) November 2014
The clothes don’t make the man (or the woman). Remember that, prep sports fans. We are undoubtedly living in the era where the uniform means almost as much as a team’s record.
Sayreville Hazing: Accused Won't Be Tried as Adults
by Michael Boren; Inquirer Staff Writer November 2014
Seven Sayreville (N.J.) High School football players embroiled in a hazing scandal that prompted the cancellation of the team's season will not be tried in court as adults, the Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office said Monday.
High School's 'Athletes Against Bullying' Club a Model
by Rita Giordano; Inquirer Staff Writer November 2014
Athletes Against Bullyingl teaches athletes to be positive role models and help raise awareness about bullying.
Will Status Quo on Participation Fees Lead to Attrition?
by Steven Matthews November 2014
Tuesday's failure of the Huber Heights school levy means that participation fees - believed to be the highest in the Dayton area - will remain the same for student-athletes in grades 7-12.
Basketball Players Back JV Coach at Board Meeting
by Stephanie Hacke November 2014
More than a dozen Baldwin High School junior varsity basketball players stood together Wednesday night to support a coach they say has helped them more than just on the court.
Indoor Soccer Complex Draws Ire as State Tourney Site
by MARK SMITH ASSISTANT SPORTS EDITOR November 2014
They did build it - in fact, they rebuilt it - and they did come. But, many - probably most - would like to leave the APS Soccer Complex behind when it comes to the state tournament.