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Complaints Lead to Revocation of Team's Gym Access Amid a dispute over an unsanctioned team using county basketball courts without permission, Ringgold Youth Sports Association's president handed his key to the facility to Catoosa County on Thursday. read more
Former Student-Athlete Files $102M Defamation Suit Liberty University in Lynchburg, Va., is being sued by a former student athlete seeking damages in excess of $102 million for emotional distress, loss of athletic opportunities and damage to his reputation. read more
In Wake of Penalties, Athletic Director Renews Contract Dayton's school board approved a two-year contract renewal for district athletic director Mark Baker, in the wake of major state penalties imposed on Dayton Public Schools athletic programs. read more
WIAA Approves Concussion Insurance for Student-Athletes Tuesday the WIAA Board of Control unanimously approved a policy with Dissinger Reed. The HeadStrong Concussion Insurance Program will provide athletes in grades 6-12 with up to $25,000 of coverage per injury. read more
Competitive Boxing Mulls Hijab-Inclusive Uniform Policy This weekend, 16-year-old Amaiya Zafar will box in her first competitive match in Minnesota. After three-and-a-half years of focused training, Zafar was granted a religious exemption last week by national governing body USA boxing to compete wearing a hijab. read more
Sankey: Recruiting Rules 'Unhealthy' for College Football The SEC commissioner provided his thoughts on the sweeping recruiting package the NCAA's Division I council recently approved when he spoke at Monday's Associated Press Sports Editor's Southeast Region meeting. read more