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  • Prep Basketball Shot Clock Back on NFHS Agenda

    by Christopher Kamrani The Salt Lake Tribune March 2014

    The boos rained down at the Dee Events Center. Most fans had no idea how to process the moment in last March 1 when Brighton's Bryce Callahan stood in front of center court on the campus of Weber State University and simply held the ball. Staring at him and waiting were Lone Peak stars Nick Emery, TJ Haws and Eric Mika. It was a seven-minute stall implemented in hopes that the Bengals would have a shot at puncturing the immortality of last year's Lone Peak team. It didn't work, as the Knights rolled past Brighton in the second half, but it was a watershed moment for those advocating implementing a shot clock in high school basketball.

  • Deal Sought Regarding Guns in W.Va. Rec Centers

    by MATT MURPHY, DAILY MAIL STAFF March 2014

    Charleston Mayor Danny Jones told city council members Monday night he wants council to consider removing the city's 21-year-old gun ordinance concerning firearm sales.

  • Little League Gets Lights; Neighbor Wants Guidelines

    by Nick Kotsopoulos, TELEGRAM & GAZETTE STAFF March 2014

    The three-member Naming and Land Use subcommittee approved the planned improvements, which include various field and streetscape upgrades, after receiving assurances from league representatives that the field lighting would be directed in such a way so it has little, if any, impact on nearby homes.

  • Team Stripped of 24 Wins and Title Allowed to Play On

    by Michael O'Brien March 2014

    On Monday, the Condors were cleared to play in the Illinois High School Association state playoffs.

  • WAC Suspends Two Players Involved in Post-Game Brawl

    by Super User March 2014

    A wild postgame brawl following a contentious game between Utah Valley and New Mexico State highlighted the risks when fans and players collide. The Western Athletic Conference suspended New Mexico State junior guard K.C. Ross-Miller for two games and senior forward Renaldo Dixon for one for violating the league's sportsmanship policy following its review of the melee Thursday night in Orem, Utah. Ross-Miller hurled the ball at Utah Valley's Holton Hunsaker seconds after the Wolverines' 66-61 victory over the Aggies. The ball hit Hunsaker - the son of Utah Valley coach Dick Hunsaker - in the leg. Some of the fans who stormed the court following the victory got caught up in the chaos and punches were thrown.

  • NCAA Football Committee to Reconsider Slowdown Rule

    by George Schroeder, USA TODAY Sports February 2014

    Members of the committee plan to discuss the proposal, which would require a 10-second delay before offenses could snap the ball, before it goes to the Playing Rules Oversight Panel on Thursday.

  • Poll: Only 25 of 128 FBS Coaches Favor Slow-Down Rule

    by Staff and wire services February 2014

    The proposal, if passed, would prohibit teams from snapping the ball until at least 10 seconds had expired from the 40-second play clock, which would allow defenses time to substitute.

  • Coming to a Scoreboard Near You: Ads for Healthy Foods

    by MARY CLARE JALONICK, STAR TRIBUNE February 2014

    Even the scoreboards in high school gyms will have to advertise only healthy foods under new rules announced Tuesday by the Obama administration.

  • ADs Become PIs When Sorting Out HS Athlete Eligibility

    by MIKE KASZUBA; STAFF WRITER, STAR TRIBUNE February 2014

    For high school athletic directors in Minnesota, figuring out whether an athlete is eligible to play sports has never been more difficult. As cases involving athletes who move to a new school become more complex - and raise more questions - some athletic directors say they are often taking on the role of a private detective. They check divorce records and even utility bills to see whether students are indeed living where they claim to be. "You have to pry," said Mark Solberg, the activities director at Cambridge-Isanti High School. Two recent cases, including eligibility questions that forced Achiever Academy, an online hockey school in the Twin Cities, to drop out of the girls' hockey state tournament playoffs, have pushed the envelope on a complicated topic.

  • No Post-Season for Three Teams that Overscheduled

    by Daily Herald report February 2014

    The Illinois High School Association has announced that Bogan High School, Hyde Park and Uplift High Schools, all in Chicago, have violated IHSA rules that limit the number of regular-season boys basketball games and tournaments teams can play.