• High School Soccer Team 'Adopts' Autistic Boy

    by Phil Anastasia; Inquirer Columnist September 2014

    Zach Osmun became a "Little Brother" of the Lenape team through a program administered by TOP Soccer, a community-based outreach organization that provides opportunities in the sport to special-needs youngsters.

  • High School Suspends 21 Athletes Amid Hazing Probe

    by Brian Rokos, Staff Writer September 2014

    Ayala High in Chino has suspended 21 varsity football players from school because of a hazing incident at a hotel while the team was in St. George, Utah.

  • Unruly Parents Cause Two HS Soccer Games to End Early


    Two varsity soccer games were stopped prematurely last weekend - one in Clovis, the other in Las Cruces - because of out-of-control parents.

  • HS Girls' Soccer Team Pays Visit to Injured Opponent

    by Marc Pendleton September 2014

    The Wayne High School girls soccer team came up with a big assist for Northwestern this past weekend.

  • Lady Vols Take Pride in Softball Loss to Challenger Team

    by Victor Lee, September 2014

    The Tennessee softball team had the best bad game in its history Thursday night, tripping and whiffing its way to a lopsided loss to a co-ed team from The Challenger League.

  • IHSA Bans Soccer Teams with High Yellow Card Totals

    by Brian Webster Staff Writer September 2014

    The Illinois High School Association's new rule will ban from postseason play any squad that accumulates 25 or more yellow cards during its regular schedule.

  • Columnist: Hawks Owner More Scoundrel Than Racist

    by DeWayne Wickham September 2014

    The majority owner of the Atlanta Hawks is the latest member of professional sports' ruling class to stumble into the national spotlight.

  • Rutgers AD Apologizes for Fans' Sandusky-Related Pics

    by Wire Reports September 2014

    The Scarlet Knights, making their Big Ten debut, hosted the Nittany Lions on Saturday night, and photos began making the rounds on Facebook and Twitter before the game

  • Feds Probe Small-College Baseball Program over Hazing

    by Mackenzie Mays, Staff Writer September 2014

    The U.S. Department of Education is investigating Davis & Elkins College after complaints arose regarding hazing and sexual harassment involving the school's baseball team.

  • Soccer League Debuts 'Respect the Game' Behavior Policy

    by Arizona Daily Star September 2014

    The vast Pima County Junior Soccer League, which has about 5,500 young players and more than 10,000 parents and family members, instituted a Respect the Game policy this year in which parental (and player) behavior is monitored.