• Sponsored Video: Why One AD Replaced His Year-Old Scoreboard

    by AB Editors October 2017

    This sponsored content was paid for by ScoreVision. What is sponsored content?

    After only one year using a brand-new single-function scoreboard and video display, Millard West High School in Omaha, NE determined it wasn’t meeting their needs. They reached out to ScoreVision to provide them with a new state-of-the-art, all-inclusive, multi-media LED jumbotron display and software system, giving students and athletes more robust functionality and saving AD Chris Loofe hours of setup time per game.

  • Study: Laws Help Reduce Concussion Repeats

    by Courtney Cameron October 2017

    Over the past 10 years, all 50 states and the District of Columbia have passed new laws governing head injury protocol in youth sports. The majority of those laws include requirements for educating coaches, athletes, trainers and parents about the effects of concussions, removing young athletes from play following a concussion, and being cleared to play by medical personnel.

  • More Girls on High School Football Rosters

    by Laura Albanese October 2017

    Amber Seifts' hands shook as she stepped onto the football field, the deafening Centereach High School homecoming crowd roaring behind her.

  • At This High School, Players Enter Field Carrying Flags

    by Mike Lee October 2017

    The Class 2A Bronte Longhorns have yet to win a football game this season, but they scored a big off-field victory with their fans prior to last month's homecoming game against Irion County.

  • Prep Coach Accused of Encouraging Taunts Dismissed

    by Sun Journal October 2017

    The varsity football coach at Gray-New Gloucester High has been dismissed for allegedly instructing his players to taunt a Yarmouth player about having two mothers...

  • Superintendent on Racial Incident: We Have a Problem

    by Colt Shaw October 2017

    The ugly racial incidents at a Quakertown Community High School football game didn't just hurt the black students from Cheltenham High School who were the targets of racial epithets, in the view of one Quakertown student leader.

  • From Title IX Roots, HS Slowpitch Sees Steady Growth

    by Dave Nichols October 2017

    University High athletic director and Greater Spokane League softball coordinator Ken VanSickle says it's a myth that slowpitch messes up a fastpitch swing.

  • New Product Roundup: Striping Machines | Exercise Bikes | Starting Blocks

    by Courtney Cameron October 2017

    Check out the newest products as seen in the October 2017 issue.

  • Football Season to Continue for Team Rocked by Hazing

    by Rosana Hughes October 2017

    Grundy County High School's football team will play out the remainder of the season despite five players being held on house arrest after they were charged with attempted aggravated rape.

  • Opinion: Area's Latest Hazing an Act of 'Pure Evil'

    by Jay Greeson October 2017

    By now, we should all have had enough of the hatred that becomes violence that becomes the unthinkable.