• Petition Aims to Reinstate Shelved HS Football Program

    by Adam Lichtenstein June 2018

    An Oxbridge Academy player and his mother, upset with the school's decision to shut down the football program, have started a petition to bring the team back.

  • Football Program Suspended for Lack of Players

    by Adam Lichtenstein June 2018

    The reigning Class 3A state runner-up will not play high school football in 2018. The Oxbridge Academy football program has been shut down for the upcoming season, according to the school. "This was not an easy decision for us," Oxbridge Athletic Director Patrick Hollern said in a news release. "For the past six years, we have been fully committed to a football program, built on the values of character development, athletic and academic excellence, and service to the community. Like many football programs around the country, we are experiencing a decline in participation rates. "At this time, we no longer have an adequate number of football players to sustain a safe football program. We remain committed to our athletic department and teams, building upon what has become one of the most consistently successful athletic programs in South Florida. Our athletic department creates many opportunities, which result in exceptional college placements for our student-athletes in all our sports."

  • Dayton School Board Rebukes Popular Coach with Hire

    by Jeremy Kelley June 2018

    Dayton's school board on Tuesday hired Corey Freed as the new coach of Dunbar's football team, despite a large outpouring of support for Darran Powell, who has coached the team the past five years.

  • High School to Install New $130K Gym Floor

    by Justin Mattingly June 2018

    A revitalized gym floor at Huguenot (Va.) High School is set to be installed by the end of August and will cost more than $130,000. Richmond Public Schools Chief Operating Officer Darin Simmons said at Monday night's School Board meeting that the city and school division decided to install a new floor over a new "moisture-locking membrane." He added that the process for installing the new membrane and new floor will take six to eight weeks, with the cost totaling $131,331.

  • Groundbreaking Held for $6.6M High School Pool Project

    by Craig Shultz June 2018

    No one has dipped a toe in yet — in fact, there’s not even a hole in the ground — but anticipation is growing for the swimming pool that will be built at San Jacinto High School.

  • Board Upholds Decision to Fire Coach Amid Grading Scandal

    by Jennifer Pignolet June 2018

    The Shelby County Schools board voted 7-1 Wednesday to uphold the termination of former football coach Teli White.

  • OHSAA Addresses Penalties Handed to Dayton HS

    by Marc Pendleton June 2018

    The OHSAA releases its penalties against schools every month. These are schools, programs, teams or individuals who have violated OHSAA bylaws or sports regulations.

  • Pennsylvania Legislator Proposes HS Playoff Plan

    by Mike Gross June 2018

    State Sen. Scott Martin wants to reform high school sports in Pennsylvania. He wants to do it through the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association, without legislation or lawsuits, and especially without the terms "public'' and "private'' schools.

  • New HS Conference Plans for Debut

    by Chicago Daily Herald June 2018

    On April 23, principals, athletic directors and head coaches from Batavia, Geneva, Glenbard North, Lake Park, St. Charles East, St. Charles North, Wheaton North and Wheaton Warrenville South met at Batavia.

  • HS Appeals Baseball Forfeit After Pitching Violation

    by Jami Frankenberry May 2018

    The Class 5 Region A baseball championship game will be played tonight, but whether Hickory or Maury will be in the dugout opposite Menchville remained a mystery heading into Wednesday night.