• High School Pleased with Girls Wrestling Invitational

    by Mike Garofola December 2018

    In 1990, there were 112 girls who participated nationwide in the sport of high school wrestling. Fast forward, and that number has grown to nearly 17,000 last season.

  • Video: HS Football Player Vandalizing Locker Room

    by Jason Scott December 2018

    High school athletics can bring out a lot of emotion, particularly for seniors with a lot on the line. Not all of that emotion is positive, however, as a football player at Sutter Union (Calif.) High School demonstrated after his team was defeated Dec. 1 in the Northern Section Championship title game by West Valley High School.

  • Baraboo Coach Resigned Amid Shock of Nazi Salute Pic

    by Paul Steinbach December 2018

    Once it went viral, it was hard to avoid seeing the prom photo showing a large group of Baraboo (Wis.) High School students seemingly giving a Nazi salute. Soon after Baraboo's varsity softball coach saw it, she took a stand and resigned.

  • How ScoreVision Basketball Video Scoreboards Elevate Basketball Season (Sponsored)

    by AB Editors December 2018

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

    Basketball season is underway! The competition is getting fierce, and fans across the country are experiencing a professional-level game-time experience at their local high school and college basketball games thanks to ScoreVision.

  • HS Players' Suit for Counseling Can Move Forward

    by Ellen Yan December 2018

    The families of three high school football players whose teammate was fatally struck by a 400-pound log during an offseason camp can move forward, a judge has ruled, with plans to sue the Sachem Central School District for allegedly failing to provide adequate mental health services to the teenagers. The families had 90 days after the August 2017 death of Joshua Mileto, 16, to file a notice of claim, the first step in suing a municipality. They instead waited until June, about seven months late, and the district sought to have the case thrown out.

  • Earthquake Sidelines, Displaces High School Athletes

    by Alaska Dispatch News December 2018

    High school athletes in Anchorage are sidelined and UAA teams are practicing off-campus in the aftermath of Friday's big earthquake.

  • Ex-Coach, Wife Fight Lawsuit Brought by Teen

    by Jamie Satterfield December 2018

    He wanted it. That's what the wife of a former South-Doyle High School football coach says about the teenage boy she lured into her marital bed after her husband invited him into their home, court records show. Kelsey McCarter, 29, is asking a Knox County Circuit Court judge to toss out a lawsuit filed against her and her husband - then South-Doyle assistant football coach Justin McCarter - by a 14-year-old boy who says she repeatedly molested him after he moved in with the couple.

  • Ex-Football Coach Charged with Larceny

    by Zachary R. Dowdy December 2018

    Former Sachem High School North head football coach David Falco, an alumnus who returned and led the program to a championship, was arraigned Friday on charges that he filed bogus timesheets to steal funds from the school  district he has served for decades, Suffolk County prosecutors said.

  • HS AD Reportedly in Hot Water Over 'Roughhousing'

    by Thomas J. Prohaska November 2018

    North Tonawanda School Superintendent Gregory J. Woytila said this week he intends to ask the Board of Education to terminate Jeff Alger, the school district's athletic director, at the board's meeting on Wednesday.

  • HS Threatened After Alum Turns Down Louisville Job

    by Jason Scott November 2018

    Passionate sports fans love their teams and often do crazy things in support of them, but the situation involving Purdue head coach Jeff Brohm is really something else.