Programming: High School
- NJ HS Football Playoff Proposal Includes Bowl Games
by Phil Anastasia September 2017
"Bowl games" that will bring New Jersey one step shy of state championships for public-school football are among the highlights of a new proposal to change the format of the sport, starting in the 2018 season.
- New Jersey Mulls Instant Replay for Prep Football
by Andy Berg September 2017
New Jersey wants to get the call right.
The Garden State is considering a plan to implement instant replay at the high school level. According to a report from MyCentralJersey.com, the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletics Association is exploring a pilot program with a few schools that voluntarily agree to participate in the program.
Schools participating in the pilot would be required to have wireless tablets on the sidelines, where replays of game action from cameras in both end zones and the press box would be instantly available to referees.
NJSIAA assistant director Jack DuBois is set to ask for approval for the program from the National Federation of State High School Associations in the next couple days.
Carmine Picardo, the coordinator of football officials for NJSIAA, said that DuBois is going to try to feel the NFHS out and see if association leaders have any interest in replay review. “If they have an interest, we are going to sit down and write up a formal proposal to see if we can get them to give us permission next season to experiment with replay review,” Picardo told MyCentralJersey.com.
NJSIAA is considering a proposal that would include permission to review only plays involving fumbles, catches, touchdowns and out-of-bounds calls.Is instant replay necessary at the high school level?
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- Police Employ Pepper Spray to Disrupt Field Brawl
by Courtney Cameron September 2017
Visiting football team Canyon Springs of North Las Vegas had just won Basic High School's homecoming game, 20-15, Friday night in Henderson, Nev., when a fight broke out between players at midfield.
- District Disciplines Football Players for Bullying
by Jim Baumbach September 2017
The Kings Park school district has disciplined several players on the junior varsity football team after an investigation into a locker room incident that Superintendent Timothy Eagen described as "bullying."
- Rockford Breaks Norms to Improve Access to Activity
by Mat Parker and Nick Povalitis September 2017
Rockford, Ill., has seen its share of challenges over the past couple of decades — from rising poverty and crime to declining education and population — but a paradigm shift toward access is proving pivotal for the city's students and citizens alike.
- Wisconsin HS Association Debates Adding Shot Clock
by Mark Stewart September 2017
Cost is a major concern. One price quoted during the meeting for a pair of clock was $3,400. Some also believe the addition of the shot clock is going to create a less attractive game and create more separation between the good and bad teams.
- Athletes Displaced by Harvey Allowed to Play for School
by Len Hayward September 2017
The University Interscholastic League on Tuesday responded to a request from area districts seeking a plan that would allow displaced kids to enroll in one school but still play for their home school while it was closed.
- High School Players Suspended After On-Field Fight
by Diana C. Nearhos September 2017
Emotions ran high between Fulton and Austin-East on Friday. Now, five players will pay for it by sitting out for a game.
- Video: Iowa Prep Coach, QB Comment on Racist Photo
by Andy Berg September 2017
Yesterday we ran a story about five football players at a high school in Iowa that had been kicked off their team after a picture surfaced on social media of the boys wearing white hoods while standing next to a burning cross. A confederate flag also featured prominently in the photo and one of the boys was holding a rifle.
- Las Vegas Steps Up for Stranded HS Football Team
by Jim Halley September 2017
Miami Central's traveling party of 69 players, parents and coaches are still in Las Vegas, waiting to see when they'll be able to get home and making phone calls home to check on relatives who stayed behind.