• HS Creates Diversity Group After Players Kneel

    by Andy Berg November 2017

    Four high school football players in Michigan who knelt during the national anthem have prompted their school and community to address some thorny issues.

  • Prep Football Coach Resigns Due to Online Threats

    by Courtney Cameron November 2017

    Following a 48-0 loss against Fairfield Friday, Middletown (Ohio) High School football coach Lance Engleka tendered his resignation citing an unsafe working environment.

  • 2017 Excellence in Youth Sports Award Winner: Fort Sill CYS Youth Sports and Fitness

    by AB Staff October 2017

    At Fort Sill CYS Youth Sports and Fitness in Oklahoma there’s certainly something for everyone when it comes to its youth sports programming, thanks to a creative staff that continually finds ways to keep kids active, engaged and having fun.

  • Fans Embrace Spurs' Call for Unity, Equality

    by Andy Berg October 2017

    Fans at the AT&T Center in San Antonio embraced a call for unity and equality posted on the arena’s message board before Wednesday night's matchup between the Spurs and Minnesota Timberwolves.

  • Homecoming Events Forfeited Over Racist Social Share

    by Courtney Cameron October 2017

    With a unanimous vote Thursday evening, the Meade School Board of Sturgis, S.D., made the decision to forfeit Sturgis Brown High School's homecoming football game against Pine Ridge and cancel the corresponding parade and dance.

  • Microchips Suggested as Anti-Doping Solution

    by Andy Berg October 2017

    Microchips are used to track lost pets, so why can’t they be used to mitigate doping in professional sports?

  • College QB Kicked Off Team for Taking Anthem Knee

    by Andy Berg October 2017

    A college quarterback from a Division III school has been relieved of his duties after he knelt during the national anthem.

  • High School Coach Responds to Racist Snapchat Post

    by Andy Berg October 2017

    A high school coach in Iowa is responding to racial slurs posted to social media and directed at one of his players who knelt during national anthem.

  • How Effective is Posting HS Fan Conduct Codes?

    by Jay Hammes October 2017

    The next time you order from take a good look at the box. That arrow in the logo that connects “A” to “Z” doubles as a smile with a dimple, already suggesting you will be happy with what’s inside. Once you notice the smile in that arrow, you’ll never look at the Amazon logo the same way again.

  • Superintendent: Student-Athletes Must Stand for Anthem

    by Courtney Cameron September 2017

    Thirty-four schools in Bossier Parish, La., ranging from elementary to high school, have been encouraged by the district superintendent to require student-athletes to stand while the national anthem plays at school-sponsored events.