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moline
April 13, 2021

Police Complete Investigation into Moline Football Racist Video

The police's investigation into the Moline (IL) High School football team and a video that depicted a racist scene in a locker room has been completed. The information has been turned over to Rock Island County State's Attorney Dora Villarreal for re...


flag football
April 8, 2021

AHSAA Approves Girls Flag Football for Fall 2021

Girls flag football will be taking the field in Alabama for the Fall 2021 season. The Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA) announced earlier this week that the sport will become an officially sanctioned sport, according to a report fro...


masks
April 7, 2021

Track Coach Fired for Refusing to Force Athletes to Wear Masks

A New Hampshire high school track and field coach was fired earlier this week for not making his student-athletes wear masks. Brad Keyes, a third-year track and field coach at Pembroke Academy, penned a letter to his athletic director, Fred Vezina...


delaware
April 6, 2021

Delaware Women’s Lax Season Ends After Violating COVID Ordinance

Over the weekend, the University of Delaware women's lacrosse team announced it canceled the remainder of the 2021 season after the athletic department said the team hosted an off-campus gathering in mid-March. In the statement from the athletic d...


nil
April 5, 2021

NCAA Athletic Directors Weigh In on Student-Athlete NIL

In a recent survey from the Associated Press, NCAA Division I athletic directors are concerned about complying with Title IX rules if schools were to compensate student-athletes in the biggest money-making sports. In fact, 94 percent of responding...


referees
April 1, 2021

Seattle-Area Referees Make Recruitment Push After 38 Percent Drop

High school basketball officials are teaming up to help recruit new referees after the COVID-19 pandemic has decimated the amount available to work in the area. According to a recent story on ScorebookLive.com, the number of referees in the greate...


anti-semetic
March 31, 2021

Duxbury School District Wrapped in New Lawsuit, Following Football Fallout

In the wake of the school's football program under the national spotlight for using anti-Semitic language during in-game play calls, the Duxbury (MA) school officials are denying alleged claims they "failed to take reasonable steps" to thwart repeate...


ranney
March 30, 2021

Ranney School’s 80,000 sq ft. Outdoor Facelift

On the campus of a school that prides itself on producing the best and brightest of the future, it’s only fitting that the Ranney School provides its students with state-of-the-art facilities.  The independent, co-ed, secular college preparator...


michigan
March 29, 2021

1-Win Michigan Basketball Team Claims District Title

It's not the size of the dog in the fight, but the size of the fight in the dog. We've all heard this cliche before, but perhaps no team has epitomized the phrase more than the Mason Country Central (MI) boys basketball team. According to a rec...


transgender
March 25, 2021

Continuing the Conversation on Transgender Student-Athletes

When Ryan Socolow decided he was ready to tell his Endicott Gulls women’s lacrosse teammates he was a transgender athlete, he decided to inform coaches and teammates at a team meeting in the Fall of 2013 — his senior year. The response was much d...