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February 5, 2010

Bowling Team Reinstated After Economics Improve

Now that the economics have improved slightly in the Round Lake School District (Ill.), the once powerful girls bowling team has been reinstated. In 1990-91, the team placed ninth at state, then was dismantled due to economic problems. Now, the squad...

February 3, 2010

BCS National Championship Featured 2 CoachComm Tempest Schools

For the first time ever, both BCS National Championship football schools were outfitted with CoachComm’s Tempest NG® system for all of its sideline communication. Tempest NG manages an eight-channel wireless intercom system that operates up...

February 3, 2010

Bay Area Lawmakers Want Strict Concussion Rules

Coming on the heels of a San Jose student nearly died due to a blow to the head during a Thanksgiving Day football game, two Bay Area, Calif., lawmakers want to pass a new law that requires players who had suffered a concussion to obtain a doctor&rsq...

February 3, 2010

FieldTurf Launches Duraspine PRO

FieldTurf has announced the launch of Duraspine PRO, a combination of the most durable, yet softest artificial turf fibers and the same patented infill system that has been the choice of sports organizations representing 3,500 fields worldwide.http:/...

February 3, 2010

Basketball Coach Makes No Excuses In Losing 65-0

Saying that "shots just weren’t going in," Wrenshall (Minn) High girls basketball coach Michelle Blanchard made no excuses why her squad lost 65-0 last week to Moose Lake-Willow River. MLWR played its junior varsity players for most of the seco...

February 3, 2010

Athletes Face Felony Charges After Hazing

Two football players from Huntley Project High School (Mont.) are facing felony charges for striking a younger player with a piece of wood. The assault was part of a hazing incident.

February 3, 2010

Alabama Volleyball Coach Greene To Retire

Judy Green, who led her University of Alabama women’s volleyball team to its first NCAA Tournament selection in 2005, is going to retire at season’s end. She has coached the Crimson Tide for 15 seasons.

February 3, 2010

After 44 Years, Kentucky’s Winningest Football Coach Retires

Bob Schneider, the head football coach at Newport Central Catholic and the all-time leader in wins in Kentucky high school football history, is retiring after 44 years. He cited health concerns as the reason. Schneider, 72, had open-heart surgery in ...

February 3, 2010

AFCA Announces 2009 Coach Of The Year

The American Football Coaches Association announces its 2009 AFCA Coach of the Year awards this past week at it annual convention. The winners in their respective categories are: Gary Patterson, TCU; Andy Talley, Villanova; Mel Tjeerdsma, Northwest M...

February 3, 2010

43-Year Wrestling Coach To Be Honored

Bob Kinloch, who retired last year as head wrestling coach at Central High (Springfield, Mo.) after a 43-year career, will be honored for his achievements during the Springfield Holiday Tournament, which will be renamed in his honor.