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July 19, 2017

Oregon HS reaches tentative settlement in Title IX lawsuit

The Lake Oswego School District in Oregon will upgrade its softball team's facilities as part of a settlement that was tentatively reached this week in a 2016 Title IX lawsuit. Ten current and former Lake Oswego High School softball players filed ...

July 18, 2017

Kentucky mandates face protection for prep softball players

Kentucky on Tuesday became the first state to require high school softball pitchers, first basemen and third basemen to wear face protection on the field. [caption id="attachment_24405" align="alignleft" width="267"] High school softball pitchers ...

July 17, 2017

Christian McCaffrey: Playing multiple sports is ‘worth it’

NFL running back Christian McCaffrey was a four-sport athlete in high school, something he believes was critical to his development as a pro football player. McCaffrey, who was taken by the Carolina Panthers with the eighth overall pick in this ye...

July 17, 2017

Concordia University Irvine officially joins NCAA

From Concordia University Irvine IRVINE, Calif. — Concordia University Irvine (CUI) has received approval from the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) to become a full NCAA DII (Division II) member. The private nonprofit four-year u...

July 14, 2017

Florida high school football player dies after suffering heat stroke

A Florida high school football player died Monday, two weeks after suffering a heat stroke during one of the team's offseason workouts. Zachary Polsenberg, 16, collapsed during a June 29 workout, and his body core temperature registered at 107 deg...

July 12, 2017

Texas facing ‘crisis-level’ shortage of high school football referees

Texas, a state known for the competitive environment of high school football, is facing a serious shortage of officials just months before the 2017 season is scheduled to kick off. [caption id="attachment_17466" align="alignright" width="282"] Pho...

July 11, 2017

Survey: 79% of Ala. HS coaches believe recruiting is ‘widespread’

The majority of high school coaches in Alabama believe that illegal recruiting across the state is "widespread," according to a recent survey from AL.com. [caption id="attachment_24339" align="alignright" width="287"] Photo: Joe Mabel[/caption] ...

July 11, 2017

Former MLB player Coco Crisp accepts high school coaching job

Former professional baseball player Coco Crisp has reportedly accepted a job coaching high school baseball in southern California. [caption id="attachment_24327" align="alignright" width="241"] Coco Crisp in 2007 as a member of the Boston Red Sox....