.

News

February 8, 2010

Wilkins, 4th In N.J. In Football Wins, Retires

Doug Wilkins has retired as football coach from Mountain Lakes High (N.J.) after 44 seasons. He won eight state titles and is fourth all-time in New Jersey in victories (328).http://www.dailyrecord.com/article/20100204/UPDATES01/100204014/Mountain-La...

February 8, 2010

Basketball Coach, Parents Perform CPR On Player

El Cerrito High (Calif.) boys basketball coach Michael Booker and some parents performed CPR on a player after he suffered a seizure on the bench late in a game last week. Booker is a Richmond police lieutenant and was joined by a firefighter, nurse ...

February 5, 2010

Sand Volleyball Survives NCAA Vote

Beach volleyball can be played as a Division I sport starting next year. Called "sand volleyball," the sport survived an NCAA vote in which 58 percent of voters cast a vote against the sport. However, a "no" vote of 62.5 percent was needed to elimina...

February 5, 2010

Robert Johnson Is NFL HS Coach Of The Year

Robert Johnson, head football coach at Mission Viejo High (Calif.) is the NFL’s high school football coach of the year. John receives $5,000 and a trip to the Super Bowl. He was nominated by New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez and Seattle Se...

February 5, 2010

Public Field Exclusively Used For Private School Draws Criticism

A public field being used exclusively for a private school’s football team is drawing criticism in Rhode Island. Parents of public school students say that Saint Raphael school is the alma mater of several city and state power brokers and that ...

February 5, 2010

Profile Of A Female Coach Of A Boys Varsity Hoops Team

It’s rare to see a woman as the head coach of a boys varsity team, especially basketball, but Kelly Anderson is challenging stereotypes at Ulen-Hitterdal High (Minn.) Only 63 women coached the 2,865 boys varsity teams in the state last year wit...

February 5, 2010

Power Systems Donating Part Of Profits To Haiti Relief

Power Systems, Inc., a fitness and sports performance equipment supplier based in Knoxville, Tenn., is reaching out to its customers and giving them the opportunity to participate with the company in contributing money to the American Red Cross for H...

February 5, 2010

Notre Dame’s McGraw Wins No. 600

Muffet McGraw, the head women’s coach at Notre Dame, won her 600th career game Tuesday with a 78-60 victory over Louisville. She has coached 28 seasons, including 23 at Notre Dame.http://www.southbendtribune.com/article/20100119/SPORTS13/100119...