Trap shooting is a fast-growing high school sport
La Crosse Tribune
“The sport will get bigger and bigger as the years go on and people find out more about it. The growth, even at this point, is phenomenal. I was super surprised by this year when we had like 50 people. I almost couldn't believe it.” The Central/Logan ...

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Press of Atlantic City

Some high school athletes still see benefits of playing multiple sports
Press of Atlantic City
Gary Nagle has a simple answer when asked to name his favorite sport. “My favorite sport,” the Middle Township High School senior says, “is the one I'm playing.” Nagle made more than 70 tackles for the Panthers' football team last fall. He won more ...
Longtime official Stan Evans to join Rapid City Sports Hall of FameRapid City Journal

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DesMoinesRegister.com

25 Photos: Hawkeye Football Youth Camp at Johnston Middle School
DesMoinesRegister.com
Hawkeye football players Austin Kelly and Ivory Kelly-Martin run kids through a drill during a Hawkeyes Youth Camp at Johnston Middle School Saturday, May 5, 2018. by Taboola by Taboola. AD CONTENT. Tophatter · It's Like eBay, But Everything Sells in ...


Dayton Daily News

Timeline: Dayton schools rode sports roller coaster since 2016
Dayton Daily News
May 3 – A districtwide email from Lolli says Baker is out as district AD next year, to be replaced by Wright Brothers Middle School Principal Shawna Welch. Baker argues the athletic department is in a better place than when he started. He touts better ...

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PASA To Celebrate Sports Partners
Rhode Island Public Radio
The Providence After School Alliance is one of the heroes of the beleaguered education system in Rhode Island's capital city. PASA provides programming in the arts, STEM subjects, and sports to 1,500 students in five middle schools and two high schools ...


Worcester Mag

Feature: The Case For Middle School Sports: Can City Hoops Spark A Rebound?
Worcester Mag
A graduate of Shepherd Hill Regional High School, she had the opportunity many children have: to play any number of sports at the middle school level, not to mention the means to sign up for often-costly and largely parent-funded travel teams. A ...


Concord Monitor

A roundup of local sports briefs, news and announcements
Concord Monitor
The Bow Constantly Pizza Cardinals defeated Hopkinton Convenient MD, 11-9. Owen Webber pitched two shutout innings and scored two runs for Bow, while Aiden Ciminesi went 2-for-3 with an RBI and two runs scored and Roy Zahn reached base twice. Hopkinton ...


WSET

Lynchburg middle school teacher sports Mohawk after students pass SOLs
WSET
LYNCHBURG, Va. (WSET) -- A middle school English teacher proved she means what she says to her 6th grade class at Linkhorne Middle. Elizabeth Short made a deal with her students, if so many of them did well on standardized tests last week she'd cut her ...


SPORTS BRIEFS: South Bend Cubs to take applications for scholarships
nwitimes.com
South Bend Cubs to take applications for scholarships: The South Bend Cubs are accepting applications from college-bound softball and baseball players from the 11 counties surrounding Four Winds Field in South Bend for several $5,000 scholarships. The ...

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ThisWeek Community News

Wrestling: Kilbourne's Shaut retires from coaching
ThisWeek Community News
“When I took over the youth program was Worthington-wide and run by Thomas,” Shaut said. “We started our own youth program and moved the middle school practices and youth practices to Kilbourne so that all the coaches would be on the same page. “Next ...


This middle school lacrosse coach complaining to parents about Fortnite is really something
USA TODAY High School Sports
In case you've been trapped under a rock, the Fortnite video game has emerged as a bona fide multiplayer global obsession, with gamers everywhere. With the typical demographics of the gaming community, that absolutely includes middle and high schoolers ...


NFL.com

JJ Watt gives $10K in sports equipment to middle school
NFL.com
The Checkdown's daily collection of football culture stories for May 4, 2018. This is The Extra Point. 1. The J.J. Watt Foundation donated nearly $10,000 in athletic equipment to Horace Mann Junior High in Baytown, Texas. In addition to equipment, new ...


USA TODAY High School Sports

Miss. middle school coach arrested for meth, allegedly filmed teenage girls in locker room
USA TODAY High School Sports
A Mississippi basketball coach was arrested in connection with a remarkable trifecta of illegal, disorienting debauchery: he allegedly was caught filming teenage girls in their locker room, and when he was questioned about it he was found to be drunk ...

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State Gazette

Hubbs to take over Northview Lady Choctaws hoops
State Gazette
“I also like Coach Hubbs. “He's a high-character, disciplined guy.” Hubbs talked about what he can do for the program he takes over after previous coach Beth Ann Pope stepped down in late April following a successful tenure with the Lady Choctaws. “We ...


City supports more school resource officers
Minot Daily News
Of everything I have seen happening in our community in relationship between the school and the city, this is one of the strongest connections we have because it's making a difference for our kids and it's making our schools safer places.” The ...


Concord Monitor

A roundup of local sports briefs, news and announcements
Concord Monitor
The Merrimack Valley Middle School softball team lost to Hollis Brookline. Livi LaCasse threw 13 strikeouts for MV. Nora Navoy scored a run while Kristen Therrien and Justyne Hoyt had hits. Catcher Addy Allen made a nice play to throw a runner out on ...


The San Diego Union-Tribune

Sister's volleyball idea paying off for Westview senior
The San Diego Union-Tribune
“It's kind of sad to be leaving high school. My time at Westview has gone by so quickly, but at least I have four more years of volleyball ahead of me.” Jason helps Amonette spread the word about volleyball through a service project at Mesa Verde ...

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MLive.com

Low on numbers, tradition-rich programs promote eighth graders to varsity
MLive.com
But when it comes to high school sports, they are varsity-ready -- even though they are only in eighth grade. Kontes and Costilla made history at their high school -- before they got a high school locker, ate a high school lunch or attended a high ...


MontanaSports

MHSA op-ed: Athletes should be encouraged to play multiple sports
MontanaSports
But not all injuries are caused by a twist, fall, collision or accident. Many are caused when young athletes repeat the same athletic activity so often that muscles, ligaments, tendons and bones don't have time to recover, especially among middle ...

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Fontana Herald-News

Almeria Middle School students take third place in national archery finals
Fontana Herald-News
Almeria Middle School took third place in the national archery finals. Participants included (back row) Gary Worth, teacher Wanda Heraldez, Nathan Lopez, Adriel De Lira, Sierra Lesnikowski, and Nathaniel Anaya; (front row) Jordan Dodge, Austin Larson ...

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