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A Maryland girls' lacrosse team broke what is believed to be the national high school record for consecutive wins.Read More...

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Boise State's football program is launching a "blitz," visiting every high school in the state.Read More...

In January of 2013, the U.S. Department of Education issued a directive reminding schools that they are required by law to provide athletic opportunities for students with disabilities. This means coaches could be seeing more athletes like Josh Ruchotzke, who earned his way into the starting second baseman position at Farmington (Ill.) High School last season despite not having the lower parts of both his legs and most of his hands as the result of a bacterial infection when he was 13.


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The NFHS Spirit Rules Committee adjusted several rules with the goal of minimizing risk and increasing creativity during its March meeting in Indianapolis. The recommended rules changes were subsequently approved by the NFHS Board of Directors.


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The April/May 2014 issue of Athletic Management includes feature articles on:
  • Conquering the highs and lows of athletic administration
  • Preventing bullying and improving team chemistry
  • Combining high school athletics with community sports
  • Implementing pre-participation cardio screening
  • Latest product news for outdoor facilities

Gameplan articles discuss:

  • Teaching coaches to be prepared to get sued
  • Getting new employees up to speed through onboarding

Our upfront Warmup articles cover:

  • Sportsmanship: Free tickets for good behavior
  • Rules Changes: More time for officials
  • Working with admissions
  • Organizing a league-wide media event
  • Ohio State hosts gay pride night

And read our Q&A with: Jay Jacobs, Auburn University

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Parent's Guide to Sports Concussions

The world is starting to understand that a concussion is an extremely serious injury with potential long-term ramifications. But there is still much work to be done when it comes to parents, coaches, athletic trainers, physicians, teachers, and the athletes themselves all being on the same page. We've created this comprehensive guide on sports concussions specifically for athletes' parents.

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