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National Federation of State High School Associations

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  • Peninsula District | High school football preview

    BETHEL THE VITALS COACH: Bubba Hooker (third season at Bethel, 15-7; ninth year overall, 19-63) 2012: 8-3, 8-1 (lost to Western Branch in Eastern Region quarterfinal) Last time not in playoffs: 2010 Group: 6A South Conference: 2 THE SCHEDULE...
  • Hampton | High School Football Preview

    Hampton | High School Football Preview
    COACH: Mike Smith (43rd year, 437-72-2) 2012: 9-3, 7-2 (lost to Phoebus in Eastern Region semifinal). Last time not in playoffs: 2002 Group: 5A South Conference: 10 THE SCHEDULE Aug 30 | Indian River, 7 Sept. 7 | at Woodside, 1 (W, 42-20) Sept. 13 |...
  • Coach: Bell-Jeff will play in football opener Saturday against Chadwick

    Coach: Bell-Jeff will play in football opener Saturday against Chadwick
    The Bellarmine-Jefferson High football program is moving forward, albeit in very small steps. After having to cancel its first three games of the season because of preparation concerns and low numbers, first-year coach Lance Fauria said the Guards...
  • Bell-Jeff football cancels Saturday game because of lack of players

    Bell-Jeff football cancels Saturday game because of lack of players
    A Bellarmine-Jefferson High football program that has suffered its share of struggles this season hit another speed bump this week. Already suffering from low numbers, the Guards had several players sustain injuries during a Sept. 28 nonleague game...
  • Bell-Jeff football cancels remainder of season

    Bell-Jeff football cancels remainder of season
    A rocky and trying season has come to a conclusion for the Bellarmine-Jefferson High football program. After being plagued by low numbers and injuries that severely depleted the Guards in all of their games, Bell-Jeff's final three opponents were...
  • High school sports participation increases for 23rd consecutive year

     
    Participation in high school sports increased nationwide by 24,565, aided by an increase in girls' participation, according to the 2011-12 annual high school athletics participation survey conducted by the National Federation of State High School...
  • Unified Sports Providing The Ultimate Buddy System

     Unified Sports Providing The Ultimate Buddy System
    Beau Doherty sat inside the recreation hall at Dever State School in Taunton, Mass., in the summer of 1977, watching his charges, the men with intellectual disabilities they called "clients," bowling. They were good, Doherty thought, better than many...
  • NFHS approves three additional rules for football helmets coming off

    In case you missed it last week, the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) recently approved 10 rules changes for next football season, including three related to helmets coming off players’ heads during games.   If you...
  • Regulation wins a cheering section

    Regulation wins a cheering section
    When Madeline "Maddie" Dardanes was a varsity cheerleader at Barrington High School, she suffered a torn ligament in her knee during a routine — and tumbled into a growing statistic that is getting more attention from doctors and safety advocates,...
  • Xavier 'Working Hard' In Hopes Of More Titles

    The Xavier High School wrestling team put everything together in 2011-12, claiming SCC, Class LL and State Open titles. The Falcons are now the two-time defending Class LL champions but know a three-peat will be anything but easy. "I've got a good...
  • Legislation targeting FHSAA expires in Tallahassee

    For weeks, the Florida High School Athletic Association has been incredibly vocal about its opposition to legislation that was making its way through Tallahassee and would have changed how the FHSAA operates.  One of the state association's biggest...
  • Inside the PD: K'Tan soccer coach has no problem with ruling

    Twitter was all aflutter Friday night over how Kecoughtan’s boys soccer team had been “robbed” at Gloucester. Until, that is, Warriors coach Frank Hughes stepped in: “KHS didn’t get robbed, rules are rules,” he tweeted....