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No Pass, No Play heads into 4th decade in Texas
Midland Reporter-Telegram
It's hard to imagine in this era of the 24-hour news cycle there being a story garnering the kind of attention the passage of the "no-pass, no-play" rule did in 1985. Thirty years after House Bill 72 became law, it still jars strong memories about education reform in Texas. When it was signed by then-Gov. Mark White in July 1984, it was a sweeping education reform bill that overhauled how public education was handled in Texas.
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NHSCA Sports Hour features Coach of the Year Tom Westerberg
NHSCA
Tune in to tonight's NHSCA Sports Hour for an interview with 2014 NHSCA National High School Football Coach of the Year Tom Westerberg of Allen High School in Texas, who talks about his program winning another "mythical" national championship. The show starts at 6 p.m. Eastern time at artistfirst.com.
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College basketball saved player's life, literally
The News Journal
Tom Allshouse, a University of Delaware walk-on, has spent the last month contemplating a life without competitive basketball, which he has enjoyed since age 5. That has been difficult. Considering the other option, it's an acceptable trade.
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Coach guides students to become better swimmers, people
School News Network
East Grand Rapids (Michigan) High School swim coach Milton "Butch" Briggs has helped many athletes swim their fastest laps and personal best races. But it's the ripples Briggs has spread from the pool into the school and community that his swimmers remember best, and they cover 40 years.
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NBA great Dantley is refereeing JV games
USA Today
Adrian Dantley: 1977 NBA Rookie of the Year. Utah Jazz power forward. Odd-scorer out for the Bad Boy Pistons. Notre Dame great. Basketball Hall of Famer. Junior varsity high school basketball referee. The man whose jersey number hangs in the rafters in Salt Lake City is now refereeing junior varsity games at his alma mater.
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Fan arrested for allegedly attacking player during prep basketball game
KXXV-TV
VideoBrief An Eddy, Texas, man arrested for allegedly attacking a player during a high school basketball game says he didn't hit anyone and plans to hire an attorney. The Teague/Bruceville-Eddy varsity basketball game was suspended late in the first quarter after a fight that involved players and fans from both schools broke out. Williams was charged with assault causing bodily injury after police say he hit one of the players.
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How coaches can help recruits
USA Today
A coach can be a difference maker in the recruitment of a high school athlete. A coach is the most credible source to vouch for a student's athletic abilities. His or her opinion might be as important as the recruiting coordinator's opinion in the eyes of college coaches
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Army researchers developing football helmet to lessen head injuries
WMAR-TV
A U.S Army research team is one of seven groups nationally that was awarded grant money by the NFL, Under Armor and General Electric to study and develop ways of preventing brain trauma from sports and the battlefield. Emergency room visits for concussions have reached epidemic levels, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The number of visits doubled for kids 8 to 13 and rose about 200 percent for teens 14-18 in recent years.
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Las Vegas' high school football coaching turnover is troublesome
Las Vegas Sun
Some coaches have left on their own accord. Others were shown the door. Regardless, Las Vegas-area high school football programs will have a different look next fall. And that's not a good thing. The inconsistency will water down the quality of competition, making lopsided scores a more regular occurrence.
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California girls basketball 161-2 rout leaves lessons to be learned
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
When is too much really too much? The Arroyo Valley girls basketball squad recently scored a 161-2 victory over Bloomington in a California high school basketball game, stirring up controversy and evoking questions about sportsmanship. Michael Anderson, the Arroyo Valley coach, admits the game got away from him. Is there a right way for an athlete to win without giving one's best effort? Is there a right way for an athlete to win without playing hard?
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Study: Middle school football doesn't seem to cause short-term brain damage
HealthDay News
Children who play football in middle school don't appear to have any noticeable short-term brain damage from repeated hits to the head, new research suggests. For the study, players wore sensors in their helmets that measured the frequency of hits to the head, their location and force. In addition, the kids were screened before and after the season for factors such as balance, reading speed, reaction time and self-reported symptoms.
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