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After coach's death, Michigan team is achieving his vision
The Bay City Times
The echoes of Dave DeCourval's voice still carry. Inspirational, motivational, ever-so loud and oh-so clear. So the girls on the Bad Axe, Michigan, soccer team are making darn sure they play with DeCourval's passion, pride and purpose every time they step on the field — even though they are stepping on the field without him. The Hatchets head to the Division 4 regional, playing in honor of the patriarch of their program who died without warning Jan. 23.
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On the June 5 edition of the NHSCA Sports Hour presented by the National High School Coaches Association, host Jeff Fisher looks at all of the Spring high school sports. Listen LIVE every Thursday at 6 p.m. Eastern Time on the ArtistFirst Radio Network. You can listen at the following link: artistfirst.com/nhsca.htm.
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Massive, 1,200-acre sports complex opens in Georgia
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution via Athletic Business
LakePoint Sporting Community, a more than 1,200-acre tournament and entertainment complex near Atlanta will hold its first baseball and lacrosse events in June. One part, a cable-pulled wakeboard park that developers tout as the nation's biggest, opened in early May. LakePoint also just hosted its first-ever dry land competition, sand-court volleyball. The goal is to capitalize on the seemingly unstoppable appeal of touring youth sports leagues that send kids on journeys across a few counties or even a few states for weekend tournaments.
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Navy SEALs recruit heavily from 7 sports
WebProNews
To succeed in both the athletic arena and as a Navy SEAL requires toughness — both physical and mental — as well as strength and endurance. In 2010, the Navy, with the help of Gallup, identified seven sports that breed athletes who have the highest rate of becoming a SEAL: water polo, swimming, triathlons, lacrosse, boxing, rugby, and wrestling.
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Intimidating high school coaches pushed to tone it down
News & Observer
High school coaches have had leeway in the past and were regarded as athletic drill sergeants who could cajole, intimidate and motivate students to work harder and perform better. Tough, loud and often intimidating behavior by coaches toward players has long been tolerated at all levels of sports, but high school athletic officials say it is time to end the culture of physical confrontation, verbal derision and profanity.
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Are girls opting out of high school sports in Montana?
Great Falls Tribune v
Nine years ago at Memorial Stadium in Great Falls, Montana, the girls’ track team from Anaconda clinched a state championship as four athletes combined to win both the 400 and 1,600 relays. Simply assembling a foursome would be a major triumph for the program today. Slim turnout numbers at schools across the state has the attention of officials who are worried about the future.
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Texas district's small decision paying off exponentially
The Observer
In 2008, when Texas' Humble Independent School District's school board made the decision to add about $118,000 to install steeplechase, hammer cage and javelin throw apparatus to renovation plans to Turner Stadium, some in the community viewed it as additional expense. Humble school officials viewed the decision as an investment — an investment that brought an estimated $35 million to the area, $1.7 million in revenue to the district' and more than $1.5 million in improvements to the stadium not paid for by the district.
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College athletes not immune to student debt dilemma
Forbes
Some college athletes receive partial or full scholarships to participate in college athletics. Non-scholarship athletes are largely in the same boat as students who are not fortunate enough to obtain need-based relief or a scholarship based on merit. They may leave school saddled in debt and, with professional sports likely not a real option, be forced to find jobs that will not only allow them to survive, but also pay off the interest on their loans.
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FITNESS AND CONDITIONING


Getting the most out of a sports massage
By Heidi Dawson
Sports massage is a popular treatment method used by runners and many other athletes, both before and after an event. Those lucky enough to have access to a massage therapist may even have a regular treatment as part of their general maintenance. While many of us do this, do we really know why we are doing it and what the benefits are? Following these simple guidelines will ensure you get the most from your treatments.
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Report: US teens' cardiorespiratory fitness has dropped in last decade
HealthDay News
More and more U.S. teens now fall short when it comes to cardiorespiratory fitness, a new government report shows. Using a specific measure, the researchers found that only about half of boys and one-third of girls between the ages of 12 and 15 had adequate levels of cardiorespiratory fitness.
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