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Wisconsin team uses drone during games
WBAY-TV
VideoBrief Wisconsin's Kimberly High School is doing something different to record it's football games by using a drone that hovers above the field. It's capturing some pretty cool images. From the sky above Papermaker Field Kimberly's football team has a new vantage point after being one of the first schools in the state to adopt the use of a drone.
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Postgame prayers to continue at Delaware school, but coaches benched
Fox News
An atheist group succeeded in sidelining football coaches at a Delaware high school from post-game prayers, but the holy huddle will continue as a players-only affair, according to a report. The Wisconsin-based Freedom From Religion Foundation sent a letter to Cape Henlopen School District Superintendent Robert Fulton recently to allege a "serious constitutional violation" occurring at Cape Henlopen High School: Coaches participating in postgame prayers with players.
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Selfless acts by high school athletes inspiring
Union-Bulletin
High school athletes in Washington are being taught the right life lessons by example. #Two recent displays of sportsmanship and kindness show these young athletes understand the importance of putting themselves above others.
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High school football bumps Halloween from calendar
The Associated Press via Detroit Free Press
When Halloween falls on a Friday in communities where high school football is king, it's time to reschedule the holiday. Communities from West Virginia to Texas are saying they're OK with celebrating Halloween on, well, not Halloween. Football is king in many rural areas, especially in the South, and that's a big reason.
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Female executives: Participation in sport helps accelerate leadership, career potential
EY Women Athletes Business Network via EY
In research released recently by the EY Women Athletes Business Network and espnW, the majority of women executives surveyed say that a sport background can help accelerate a woman's leadership and career potential, and has a positive influence on hiring decisions. Ninety-four percent of the respondents have participated in sport and close to three-quarters (74 percent) agree that a background in sport can help accelerate a woman's leadership and career potential.
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New Orleans football team practices on field without lights
WWL-TV
VideoBrief A high school football team in New Orleans' Ninth Ward continues to face challenges when it comes to training for game days. G.W. Carver Collegiate Academy athletes are forced to practice on a field without lights, and now school officials say they've reached out to city officials for help — but no help has come.
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How 13-year-old Mo'ne Davis helped big-time college athletes
Forbes
The NCAA has had a long-standing rule that prohibits college athletes from any compensation for appearances with commercial advertisers that can be tied to their athletic persona. Now enter Mo'ne Davis. She is the 13-year-old baseball sensation that pitched her way into the hearts of sports fans during the 2014 Little League World Series. Chevrolet wanted to take advantage of her celebrity status during the MLB World Series.
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College athletics costs students, Virginia lawmakers tell board members
The Richmond Times-Dispatch via The Roanoke Times
Key Virginia lawmakers on General Assembly budget committees urged new members of university boards to consider the impact of athletics on college costs and to question whether the degrees they confer are worth the debt students take on. "The burden on students is dramatic," said House Majority Leader Kirk Cox, noting that schools have moved to Division I athletics using "the old argument" that it helps attract students.
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Kinesio tape more than a fashion statement
Statesman Journal
Colorful tape on the shoulder of Olympic volleyball player Kerri Walsh was the United States' introduction to kinesio tape. But what is this colorful tape placed in funny patterns doing on people, and is it something you should look into? Kinesio tape was developed in 1973 by Dr. Kenzo Kase, a Japanese chiropractor, who wanted his patients to have something they could take home and help them between visits.
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Coping with concussions beyond the field and in the classroom
District Administration
A student athlete with a concussion doesn't face challenges only in returning to play. Their injury also can hinder their performance in the classroom, and administrators must make sure students who need rest or have to work more slowly are able to keep up with schoolwork during recovery.
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