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The high school rivalry that has dominated Illinois football for over 100 years

Arcola and Tuscola, two small towns just 8 miles apart in the heart of Illinois, have two of the winningest high school football programs in state history. Before they match up again this season for the first time in years, read about their historic rivalry that dates back to the 1890's Click He

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Pop Warner joins Go4Ellis to increase presence of ATs

Pop Warner football the, nation’s oldest youth football, cheer and dance organization, has a partnered with Go4Ellis, an online platform that connects athletic trainers with sports event operators, for a pilot program, starting in Pennsylvania and Florida, designed to create better safety me

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Creating a Social Media Policy for Athletes

While advancements in technology have brought about a whole new world of possibilities and benefits from the ease of exchange of data and information - especially with the seemingly overnight growth of social media . . . problems as well have developed in managing this exchange of information,

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If Your School Search Is Focused Only On Athletics, You’re Going About It Wrong

Athletics may be your ticket to college for the next four years, but here’s the catch. After those four years are over, a very small percentage will go on to build a career out of that sport and compete professionally or at the Olympic level. What students should be focusing on is a school

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Are we putting young athletes at risk when we urge them to drink lots of fluids during steamy sports practices and games?

Summer is upon us and so is the heat.  Student athletes everywhere are gearing up for the start of the new school year and with it tryouts and training camps.  Staying hydrated to combat the high temperatures of summer is important but new studies show there is such a thing as over-hydration.

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Kennard-Dale senior becomes all-time goals leader in PA girls’ lacrosse

  Kennard-Dale’s Football stadium was buzzing with excitement Tuesday for the Rams Girls Lacrosse game against New Oxford. This was not just any game – it was a chance for senior, Morgan Day, to reach Pennsylvania’s all-time scoring record. Decorated in blue and yellow, balloons, the

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Saegertown Students Use Twitter to Maximize Game Coverage

Saegertown High School junior Becca Siple, 17, of Saegertown, tweets a Saegertown boys volleyball update during a match against Cambridge Springs.   With the ever evolving flow of technology, we have become a society of people who expect information at their fingertips – and we don’t

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Eric Mausser Named ALL-USA Wrestling Coach of the Year

Franklin Regional High School in Murrysville, Pa is home to the American Family Insurance ALL-USA Wrestling Coach of the Year for 2014-15. Eric Mausser has been selected to receive this award by Jason Bryant or MatTalkOnline.com, and President of the National Wrestling Media Association. For ove

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Eugene, Oregon to host the 2021 World Athletics Championships

  The small town of Eugene, Oregon, known for its rich American Track and Field history, will become the hosts of the 2021 World Athletics Championships. The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) has decided on the affectionately named, Track Town, USA because of its de

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Teams Gear up for the Penn Relays

  Spring is here and with that comes more sunlight, warmer temperatures, and festivals galore. The Philadelphia area is booming with plenty of fun outdoor activities, whether you wish to participate or simply be a spectator. One of the most anticipated events of the season is the Penn rela

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