High School Steroid Tests Likely to Get Scrapped in Texas

In 2008, Texas implemented a statewide steroid-testing program that experts believed to be the nation's most comprehensive. Seven years later, that program could be on its last legs.


N.Y. School District Drops 'Redskins' Mascot Following Opponents' Boycotts

Last week, the board of education of an upstate New York school district unanimously elected to immediately retire its "Redskins" team name amidst ongoing concerns about its appropriateness.


Disney Channel to Produce Feature About Little League Star Mo'ne Davis

The Disney Channel is producing a biopic about Little League pitcher Mo'ne Davis.


Seventy Percent of Public High Schools Found to Have Access to Athletic Trainers

Over the past two decades, high school student-athletes' access to athletic trainers has doubled, according to a new study.


Once-Suspended High School Basketball Team Wins Regional Championship

A month after being suspended for a benches-clearing brawl, an Indiana high school basketball team won its first-ever regional championship.


City Council Honors Basketball Players Who Stuck Up for Bullied Cheerleader

On Monday night, the Kenosha, Wis., city council honored three Lincoln Middle School basketball players who attracted national attention for their defense of a bullied cheerleader.


Who Would Win the 2015 Men's NCAA Tournament Based on Academics?

While the University of Kentucky is the overwhelming favorite to win the 2015 NCAA men's basketball tournament, an academically based tournament would produce a far different outcome.


Minn. Lawmakers Attempting to Reverse Transgender Student-Athlete Policy

Republican lawmakers in Minnesota are attempting to override a policy that allows transgender student-athletes to participate on sports teams that align with their gender identity.


University of Oklahoma Recruit Decommits After Racist Video Emerges

The racist video from University of Oklahoma fraternity members led four-star offensive tackle Jean Delance to decommit from the school Monday, citing "personal reasons."


States Advance Bills Allowing Home-Schooled Students in School Sports

With state legislatures in full swing, the issue of allowing home-schooled students to participate in public school sports has sprung up in Missouri and Kansas.


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