It’s not a good problem, for doctors or politicians, that high school athletes become addicted to painkillers and sometimes take a turn for the worse.
How important are sports to the lives of students in school? Pretty important, given what sports bring to kids’ lives, like enjoying school.
Do soccer players suffer from brain trauma at higher rates than the general population? Maybe, suggests a new study of their brains in London.
A star athlete had sex with a student in his car near the school. The girl’s attire was questioned and she was expelled. He graduated.
A parent group is suing the San Diego school district for installing artificial turf at elementary schools. The group says it causes cancer.
Diving championships come soon, and a champion diver in Arkansas shares a little about what it’s like to excel in this technical sport.
IL has cheerleading champions: Belvidere North, Lincoln-Way East, Lemont, Central (Breese). Congrats to the 100 teams that competed in Bloomington.
Bad hazing allegations, spanning about 20 years, have surfaced at Lake Zurich HS in Chicago’s north-shore suburbs.
Private schools tend to win more than their fair share of state championships, and some states take measures to level the playing field.
A school bus rolled over, injuring 2 members of a girls’ bowling team from a Chicago high school when the driver suffered a seizure.