Alex Harrison survived child sexual abuse at the hands of his high school tennis coach. Now he is seeking justice, for himself and others.
An Ohio city school board voted not to renew the contract of a high school head coach after he and others forced a student to eat pepperoni despite his religious beliefs, a lawyer for the boy’s family said.
A 17-year-old in Canton, Ohio, was forced to eat a pepperoni pizza even though the coaches were aware he does not eat pork because he is a Hebrew Israelite, a lawyer for the boy’s family said. The Police Department is investigating.
Sensors that track the movement of athletes and the basketball were recently used at a high school championship tournament for the first time.
Nicole Pyles, 16, of Durham, N.C., says that a rule banning the use of hair beads by student athletes is discriminatory.
Charles Adams, a former police officer, and the Minneapolis North team are warily moving forward after the Derek Chauvin verdict offered a rebuke to one police killing in their community.
School officials in Duxbury, Mass., denounced what they called the “horrifying and disappointing” language and said they had hired a private lawyer to conduct an investigation.
Tom Konchalski, who died last month, influenced college basketball recruiting for more than four decades.
The announcer cursed and used a slur as students knelt during the national anthem before a high school tournament game in Oklahoma. He later apologized and blamed his diabetes for the outburst.
The coronavirus has spread at hockey rinks, basketball games and wrestling tournaments. But many experts, parents and participants believe that the benefits outweigh the risks.
A year into the pandemic, a growing number of districts — including Los Angeles — plan to open for in-person learning.
The Overtime Elite league proposes that providing a salary and a focus toward a pro career might be more appealing than college basketball’s biggest programs.
Many universities instituted new testing protocols, hoping to avoid the problems of the fall. But coronavirus variants and uncooperative students have already driven outbreaks.
Arch Manning, 16, nephew of Peyton and Eli, has a protective family to steer him from the perils of fame and expectation. And a grandfather, Archie, who texts him reminders to “have fun.”
George Mahoney is an efficiency expert by trade and by nature. He’s also among the analytics-minded coaches trying to bring data to one of the last holdouts in American sports — high school football.
In Massachusetts, rule changes brought on by the pandemic — no contact, no tackles, no headers, no throw-ins — are forcing soccer players and coaches to adapt to a very different game.
Despite a glut of sports on TV, the lack of youth leagues and teams in the pandemic could cost us for years to come.
One of Louisiana’s most successful high school football coaches retired, concerned that his blood cancer made him vulnerable to Covid-19. At least 30 high school and club coaches have died of the coronavirus.
The Education Department has told Connecticut schools that desegregation grants will be cut off Oct. 1 if they continue to allow transgender students to choose the teams they compete on.
Some high schools have postponed football seasons. Some are forging ahead. And others are in limbo, with young athletes desperate to find a way to avoid a lost season.
A number of schools found the bacteria that causes Legionnaire’s disease in their water, and experts say more should expect to see it.
Some experts say inclusion and competitive fairness conflict as leaders consider how to regulate the athletic participation of transgender women.
Not all schools will be able to restart. For those that can, the focus should be on more than just the classroom.
Three female high school students in Connecticut had challenged a scholastic sports policy that allows transgender athletes to compete against them in track.
A guide to some of the tour sites that aim to help students feel as if they are walking around campuses without leaving home.
The cancellation of the Texas state basketball tournament hit a small town hard and reflected the wave of spring sports shutdowns in all 50 states during a normally busy playoff season.
Will parents and children be eager to return to team sports once the threat of the coronavirus outbreak has passed?