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Saturday, October 25, 2014

High School

Ray Lewis III Rushes for 384 Yards, 5 TDs

Ray Lewis III is the son of All-Pro linebacker Ray Lewis, and if his recent success on the gridiron is any indication, he may be following in the footsteps of his father. The younger Lewis is a high school junior at Lake Mary Prep in Florida. The running back rushed for 384 yards and five…Read More

High School Hockey Players Skip Prom for Hockey Tournament

If you are the romantic type and you read the above headline, you would probably have some sort of reaction like, “That’s just awful.”  However, since you are reading a sports blog it is probably safe to assume you’re more like me.  What that means is you probably read the headline of this post and…Read More

High School Coach Jason Bresnan Allegedly Put Bounty on Opposing Player

The more we hear about coaches and organizations paying players, the more desensitized we become.  Over the past few years we have come to the conclusion that paying college athletes is extremely common practice.  Whether it’s paying a player to attend your school or giving them a grand for having two sacks in a game,…Read More

San Jose High School Cracks Down on Cheerleaders Wearing Short Skirts

The sport (?) of cheerleading can be a topic of debate at any given moment, especially at the sub-collegiate levels.  Dealing with cheerleader uniforms and dance routines can be a difficult task for high school principals to tackle.  Believe me, I graduated from a high school that once had a cheerleading controversy involving the song…Read More

Arkansas High School Senior Darrick Strzelecki Practices with Snake In Helmet

Anyone who has experience with high school football knows things can get pretty hectic during the summer months.  Between football camps, two-a-day practices, and sweltering heat, it can be tough to keep track of what is going on around you.  Gravette High School Senior Darrick Strzelecki likely understands that now more than he ever has….Read More

P. Diddy’s Son Justin Combs Is a Cornerback Recruit

The son of rapper/actor/producer/businessman P. Diddy is an emerging college football recruit. Justin Combs, a 5’9″ 175-pound cornerback from Iona Prep in New York, is gaining interest from colleges after performing well at a recent 7-on-7 tournament. At first it was UAB, Wyoming, Virginia, and Middle Tennessee State offering him a scholarship, but now several…Read More

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