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Blame emerges like cracks in Texas high school stadium

The gates outside Eagle Stadium in Allen, Texas, are expected to remain closed this season due to cracks in the two-year-old, $60 million stadium that have led it to be deemed it unsafe for occupancy.(Photo: Kevin Jairaj, USA TODAY Sports) ALLEN, Texas — Its $60 million high school football stadium, with a three-tiered press box...

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High school notebook: Wake coaches keep their heads up

Wake County Schools head football coaches and certified athletic trainers will be taught the latest techniques and safety procedures Thursday when USA Football’s Heads Up Football program conducts a daylong program at N.C. State’s Wendell Murphy Center. Deran Coe, the Wake senior administrator for athletics, expects the head coaches of...

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Vote for top high school sports happening from May-June 2014: Who Won the …

CLEVELAND, Ohio – The 2013-14 high school sports calendar is now complete. Many state champions were crowned in the finals days of May and first week of June. But there’s still another winner to be decided. Today, we continue our “Who Won the Month?” feature by asking our readers to measure the winners in a …...

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Springing into this awards season

By DARREN COOPER STAFF WRITER This spring there were victories, triumphs and championships. Now there will be rewards given to the players and teams who have worked to be great. I call it “Awards Season” — that period of time right after a season ends when there’s chicken to be eaten (or you can go …...

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High school baseball big schools player of the year: Tyler Frost

Greenway baseball player Tyler Frost is the Arizona high school baseball big school player of the year.(Photo: Cheryl Evans/azcentral sports) Tyler Frost is one of those “quiet leaders.” The Phoenix Greenway senior admits he’ll never be the loudest one on the baseball field, preferring to let his play do the talking....

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SD high school grads reunite 75 years later

YANKTON, S.D. — Nathan Steinbach and his Yankton High School classmates couldn’t study World War II in history class. The war hadn’t started yet. The Yankton High School Class of 1939 was surviving the Depression, and World War II loomed on the horizon to change their lives forever. Five members recently attended their...

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High school baseball: Niles, Lakeshore ousted

Posted: Sunday, June 8, 2014 5:46 am High school baseball: Niles, Lakeshore ousted By JACK WALKDEN South Bend Tribune SouthBendTribune.com OTSEGO — Niles and Lakeshore both lost one-run heartbreakers in the Division 2 baseball regional tournament here Saturday. The Vikings’ fielding woes left them just short in a 3-2 semifinal loss...

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