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Register Pajaronian
Pajaronian Boy's X-Country Preview, 2016: Kelly trying to continue success of last season under new rolepowered St. Francis to its most successful season in program history last year.
Pajaronian Boy's X-Country Preview, 2016: Kelly trying to continue success of last season under new role
Register Pajaronian / Posted 5 days ago
powered St. Francis to its most successful season in program history last year. The Sharks made their first trip to the California Interscholastic Federation state meet and finished second in the Central Coast Section Division V championship,... Read more
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Register Pajaronian
Pajaronian Girl's Cross Country Preview, 2016: Aptos� new one-two punch leading pack of strong runnersits sixth CCS championship in the last seven seasons. The crown jewel of the se
Pajaronian Girl's Cross Country Preview, 2016: Aptos� new one-two punch leading pack of strong runners
Register Pajaronian / Posted 10 days ago
its sixth CCS championship in the last seven seasons. The crown jewel of the season, however, came in the form of a California Interscholastic Federation Division III championship at Woodward Park in Fresno. Their goals are all the same as... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Free heart screenings will check for cardiac arrest risk in young athletesmore likely to occur during exercise than at rest, so student and other athlete
Free heart screenings will check for cardiac arrest risk in young athletes
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 10 days ago
more likely to occur during exercise than at rest, so student and other athletes are at increased risk, according to the California Interscholastic Federation, which regulates school sports. Parents and physicians nationwide are pushing for... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
A new generation of opportunity for Sacramento-area girls golfHodgson is one of 7,531 girls – the most ever – who played high school golf in
A new generation of opportunity for Sacramento-area girls golf
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 13 days ago
Hodgson is one of 7,531 girls – the most ever – who played high school golf in California in 2015, according to the California Interscholastic Federation. That puts it in a virtual tie with lacrosse as the 10th most popular girls high school... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
High school football notes: Father, son coach at Granite Baypassing touchdowns,” Mustangs assistant coach Rick Arcuri joked, “are just exte
High school football notes: Father, son coach at Granite Bay
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 14 days ago
passing touchdowns,” Mustangs assistant coach Rick Arcuri joked, “are just extended veer-run plays.” Bye weeks – The California Interscholastic Federation allows schools 11 weeks to play 10 regular-season games. Many schools are taking a bye... Read more
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San Bernardino Sun
Brewster: Recent event raises the question of whether athletic trainer is on site80 percent of California high schools don’t employ full-time athletic trainers.
Brewster: Recent event raises the question of whether athletic trainer is on site
San Bernardino Sun / Posted 17 days ago
80 percent of California high schools don’t employ full-time athletic trainers. Roger Blake, executive director of the California Interscholastic Federation, readily concedes it’s a money issue. “There’s a price tag to this,” Blake said. “I... Read more
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Orange County Register
Been There Forever: A Restaurantsomeone you know.” At 57, Otterbein has the glow of well-being characteristic
Been There Forever: A Restaurant
Orange County Register / Posted 19 days ago
someone you know.” At 57, Otterbein has the glow of well-being characteristic of successful athletes – he was a two-time California Interscholastic Federation doubles tennis champion at Corona del Mar High, which earned him an athletic... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Boy contracts flesh-eating bacteria, possibly from football helmetteams in the league were not formally notified of the situation involving the E
Boy contracts flesh-eating bacteria, possibly from football helmet
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 19 days ago
teams in the league were not formally notified of the situation involving the El Diamante player. Jim Crichlow, California Interscholastic Federation central section commissioner, said Tuesday that athletic departments have dealt with... Read more
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KGTV San Diego
Data shows more concussions being reported at some San Diego schoolsstill being worked out. Again, the district is committed to making sure that al
Data shows more concussions being reported at some San Diego schools
KGTV San Diego / Posted 27 days ago
still being worked out. Again, the district is committed to making sure that all students are safe." Officials with the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) told Team 10 they do not collect information or require school districts to... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
California high school football: Concussions spike, participation dropssport statewide has increased by almost 16 percent since 2006, with 99,044 boys
California high school football: Concussions spike, participation drops
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 29 days ago
sport statewide has increased by almost 16 percent since 2006, with 99,044 boys and girls playing last year, according to California Interscholastic Federation statistics. Amid the sobering concussion numbers, football — which remains the most... Read more
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The Mercury News
Exclusive: Concussions up, high school football participation downin the sport statewide has increased by 28 percent since 2003, with 49,307 kids
Exclusive: Concussions up, high school football participation down
The Mercury News / Posted a month ago
in the sport statewide has increased by 28 percent since 2003, with 49,307 kids playing last year, according to California Interscholastic Federation statistics. Despite the sobering concussion numbers, football -- which remains the... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Jim Seimas, Airing It Out: Football season is here and it’s right on timetrade in the Coppertone and beach blankets for eye black, hoodies and seat cush
Jim Seimas, Airing It Out: Football season is here and it’s right on time
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 1 months ago
trade in the Coppertone and beach blankets for eye black, hoodies and seat cushions. Really. For a variety of reasons, the California Interscholastic Federation has moved up the start date for all fall sports to better sync with all sections... Read more

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