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2014/09/12 14:32
2014/09/12 14:32
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Yet another study on the benefits of later school start times I can’t believe I’m writing about this again. My fourth column, written in October of 2003, focused on the mountains of scientific...
2014/09/12 14:32
2014/09/12 14:32
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2014/09/06 09:53
2014/09/06 09:53
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Sports safetyConcussion risks for student-athletes drive initiatives The Daily Briefing The Dispatch public affairs team talks politics and tackles state and federal government issues in the Buckeye...
2014/09/05 20:59
2014/09/05 20:59
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Kimball High football coach Charles Spikes, now in his second year as the Jaguar varsity coach, expects to enjoy a smooth transition into the 2014 season. Spikes said the team will miss some of the...
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2014/09/05 08:49
2014/09/05 08:49
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Governor Jerry Brown may have called an offseason audible when he signed a bill in July that will limit full-contact high school football practices next year. But don't expect game plans to change too...
2014/09/04 23:57
2014/09/04 23:57
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The 2009 season — Peralta’s final season coaching varsity at Marin Catholic — led Marin Catholic to the California Interscholastic Federation Division III state title game against Serra of Gardena,...
2014/09/04 02:07
2014/09/04 02:07
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Cross country runners return en masse on Saturday for the Lagoon Valley Classic Invitational in what has become the biggest single-day sporting event each year in Vacaville. There will be 2,000...
2014/09/03 23:24
2014/09/03 23:24
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One Spartan who didn't see any game action during Red Bluff's 40-8 Week 0 win at Central Valley was Owen Swarthout. That's because the Northern Section has declared him ineligible to play his junior...
2014/09/02 22:57
2014/09/02 22:57
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The deepest, most competitive league in Northern California — and possibly the state — the WCAL is a brutal endeavor, where teams find each other battling a regional powerhouse week in and week out....
2014/08/29 07:58
2014/08/29 07:58
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Even when The Sacramento Bee published only a newspaper aimed at a broad readership, some readers bought us because they were passionate about one subject and not much else. Sports, for instance. Or...
2014/08/29 00:38
2014/08/29 00:38
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With player safety awareness at an all-time high, local high school football teams enter the new season getting accustomed to new rules, with more coming next year. Players no longer spent mid-August...
2014/08/28 05:41
2014/08/28 05:41
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For four consecutive seasons, the Yale women’s volleyball program has brought the Ivy League Championship title back to New Haven. A new class of Bulldogs will now have a chance to do the same. The...
2014/08/28 03:24
2014/08/28 03:24
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It's a new season of high school football, where the No. 1 is actually two or maybe it's even a zero. Wait, what? Typically the first week of football is dubbed Week 1, the second Week 2, I think...
2014/08/22 14:50
2014/08/22 14:50
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See the update at the end of this post with a statement from the Scelsi family. Police discovered two other 18-year-olds in the apartment also appeared to be intoxicated and called in an Albuquerque...
2014/08/20 04:58
2014/08/20 04:58
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For the second practice day of the 2014 season, young football players at Sacramento Charter High School stuck to the fundamentals. Dressed in shorts and T-shirts – no pads yet – they practiced...
2014/08/20 01:33
2014/08/20 01:33
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The son of a former UCLA and NBA guard, another standout from Philadelphia, and a guard from Denmark will added to the Niagara University basketball team, coach Chris Casey announced Tuesday. Julian...
2014/08/16 02:53
2014/08/16 02:53
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A new law aims to prevent high school and middle school football players from getting concussions. The first day of football practice at Piedmont Hills High in San Jose was no walk in the park. It...
2014/08/15 17:17
2014/08/15 17:17
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California schools will be limiting the number of hours and days that their football teams can practice tackling and other game simulated hitting plays under a bill signed Monday by Gov. Jerry Brown....
2014/09/12 14:32
2014/09/12 14:32
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