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WBTV Charlotte
New profanity rules have high school coaches and players holding their tonguesschool football fields in North Carolina, though, it can lead to 15-yard penalt
New profanity rules have high school coaches and players holding their tongues
WBTV Charlotte / Posted 5 days ago
school football fields in North Carolina, though, it can lead to 15-yard penalties and coaches getting thrown out. The North Carolina High School Athletic Association has established new rules. If a player uses profanity directed at an... Read more
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FOX News
NC school to teachers: Don't call students 'boys and girls'approval. Also, boys who identify as girls will not be allowed to play on the
NC school to teachers: Don't call students 'boys and girls'
FOX News / Posted 13 days ago
approval. Also, boys who identify as girls will not be allowed to play on the athletic teams of their choosing because of North Carolina High School Athletic Association regulations. “The current regulation states that a student’s gender is... Read more
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The News & Observer
Field hockey: The Triangle’s Olympic sportbetter suited to artificial turf than the real thing. It remains a bit of a no
Field hockey: The Triangle’s Olympic sport
The News & Observer / Posted 30 days ago
better suited to artificial turf than the real thing. It remains a bit of a novelty in North Carolina, unsanctioned by the North Carolina High School Athletic Association at the high-school level. But schools from North Carolina and Virginia have... Read more
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The News & Observer
A simple screening that could save lives – Saunders“If you do all of these, you can substantially reduce the risk to athletes” her
A simple screening that could save lives – Saunders
The News & Observer / Posted a month ago
“If you do all of these, you can substantially reduce the risk to athletes” here, too. Efforts to reach someone at the North Carolina High School Athletic Association to find out why young athletes here don’t get the more comprehensive... Read more

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