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|Tools of the Trade: June 8, 2016 - Issue 865|
Losing Team Cheers Opponent
After being narrowly defeated in an Illinois High School Association Class 2A Super-Sectional baseball game, losing the chance to go to states, Teutopolis High School cheered on the victor.
Next Generation Sports Centers
Legacy Building Solutions designs, manufactures, engineers and installs custom fabric sports facilities for football, soccer, tennis, hockey, baseball, pools and spas.
Ash Promotes Rugby Tackling
With a passion for making football safer, Rutgers University Head Coach Chris Ash recently served as the keynote speaker at a tackle clinic being held in conjunction with the College Rugby Championships.
Battling the Opioid Epidemic
In Massachusetts, high school student-athletes who come forward to seek substance abuse treatment will not be punished for violating rules regarding chemical health, alcohol, drugs, and tobacco.
Strength & Conditioning
Looking to push his players outside their comfort zones, new Iowa State University Football Strength Coach Rudy Wade has implemented a host of new ideas. "Different is good when the wins haven’t come for the last few seasons," he says.
From Our Pages
Bowling Closer To Home
For NCAA Division III football programs, participating in postseason games outside of the NCAA playoffs means weighing additional opportunities against costs.
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