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Tools of the Trade
Tools of the Trade: September 29, 2017 - Issue 1110
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High School News
Geneseo Forfeits Season
After several football players at Geneseo (N.Y.) High School were dismissed from the team for allegedly taking Oxycontin before a Friday night game, the school has decided to forfeit the remainder of the season.
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Excellence In Innovation
Head & Neck Isolator
Although there have been neck machines developed in the past to isolate and train the larger strap muscles of the neck, there has never been an apparatus designed to train and isolate the capital muscles of the head. Until now.
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Coaching
Player Teaches Coach
When he learned that one of his former players, now in the pros, was kneeling during the national anthem, Jan Weisberg, Head Baseball Coach at Birmingham Southern College, was alarmed. A conversation between the two the next morning proved educational for the coach.
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Company News
Synthetic Surfaces
There are many advantages for Athletic Departments that choose NORDOT® solvent-based adhesives when installing their synthetic turf fields. The Athletic Director also has the benefit of knowing, for over 43 years, NORDOT® Adhesives have earned a worldwide reputation as the standard of excellence by which other adhesives in the synthetic turf industry are measured.
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Football
Missouri Reports Decline
The Missouri State High School Activities Association has reported that the number of high school football players in the state has decreased by 2,000 in the last two years.
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Strategic Planning
Tiffin Adds Women's Wrestling
An NCAA emerging sport, women's wrestling will be offered at Tiffin University beginning in 2018-19 and will compete in the Women's Collegiate Wrestling Association.
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