Mitchell Greathouse, a teenager from Morganton, N.C., had his dreams come true this week when he got the chance to play in a game with his high school’s boys basketball team.
Dan O’Reilly, a junior baseball player at Henry Sibley High in Mendota Heights, Minn.
A lacrosse team at a Detroit-area high school has seen its season come to an abrupt end amid accusations that some members of the squad killed a guinea pig so they could use its blood as face paint i
Taylor DeForrest, a junior goalie for the Apple Valley (Minn.
Police investigators reportedly are seeking warrants in an attempt to collar a group of vandals who utilized a grass-killing agent they purchased on the Internet to burn a penis into the football fie
The Harlem Globetrotters announced on Tuesday that the team has signed Kevin Grow, a high school senior with Down Syndrome from the Philadelphia suburbs, to a two-day contract.
And the above title of this here post? There is nary a sniff of hyperbole in it, nor an ounce, if weight measurements are more your thing.
Usually, when one thinks of the stereotypical male cheerleader, the hilarious mess that is the guy in this video comes to mind.
Even though this occurred during a scrimmage, the incredible 30-yard touchdown jaunt broken off by Paramus Catholic High’s (N.J.
That’s a shame. As the saying goes, “There’s no ‘I’ in ‘team’ and no ‘A’ in ‘responsible’”.
In a troubling symbol of how life goes on despite the most terrible of situations, a photo of a high school baseball game played at Pine Creek High School, nearby the massive and destructive Black Fo
That’s a shame. I just hope whoever is responsible just comes forward and admits to the egregious gaffe.
Bad games can happen, often at the most inopportune of times. It’s the nature of competition. Sometimes, everything can go right for a player, other times? Not so much.
The “wedding bouquet” pass is quickly becoming the crème de la crème of unbelievable, jaw-dropping highlights from the football world (and if there is any doubt to that unden
Apparently a year in the making, a 16-year-old Texas cheerleader back-flipped herself straight into the Guinness Book of World Records by pulling off 35 consecutive handsprings during a halftime disp