With ten seconds remaining in his title bout at the National High School Coaches Association wrestling championships in Virginia, Renaldo Rodriguez-Spencer found himself behind on points and in need of a miracle. He found it in something called "the flying squirrel." Read more...
When the women's college basketball regular season ended, nobody would have expected UConn freshman Breanna Stewart, one of the most heralded recruits out of high school and the 2012 national high school player of the year, to potentially replace Baylor's Brittney Griner as the face of women's college basketball. Show More Summary
Edward R. Murrow High School takes home eighth championship from national tourney The Midwood, Brooklyn school won the National High School Chess Championships in Nashville, Tenn. Sunday. 'We want an invitation to the White House!' coach Eliot Weiss said, noting if they were a basketball or football team they would be get there. Show More Summary
The National High School Basketball Invitational is now over, and the college prospects were able to show off their skills on a much bigger stage. Even though Montverde was able to come away with the victory, college recruits from other high schools were still able to show off just how good they really are. Show More Summary
The National High School Invitational features eight of the best high school basketball teams in the nation, as well as some of the most exciting prospects. Notable schools include Oak Hill Academy, where names like Rajon Rondo and Carmelo Anthony played, and Findlay Prep, a basketball powerhouse. Show More Summary
The 2013 National High School Basketball Invitational tips off on Thursday afternoon and will run through until Saturday, when a champion is crowned. This is the fifth annual event and features eight teams that play a national schedule, each with loaded rosters full of elite college prospects. Show More Summary
This is sick, nasty and awesome, all rolled up into one. During a dunk contest at the 2013 Beach Ball Classic, which is a top notch national high school basketball tournament, Jamall Gregory, a 6’3? junior at Bishop O’Connell High School in northern Virginia, wowed and oohed the crowd with a dunk that can only [...]
Five-star Alabama Crimson Tide running back recruit Derrick Henry made history on Friday night when he broke the 59-year-old national high school career-rushing yards record, according to ESPN's Derek Tyson. Henry, who emerged as a superstar...Show More Summary
Elanco Food Solutions has introduced CellVex — a new antimicrobial food-safety intervention to reduce E. coli and Salmonella pathogens in beef-processing facilities. Wall to wall coverage of the National High School Finals will be broadcast on MyRuralTV.com and NHSRA’s site … Continue reading ?
The Washington Post’s just-released national “High School Challenge” has ranked Decatur High School 8th in the state of Georgia and 198th in the country based on an index score calculated on “the number of college-level tests given at a school in 2011 divided by the number of graduates that year.” Decatur is up a spot [...]
Every spring, hundreds of teenage, aspiring-lawyer types flock to the National High School Mock Trial Competition. Typically coached by a licensed attorney, these kids learn how to apply the Federal Rules of Evidence to a fact pattern, and eventually try a case before panels of judges. Most of them are......
Catholic League President Bill Donohue is not having any of Dan Savage's apology. On Friday, the gay rights activist delivered the keynote addresses at the National High School Journalism Conference in Seattle, saying - while makingShow More Summary
Post by Sasha Brown-Worsham Dan Savage, the writer and activist who launched the 'It Gets Better' project and has been outspoken about gay rights, has apologized for some of his comments last week to the National High School Journalist Conference in Seattle. Show More Summary
Dan Savage - the activist responsible for the It Gets Better campaign in response to bullying - stirred up a bit of controversy this week when he gave a speech at the National High School Journalist Conference in Seattle and told those...Show More Summary
UGH. Dan Savage, writer and creator of the It Get's Better campaign, encountered a walkout during his speech at the National High School Journalist Conference in Seattle, when he said, "We can learn to ignore the bull—t in the Bible about gay people." Knowing Savage as we do, we know he wasn't saying Christianity was bullish [...]
Dan Savage made headlines last week when, at a national high school journalism conference in Washington DC (one I attended once upon a time, now that I think of it), he went on a rant about the Bible and Christians then called his audience “pansy asses” when they started walking out. It turns out this [...]
Yesterday, Dan Savage reacted to the conservative fury over his remarks at the JEA/NSPA National High School Journalism Convention, which Brandon featured over the weekend and which you should surely check out HERE. Writes Savage at Slog: I would like...
Christian high school students are not too happy with Dan Savage after the author told teenagers gathered at the National High School Journalist Conference in Seattle that "We can learn to ignore the bull---- in the Bible about gay people."
Yesterday many of the most widely read anti-gay sites in the nation launched a campaign against Dan Savage over comments he made two weeks ago during a speech before the National High School Journalism Conference. After Savage, withShow More Summary
Post by Sasha Brown-Worsham Dan Savage, the writer and activist who launched the 'It Gets Better' project and has been outspoken about gay rights, caused a huge stir at the National High School Journalist Conference in Seattle when he...Show More Summary