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I don't need to watch hours on end every weekend, but I enjoy watching competitive games and admire the strength, grit and dedication of each athlete. At the same time, I admit I worry a bit about the brains of each player on the field, no matter
More News January 26 The Kansas City Star A boy is dying on the sideline of a high school football game. He is 17 years old, a straight-A student, athletic, the standout running back and homecoming king. His mother is there, pleading for her Nathan
Friends think hes so fast theyve nicknamed him The Flash. Barrons a bit of a comic-strip superhero in his own right. His ocean-blue eyes sparkle every time he smiles, and even the facemask of his football helmet cant disguise his delight...
People who know nothing about high school football remember Spring Hill's season finale last fall, but that unfortunately has nothing to do with the unusual 99-72 score.Instead, the Broncos' victory at Lynn Dickey Field in Osawatomie is known
It was one of the most incredible high school football games played in recent years in Kansas, but Spring Hill's 99-72 victory on Oct. 28 at Osawatomie won't be remembered for the final score.Instead, the game served as a somber reminder of
A year ago, a local seminar teaching about concussions in high school sports could not fill all the seats inside a small conference room...They sat and listened and asked questions because this is a topic that every school and athletic program wants
Nathan Stiles' parents had little reason to doubt their 17-year-old son was ready to return to the football field after suffering an apparent concussion at the homecoming game. He spent weeks resting, and a doctor gave him the all-clear to play again.
Mo. (AP) — Nathan Stiles' parents had little reason to doubt their 17-year-old son was ready to return to the football field after suffering an apparent concussion at the homecoming game. He spent weeks resting, and a doctor gave him the all clear to
In this Sept. 2, 2010, photo provided by PEC Sports, senior football player Nathan Stiles poses on the field at Spring Hill High School in Spring Hill, Kan. Stiles died last month of an undetected subdural hematoma, an apparent re-bleed of an earlier
Kan. (AP) — A coroner says a 17-year-old who died from injuries sustained in a high school football game in Kansas had a previous head injury that hadn't healed. Johnson County coroner Michael Handler told The Kansas City Star