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NCHSAA 1-A/2-A/3-A indoor track agate
Cardinal Gibbons is defending 1-A/2-A swimming champion in boys and girls
Players ejected from N.C. High School Athletic Association games will be required to take an on-line sportsmanship course before being allowed to participate.
The NCHSAA Board of Directors approval a proposal on Wednesday in Chapel Hill to require any player who is ejected for fighting to colmplete a STAR sportsmanship course on-line before returning to play. The on-line tests takes about 50 minutes.
If a coach is ejected, he must take the coach's STAR course.
The athlete or coach is required to file a certificate of completion with the NCHSAA before returning to participation.
The North Carolina High School Athletic
Association will be recognized by the University of North Carolina this
Saturday at Kenan Stadium.
The North Carolina-Boston College football game, which has a
kickoff time of noon, has been designated as the 24th annual NCHSAA Day. The
university actually spearheaded the founding of the NCHSAA in 1913.
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK-- The North Carolina High School Athletic
Association held its fall 2008 Coach-Captain Retreat over the weekend of
October 10-12, the 28th in the history of this program.
Retreat teams include student-athletes who will be
captains or leaders of their athletic squads in the coming year, a coach
from the school and a parent representative. They are designed to promote
the concept of “teamwork.” Issues such as leadership development, alcohol,
tobacco and other drugs, violence prevention strategies and academic success
are addressed at these retreats, the first of which was held in the spring
Concussion expert expected to give recommendations to NCHSAA board in December
N.C. State welcomes NCHSAA regional meeting
125 of the NCHSAA's 375 schools had no ejections in 2007-2008. A record 202 schools had no ejections in 2006-2007.