A 16-year-old boy from New Jersey was recovering after he was impaled by a javelin during a track-and-field event.
Rowan, the owner and operator of the streaming service OSPN, issued an apology Friday, blaming his use of racist language on his blood sugar levels.
New York City public high schools will reopen to in-person instruction beginning Monday, March 22, announced Mayor Bill de Blasio. All school sports will also resume in early April.
All classes for seniors at Wantagh High School were moved to remote learning for the week.
There was little discussion before senators passed Senate Bill 2536 in a late-night session earlier this week to ban transgender athletes from competing in girls’ or women’s sports in the state's schools and universities.
Parents can again attend their children's school sporting events in New Jersey.
Schools can resume youth sports in February. Nassau and Suffolk have announced their pandemic protocols.
The governors of the six New England states and New Jersey have extended a prohibition on interstate youth hockey through the end of January.
All indoor youth and adult recreational sports can resume in New Jersey with restrictions beginning Saturday, Jan. 2, 2021.
In a statement, Edinburg CISD said that they decided to remove the entire team from the playoffs, even after they won the game 35-21 to advance.
Indoor sports including practices and competitions can now resume in New Jersey with restrictions, announced Gov. Phil Murphy on Monday.
Section XI's Athletic Council voted to condense all three sporting seasons (fall, winter, spring) from January through June for the varsity, junior varsity, and modified levels.
All fall sports have been canceled in Nassau County this year, as officials are adjusting the spring sports season to give athletes a chance to compete.
The start of the high school sports season on Long Island will be delayed but some events will take place. Championships, however, have been canceled. Reported by Jennifer Williams
A Most Beautiful Thing is a documentary film based on a memoir of the same name. It tells the story of the nation's first all-black high school rowing team.
Activist and former Yates football player Gerry Monroe boarded a flight to Minneapolis Wednesday afternoon to join the protests in the city where his fellow Yates alum was killed by police.
These athletes—from Maryland to Connecticut, grade school through high school—say they just miss playing in games that matter, outside of their houses and apartments, with friends they haven't seen in weeks.
A cheerleading team from Suffolk County won a national title.
A wrestling team on Long Island has made history. It is the first all-girls' varsity wrestling team in the state.
For the second consecutive year, Cruz Vernon was banned from competing as a full-point-scoring-member with his high school gymnastics team because board members say he “creates an unfair advantage.”