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Area field hockey teams going strong

Field hockey in the area has reason to brag as all District 3-AAA field hockey teams advanced to the PIAA quarterfinals...

Head Injuries in School Sporting Activities Could Need Doctor's OK

The House recently passed legislation requiring youth who play interscholastic or club sports and sustain head injuries/concussions have an evaluation and be cleared by a qualified health care provider prior to return to play. This bill is now working its way through the Senate...

The Tao of Bowling

The lesson from bowling is that things aren’t always what they seem.

Signs of dehydration in a young athlete

Strenuous exercise, high temperatures and humidity can be a risky combination for young athletes. Heat-related conditions, such as dehydration is more likely to affect preteens and teenagers who participate in organized, competitive, strenuous aerobic activities. Dehydration occurs when the body is low in fluids because a person is not drinking enough to replace what...

Take the field with these local baseball teams

Take the field with these local baseball teams

Youth and high school leagues are already underway and soon local minor league teams will be too. Here’s a look at what the Harrisburg Senators, Lancaster Barnstormers and York Revolution offer...

Heavy debate: Should kids play on teams based on weight or age?

Heavy debate: Should kids play on teams based on weight or age?

For many youth football players in the midstate, the weigh-in prior to the game is more nerve-wracking than the game due to weight limits. Some coaches want to change that...

Are weights safe for kids?

Are weights safe for kids?

More than 30 million kids and teens play sports in the United States. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, more than 3.5 million sports-related injuries to children under age 15 are treated each year, with injuries from football, basketball, baseball and soccer topping the list...

Put me in, Coach: The PA Challenger Division

Whether it is hitting a ball into the outfield, sliding onto first base or throwing a perfect pitch, baseball is a sport that all kids should be able to enjoy. This was Mike Junkins’ line of logic when he created the Dillsburg Youth Challenger Division Team in 2006. The Challenger Division is a baseball league created specifically for kids with special needs and disabilities. The main focus of the division is to teach kids ages 6 to 24 about baseball, to promote teamwork and—more importantly—to have a lot of fun.

Recovery key to sports season

Recovery key to sports season

Got an athlete in the house? Whether she is hitting the soccer field or he’s going for it on the gridiron, what happens post-practice or after a game is just as important as the workout on the field...

Kids and concussions: An issue for all athletes

In a generation where youth football numbers are falling fast, Dr. Michael Cordas isn't about to throw the sport he played and loves under the bus...

 

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