STAFF BLOG REPUBLIC INSIDER Who looks worse today: Munsen or administrators?
My Monday morning got off to a fast start when we received an anonymous tip about the Mitchell boys' basketball program being put on probation for a year by the South Dakota High School Activities Ass... Posted on 5/24/11 at 8:47 AM
Pending school board approval in January, the Scotland wrestling team will co-op with Bon Homme starting next year.
Scotland Activities Director Jim Kocer said all five wrestlers who are eligible to return next year are planning on joining the newly merged team. However, he thinks it’s a possible step toward losing the program altogether.
“We’ve got such small numbers, so I don’t think we really have a choice,” said Kocer, who’s also the assistant wrestling coach.
Mitchell Superintendent Joe Graves estimates that discussions regarding the renovation of Joe Quintal Field began 10 years ago.
Tonight, after three years of planning and $2.9 million worth of construction, the Mitchell High School football team will open its newly renovated home. The Kernels will host Brookings at 7:30 p.m.
“I think anytime you open up a new facility, it’s just a lot of fun,” Graves said Thursday. “There’s a lot of excitement and a little bit of nerves, because it’s been such a long time coming. But mostly, it’s all fun.”
To some, Title IX is just a lesson in history books.
The younger generation of athletes may not know what it is, or why it exists, and cannot remember a time when female athletes were a rarity and girls had to fight for the right to compete.
But for superintendents and athletic directors across the nation, Title IX is a part of everyday tasks such as scheduling athletic events and practices, buying supplies and uniforms, and deciding on athletic budgets.
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