States grappling with ways to save sports
As state high school athletic associations grapple with making budgets balance in the wake of the nation's economic struggles, the debate over how to keep sports alive is heating up.
Some believe it's best for a state organization to control its members' business. Others adamantly argue for leaving that power in the hands of the schools.
On April 9, the Colorado High School Activities Association took a stand for schools' rights and rejected a proposal to cut competition schedules ...
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