West-South Central Articles


HurricaneBarry
Article | July 24, 2019
Barry Leaves Behind Flooding, Sewage – and Plenty of Cancelled Sports   

As the first major storm of the hurricane season, Barry made a terrible impression. He barged in uninvited, overstayed his welcome and left a mess... More>>



AlienChase
Article | July 24, 2019
Storming Area 51 Won't Bag Aliens But Sports and Travel Skyrocketed   

Shoving aside the toxic headlines of the week was the refreshingly weird news that more than a million people had pledged to raid Area 51 in Roswell,... More>>



InsideEvents
Article | July 24, 2019
Inside Events: USA Dodgeball   

Dodgeball, the sport everyone remembers from the playground, is being contested in leagues around the U.S., as well as on the national and... More>>



Ledecky
Article | July 10, 2019
International Swimming League Dives into Competitive Swimming Market   

Four U.S. cities stand to benefit as the brand-new International Swimming League tests the waters this fall. The ISL, a professional sports league... More>>



Masters
Article | July 10, 2019
Texas Family Pleads Guilty in Scheme to Resell Tickets for The Masters   

Hard on the heels of the college admissions scandal comes the news of a Texas family who was recently arrested for masterminding a scheme to resell... More>>



Regional1
Article | June 27, 2019
Warm, Welcoming – and Winning   

With its mild, humid climate and famed welcoming southern hospitality, the Southeastern region is uniquely positioned to host athletes and their... More>>



Multi1
Article | June 27, 2019
Ready to Fight   

Combat sports offer both youth and adults a great way to interact in person, focus, gain self-discipline, reduce stress and stay fit. Even better... More>>



Landscape1
Article | June 27, 2019
Keeping Pace   

Recreational, competitive and endurance runners have no shortage of races to choose from these days, and plenty of settings to enjoy. From urban... More>>



Facilities1
Article | June 27, 2019
The Growth of Lacrosse   

Lacrosse has ditched its niche status, becoming one of the fastest-growing team sports in America. From 2001 to 2017, total participation skyrocketed... More>>



Ref
Article | June 26, 2019
Louisiana Law Gives Jail Time for Yelling at Youth Sports Officials   

A brand-new Louisiana law makes harassing a ref on the scholastic or rec level a crime punishable by up to 90 days in jail. And the offender has to... More>>



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