Category Archives: Sports

Will new regulations hinder volunteerism?

New state requirements will affect many people, including teens, volunteers, and those applying for a job working with minors. Recent changes to state law now require “comprehensive criminal and child abuse background checks” for employees and volunteers having contact with … Continue reading

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Want to be recruited by a college? Here are some tips for athletes

Many athletes who play at the high school level want to continue their career in college, and they want to be recruited by a great coach. There are many steps to being recruited, but some athletes are not aware of how … Continue reading

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Teddy Feinberg speaks to Teen Takeover writers

Teddy Feinberg, the assistant sports editor at York Daily Record, spoke to the Teentakeover writers on Feb. 5 to tell us about his job. Born in Long Island, Feinberg attended Central Washington University. Like most students, he had absolutely no … Continue reading

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Conquering the court: An introduction to high school sports

This is the time of the year when stairs are some students’ worst enemy and all of their time is spent willingly exercising. This is the beginning of the wonderful months when everyone is extremely tired and sore, but they have never felt so alive– … Continue reading

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Tailgating: Why’s it so great?

Looking ahead at the upcoming NFL season has many excited and presents the opportunity to tailgate on each and every Sunday before your favorite team kicks off. Once Sunday rolls around it’s time to break out the coolers, grills and … Continue reading

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Seven fun things to do and see in Washington, D.C.

  This summer was my first trip to Washington D.C. for the United States Junior National AAU basketball championships. The tournament was held at the Washington D.C Convention Center. There were more than 200 teams playing on 30 courts. Basketball … Continue reading

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Your Guide to the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics

How to navigate the numerous events and coverage of the 2104 Sochi Winter Olympics.

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NFL midseason countdown

At the end of week eight, the top five stories to care about include multiple injuries and shocking records.  

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Restore the Roar

Last Tuesday, the NCAA announced their decision to reduce the sanctions against Penn State as a reward for their implementation of the Free Report recommendations. A large part of the sanctions lifted have allowed the University to increase the amount … Continue reading

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My Trip To the O’s Game

While at the Orioles game last night, I noticed that as the game went on, the fans around me became more and more, to put it nicely, intoxicated.  I for one have no problem with those peoples’ way of having … Continue reading

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