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Friday Night Bytes: Can Analytics Revolutionize High School Football?

MIDDLETOWN, N.J. — The Mater Dei Prep Seraphs faced fourth-and-6 from the Middletown South 40-yard line in a scoreless October game with about four minutes…

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‘Everything Is Closed Down.’ The Lack of Youth Sports Is a Crisis.

Tyrone Riley is worried. He is a basketball coach and a father, and he is witnessing firsthand the devastating effects of the coronavirus pandemic on…

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Tom Jernstedt, an Architect of March Madness, Dies at 75

Tom Jernstedt, who helped transform the N.C.A.A. men’s college basketball tournament into the major annual sports attraction known as March Madness, died on Saturday outside…

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Schools Find Health Risks in Water After Covid-19 Lockdowns

The new coronavirus is not the only illness that teachers, students, parents and staff will have to worry about as some schools attempt to reopen…

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Who Should Compete in Women’s Sports? There Are ‘Two Almost Irreconcilable Positions’

A restrictive Idaho law — temporarily blocked by a federal judge Monday night — has amplified a charged debate about who should be allowed to…

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