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Reducing Pitching Injuries: Count Pitches, Don’t Count on Surgery

Reducing Pitching Injuries: Count Pitches, Don’t Count on Surgery By Michael Koester, M.D. and Lynne-Marie Young on February 05, 2018hst Share Print “Take me out to the ball game. Take me out with the crowd.” Baseball: Home runs, strikeouts, pitching counts? As of the 2017 high school baseball season, rules now require a pitching-restriction policy

Softball Apparel On Sale Now

Below is the link to the order form for the softball apparel that is on sale now. For more information please contact Coach Sharp Softball Apparel Order Form      

High School Softball Rules Changes Focus on Intentional Walks, Equipment

The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Softball Rules Committee approved an addition to Rule 2 about intentional walks and three additions to Rule 3 regarding uniforms and equipment at its June 12-14 meeting in Indianapolis. All recommended changes were subsequently approved by the NFHS Board of Directors. In Rule 2-65-2, the committee

Sleep: An Underrated Player in Athletic Performance

Alarm clock. Wake-up. Eat. Train. School. Eat. More school. Practice. Eat. Homework. Sleep. Repeat. This is the day for millions of high school athletes, but what happens when something else needs to fit into an already full day? The answer for many is less sleep to cram in more commitments. Unfortunately, the unintended consequence of

Study Indicates Higher Injury Rates for Athletes Who Specialize in One Sport

A study conducted by the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health and funded by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Foundation revealed that high school athletes who specialize in a single sport sustain lower-extremity injuries at significantly higher rates than athletes who do not specialize in one sport. The