This content was originally found in Issue No. 7 of this year’s Senators Program
Across all sports, there are teams that fans will always look back at as “once in a lifetime” type teams. 756 more words
If you want to officiate a school-related sporting event in Tennessee, get ready to submit to a criminal background investigation.
The Tennessee House of Representatives passed SB 2118 by a unanimous 93-0 vote on Thursday. 252 more words
Here is a great inspirational video about perseverance and the true definition of commitment to a program and coach.
“The Finish Line”:
“It’s purely your decision to be champions or not.” – Coach Jim Tracy, San Francisco University HS Girls Cross Country Head Coach… 6 more words
Those who officiate “interscholastic athletic events” would have to undergo criminal background checks under a new bill pending before the Tennessee General Assembly.
The proposal, SB 2118, would require “referees or officiates of interscholastic athletic events to submit to a criminal background investigation and provide a fingerprint sample.” 560 more words