Rock superstar and actor Meat Loaf had an amazing career, selling 100 million records around the world and appearing in 50 movies and TV shows, but he somehow also made time to coach high school softball in suburban Connecticut; CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.

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Rock Star Meat Loaf Remembered In Connecticut As 'Coach Meat' Of Joel Barlow High School Softball TeamRock superstar and actor Meat Loaf had an amazing career, selling 100 million records around the world and appearing in 50 movies and TV shows, but he somehow also made time to coach high school softball in suburban Connecticut; CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Seward Park H.S. Cheerleaders Heading To National CompetitionThe Seward Park High School cheerleading squad on the Lower East Side is going to nationals.
St. Luke's Head Of School Clarifies Details Surrounding Death Of 16-Year-Old Hockey Player Teddy BalkindFor the first time, we are hearing about how the family of 16-year-old Teddy Balkind is doing after his tragic death; CBS2's Kiran Dhillon reports.
Thousands Sign Petition For Mandatory Neck Guards To Play HockeyDays after a teenager was killed during an ice hockey game in Connecticut, thousands of people are calling for changes to the sport.
Tributes Pour In After Death Of 16-Year-Old Connecticut Hockey Player Teddy BalkindA Connecticut community is struggling to come to grips with the tragic death of a young hockey player. Teddy Balkind died earlier this week from injuries suffered during a high school hockey game. CBS2's Kiran Dhillon spoke to those who knew and loved him.
Connecticut High Schooler Dies After Accident During Youth Hockey GameA young hockey player in Connecticut has died after a collision between two players on the ice during a school game; CBS2's Kiran Dhillon reports.
Track And Field Competition Returns To Washington Heights' Armory After Pandemic PauseThe pandemic has added a layer of complexity to events large and small, including a track and field competition at the Armory in Washington Heights. Young athletes are back in action after a long pandemic pause earlier this year; CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Wall School Board Meeting Gets Heated Amid Hazing InvestigationThere was a heated school board meeting Tuesday night as the hazing investigation continues at Wall High School in New Jersey; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
New Jersey Community Mourning Loss Of Longtime Football Coach Drew GibbsA New Jersey community is mourning the sudden loss of a longtime football coach in New Jersey; CBS2's Nick Caloway reports.
Wall HS Cancels Football Season, Thanksgiving GameWall High School's Thanksgiving football game and the rest of the season have been canceled amid allegations of hazing.
PSAL: Schools Can Allow Spectators At Games NowThere's an update on the COVID restrictions for New York City public school athletes.
Rally Planned To Protest COVID Rules For NYC Public School SportsA rally is planned for this weekend to protest COVID rules for New York City public school athletes. Students, coaches and parents say some of the restrictions put them at a severe disadvantage, especially when it comes to scholarships they're counting on; CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.
Sofia LaSpina, 15, Makes History On Long IslandHistory was made at a varsity high school football game on Long Island over the weekend. Sofia LaSpina made history as the first female football player on Long Island to score a touchdown. CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
Delta Variant Creates Concerns About High Risk High School SportsThere's concern high-risk high school sports may be postponed or even canceled again for the upcoming fall season in New York. It comes after the state education department released new recommendations for the school year; CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.
August Martin High School Receives $20 Million For Athletic Field ImprovementsA multi-million dollar announcement means student-athletes at a Queens high school will soon have a place to compete. For years, City Council Member Adrienne Adams has been advocating for the funding; CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
COVID Restrictions Eased For High School Sports In New York CityImproving COVID numbers have prompted the Department of Education to lift restrictions on school sports competitions in the city.
New York City High School Basketball Teams Stuck Playing Outside Due To COVID ConcernsAs COVID restrictions ease, high school basketball players were looking forward to hitting the hardwood like NBA teams. Instead, they're stuck outside; CBS2's Nick Caloway reports.
Ban On Interstate Indoor Youth Sports Competitions Will Be Lifted In New JerseyIn New Jersey, some more normalcy is coming for children who play sports.
High School Football Returns To NYC After More Than 1 YearAfter more than a year on the sidelines, high school football kicked off again in New York City.
NYC Softball Players Miffed After Coach Quits To Coach BaseballCBS2's Cory James has the story from LaGuardia High School.
New Jersey Sets Restart Date For Youth Sports, New Goals For In-Person LearningHigh school athletes in New Jersey will soon be able to play ball again with restrictions, and Gov. Phil Murphy has new goals for in-person learning for all students; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
NCAA's Extended Eligibility May Have Unintended Consequences For High School AthletesThe NCAA has granted current college athletes an extra year of eligibility due to the pandemic, but this may have unintended consequences for high school athletes hoping to play at the next level; CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
COVID-19 1 Year Later: For A Time, America Had To Deal With No SportsCBS2's Otis Livingston has more on how fans and athletes adapted to being sidelined during the early part of the pandemic.
SEE IT: Incredible Buzzer-Beater On Long IslandThe JV basketball game between Malverne and East Rockaway last weekend ended in dramatic fashion. CBS2's Steve Overmyer has more on the fantastic finish.

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