One-Armed Athlete Makes Big Impression On Football FieldCBS2's Steve Overmyer has the latest on the one-armed student not allowing physical challenges from holding him back on the football field.
Long Island Student Athlete Breaks BarriersCBSN New York's Jennifer McLogan has the latest on a Long Island student athlete is breaking barriers, playing soccer and football.
How To Avoid Being A Parent Behaving Badly At Sports EventsCBS2's Meg Baker has the latest on a new video providing tips for parents so they can control themselves at school sporting events.
New Jersey Trying To Prevent Opioid Addiction In Student AthletesNew Jersey has a new tactic to prevent student athletes from getting hooked on opioids; CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
NJ School Athletes To Watch Opioid VideoHigh school athletes are being required to watch an opioid video with help of professional athletes in New Jersey. CBSN New York's Meg Baker reports.
Referee Suspended After Having Wrestler's Dreadlocks CutA New Jersey high school referee has been suspended for having a wrestler's dreadlocks cut off.
New York To Provide Concussion InformationNew York State will now provide parents with sports concussion information as part of a new law.
Keeping An Eye On Unruly Parents As Kids Start School SportsCBS2's Cindy Hsu reports on how parents also need to watch their behavior as their children head back to school sporting programs.
Donors Step Up To Save Wyandanch School SportsCBS2's Jennifer McLogan has the latest on the effort to fund school sports for a struggling Long Island school district.
Refs Quitting As Parents Keep Behaving BadlyCBS2's Steve Overmyer has the latest on the school referee shortage as parents continue to act out at their children's games.
Measles Outbreak Causes Riff Between School DistrictsA high school baseball game scheduled to be played in Rockland County has been moved to the opponent's home field in Westchester County due to the measles outbreak. But many believe the move was unnecessary. CBS2's Reena Roy reports
Board Of Education Meeting On Jersey Wrestler's HaircutA south Jersey board of education will hold a special emergency meeting Wednesday, a week after a referee ordered a high school wrestler to cut his dreadlocks or forfeit the match. CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
Outrage After Student Wrestler Forced To Have Dreadlocks CutA New Jersey high school wrestler was forced to have his hair cut by a referee. The incident is now under investigation.
Queens High School Coach Wins 800th GameRon Naclerio of Benjamin Cardozo High School wins his historic 800th game. CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Students Lobby For Sports EquityCBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas has the latest on local minority students lobbying for equal access to sports funding in school.
High School Basketball Coach Loses Famous OfficeThe boys basketball coach at Benjamin Cardoza High School is being kicked out of his famous office that became a shrine to 40 years of student athletes. TV 10/55's Hazel Sanchez reports.
New Jersey High School Football Adopts Instant ReplayCBS2's Ali Bauman has the latest on New Jersey high schools using instant replay in football games.
Former Foes Unite For High School Football Teams In YonkersEight teams have now combined into two, made possible by the friendly rivalry between police officers and firefighters. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
ADL Meets With Fairfield Prep Over Lacrosse ControversyOfficials from the Anti-Defamation League met Tuesday with representatives of Fairfield Prep to discuss the anti-Semitic comments made by its fans at a high school lacrosse game last week in Westport, Connecticut. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports
Anti-Semitic Songs Heard At High School Lacrosse GameA troubling situation unfolded recently at a lacrosse game in Connecticut between Staples High School and Fairfield Prep. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports
Update: Airplane Drags Banner Trashing School Baseball CoachesTony Aiello updates on a hired small plane that dragged a banner reading "Fire coaches Schrader & Kowalczyk" above the Briarcliff baseball quarterfinal playoff win over Irvington.
New Cheerleading Policy At New Jersey High School Sparks ControversyAfter a mother complained that her daughter didn't make the cut, the school decided the cheerleading squad needs to be more inclusive. CBS2's Lisa Rozner has more.
N.J. High School's Cheerleading Policy Angers ManyAfter receiving a complaint, a New Jersey high school decided that everyone who tries out for the cheerleading team has to make it. Needless to say, there are many students and parents not happy about that. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports
Checking For TicksJust because your child may be playing on a well-manicured sports field doesn't necessarily mean he or she is safe from ticks. CBS2's Dana Tyler reports