High schools are required to maintain the football scores for scholarship offers for their students, competing with other high schools, for talent scouts and news reports and rewards.
yea... they have it for high schools or if you want a league
Quickly sampling 12 school districts roughly 85% of high schools appear to have football teams. This is hardly scientific sampling. And by Football I am assuming American Football rather then Soccer.
Football is extremely popular is certain high schools. It is especially popular in small towns, as well as in the south.
Austin Westlake Chaparrals
Marshall University is located in Huntington, West Virginia that plays Division 1 football and there are several high schools known as Marshall that play high school football. One of these high schools is George Marshall High School located in Falls Church, Virginia.
because of the size of the schools
Basketball, football, and soccer.
I was a punter for a team in Ohio in 1998 and my longest punt was 75 yards.
Long Prairie-Grey Eagle High school.
EDGEWOOD ACADENY 17 wins.
Cheshire High School 49 years in a row
Thomas J. Dygard has written: 'Point Spread' -- subject(s): Gambling, Football, Universities and colleges, Fiction 'Outside Shooter' -- subject(s): Basketball, Fiction 'Running scared' -- subject(s): Football, Fiction 'Game plan' -- subject(s): Fiction, Schools, Football, High schools 'Forward pass' -- subject(s): Fiction, Schools, Football, Sex role, High schools 'Backfield package' -- subject(s): Fiction, Schools, Football, Friendship, High schools 'Point spread' -- subject(s): Fiction, Gambling, Football, Universities and colleges 'Running wild' -- subject(s): Fiction, Football, Friendship, High schools, Schools