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By | November 13, 2014

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Kids In Sports Fall sports are in young athletes and their parents–trips to the doctor or therapist's office. Sports-related injuries in children are on the rise. According to the American Academy of thrower, or mentions of heel pain, foot pain, or aching knees in your pre-adolescent

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Of shin splints in young male athletes, 118. RASMUSSEN, W. Shin splints: definition and treatment. J. Sports Med. 2:111–117, 1974. 119. 136. SLOCUM, D. Overuse syndromes of the lower leg and foot in athletes (Instruct. Lect.). Am. Acad. Orthop. Surg. 17:359–367, 1960. 137.

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In the car the recruit keeps his headphones on. They are a pair of large white Beats by Dre and they are made starker by his dark dreadlocks. I ask him what other schools he is considering, but his music is so loud he can't hear me. The driver, University of Louisiana at Lafayette assistant coach Gus Hauser, taps him on the arm. "He wants to know where you're looking?" he says. The recruit pulls

Here's a look at Our Town Sports for Nov. 13, 2014.

SPRING HILL – With a convincing first round victory over Lexington one week ago, the Raiders (6-5) aim to stop an offensive juggernaut in the form of Pearl Cohn (9-2) on Friday night on the road in the second round of the District 4-A playoffs.

Watch UTEP's press conferenceBy: Genevieve Curtis and the Associated PressEL PASO, Texas — The University of Texas at El Paso says it has kicked three players off the men's basketball team after they bet on at least one sporting event.UTEP Executive Vice