The Arizona Interscholastic Association's scheduling committee unveiled proposals last week that would dramatically alter high school sports' competition structure, answering concerns about changes made in the past year.
The Arizona Interscholastic Association’s scheduling committee unveiled a set of proposals last week that would dramatically alter high school sports’ competition structure, answering the concerns about changes implemented in the past year.
PHOENIX — The agency that oversees high school sports in Arizona
will begin fingerprinting thousands of referees and umpires and
running those officials through an FBI criminal database before
they’re allowed to supervise sporting events involving