Lacrosse players from Edgewood High School and Satellite High School in Florida wore headgear when they faced off in March

http://www.nytimes.com/2021/10/08/sports/lacrosse-girls-high-school-helmets-concussions.html Photo credit: Craig Bailey/Florida Today via Imagn Content Services, LLC The New York Times By Bill Pennington Oct. 8, 2021 A University of Florida study includes data from roughly 350,000 games and practices in more than 30 states. Headgear for girls has been mandated in Florida since 2015, and remains hotly debated. In 2015, without…

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New Research Provides Data on Women’s Headgear Use FRI JAN 8 2021 | PAUL OHANIAN | HIGH SCHOOL Findings from a new research study measuring the effects of headgear in high school girls lacrosse indicate that headgear is associated with a reduction in the magnitude of overall impacts but not a change in the rate…

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Rethinking Rewards in Kids’ Sports by Shana Norris http://https://www.bonbonbreak.com/rethinking-rewards-kids-sports/ A trip to the toy department at Target, $5 bill, ice cream after the game, pizza for dinner tonight … If you’re even slightly familiar with youth sports, I’m sure you’ve known parents who promise their kids a reward for scoring points in a game. Maybe…

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