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interscholastic

1. (of sports events, competitions, etc.) occurring between two or more schools
2. representative of various schools
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Tom Ridge today appointed 12 Pennsylvania educators, parents, coaches and athletic officials to the 17-member Pennsylvania Athletic Oversight Council, which will oversee and recommend ways to reform the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA).
Most of the interscholastic cases cited will deal with football - no great surprise because of the nature of the game and the large settlements evolving from injury sustained in it.
The CIF is the governing body for all interscholastic athletics at public and private high schools in California.
WHAT: Kickoff program for the Interscholastic Alliance of African-American Males (IAAM, pronounced "I AM"), an innovative college support program funded by Southern California Edison for African-American teens in South-Central Los Angeles.
In addition, the California Interscholastic Federation had $1 million in funding designed to help local districts recoup the costs of coaching education programs, which covered steroid and supplement use, eliminated because of the budget crisis.
14 to comply with University Interscholastic League rules, which prohibit live television broadcasts of Friday night games in Texas.
Marie Ishida, executive director of the California Interscholastic Federation, said a $1 million program for coaches run by CIF was eliminated because of budget cuts.
She is currently Second Vice President of the MSSAA, and also serves on the Board of Directors of the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association.
Just 16 players shot lower than 80 in the half-state competition that included 119 individuals and 10 teams from the Southern, City, San Diego and Central sections of the California Interscholastic Federation.
Nicholas Papas and Bill Wilhelm have been chosen as the recipients of the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association's (MIAA) Ninth Annual Sherman A.
Newbury Park refused to let Carpenter walk away by successfully proving in a nine-week appeal to the California Interscholastic Federation that Rudy Carpenter's mother - who is divorced from his father - was Rudy's athletic parent and that because she lived in Newbury Park, Rudy was not eligible to play sports at Westlake.
The organization sponsors 80 state championships for students competing in 16 interscholastic activities.