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  1. Glasco snares National Player of the Year

    Chad Konecky

    Geri Ann Glasco thought she was recording an interview with television analyst and international softball legend Jessica Mendoza, but the only sound bite cameras captured was the stunned teen's gasp when the two-time Olympic medalist unveiled the Gat...

    Blog | June 13, 2012
  2. POY Alumni: Reyna to run Team USA camp

    Chad Konecky

    United States Under-23 men's soccer head coach Caleb Porter has chosen a 31-man roster for this month's Team USA pre-Olympic training camp in Duisburg, Germany, from Nov. 7-16. But because of Porter's dual responsibilities as head coach of defending ...

    Blog | November 04, 2011
  3. Teen medal count mounts

    Chad Konecky

    American teen trio produces a weekend of Olympic highlights in Sydney.

    AssociateStory | September 25, 2000
  4. Olympics give "small" sports big boost

    Chad Konecky

    Every two years, the Olympic Games provide "smaller" sports with increased exposure, helping high school teams fill out their rosters. But not every sport seems to enjoy a participation boost.

    AssociateStory | September 01, 2000
  5. High hopes

    Chad Konecky

    Three high school students will be looking to leave their mark in Boston, Mass., from Aug. 18-20, competing in the U.S. Olympic gymnastics trials.

    AssociateStory | August 18, 2000
  6. Sweet 16

    Chad Konecky

    Sixteen teenagers will represent the United States swim team in the upcoming Summer Olympics. Each and every one of them will be chasing the legend status achieved by Janet Evans 12 years ago.

    AssociateStory | August 17, 2000
  7. Crazy about kayaking

    Chad Konecky

    Kayaking, arguably America's fastest-growing water sport, has graduated from quirky Olympic TV highlight to full-blown fad among teenagers.

    AssociateStory | July 11, 2000
  8. A Carnival Atmosphere

    Chad Konecky

    The size of the annual Penn Relay Carnival, now in its 106th year, is surpassed only by its status as the premiere scholastic track event in the country.

    AssociateStory | April 26, 2000