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Pain can affect every sports person’s next performance, and not to mention it can be very debilitating. The most common sports injuries that also cause pain to a lot of athletes include ankle sprain, hamstring strain, groin pull, shin splints, tennis elbow, and knee injury. Sudden stretches and overusing muscles can tear tendons, ligaments, and […]
There are people who play sports and people who play games that depict sports. But regardless of preferences, you can’t say one side is boring without having tried it.
Sports video games are a huge market largely monopolized by EA Games, but there was a time when there was plenty of competition between studios. When it comes to the best sports game, a few games are disputed. NBA Jam, NFL, and FIFA are all best sellers, but which of these games is considered the […]
This story appears courtesy of our partners, SportStars Magazine. Visit SportStarsMag.com to view more of their NorCal football coverage, and be sure to check out their October issue later this month to view exclusive column from CalHiSports.com that won’t be available anywhere else. Monte Vista’s Rutchena is a multi-sport standout and starter on both sides […]
Every year, it seems Pleasant Valley (Chico), Sutter and East Nicolaus control the fortunes in the top three divisions in the Northern Section CIF. Those three will be strong once again, but rising Foothill (Palo Cedro) and Shasta (Redding) aren’t far off to push for top spot. Defending D3 section champ West Valley (Cottonwood) reloads...
Major League Baseball (MLB) is the professional baseball league that many fans of the sport fervently follow and often even place bets on. If you also wish to learn how to bet on MLB games and bask in a lucrative experience, then you should take a look at the latest SportingPedia’s MLB tips. When you […]
SACRAMENTO, CALIF. – High school sports participation continues to increase in California and is at an all-time high for the seventh consecutive year according to the 2018-19 California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) Sports Participation Survey. Up by 0.67% since the previous survey in 2017-18, 814,004 student-athletes are competing in education-based athletic programs in California. “It’s reassuring […]
Cathedral Catholic is the defending Open Division champion and probably should be regarded as the favorite to start 2019, but arch-rival St. Augustine actually has more players on this year’s preseason squad of honors candidates with four. Other schools with multiple players written up include Lincoln of San Diego and Mission Hills of San Marcos....
High school sports in California has produced many memorable stars across all fields, including football, baseball, basketball and more. Here are some of the names to watch among the up and coming Class of 2020, a Mt. Rushmore foursome if you will, of contenders in future PA sportsbook promos. DJ Uiagalelei As a football player […]
By Louise Jimera Have you been playing sports for a long time? Well, me too. I’ve been at it for 13 long years, in fact. I’m fond of team sports the most like Frisbee and soccer but I don’t mind playing solo tennis, though. Although I never really took up any sport professionally, I did […]