High School

16-Year-Old High School Player Zion Williamson is Throwing Down Better Dunks Than NBA Stars

Zion Williamson would've shut down the NBA Dunk Contest.

Zion Williamson is a name that you need to get familiar with if you aren't already.

 

The 16-year-old AAU player has drawn interest from Kentucky, North Carolina, and Kansas but until 2018 we'll have to settle for seeing him elsewhere. Williamson is gaining a lot of attention for his amazing dunks and shows no signs of letting up anytime soon.

 

High School Lacrosse Players Under Investigation For Killing Guinea Pig in "Team Bonding" Ritual

The team is under investigation.

The Grosse Ile High School lacrosse team is making news for an incident that took place before a game.

 

A group of players killed a guinea pig in a "team bonding" pre-game ritual, and then proceeded to smear its blood on their bodies. All future games for the team have been suspended and at least 10 of the 18 members of the team are being questioned.

 

High School Football Player Charged With 69 Counts of Indecent Exposure After Team Photo

Sometimes a prank is more than a prank.

 

Hunter Osborn exposed himself on a dare from a teammate and it has landed the 19-year-old in hot water. The Red Mountain High School football team's photo features the player showing his penis, and has since been distributed in the school yearbook and football programs. 

 

29-Year-Old Man Posing as High School Basketball Player Arrested

People lie about their age from time to time, but this one takes the cake.

People lie about their age from time to time, but this one takes the cake.

 

According to The Windsor Star, a 29-year-old man who had been masquerading as a 17-year-old high school student has been arrested. Jonathan Nicola, who is 6'9 and 202lbs, is facing allegations on the validity of his age. He has been posing as an junior at Catholic Central High School in Canada for the past six months. 

 

HS Basketball Team Celebrates State Title Seconds Too Early

Let this be a lesson to never celebrate too early. 

 

Burrillville High School basketball team in Rhode Island lost the state title in the most gut-wrenching way possible. They had a one-point lead over Chariho when one of their players stole the ball and threw it up in the air thinking that was the end. Think again. The other team had one timeout left so when the ball came back down, they used it while the other team was celebrating and went on to win the game on a last-second inbound play. That's got to hurt.

 

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