Eastern Wake: Sports

June 10, 2014 2:30 PM

Intimidating high school coaches pushed to tone it down

Tough, loud and often intimidating behavior by coaches toward players has long been tolerated at all levels of sports, but high school athletic officials say it is time to end the culture of physical intimidation, verbal derision and profanity.

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