The majority of state sports championships this season were won by private schools.

GA mulls separate public, private school sports titles

Jarek RutzGovernment, Headlines

On the heels of the state championships for many high school sports, the Delaware legislature is considering distinct title games for public and private schools.  Senate Bill 328, sponsored by Sen. Eric Buckson, R-Dover, directs the Delaware Interscholastic Athletic Association to separate all public and private school team championship sanctioned events. “The bill in and of itself is somewhat offensive …

A proposed bill would alter DIAA's process for accepting and reviewing waivers for potential student-athlete transfers. (Photo by Nick Halliday)

New bill lays out rules to high school transfer portal

Jarek RutzGovernment, Headlines

The emergence of the transfer portal has drastically changed the landscape of college sports in the past few years, notably making it difficult for coaches to recruit and maintain players. Now, the same idea of athletes transferring schools has made its way into the high school level, and a new bill by the Delaware General Assembly aims to smooth the …

MilfordLIVE Weekly Review – August 8, 2023

Sonja FreyMilford-live, Weekly Review

This Week’s Top Headlines Include: Milford Library plans many “cool” programs in August Hippiefest planned for August 19 New sessions planned for Yes2Health program Special Olympics Summer Camp planned for Camp Barnes Click on the image below to view as a PDF

David Baylor named new DIAA executive director 

Nick HallidayHeadlines, Sports

Former DIAA Executive Director Tommy Neubauer was brought in as a contracted part time help at the Executive Director position during the search for the new full time director.  It was until a few weeks ago did they finally find a fulltime replacement for Polk   DavidBaylor was appointed DIAA’s new Executive Director on July 17th. Baylor was born and raised …