Richland High School's Parker Mccary (21) moves past a tackle attempt from Skyview High School's Angelo Sarchi (1) a 4A state semifinal game at Lampson Stadium. High school sports participation increased across the nation for the 28th consecutive year last season, but football, the country’s most popular sport, experienced a 2.5 percent decrease.
Richland High School's Parker Mccary (21) moves past a tackle attempt from Skyview High School's Angelo Sarchi (1) a 4A state semifinal game at Lampson Stadium. High school sports participation increased across the nation for the 28th consecutive year last season, but football, the country’s most popular sport, experienced a 2.5 percent decrease. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald
Richland High School's Parker Mccary (21) moves past a tackle attempt from Skyview High School's Angelo Sarchi (1) a 4A state semifinal game at Lampson Stadium. High school sports participation increased across the nation for the 28th consecutive year last season, but football, the country’s most popular sport, experienced a 2.5 percent decrease. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald

High school sports participation increases for 28th straight year, but football numbers drop

August 07, 2017 06:51 PM