Up to the minute coverage of high school sports from around the Philadelphia region. From football to basketball, and everything in between, Aaron Carter has you covered.

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Philly athletes missing college opportunities as lost seasons keep recruiters away

Coaches fear that young women of color without college prospects will continue facing barriers to employment, and that idle teenage time could lead to even more victims of gun violence.

Northeast High’s Jon-Luke Peaker and Amara Yobouet traveled challenging roads to football national signing day

Yobouet's journey began at age 10 when he moved to America from Africa. Peaker's year has been filled with deaths in his family.

Pandemic-ravaged sports seasons create barriers to higher education for Philly athletes

The already slim chance high school athletes have to earn college scholarships is even less likely in Philadelphia schools, especially in the Public League, whose sports seasons were disrupted.

Cristo Rey names Kyle Sample athletic director

The new job is a homecoming for Sample, who grew up in North Philadelphia.

Black Coaches Association forms alliance aimed at creating opportunities for Philadelphia’s football players

Thirteen Black football coaches aim to make Philadelphia a must-stop destination for college recruiters, mentor young Black coaches, and ultimately create more role models for players.

Langston Wilson picks Alabama for his college hoops home

A 2018 graduate of Bonner-Prendergast, the 6-foot-9, 210-pound forward never played in high school but lit up the court at Georgia Highlands College.

A suspected heart condition couldn’t keep this Philly basketball star from getting back in the game

Sidelined at Bonner-Prendergast when doctors suspected he may have had Marfan syndrome, Wilson was finally cleared to play. A year at a Georgia junior college has turned into 44 scholarship offers.

Recruiting: Friends’ Central senior standout Ed Holland III chooses Penn basketball

The star forward overcame a series of injuries to make his Division I dream come true.

Rival Philly high school football coaches team up to help players fill void and keep them safe from street violence

Frankford coach Bill Sytsma and former Imhotep coach Nick Lincoln work with Beyond the Field, a program that helps kids replace football by keeping them safe from street violence.

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Sports fueled Philly athletes Dajah Horsey and Malika Douglas in their fight against food insecurity

Studies and data show that girls who participate in sports are more likely to lead healthy and productive lives. For those without enough to eat, this is especially important.