NFHS: Name, Image, Likeness (NIL) rules will not change for high school athletes

Current high school student-athletes cannot earn money as a result of their connection to their high school team.

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NFHS approves use of 35-second shot clock starting with 2022-23 high school basketball season

Eight states currently use a shot clock: California, Maryland, Massachusetts, New York, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Dakota and Washington.

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NFHS Director: High school sports continue to be played safely and successfully

In her latest NFHS Voice column, Dr. Karissa Niehoff outlines how high school sports have successfully been played across the country during the 2020-21 school year without a single documented case of large-scale outbreaks of COVID-19 spread from actual competition.

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Q&A with NFHS Executive Director Dr. Karissa Niehoff: ‘If there are no fall championships, state associations … will be in pretty dire straits financially’

Karissa Niehoff, the Executive Director of the National Federation of State High School Associations, fielded questions from reporters in a virtual press conference addressing the return to high school sports from a national perspective.

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