ANOTHER CASE of celebrity burnout? In 2005 and '06 MTV followed Hoover High for Two-a-Days, a reality show about the Alabama 6A football powerhouse. But on Oct. 13, the school board released a report alleging school officials pressured teachers to improve players' grades and a coach spied on rival Vestavia Hills. The report also found evidence that coach Rush Propst had a "second" family in another town. On Oct. 23 Hoover was put on probation and had to forfeit four games for playing an ineligible transfer student. Propst resigned on Oct. 30 but coached the team in the postseason; Hoover fell to Vestavia Hills 21--17 in the quarterfinals.
239 CONSECUTIVE DUAL MEET WINS BY THE CHESHIRE ( CONN.) GIRLS' SWIM TEAM, A NATIONAL RECORD
91 TD PASSES BY COREY ROBINSON OF LONE OAK (KY.)