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Glasgow High edges William Penn in tournament opener

GLASGOW, Del. – The 2018-19 Delaware Interscholastic Athletic Association basketball postseason got underway on Monday afternoon at Glasgow High School when the first ever DIAA/Special Olympics Unified basketball state tournament game tipped off between...

8 teams vying for Unified basketball state crown

Fourteen high schools tipped off in December to officially launch the inaugural season of DIAA/SODE Unified basketball. Of the 14, eight have advanced to the first ever Unified Basketball State Tournament. WILMINGTON (DE): Mount Pleasant...

DIAA 2019 Indoor Track Championships

The Delaware Interscholastic Athletic Association (DIAA) hosted its Indoor Track and Field Championships at Prince George’s Sports & Learning Complex in Landover, MD on February 2nd.  Dover High School Boys took its 2nd title...

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