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Boston Globe wins youth sports coverage award March 29, 2010

A seven-part series in the Boston Globe about the plight of student-athletes in Boston public schools — a series that chronicled a pattern of neglect on and off the field and eventually led to action by the city’s mayor as well as business and community leaders — was selected as the inaugural winner of the Award for Excellence in Coverage of Youth Sports, presented by the John Curley Center for Sports Journalism at Penn State.

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