Michael Tuohy and the Farm-to-Fan Challenge


The price kids pay for the big business of youth sports; photos of the Sacramento Mural Festival; and small businesses are forced to take the “high-road” when they can’t afford to fight someone stealing their ideas. 

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Youth sports have become big business — but at what cost?

More youth are participating in competitive (tryout-based), travel teams that practice more often and play additional games, often year-round, as parents shell out thousands of dollars per child, per sport, per year. The stakes are high. Or so they seem, as college scholarships or professional careers beckon at the finish line.

Aug 30, 2016 @ 5 am Sena Christian