Full Sportscast: Nevada ranked 29th in high school sports safety study
LAS VEGAS (KSNV News3LV) —
A high school sports study conducted by the Korey Stringer Institute and sponsored in part by the NFL shows that many individual states are not fully implementing key safety guidelines to protect athletes from potentially life-threatening conditions, including heat stroke.
The state-by-state survey showed North Carolina with the most comprehensive health and safety policies at 79 percent, followed by Kentucky at 71 percent.
At the bottom were Colorado's 23 percent and California's 26 percent.
Nevada ranked 29th at 45 percent.
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