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Do you know how our new Shop page works?

Earlier this month we launched a brand-new shop-raising page that you could get to by clicking the SHOP link on our site navigation. When you shop for the things you need by using the links on that page, our athletic department earns cash-back from your purchase! Here is a quick video with how the program is powered through

Where Are the Toughest Places to Play? Nominate Now:

We here at VNN are doing a feature for our national media site highlighting the toughest places to play in all of high school sports and we want to hear from YOU what Stadium/Field/Gym/Course/Venue is the toughest to play and why? Loading… Be on the lookout for the final feature coming soon on VNNsports.net!   Presented by:

What can 26% more do for your game? – Presented by 37.5® Technology

You know the stories – Tom Brady in Super Bowl LI, LeBron and Kyrie Irving in the 2016 NBA Finals, Landon Donovan vs. Algeria at the 2010 World Cup, 2015’s 2nd ‘Serena Slam,’ all unbelievable performances by athletes in un-winnable environments. Work hard in the first three quarters and often you’ll come away the victor,

Concussions & The Modern Athlete – Presented by VNN x State Champs

This year, we’re partnering with our friends at State Champs Sports Network to present game previews, highlights, and original stories that impact schools across the country. With Fall sports underway, this week, we’re looking at player safety, with the program – “Concussions and the Modern Athlete.” Originally filmed for Michigan and its MHSAA member Schools, the 30-minute special, hosted by Kiara

Sponsored: Change Your Shirt, Change Your Performance – Presented by 37.5® Technology

Athletes will do strange things for an edge over their opponents. Magnets to improve recovery after workouts, hologram bracelets, and the copper-fit compression sleeves that supposedly kept Brett Farve throwing bullets until well into his 40’s are just a few examples of things athletes have embraced to improve their performance in practices and games. But what if playing harder,