Academy Sports and Outdoors, Inc. (NASDAQ:ASO)
Q4 2020 Earnings Call
Mar 30, 2021, 11:00 a.m. ET
Good morning, ladies and gentlemen and welcome to the Academy Sports + Outdoors fourth-quarter and fiscal-year 2020 earnings conference call. [Operator instructions] I will now turn the call over to Michael Mullican, CFO of Academy Sports +
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Sweet Arrow Lake County Park again will host the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission’s Mentored Youth Trout Day on Saturday, March 27. MYTD began a few years
DUBLIN, March 18, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The “Sports Nutrition Foods and Drinks – Global Market Trajectory & Analytics” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
The global market for Sports Nutrition Foods and Drinks is projected to exceed US$ 90 billion by 2022, driven by the convergence of sports nutritional diets and general health and wellness diets.
The growing awareness over the importance of protein, carbohydrates and vitamins for
While shooting around in Ram’s Head Recreation Center as a first-year, John Miringu got a random invitation to play flag football for an intramural team.
“And that was about it,” said Miringu, a junior majoring in business. “I just played flag football and it was fun, so I decided to play basketball when that season came around.”
Though he did not play sports in high school, Miringu appreciated the opportunity
The city of Longview is inviting the public to put down their walking sticks and shillelaghs and forgo the four-leaf clover counting next to the big green lake for awhile in order to take part in the Electrifying Shamrock Run/Walk on March 19.
The St. Patrick’s Day celebration will consist of two heats, one beginning at 7:15 p.m. and the other firing off at 7:45 p.m. The course will begin
Saturday, March 6, 2021 | 2 a.m.
The line of customers was at least 100 people deep outside Sportco Sporting Goods on this February afternoon.
The longtime supplier of
Indoor high school sports has scored a collective victory for a return to action in California, thanks to advocacy groups pushing
For some people, Massachusetts is well behind the pack and cannot legalize sports wagering soon enough. But others say lawmakers should pump the brakes, learn from research conducted in mature gambling markets and take the time to ensure that as many of the unknowns around sports betting are addressed in any bill that moves forward.
While 25 other states, including neighboring Rhode Island, New Hampshire and New York, have already
Golfers must be Forsyth County residents to be eligible to play in any of those tournaments.
Thomas said the recreation department would work with area courses and provide applications available this spring.
“We plan to reach out to more schools to get our junior numbers up,” Thomas said of the Forsyth Junior, which had about 25 golfers last summer. “CDC guidelines will be followed and hopefully we’ll see some new
WHITESBORO – Just like Zoom meetings and virtual game nights, livestreamed sporting events have become a routine of pandemic-era life.
According to a release, Middle Township has now put a new twist on the trend by bringing livestreaming to youth rec sports. The Middle Township Recreation Department pulled together a reasonably priced, high-quality streaming system in time for the season’s first K-3 basketball game Feb. 6.
Because state Covid regulations
New amenities at Wellfield Park are expanding the recreational opportunities in Ramona and providing COVID-friendly options to play solo.
Among the offerings are a tournament-level 15-lane horseshoe concourse, with three practice lanes outside and 12 inside a chain link fence, and a 9-basket disc golf course that opened Jan. 15. Both are accessible off Elm Street, with the first tee of disc golf located near the horseshoe pits.
When Amplus Academy first announced it would start a flag football program, the response was anything but overwhelming.
Coach Ariana Grgas said one player showed up in person and two virtually to the first meeting. But word quickly spread, and a team of 12 was formed.
On Friday, the Archers will make history as they play their first game against SLAM! Nevada at 4:30 p.m. on Field No. 6 at
BROOKLINE, MA — Earlier this week, the Brookline Health Commissioner announced all school sports should cease until February because of the pandemic. Wednesday, he added non-school related recreational sports to that temporary ban.
The pause, effective immediately, includes all practices, games, scrimmages and tournaments and applies to public and private schools in town, as well as public and private recreational sports programs.
The order applies to organized sports scheduled to
WENATCHEE — Wenatchee senior point guard Garrett Long has a routine. One he’s kept even before COVID-19 upset everyone’s applecart in March, and one he’s also maintained throughout the pandemic, even with a lack of resources at times.
His motivation? Distinguishing himself apart from every other 6-foot-2 point guard in the state, from an area that aside from Joe Harris and Hailey Van Lith, hasn’t necessarily established itself as a
Anger is mounting over inconsistencies for grass-roots sport between various members of the United Kingdom during the third lockdown.
Under-12s, angling, golf and tennis groups have expressed dismay over activities being allowed in Scotland but not in England.
The obliteration of children’s sport this week does not apply north of the border for primary school ages following lobbying in the spring by Play Scotland. Children under the age of 12
WEST SAND LAKE, N.Y. (NEWS10) – After a challenging year for most, Capital Region kids with disabilities have something new to cheer about. According to STRIDE Adaptive Sports, a West Sand Lake-based nonprofit that provides sport and recreation opportunities for children with disabilities, Stewart’s Shops/Dake Family Foundation has made a “major financial donation” that will help keep STRIDE’s programs running in 2021.
STRIDE Founder/CEO Mary Ellen Whitney explains that as