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    July 21, 2016 WWLP-TV Springfield, MA   Most parents of football players know their children are at risk of concussions. The sport itself is becoming increasingly more aware of the risk and implementing new training. But what about the activity on the sidelines that’s long been debated whether it’s a sport or not? That’s cheerleading. As...
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