Texas Set to Drug-Screen High School Athletes High school football season kicks off next week in Texas, where the sport is practically a religion. This year, the state plans to roll out the nation's largest steroid testing program for high school athletes. As many as 25,000 randomly selected Texas students will be screened this year.
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Texas Set to Drug-Screen High School Athletes

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Texas Set to Drug-Screen High School Athletes

Texas Set to Drug-Screen High School Athletes

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High school football season kicks off next week in Texas, where the sport is practically a religion. This year, the state plans to roll out the nation's largest steroid testing program for high school athletes. As many as 25,000 randomly selected Texas students will be screened this year.