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Both are considered high risk sports in IL.
Wrestling probably needs to happen for football to happen in spring. College sports will not impact anything with HS football.
I have one that works at a Catholic high school who is throwing a temper tantrum daily about going back.
Maybe you will get this in early April.
Well most schools are sharing a turf field if they have one with 3 levels of football and 3 levels of soccer.
They also cancel most of their March games and stay inside hitting in cages or pitching in hallways.
I can not see many early morning practices outside in February or March when it is even more miserable. And if they do have them it will have to...
You can give stuff to do on their own. But doing things on their own for six months is not gonna happen for most kids. Especially Frosh.
That would probably require actually being in the building. I am guessing schools who are fully remote will want the least amount of people on...
Because it is.
I kind of missed being searched for weapons to see a football game last year.
Because it makes the most sense. Of course there will be a handful of teams with out of state games those weeks but they will have to suck it up...
The weather the first six weeks will be worse than anything we typically see in October/November.
The real positive is if we play that means...
Just finished. Much more realistic but not as entertaining. This gave a portrayal of life at a non scholarship Juco. The head coach in this season...
I would be looking in other parts of Missouri before counting on this place.
I would love to see a study on percent of kids who enroll early and playing time as frosh. My guess is most still redshirt and some do not even...
That doesn't mean anything. Schools take any kid who signs that can go early if possible.
Chicago Archdiocese is doing this.
Boom will make more money than usually do off of parents for basically a house touch football league.
Easily over 400. Probably around 500.