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DICKINSON HIGH SCHOOL’S decision to shut down the remainder of its first session of summer workouts

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DICKINSON HIGH SCHOOL’S decision to shut down the remainder of its first session of summer workouts was just one of the signs that a rising rate of coronavirus patients will further the concern of whether a 2020 high school football season can kick off in time.

Friday marked just eight weeks before the first kickoff Is scheduled, yet the UIL has not come forward with a plan to assure the safety of players, coaches and other essential personnel. More unnerving is the number of younger coronavirus cases throughout the state. While no deaths of teenagers have yet to be recorded, the concern of having a significant number of players infected could lead to some teams being forced to either forfeit games or suit up a hodgepodge of healthy varsity and subvarsity players.

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