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We aren't the only ones missing Middle School sports

It could seem that the changes to Middle School sports were overlooked, and in many ways they have been, but NFHS recently published the article below discussing COVID and Middle School sports (Ohio and the championships at Obetz got a shout out) recognizing the hardship COVID posed for our athletes. Although I think the changes and precautions were absolutely necessary, it is good to read that we are still important and that getting back to good coaching, quality programs and important experiences in competition are recognized.


https://www.nfhs.org/articles/effects-of-covid-19-on-middle-school-athletics-and-activities/?utm_source=delivra&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=January%202021%20HST&utm_id=2654243&utm_term=Effects+of+COVID-19+on+Middle+School+Athletics+and+Activities&dlv-emuid=d0475f6f-9501-402e-a33e-b9687ccf2697&dlv-mlid=2654243


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