More High School Football Games Disrupted Due to COVID-19

More High School Football Games Disrupted Due to COVID-19

Multiple California high school football games were canceled due to COVID-19 cases.

Esparto High School canceled its game last Friday due to not having enough players from either injury or COVID-19, FOX 40 reports.

“The Esparto Spartans’ road game against the Amador Buffaloes won’t happen after seven students were out due to an injury and six more players tested positive for COVID-19,” the outlet stated.

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From FOX 40:

The Spartans, who don’t have a junior varsity team, have 22 students on its varsity squad, leaving them without 13 players after the reported injuries and illnesses.

The decision to cancel the game came down to the number of students

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