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NU Athletic Director Reacts To New COVID Rules

The first detailed guidelines for resuming high school and other youth sports in California, since the start of the pandemic, have been released by state health officials. It creates a path toward resumption. But it won’t likely happen anytime soon. No competitions are allowed at least until January 25th and perhaps later, depending on a notable reduction in cases. For football, soccer, and indoor volleyball you would need to get back to Orange Tier. Meanwhile, Nevada Union High School’s Athletic Director, Daniel Crossen, says the California Interscholastic Federation has been in talks with health officials about allowing all sports to resume if you hit the second most infectious tier, the Red Tier…

click to listen to Daniel Crossen

Crossen says under most-infectious Purple Tier sports like cross-country, golf, swimming, skiing and snowboarding coutd resume. But basketball is looking even less likely to happen, since it would require going to the least-infectious Yellow Tier…

click to listen to Daniel Crossen

It’s unclear if spectators could attend. The resumption date will be reassessed on January fourth, or when students and staff return from their holiday season break.

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