NCHSAA Practices begin TODAY for Cross Country and Volleyball/WES Boys Soccer falls in NCISAA Playoffs(Semifinals)

For the 2020-2021 school year, today is the first day of practice for Cross Country and for Volleyball….Great day to be out-of-doors and ready for a 3-5 mile run….Indoors, volleyball should be safe, as long a they have the proper ventilation….

NCHSAA Calendar

CROSS COUNTRY | First Practice

VOLLEYBALL | First Practice

Wesleyan Christian Academy boys soccer falls in the NCISAA playoffs…..

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  1. I am just curious by what the advantages of starting sports right now is? First, let me start by saying I completely 100% agree that kids need something to do outside of being stuck in their home. But has anyone actually thought about the consequences of starting school sports before some schools have even started school in person? I think what we are teaching our youth right now is extremely dangerous. If it is safe enough to start school sports why isn’t it safe enough to go to school? Not to mention students that are “remote” only because of fears of covid are being allowed to participate in these sports yet they aren’t going to school. I just think we are walking a very dangerous line. Like I said I am as ready as anybody to start sports up again, but this isn’t college or professional sports. We do not have the technology these sports teams have. College and professional athletes are required to take covid test, yet High School will not have that capability. Like I said I understand the numbers and risk. I know it is low, but still why are SCHOOL SPORTS more important than starting school back. Especially in counties like Forsyth, Guilford, Wake and Alamance-Burlington that are still REMOTE ONLY!!! It’s just ridiculous and embarrassing that this is what we are teaching our young people.

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