High schools across Kansas expect school to open this fall, and with that may come Friday night football. Yet sports during a pandemic could look different.
The Kansas State High School Activities Association has issued new guidelines on how teams can get in shape this summer starting June 1 — insisting on social distancing rules and gathering restrictions that would apply even in high-contact sports.
That’s when things could get interesting: How do football and soccer work in the time of COVID-19?
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