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New York state gives OK for high-risk high school sports: ‘Let’s go, baby!’ – syracuse.com

Wrestling, hockey, basketball, and competitive cheerleading can begin Feb. 1.

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Syracuse, N.Y. — New state Department of Health guidelines issued Friday appear to give the green light for high school and recreational sports considered as a high-risk for the spread of coronavirus to begin Feb. 1.
As far as scholastic competition goes, that covers activities such as wrestling, hockey, basketball and competitive cheerleading. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo had placed those sports on hold, allowing athletes to train individually but not practice as a team or play.
Yeah! Lets go, baby!…

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