Ive been told by my AD that Summit County in northeast Ohio is pausing approval of any wrestling plans for this season. Has anyone else heard this or anything similar?
I just got an email that the Lieutenant Governor will be addressing winter sports with school leaders on Monday, so maybe Summit is waiting to hear what he says first before moving forward.
He STRONGLY advised to have only duals/tri’s.
He also made it clear that if the next 4 weeks continue the trend of the previous 4 weeks there will be action taken - which I assumed to mean schools closed, athletic seasons halted/changed/canceled, etc.
That stinks, because cases will rise, just like the Sun is going to rise in the east. It's how nature works. People need to be proactive and protest these idiotic shut downs.
Just a modern example of Canute shouting at the tide.
Let's see if my question gets answered!
I emailed asking if there was any data of team to team transmission during interscholastic competition this fall in any sports?
If we cannot attribute 1 infection to competition of thousands and thousands of athletes... then our protocols are working and we should be allowed the opportunity to compete.
Not sure how you want people to push back. Even if individual schools wanted to their legal teams would just laugh.
I sent it to the athletics@governor email provided.Who/What group did you email? Please let us know if you get any sort of answer.
I sent it to the athletics@governor email provided.
I was extremely disappointed in the meeting.
I am an extremely busy guy and wasting my time is unacceptable. To basically spend 45 minutes saying make sure your kids wear masks outside of you seeing them over and over and basically we don't know what's going to happen was unacceptable.
I already spend all day telling kids to wear masks...
If we can trace infection events back to parties, weddings, etc. My question should be easily answered.
Further there is data of wrestling happening now that should be used to determine risk of infection.