Chippewa Hills football cancels game due to COVID-19 issues
This past weekend, Chippewa Hills football team had to cancel their away game because of COVID-19 cases among the players.
In recent weeks, there has been a significant increase in influenza outbreaks around Saginaw County and 19 confirmed or suspected cases have been reported on the high school’s campus alone. In order to prevent spreading this potentially deadly disease further during what is already shaping up as one of our worst flu seasons yet officials decided it was best for all involved if we called off Friday night’s big regional matchup against North Branch at Buell Stadium in Bronson Park in an effort stop any potential spread from occurring before teams even got onto each others’ fields. Coaches are working with Public Health Department Officials
This past Friday, the Chippewa Hills football team was supposed to play their biggest rival in a game that everyone had been waiting for. However, due to concerns over COVID-19 virus spreading through air conditioning units on campus and not being able to be contained at this point there has been no resolution found yet so all games have now officially been canceled until further notice.
This past Friday, the Chippewa Hills football team was supposed to battle it out with their biggest rivals but instead they were forced into an indefinite hiatus because of unresolved issues regarding COVID-19 viruses spread by AC systems throughout school buildings which will take time before we get another update from officials about when things might finally return back towards normal again after unprecedented shutdown