In another sign of progress during the COVID-19 pandemic, Wheatland Union High School’s football team in Northern California was given final clearance to begin conditioning workouts Wednesday, athletic director David Contreras said.
Wheatland will follow strict social distancing guidelines and not use a football in the workouts, according to Contreras. Wheatland, located an hour from Sacramento, received permission from its administration and county health department. Cheerleaders will be allowed to begin drills Thursday.
Important Announcement: We have been cleared to start Football workouts on May 27th. All current football players must be cleared through Homecampus before they can workout. This does include a physical. Any questions contact Coach Hulen or Coach Soderlund. We will be having a
— Wheatland Union High School Football (@WPirateFootball) May 20, 2020
Schools around the state could receive an update as early as Wednesday from the state superintendent on how to open campuses and perhaps