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Legendary De La Salle, Yates teams headline list of greatest high school football teams of all-time - HIGHSCORE
Legendary De La Salle, Yates teams headline list of greatest high school football teams of all-time
Attempting to select the top 25 high school football teams of all-time is guaranteed to do one thing — spark a debate. Just like the Michael Jordan vs. LeBron James or Tom Brady vs. anyone else debate, the answer lies in your own history and loyalty.

However, MaxPreps dives into the debate looking at several criteria to help rank teams. We took into account strength of schedule, teams that produced FBS and NFL talent, national ranking and margin of victory. A program could also only have one team chosen.

Teams are represented from the 1940s through the modern era and include traditional high school football hotbeds of Texas, California, Georgia and Florida. Ohio, Alabama, Illinois, New Jersey, Oregon, Nevada and Virginia also are represented.

Let the debate begin ... 
Graphic by Ryan Escobar
1. De La Salle (Concord, Calif.), 2001
Record: 12-0
Head coach: Bob Ladouceur
Points for: 567
Points against: 96
Biggest win: 29-15 over Long Beach Poly (Long Beach, Calif.) in No. 1 vs. No. 2 national showdown.
Notable players: RB Maurice Jones-Drew, DL Derek Landri, QB Matt Gutierrez.
Summary: During the Spartans legendary 151-game winning streak spanning 1992-2004, the 2001 team was the best of the bunch. They won every game by at least 14 points and De La Salle finished the season ranked No. 1 in the country in every media poll.

Record: 16-0
Head coach: Luther Booker
Points for: 659
Points against: 76
Biggest win: 37-0 over Permian (Odessa) in 5A state championship.
Notable players: RB Johnny Bailey, LB Melvin Foster, DL Santana Dotson, WR Quintin Smith.
Summary: Five players went on to sign with an NFL team. During the 1985 season the Lions posted eight shutouts and never allowed more than 16 points in a game.

Record: 15-0
Head coach: Bruce Rollinson
Points for: 724
Points against: 229
Biggest win: 49-24 over St. John Bosco (Bellflower, Calif.) in CIF Southern Section Division 1 championship.
Notable players: QB JT Daniels, WR Amon-Ra St. Brown, DB Elias Ricks, LB Mase Funa, WR Bru McCoy, OL Tommy Brown.
Summary: Went wire-to-wire as the No. 1 team in the country, never trailing at any point during the season. The Monarchs won every game by at least 10 points and had notable wins against Bergen Catholic (Oradell, N.J.), Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas), De La Salle (Concord, Calif.), Long Beach Poly (Long Beach, Calif.), Mission Viejo (Calif.) and St. John Bosco (twice).

Record: 10-0
Head coach: Paul Brown
Points for: 477
Points against: 6
Biggest win: 28-0 over Waite (Toledo, Ohio) snapping the Indians' 19-game winning streak.
Notable players: End/LB Horace Gillom, RB Tommy James, RB Ray Getz.
Summary: In Paul Brown's final season before leaving for Ohio State, he led the Tigers to nine shutouts. The most impressive win came in a spring scrimmage against Kent State, winning 47-0. Eleven players were named first team all-state.

Record: 15-0
Head coach: Kenny Sanchez
Points for: 794
Points against: 130
Biggest win: 25-24 over St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.) in Top 10 national showdown.
Notable players: QB Tate Martell, TE Brevin Jordan, DL Haskell Garrett, DB Bubba Bolden, WR Dorian Thompson-Robinson, LB Palaie Gaoteote.
Summary: Finished No. 1 in every media poll after one of the toughest out-of-state schedules. Had notable wins against Cedar Hill (Texas), Cocoa (Fla.), Kahuku (Hawaii), St. John Bosco (Bellflower, Calif.) and St. Thomas Aquinas (Fla.).

Record: 15-0
Head coach: Bill Castle
Points for: 580
Points against: 93
Biggest win: 39-10 over St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale) in 5A state championship.
Notable players: OL Maurkice Pouncey, OL Mike Pouncey, RB Chris Rainey, RB Jamar Taylor, DB Ahmad Black.
Summary: Nineteen Dreadnaught players played college football and featured numerous players who had success in the NFL led by the Pouncey twins. They combined for 13 Pro Bowl selections.

Record: 15-0
Head coach: Billy Rolle
Points for: 628
Points against: 143
Biggest win: 29-21 over Southlake Carroll (Texas) in No. 1 vs. No. 2 national showdown.
Notable players: QB Jacory Harris, LB Lavonte David, LB Sean Spence, WR Tommy Streeter, OL Brandon Washington.
Summary: This team had more than 10 players play college football. Harris was one of the best quarterbacks in Florida high school football history and David recently helped the Tampa Bay Buccaneers win a Super Bowl.

Record: 14-0-1
Head coach: Freddie James
Points for: 347
Points against: 117
Biggest win: 14-9 over Permian (Odessa) in 5A state semifinals.
Notable players: LB Jessie Armstead, QB Robert Hall, DB Clifton Abraham, RB Le'Shai Maston, DB Derric Evans, WR Gary Edwards.
Summary: When it comes to talent, this Carter team stacks up with anyone, especially on defense. Twenty-one players were offered college scholarships while Abraham, Armstead, and Maston all played in the NFL.

Record: 11-0
Head coach: Greg Toal
Points for: 452
Points against: 92
Biggest win: 22-16 over Manatee (Fla.) in Top 10 national showdown.
Notable players: ATH Jabrill Peppers, WR Leonte Carroo, DL Darius Hamilton, DB Yuri Wright.
Summary: Went wire-to-wire as the No. 1 team in the country and had notable wins over Bergen Catholic (Oradell, N.J.), Manatee (Fla.), Mission Viejo (Calif.), St. Edward (Lakewood, Ohio) and St. Joseph Regional (Montvale, N.J.). More than a dozen players received an FBS offer and Carroo and Peppers were both selected in the NFL Draft. Carroo was a third-round selection in 2016 and Peppers was a first-round selection in 2017.

Record: 14-0
Head coach: Tim "Ice" Harris
Points for: 579
Points against: 138
Biggest win: 28-17 over Miami Central (Fla.) in No. 1 vs. No. 2 national showdown.
Notable players: QB Treon Harris, RB Mark Walton, DL Chad Thomas.
Summary: Finished No. 1 in the country in four media polls — the MaxPreps Top 25, National Prep Poll (NPP), National Sports News Service (NSNS) and USA Today. Won every game by double digits, including an 11-point win against Dalvin Cook and a loaded Miami Central squad. Also had notable wins against Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas), Bolles (Jacksonville, Fla.), Cocoa (Fla.) and Norcross (Ga.). 

11. Allen (Texas), 2013
Record: 16-0
Head coach: Tom Westerberg
Points for: 807
Points against: 298
Biggest win: 42-35 win over DeSoto in 5A Division 1 state semifinals.
Notable players: QB Kyler Murray, OL Greg Little, WR Jalen Guyton, OL Bobby Evans, LB Christian Sam, LB Tay Evans.
Summary: Murray, the No. 1 pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, leads four players on NFL rosters. During his junior season, the Eagles' offense averaged more than 50 points per game and won all but one by double digits.

12. Katy (Texas), 2015
Record: 16-0
Head coach: Gary Joseph
Points for: 778
Points against: 62
Biggest win: 34-7 over Lake Travis (Austin) in 6A Division 2 state championship.
Notable players: LB JoVanni Stewart, RB Kyle Porter, DB Collin Wilder, RB Deondrick Glass.
Summary: One of the top defenses in Texas high school football history allowed less than four points per game and posted 10 shutouts. The Tiger's finished the year ranked No. 1 in two polls — NPP and MaxPreps Top 25.

Record: 12-0
Head coach: Gerry Faust
Points for: 490
Points against: 40
Biggest win: 43-5 over Lincoln (Gahanna) in 3A state championship.
Notable players: QB Tim Koegel, LB Bob Crable, OL Jim Brown.
Summary: Named co-national champs with Warner Robins (Ga.) by the National Sports News Service. Faust's defense allowed less than four points per game that season. Crable was the most notable name on this team and was selected in the first round of the 1982 NFL Draft by the New York Jets after a great college career at Notre Dame.

Record: 12-0
Head coach: Tom DeSylvia
Points for: 512
Points against: 51
Biggest win: 21-7 over Medford in Class A state championship.
Notable players: QB Terry Baker, RB Mel Renfro, RB Mickey Hergert, FB Raye Renfro.
Summary: Baker and (Mel) Renfro were one of the most dynamic duos in high school football history. Baker won the 1962 Heisman Trophy at Oregon State and Renfro was selected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1996 after a 14-year career with the Dallas Cowboys. They finished the year ranked No. 1, according to NSNS.

Record: 15-0
Head coach: George Smith
Points for: 695
Points against: 117
Biggest win: 56-7 over Lakeland in 5A state championship.
Notable players: RB Giovani Bernard, RB James White, WR Duron Carter.
Summary: A few different St. Thomas Aquinas teams could've made the list but the 2008 squad was the only unanimous national champion selected by all media outlets. They won every game by double digits and handed Lakeland (Fla.) its only loss of the season with a dominant 49-point victory in the state championship.

16. Hampton (Va.), 1996
Record: 14-0
Head coach: Mike Smith
Points for: 811
Points against: 97
Biggest win: 51-0 over Patrick Henry (Ashland) in Division 5 state championship.
Notable players: QB Ronald Curry, WR/DB Ahmad Hawkins, TE Bobby Blizzard, LB Derrick White, DL William Perry.
Summary: Curry was one of the best prep players of all-time. The Crabbers won every game by an average margin of 51 points per game. Hampton finished No. 1 in the country in two polls — NPP and NSNS.

Record: 16-0
Head coach: Todd Dodge
Points for: 764
Points against: 256
Biggest win: 34-20 over Katy in 5A Division 2 state championship.
Notable players: QB Greg McElroy, RB Tre' Newton, DB Joseph Agnew, WR Clint Renfro.
Summary: Finished No. 1 in the nation according to three polls — Freeman, NPP and NSNS. McElroy threw for 4,682 yards and 56 touchdowns during his senior season before a successful college career at Alabama and being selected in the seventh round of the 2011 NFL Draft.

Record: 13-0
Head coach: Harold Clark
Points for: 387
Points against: 44
Biggest win: 41-7 over Berry in 6A state championship.
Notable players: RB Darrell Williams, WR Kevin Lee, QB Kelvin Simmons, OL Roosevelt Patterson.
Summary: The Wolves pitched eight shutouts while allowing less than four points per game. They won every game by at least 14 points and were named national champs by NPP.

19. Valdosta (Ga.), 1971
Record: 13-0
Head coach: Wright Bazemore
Points for: 629
Points against: 138
Biggest win: 62-12 over Avondale (Atlanta) in 3A state championship.
Notable players: WR Stanford Rome, QB Stan Bounds, OL Steve Stanaland, TE Roger Rome, DB Gary Rowe.
Summary: It came down to this team and the 1962 Valdosta squad but Stanford Rome at wide receiver was a big reason why the '71'team was selected. In Bazemore's final season as head coach they finished the year ranked No. 1 by NSNS beating out T.C. Williams (Alexandria, Va.), the team featured in "Remember the Titans."

Record: 16-0
Head coach: Gary Gaines
Points for: 627
Points against: 97
Biggest win: 28-14 over Aldine (Houston) in 5A state championship.
Notable players: RB Chris Comer, QB Stoney Case, WR Lloyd Hill.
Summary: The 1988 Permian team was made famous in the 2004 movie, "Friday Night Lights" but the team the following season was the one who went undefeated and finished the year ranked No. 1 by NPP and NSNS. The Panthers defense posted eight shutouts and won all but one game by double digits.

Record: 14-0
Head coach: Thom McDaniels
Points for: 592
Points against: 151
Biggest win: 20-19 over St. Ignatius (Cleveland) in Division 1 state semifinals.
Notable players: DB Mike Doss, FB Jamar Martin, DL Kenny Peterson, RB DeMarlo Rozier.
Summary: Three players from this team went on to play in the NFL, led by Doss who also helped lead Ohio State to a 2002 BCS National Championship. They finished the year ranked at No. 1 by USA Today.

Record: 14-0
Head coach: Bob Shannon
Points for: 679
Points against: 53
Biggest win: 46-0 over Brother Rice (Chicago) in 6A state championship.
Notable players: LB Bryan Cox, QB Kerwin Price.
Summary: Shannon had some legendary teams but none stack up with the '85 squad. The Flyers dominated both sides of the ball, averaging over 48 points while surrendering less than four points per game. They finished No. 1 by NSNS and USA Today.

Record: 14-0
Head coach: Chuck Kyle
Points for: 527
Points against: 129
Biggest win: 38-20 over Archbishop Moeller (Cincinnati) in Division 1 state championship.
Notable players: QB Scott Mutryn, OL Eric Gohlstin, DL/OL Mike Buzin, RB Eric Haddad.
Summary: Went wire-to-wire as the No. 1 team in the country, according to USA Today, and also named national champs by NPP and NSNS.

Record: 16-0
Head coach: Jason Negro
Points for: 755
Points against: 264
Biggest win: 20-14 over De La Salle (Concord) in CIF Open Division state championship.
Notable players: QB Josh Rosen, RB Sean McGrew, OL Damien Mama, DB Jaleel Wadood, WR Shay Fields.
Summary: Negro has turned St. John Bosco into a national powerhouse and 2013 was the Braves' breakout year. They ran the table, snapping De La Salle's 40-game winning streak in the Open Division championship while finishing No. 1 in the Freeman rankings.

Record: 15-0
Head coach: Robert Davis
Points for: 614
Points against: 86
Biggest win: 34-0 over Griffin in 3A state championship.
Notable players: RB James Brooks, DL Ron Simmons, FB Jimmy Womack.
Summary: Co-national champs with Archbishop Moeller (Cincinnati) by NSNS, the Demons won all but one game by double digits. They allowed less than six points per game with eight shutouts. Brooks played in the NFL for 12 years and Simmons was elected to the College Football Hall of Fame in 2008.
High school football: After fight with cancer, St. Frances Academy standout Aaron Wilson passes away at age 17 - HIGHSCORE
High school football: After fight with cancer, St. Frances Academy standout Aaron Wilson passes away at age 17
Aaron Wilson of St. Frances Academy (Baltimore, Md.) has passed away at the age of 17, according to 247Sports recruiting analyst Brian Dohn. Rasheda Mayse, the mother of the promising defensive end prospect started a GoFundMe page in March when it was announced he had developed a high grade midline glioma. He underwent brain surgery to remove some of the mass and was undergoing radiation therapy on his spine.

Wilson had a bright future in football and was regarded as great leader and teammate with a positive attitude.

A testament to his talent on the field, Wilson had 18 offers that included the likes of Florida, Georgia, Miami, Penn State, Tennessee and Texas, according to 247Sports.

During his sophomore season he had 43 tackles, 16 tackles for loss, 11 sacks and two forced fumbles while playing at Ocoee (Fla.). He transferred to the Baltimore power in the spring of 2020 and was selected to the MaxPreps Preseason Junior All-America team before Maryland announced the fall season would be canceled due to the ongoing pandemic.
Aaron Wilson (No. 4) chases down a ballcarrier during a game in September 2019.
Photo by Cory Knowlton
Aaron Wilson (No. 4) chases down a ballcarrier during a game in September 2019.

HIGHSCORE/WBCA Players of the Week: February 22-28 - HIGHSCORE
MaxPreps/WBCA Players of the Week: February 22-28
The Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) has announced its High School Players of the Week presented by MaxPreps and Wilson Sporting Goods.

Player of the Week honors are awarded to a deserving student-athlete who demonstrated outstanding play in her respective region of the country. Head coaches submit nominations each week and the WBCA selects the individual based on stats that were submitted.

Here are this week's honorees:

Region 1:
5 Games Played
Points: 20.0 Rebounds: 1.0 Steals: 3.4

Region 2:
4 Games Played
Points: 33.3 Rebounds: 12.5 Steals: 4.2

Region 3:
3 Games Played
Points: 42.0 Rebounds: 7.0 Steals: 3.0

Region 4:

3 Games Played
Points: 24.0 Rebounds: 4.3 Steals: 4.0

Region 5:

2 Games Played
Points: 28.0 Rebounds: 11.0 Steals: 5.0

Region 6:
3 Games Played
Points: 33.0 Rebounds: 8.0 Steals: 2.0

Region 7:
3 Games Played
Points: 27.3 Rebounds: 6.0 Steals: 3.0

Region 8:
2 Games Played
Points: 11.0 Rebounds: 4.5 Steals: 2.0

Region 9:
3 Games Played
Points: 38.7 Rebounds: 10.6 Steals: 3.0

To obtain a coach's login or for questions about our player of the week programs, please contact Aaron Hendricks (E-Mail: [email protected] Phone: (530)313-5158.
High school baseball: Dylan Lesko, Drake Varnado headline list of HIGHSCORE National Player of the Year candidates - HIGHSCORE
High school baseball: Dylan Lesko, Drake Varnado headline list of MaxPreps National Player of the Year candidates
The high school baseball season is in full swing in some parts of the country while others are just getting underway. States like Florida, Georgia and Louisiana jump into the postseason this week.

That makes identifying candidates for MaxPreps National Player of the Year honors a little bit of a tricky exercise but some standouts have emerged, including pitcher Dylan Lesko of No. 1-ranked Buford (Ga.).

Read on for a look at 10 of the top contenders for high school baseball's highest honor.

Past MaxPreps National Players of the Year
2020 — No award (Pandemic)
2019 — Bobby Witt Jr., Colleyville Heritage (Colleyville, Texas)
2018 — Nolan Gorman, O'Connor (Phoenix)
2017 — Jordan Adell, Ballard (Louisville, Ky.)
2016 — Kyle Muller, Dallas Jesuit (Dallas)
2015 — Joe DeMers, College Park (Pleasant Hill, Calif.)
2014 — Jack Flaherty, Harvard-Westlake (Studio City, Calif.)
2013 — Jack Flaherty, Harvard-Westlake
2012 — Joey Gallo, Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas)
2011 — Dylan Bundy, Owasso (Okla.)
2010 — Stetson Allie, St. Edward (Lakewood, Ohio)
2009 — Matt Hobgood, Norco (Calif.)
2008 — Jake Odorizzi, Highland (Ill.)
Drake Varnado, IMG Academy
Photo by Robbie Rakestraw
Drake Varnado, IMG Academy
Baseball Player of the Year Watch List

Chris Arroyo, Stoneman Douglas (Parkland, Fla.)
The ace of the Eagles staff is 9-0 on the season with a 0.97 ERA and 73 strikeouts in 43.1 innings pitched for the team that's reached No. 4 in the nation at one point this season. He threw six, no-hit innings with 13 strikeouts against Monsignor Pace and he threw a two-hitter with 11 strikeouts against Coral Springs.

Dominic Castellano, Jesuit (Tampa, Fla.)
The Tigers' ace is 7-1 with a 1.40 ERA and 75 strikeouts in 45 innings pitched as the Florida squad has been among the best teams all season. He also threw a no-hitter and was one of three pitchers to combine for a second no-hitter. He threw a seven-inning no-hitter against Sarasota, winning 3-0 with  eight strikeouts.

Jake Dresselhouse, St. Mary Prep (Orchard Lake, Mich.)
The Eaglets' lead-off batter has been a heavy hitter this year. He's bashed seven home runs, including three grand slams, while leading St. Mary Prep to 21 straight wins to begin the season, and 41 in a row dating back to the 2019 season. He's batting .422 with 40 runs scored and 34 RBI.

Jackson Ferris, IMG Academy (Bradenton, Fla.)
He opened the season with a no-hitter against Palmetto and followed that up with a perfect game against Flower Mound (Texas). He had double-digit strikeout totals in his first five games and didn't allow an earned run until his sixth outing. He's 8-0 record with a 0.55 ERA and 86 strikeouts in 50.2 innings pitched.

Cooper Kinney, Baylor (Chattanooga, Tenn.)
The Red Raiders picked up a big win last week, 5-2 over Farragut. Kinney had a double, a home run and three RBI in the win, a performance that has become typical for the Baylor infielder. Kinney is batting .468 with 26 runs, 37 RBI, 16 doubles and seven home runs.

Dylan Lesko, Buford (Ga.)
Lesko has been a force on the mound and at the plate for the No. 1 ranked Wolves. Ranked as the No. 2 junior in the nation by Perfect Game, Lesko is 10-0 on the mound with a 0.26 ERA and 102 strikeouts and 12 walks. His best outings include an 18 strikeout game and he's thrown one no-hitter. On offense, Lesko is batting .412 (35 for 85) with 16 runs, 25 RBI, 7 doubles, a triple and 3 home runs.

Braden Montgomery, Madison Central (Madison, Miss.)
The Jaguars got off to a 24-0 start to the season and rose all the way to No. 3 in the national rankings before falling back following a loss. Montgomery has been key in the Jags' success, batting .459 with 39 RBI, four doubles, five triples and five home runs. He has also been stellar on the mound with a 6-1 record, a 0.39 ERA, and 71 strikeouts. His best outing came against Warren Central when he pitched six, no-hit innings with 16 strikeouts.

Sal Stewart, Westminster Christian (Miami)
After hitting four homers as a freshman and no home runs in a shortened 2020 season, Stewart leads the nation in home runs with 16. A total of 29 of his 42 base hits have gone for extra bases with a 11 doubles and two triples. He's batting .560 with 35 RBI and 39 runs. He came up big in Westminster Christian's win over nationally-ranked Stoneman Douglas with a home run and a pair of RBI.

Drake Varnado, IMG Academy
On a team loaded with potential first-round MLB draft picks, Varnado has been the consistent threat for the Ascenders. He leads IMG starters in batting average (.434), runs (33), hits (36), and home runs (7). He had two home runs in wins over Florence and Montverde Academy.

Jack Walker, Barbe (Lake Charles, La.)
After sitting out his junior season with an arm injury, Walker has returned to form this year leading Barbe to a 35-2 record. He is 12-0 with a 0.44 ERA. In 63.2 innings pitched, has 97 strikeouts. Walker has thrown two no-hitters on the season, including one in the first round of the Class 5A state playoffs.
Ohio releases 'Return to Play Recommendations' for Aug. 1 high school sports start - HIGHSCORE
Ohio releases 'Return to Play Recommendations' for Aug. 1 high school sports start
Hours after Gov. Mike DeWine on Wednesday mandated masks in all 88 counties, the Ohio High School Athletic Association sent a 22-page "Return to Play Recommendations" memo to member schools with additional sport-specific suggestions to combat the COVID-19 pandemic for the fall calendar. Practices for the Ohio fall sports season start Aug. 1.

"The OHSAA fully intends to support its member schools and the student-athletes who desire to compete in interscholastic athletics and will continue to assess all areas as more information becomes available," OHSAA interim executive director Bob Goldring said.

The guidelines — created via input from a myriad of state agencies and the National Federation of State High School Associations — won't supplant orders, mandates or requirements imposed by DeWine or the Ohio Department of Health.

The memo, which comes a day after the Ohio High School Football Coaches Association released a 38-page safety protocol proposal to its membership, includes plans for pre-participation screening, positive tests and travel considerations. It also features details on game-day operations including officials, event staff, spectators, bands, cheerleaders and concessions.

General guidelines for all sports include maintaining social distancing when not on the field or court, using face coverings while not competing, and dialing back or cutting unnecessary travel. It also recommends reducing or eliminating sharing of common equipment, and limiting contact frequency with student-athletes from schools and non-interscholastic programs outside of each school's league, conference or normal competition sphere.

Specific recommendations for football include extending the team box on both sides of the field to the 10-yard lines and having offensive players take the ball back to the huddle between snaps while officials would mark the line of scrimmage with a bean bag.

Staggered start times in cross country and nullifying switching benches between sets in volleyball were suggested.

Postgame handshakes in all sports will be eliminated.

"The OHSAA understands that the physical and mental benefits of participation in education-based interscholastic athletics are numerous and are heightened even more during this pandemic," Goldring said. "There is no doubt that the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has already resulted in thousands of our students missing out on these life-shaping educational experiences over the past several months, and we certainly hope we can return to some type of normalcy as it relates to interscholastic athletics soon."

Three of the OHSAA's fall sports have been acknowledged as low contact, including boys and girls golf, girls tennis and volleyball. Those sports can have competitions between schools.

Competitions between schools in football, boys and girls soccer, boys and girls cross country, and field hockey have not yet been approved.

"We just don't know yet," DeWine said. "Our ability to play sports and go back to school depends on what we do in the next few weeks."
Ohio introduced "Return to Play Recommendations" on Thursday for fall sports.
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Ohio introduced "Return to Play Recommendations" on Thursday for fall sports.