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Henderson Co. HS Forfeits Volleyball Game After Positive COVID-19 Case

Henderson County's high school volleyball team forfeited its 6th District Volleyball Tournament championship game against Webster County after someone associated with the team tested positive for COVID-19.

Posted: Oct 21, 2020 10:37 AM
Updated: Oct 21, 2020 2:41 PM

Henderson County High School's volleyball team had to forfeit the 2020 6th District Volleyball Tournament championship game against Webster County due to a positive COVID-19 case within someone close to the team.

According to HCHS Athletic Director Mark Andrews, "a person associated" with the volleyball team tested positive for COVID-19, causing both players and coaches to quarantine.

Andrews says that JV and Varsity players and coaches are quarantined until Sunday, Oct. 24. Freshmen players and the coach are quarantined until Tuesday, Oct. 27.

Although the volleyball team had to forfeit the 6th District Finals game, they'll still be eligible to participate in the 2nd Region Tournament beginning the week of Oct. 25.



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