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Scott County - 2020 Schedule


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Aug 21 vs. Great Crossing (District)
Aug 28 vs. Lafayette
Sep 4 at DuPont Manual
Sep 11 vs. Bryan Station
Sep 18 at Emmerich Manual (IN)
Sep 25 vs. Frederick Douglass (District)
Oct 2 vs. Ryle
Oct 9 at Grant County (District)
Oct 16 at Montgomery County (District)
Oct 23 at Ballard


For Reference: Scott County - 2019 Schedule

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Looks like for the time being, Scott County is sticking with 8 games. Notably November 6th bye, though...just like Trinity has.

Sep 11 vs. Bryan Station
Sep 18 vs. Great Crossing (District)
Sep 25 vs. Frederick Douglass (District)
Oct 2 vs. Ryle
Oct 9 at Grant County (District)
Oct 16 at Montgomery County (District)
Oct 23 at Ballard
Oct 30 vs. Lafayette
Nov 6  - BYE

On 7/14/2020 at 11:58 AM, Colonels_Wear_Blue said:

Aug 21 vs. Great Crossing (District)
Aug 28 vs. Lafayette
Sep 4 at DuPont Manual
Sep 11 vs. Bryan Station
Sep 18 at Emmerich Manual (IN)
Sep 25 vs. Frederick Douglass (District)
Oct 2 vs. Ryle
Oct 9 at Grant County (District)
Oct 16 at Montgomery County (District)
Oct 23 at Ballard


For Reference: Scott County - 2019 Schedule

 

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Scott County Schools have released their COVID-19 game attendance guidelines:

Following KHSAA recommendations and health guidelines to keep student athletes and coaches safe, Scott County Schools is happy to announce that fall sports will be a reality in Scott County. Student athletes will be able to participate and compete in middle and high school fall sports.

Each student participant will have two tickets for guests to attend the sport in which they participate. For example, at a high school football game, each football player, cheerleader, dancer, and band member will have two tickets allotted to them. These will be the only spectators admitted to the game. Due to the strict guidelines that govern school sports programs, this year we must limit public participation to ensure our students get the chance to play. There will be no public ticket sales and no public admittance. This includes all season pass holders, employees of Scott County Schools, senior citizen passes, and other community passes like those provided to emergency service personnel and local pastors, and corporate sponsors.

In a community that rallies behind our thriving athletic program, we know this is a disappointment and that it places a burden on families of athletes because only two family members will be there to cheer them on this year. However, we are thankful for the opportunity provided to our students to do what they love this fall in a protected environment, even in the wake of a global pandemic.

Masks and social distancing will be required at all events. We will share additional information regarding sports in Scott County as soon as it becomes available.

Thank you for your continued support of Scott County Schools and Scott County sports and for understanding that we have to do what is required of us this year to let our students play. 

 

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