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UPDATED LAST - 9/15/2021; 4:40pm Eastern

OPEN TEAM   QUARANTINED
     
AUGUST 20/21   AUGUST 20/21
Fulton City   Carroll County
Jenkins   Caverna
Knott County Central   Crittenden County
Muhlenberg County   Doss
Murray   Fort Campbell
    Gallatin County
    Greenup County
    Jackson County
    Lewis County
    Leslie County
    Lynn Camp
    Magoffin County
    Pleasure Ridge Park
    Prestonsburg
    Warren Central
    West Jessamine
     
AUGUST 27/28   AUGUST 27/28
Christian Academy Louisville   Breckinridge County
George Rogers Clark   Bourbon County
Greenup County   Campbellsville
Pikeville   Carroll County
Pineville   Edmonson County
Todd County Central   Fairdale
    Fairview
    Fort Campbell
    Gallatin County
    Grayson County
    Iroquois
    Jackson County
    Johnson Central
    Marion County
    Madison Southern
    Martin County
    Nicholas County
    North Bullitt
    Powell County
    Russell County
    Trinity
    Valley
    Wayne County
     
SEPTEMBER 3/4   SEPTEMBER 3/4
Bardstown   Belfry
Bath County   Berea
Fulton City   Breathitt County
Gallatin County   Carroll County
Hazard   Christian County
Henderson County   Danville
Johnson Central   DeSales
Kentucky Country Day   East Jessamine
Knox Central   Edmonson County
Lexington Christian Academy   Fairview
Madison Central   Garrard County
Middlesboro   Lincoln County
Nelson County   Logan County
Paintsville   Madison Southern
Pineville   Marion County
Warren Central   Meade County
    Metcalfe County
    Paris
    Pike County Central
    Powell County
    Rockcastle County
    Russell County
    Shawnee
    South Laurel
    Webster County
    Valley
    Washington County
     
SEPTEMBER 10/11   SEPTEMBER 10/11
Daviess County   Ashland
Fulton City   Danville
Iroquois   Floyd Central
Lewis County   Garrard County
Male   Jackson County
Oldham County   Louisville Holy Cross
Wayne County   Meade County
Williamsburg   Montgomery County
Woodford County   Morgan County
    Ohio County
    Shawnee
    Southern
    Tates Creek
     
SEPTEMBER 17/18   SEPTEMBER 17/18
Danville   Atherton
Frederick Douglass   Henry Clay
Fulton City   John Hardin
George Rogers Clark   LaRue County
Murray   Lynn Camp
North Hardin   Paducah Tilghman
South Warren    
Trigg County    
Williamsburg    
     
SEPTEMBER 24/25   SEPTEMBER 24/25
Danville    
Fulton City    
Garrard County    
Leslie County    
Johnson Central    
Moore    
Paintsville    
Paris    
Pineville    
Webster County    
Woodford County    
     
OCTOBER 1/2   OCTOBER 1/2
Berea    
Betsy Layne    
Doss    
Fulton City    
Greenup County    
Knott County Central    
Lincoln County    
Male    
Pike County Central    
Southern    
Valley    
     
OCTOBER 8/9   OCTOBER 8/9
Breathitt County    
Breckinridge County    
Campbellsville    
Crittenden County    
Edmonson County    
Grayson County    
Jackson County    
Lewis County    
Muhlenberg County    
North Hardin    
Rockcastle County    
Russellville    
Todd County Central    
Trigg County    
     
OCTOBER 15/16   OCTOBER 15/16
Christian Academy Louisville    
Fulton City    
     
OCTOBER 22/23   OCTOBER 22/23
Bardstown    
Fulton City    
Paris    
South Oldham    
Valley    
     
OCTOBER 29/30   OCTOBER 29/30
Carroll County    
Fulton City    
DeSales    
Prestonsburg    
Southern    
Trinity    
     
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Live look at @Colonels_Wear_Bluetrying to keep up with the schedule changes.

I think this is awesome. Coaches who just want their kids to play. Could've easily just started prepping for next week but going to go in blind so their kids can play. I love to see it 

And some schools are "shutting down," madness... 

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With the updates to Atherton, Butler County, Caverna, Edmonson County, Jenkins, and Johnson Central the open dates (or at least unposted to the KHSAA schedule) are now as follows:

Breathitt County - September 17; October 8

Corbin - August 20; September 24

Fulton City - August 20; September 3, 10, 17, 24; October 15, 22, 29

Jenkins - September 17; October 29

Knott County Central - August 20; October 1

Paris - September 24; October 22

Russellville - October 8; October 15

Webster County - September 10; September 17

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Carter County has officially suspended all school extra-curriculars after the daily numbers confirmed that COVID case numbers within the county are at 55.4 cases per 1000 population.

That means no football practice at East Carter or West Carter until August 16th.
 

 

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1 minute ago, Colonels_Wear_Blue said:

Carter County has officially suspended all school extra-curriculars after the daily numbers confirmed that COVID case numbers within the county are at 55.4 cases per 1000 population.

That means no football practice at East Carter or West Carter until August 16th.


Aug 2nd Average Daily Cases per 100K Population:

50.0 Ohio County
53.7 Hopkins County
55.0 Knott County
55.2 Whitley County
55.4 Carter County
55.5 Knox County
57.4 Webster County
58.2 Metcalfe County
59.7 Muhlenberg County
61.6 Letcher County
68.3 Hart County
69.4 Floyd County
70.5 Laurel County
89.0 Jackson County
104.8 Clay County

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Aug 2nd Average Daily Cases per 100K Population:

50.0 Ohio County
53.7 Hopkins County
55.0 Knott County
55.2 Whitley County
55.4 Carter County
55.5 Knox County
57.4 Webster County
58.2 Metcalfe County
59.7 Muhlenberg County
61.6 Letcher County
68.3 Hart County
69.4 Floyd County
70.5 Laurel County
89.0 Jackson County
104.8 Clay County

I've gotta think we're going to be seeing more schools following suit here.

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22 minutes ago, Colonels_Wear_Blue said:

Carter County has officially suspended all school extra-curriculars after the daily numbers confirmed that COVID case numbers within the county are at 55.4 cases per 1000 population.

That means no football practice at East Carter or West Carter until August 16th.
 

 

My prediction is that this is just the beginning in terms of possible cancellations, delays, etc.  The incidence map is starting to take a turn to what it was back in early November or so.

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Since postponing the season and canceling games changed nothing last year I hope they don’t start messing with things this year just play the season as scheduled.

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The delta variant spreads so fast that should peak by end of this month then fizzle fast. That's what it did in UK and India and they were a few weeks ahead of us. One to keep an eye for potential cancellation is JCPS since they were barely allowed to play last year.

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9 minutes ago, Tigerpride94 said:

The delta variant spreads so fast that should peak by end of this month then fizzle fast. That's what it did in UK and India and they were a few weeks ahead of us. One to keep an eye on for potential cancellation is JCPS since they were barely allowed to play last year.

 

 

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Scott in NKY has cancelled all activities for football the rest of this week because of a positive test on the team.  
No Scrimmage Friday vs Cooper.

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6 hours ago, Brcatz said:

Scott in NKY has cancelled all activities for football the rest of this week because of a positive test on the team.  
No Scrimmage Friday vs Cooper.

I understand if something happens to a member of the team but not just because.

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9 hours ago, Tkinslow said:

I understand if something happens to a member of the team but not just because.

I don't think you'll have to worry about the "just because" part. Things are going to happen. I don't know what the answer is, but I can't imagine every single member on a team avoiding Covid. Somebody will come down with it.  I don't know the answer as to what should happen when someone on the team gets it. Right now with the way it's being handled, the best shot for a team to get through the season is for all players to get vaccinated. At least with the vaccine (for now), you won't have to quarantine after coming in contact with someone with a positive result.

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1 hour ago, rjs4470 said:

I don't think you'll have to worry about the "just because" part. Things are going to happen. I don't know what the answer is, but I can't imagine every single member on a team avoiding Covid. Somebody will come down with it.  I don't know the answer as to what should happen when someone on the team gets it. Right now with the way it's being handled, the best shot for a team to get through the season is for all players to get vaccinated. At least with the vaccine (for now), you won't have to quarantine after coming in contact with someone with a positive result.

I agree but rather you can talk these young kids who feel invincible into getting vaccinated is yet to be seen you would think that with the money NFL players make they would all get vaccinated but that’s not been the case so far.

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