A Woodland assistant football coach tested positive for COVID-19 last week, and the program has halted with 26 players in quarantine, the regional superintendent confirmed Wednesday.
The Citizen’s News reported the news Wednesday, and superintendent Michael Yamin confirmed that the players went into a 14-day quarantine on Friday.
Yamin said that Woodland’s players have been doing split-squad conditioning, working out twice a week, since the CIAC canceled the fall 11-on-11 season. With the announcement Tuesday of a potential plan to play a short full-contact season in the spring, Yamin said he wasn’t sure if the program would resume conditioning after the quarantine.
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