Four high school games scheduled for Friday canceled for COVID-19 issues

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SPARTANBURG, S.C. (WSPA) – Four high school football games scheduled for Friday night are canceled due to COVID-19 issues.

Union County, Landrum, and Walhalla on Monday canceled of their respective season openers Friday due to COVID issues within their teams.

Mauldin announced Friday that the football game scheduled at York was canceled due to a COVID-19 issue within the York Program.

Seven positive tests among Union County players led to the Yellow Jackets calling off their home contest with Chester. Players and coaches who test negative will resume practice Wednesday with the intention to prepare for the August 27th game at Gaffney.

Landrum initially had a COVID-19 issue last weekend and will not travel to Buford in Lancaster County for its season opener.

Walhalla informed West-Oak this afternoon that they would have to cancel Friday’s rivalry battle. The schools don’t anticipate being able to make the game up.

Mavericks Head Coach Sayre Neesmith said his team will try to schedule another opponent on October 15, which currently is an open date for the Mauldin team.

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