Two California Schools Play Football Despite Shutdown

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Two private high schools in Orange County, Calif., reportedly played a football game on Saturday, despite state mandates against such activity due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

The Orange County Register reports that Capistrano Valley Christian and Calvary Chapel of Santa Ana high school football teams may have violated not just state mandates, but California Interscholastic Federation and Southern Section rules by playing the game on Jan. 16.

The Register reports that it is apparently the first contest between two schools using school equipment despite the restrictions to take place this school year. 

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