GHSA Moving Forward with Plan to Safely Resume Sporting Activities

GHSA ALLOWING HELMETS TO BE WORN AT PRACTICE STARTING JULY 20TH

The Georgia High School Association continues to move forward with their plan to safely resume sporting activities.

Starting on July 20th, schools will be able to wear helmets at practice. Currently no helmets are allowed as voluntary practices start to come to a close.

Troup County football head coach, Tanner Glisson weighed in on what this means moving forward.

“I think it’s a step in the right direction,” said Glisson. “Things usually trickle down from the NFL to the NCAA to our level. It’s going to be interesting to see how they go forward. If something happens and everybody starts to cancel or postpone then it makes us a little worried, but the GHSA has done everything in their power.”

the GHSA is having on going discussions about the start of the acclimation period on July 27th

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