• NCHSAA- No more Little 1a and Big 1a Football in 2021

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    High School football is going to look entirely different come 2021. After a 2020 season that will present its own challenges and has already been moved to the spring, don’t expect things to get back to our expected norm in the years to come. The Board of Directors voted for a complete overhaul of the […]

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  • NCHSAA- No more Little 1a and Big 1a Football in 2021

    sports postponed

    High School football is going to look entirely different come 2021. After a 2020 season that will present its own challenges and has already been moved to the spring, don’t expect things to get back to our expected norm in the years to come. The Board of Directors voted for a complete overhaul of the […]

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  • NCHSAA: Spectators will be required to wear masks at sporting events

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    The North Carolina High School Athletic Association announced last week some new information regarding health and safety protocols for when NCHSAA sanctioned events finally resume. Once things ramp back up in North Carolina, spectators will be limited to 30% of venue capacity, or 100 people, whichever is less. Seven people per 1,000 Square feet will […]

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  • NCHSAA: Athletes playing indoor sports required to wear masks

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    When you enter a High School gym in North Carolina, things will look a lot different than what you have become accustomed to if you have been to sporting events in Tennessee or Georgia. Not only will the coaches and fans be wearing masks, now the players will be wearing them too. In an email […]

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  • #TeamFYNsports week 5 games of the week

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    Starting this year, #TeamFYNsports will be bringing you their top football games of the week for our local area football teams. Team FYN sports director Jake West and Fannin County Rec. Department Athletic Coordinator Tim Towe will also be giving you their picks to win these games of the week. Last week, Tim Towe went […]

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  • High School stars transferring to Georgia

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    About a month or so ago, the North Carolina High School Athletic Association released their 2020-2021 sports schedule. This new schedule moved football to February and limited sports such as basketball to a 14 game season. It also opened up the door for transfers. This new season put local athletes college futures at risk, as […]

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  • NCHSAA: Spectators will be required to wear masks at sporting events

    sports postponed

    The North Carolina High School Athletic Association announced last week some new information regarding health and safety protocols for when NCHSAA sanctioned events finally resume. Once things ramp back up in North Carolina, spectators will be limited to 30% of venue capacity, or 100 people, whichever is less. Seven people per 1,000 Square feet will […]

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  • NCHSAA releases offseason guidelines

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    Earlier today, the North Carolina High School Athletic Association released guidelines for offseason skill development. These guidelines are eerily similar to and closely follow the previous phase 2 guidelines, while giving a little insight of what coaches can and can not do and expect of their players during the offseason. “Any coach who promotes the […]

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  • NCHSAA Sports Calendar Amended, Football Moved To February

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    The NCHSAA Board of Directors met last night via zoom and were able to come up with an amended calendar for the 2020-2021 season. The decision to amend the 2020-2021 sports calendar was not one that was taken lightly, as the NCHSAA was guided by the NFHS and others in order to make a properly […]

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  • NCHSAA moves into phase 2

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    Phase 2 of the reopening plan will begin on August 3rd. The new phase does not change the number of student athletes who will be allowed to practice in groups, but it does introduce some new equipment. Social distancing will still be enforced, however kids will finally be able to start practicing with balls again. […]

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