Yes, high school football in March is entirely out of the ordinary, but nothing about this pandemic-maligned year has been normal.
New guidance released Friday says all outdoor sports can resume in counties where COVID-19 case rates are at or below 14 people per 100,000.
The program will pause all team activities for two weeks and each of its next five games will not be played as scheduled.
The Pyramid played host to what was either a momentous sporting event or a pretty entertaining nonconference mid-major basketball game.
UCLA claims a positive test by Long Beach State led to the game’s cancelation; Long Beach State strongly disagrees.
Runners can still participate online for a “virtual run” where they will be sent a t-shirt, medal and swag bag if they run the race on their own by submitting a photo or link to a tracking device showing the date and distance ran.
The tournament, put on by the Association of Volleyball Professionals (AVP) will be held July 18-19, July 25-26 and August 1-2—will attract top talent and a national television audience.
Local high schools will continue to play league events only, with no spectators allowed in.
How Long Beach sports are dealing with coronavirus through cancellations, postponements, new rules and more.